2.2.1 Identify pre-reading strategies that aid comprehension, such as accessing prior knowledge, predicting, previewing, and setting a purpose.
2.2.2 Identify self-correcting strategies, such as self-questioning and rereading.
4.2.6 Read and follow simple directions to perform a task.
6.2.1 Generate possible ideas for future writing by recalling experiences, talking, drawing, and hearing stories.
6.2.2 Organize ideas through activities such as listing and clustering.
6.2.3 Write stories or other compositions.
7.2.2 Identify complete and incomplete sentences in writing.
8.2.4 Follow two-step oral directions to complete a task.
11.2.1 Formulate questions to explore areas of interest.
2.2.3 Formulate the main idea of the text while reading.
2.2.4 Retell the main idea of text.
5.2.2 Write friendly letters.
5.2.4 Write responses to literature.
6.2.7 Share writing with others and listen to other responses.
6.2.4 Capitalize proper nouns and initials.
7.2.6 Create readable compositions that are legible.
8.2.1 Determine the purpose(s) for listening, such as to obtain information, to solve problems, or enjoyment.
9.2.1 Select and use specific vocabulary to communicate ideas.
9.2.2 Speak clearly at an understandable pace.
9.2.3 Make oral presentations that maintain a clear focus.
9.2.5 Give clear directions to complete a simple task.
10.2.1 Demonstrate turn-taking and attentiveness in conversations and group discussions.