2.4.3 Apply strategies of summarizing and drawing conclusions.
1.5.4 Use dictionaries and glossaries.
2.5.3 Identify main ideas, fact and opinion or cause and effect, summarize, and draw conclusions.
3.5.1 Identify the main problem or conflict and explain how it is resolved.
3.5.2 Make inferences about characters’ traits; predict conflicts and resolutions.
4.5.2 Discern main idea and supporting evidence.
4.5.6, 9.5.5 Read, follow, and give multi-step directions in order to complete tasks.
10.5.2 Ask and answer questions to clarify or extend ideas.
11.5.1 Formulate research questions and establish a focus and purpose for inquiry.
11.5.2 Select information from multiple resources to answer questions.
11.5.4 Record information using given note-taking and organizational formats.
3.5.4 Compare stated and implied themes in a variety of works.
4.5.1 Use knowledge of format, graphics, sequence, diagrams, and charts
4.5.3 Read to evaluate new information and hypotheses by comparing them to unknown information and ideas. Interpret information in new context.
5.5.1 Write informative papers that develop a clear topic with supporting details.
5.5.4 Write responses to literature that support judgments with text examples.
5.5.5 Write summaries of oral and written stories.
5.5.6 Write short essays; speculate on cause/effect or offer persuasive evidence.
6.5.3 Write paragraphs and essays with main ideas, supporting details and state a conclusion.
9.5.3 Give organized reports that demonstrate a clear point of view.
10.5.1 Participate in conversations and group discussions as a contributor and leader.