English- Language Arts


Reading Foundations/Comprehension

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Is it a Complete Sentence, Fragment or a Run-On? Summarizing Predicting Questioning Visualizing Clarifying Summarizing, Predicting, Visualizing, Questioning, and Clarifying Fact Vs. Opinion Compare and Contrast Noting the Difference Between Related Words Match the Quotations and Their Themes Determining the Theme of Short Stories Reading to Comprehend Reading to Understand - Informational Passages Trace an Argument Using Words to Analyze Relationships Between Ideas Analyzing Tone Analyzing Two Arguments Analyzing Word Choice Analyzing Author's Purpose Identifying Argument Development Analyzing Authors Intention and Effect Comparing Similar Genres Determining Connotative and Figurative Meanings Determining Implicit Relationships Between Ideas Analyzing the Development of Ideas Differentiation of Author's Perspective Identifying Implied Main Ideas Identifying Supporting Evidence Evaluating Impact of Genre and Format Help to Infer Relationships Between Events, People, and Ideas Help to Infer Author's Purpose Evaluating Logic and Hidden Assumptions Determining the Main Idea Analyzing Details in Complex Texts Sequence of Events Evaluating Relevance and Sufficiency Identifying and Summarizing Details Identifying Supporting Evidence Identifying Supporting Details Identifying Theme Evaluating Similar Topics in Different Formats Evaluating Validity and Reasoning Analyzing Purpose and Structure Analyzing Structure and Key Ideas Reading for Comprehension Author's Purpose Elements of a Story Analyzing Motives Analyzing Issues Analyzing Bias
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Figurative Language

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Semicolons, Colons and Commas

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Apostrophes, Dashes, Ellipses, and Hyphens

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Synonyms and Antonyms

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Speaking & Listening: Comprehension & Collaboration

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