All ELA GLE's

grade standard_num standard_topic ELAGLE_text
Kindergarten 1 Writing Students understand that informative writing is subject-centered: the purpose is to help the reader understand the subject or topic by describing the subject and explaining the details related to the subject so that the reader has a clear and complete understanding of the message.
Kindergarten 1 Writing Development-Informative Writing: Select an interesting subject for writing
Kindergarten 1 Writing Writers will produce texts that exhibit the following text features, all of which are consistent with the genre and purpose of the writing: development, organization, style, and word choice.
Kindergarten 1 Writing Writers will produce texts that exhibit the following language conventions at all grade levels: sentence formation, conventions.
Kindergarten 1 Writing Writers will produce examples that illustrate the following discourse classifications: by the completion of the grade, writers will be able to write persuasive, informative, and expressive.
Kindergarten 1 Writing Students understand that writing has an intended audience. In order to begin to meet the needs of that audience, students write to audiences that are familiar (e.g., self, classmate, parent, sibling, teacher)
Kindergarten 1 Writing Students understand that informative writing is subject-centered: the purpose is to help the reader understand the subject or topic by describing the subject and explaining the details related to the subject so that the reader has a clear and complete understanding of the message.
Kindergarten 1 Writing Students understand that expressive writing is author-centered: the purpose is to entertain the audience/reader by narrating a personal experience with an established sequence of events OR help the reader know about the writer by expressing the writer?s feelings about events and their significance
Kindergarten 1 Writing Students understand that persuasive writing is audience-centered: the purpose is to influence/convince the audience/reader by presenting and supporting a position on a particular issue/perspective.
Kindergarten 1 Writing Form-Persuasive: Students self-select appropriate forms and/or respond to assignments for a variety of occasions. Appropriate forms include, but are not limited to FRIENDLY LETTERS.
Kindergarten 1 Writing Form-Informative: Students self-select appropriate forms and/or respond to assignments for a variety of occasions. Appropriate forms include, but are not limited to SIMPLE BOOK REPORTS
Kindergarten 1 Writing Form-Informative: Students self-select appropriate forms and/or respond to assignments for a variety of occasions. Appropriate forms include, but are not limited to FRIENDLY LETTERS AND NOTES
Kindergarten 1 Writing Form-Expressive: Students self-select appropriate forms and/or respond to assignments for a variety of occasions. Appropriate forms include, but are not limited to JOURNAL ENTRIES
Kindergarten 1 Writing Form-Expressive: Students self-select appropriate forms and/or respond to assignments for a variety of occasions. Appropriate forms include, but are not limited to 'ALL ABOUT ME' STORIES
Kindergarten 1 Writing Development-Persuasive Writing: Support the idea with an example and/or fact
Kindergarten 1 Writing Development-Persuasive Writing: Agree or disagree with an easily undersood issue
Kindergarten 1 Writing Development-Informative Writing: Choose a title, when appropriate
Kindergarten 1 Writing Development-Informative Writing: Give details about the subject
Kindergarten 1 Writing Read stories and relate characters' experiences to shape own decisions by asking questions: "I felt like that character when I?", If that happened to me, "I would?", "I can relate to that character because one time?"
Kindergarten 2 Constructing Meaning Listen to different interpretations of the same reading and consider how these opinions were formed through classroom discussion

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