Third Grade ELA GLE's

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Third Grade 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.
Third Grade 1 Writing Writers will produce texts that exhibit the following language conventions at all grade levels: sentence formation, conventions.
Third Grade 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.
Third Grade 1 Writing Students understand that writing has an intended audience. In order to begin to meet the needs of that audience, students write in a manner that makes sense to the reader
Third Grade 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, student in another school/grade, principal, community member)
Third Grade 1 Writing Conventions: Use Standard Written English (SWE) as appropriate for the audience:Use commas in letter headings/greetings/closings,in addresses, in compound sentences, and items in a series
Third Grade 1 Writing Conventions: Use Standard Written English (SWE) as appropriate for the audience:Use standard spellings of common 3rd grade words (including grade-appropriate homographs and homonyms) and Word Wall words
Third Grade 1 Writing Conventions: Use Standard Written English (SWE) as appropriate for the audience:Use paragraphs to transition between ideas when appropriate
Third Grade 1 Writing Conventions: Use Standard Written English (SWE) as appropriate for the audience:Uses capital letters to indicate beginning of sentences, proper nouns, the pronoun "I", and abbreviations
Third Grade 1 Writing Conventions: Use Standard Written English (SWE) as appropriate for the audience:Use periods, questions marks, and exclamation marks

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