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Georgia Common Core Reading Standards
Literacy Work Stations
Fourth Grade Reading Literary RL
ELAGSE4RL1 Explicit / Inferential Details and Examples In The Text
ELAGSE4RL2 Determine Theme; Summarize
ELAGSE4RL3 Describe Character, Setting, Events with Specific Details
ELAGSE4RL4 Meaning of Words and Phrases
ELAGSE4RL5 Differences and Structural Elements of Poems, Drama, and Prose
ELAGSE4RL6 Point of View
ELAGSE4RL7 Making Connections Between Text and Visual or Oral Presentations
ELAGSE4RL10 Range of Reading
ELAGSE4RL9 Compare and Contrast Themes, Topics and Patterns in Literature
Fourth Grade Reading Informational RI
ELAGSE4RI1 Refer to Details and Examples in Text Explicit and Inferences
ELAGSE4RI2 Main Idea, Details, Summarize
ELAGSE4RI3 Historical, Scientific and Technical Text
ELAGSE4RI4 Academic Language
ELAGSE4RI5 Text Structure
ELAGSE4RI6 Firsthand and Secondhand Accounts of the Same Topic
ELAGSE4RI7 Text Features
ELAGSE4RI8 Reasons and Evidence to Support Points in a Text
ELAGSE4RI9 Integrate Information from 2 Texts on the Same Topic
Homeroom Class Blog: Let's Talk...
How to Find a Just Right Book
How To Answer Open-Ended Questions
Fountas and Pinnell Reading Chart
QAR Question - Answer Relationship
For Constructed Response Questions Use R.A.C.E.
Georgia Standards of Excellence ELA Standards
Whats Happening This Week in Grammar!
Common and Proper Nouns
Singular and Plural Nouns
State of Being Verbs
Subjects and Predicates
Words Their Way
What's Happening This Week!
Multiple Meaning Words
Roots and Affixes (Prefixes and Suffixes)
Greek and Latin Prefixes, Suffixes, and Roots
Similies and Metaphors
Idioms, Adages and Proverbs
Synonyms and Antonyms
Common Core Writing Standards
What's Happening this Week in Class!
Information Let's Write a Book
Social Studies Webquests
Part 2 Westward Expansion 1824-1850
Industrial Revolution 1790-1837
Immigrants and Reformers 1840-1848
Battles of the Civil War
Assignment Notebook: The Agenda
Wilson Creek CATS LAB
* Never use your first and last name.
* Make sure you respond to the whole prompt.
* Respond using complete sentences...4-6 sentences.
* Check your spelling and grammar!
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