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- Reading: Students will expand and apply knowledge of grammar, usage, mechanics, and style to comprehend, analyze, and/or evaluate a variety of texts.
- 4.5.R.1 Students will recognize simple and compound sentences.
- 4.5.R.2 Students will recognize parts of speech in sentences:
- 4.5.R.2.a irregular possessive nouns (e.g., children’s)
- 4.5.R.2.b irregular and past participle verbs and verb tense to identify settings, times, and sequences
- 4.5.R.2.c subject and verb agreement
- 4.5.R.2.d comparative and superlative adjectives
- 4.5.R.2.e prepositional phrases
- 4.5.R.2.f possessive pronouns and the nouns they replace (i.e., antecedents)
- 4.5.R.2.g coordinating conjunctions
- 4.5.R.2.h comparative and superlative adverbs
- 4.5.R.2.f interjections
- Writing: Students will expand and apply knowledge of grammar, usage, mechanics, and style to speak and write effectively, demonstrating standard usage when appropriate.
- 4.5.W.1 Students will compose simple and compound declarative, interrogative, imperative, and exclamatory sentences, avoiding and correcting fragments.
- 4.5.W.2 Students will use nouns, verbs, adjectives, prepositions, and adverbs to add clarity and variety to their writing.
- 4.5.W.3 Students will recognize and correct errors in subject and verb agreement.
- 4.5.W.4 Students will capitalize familial relations, proper adjectives, conventions of letter writing, and the first letter of a quotation.
- 4.5.W.5 Students will use periods with declarative and imperative sentences, question marks with interrogative sentences, and exclamation points with exclamatory sentences.
- 4.5.W.6 Students will use apostrophes to show possession of singular and plural nouns and recognize and remove apostrophes used to form plurals.
- 4.5.W.7 Students will use commas in greetings and closings in letters and emails, to separate individual words in a series, and to indicate dialogue.
- 4.5.W.8 Students will use a colon to introduce a list (e.g., Deb only needed three things from the grocery store: milk, eggs, and bread.).
- 4.5.W.9 Students will use quotation marks to indicate dialogue, quoted material, and titles of works.
- 4.5.W.10 Students will use underlining or italics to indicate titles of works.