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I=Formally Introduced
D=Developing
C=Competent, student can independently perform skill 75% of the time
B.  Lifelong Reading Skills
1.Listening, Viewing, and Reading for Comprehension and Enjoyment  K  1  2   3  4  5  6  7   8  9  10  11   12 
  a  Develops personal interests and forms lifetime recreational and informational reading habits I           D           C
  b  Demonstrates reading, listening and viewing skills I           D           C
  c  Recognizes cultural diversity in literature     I         D         C
  d  Recognizes various literary forms              
 (1)ABC Books I         D         C    
 (2)Autobiography         I     D     C    
 (3)Biography   I       D         C    
 (4)Drama       I     D       C    
 (5)Fables I         D         C    
 (6)Fairy Tales I         D         C    
 (7)Folk Tales   I       D         C    
 (8)Folklore   I       D         C    
 (9)Legends   I       D         C    
 (10)Mythology             I   D   C    
 (11)Non-Fiction I         D         C    
 (12)Novel   I       D         C    
 (13)Nursery Rhymes I         D         C    
 (14)Picture Book I         D         C    
 (15)Poetry I         D         C    
 (16)Short Story         I     D     C    
 (17)Wordless Picture Book I         D         C    
  e  Recognizes genres of fiction:              
 (1)Adventure       I   D     C        
 (2)Fantasy     I     D     C        
 (3)Historical Fiction         I   D   C        
 (4)Mystery       I   D     C        
 (5)Realistic Fiction     I     D     C        
 (6)Science Fiction       I   D     C        
  f  Recognizes components of fiction:              
 (1)Beginning/Middle/End I         D         C    
 (2)Cause & Effect   I       D         C    
 (3)Character I         D         C    
 (4)Climax       I     D       C    
 (5)Details   I       D         C    
 (6)Plot/Sequence I         D         C    
 (7)Point of View       I     D       C    
 (8)Setting I         D         C    
 (9)Style       I     D       C    
 (10)Theme/ Main Idea I         D         C    
  g  Differentiates between an author & other contributors to a work: illustrators, editors, publishers, webmasters, etc. I         D         C    
  h  Chooses fiction and non-fiction materials at appropriate interest and reading levels I           D           C
  i  Recognizes the value and guidance provided by literary awards and reviews including              
 (1)Caldecott Award for illustrators     I         D         C
 (2)Newbery Award for authors         I       D       C
 (3)Coretta Scott King Award for multicultural literature         I       D       C
 (4)National Book Award for authors                   I D   C
 (5)Pulitzer Prize for literary genres                   I D   C
 (6)Newspaper and magazine book review columns                   I D   C
  j  Recognizes and appreciates the artistic components of a work and their contribution to:              
 (1)Usefulness and appeal I           D           C
 (2)Illustrative styles     I         D         C
 (3)Type face           I     D       C
 (4)Page or screen layout           I     D       C
2 Listening, Viewing and Reading for Media Literacy              
  a  Recognizes various media forms (Media Literacy)              
 (1)Advertisements--commercials/billboards/posters/print/online           I     D       C
 (2)Audio Recordings I       D         C      
 (3)Cartoons-print/animated           I     D       C
 (4)Internet communication       I     D     C      
 (5)Magazine--print/online     I     D       C      
 (6)Movies/Documentaries I           D           C
 (7)Newspapers-printed/online     I     D       C      
 (8)Radio I           D           C
 (9)Television I           D           C
 (10)Web Pages I           D           C
  b  Compares and contrasts print and non-print versions of an information source I         D           C  
  c  Compares and contrasts print and non-print versions of a piece of literature       I       D         C
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