•  Communication Arts

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    Course Information
    Units of Study by Marking Period

    First Marking Period


    Comprehension
    • Predict/Infer
    • Question
    • Monitor/Clarify
    • Evaluate
    • Summarize
    • Categorize and Classify
    • Text Organization
    • Sequence of Events
    • Fact and Opinion
    • Story Structure
    Phonics/Word Study
    • Short Vowels
    • Long Vowels
    • Compound Words
    • /ou/, au/, /oi/ sounds
    • Base Words
    • Word Roots struct and rupt
    • Silent Consonants
    • Roots spec/t and opt
    Second Marking Period

    Comprehension
    • Predict/Infer
    • Question
    • Monitor/Clarify
    • Evaluate
    • Summarize
    • Predicting Outcomes
    • Topic, Main Idea, and Supporting Details
    • Author's Viewpoint
    • Cause/Effect
    • Following Directions
    Phonics/Word Study
    • R Controlled Vowels
    • VCCV and VCV patterns
    • Final /l/ and /el/ sounds
    • Suffixes -ward, -ous, ive, ic
    • Possessives
    • Contractions
    • Syllabication
    • Final Digraphs
    • Prefixes sub- and sur-
    Third Marking Period
    • Comprehension
    • Predict/Infer
    • Question
    • Monitor/Clarify
    • Evaluate
    • Summarize
    • Problem Solving and Decision Making
    • Noting Details
    • Making Generalizations
    • Making Inferences
    • Drawing Conclusions
    • Propaganda
    Phonics/Word Study
    • VCCCV Pattern
    • VV Pattern
    • Words with -ed and -ing Endings
    • Suffixes -ly, -ness, -ment, -ful, -less, ion
    • Prefixes un-, dis-, in-, re-
    • /s/ and /z/ sounds
    • FInal /ij/, /iv/, /is/ Sounds
    • Less Common Spellings of long /e/
    • Consonant Clusters
    • Double Consonants
    Fourth Marking Period



    Instructional Resources
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