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English Language-Arts Standards

I Can Statement

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Literature | RL.4.1

Literature | RL.4.2

Literature | RL.4.3

I can explain a story by referring to details and examples in the text. I can summarize a fiction text in my own words. I can use specific details in fiction text to help me describe a character, setting or event in the story.

Literature | RL.4.2

I can figure out the theme of a fiction text by thinking about the details in the text.

Literature | RL.4.3

I can use specific details in fiction text to help me describe a character, setting or event in the story.

Literature | RL.4.4

I can figure out the meanings of words and phrases an author uses.

Literature | RL.4.6

I can tell the difference between first- and third-person narrators.

Informational Text | RI.4.1

Informational Text | RI.4.2

I can explain what informational text teaches me by referring to details and examples from the text. I can draw inferences from informational texts by referring to details and examples from the text. I can figure out the main idea in informational texts. I can explain how the main idea in informational texts is supported by the details in the text. I can use my own words to summarize informational texts I have read.

Informational Text | RI.4.3

I can read about and explain historical events and tell why they happened using information that was given in the text.

Informational Text | RI.4.8

I can explain how an author uses reasons and evidence to support particular points in informational texts.

Informational Text | RI.4.9

I can use information from two different informational texts on the same topic to help me write or speak with knowledge about the topic

Writing | W.4.1

Writing | W.4.1.A

Writing | W.4.1.B

Writing | W.4.1.C

Writing | W.4.1.D

Writing | W.4.4

I can write to share my opinion on topics or texts and provide reasons and information to support that opinion. I can write my opinion in an organized way that introduces my topic clearly, states my opinion, and groups related ideas together. I can give reasons that are supported by facts and details when writing my opinion. I can connect my opinion and reasons using words and phrases (e.g., for instance, in order to, in addition). I can write a conclusion (ending) that is related to the opinion I present. I can produce clear and organized writing. I can produce writing that is appropriate for my purpose, audience and task.

Writing | W.4.2

Writing | W.4.2.A

Writing | W.4.2.B

Writing | W.4.2.C

Writing | W.4.2.D

Writing | W.4.2.E

I can write to inform/explain topics or ideas to others clearly. I can write an informative text that introduces my topic and then groups related information together in paragraphs or sections. I can include special formatting (e.g., headings), illustrations and multimedia in my writing to help others understand my topic better. I can develop a topic using facts, definitions, details, quotations or other information and examples. I can connect related ideas using words and phrases (e.g., another, for example, also, because). I can use precise wording and specific vocabulary to teach others about a topic. I can write a conclusion (ending) that is related to the information or explanation I present.

Writing | W.4.8

I can recall what I have learned or find new information from books or technology to help me with my research.

Writing | W.4.9.B

I can apply all that I have learned in 4th grade reading to writing informational texts.

Speaking/Listening | SL.4.1

Speaking/Listening | SL.4.2

Speaking/Listening | SL.4.3

Speaking/Listening | SL.4.4

Speaking/Listening | SL.4.6

I can effectively participate in different types of discussions and with different people. I can build on others' ideas and express my own ideas clearly. I can use what I know and what I have read to explore new ideas about a topic during a discussion. I can follow agreed-upon rules for discussion and carry out my assigned role. I can ask and answer questions to help me understand discussions, stay on topic and that contribute to others' ideas and remarks. I can think about what is discussed and explain any new thinking that I have. I can paraphrase text that is read aloud or information that is presented to me. I can identify the reasons or evidence that a speaker gives to support his/her points. I can report on a topic or tell a story with correct and appropriate facts and details to support my main idea. I can speak clearly and at an appropriate pace when I give a report or share a story or experience.  I can figure out when to use formal English and when it is appropriate to use informal English.

Speaking/Listening | SL.4.1.A

Speaking/Listening | SL.4.5

I can come to discussions prepared to share my ideas because I have read or studied the required material. I can create engaging audio recordings or visual displays to help me better explain a main idea or theme when necessary.

Science Standards

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Life Science | 4-LS1-1

I can explain how the internal and external structures of plants help them survive, grow, act in certain ways, and reproduce. I can explain how the internal and external structures of animals help them survive, grow, act in certain ways, and reproduce.

Life Science | 4-LS1-2

I can use a model to tell you about the ways that animals receive different types of information through their senses. I can use a model to show that animals use their brain to process information. I can use a model to show that animals respond to information in different ways.

Earth Science | 4-ESS2-1

I can discuss the ways that water, ice, wind, or plant life can change the Earth's surface. I can make observations and measurements that show weather and/or erosion are taking place.

Earth Science | 4-ESS2-2

I can use information found on maps to discover patterns on Earth's surface.

Earth Science | 4-ESS3-2

I can come up with solutions to problems that some natural Earth processes, like earthquakes, volcanoes, or floods, can cause for humans.

3-5 ETS1-2

I can evaluate possible solutions to a problem when presented with more than one solution. I can discuss which solution would work best and tell you why.

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