Third Grade Communication Arts: Standard 1

Gather, Analyze and Apply Information and Ideas



Created by,
Pam Lowe

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Lowe, Pam, Created 2004


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Introduction

These websites and activities are aligned to the Missouri Third Grade Communication Arts Annotated Frameworks that will be accessible on the MAP.


Standard 1
Standard 2
Standard 3
Standard 4


Knowledge Benchmark Statements

  1. Read, view and evaluate written communications.
  2. Locate and gather information and ideas.
  3. Process, organize and evaluate information and ideas.
  4. Relate literature and other texts to prior experiences.
  5. Analyze and evaluate how language and communications influence and reflect the cultures or eras in which they are created.
  6. Apply information, ideas, processes and skills learned in the study of communication arts to new situations and tasks.


1a:
    •Direct Definition Context Clues
    •More Direct Definition Context Clues
    •Inferential Context Clues
    •Words in Context
    •Figuring Out Tough Words
1b:
    •Logical & Structured Writing
    •Dig It!: Prediction Activity
1d:
    •Real or Make Believe
    •Fact or Fiction
1f:
    •Creative Cause & Effect
    •Cause & Effect Contraption (Organizer)
    •Cause & Effect Inventions
    •So, That's the Reason!
1g:
    •MysteryNets Kids' Mysteries
1i:
    •Serendipitous Similies
    •Personify a Personal Possession
    •Personification Game
2a:
    •Put It Together Questions
    •Multi-Step Questions
2d:
    •Locating Specific Information
2g:
    •Predicting Text Context
2h:
    •Rhyming Dictionary
    •Visual Thesaurus
    •WordCentral
    •InfoPlease Almanac
    •Online Encyclopedia and Reference Guide
3a:
    •Compare & Contrast
    •A Fishy Tale
3c:
    •Class Activities for Cooperative Learning
Students will use techniques to clarify understanding.
3d:
    •Demonstrating Comprehension Through Writing
3e:
    •A Fruit & Vegetable Man
A student tutorial: How To Create a Fruit Salad.
    •Betty Crocker
3g:
    •Squeeze Summarize Activity
3i:
    •It's in the (Chocolate) Chips
    •Candy is Dandy
4b:
    •Demonstrating Comprehension Through Journal Writing
4c:
    •Paul Revere: American Patriot
4d:
    •Pencil Pages
4e:
    •A Lens into the Past
    •Looking for History in Historical Fiction
4f:
    •Sketch to Stretch
4g:
    •Pencil Pages
5a:
    •Myths From Around the World
    •Folktales on the Web
    •Comparing Myths with Legends
    •Story Time
    •Circle of Stories: Honors Native American Storytelling
5b:
    •The Frog Beyond the Fairytale Character
    •Pencil Pages
5c:
    •Packing the Pilgrim's Trunk
    •Author of Historical Fiction: Deborah Hopkinson
5d:
    •Reader's Theatre
5e:
    •Eye on Idioms Game
    •Teaching Idioms
    •Slang: Are You Sure We're All Speaking English?
6a:
    •Unwinding a Circular Plot
    •Plot Structure Graphic Organizer
6d:
    •Performance Assessment for Reading
6e:
    •Flashlight Readers: Book Club
    •Share What You're Reading
    •Write a Book Review
6f:
    •Healthy Readers, Healthy Writers
    •Being a Reading Detective
    •RHL School: Reading Comprehension
6g:
    •Making Cookies
    •Using a Gumball Machine
    •Taking a Picture
    •Making a Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich
6h:
    •Main Idea Practice

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