Third Grade Communication Arts: Standard 2

Communicate Effectively Within and Beyond the Classroom



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 and benchmarks that will be accessible on the MAP.


Standard 1
Standard 2
Standard 3
Standard 4



Standard 2: Knowledge Benchmark Statements

  1. Write About & Visually Represent Written & Visual Communications
  2. Create print and nonprint communications to demonstrate understanding of information and ideas.
  3. Create print and nonprint communications for various audiences and for a variety of purposes.
  4. Create print and nonprint communications to publish or formally present information and ideas.
  5. Demonstrate proficiency in writing standard English.



1a
    •Applying Question: Answer Relationships to Picture
    •Comics in the Classroom
    •Learn Universal Picture Language
    •Picture Collection
    •Thumbnail
1c
    •Creating a Wall Story
    •Doodle Splash
Students keep a doodle journal while reading with an online doodle tool.
    •Literacy Graffiti
Online Interactive Tool
1d
    •Cosmic Oranges Activity: Observation and Inquiry Through Descriptive Writing and Art
1f
    •What's the Main Idea?
    •What's the Big Idea? : Game
    •Read to Identify Main Idea & Supporting Ideas
1g
    •Test Tutor
    •Understanding Story Elements
    •Literacy Elements Map
    •Plot Diagram
1h
    •Communicate information by writing a friendly letter or a persuasive letter
    •Know how to express a personal response to literature in writing
1i
    •Response Journal Form for Prediction
    •Starfall
    •Making Predictions
Interactive
1j
    •Teaching with Twin Texts of Fact and Fiction
    •Rudyard Kipling's "Riki-Tiki-Tavi": Mixing Fact and Fiction
2c
    •Plot Diagram
    •3 Circle Venn Diagram
Interactive
    •Draw a Math Story: From the Concrete to the Symbolic
    •How A Book Is Made
Take the activity one step further by having students create their own pop-ups and stories.
2g
    •Understanding Supporting Details
    •Identify Main Idea & Supporting Details
    •Write a Main Idea and Support It With Facts
2h
    •Dearest Ant :Module
Culminating activity to go along with Chris Van Allsburg's book, "Two Bad Ants."
    •Let's Use Our Language
    •Beach Ball Vocabulary
    •Vocabulary Building Activity
    •Dictionary Game: Balderdash
2i
    •Direct Quotation Activities
    •Indicating Diaglogue
3c
    •Develop An Advertisement
    •Books vs. Movies
Students make a comparison chart to compare the book, "Sounder" to the movie.
    •I'm A Seed
    •Jumanji: A Habitat Adventure
Students compare and contrast using a venn diagram and then create their game based on a habitat.
    •Creative Writing With Newspapers
    •Picture Prompts
3d
    •A Story For All Time
    •Pigs Tale Fairy Tale Unit
    •Fables
    •Fairy Tales
    •Fairy Tale Journey
4a
    •Writing Realistic Fiction
    •Parts of a Story Activities
    •Story Creation Magic: Character, Setting, Plot
    •Story Pops
4b
    •Details in Sentences
    •Newspaper Headings
4c
    •Writing in Chronological Order
    •Explain in Chronological Order
4e
    •Graphic Organizers
    •I Can Write; I'm an Author!
Students write using graphic organizers.
4f
    •Friendship
    •Watermelon
4h
    •Proofreading/Editing
    •Power Proofreading
Interactive Game
    •Edit Dan's Copy
Interactive Game
    •Daily Edit
6c
    •Sentence Rummy
    •Grammar Central
    •Definitions of Basic Sentence Parts
    •Details in Sentences
6f
    •Daily Grammar
    •Clean Up Your Grammar
Interactive Game
6i
    •Nursery Rhyme Expansion
    •Determine Writing Audience
    •Determine Writing Audience Practice
    •Audience Quiz

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