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LA-3-B.1. The student uses a variety of strategies to prepare for writing (for example, making lists, mapping ideas, rehearsing ideas, grouping related ideas, creating story webs).
LA-3-B.3. The student uses an organizational pattern having a beginning, middle, and end (including but not limited to organizing ideas sequentially or around major points of information).
LA-3-B.4. The student uses supporting ideas and specific information that clearly relate to the focus.
LA-3-B.5. The student uses an effective organizational pattern and substantial support to achieve a sense of completeness or wholeness.
LA-3-B.6. The student understands the purpose of a first draft (for example, to get ideas on paper).
LA-3-B.7. The student uses effective sentence variety.
LA-3-B.8. The student generally follows the conventions of punctuation, capitalization, and spelling appropriate at third-grade or higher level .
LA-3-B.9. The student revises draft to further develop a piece of writing by adding, deleting, and rearranging ideas and details.
LA-3-B.11. The student uses conventions of punctuation (including but not limited to, commas in a series, dates, and addresses; quotation marks to indicate dialogue; apostrophes to indicate singular possession; periods in abbreviations).
LA-3-B.15. The student uses creative writing strategies appropriate to the format (for example, using appropriate voice; using descriptive language to clarify ideas and create vivid images; using elements of style, such as appropriate tone).
LA-3-B.20. The student establishs a simple, single story focus on a topic through the use of suspense, humor, creativity or fantasy.
LA-3-B.25. The student uses simple transitions to move the narrative story forward in time.
C Listening, Speaking, Viewing
LA-3-C.4. The student interacts with peers in a variety of situations to develop and present familiar ideas (for example, group activities, peer conferences, literature groups).
LA-3-C.9. The student uses strategies to speak clearly (for example, appropriate rate, volume, pitch).
LA-3-C.12. The student uses eye contact and gestures that engage the audience.

Pinellas County Schools Technology Standards
Strand 3 Technology Productivity Tools
Standard 7 Students use productivity tools to collaborate in constructing technology-enhanced models, preparing publications, and producing other creative works.
3.7.1. Use technology resources for producing grade appropriate products (e.g. graphs, illustrated story).
Strand 4 Technology Communication Tools
Standard 9 Students use a variety of media and formats to communicate information and ideas effectively to multiple audiences.
4.9.2. Use age appropriate software to create classroom/school presentations. (e.g. slide shows, video, webpage)
4.9.3. Incorporate sound, video, and graphics in class/school presentations.