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Academic Alignment Authority: Michigan

Subject Matter / Course: Language Arts

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Michigan
Language Arts
Rookie, The
3
Ages: 5, 6, 7, 8
Read and write with developing fluency, speak confidently, listen and interact appropriately, view strategically, and represent creatively. Examples include sharing texts in groups and using an author’s/reader’s chair.
Michigan
Language Arts
Rookie, The
5
Ages: 5, 6, 7, 8
Employ strategies to construct meaning while reading, listening to, viewing, or creating texts. Examples include retelling, predicting, generating questions, examining picture cues, discussing with peers, using context clues, and creating mental pictures.
Michigan
Language Arts
Rookie, The
1
Ages: 5, 6, 7, 8
Use a combination of strategies when encountering unfamiliar texts while constructing meaning. Examples include retelling, predicting, generating questions, examining picture cues, analyzing phonetically, discussing with peers, and using text cues.
Michigan
Language Arts
Rookie, The
5
Ages: 5, 6, 7, 8
Explore how the characteristics of various oral, visual, and written texts (e.g., videos, CD-ROM stories, books on tape, and trade books) and the textual aids they employ (e.g., illustrations, tables of contents, and headings/titles) are used to convey meaning.
Michigan
Language Arts
Rookie, The
1
Ages: 9, 10
Use reading for multiple purposes, such as enjoyment, gathering information, learning new procedures, and increasing conceptual understanding.
Michigan
Language Arts
Rookie, The
2
Ages: 9, 10
Read with developing fluency a variety of texts, such as short stories, novels, poetry, textbooks, menus, periodicals, and reference materials.
Michigan
Language Arts
Rookie, The
3
Ages: 9, 10
Employ multiple strategies to construct meaning, including the use of sentence structure, vocabulary skills, context clues, text structure, mapping, predicting, retelling, and generating questions.
Michigan
Language Arts
Rookie, The
3
Ages: 9, 10
Read and write fluently, speak confidently, listen and interact appropriately, view knowledgeably, and represent creatively. Examples include exploring ideas in a group, interviewing family and friends, and explaining ideas represented in pictures.
Michigan
Language Arts
Rookie, The
5
Ages: 9, 10
Employ multiple strategies to construct meaning while reading, listening to, viewing, or creating texts. Examples include summarizing, predicting, generating questions, mapping, examining picture cues, analyzing word structure and sentence structure, discussing with peers, and using context and text structure.
Michigan
Language Arts
Rookie, The
1
Ages: 9, 10
Use a combination of strategies when encountering unfamiliar texts while constructing meaning. Examples include retelling, predicting, generating questions, mapping, examining picture cues, analyzing word structure, discussing with peers, analyzing phonetically, and using context and text structure.
Michigan
Language Arts
Rookie, The
2
Ages: 9, 10
Monitor their progress while using a variety of strategies to overcome difficulties when constructing and conveying meaning.
Michigan
Language Arts
Rookie, The
2
Ages: 11, 12, 13
Read with developing fluency a variety of texts, such as short stories, novels, poetry, plays, textbooks, manuals, and periodicals.
Michigan
Language Arts
Rookie, The
3
Ages: 11, 12, 13
Employ multiple strategies to construct meaning, such as generating questions, studying vocabulary, analyzing mood and tone, recognizing how authors use information, generalizing ideas, matching form to content, and developing reference skills.
Michigan
Language Arts
Rookie, The
3
Ages: 11, 12, 13
Read and write fluently, speak confidently, listen and interact appropriately, view critically, and represent creatively. Examples include reporting formally to an audience, debating issues, and interviewing members of the public.
Michigan
Language Arts
Rookie, The
5
Ages: 11, 12, 13
Select appropriate strategies to construct meaning while reading, listening to, viewing, or creating texts. Examples include generating relevant questions, studying vocabulary, analyzing mood and tone, recognizing how authors and speakers use information, and matching form to content.
Michigan
Language Arts
Rookie, The
1
Ages: 11, 12, 13
Use a combination of strategies when encountering unfamiliar texts while constructing meaning. Examples include generating questions, studying vocabulary, analyzing mood and tone, recognizing how creators of text use and represent information, and matching form to content.
Michigan
Language Arts
Rookie, The
2
Ages: 11, 12, 13
Monitor their progress while using a variety of strategies to overcome difficulties when constructing and conveying meaning, and develop strategies to deal with new communication needs.
Michigan
Language Arts
Rookie, The
2
Ages: 14, 15, 16, 17
Read with developing fluency a variety of texts, such as novels, poetry, drama, essays, research texts, technical manuals, and documents.
Michigan
Language Arts
Rookie, The
3
Ages: 14, 15, 16, 17
Selectively employ the most effective strategies to construct meaning, such as generating questions, scanning, analyzing, and evaluating for specific information related to a research question, and deciding how to represent content through summarizing, clustering, and mapping.
Michigan
Language Arts
Rookie, The
3
Ages: 14, 15, 16, 17
Read and write fluently, speak confidently, listen and interact appropriately, view critically, and represent creatively. Examples include speaking publicly, demonstrating teamwork skills, debating formally, performing literature, and interviewing for employment.
Michigan
Language Arts
Rookie, The
5
Ages: 14, 15, 16, 17
Employ the most effective strategies to construct meaning while reading, listening to, viewing, or creating texts. Examples include generating focus questions; deciding how to represent content through analyzing, clustering, and mapping; and withholding personal bias while listening.
Michigan
Language Arts
Rookie, The
1
Ages: 14, 15, 16, 17
Use a combination of strategies when encountering unfamiliar texts while constructing meaning. Examples include generating questions; scanning for specific information related to research questions; analyzing tone and voice; and representing content through summarizing, clustering, and mapping.
Michigan
Language Arts
Rookie, The
R.MT.03.01
Ages: 8
self-monitor comprehension when reading or listening to texts by automatically applying strategies used by mature readers to increase comprehension including: predicting, constructing mental images, visually representing ideas in text, questioning, rereading or listening again if uncertain about meaning, inferring, and summarizing.
Michigan
Language Arts
Rookie, The
R.WS.04.06
Ages: 9
fluently read beginning grade-level text and increasingly demanding text as the year proceeds.
Michigan
Language Arts
Rookie, The
R.MT.04.01
Ages: 9
self-monitor comprehension when reading or listening to text by automatically applying and discussing the strategies used by mature readers to increase comprehension including: predicting, constructing mental images, visually representing ideas in text, questioning, rereading or listening again if uncertain about meaning, inferring, summarizing, and engaging in interpretive discussions.
Michigan
Language Arts
Rookie, The
R.WS.05.06
Ages: 10
fluently read beginning grade-level text and increasingly demanding text as the year proceeds.
Michigan
Language Arts
Rookie, The
R.MT.05.01
Ages: 10
self-monitor comprehension when reading or listening to text by automatically applying and discussing the strategies used by mature readers to increase comprehension including: predicting, constructing mental images, visually representing ideas in text, questioning, rereading or listening again if uncertain about meaning, inferring, summarizing, and engaging in interpretive discussions.
Michigan
Language Arts
Rookie, The
R.WS.06.06
Ages: 11
fluently read beginning grade-level text and increasingly demanding texts as the year proceeds.
Michigan
Language Arts
Rookie, The
R.MT.06.01
Ages: 11
self-monitor comprehension when reading or listening to text by automatically applying and discussing the strategies used by mature readers to increase comprehension including: predicting, constructing mental images, visually representing ideas in text, questioning, rereading or listening again if uncertain about meaning, inferring, summarizing, and engaging in interpretive discussions.
Michigan
Language Arts
Rookie, The
R.WS.07.06
Ages: 12
fluently read beginning grade-level text and increasingly demanding texts as the year proceeds.
Michigan
Language Arts
Rookie, The
R.MT.07.01
Ages: 12
self-monitor comprehension when reading or listening to text by automatically applying and discussing the strategies used by mature readers to increase comprehension including: predicting, constructing mental images, visually representing ideas in text, questioning, rereading or listening again if uncertain about meaning, inferring, summarizing, and engaging in interpretive discussions.
Michigan
Language Arts
Rookie, The
R.WS.08.06
Ages: 13
fluently read beginning grade-level text and increasingly demanding texts as the year proceeds.
Michigan
Language Arts
Rookie, The
R.MT.08.01
Ages: 13
self-monitor comprehension when reading or listening to text by automatically applying and discussing the strategies used by mature readers to increase comprehension including: predicting, constructing mental images, visually representing ideas in text, questioning, rereading or listening again if uncertain about meaning, inferring, summarizing, and engaging in interpretive discussions.
Michigan
Language Arts
Rookie, The
CE 3.2.1
Ages: 14, 15, 16, 17
Recognize a variety of literary genres and forms (e.g., poetry, drama, novels, short stories, autobiographies, biographies, multi-genre texts, satire, parody, allegory) and demonstrate an understanding of the way in which genre and form influence meaning.

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