I Can Posters: L.A. Learning Targets for Reading Literature: First Grade

I Can Posters: L.A. Learning Targets for Reading Literature: First Grade
I Can Posters: L.A. Learning Targets for Reading Literature: First Grade
I Can Posters: L.A. Learning Targets for Reading Literature: First Grade
I Can Posters: L.A. Learning Targets for Reading Literature: First Grade
I Can Posters: L.A. Learning Targets for Reading Literature: First Grade
I Can Posters: L.A. Learning Targets for Reading Literature: First Grade
I Can Posters: L.A. Learning Targets for Reading Literature: First Grade
I Can Posters: L.A. Learning Targets for Reading Literature: First Grade
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(9 MB|18 pages)
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This packet includes the following:

Posters:
I can ask questions about important details in a text
I can answer questions about important details in a text.
I can retell a story and include important details.
I can tell the central message of a story.
I can use details to describe characters from a story.
I can use details to describe the setting of a story.
I can use details to describe the major events in a story.
I can identify words or phrases in a text that relate to my senses and feelings.
I can explain differences between fiction and nonfiction text.
I can identify who is telling a story.
I can use illustrations to describe a story’s characters.
I can use illustrations to describe a story’s setting.
I can use illustrations to describe a story’s main events.
I can compare and contrast the adventures of familiar characters in different stories.
I can read first grade stories and poems.
* extra: I can use details to describe characters, setting, and events in a story *


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With prompting and support, read prose and poetry of appropriate complexity for grade 1.
Compare and contrast the adventures and experiences of characters in stories.
Use illustrations and details in a story to describe its characters, setting, or events.
Identify who is telling the story at various points in a text.
Explain major differences between books that tell stories and books that give information, drawing on a wide reading of a range of text types.
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18 pages
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