4th Grade SBQ 2018-2019 New and Improved
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ELASC-CCRQ1Q2Q3Q4Standard DescriptionParent Friendly StandardEssentials Rating
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Reading: Literary Texts4-RL.5.1xXAsk and answer inferential questions to analyze meaning beyond the text; refer to details and examples within a text to support inferences and conclusions.I can ask and answer questions about the text by referring to details and examples in the text. 3
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4-RL.6.1xXDetermine the development of a theme within a text; summarize using key details.I can determine a theme of a text, and summarize using details. 2
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4-RL.7.1xExplore similarities and differences among textual, dramatic, visual, or oral presentations.I can determine similarities and differences between text, dramatic, visual, and oral presentations. 1
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4-RL.7.2xCompare and contrast the treatment of similar themes, topics, and patterns of events in texts and diverse media.I can compare and contrast similar themes and topics and patterns of events in texts and diverse media. 2
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4-RL.8.1a,bxUse text evidence to:
a. explain how conflicts cause the characters to change or revise plans while moving toward resolution.
b. explain the influence of cultural, historical, and social context on characters, setting, and plot development.
I can explain how conflict causes characters to change during a story. I can explain how cultures, history, and social contexts, influence story elements.3
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4-RL.9.1x Identify and explain how the author uses imagery, hyperbole, adages, or proverbs to shape meaning and tone.I can recognize and explain the meaning of imagery, hyperbole, adages, or proverbs.2
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4-RL.9.2xExplain how the author’s choice of words, illustrations, and conventions combine to create mood, contribute to meaning, and emphasize aspects of a character or setting.I can explain how the author uses different elements to create mood, contribute to the meaning, and emphasize aspects of a character or setting. 2
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4-RL.11.1XCompare and contrast first and third person points of view; determine how an author’s choice of point of view influences the content and meaning.I can compare and contrast the point of view from which different stories are narrated (1st and 3rd person). 2
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4-RL.12.1XExplain how a series of chapters, scenes, or stanzas fit together to provide the overall structure of a particular story, drama, or poem.I can explain the structure of stories, dramas, and poems. 2
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4-RL.12.2XDetermine characteristics of crafted text structures and describe why an author uses this structure.I can identify and explain various text structures.2
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4-RL.13.1xxEngage in whole and small group reading with purpose and understanding.


I can particiapte in whole and small group reading. 3
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4-RL.13.2xxRead independently for sustained periods of time to build stamina.I can read independently and for periods of time.3
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4-RL.13.3xxRead and respond according to task and purpose to become self- directed, critical readers and thinkers. I can read and respond to texts appropriately. 3
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Reading: Informational Texts4-RI.5.1xXAsk and answer inferential questions to analyze meaning beyond the text; refer to details and examples within a text to support inferences and conclusions.I can explain what the text says by referring to details and examples by drawing inferences from the text. 3
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4-RI.6.1xXSummarize multi-paragraph texts using key details to support the central idea.I can determine the central idea of a text using details. 3
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4-RI.7.1xCompare and contrast how events, topics, concepts, and ideas are depicted in primary and secondary sources.I can compare and contrast events, topics, concepts, and ideas in primary and secondary sources. 2
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4-RI.8.1xDetermine how the author uses words and phrases to shape and clarify meaning.I can determine the author's meaning. 2
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4-RI.8.2xApply knowledge of text features to gain meaning; describe the relationship between these features and the text. I can use text features to gain meaning. 3
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4-RI.10.1x Identify and describe the difference between a primary and secondary account of the same event or topic. I can identify and describe the differences between primary and secondary accounts.2
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4-RI.11.1xApply knowledge of text structures to describe how structures contribute to meaning.I can describe how text structures contribute to meaning. 3
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4-RI.11.2xExplain how an author uses reasons and evidence to support particular points. I can explain how an author uses reasons and evidence to support particular points in a text. 3
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4-RI.12.1xxEngage in whole and small group reading with purpose and understanding.


I can read grade-level text with purpose and understanding. 3
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4-RI 12.2xxRead independently for sustained periods of time.I can read indenpendently for periods of time. 3
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4-RI.12.3xxRead and respond according to task and purpose to become self-directed, critical readers and thinkers. I can read and respond to texts appropriately. 3
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Reading: Phonics, Vocabulary and Spelling4-RL.3.1, 4-RI.3.1xxxxUse combined knowledge of all letter-sound correspondences, syllabication patterns, base words, and affixes to read accurately unfamiliar multisyllabic words in context.I can apply grade level phonics and word analysis skills to read unfamiliar words in and out of context.2
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4-RL.10.1xUse definitions, examples, and restatements to determine the meaning of words or phrases. I can use defitions, examples, and restatments to determine meaning. 3
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4-RI.9.1xxUse definitions, examples, and restatements to determine the meaning of words or phrases.I can use definitions, examples, and restatments to determine meaning. 3
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4-RL.10.2xxxxDetermine the meaning of an unknown word using knowledge of base words and Greek and Latin affixes.I can use Greek and Latin affixes and roots as clues to determine the meaning of an unknown word. 2
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4-RI.9.2xxDetermine the meaning of an unknown word using knowledge of base words and Greek and Latin affixes.I can use Greek and Latin affixes and roots as clues to determine the meaning of an unknown word. 2
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4-RL.10.6xx Acquire and use general academic and domain-specific words or phrases that signal precise actions, emotions, and states of being; demonstrate an understanding of nuances and jargon.I can figure out and use fourth grade words and phrases that show specific actions, emotions, or states of being that are centered around a particular topic. 2
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4-RI.9.5xxAcquire and use general academic and domain-specific words or phrases that signal precise actions, emotions, and states of being; demonstrate an understanding of nuances and jargon. I can figure out and use fourth grade words and phrases that show specific actions, emotions, or states of being that are centered around a particular topic. 2
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Writing: Opinion4-W.1.1 (a-g)XxWrite opinion pieces that:
I can write opinion pieces supporting a point of view with reasons and information. 3
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a. introduce a topic or text clearly, state an opinion, and create an organizational structure in which related ideas are grouped to support the writer’s purpose;
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b. use information from multiple print and multimedia sources;
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c. provide reasons supported by facts and details;
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d. use transitional words or phrases to connect opinions and reasons;
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e. develop and strengthen writing as needed by planning, revising, and editing building on personal ideas and ideas of others;
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f. use paraphrasing, quotations, and original language to avoid plagiarism; and
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g. provide a concluding statement or section related to the opinion presented.
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Writing: Informational4-W.2.1 (a-k)XWrite informative/explanatory texts that: I can write clear, developed, and organized informative/explanatory pieces, including illustrations, etc. when needed. 3
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a. introduce a topic clearly;I can write an introduction.
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b. use information from multiple print and multimedia sources;I can write informative/explanitory texts using multiple sources.
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c. group related information in paragraphs and sections;I can create paragraphs.
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d. include formatting, illustrations, and multimedia to aid comprehension;I can use text features to enhance my writing.
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e. develop the topic with facts, definitions, concrete details, quotations, or other information and examples related to the topic; I can develop the topic with facts, definitions, concrete details, quotations, or other information and examples related to the topic.
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f. develop and strengthen writing as needed by planning, revising, and editing building on personal ideas and the ideas of others; I canplan, revise, and edit writing with guidnace as needed.
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g. use paraphrasing, quotations, and original language to avoid plagiarism;I can put ideas into my own words.
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h. link ideas within categories of information using words and phrases;I can link ideas within categories of information using words and phrases.
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i. use precise language and domain-specific vocabulary to inform or explain the topic;I can use precise language and vocabulary to inform about or explain the topic.
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j. develop a style and tone authentic to the purpose; andI can use appropriate style and tone.
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k. provide a concluding statement or section related to the information or explanation presented.I can provide a concluding statement or section related to the information or explanation presented.
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Writing: Narrative4-W.3.1 (a-h)x Gather ideas from texts, multimedia, and personal experience to write narratives that:I can write narratives to develop real or imaginary experiences or events. 3
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a. develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique, descriptive details, and clear event sequences;I can create a detailed story in sequence.
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b. orient the reader by establishing a situation and introducing a narrator and/or characters; I can begin narrative pieces by establishing a situation and introducing a narrator and/or characters, and organize an event sequence that unfolds naturally.
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c. organize an event sequence that unfolds naturally; I can organize a story in sequential order.
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d. use dialogue and description to develop experiences and events or show the responses of characters to situations; I can use dialogue and descriptions to develop experiences and events.
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e. develop and strengthen writing as needed by planning, revising, and editing building on personal ideas and the ideas of others; I can plan, revise, and edit writing, with guidance as needed.
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f. use a variety of transitional words and phrases to manage the sequence of events; I can use a variety of transitional words and phrases to manage the sequence of events.
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g. use imagery, precise words, and sensory details to develop characters and convey experiences and events precisely; andI can use concrete words, phrases, and sensory details to convey experiences and events precisely.
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h. provide a conclusion that follows from the narrated experiences or events.I can provide a conclusion that follows from the narrated experiences or events.
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Writing: Language4-W.4.1 (a-j)xxxxWhen writing:
a. use relative pronouns and relative adverbs;
I can use relative pronouns and adverbs correctly. 2
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b. form and use the progressive verb tenses;I can use apostrophes correctly.
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c. use modal auxiliaries to convey various conditions;I can use modal auxilaries in a variety of ways.
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d. use modal auxiliaries and the progressive verb tenses, recognizing and correcting inappropriate shifts in verb tense;I can use modal auxilaries correctly.
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e. order adjectives within sentences according to conventional patterns;I can correctly order adjectives within sentences.
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f. use relative pronouns and relative adverbs;I can use relative pronouns and adverbs correctly.
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g. explore using prepositional phrases in different positions within a sentence;I can correctly use and write prepositional phrases.
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h. use coordinating and subordinating conjunctions;I can correctly use coordinating and subordination conjuntions.
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i. use a variety of sentence types to produce complete sentences, recognizing and correcting inappropriate fragments and run-ons; and I can use a variety of sentence structures correctly.
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j. use frequently confused homonyms correctly.I can use homonyms correctly.
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4-W.5.1xCapitalize names of magazines, newspapers, works of art, musical compositions, organizations, and the first word in quotations.I can use correct capitalization. 2
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4-W.5.2 (a-c)xUse:
a. apostrophes to form possessives and contractions;
I can correctly use apostrophes correctly.2
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b. quotation marks and commas to mark direct speech; andI can use quotations marks and commas correctly.
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c. commas before a coordinating conjunction in a compound sentence.I can use commas before a coordinating conjunction correctly.
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4-W.5.4xxxx
Use spelling patterns and generalizations
I can use what I know about word patterns to spell. 3
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Writing: Independence and Process4-W.6.1 (a-d)XxXxWrite routinely and persevere in writing tasks:I can write routinely over extended periods of time, purposes, and audiences. 2
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a. over short and extended time frames;I can write for short and long periods of time.
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b. for a range of domain-specific tasks;I can write for different tasks.
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c. for a variety of purposes and audiences; andI can write for different reasons and audiences.
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d. by adjusting the writing process for the task, increasing the length and complexity.I can adjust the writing process for my purpose.
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4-W.6.4xxDemonstrate effective keyboarding skills.I can use technology to produce and publish writing and interact and collaborate with others. 2
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Communication4-C.1.1xxxxExplore and create meaning by formulating questions, engaging in purposeful dialogue with peers and adults, sharing ideas and considering alternate viewpoints.I can ask questions, engage in purposeful dialouge, share ideas, and can consider other's point of view.2
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4-C.1.2xxxxParticipate in discussions; ask and respond to questions to acquire information concerning a topic, text, or issue.I can participate in discussions by asking and answering questions on a particular topic.2
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4-C.1.3xxxxApply techniques of articulation, adequate volume, eye contact, facial expressions, posture, gestures, and space; take one’s own turn in a respectful way.I can follow agreed-upon rules for discussions in a respectful way.2
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4-C.1.4xxxxEngage in focused conversations about grade appropriate topics and texts; build on the ideas of others, and pose specific questions, and respond to clarify thinking and express new thoughts.I can effectively participate in conversations for a variety of purposes.2
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4-C.1.5xxxxExplain personal ideas and build on the ideas of others by responding and relating to comments made in multiple exchanges.I can explain my ideas and build on the ideas of others.2
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4-C.2.1xxxxArticulate ideas, perspectives and information with details and supporting evidence in a logical sequence with a clear introduction, body, and conclusion.I cancommunicate ideas and information with details and supporting evidence. 3
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4-C.2.2xxxxDiscuss the purpose and the credibility of information presented in diverse media and formats.I can talk about information from a variety of media formats. 2
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4-C.3.1xxxxCompare and contrast how ideas and topics are depicted in a variety of media and formats.I can compare and contrast ideas and topics using a vairety of medias. 2
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4-C.3.2xxxxCreate presentations using videos, photos, and other multimedia elements to support communication and clarify ideas, thoughts, and feelings.I can create presentations using a variety of multimedia elements. 2
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4-C.4.1xxxxIdentify presentation style a speaker uses to enhance the development of central idea or theme. I can idenfity the presentation style used by the speaker. 1
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4-C.4.2xxxxDetermine if the presentation has a purposeful organizational strategy with appropriate transitions.I can determine if the presentation has purposeful organization with transitions. 1
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4-C.4.3a-exxxxIdentify how and why the speaker
a. uses intonation and word stress;
b. includes media;
c. addresses the audience;
d. determines word choice;
e. incorporates figurative language and literary devices.
I can identify how and why the speaker uses intonation and word stress. I can identify how and why the speaker includes media. I can identify how and why the speaker addresses the audience. I can identify how and why the speaker determines word choice. I can identify how and why the speaker incorporates figurative language and literacy devices.1
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4-C.5.1xxxxSet a purpose and integrate craft techniques to create presentations.I can create purposeful presentations. 2
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4-C.5.2xxxxEmploy hyperbole, imagery, personification, idioms, adages, and proverbs when appropriate to convey messages.I can use figurative language to convey messages.2
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Science
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Characteristics and Growth of Organisms4.L.5A.1xObtain and communicate information about the characteristics of plants and animals to develop models which classify plants as flowering or nonflowering and animals as vertebrate or invertebrate.I can organize living things into groups based on their physical characteristics.
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4-L.5A.2xAnalyze and interpret data from observations and measurements to compare the stages of development of different seed plants.I can read charts and graphs about seed plant development.
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4-L.5A.3xDevelop and use models to compare the stages of growth and development in various animals.I can use models to compare the growth and development of animals.
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