South Dakota State Standards for Language Arts: Grade 3

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SD.3.R. Reading Standards

3.R.1. Students can recognize and analyze words.

3.R.1.1. Students can decode using word recognition skills. (Application)

3.R.2. Students can comprehend and fluently read text.

3.R.2.1. Students can apply comprehension strategies to read and interpret text. (Application)

3.R.2.2. Students can fluently read aloud and silently to comprehend text. (Application)

3.R.3. Students can apply knowledge of text structures, literary devices, and literary elements to develop interpretations and form responses.

3.R.3.1. Students can identify and describe literary elements and devices in literature. (Analysis)

3.R.3.2. Students can compare and contrast different genres. (Analysis)

3.R.4. Students can interpret and respond to diverse, multicultural, and time period texts.

3.R.4.1. Students can respond to ideas and attitudes expressed in multicultural and historical texts by making connections. (Analysis)

3.R.5. Students can access, analyze, synthesize, and evaluate informational texts.

3.R.5.1. Students can determine and utilize organizational features of text. (Application)

3.R.5.2. Students can choose reference materials to locate information. (Application)

3.R.5.3. Students can collect information from two reference materials. (Application)

SD.3.W. Writing Standards

3.W.1. Students can apply the writing process to compose text.

3.W.1.1. Students can write statements, questions, commands, and exclamations. (Knowledge)

3.W.1.2. Students can identify a topic sentence, supporting details, and a conclusion in a paragraph. (Application)

3.W.1.3. Students can write a paragraph using supporting details. (Application)

3.W.1.4. Students can write a friendly letter, thank you notes, and invitations. (Application)

3.W.2. Students can apply Standard English conventions in their writing.

3.W.2.1. Students can capitalize geographical names, holidays, special events, titles of books and stories, and titles of people. (Knowledge)

3.W.2.2. Students can use commas when writing dates, city and state, and items in a series. (Application)

3.W.2.3. Students can write in manuscript and/or cursive with proper spacing of words and sentences. (Application)

3.W.2.4. Students can identify and incorporate interjections in the writing process. (Application)

SD.3.LVS. Listening, Viewing, Speaking Standards

3.LVS.1. Students can listen, view, and speak to communicate, retrieve, interpret, and evaluate information.

3.LVS.1.1. Students can incorporate listening and viewing strategies to identify the content of the presentation. (Knowledge)

3.LVS.1.2. Students can recall the content of a visual and auditory presentation. (Comprehension)

3.LVS.1.3. Students can deliver a presentation incorporating descriptive vocabulary. (Synthesis)

3.LVS.1.4. Students can demonstrate presentation skills. (Application)

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