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1 RL Reading - Literature I Can Statements Record the date(s) you have addressed each learning target. Grade: Year: Teacher 1 Teacher 2 Teacher 3 Teacher 4 Teacher 5 Teacher 6 I can listen and enjoy a story for pleasure and for personal growth. I can participate in read-aloud, story telling, book talking, silent and voluntary reading experiences with stories on grade level. I can discuss a story that is read aloud or independently. I can use illustrations to understand a story. I can discuss the pictures in a story. I can understand how a story s illustrations add meaning. I can gain information from the illustrations of a story.

2 I can imagine what it would be like to be the author or character of a story. I can identify parts of a story (characters, setting, and major events). I can identify parts of a story (characters, setting, problem, and solution). I can identify how characters respond to events in a story. I can describe a character, setting, or event in a story or drama. I can identify different voices for different characters. I can compare and contrast characters in a story. I can compare and contrast two characters, settings, or events in a story or drama. I can describe how a character s actions change events in a story. I can identify the sequence (beginning, middle, end) of a story.

3 I can illustrate the beginning, middle, and end of a story. I can discuss the 5 W s and how of a story. I can use a graphic organizer. I can use a graphic organizer to list the story elements. I can discuss unknown words in a story. I can identify dialogue in a story. I can tell the difference between first and third-person narration. I can give evidence from the story that it is first or third-person narration. I can identify metaphors and similes in a story. I can distinguish between literal and nonliteral words or phrases.

4 I can recognize words or phrases that give meaning to a story or poem. I can discuss the key details of a story. I can refer to the story to answer questions about it. I can refer to the story to answer questions and draw inferences. I can use a question from the story to answer questions and draw conclusions. I can explain how the structure of a story, drama, or poem fit together. I can identify the author and illustrator of a story and define their role. I can identify authors and illustrators by their work. I can compare and contrast books by the same author or in a series. I can identify and choose age-appropriate reading materials.

5 I can choose books by my favorite authors and illustrators. I can identify real and make believe books. I can identify a non-fiction and fiction book. I can identify the following genres: folktales, realistic fiction, fantasy, poetry, and biography. I can recognize the following genres: realistic fiction, folklore, fantasy, poetry, biography, drama, mystery, and scary stories. I can define the following genres: folklore, biography, realistic fiction, fantasy, poetry, drama, mystery, horror, historical fiction, and science fiction. I can retell the story that is read aloud. I can retell a story. I can retell fables and folktales. I can retell fables, folktales, and myths from different cultures.

6 I can understand words and phrases that refer to mythological characters. I can identify nursery rhymes and fairytales. I can identify repetition, rhyme, and patterns in stories. I can identify the lesson or message of a story. I can identify the moral of a story. I can use details from the story to explain the moral. I can write or speak about stories, drama, or poetry using appropriate vocabulary. I can compare and contrast different versions of the same story. I can determine the theme by summarizing a story, drama, or poem. I can compare and contrast stories from the same genre that have similar themes.

7 I can compare and contrast stories from different cultures that have similar themes. I can identify the visual elements (book trailers, movies, plays, graphic novels, etc.) that contribute to a story. I can make comparisons between the book or movie/play. I can identify and appreciate the Kentucky Bluegrass Award and Caldecott books. I can identify Newbery and Coretta Scott King Award books. I can read and appreciate the Kentucky Bluegrass Award and Caldecott books. I can read and appreciate the Kentucky Bluegrass Award, Newbery, and Coretta Scott King books.

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