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Resources to Meet Standards: Grade 3

Instructions

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KAS Standard RI.3.3.: Describe the relationship between INDIVIDUALS, A SERIES OF HISTORICAL EVENTS, SCIENTIFIC IDEAS OR CONCEPTS OR STEPS IN TECHNICAL PROCEDURES over the course of a text.

AASL Standards:

I.D.4.:  Learners participate in an ongoing inquiry-based process by: Using reflection to guide informed decisions.

IV.B.4.: Learners gather information appropriate to the task by: Organizing information by priority, topic, or other systematic scheme.

 

 

KAS Standard: RI.3.9.: Explain the relationship between information from TWO OR MORE TEXTS ON THE SAME THEME OR TOPIC.

AASL Standard: IV.C.3.: Learners exchange information resources within and beyond their learning community by: Joining with others to compare and contrast information derived from collaboratively constructed information sites.

KAS Standard RL.3.1.: Ask and answer QUESTIONS and make and support logical inferences to construct meaning from the text.

AASL Standards:

I.A.1.:   Learners display curiosity and initiative by: Formulating questions about a personal interest or a curricular topic. 

V.D.1.: Learners develop and satisfy personal curiosity by: Reading widely and deeply in multiple formats and write and create for a variety of purposes.
VI.A.3.: Learners follow ethical and legal guidelines for gathering and using information by:  Evaluating information for accuracy, validity, social and cultural context, and appropriateness for need.

 

 

KAS Standard RL.3.2.: Identify and cite relevant implicit and explicit information from a summary to determine the THEME, LESSON LEARNED, AND/OR MORAL, including but not limited to FABLES, FOLKTALES, AND MYTHS FROM DI VERSE CULTURES.

AASL Standards:

I.B.3.:  Learners engage with new knowledge by following a process that includes: Generating products that illustrate learning.

II.B.2.: Learners adjust their awareness of the global learning community by: Evaluating a variety of perspectives during learning activities. 

IV.D.3.: Learners select and organize information for a variety of audiences by: Openly communicating curation processes for others to use, interpret, and validate.

KAS Standard RL.3.3.: Describe CHARACTERS in a story, including but not limited to their TRAITS, MOTIVATIONS, ACTIONS OR FEELINGS, and how they affect the plot.

AASL Standards:

I.A.2.:  Learners display curiosity and initiative by: Recalling prior and background knowledge as context for new meaning.

I.D.4.:  Learners participate in an ongoing inquiry-based process by: Using reflection to guide informed decisions.

IV.D.1.: Learners select and organize information for a variety of audiences by: Performing ongoing analysis of and reflection on the quality, usefulness, and accuracy of curated resources.

KAS Standard RL.3.5.: Describe and provide evidence for how parts of the text contribute to the overall STRUCTURE OF POEMS, STORIES AND DRAMAS, including but not limited to LINEAR, NON-LINEAR AND CIRCULAR STRUCTURES.

AASL Standards:  

I.A.2.:  Learners display curiosity and initiative by: Recalling prior and background knowledge as context for new meaning.

I.D.4.: Learners participate in an ongoing inquiry-based process by: Using reflection to guide informed decisions.

KAS Standard RL.3.7.: Explain how the specific aspects of a text’s illustrations contribute to an effect, including but not limited to creating MOOD, CHARACTER AND SETTING.

AASL Standards:

III.B.1.: Learners participate in personal, social, and intellectual networks by: Using a variety of communication tools and resources.
IV.D.1.: Learners select and organize information for a variety of audiences by: Performing ongoing analysis of and reflection on the quality, usefulness, and accuracy of curated resources.

KAS RL.3.9.: Compare/contrast the THEMES, SETTINGS AND PLOTS of stories written by THE SAME AUTHOR ABOUT THE SAME OR SIMILAR CHARACTERS.

AASL Standard: IV.C.3.: Learners exchange information resources within and beyond their learning community by: Joining with others to compare and contrast information derived from collaboratively constructed information sites.

 

School Library Catalogs

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