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Grade 1 Grade 2 Grade 3 Grade 4 Grade 5 Grade 6 Grade 7 Express ideas and develop Share personal prompted Share personal that are by oral, print and other clearly related to oral, print and other Talk about ideas, and familiar events Experiment with language and forms Talk and represent to explore, express and share stories, ideas and Express preferences Talk about favourite oral, print and other Set goals Talk about own reading and writing Talk with others about something recently learned Make observations about activities, with oral, print and other Experiment with different ways of exploring and developing stories, ideas and Express preferences for a variety of oral, print and other Choose to read and write for and with others Contribute relevant ideas and information from personal to group language activities Talk about how new ideas and information have changed previous Express or represent ideas and feelings resulting from activities or with oral, print and other Use a variety of forms of oral, print and other to organize and give meaning to, ideas and information Explain why particular oral, print or other are personal favourites Recognize and talk about developing abilities as readers, writers and illustrators Connect prior knowledge and personal with new ideas and information in oral, print and other Explain of new concepts in own words Explore ideas and feelings by asking questions, talking to others and referring to oral, print and other media Choose appropriate forms of oral, print and other for communicating and sharing ideas with others Choose and share a variety of oral, print and other in areas of particular interest Discuss areas of personal accomplishment as readers, writers and illustrators Compare new ideas, information and to prior knowledge and Ask questions, paraphrase and discuss to explore ideas and understand new concepts Share personal responses to explore and develop of oral, print and other Discuss and compare the ways similar topics are developed in different forms of oral, print and other Select preferred forms from a Identify areas of personal accomplishment and areas for enhancement in language learning and use Use appropriate prior knowledge and to make sense of new ideas and information Read, write, represent and talk to explore personal s of new ideas and information Use own as a basis for exploring and expressing opinions and Use prior with oral, print and other to choose new that meet learning needs and interests Read, write, represent and talk to explore and explain connections between prior knowledge and new information in oral, print and other Engage in exploratory communication to share personal responses and develop own interpretations Select from provided forms of oral, Experiment with a variety of forms of print and other those that oral, print and other to best organize ideas and information discover those best suited for and develop of topics exploring, organizing and sharing ideas, information and Select and explain preferences for Assess a variety of oral, print and particular forms of oral, print and other other, and discuss preferences for particular forms Reflect on areas of personal accomplishment, and set personal goals to improve language learning and use Assess personal language use, and revise personal goals to enhance language learning and use Extend of ideas and information by finding and exploring oral, print and other on related topics and themes Express personal s of ideas and information based on prior knowledge, with others and a variety of oral, print and other Reflect on own observations and to understand and develop oral, print and other media Discuss and respond to ways that content and forms of oral, print and other interact to influence Explore and assess oral, print and other recommended by others Use appropriate terminology to discuss developing abilities in personal language learning and use Revise and expression of ideas by connecting new and prior knowledge and Review, reread, discuss and reflect on oral, print and other to explore, confirm or revise Seek out and consider diverse ideas, opinions and to develop and extend own ideas, opinions and Discuss and respond to ways that forms of oral, print and other media enhance or constrain the development and communication of ideas, information and Pursue personal interest in specific genres by particular writers, artists, storytellers and filmmakers Examine and reflect on own growth in effective use of language to revise and extend personal goals Talk with others and experience a to explore, develop and justify own opinions and points of view Explore and explain how interactions with others and with oral, print and other affect personal s Extend by taking different points of view when rereading and reflecting on oral, print and other Develop and extend by expressing and responding to ideas on the same topic, in a variety of forms of oral, print and other Explain preferences for and genres by particular writers, artists, storytellers and filmmakers Reflect on own growth in language learning and use, by considering progress over time and the attainment of personal goals Consider the ideas of others Listen to and feelings shared by others Listen and respond appropriately to and feelings shared by others Connect own ideas and with those shared by others Ask for the ideas and observations of others to explore and clarify personal Identify other perspectives by exploring a variety of ideas, opinions, responses and oral, print and other Seek the viewpoints of others to build on personal responses and Select from the ideas and observations of others to expand personal Listen and respond constructively to alternative ideas or opinions Acknowledge the value of the ideas Integrate own perspectives and and opinions of others in exploring and interpretations with new extending personal interpretations and s developed through perspectives discussing and through experiencing a Combine ideas Extend Last Update: May 20, 2014 Page 1 of 5

2 Grade 8 Grade 9 Use prior knowledge Use comprehension strategies Use textual cues Use phonics and structural analysis Use references Experience various Construct meaning from Appreciate the artistry of Understand forms and genres Understand techniques and elements Experiment with language Generate ideas Elaborate on the expression of ideas Structure Last Update: May 20, 2014 Page 2 of 5

3 Focus attention Determine information needs Plan to gather information Use a variety of sources Access information Evaluate sources Organize information Record information Evaluate information Share ideas and information Review research process Last Update: May 20, 2014 Page 3 of 5

4 Appraise own and others work Revise and edit Enhance legibility Expand knowledge of language Enhance artistry Attend to grammar and usage Attend to spelling Attend to capitalization and punctuation Present information Enhance presentation Use effective oral and visual communication Demonstrate attentive listening and viewing Last Update: May 20, 2014 Page 4 of 5

5 Appreciate diversity Relate to culture Celebrate accomplishments and events Use language to show respect Cooperate with others Work in groups Evaluate group process Last Update: May 20, 2014 Page 5 of 5

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