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  • Academic Vocabulary

    CONTENT BUILDER FOR THE PLC

    READING GRADE 4

  • Academic Vocabulary Analysis Reading Grade 4 STANDARDS (TEKS): academic vocabulary directly taken from the standard STAAR: academic vocabulary used on the assessment (source released tests) STANDARD 4.2(A) determine the meaning of grade-level academic English words derived from Latin, Greek, or other linguistic roots and affixes

    STANDARDS (TEKS) STAAR Thinking Content Content Common

    Determine English Paragraph Greek Latin Roots Affix Linguistic (teacher only) Vocabulary term used on STAAR STANDARD 4.2(B) use the context of the sentence (e.g.,in-sentence example or definition) to determine the meaning of unfamiliar words or multiple meaning

    STANDARDS (TEKS) STAAR Thinking Content Content Common

    Use Context Best helps Determine Unfamiliar Understand Multiple-meaning Definition Example Vocabulary term used on STAAR STANDARD 4.2(E) use a dictionary or glossary to determine the meanings, syllabication, and pronunciation of unknown words

    STANDARDS (TEKS) STAAR Thinking Content Content Common

    Use Dictionary Dictionary entry Determine Glossary Definition Pronunciation Paragraph Syllabication Meaning Vocabulary term used on STAAR STANDARD 4.FIg19 (F) make connections (e.g., thematic links, author analysis) between literary and informational texts with similar ideas and provide textual evidence

    STANDARDS (TEKS) STAAR Thinking Content Content Common

    Make connections Thematic links Authors Intend Provide Author analysis Selection Different, Difference Literary texts Alike Informational texts Similarity Textual evidence Suggest Similar Vocabulary term used on STAAR

    REV April 2015  2014 lead4ward Source: Texas Education Agency STAAR™ Released Test Questions

  • Academic Vocabulary Analysis Reading Grade 4 STANDARDS (TEKS): academic vocabulary directly taken from the standard STAAR: academic vocabulary used on the assessment (source released tests) STANDARD 4.6(A) sequence and summarize the plot’s main events and explain their influence on future events

    STANDARDS (TEKS) STAAR Thinking Content Content Common

    Sequence Plot Paragraph Effect Summarize Main event Mainly about Problem Explain Influence Important Future event Vocabulary term used on STAAR STANDARD 4.6(B) describe the interaction of characters including their relationships and the changes they undergo

    STANDARDS (TEKS) STAAR Thinking Content Content Common

    Describe Interaction Characters Relationships Undergo STANDARD 4.6 Fig. 19(D) make inferences about text and use textual evidence to support understanding

    STANDARDS (TEKS) STAAR Thinking Content Content Common

    Make inferences Textual evidence Most likely Problem Use Understanding Support Vocabulary term used on STAAR STANDARD 4.6 Fig. 19(E) summarize information in text, maintaining meaning and logical order

    STANDARDS (TEKS) STAAR Thinking Content Content Common

    Summarize Information Best summary Logical order Vocabulary term used on STAAR

    REV April 2015  2014 lead4ward Source: Texas Education Agency STAAR™ Released Test Questions

  • Academic Vocabulary Analysis Reading Grade 4 STANDARDS (TEKS): academic vocabulary directly taken from the standard STAAR: academic vocabulary used on the assessment (source released tests) STANDARD 4.11(A) summarize the main idea and supporting details in text in ways that maintain meaning

    STANDARDS (TEKS) STAAR Thinking Content Content Common

    Summarize Main idea Best summary Section Supporting details Article Best completes Paragraph Diagram Mainly about Benefit Author Important Selection Information Problem Most likely Vocabulary term used on STAAR STANDARD 4.11(C) describe explicit and implicit relationships among ideas in texts organized by cause-and-effect, sequence, or comparison

    STANDARDS (TEKS) STAAR Thinking Content Content Common

    Describe Explicit Article Diagram Implicit Organizes Relationships Ideas Organized Cause-and- effect Sequence Comparison Vocabulary term used on STAAR STANDARD 4.11(D) Use multiple text features (e.g., guide words, topic and concluding sentences) to gain an overview of the contents of text and to locate information

    STANDARDS (TEKS) STAAR Thinking Content Content Common

    Use Multiple Selection Information Locate Text features Patterns Guide words Topic Concluding sentence Overview Information Vocabulary term used on STAAR

    REV April 2015  2014 lead4ward Source: Texas Education Agency STAAR™ Released Test Questions

  • Academic Vocabulary Analysis Reading Grade 4 STANDARDS (TEKS): academic vocabulary directly taken from the standard STAAR: academic vocabulary used on the assessment (source released tests) STANDARD 4.11 Fig. 19(D) make inferences about text and use textual evidence to support understanding

    STANDARDS (TEKS) STAAR Thinking Content Content Common

    Make inferences Textual evidence Article Suggests Use Understanding Expanded Support Supports Similar Understanding Contribute Vocabulary term used on STAAR STANDARD 4.11 Fig. 19(E) summarize information in text, maintaining meaning and logical order

    STANDARDS (TEKS) STAAR Thinking Content Content Common

    Summarize Information Selection Logical order Best summary Vocabulary term used on STAAR

    REV April 2015  2014 lead4ward Source: Texas Education Agency STAAR™ Released Test Questions

  • Academic Vocabulary

    CONTENT BUILDER FOR THE PLC

    WRITING GRADE 4

  • Academic Vocabulary Analysis Grade 4 Writing STANDARDS (TEKS): academic vocabulary directly taken from the standard STAAR: academic vocabulary used on the assessment (source released tests) STANDARD 4.15(B) develop drafts by categorizing ideas and organizing them into paragraphs

    STANDARDS (TEKS) STAAR Thinking Content Content Common

    Develop Drafts Categorizing Organizing Ideas Paragraphs STANDARD 4.15(C) revise drafts for coherence, organization, use of simple and compound sentences, and audience

    STANDARDS (TEKS) STAAR Thinking Content Content Common

    Revise Drafts Revise Unclear Coherence Transitions Improve Organization Topic sentence Clearly states Simple sentences Open the paragraph Accomplish Compound sentences Topic Goal Audience Combine sentences Effective Delete Create Hard to follow Accurate Closing Replace Closing sentence Detail Vocabulary term used on STAAR STANDARD 4.15(D)edit drafts for grammar, mechanics, and spelling (using a teacher-developed rubric)

    STANDARDS (TEKS) STAAR Thinking Content Content Common

    Edit Drafts Change, Changed Grammar Mechanics Spelling Vocabulary term used on STAAR STANDARD 4.17(A) write about important personal experiences

    STANDARDS (TEKS) STAAR Thinking Content Content Common

    Write Personal experiences Important

    REV April 2015  2014 lead4ward Source: Texas Education Agency STAAR™ Released Test Questions

  • Academic Vocabulary Analysis Grade 4 Writing STANDARDS (TEKS): academic vocabulary directly taken from the standard STAAR: academic vocabulary used on the assessment (source released tests) STANDARD 4.18(A) create brief compositions that establish a central idea in a topic sentence, include supporting sentences with simple facts, details, and explanations, contain a concluding statement

    STANDARDS (TEKS) STAAR Thinking Content Content Common

    Create Brief Topic sentence Idea Compositions Detail Expressed Establish Follow Central idea Support Topic sentence Improve Supporting sentences Replace Facts Details Explanations Concluding statement Vocabulary term used on STAAR STANDARD 4.15(C) revise drafts for coherence, organization, use of simple and compound sentences, and audience

    STANDARDS (TEKS) STAAR Thinking Content Content Common

    Revise Drafts Coherence Organization Simple sentences Compound sentences Audience STANDARD 4.20(A) use and understand the function of the following parts of speech in the context of reading, writing and speaking

    STANDARDS (TEKS) STAAR Thinking Content Content Common

    Use Parts of speech Change, Changed Understand Function Context Vocabulary term used on STAAR STANDARD 4.20(B) use the complete subject and the complete predicate in a sentence

    STANDARDS (TEKS) STAAR Thinking Content Content Common

    Use Complete subject Complete predicate STANDARD 4.21(B) use capitalization

    STANDARDS (TEKS) STAAR Thinking Content Content Common

    Use Capitalization

    REV April 2015  2014 lead4ward Source: Texas Education Agency STAAR™ Released Test Questions

  • Academic Vocabulary Analysis Grade 4 Writing STANDARDS (TEKS): academic vocabulary directly taken from the standard STAAR: academic vocabulary used on the assessment (source released tests) STANDARD 4.21(C) recognize and use punctuati