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6th GRADE READING Content Standards and Objectives
Harrison County Schools
Adopted March 2013
R.6.V.1 – Build vocabulary by listening to modeled texts read aloud and participating in class discussions.
R.6.V.2 – Build vocabulary by reading from a wide variety of print and non-print texts.
R.6.V.3 – Increase knowledge of roots, prefixes, suffixes, and syllabication
to decode words and infer word meanings.
R.6.V.4 – Identify context clues to determine unknown words and
to discriminate between multiple meaning words.
R.6.V.5 –Identify and replace unknown words with appropriate synonyms, antonyms, homonyms,
and multiple meaning words in reading, writing, and speaking.
R.6.V.6 – Identify and understand analogies.
R.6.V.7 – Recognize academic vocabulary (define, conceive, classify, etc.)
and content area vocabulary (cell, axis, plateau, catalytic converter, etc.).
R.6.C.1 – Implement pre-reading skills to facilitate comprehension.
R.6.C.1.a. Preview text to establish a purpose for reading.
R.6.C.1.b. Build background knowledge for reading.
R.6.C.1.c. Relate prior knowledge, personal experiences, and opinions.
R.6.C.1.d. Make predictions by previewing (text features, skimming, and scanning).
R.6.C.1.e. Explore the text to identify significant vocabulary, which will be encountered during the reading
R.6.C.2 – Apply comprehension skills to derive meaning during reading.
R.6.C.2.a. Formulate questions during reading.
R.6.C.2.b. Predict outcomes, state generalizations, and draw conclusions.
R.6.C.2.c. Self monitor for comprehension during reading by modifying predictions, generalizations, & conclusions.
R.6.C.2.d. Engage in making inferences (reading between the lines) from implied and abstract information.
R.6.C.2.e. Make connections to text (text to text, text to self, text to world).
R.6.C.2.f. Develop note-taking skills to organize information.
R.6.C.3 – Use active comprehension skills to check understanding after reading.
R.6.C.3.a. Recognize and state the main idea and supporting details in text.
R.6.C.3.b. Identify the author’s purpose.
R.6.C.3.c. Develop skills needed to cite contextual support
for responses to questions, ideas, opinions, and personal response.
R.6.C.3.d. Determine cause and effect relationships.
R.6.C.3.e. Determine whether a given statement is a fact or an opinion.
R.6.C.3.f. Identify explicit and implied information from text.
R.6.T.1 – Recognize, analyze, and apply text features in nonfiction
R.6.T.1.a. Use parts of text effectively for learning
(i.e. title page, preface, table of contents, glossary, appendix, index, etc.)
R.6.T.1.b. Identify text features to locate and understand information
(i.e. print headings, key words, graphics, pictures, captions, sidebars, etc.)
R.6.T.2 – Recognize different text structures to impose meaning
(i.e. chronological order/ sequence, description, problem & solution, compare & contrast, cause & effect, etc.)
R.6.F.1 – Understand and develop the elements of fluency (expression, accuracy, and confidence)
R.6.F.1.a. Demonstrate the ability to read fluently with expression, accuracy, and confidence
R.6.F.1.b. Read using appropriate pronunciation
R.6.F.1.c. Adjust reading rate based on purpose
R.6.F.1.d. Identify elements of the pronunciation key
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