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I can draw inferences about
what I’ve read.
DOK 2
4.RL.1
I can support my inferences
with details.
DOK 3
4.RL.1
I can give details and
examples from the text.
DOK 1
4.RL.1
I can explain what I read.
DOK 1
4.RL.1
I can explain the theme of a
story, drama, or poem with
details.
DOK 2
4.RL.2
I can summarize the text.
DOK 3
4.RL.2
I can describe a character in
depth.
DOK 2
4.RL.3
I can describe the setting of
the story.
DOK 1
4.RL.3
I can explain events in a story
with evidence to support it.
DOK 3
4.RL.3
I can determine the meaning
of words and phrases, when
reading about characters in a
myth, by using clues found in
the story.
DOK 0
4.RL.4
I can tell my teacher or a
friend about the different
parts of poems and plays that
I read.
DOK 1
4.RL.5
I can describe the purpose of
the poem or plays that I read.
DOK 2
4.RL.5
I can compare poems and
plays to each other.
DOK 3
4.RL.5
I can compare and contrast
the point of view of the
stories I read.
DOK 3
4.RL.6
I can tell the difference
between first and thirdperson.
DOK 1
4.RL.6
I can make connections
between different types of
texts.
DOK 3
4.RL.7
I can describe the purpose of
the story.
DOK 2
4.RL.7
I can draw conclusions, from
the connections I made,
between the different stories
that I read.
DOK 4
4.RL.7
DOK
4.RL.8
I can compare and contrast
stories and myths from
different cultures.
DOK 3
4.RL.9
I can discuss how themes and
events are similar from one
story to another.
DOK 4
4.RL.9
I can read stories at my grade
level.
DOK 1
4.RL.10
I can identify the main idea of
the story I read.
DOK 2
4.RL.10
I can describe what I read.
DOK 1
4.RI.1
I can use the details and
examples in the text to
explain the text and infer
meaning.
DOK 0
4.RI.1
I can explain the main idea of
the text.
DOK 1
4.RI.2
I can explain how the main
idea is supported by key
details.
DOK 2
4.RI.2
I can summarize the text.
DOK 3
4.RI.2
I can use specific events and
ideas from the informational
reading that I do to explain
what happened and why.
DOK 0
4.RI.3
I can determine the meaning
of words when I read nonfiction grade level texts by
using context clues.
DOK 0
4.RI.4
I can connect old ideas with
new concepts when reading
informational text.
DOK 3
4.RI.4
I can describe the sequence of
events in informational text.
DOK 1
4.RI.5
I can describe the cause and
effect in informational text.
DOK 2
4.RI.5
I can analyze the problem and
solution in informational text.
DOK 3
4.RI.5
I can compare and contrast a
firsthand account and a
secondhand account of the
same historical event or topic.
DOK 4
4.RI.6
I can describe the differences
of firsthand and secondhand
accounts.
DOK 3
4.RI.6
I can interpret information
from charts, graphs,
timelines, animations, etc.
DOK 2
4.RI.7
DOK 3
4.RI.7
I can explain how visual
information helps me
understand the text.
DOK 3
4.RI.7
I can determine the main idea
of the text.
DOK 2
4.RI.8
I can explain the reasons and
evidence that the author uses to
support main ideas in the text.
DOK 3
4.RI.8
I can use more than one text to
research a topic.
DOK 3
4.RI.9
I can write or speak about the
subject I research.
DOK 4
4.RI.9
I can read and comprehend
informational text.
DOK 0
4.RI.10
I can use word decoding
strategies to read unfamiliar
words.
DOK 1
4.RF.3
I can read with purpose and
understanding.
DOK 0
4.RF.4a
I can read prose and poetry
aloud with accuracy, rate and
expression.
DOK 0
4.RF.4b
I can use context to know if I am
reading accurately and can selfcorrect when necessary.
DOK 0
4.RF.4c
I can include my opinion in the
introduction of the topic when
writing an opinion piece.
DOK 3
4.W.1
I can organize my ideas when
writing an opinion piece.
DOK 2
4.W.1a
I can support my opinion with
facts and details when writing an
opinion piece.
DOK 3
4.W.1b
I can link opinion and reasons
when writing.
DOK 4
4.W.1c
I can write a concluding
paragraph to support my opinion
when writing.
DOK 4
4.W.1d
I can organize information in
paragraphs.
DOK 2
4.W.2a
I can introduce an informational
topic clearly.
DOK 2
4.W.2a
I can include informational text
features and multimedia to help
my reader understand my
message.
DOK 4
4.W.2a
I can use facts, definitions,
details, quotations and examples
to develop an informational
topic.
DOK 3
4.W.2b
I can make my writing flow
smoothly when writing an
informational piece by using
transition words.
DOK 2
4.W.2c
I can use specific vocabulary to
better inform my reader.
DOK 2
4.W.2d
I can write a concluding
statement or paragraph to
support my topic when writing
an informational piece.
DOK 4
4.W.2e
I can introduce my reader to the
topic by clearly identifying the
characters, setting, plot, narrator,
sensory details, and sequence of
events.
DOK 2
4.W.3a
I can describe experiences and
events through character
dialogue helping my reader to
better understand.
DOK 3
4.W.3b
I can use a variety of transitional
words and phrases to organize
the sequence of events.
DOK 2
4.W.3c
I can use specific words or
phrases and sensory details to
describe experiences and events
in narrative writing.
DOK 3
4.W.3d
I can write a clear conclusion
when writing a narrative piece.
DOK 4
4.W.3e
I can produce clear and
organized writing that includes
the appropriate task and purpose
for the appropriate audience.
DOK 0
4.W.4
I can develop and strengthen my
writing by planning, revising,
and editing it with guidance
from peers and adults.
DOK 0
4.W.5
I can use technology to produce
and publish my writing.
DOK 1
4.W.6
I can use technology to
communicate with others.
DOK 2
4.W.6
I can type a minimum of one
page in a single sitting.
DOK 1
4.W.6
I can research and investigate a
topic to gain knowledge and
understanding.
DOK 0
4.W.7
I can recall and gather important
information from print and
digital sources.
DOK 0
4.W.8
I can take notes and organize
information and list the sources
that I have used.
DOK 0
4.W.8
I can gather information from
literary or informational texts to
support my thoughts, reflection,
and research on my topic.
DOK 0
4.W.9
I can write for extended periods
of time for many tasks,
purposes, and audiences.
DOK 0
4.W.10
I can work cooperatively with
peers.
DOK 1
4.SL.1
I can come to discussions being
prepared and ready to explore
ideas and discussions.
DOK 2
4.SL.1a
I can follow the rules and carry
out my assigned role.
DOK 1
4.SL.1b
I can ask questions and answer
questions in a discussion.
DOK 3
4.SL.1c
I can review the key ideas that
were expressed.
DOK 4
4.SL.1d
I can summarize text that is
presented or read orally.
DOK 0
4.SL.2
I can identify the reasons and
evidence presented on a topic. I
can also summarize it.
DOK 0
4.SL.3
I can present on a topic in an
organized manner, using details
and examples to support my
topic.
DOK 0
4.SL.4
I can speak clearly at an
understandable pace while
presenting my information.
DOK 1
4.SL.4
I can use multimedia and visuals
in presentations to help support
my topics, my main idea, or
theme.
DOK 0
4.SL.5
I can choose the appropriate way
to express my thoughts during
presentations.
DOK 0
4.SL.6
I can use relative pronouns to
join clauses together.
DOK 1
4.L.1
I can use relative pronouns when
referring to something or
someone that has been
mentioned.
DOK 2
4.L.1a
I can use correct verb tense
when speaking and writing.
DOK 1
4.L.1b
I can use verb phrases
correctly.
DOK 1
4.L.1c
I can correctly use adjectives
when describing a noun.
DOK 2
4.L.1d
I can use prepositional phrases
to add details and clarity when I
speak or in my writing.
DOK 2
4.L.1e
I can create complete sentences
and fix sentences that may be
incomplete or run-on.
DOK 2
4.L.1f
I can correctly use homophones
when I speak and in my writing.
DOK 1
4.L.1g
I can correctly use capitalization
rules when writing.
DOK 1
4.L.2a
I can correctly use commas and
quotation marks to show when
someone is talking.
DOK 1
4.L.2b
I can correctly use a comma
before conjunctions to bring two
related thoughts together.
DOK 1
4.L.2c
I can spell grade level words
correctly and use a spelling
reference when needed.
DOK 1
4.L.2d
I can choose appropriate words
and phrases to express my ideas
clearly.
DOK 2
4.L.3a
I can choose punctuation to help
me effectively express my ideas.
DOK 2
4.L.3b
I can decide when I need to
communicate in a more formal
manner and when more casual
communication, with friends or
in a small group, is appropriate.
DOK 2
4.L.3c
I can use word strategies to
understand the meaning of
words or phrases when I read.
DOK 1
4.L.4a
I can use Greek and Latin affixes
and roots to help me create
meaning when I read.
DOK 2
4.L.4b
I can use reference materials to
find the pronunciation and
meaning of key words and
phrases.
DOK 3
4.L.4c
I can identify and explain the
meaning of similes and
metaphors.
DOK 0
4.L.5a
I can recognize and explain the
meaning of idioms, adages and
proverbs.
DOK 2
4.L.5b
I can explain the meaning of
words by relating them to their
synonyms and antonyms.
DOK 3
4.L.5c
I can build my vocabulary of
grade-level and subject words.
DOK 2
4.L.6
I can use these words to
communicate descriptively about
particular topics.
DOK 1
4.L.6

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