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Jasmine Williams

Belhaven University

EDU 501: Measurement and Evaluation

Dr. Katherine Hand

August 28, 2021

UNPACKING THE STANDARDS

CCSS Standard: ___RL 4.4______ OR STATE Standard: _____________

Standard (include identifying numbers): RL 4.4

RL 4.4-Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including those that allude to significant characters found in mythology (e.g., Herculean).

Prerequisite Skills
Key Terms (vocabulary)DefinitionStudent-friendly language
Key Verbs (skills)DefinitionStudent-friendly language
·
I Can” statements in student-friendly language
Essential Questions

Choose one CCR Standard in the CORE subject area of your choice. (Steps to access standards)

1. http://www.mdek12.org/ (Links to an external site.)

2. Click on Educators

3. Click on Academic Standards

4. Select English, Science, Math, or Socials Studies CCRS standards.

· Use the Resource “Unpacking the Standards” document to analyze your standard and gain in-depth knowledge about what you must teach to mastery to your students. See Appendix B for rubric.

4th Grade RL 4.4 is the standard that needs to be unpacked.

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Unpacking the Standard

Jasmine Williams

Belhaven University

EDU 501: Measurement and Evaluation

Dr. Katherine Hand

August 28, 2021

UNPACKING THE STANDARDS

CCSS Standard: ___RL 4.4______ OR STATE Standard: _____________

Standard (include identifying numbers): RL 4.4

RL 4.4-Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including those that allude to significant characters found in mythology (e.g., Herculean).

Prerequisite Skills
1. Recognize words and phrases.2. Understand the meaning of words and phrases as they are use in a text.3. Understand the different types of context clues to convey meaning of unknown words.4. Understand multiple meaning words.5. Understand word parts.
Key Terms (vocabulary)DefinitionStudent-friendly language
· Context clues· Figurative language· Antonyms· Synonyms· Fables· Legend· Clues that readers use to find the meaning of unknown words· Words that mean something other than their literal meaning.· Words that mean the opposite of another word.· Words that has the same or similar meaning to another word.· Stories intended to teach a lesson, often in which animals speak like human beings.· Stories that have been handed down by people for many years and that· Nearby words, phrases, and sentences to figurative out its meaning· Describe something by making a comparison to another thing· Not the same· Alike or the same· Stories that teaches a lesson.· Stories that describes how something derived to be.
Key Verbs (skills)DefinitionStudent-friendly language
· Determine· Distinguish· Interpret· Clarify· To establish something using evidence or facts.· To set apart as different or special· To explain the meaning of something· To make something more clear and easier to understand.· To decide· To recognize how things are difference· To understand· To make more easier to understand
I Can” statements in student-friendly language
· I can determine the meaning of words and phrases based on how they are used in a text.· I can figure out the meanings of words and phrases an author uses.· I can understand words that comes from characters found in mythology. (Herculean)· I can make meaning of words and phrases, when reading about characters in a myth, by using clues found within the story.· I can use various strategies to determine the meaning of words and phrases.
Essential Questions
1. How can I use context clues to determine the meaning of an unknown word?2. What is the difference between a simile and metaphor?3. How can I determine the meaning of idioms, adages and proverbs?4. What tools can I use to help determine the meaning of unknown words?5. How do I determine the relationship between words including synonyms and antonyms?

References

Mississippi Department of Education. (2016). Retrieved August 28, 2021 from

https://www.mdek12.org/sites/default/files/Offices/Secondary%20Ed/ELA/ccr/04.Grade-4-ELA-Scaffolding.pdf
https://p11cdn4static.sharpschool.com/UserFiles/Servers/Server_1043372/File/About_Us/Assistant_Sup/Curricu

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