Concept Map for Language Arts

Language Arts Concept map: Production: 34.14 – Compose a short story based on a given title
Listening
Writing
Speaking
2.17 – Identify the main idea and several details after listening to a short text
2.19 – Sequence key events after listening to a short text.
4.7- Appreciate fully the role of listening in aspects of communications and value its relationship with reading as well as writing.
34.13 – Appropriately choose the first or third person when writing stories.
38.14 – Individually generate ideas on a topic by brainstorming
34.15 – Use time order words, transitional words and phrases in original stories.
38.17 – Use a checklist provided by the teacher to revise and edit writing.
34.14 – Compose a short story based on a given title
10.9 – When telling a story, project the voice so that the whole class can hear clearly and vary the voice for effect.
Reading
25.21 - When reading aloud, pronounce most commonly occurring, regularly and irregularly spelt words, accurately and fluently.
25.22 – Read with fluency and confidence from a variety of prose, poetry and non-fiction texts, including texts seen for the first time.
Viewing
6.9 – Interpret and appreciate the use of facial expression, gestures, and body language used by a speaker
45.5 – Use multiple adjectives to modify words in original writing
Reading comprehension strategy
Reading Comprehension strategy
First and Third person accounts
Story Writing
Transitional words in story writing
Brainstorming ideas to write creative stories
Writing Process
Use adjectives to describe setting and characters in story
projecting voice when telling story
regularly and irregularly spelt words
Read stories fluently and confidently
Use of expression when telling a story
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