4.1.5 Uses pre-selected primary sources to gather information.

4.1.7 Selects and uses multiple appropriate print, nonprint, electronic and human sources (e.g., almanacs, indexes, specialized dictionaries and encyclopedias, and databases) to answer questions.

4.1.9 Distinguishes between fact and opinion.

4.1.12 Identifies and uses the organizational structures of a nonfiction book (bibliography and appendix) to locate information.

4.1.15 Notes similarities and differences in information from two different sources.

4.2.1 Identifies story elements in various fiction genres.


4.2.2 Uses evidence from stories to discuss characters, setting, plot, time and place.

 

4.2.3 Makes predictions and inferences about events and characters.

4.2.5 Understands basic netiquette.

 

4.3.3 Understands the basic concept of plagiarism as copying the work of others.

 

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