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Language Learning Targets based on CLIMB standards
I can explain the proper function of the following parts of speech, using a variety of sentences: nounspronouns verbs adjectivesandadverbs. L.3.1
I can use regular and irregular plural nouns and verbs in a variety of sentences. L.3.1
I can explain abstract nouns. L.3.1
I can use simple verb tenses. L.3.1
I can explain how verbs and pronouns agree. L.3.1
I can use ‐ er and ‐ est correctly when using adverbs and adjectives. L.3.1
I can use conjunctions to create complete sentences. L.3.1
I can create simple, complex, and compound sentences. L.3.1
I can use correct capitalization,,, punctuation,, and spelling when writing. L.3.2
I can capitalize titles correctly. L.3.2
I can use commas correctly in addresses. L.3.2
I can use commas and quotation marks in dialogue. L.3.2
I can form and use possessives. L.3.2
I can spell high - frequency words correctly. I can use spelling patterns to write words. L.3.2
I can use reference materials to check and correct spelling. L.3.2
I can choose words or phrases for effect. L.3.3
I can recognize the difference between how to use spoken and written words. L.3.3
I can use glossaries and dictionaries that are in print and online. L.3.4
I can use root words I know to determine the meaning of new words. L.3.4
I can use context clues to find the meaning of a new word. L.3.4
I can use prefixes and suffixes to find the meaning of a word. L.3.4
I can distinguish between literal and figurative meanings of words and phrases. L.3.5
I can use figurative language,,, such as similes and, metaphors,. L.3.5
I can make connections between words and how they are used. L.3.5
I can infer slight differences in meaning between synonyms. L.3.5
I can use words to show time and place. L.3.6
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