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Compiled By Michelle E.

Vanston using The Continuum of Literacy Learning (2007) By Irene


Foutnas and Gay Su Pinnell and the Common Core State Standards.


My Reading Level Targets
Level G

General Targets
I can read books with split dialogue
I can use readers tools such as a table of contents
I can use simple organizational features such as titles and headings

Targets about Solving Words
I use meaning, language structure and visual information to solve words
I can use letter clusters (blends and digraphs) to solve words
I can use left to right letter sound analysis to solve words
I can connect words that mean the same or almost the same to derive
meaning from a book
I can use context and pictures to figure out the meaning of unfamiliar
vocabulary
I know when I need more information to understand a book

Targets about Summarizing
I can provide an oral summary with details in sequence
I can follow and talk about the multiple events of a story

Targets about Predicting
I can make predictions based on information gained through reading and
my own experiences
I can make predictions based on my understanding of characters or the
type of story
I can support my predictions with evidence from the text or personal
knowledge

Targets about Making Connections
I can make and discuss connections between texts and my own personal
experiences independently
I can make connections between texts




Compiled By Michelle E. Vanston using The Continuum of Literacy Learning (2007) By Irene
Foutnas and Gay Su Pinnell and the Common Core State Standards.


Targets about Synthesizing
I can talk about the new information I learned from a book
I can show evidence of new ideas from a book
I can identify new information and incorporate it into my personal
knowledge

Targets about Inferring and Understanding Characters
I can infer the causes for a characters feelings, motives or actions
I can show evidence in the words or in the pictures to support my
inferences
I can show empathy for characters and infer their feelings and
motivations
I can double infer within a book (what is being told AND not being told)

Targets about Analyzing Books
I can classify a book as fiction or nonfiction
I can classify a book as realistic fiction, fantasy, traditional literature, or
play)
I can notice a writers use of specific words to convey meaning
I can identify the point in a story when the problem is resolved
I can discuss whether a story could be true and tell why

Targets about Critiquing Books
I can express my opinion about a book and state my reasons why
I can make judgments about characters or events in a book
I can agree or disagree with the ideas in a book

Targets about Informational Text
I can notice how the author selected interesting information for a book
I can search for specific facts in informational texts
I can remember important information from a factual text
I can ask and answer questions about important details in a book*
I can identify the main topic and key details in a book*
I can identify the reasons that support the main idea*
I can identify similarities and differences between two books on the
same topic*
I know and use text features (headings, table of contents, glossaries,
icons, labels)
Compiled By Michelle E. Vanston using The Continuum of Literacy Learning (2007) By Irene
Foutnas and Gay Su Pinnell and the Common Core State Standards.