Reading Overview Gr 3 - Montgomery County Public Schools
Curriculum 2.0 Reading / Language Arts By the end of third grade, students: Create and follow rules for collaborative conversations. Acquire and use academic and conversational vocabulary. Using a variety of culturally relevant
texts, third grade students read and discuss the characteristics of: realistic fiction historical fiction poetry and plays
folktales and myths Third grade students: Read to analyze how ideas develop and connect throughout a text Examine common themes in literature
Identify a personal point of view about a characters actions Examine how events unfold Study how authors share real and imagined experiences Third grade students:
Read informational text to apply knowledge gained from text features Identify main ideas Explain how text, online features, and search tools clarify information
Ask and answer questions about how ideas develop in informational text Using a variety of print and digital texts, third grade students read and discuss: Characteristics of literary non-fiction The relationship between historical fiction and real topics and events
How autobiographies, journals, blogs, and interviews communicate information How does small group instruction fit into Curriculum 2.0? Instruction throughout all marking periods should include small-group instruction. The expectation is that guided reading occurs daily as it provides an opportunity for students to develop skills and strategies while
reading instructional level text. Sample learning tasks demonstrate one way to teach standards and indicators. Use sample learning tasks to develop guided reading lessons substituting appropriately leveled text. Curriculum 2.0 Reading / Language Arts
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