Students will read, write, listen, and speak for critical analysis and evaluation.
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Analyze and evaluate nonfiction texts, including professional journals, technical manuals, and position papers, to determine the writer’s perspectives, purposes, and intended audience
Analyze and evaluate poetry in order to recognize the use and effect of
Engage in oral reading activities, such as choral readings, and a variety of written responses, such as double entry journals, to identify and distinguish examples of verse form
Form opinions and make judgments about literary works by analyzing and evaluating texts from more than one critical perspective, such as a social perspective
Select, reject, and reconcile ideas and information in light of beliefs