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• are aware of root words, endings, compound words, and contractions

• recognize main idea and cause/effect

• draw conclusions

Second Grade in second grade, children are beginning to develop the following reading skills:

• sound out unfamiliar words based on individual letter sounds

• identify words from contextual clues

• vary pitch and stress when reading aloud

• recognize character, setting, and motive of story

• use library for research

• interpret graphs

• use dictionary

• master harder phonetic skills

• understand root words and endings

• are aware of syllabication

Third Grade in third grade, children are beginning to develop the following reading skills:

• have growing sight vocabulary and word-analysis ability

• understand homophones

• have increased reading speed

• develop silent reading skills

• distinguish fiction and nonfiction, fact versus opinion

• understand synonyms and antonyms

• recognize author's purpose

• use encyclopedia

• interpret diagrams

Fourth Grade in fourth grade, children are beginning to develop the following reading skills:

• begin to develop different reading styles for different types of reading

• expand vocabulary

• understand plot and main idea

• summarize a book or article

• organize study materials

• understand different genres (biography, folktales, science fiction, and so on)

• understand author's point of view

• can read a newspaper

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