CR7.1

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CR7.1 a. View, listen to, and read and respond to a variety of visual, oral, print, and multimedia (including digital) texts that address the grade-level themes and issues related to identity, social responsibility, and efficacy including those that reflect diverse personal identities, worldviews, and backgrounds (e.g., appearance, culture, socio-economic status, ability, age, gender, sexual orientation, language, career pathway).

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CR7.1 b. Demonstrate comprehension and response to visual, oral, print, and multimedia (including digital) texts by:

understanding the ideas: Construct and justify interpretation of text; accurately restate and paraphrase main ideas; interpret the purpose and theme; identify evidence that supports the interpretation; generate and respond to comprehension tasks or questions providing details and support from the text; compare new information with previous knowledge and beliefs; describe setting, characters, main events, conflict, and how they are related; state and support beliefs about characters' motivations and feelings; use information and ideas from a variety of sources (including newspapers, websites, electronic media, anthologies, magazines) to complete tasks.

understanding and using the text structures and (language) features of texts to construct meaning: Identify key text features (e.g., headings, diagrams, paragraphs); recognize organization (e.g., plot) and structural cues within texts (e.g., transition words); recognize images and rhetorical techniques in texts (e.g., hyperbole, parallelism, colour, repetition); make thoughtful and critical response to craft in a variety of texts; identify how texts were constructed, shaped, and produced.

responding to and interpreting texts: Offer reasonable interpretations of a wide range of visual, oral, written, and multimedia (including digital) texts; evaluate the ideas, arguments, and influence of texts; analyze ideas and information; support personal and critical responses with support from text; evaluate effectiveness of various texts including ideas, elements, techniques, and overall effect; develop personal responses and offer reasons for and examples of judgements, feelings, and opinions (e.g., learning logs, response journals); describe setting and atmosphere, main characters and characterization techniques, conflicts, and events in some detail; make logical inferences about characters' and author's message, purpose, or theme; identify main ideas; make accurate notes using logical categories; make and support interpretations; make reasonable assertions; write and deliver oral responses to texts.

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CR7.1 c. Compare own with others' understanding of people, cultural traditions, and values portrayed in texts.

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CR7.1 d. Compare the choices and behaviours of individuals presented in visual, oral, print, and multimedia texts.

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CR7.1 e. Compare new information with previous knowledge and beliefs.

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CR7.1 f. Connect characters, themes, and situation in texts with own experiences and other texts.

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CR7.1 g. Compare texts to present day lives.

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