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  • Standard Area - TECH: Learning Standards for Technology
    (see MST standards under Previous Standard Versions)
              • May Include - ESL.I.5-
                Strategies such as skimming, scanning, previewing, reviewing, discussing, listening selectively, listening for a specific purpose, listening for main ideas and details, note taking, using structural and context clues, cognates, format, sequence, and an understanding of letter-sound relationships to decode difficult words.
            • Performance Indicator - ESL.I.5-
              Students select information appropriate to the purpose of the investigation, relate ideas from one written or spoken source to another, and exclude nonessential information.
            • Performance Indicator - ESL.I.5-
              Students compare, contrast, categorize, and synthesize to gain a deeper understanding of information and objects.
            • Performance Indicator - ESL.I.5-
              Students formulate, ask, and respond to various question forms to obtain, clarify, and extend information and meaning.
            • Performance Indicator - ESL.I.5-
              Students select a focus, organization, and point of view for oral and written presentations, and justify this selection.
            • Performance Indicator - ESL.I.5-
              Students distinguish between fact and opinion, and relevant and irrelevant information, and exclude nonessential information in oral and written presentations.
            • Performance Indicator - ESL.I.5-
              Students use the process of prewriting, drafting, revising, peer editing, and proofreading (the "writing process") to produce well-constructed informational texts.
            • Performance Indicator - ESL.I.5-
              Students consult print and nonprint resources (e.g., audio/visual media, family) in native language when needed.
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