4th ELA IXL CCSS Lesson Links

L.4.1

 

L.4.1.a

Identify relative pronouns (4-EE.9)

Use relative pronouns: who and whom (4-EE.10)

Use relative pronouns: who, whom, whose, which, and that (4-EE.11)

Use relative adverbs (4-JJ.7)

 

L.4.1.b

Use the progressive verb tenses (4-HH.13)

Form the progressive verb tenses (4-HH.14)

 

L.4.1.c

What does the modal verb show? (4-FF.4)

Use the correct modal verb (4-FF.5)

 

L.4.1.d

Order adjectives (4-JJ.4)

 

L.4.1.e

Order the words to create a sentence (4-CC.10)

Identify prepositions (4-KK.1)

Identify prepositions and their objects (4-KK.2)

Identify prepositional phrases (4-KK.3)

Prepositions: review (4-KK.4)

 

L.4.1.f

Create varied sentences based on models (4-P.1)

Identify the complete subject of a sentence (4-CC.2)

Identify the complete predicate of a sentence (4-CC.3)

Is it a complete sentence or a fragment? (4-CC.5)

Is it a complete sentence or a run-on? (4-CC.6)

Is it a complete sentence, a fragment, or a run-on? (4-CC.7)

Order the words to create a sentence (4-CC.10)

 

L.4.1.g

Homophones with pictures (4-W.1)

Identify homophones (4-W.2)

Use the correct homophone (4-W.3)

Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing.

 

L.4.2

 

L.4.2.a

Capitalizing the names of people and pets and titles of respect (4-OO.1)

Capitalizing days, months, and holidays (4-OO.2)

Capitalizing the names of places and geographic features (4-OO.3)

Capitalizing the names of historical events, periods, and documents (4-OO.4)

Capitalizing proper adjectives, nationalities, and languages (4-OO.5)

Capitalization: review (4-OO.6)

Capitalizing titles (4-QQ.3)

 

L.4.2.b

Punctuating dialogue (4-QQ.6)

 

L.4.2.c

Use coordinating conjunctions (4-M.2)

Create compound sentences (4-CC.9)

Identify coordinating conjunctions (4-LL.1)

 

L.4.2.d

Use the prefixes pre-, re-, and mis- (4-R.3)

Word pattern analogies (4-R.11)

Word pattern sentences (4-R.12)

Form compound words with pictures (4-T.1)

Form compound words (4-T.2)

Form and use compound words (4-T.3)

Use the correct homophone (4-W.3)

Use guide words (4-BB.5)

Form regular plurals with -s, -es, and -ies (4-DD.5)

Use regular plurals with -s, -es, and -ies (4-DD.6)

Form regular plurals with -s, -es, -ies, and -ves (4-DD.7)

Use regular plurals with -s, -es, -ies, and -ves (4-DD.8)

Form and use irregular plurals (4-DD.10)

Form the singular or plural possessive (4-DD.12)

Identify and correct errors with plural and possessive nouns (4-DD.13)

Form and use the regular past tense (4-HH.3)

Form and use the irregular past tense: set 1 (4-HH.5)

Form and use the irregular past tense: set 2 (4-HH.6)

Form and use the irregular past tense: set 3 (4-HH.7)

Form and use the irregular past tense: set 4 (4-HH.8)

Spell adjectives that compare (4-JJ.11)

Pronoun-verb contractions (4-MM.1)

Contractions with "not" (4-MM.2)

Knowledge of Language

Apply knowledge of language to understand how language functions in different contexts, to make effective choices for meaning or style, and to comprehend more fully when reading or listening.

 

L.4.3

 

L.4.3.a

Sort sensory details (4-D.1)

Order items from most general to most specific (4-L.2)

Show character emotions and traits (4-O.1)

Choose the synonym (4-V.1)

Choose the antonym (4-V.4)

Shades of meaning with pictures (4-Z.1)

Describe the difference between related words (4-Z.2)

Positive and negative connotation (4-Z.3)

Use thesaurus entries (4-BB.8)

 

L.4.3.b

 

L.4.3.c

Vocabulary Acquisition and Use

Determine or clarify the meaning of unknown and multiple-meaning words and phrases by using context clues, analyzing meaningful word parts, and consulting general and specialized reference materials, as appropriate.

 

L.4.4

 

L.4.4.a

Determine the meanings of similes and metaphors (4-E.4)

Vocabulary review: Identify story elements (4-H.3)

Vocabulary review: Analyze short stories (4-H.5)

Vocabulary review: Read and understand informational passages (4-I.2)

Which sentence has the same meaning? (4-V.2)

Find synonyms in context (4-V.3)

Find antonyms in context (4-V.6)

Which definition matches the sentence? (4-X.2)

Which sentence matches the definition? (4-X.3)

Determine the meaning of idioms from context: set 1 (4-Y.1)

Determine the meaning of idioms from context: set 2 (4-Y.3)

Find words using context (4-AA.1)

Determine the meaning of words using synonyms in context (4-AA.2)

Use context to identify the meaning of a word (4-AA.3)

Determine the meaning of domain-specific words with pictures (4-AA.4)

 

L.4.4.b

Identify base words, prefixes, and suffixes (4-R.1)

Determine the meaning of a word with pre-, re-, or mis- (4-R.2)

Use the prefixes pre-, re-, and mis- (4-R.3)

Determine the meaning of a word with -ful or -less (4-R.4)

Determine the meaning of a word with -ly or -ness (4-R.5)

Determine the meaning of a word with -able or -ment (4-R.6)

Determine the meaning of a word with a suffix: review (4-R.7)

Determine the meanings of words with prefixes and suffixes: review (4-R.8)

Sort words with shared prefixes and suffixes by meaning (4-R.9)

Sort words by shared Greek or Latin roots (4-S.1)

Use Greek and Latin roots as clues to the meanings of words (4-S.2)

Use the meanings of words as clues to the meanings of Greek and Latin roots (4-S.3)

Determine the meanings of Greek and Latin roots (4-S.4)

Determine the meanings of words with Greek and Latin roots (4-S.5)

Match words with Greek and Latin roots to their meanings (4-S.6)

 

L.4.4.c

Use guide words (4-BB.5)

Use dictionary entries (4-BB.6)

Use dictionary definitions (4-BB.7)

Use thesaurus entries (4-BB.8)

Demonstrate understanding of figurative language, word relationships, and nuances in word meanings.

 

L.4.5

 

L.4.5.a

Similes and metaphors with pictures (4-E.3)

Determine the meanings of similes and metaphors (4-E.4)

 

L.4.5.b

Determine the meaning of idioms from context: set 1 (4-Y.1)

Identify the meaning of idioms and adages: set 1 (4-Y.2)

Determine the meaning of idioms from context: set 2 (4-Y.3)

Identify the meaning of idioms and adages: set 2 (4-Y.4)

 

L.4.5.c

Choose the synonym (4-V.1)

Which sentence has the same meaning? (4-V.2)

Find synonyms in context (4-V.3)

Choose the antonym (4-V.4)

Which sentence uses an antonym? (4-V.5)

Find antonyms in context (4-V.6)

Describe the difference between related words (4-Z.2)

Positive and negative connotation (4-Z.3)

Determine the meaning of words using synonyms in context (4-AA.2)

Use thesaurus entries (4-BB.8)

L.4.6

Sort sensory details (4-D.1)

Vocabulary review: Identify story elements (4-H.3)

Vocabulary review: Analyze short stories (4-H.5)

Vocabulary review: Read and understand informational passages (4-I.2)

Determine the meaning of a word with pre-, re-, or mis- (4-R.2)

Use the prefixes pre-, re-, and mis- (4-R.3)

Determine the meaning of a word with -ful or -less (4-R.4)

Determine the meaning of a word with -ly or -ness (4-R.5)

Determine the meaning of a word with -able or -ment (4-R.6)

Determine the meaning of a word with a suffix: review (4-R.7)

Determine the meanings of words with prefixes and suffixes: review (4-R.8)

Sort words by shared Greek or Latin roots (4-S.1)

Use Greek and Latin roots as clues to the meanings of words (4-S.2)

Use the meanings of words as clues to the meanings of Greek and Latin roots (4-S.3)

Determine the meanings of Greek and Latin roots (4-S.4)

Determine the meanings of words with Greek and Latin roots (4-S.5)

Match words with Greek and Latin roots to their meanings (4-S.6)

Positive and negative connotation (4-Z.3)

Find words using context (4-AA.1)

Determine the meaning of words using synonyms in context (4-AA.2)

Use context to identify the meaning of a word (4-AA.3)

Determine the meaning of domain-specific words with pictures (4-AA.4)

 

RF.4 Foundational Skills

 

RF.4.3

 

RF.4.3.a

Identify base words, prefixes, and suffixes (4-R.1)

Determine the meaning of a word with pre-, re-, or mis- (4-R.2)

Determine the meaning of a word with -ful or -less (4-R.4)

Determine the meaning of a word with -ly or -ness (4-R.5)

Determine the meaning of a word with -able or -ment (4-R.6)

Determine the meaning of a word with a suffix: review (4-R.7)

Determine the meanings of words with prefixes and suffixes: review (4-R.8)

Sort words with shared prefixes and suffixes by meaning (4-R.9)

Sort words with shared suffixes by part of speech (4-R.10)

Word pattern analogies (4-R.11)

Word pattern sentences (4-R.12)

Sort words by shared Greek or Latin roots (4-S.1)

Use Greek and Latin roots as clues to the meanings of words (4-S.2)

Use the meanings of words as clues to the meanings of Greek and Latin roots (4-S.3)

Determine the meanings of Greek and Latin roots (4-S.4)

Determine the meanings of words with Greek and Latin roots (4-S.5)

Match words with Greek and Latin roots to their meanings (4-S.6)

Form compound words with pictures (4-T.1)

Form compound words (4-T.2)

Form and use compound words (4-T.3)

RF.4.4

 

RF.4.4.a

Determine the main idea (4-A.1)

Determine the order of events in informational texts (4-C.1)

Compare and contrast in informational texts (4-C.2)

Match causes and effects in informational texts (4-C.3)

Match problems with their solutions (4-C.4)

Identify sensory details (4-D.2)

Compare and contrast characters (4-F.2)

Distinguish characters' points of view (4-F.3)

Make predictions about a story (4-G.2)

Determine the themes of myths, fables, and folktales (4-H.1)

Identify story elements (4-H.2)

Analyze short stories (4-H.4)

Read and understand informational passages (4-I.1)

Compare information from two texts (4-I.3)

Identify supporting details in literary texts (4-N.4)

Identify supporting details in informational texts (4-N.5)

Determine the meaning of domain-specific words with pictures (4-AA.4)

 

RF.4.4.b

RF.4.4.c

Similes and metaphors with pictures (4-E.3)

Determine the meanings of similes and metaphors (4-E.4)

Interpret the meaning of an allusion from its source (4-E.5)

Vocabulary review: Identify story elements (4-H.3)

Vocabulary review: Analyze short stories (4-H.5)

Vocabulary review: Read and understand informational passages (4-I.2)

Put the sentences in order (4-L.1)

Which definition matches the sentence? (4-X.2)

Which sentence matches the definition? (4-X.3)

Determine the meaning of idioms from context: set 1 (4-Y.1)

Determine the meaning of idioms from context: set 2 (4-Y.3)

Find words using context (4-AA.1)

Determine the meaning of words using synonyms in context (4-AA.2)

Use context to identify the meaning of a word (4-AA.3)

Determine the meaning of domain-specific words with pictures (4-AA.4)

Use action verbs (4-FF.1)

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

RI.4 Reading: Informational Text

 

RI.4.1

Compare and contrast in informational texts (4-C.2)

Match causes and effects in informational texts (4-C.3)

Match problems with their solutions (4-C.4)

Compare information from two texts (4-I.3)

Identify supporting details in informational texts (4-N.5)

Jamestown: the early years (Social studies 4-A.1)

New England colonies: religion and government (Social studies 4-A.4)

New England colonies: economy and conflict (Social studies 4-A.5)

Middle colonies: founding and government (Social studies 4-A.6)

Middle colonies: economy and society (Social studies 4-A.7)

Southern colonies: economy and slavery (Social studies 4-A.9)

The American Revolution: preparing for war (Social studies 4-B.5)

The American Revolution: struggle for independence (Social studies 4-B.6)

The American Revolution: turning the tide of the war (Social studies 4-B.7)

The Louisiana Purchase (Social studies 4-C.1)

Antebellum Period: abolitionist and proslavery perspectives (Social studies 4-C.6)

Antebellum Period: slavery and politics part II (Social studies 4-C.8)

The Civil War: the First Battle of Bull Run to Gettysburg (Social studies 4-D.2)

The Civil War: war tactics and the home front (Social studies 4-D.3)

The Civil War: the end of the war (Social studies 4-D.4)

Reconstruction (Social studies 4-D.5)

World War I: the road to peace (Social studies 4-E.4)

World War II: lead-up to war in Europe, Asia (Social studies 4-E.8)

World War II: global events (Social studies 4-E.9)

The Bill of Rights (Social studies 4-K.5)

Thanksgiving (Social studies 4-M.1)

Understand quantity supplied and quantity demanded (Social studies 4-P.1)

Understand overall supply and demand (Social studies 4-P.2)

Create and use supply and demand curves (Social studies 4-P.3)

Identify shortage and surplus (Social studies 4-P.4)

Identify shortage and surplus with graphs (Social studies 4-P.5)

Identify shortage and surplus with data (Social studies 4-P.6)

 

RI.4.2

Determine the main idea (4-A.1)

Determine the order of events in informational texts (4-C.1)

Compare and contrast in informational texts (4-C.2)

Match causes and effects in informational texts (4-C.3)

Match problems with their solutions (4-C.4)

Read and understand informational passages (4-I.1)

Compare information from two texts (4-I.3)

Identify supporting details in informational texts (4-N.5)

 

RI.4.3

Determine the order of events in informational texts (4-C.1)

Compare and contrast in informational texts (4-C.2)

Match causes and effects in informational texts (4-C.3)

Match problems with their solutions (4-C.4)

Identify text structures (4-C.5)

Identify supporting details in informational texts (4-N.5)

Jamestown: the early years (Social studies 4-A.1)

New England colonies: economy and conflict (Social studies 4-A.5)

Thanksgiving (Social studies 4-M.1)

Understand quantity supplied and quantity demanded (Social studies 4-P.1)

Understand overall supply and demand (Social studies 4-P.2)

RI.4.4

Vocabulary review: Read and understand informational passages (4-I.2)

Find synonyms in context (4-V.3)

Find antonyms in context (4-V.6)

Find words using context (4-AA.1)

Determine the meaning of words using synonyms in context (4-AA.2)

Use context to identify the meaning of a word (4-AA.3)

Determine the meaning of domain-specific words with pictures (4-AA.4)

Jamestown: the early years (Social studies 4-A.1)

New England colonies: religion and government (Social studies 4-A.4)

Middle colonies: economy and society (Social studies 4-A.7)

World War I: the war begins (Social studies 4-E.2)

The Great Depression: part I (Social studies 4-E.5)

 

RI.4.5

Determine the order of events in informational texts (4-C.1)

Match causes and effects in informational texts (4-C.3)

Match problems with their solutions (4-C.4)

Identify text structures (4-C.5)

 

RI.4.6

 

RI.4.7

Read graphic organizers (4-J.2)

Jamestown: the early years (Social studies 4-A.1)

Jamestown: growth of a colony (Social studies 4-A.2)

Plymouth (Social studies 4-A.3)

New England colonies: religion and government (Social studies 4-A.4)

New England colonies: economy and conflict (Social studies 4-A.5)

Middle colonies: founding and government (Social studies 4-A.6)

Middle colonies: economy and society (Social studies 4-A.7)

Southern colonies: founding and government (Social studies 4-A.8)

Southern colonies: economy and slavery (Social studies 4-A.9)

The American Revolution: the Thirteen Colonies under British rule (Social studies 4-B.1)

The American Revolution: preparing for war (Social studies 4-B.5)

The American Revolution: turning the tide of the war (Social studies 4-B.7)

The American Revolution: conclusion and aftermath (Social studies 4-B.8)

The Louisiana Purchase (Social studies 4-C.1)

The Lewis and Clark Expedition (Social studies 4-C.2)

Antebellum Period: economies of the North and South (Social studies 4-C.5)

Antebellum Period: slavery and politics part I (Social studies 4-C.7)

Antebellum Period: slavery and politics part II (Social studies 4-C.8)

The Civil War: the beginning of the war (Social studies 4-D.1)

The Civil War: war tactics and the home front (Social studies 4-D.3)

The Civil War: the end of the war (Social studies 4-D.4)

Reconstruction (Social studies 4-D.5)

World War I: the road to war (Social studies 4-E.1)

World War I: the war begins (Social studies 4-E.2)

World War I: events of the war (Social studies 4-E.3)

World War II: lead-up to war in Europe, Asia (Social studies 4-E.8)

World War II: global events (Social studies 4-E.9)

Read a map: cardinal directions (Social studies 4-F.1)

Identify lines of latitude and longitude (Social studies 4-F.2)

Use lines of latitude and longitude (Social studies 4-F.3)

The Constitution (Social studies 4-K.4)

Checks and balances (Social studies 4-K.6)

The Washington Monument (Social studies 4-L.6)

Thanksgiving (Social studies 4-M.1)

Create and use supply and demand curves (Social studies 4-P.3)

Identify shortage and surplus with graphs (Social studies 4-P.5)

Identify shortage and surplus with data (Social studies 4-P.6)

 

RI.4.8

Read and understand informational passages (4-I.1)

Compare information from two texts (4-I.3)

Identify supporting details in informational texts (4-N.5)

 

RI.4.9

Compare information from two texts (4-I.3)

Organize information by main idea (4-L.3)

RI.4.10

Determine the main idea (4-A.1)

Read and understand informational passages (4-I.1)

Determine the meaning of domain-specific words with pictures (4-AA.4)

Plymouth (Social studies 4-A.3)

New England colonies: economy and conflict (Social studies 4-A.5)

Middle colonies: founding and government (Social studies 4-A.6)

Middle colonies: economy and society (Social studies 4-A.7)

The American Revolution: struggle for independence (Social studies 4-B.6)

The American Revolution: turning the tide of the war (Social studies 4-B.7)

World War I: the road to peace (Social studies 4-E.4)

Thanksgiving (Social studies 4-M.1)

 

RL.4 Literature

 

RL.4.1

Identify story elements (4-H.2)

Analyze short stories (4-H.4)

Identify supporting details in literary texts (4-N.4)

 

RL.4.2

Determine the themes of myths, fables, and folktales (4-H.1)

Identify story elements (4-H.2)

 

RL.4.3

Use actions and dialogue to understand characters (4-F.1)

Compare and contrast characters (4-F.2)

Distinguish characters' points of view (4-F.3)

Identify story elements (4-H.2)

Analyze short stories (4-H.4)

Show character emotions and traits (4-O.1)

Craft and Structure

RL.4.4

Similes and metaphors with pictures (4-E.3)

Determine the meanings of similes and metaphors (4-E.4)

Interpret the meaning of an allusion from its source (4-E.5)

Analyze the effects of figures of speech on meaning and tone (4-E.6)

Vocabulary review: Identify story elements (4-H.3)

Vocabulary review: Analyze short stories (4-H.5)

Which definition matches the sentence? (4-X.2)

Which sentence matches the definition? (4-X.3)

Determine the meaning of idioms from context: set 1 (4-Y.1)

Determine the meaning of idioms from context: set 2 (4-Y.3)

Find words using context (4-AA.1)

Determine the meaning of words using synonyms in context (4-AA.2)

Use context to identify the meaning of a word (4-AA.3)

 

RL.4.5

Label the rhyme scheme (4-K.1)

Identify elements of poetry (4-K.2)

 

RL.4.6

Identify the narrative point of view (4-E.1)

Distinguish characters' points of view (4-F.3)

Integration of Knowledge and Ideas

 

RL.4.7

Compare mythological illustrations (4-J.1)

 

RL.4.9

Determine the themes of myths, fables, and folktales (4-H.1)

Range of Reading and Level of Text Complexity

 

RL.4.10

Determine the themes of myths, fables, and folktales (4-H.1)

Identify story elements (4-H.2)

Analyze short stories (4-H.4)

 

W.4 Writing

 

W.4.1

 

W.4.1.a

Identify the purpose of a text (4-B.1)

Organize information by main idea (4-L.3)

Distinguish facts from opinions (4-N.1)

Identify an author's statement of opinion (4-N.2)

 

W.4.1.b

Choose reasons to support an opinion (4-N.3)

Identify supporting details in literary texts (4-N.4)

Identify supporting details in informational texts (4-N.5)

 

W.4.1.c

Use coordinating conjunctions (4-M.2)

Use subordinating conjunctions (4-M.3)

Choose the best transition (4-M.4)

 

W.4.1.d

 

W.4.2

 

W.4.2.a

Put the sentences in order (4-L.1)

Organize information by main idea (4-L.3)

 

W.4.2.b

Distinguish facts from opinions (4-N.1)

Choose reasons to support an opinion (4-N.3)

Identify supporting details in literary texts (4-N.4)

Identify supporting details in informational texts (4-N.5)

 

W.4.2.c

Use coordinating conjunctions (4-M.2)

Use subordinating conjunctions (4-M.3)

Choose the best transition (4-M.4)

 

W.4.2.d

Order items from most general to most specific (4-L.2)

Shades of meaning with pictures (4-Z.1)

Describe the difference between related words (4-Z.2)

Positive and negative connotation (4-Z.3)

Determine the meaning of domain-specific words with pictures (4-AA.4)

 

W.4.2.e

W.4.3

 

W.4.3.a

Put the sentences in order (4-L.1)

 

W.4.3.b

Use actions and dialogue to understand characters (4-F.1)

Show character emotions and traits (4-O.1)

 

W.4.3.c

Put the sentences in order (4-L.1)

Identify time-order words (4-M.1)

Choose the best transition (4-M.4)

 

W.4.3.d

Sort sensory details (4-D.1)

Identify sensory details (4-D.2)

Order items from most general to most specific (4-L.2)

Shades of meaning with pictures (4-Z.1)

Describe the difference between related words (4-Z.2)

Positive and negative connotation (4-Z.3)

 

W.4.3.e

 

W.4.4

Identify the purpose of a text (4-B.1)

Determine the order of events in informational texts (4-C.1)

Compare and contrast in informational texts (4-C.2)

Match causes and effects in informational texts (4-C.3)

Match problems with their solutions (4-C.4)

Identify text structures (4-C.5)

Organize information by main idea (4-L.3)

 

W.4.5

Put the sentences in order (4-L.1)

Organize information by main idea (4-L.3)

Choose the best transition (4-M.4)

Correct errors with signs (4-Q.1)

Is it a complete sentence or a fragment? (4-CC.5)

Is it a complete sentence or a run-on? (4-CC.6)

Is it a complete sentence, a fragment, or a run-on? (4-CC.7)

Identify and correct errors with plural and possessive nouns (4-DD.13)

Commas: review (4-NN.6)

Capitalization: review (4-OO.6)

Punctuating dialogue (4-QQ.6)

 

W.4.6

W.4.7

 

W.4.8

Determine the main idea (4-A.1)

Organize information by main idea (4-L.3)

Identify supporting details in literary texts (4-N.4)

Identify supporting details in informational texts (4-N.5)

 

W.4.9

 

W.4.9.a

Analyze the effects of figures of speech on meaning and tone (4-E.6)

Use actions and dialogue to understand characters (4-F.1)

Compare and contrast characters (4-F.2)

Analyze short stories (4-H.4)

Identify supporting details in literary texts (4-N.4)

 

W.4.9.b

Compare and contrast in informational texts (4-C.2)

Read and understand informational passages (4-I.1)

Compare information from two texts (4-I.3)

Identify supporting details in informational texts (4-N.5)

W.4.10