RI.1.6

Distinguish between information provided by pictures or other illustrations and information provided by the words in a text.

 


VOCABULARY
  • artist
  • author
  • ideas
  • illustration

  • illustrator
  • information
  • pictures

UNDERSTANDING THE STANDARD what's this
  • Authors write text and illustrators create pictures that work together to transmit information to the reader.
  • A reader creates a mental image from written text based on their own life experiences.
  • Illustrations enhance a reader’s understanding of the information that an author intends to convey.
  • Illustrations enable a reader to compare their own mental images formed while reading with the images used by an author to illustrate their ideas.

QUESTIONS TO FOCUS INSTRUCTION  what's this

  • What is the effect of words and illustrations on a reader?
  • What are the different purposes served by words and illustrations?

 


LEARNING PROGRESSION
Go to RI.K.6 to see skills mastered prior to this.
Go to RI.2.6 to see the progression of related skills.