Access Point #: LAFS.4.RL.1.AP.3a

Refer to text information that relates to one specific aspect of either the relationship between characters, setting, events or conflicts.

Essential Understandings

  • Identify the basic elements of a story (e.g., character, setting, events or conflicts).
  • Describe characters, settings and events within a story.
  • Answer simple questions about how two of the elements are related (e.g., Where does the character live? [to address relationship between character and setting]; and Why is the character upset? [to address relationship between character and conflict]).
General Information
Number: LAFS.4.RL.1.AP.3a
Category: Access Points
Date Adopted or Revised: 06/14

Related Standards

This access point is an alternate version of the following benchmark(s).

Related Courses

This access point is part of these courses.
7713010: Music: K-5
5010010: English for Speakers of Other Languages-Elementary
5010020: Basic Skills in Reading-K-2
5010030: Functional Basic Skills in Communications-Elementary
5010050: Reading-Elementary
5010060: Integrated Language Arts-Elementary
5010045: Language Arts - Grade Four
7710015: Access Language Arts - Grade 4
5010240: Theatre – Intermediate 2
5013100: Music - Intermediate 2
7713040: Access Music Grade 4
5004240: Theatre Intermediate 2

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Element Cards

ELA Literary Text 3-5 Element Cards:

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Teaching Idea

Curriculum Resource Guide Reading Literary Texts:

complete unit

Type: Teaching Idea

Unit/Lesson Sequence

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Type: Unit/Lesson Sequence

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