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 Grade 3 Language Arts Websites
Based on Saskatchewan ELA Curriculum (2010)

Additional Resources

Compiled by Karen Hrycan
Horizon School Division
Technical help from Ken Sogge


Comprehend and Respond Strand

CR3.1  Comprehend and respond to a variety of grade-level texts
(including contemporary and traditional visual, oral, written and multimedia) that address:
  • identity (e.g. Spreading My Wings)
  • community (e.g. Hand in Hand)
  • social responsibility (e.g. All Together)
and make comparison with personal experiences.
CR3.2  View and respond to grade-appropriate visual and multimedia texts
(including videos, cartoons, illustrations, diagrams, charts, maps, and posters)
explaining reactions and connections as well as visual features that convey humour, emotion, and mood.
CR3.3  Listen to and understand information, identify main ideas and supporting details,
compare different ideas and points of view, and explain connections made between texts heard.
CR3.4  Read fluently and demonstrate comprehension of grade-appropriate fiction,
script, poetry, and non-fiction from various cultures (including First Nations and Metis)
and countries (including Canada) and explain reactions and connections to texts read.
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Compose and Create Strand

CC3.1  Compose and create a range of visual, multimedia, oral and written texts that explore:
  • identity (e.g. Spreading My Wings)
  • community (e.g. Helping Others)
  • social responsibility (e.g. Communities Around the World)
and make connections across areas of study.
CC3.2  Communicate ideas and information pertaining to topics, problems, questions, or issues
by creating easy-to-follow representations with a clear purpose.
CC3.3  Speak to present ideas and information appropriately in informal (e.g., interacting appropriately
with others to share ideas and opinions, complete tasks, and discuss concerns or problems) and some formal situations
(e.g., giving oral explanations, delivering short, simple reports, demonstrating and describing basic procedures)
for different audiences and purposes.
CC3.4  Write to communicate ideas, information, and experiences pertaining to a topic
by creating easy-to-follow writing (including a short report, a procedure, a letter, a story, a short script, and a poem)
with a clear purpose, correct paragraph structure, and interesting detail.
Assess and Reflect Strand

AR3.1  Reflect on and assess their viewing, listening, reading, speaking, writing, and other representing experiences
and the selected strategies they have used (e.g. using class-generated criteria)
AR3.2  Set personal goals to view, listen, read, speak, write, and use other forms of representing
more effectively and discuss a plan for achieving them.