Indiana LA Standard 6.2.4 Clarify an understanding of texts by creating outlines, notes, diagrams, summaries, or reports.
Take notes while reading to create an outline or graphic organizer, such as a concept map, flow chart, or diagram, of the
main ideas and supporting details from what is read. Read an informational book and summarize the main ideas.
Indiana LA Standard 6.4.3 Write informational pieces of several paragraphs that:
engage the interest of the reader.
state a clear purpose.
develop the topic with supporting details and precise language.
conclude with a detailed summary linked to the purpose of the composition.
Indiana LA Standard 6.4.5 Use note-taking skills.
Indiana LA Standard 6.4.6 Use organizational features of electronic text (on computers), such as bulletin boards, databases,
keyword searches, and e-mail addresses, to locate information.
Indiana LA Standard 6.4.7 Use a computer to compose documents with appropriate formatting by using word-processing skills and
principles of design, including margins, tabs, spacing, columns, and page orientation.