1. oral language: expression, home language, syntax, vocabulary, and sentence patterns
2.narrative form: knowledge of how stories work, where stories come from, what stories are composed of, sequencing, plot development, characterization, writing process, authorial intention, and use of imagination
3. conventions of print: knowledge of how print functions, including directionality, spaces between words, letters, words, and punctuation
4.code: encoding and decoding
5.word study: sight words, phonics, spelling, and decoding
6.reading for meaning
Name THREE of the Six potential impacts of the STORY DICTATION for a Story Telling curriculum on the essential tasks of a balanced approach?