Msa Practice Documentsmr. Slack's 3rd Grade Language Arts


This document contains a Practice Test that shows what each part, or session, of the actual grade 3 transitional English Language Arts assessment is like. The Practice Test may be used at home or at school for students to become familiar with the iLEAP test they will take in spring 2013.

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By the end of third grade, your child should be able to do the following tasks in each area.



  • Pay attention in groups.
  • Understand grade-level information.

Msa Practice Documents Mr. Slack's 3rd Grade Language Arts Syllabus


  • Speak clearly. Know when to talk with a soft or loud voice.
  • Ask and answer questions.
  • Be a part of conversations and group discussions.
  • Use words related to school subjects. For example, math, science, or history words.
  • Stay on topic, use eye contact, and take turns in conversation.
  • Summarize a story.
  • Explain what she learned in school.


  • Understand phonics, or how sounds and words go together.
  • Use word analysis skills. This means knowing root words, prefixes, and suffixes. For example, he can add the prefix 'bi' to the root word 'cycle' for 'bicycle.' Or, he can add the suffix 'ist' to the root word 'cycle' for 'cyclist.'
  • Use clues from a story to help understand what she reads.
  • Predict and explain what will happen next in stories. Compare stories and tell how stories are different.
  • Ask and answer questions about what he reads.
  • Use what she knows to learn about new topics.
  • Read grade-level books with few mistakes.
  • Reread and correct errors.


Msa Practice Documentsmr. Slack's 3rd Grade Language Arts Grade

  • Plan, organize, revise, and edit.
  • Write stories, letters, and short reports.
  • Use details in writing. Spell simple words correctly. Correct most spelling without help. Use a dictionary to correct spelling.
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