Saskatchewan Curriculum Outcome-Based Resources
(CR6.1) View, listen to, read, comprehend, and respond to a variety (CR6.8) Read silently & orally  (CC6.8) Experiment with a variety of text forms (cont)
 (a) View, listen to, read & respond to a variety of texts that reflect issues related to Identity,  Social Responsibility & efficacy
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(e) Discuss own and others’ understanding of various community and cultural traditions in various times and places as portrayed in a variety of visual, multimedia, oral, and print texts

(CR6.4) View, respond, and demonstrate comprehension of visual and multimedia grade-appropriate texts

(a) Display active viewing behaviours including preparing to view

(b) View for a variety of purposes including to understand and gather information, to form an opinion, and to enjoy and appreciate

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(CR6.5) Listen purposefully to understand, respond, and analyze oral information and ideas

(e) Restate or summarize major points and supporting details after a presentation or podcast and show understanding by the actions taken

Podcasts & Audio Books

  • CBC archived podcasts
  • iTunes – Browse Kids & Family

(CR6.7) Read independently and demonstrate comprehension of a variety of information texts

Fiction & Non-Fiction




Magazines & Newspapers


(a) Create spoken, written, and other representations

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(b) Express and explain findings on a topic, question, problem, or issue in an appropriate visual, multimedia, oral, and written format using inquiry

(c) Use inquiry to explore a problem, question

Gather & record ideas & info

Answer inquiry or research questions from a variety of sources

(CC6.4) Create and present a variety of representations that communicate ideas and information to inform or persuade and to entertain an audience
(e)Incorporate aids (e.g., photographs, illustrations, models, artifacts, diagrams, sound) in presentations

(CC6.6) Use oral language appropriately to express a range of information and ideas in formal and informal situations
(g) Prepare and give oral presentations



(o) Read aloud short poetry or process passages with expression and fluency

(CC6.8) Experiment with a variety of text forms

 (c) Create narratives about an incident

(d) Create expository, informational, and procedural texts

(e) Create descriptive texts about a place

(f) Create persuasive texts on a stand or viewpoint as follows:

Digital Tools for Inspiration/Writing

(h) Share writing-in-progress in various ways (e.g., author’s circle, peer response)

Web 2.0 (Add to your Blog or wiki)


(CC6.9) Prepare a teacher-guided inquiry report related to a stand on a topic, theme, or issue

(a) Generate key research questions to guide inquiry and seek required information and data from a variety of sources

Create and follow a plan to collect and record information within a pre-established frame

Cite more than one source, when appropriate (Use two to three informational sources to research an assigned topic.)

(AR6.1 & 2) Assess & Reflect

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International Society for Technology in Education

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