4.1.3 Adapt models from listening, reading, and viewing experiences to enhance own oral, written, and visual texts using organizational patterns [such as stanzas, chronological order, paragraphs...].
4.2 Enhance and Improve
4.2.1 Share own stories and creations at appropriate times during revision and use criteria to provide feedback for others and to revise and assess own work and presentations.
4.2.2 Revise to eliminate unnecessary information.
4.2.3 Write legibly and at a pace appropriate to context and purpose when composing and revising; select and use a variety of formatting options [such as spacing, graphics, titles and headings, variety of font sizes and styles...] when appropriate.
4.2.4 Choose language, sounds, and images [including transitional devices] to enhance meaning and emphasis.
4.3.2 Know and apply spelling conventions using appropriate strategies [including structural analysis, syllabication, and visual memory] and spelling patterns when editing and proofreading; use a variety of resources to determine the spelling of common exceptions to conventional spelling patterns.
4.4.1 Share information on a topic with class members in a planned and focused group session using a variety of strategies [such as interactive dialogues, demonstrations, dramatizations, audio-visual and artistic representations...].
4.4.2 Use appropriate volume, phrasing, intonation, non-verbal cues [such as body language, facial expression...], and presentation space to enhance communication.
4.4.3 Demonstrate critical listening and viewing skills and strategies [such as recognizing main idea and details, identifying inference...] and show respect for presenter(s) through appropriate audience behaviours [such as giving non-verbal encouragement, responding to emotional aspects of the presentation...].