TK-8 District of Choice

Communicator Profile

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Students are learning to communicate clearly for a range of purposes and environments, listen effectively to comprehend meaning, articulate thoughts through oral, non-verbal and written communication, use media and technologies effectively, and know how to judge their effectiveness and impact.


  • Acknowledges multiple perspectives and conveys empathy in various exchanges.
  • Employs active listening strategies to advance understanding.
  • Speaks in a purposeful manner to inform, influence, motivate, or entertain listeners. Incorporates effective writing skills for various purposes and audiences.
  • Uses technological skills and digital tools to exchange ideas.
  • Expresses thoughts, ideas, and emotions meaningfully and creatively.

Learning Targets

  • I can restate and add on to what others say.
  • I can synthesize the main points and reference key details after listening.
  • I can ask thoughtful questions that develop or challenge a topic or line of reasoning.
  • I can use tools to communicate.
  • I can synthesize other’s opinions and perspectives.

Transitional Kindergarten - 2nd Grade

  1. I can listen and repeat what others say about the topic.
  2. I can retell the main idea and key details of a story.
  3. I can ask questions that help me understand what I am learning.
  4. I can communicate using different technology tools.
  5. I can relate to others thoughts and opinions.

3rd - 5th Grades

  1. I can listen, restate, and contribute my own ideas.
  2. I can identify the main idea and provide evidence to support the details.
  3. I can ask questions about another’s opinion to better understand their thinking.
  4. I can use a variety of technology tools to share thoughts, ideas, and information.
  5. I can listen to other’s opinions and try to understand their point of view.

6th - 8th Grades

  1. I can paraphrase and add pertinent information to discussions.
  2. I can sequence the main points and ideas, and provide evidence and support for them.
  3. I can think about what others have said and respond appropriately depending on whether I concur or disagree with the information presented.
  4. I can use technology to share information and communicate with others.
  5. I can summarize others’ points of view showing my understanding of their ideas.