Missouri Communication Arts Grade-Level Expectations Grades K-6

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1 A Correlation of 2008 to the Missouri Communication Arts Grade-Level Expectations Grades K-6 G/R-193

2 Introduction This document demonstrates how meets the objectives of the Grade Level Expectations. Correlation page references are to the Teacher s Edition. Lessons in the Teacher s Edition contain facsimile Student Edition pages. is a comprehensive reading program for Kindergarten through Grade Six that is built on solid research and prioritizes instruction for the five core areas of reading instruction for every grade: Phonemic Awareness, Phonics, Fluency, Vocabulary and Text Comprehension. Literature Reading Street provides a rich variety of genres that include a balance of fiction and nonfiction. Content-area connections support science and social studies instruction every week. With a greater emphasis on informational text, Reading Street prepares students for the kinds of selections they will encounter on state assessments. Assessment Reading Street begins the year with the Baseline Group Test to make initial grouping decision. Progress is monitored during instruction and identifies students needs along the way. The Unit Benchmark Test measures student performance and can be used to regroup. The End-of-Year Benchmark Test gives a summative assessment and shows how far students have come. Differentiated Instruction Reading Street instruction is systematic, explicit, and highly focused for all ability levels. Each unit gives a clear road map to differentiate instruction for On-Level, Strategic Intervention (below level), and Advanced readers. Group Time throughout each lesson provides scaffolded instruction for all readers. Built-in lessons for Strategic Intervention and Advanced learners supplement core instruction every day. Weekly Leveled Readers and Leveled Practice help every student practice and apply comprehension skills and vocabulary in appropriate texts. ELL Instruction Reading Street paves the way with highly focused ELL instruction, practice, and resources to meet all proficiency levels and provides an ELL Reader every week to build vocabulary, provide text support, and enrich language skills.

3 Table of Contents Kindergarten 1 Grade One 19 Grade Two 34 Grade Three 48 Grade Four 65 Grade Five 81 Grade Six 96

4 READING to the Grade-Level Expectations Kindergarten 1. Develop and apply skills and strategies to the reading process A. Print Concepts Demonstrate basic concepts of print directionality K.1: 33, 42, 50, 95, 104, 112, 159, 168, 176, 223, 232, 285, 302, 347, 364 K.2: 31, 48, 93, 102, 155, 172,219, 236, 281, 298, 343, 360 K.3: 31, 93, 110, 155, 172, 217, 234, 279, 296, 350 K.4: 31, 48, 104, 157, 174, 230, 283, 300, 356 K.5: 31, 48, 95, 119, 166, 221, 283, 300, 364 K.6: 31, 48, 102, 155, 172, 228, 281, 298, 354 print tells story Related Content: K.1: 24-31, 88-93, , , , K.2: 24-29, 86-91, , , , K.3: 24-29, 86-91, , , , K.4: 24-29, 86-93, , , , K.5: 24-29, 86-93, , , , K.6: 24-29, 86-91, , , ,

5 word by word matching Related Content: K.1: 24-31, 88-93, , , , K.2: 24-29, 86-91, , , , K.3: 24-29, 86-91, , , , K.4: 24-29, 86-93, , , , K.5: 24-29, 86-93, , , , K.6: 24-29, 86-91, , , , B. Phonemic Awareness Develop ability to hear and say separate sounds (phonemes) in words (phonemic awareness) produce rhyming words Related Content: K.1: 16, 40, 57, 111, 170, 188 K.2: 13, 53, 75, 115, 199, 263, 299 K.3: 13, 75, 144, 166, 174, 323, 334 K.4: 13, 25, 75, 139, 265, 327 K.5: 13, 75, 201, 265 K.6: 137, 199, 263 isolate consonant sounds K.1: 270, 284, 292, 309, 332, 346, 354, 363, 371 K.2: 16, 38, 47, 78, 100, 140, 162, 202, 235, 297, 328, 350 K.3: 16, 38, 55, 92, 140, 162, 179, 216, 241, 278, 295, 326, 365 K.4: 16, 55, 94, 111, 156, 173, 204, 228, 268, 307, 354, 371 K.5: 16, 55, 142, 164, 181, 204, 245, 290, 307, 346, 371 K.6: 16, 55, 109, 162, 202, 266, 297, 328, Kindergarten

6 blend onset and rime K.1: 80, 102, 111, 226, 230, 239, 267, 292, 331, 333 K.2: 17, 47, 93, 117, 155, 171, 219, 235, 281, 297, 343, 359 K.3: 31, 47, 93, 109, 155, 163, 203, 225, 265, 287, 327, 349 K.4: 17, 31, 79, 103, 143, 165, 205, 237, 283, 331, 355 K.5: 18, 47, 95, 103, 143, 165, 205, 237, 283, 331, 355 K.6: 17, 47, 93, 141, 163, 203, 235, 281, 329, 353, 361 blend spoken phonemes K.1: 271, 292, 301, 333, 354, 363, 371 K.2: 17, 93, 109, 155, 171, 219, 235, 289, 329, 359 K.3: 17, 39, 93, 109, 155, 171, 217, 279, 295, 349 K.4: 17, 39, 79, 103, 143, 165, 205, 229, 269, 291, 331, 363 K.5: 17, 39, 79, 103, 143, 173, 221, 237, 283, 331, 363 K.6: 17, 47, 109, 141, 203, 235, 280, 329, 344, 361 C. Phonics Develop alphabet and phonics knowledge by demonstrating an awareness that letters represent sounds (phonics) and a string of letters represent words K.1: 271, 292, 333, 354 K.2: 17, 79, 162, 226, 288 K.3: 17, 79, 100, 141, 162, 203, 224, 265, 286, 327 K.4: 17, 38, 79, 102, 143, 164, 205, 269, 290, 331, 354 K.5: 17, 38, 79, 102, 143, 164, 205, 269, 290, 331, 354 K.6: 17, 79, 141, 203, Kindergarten

7 name most letters K.1: 17, 40-41, 57, 81, , 119, 143, , 183, K.2: 17, 39, 79, 109, 155, 170, 217, 233, 279, 331, 363 K.3: 17, 39, 78, 143, 165, 205, 283, 299, 355, 363 K.4: 17, 39, 79, 111, 165, , 236, 269, 291, 331, 363 K.5: 17, 39, 78, 143, 165, 205, 283, 299, 347, 363 K.6: 17, 39, 78, 101, 141, 203, 235, 361 say sounds associated with most letters write letter that goes with spoken sound K.1: 17, 40-41, 57, 81, , 119, 143, , 183, K.2: 17, 39, 79, 109, 155, 170, 217, 233, 279, 331, 363 K.3: 17, 39, 78, 143, 165, 205, 283, 299, 355, 363 K.4: 17, 39, 79, 111, 165, , 236, 269, 291, 331, 363 K.5: 17, 39, 78, 143, 165, 205, 283, 299, 347, 363 K.6: 17, 39, 78, 101, 141, 203, 235, 361 K.1: 17, 40-41, 57, 81, , 119, 143, , 183, K.2: 17, 39, 79, 109, 155, 170, 217, 233, 279, 331, 363 K.3: 17, 39, 78, 143, 165, 205, 283, 299, 355, 363 K.4: 17, 39, 79, 111, 165, , 236, 269, 291, 331, 363 K.5: 17, 39, 78, 143, 165, 205, 283, 299, 347, 363 K.6: 17, 39, 78, 101, 141, 203, 235, Kindergarten

8 D. Fluency Read simple text containing a small bank of highfrequency words K.1: 33, 42, 50, 95, 104, 112, 159, 168, 176, 223, 232, 285, 302, 347, 364 K.2: 31, 48, 93, 102, 155, 172,219, 236, 281, 298, 343, 360 K.3: 31, 93, 110, 155, 172, 217, 234, 279, 296, 350 K.4: 31, 48, 104, 157, 174, 230, 283, 300, 356 K.5: 31, 48, 95, 119, 166, 221, 283, 300, 364 K.6: 31, 48, 102, 155, 172, 228, 281, 298, 354 consisting of environmental print Related Content: K.1: 33, 42, 50, 95, 104, 112, 159, 168, 176, 223, 232, 285, 302, 347, 364 K.2: 31, 48, 93, 102, 155, 172,219, 236, 281, 298, 343, 360 K.3: 31, 93, 110, 155, 172, 217, 234, 279, 296, 350 K.4: 31, 48, 104, 157, 174, 230, 283, 300, 356 K.5: 31, 48, 95, 119, 166, 221, 283, 300, 364 K.6: 31, 48, 102, 155, 172, 228, 281, 298, Kindergarten

9 E. Vocabulary Develop vocabulary by listening to and discussing unknown words in stories F. Pre-Reading K.1: 13, 47, 100, 139, 173, 228, 267, 299, 352, 361 K.2: 23, 45, 98, 147, 169, 224, 273, 295, 348, 357 K.3: 23, 45, 98, 147, 169, 222, 271, 293, 346, 355 K.4: 23, 45, 100, 149, 171, 211, 235, 288, 337, 361 K.5: 23, 45, 100, 149, 171, 226, 275, 297, 361 K.6: 23, 45, 98, 147, 169, 224, 273, 295, 350, 359 Develop and apply, with assistance, prereading strategies to aid comprehension access prior knowledge K.1: 13, 77, 139, 203, 267, 329 K.2: 13, 75, 137, 199, 263, 325 K.3: 13, 75, 137, 199, 261, 323 K.4: 13, 75, 139, 201, 265, 327 K.5: 13, 75, 139, 201, 265, 327 K.6: 13, 75, 137, 199, 263, 325 preview text and picture K.1: 14, 78, 140, 204, 268, 330 K.2: 14, 76, 138, 200, 264, 326 K.3: 14, 76, 138, 200, 262, 324 K.4: 14, 76, 140, 202, 266, 328 K.5: 14, 76, 138, 200, 264, 326 K.6: 14, 76, 138, 200, 264, 326 make general prediction K.1: 15, 42, 79, 141, 205, 269, 331 K.2: 15, 40, 77, 139, 201, 265, 327 K.3: 15, 77, 139, 201, 263, 325 K.4: 15, 77, 141, 203, 267, 329 K.5: 15, 77, 141, 203, 267, 292, 329 K.6: 15, 77, 139, 201, 265, Kindergarten

10 G. During Reading During reading or read-alouds, develop and utilize, with assistance, strategies to self-question and correct Related Content: K.1: 24-31, 88-93, , , , K.2: 24-29, 86-91, , , , K.3: 24-29, 86-91, , , , K.4: 24-29, 86-93, , , , K.5: 24-29, 86-93, , , , K.6: 24-29, 86-91, , , , infer K.1: 24-31, 88-93, , , , K.2: 24-29, 86-91, , , , K.3: 24-29, 86-91, , , , K.4: 24-29, 86-93, , , , K.5: 24-29, 86-93, , , , K.6: 24-29, 86-91, , , , predict and check using cueing systems > meaning > structure > visual K.1: 24-31, 88-93, , , , K.2: 24-29, 86-91, , , , K.3: 24-29, 86-91, , , , K.4: 24-29, 86-93, , , , K.5: 24-29, 86-93, , , , K.6: 24-29, 86-91, , , , Kindergarten

11 H. Post-Reading Develop and demonstrate, with assistance, post-reading skills after reading or read-alouds to respond to text question to clarify Related Content: K.1: 24-31, 88-93, , , , K.2: 24-29, 86-91, , , , K.3: 24-29, 86-91, , , , K.4: 24-29, 86-93, , , , K.5: 24-29, 86-93, , , , K.6: 24-29, 86-91, , , , retell K.1: 31, 93, 157, 221, 283, 345 K.2: 29, 91, 153, 215, 277, 339 K.3: 29, 91, 153, 215, 277, 339 K.4: 29, 93, 155, 219, 281, 345 K.5: 29, 93, 155, 219, 281, 345 K.6: 29, 91, 153, 217, 249, 343 illustrate K.1: 34, 96, 160, 224, 286, 348 K.2: 32, 94, 156, 220, 282, 344 K.3: 32, 94, 156, 218, 280, 342 K.4: 32, 96, 158, 222, 284, 348 K.5: 32, 96, 158, 222, 284, 348 K.6: 32, 156, 220, 346 re-enact stories Related Content: K.1: 21, 189, 214, 275, 376 K.2: 123, 145, 271, 373 K.3: 83, 123, 175, 185, 247 K.4: 51, 125, 359 K.5: 34, 114, 124, 155 K.6: 105, 271, Kindergarten

12 I. Making Connections Identify connections, with assistance, between text ideas ---similarities and differences in various real and makebelieve works (fiction and non-fiction) K.2: 15, 138, 207, 222, 231, 239 K.3: 113 K.5: 37, 43 K.6: 234 text ideas and own experiences K.1: 15, 79, 141, 205 K.2: 15, 32, 139, 201 K.3: 15, 77, 139, 201, 325, 342 K.4: 15, 77, 110, 141, 203, 267, 329 K.5: 15, 146, 203, 231, 250, 267, 329 K.6: 15, 77, 139, 265, Develop and apply skills and strategies to comprehend, analyze and evaluate fiction, poetry and drama from a variety of cultures and times A. Text Features Locate and apply information in title, pictures and names of author and illustrator, with assistance B. Literary Devices Respond to rhythm, rhyme and alliteration in oral reading of poetry and prose K.1: 14, 140, 268 K.2: 76, 108, 138, 200, 264, 358 K.3: 14, 76, 138, 200, 262, 294, 324 K.4: 14, 140, 202, 328 K.5: 14, 76, 140, 172, 202, 266, 298 K.6: 14, 76, 138, 170, 200, 264, 296 K.1: 178, 188, 241 K.2: 199, 237 K.3: 85, 144, 166, 174, 184 K.4: 13, 75, 139, 201, 265, 327, 334, 358 K.5: 13, 75, 139, 201, 265, 328 K.6: 13, 50, 60, 75, 137, 199, 263, Kindergarten

13 C. Text Elements Use details from text to identify story elements (main characters and problem) K.1: 15, 20, 36, 48, 56, 60, 101, 269, 300 K.3: 77, 99, 108, 120, 210, 223 K.4: 101, 203, 208, 212, 227, 244 K.5: 37, 203, 212, 224, 227, 244, 313 K.6: 77, 82, 91, 99, 108, 116, 201, 206, 225, 230, 246, Develop and apply skills and strategies to comprehend, analyze and evaluate nonfiction (such as biographies, newspapers, technical manuals) from a variety of cultures and times A. Text Features Develop an awareness that text and pictures provide information B. Literary Devices Respond to rhythm, rhyme and alliteration in oral reading of nonfiction text Related Content: K.1: 24, 88, 150, 214, 278, 340 K.2: 29, 86, 91, 138, 153, 200, 217, 279 K.3: 29, 91, 153, 217, 277, 399 K.4: 29, 76-77, 93, 155, 219, 281, 345 K.5: 29, 93, 155, 219, 281, 345 K.6: 29, 91, 153, 217, 279, 343 Related Content: K.1: 146, 170, 178, 188 K.2: 13, 263 K.3: 137, 261, 323 K.4: 75, 139, 265, 376 K.5: 201, 239, 265, 327, 328 K.6: 49, 105, Kindergarten

14 C. Text Elements In response to text develop questions to clarify meaning K.1: 24-31, 88-93, , , , K.2: 24-29, 86-91, , , , K.3: 24-29, 86-91, , , , K.4: 24-29, 86-93, , , , K.5: 24-29, 86-93, , , , K.6: 24-29, 86-91, , , , answer questions K.1: 24-31, 88-93, , , , K.2: 24-29, 86-91, , , , K.3: 24-29, 86-91, , , , K.4: 24-29, 86-93, , , , K.5: 24-29, 86-93, , , , K.6: 24-29, 86-91, , , , and discuss text K.1: 24-31, 88-93, , , , K.2: 24-29, 86-91, , , , K.3: 24-29, 86-91, , , , K.4: 24-29, 86-93, , , , K.5: 24-29, 86-93, , , , K.6: 24-29, 86-91, , , , Kindergarten

15 recognize important information K.1: 24-31, 88-93, , , , K.2: 24-29, 86-91, , , , K.3: 24-29, 86-91, , , , K.4: 24-29, 86-93, , , , K.5: 24-29, 86-93, , , , K.6: 24-29, 86-91, , , , identify supporting details K.1: 24-31, 88-93, , , , K.2: 24-29, 86-91, , , , K.3: 24-29, 86-91, , , , K.4: 24-29, 86-93, , , , K.5: 24-29, 86-93, , , , K.6: 24-29, 86-91, , , , D. Understanding Directions Follow a simple pictorial/written direction, with assistance K.1: 44 K.2: 50, 82, 104, 112, 122 K.3: 51, 158 K.4: 20, 42, 50, 60 K.6: Kindergarten

16 WRITING 1. Apply a writing process in composing text A. Writing Process Follow a writing process to generate a draft through pictures and words revise text, with assistance, to make oral idea match written text and edit by crossing out letters or words and making substitutions publish or share stories with assistance K.1: 19, 51, 83, 113, 177, 251, 335 K.2: 19, 81, 143, 183, 205, 331, 371 K.3: 19, 81, 121, 165, 235, 329, 369 K.4: 19, 81, 113, 159, 207, 222, 271, 311, 333 K.5: 81, 96, 123, 185, 231, 271, 357, 375 K.6: 81, 111, 143, 282, 309, 346, 373 Related Content: K.1: 19, 83, 145, 209, 273, 335 K.2: 19, 81, 121, 143, 205, 269, 331 K.3: 19, 81, 165, 205, 267, 329 K.4: 19, 81, 167, 207, 271, 293, 311, 333, 375 K.5: 81, 123, 145, 207, 231, 271, 333, 357 K.6: 59, 81, 331 K.1: 51, 113, 145 K.2: 59, 121, 183, 371 K.3: 19, 32, 103, 143, 165, 235, 267, 369 K.4: 19, 49, 113, 145, 158, 284 K.5: 123, 231, 249, 375 K.6: 94, 111, 121, 143, 205, 291, 309, 346, 363, Kindergarten

17 2. Compose well-developed text using standard English conventions A. Handwriting Form letters correctly, using left-to-right directionality B. Capitalization Capitalize first letters of own first and last names C. Punctuation In composing text, use period at end of sentence, with assistance E. Spelling In writing, use correct spelling of own first and last names K.1: 18, 82, 105, 144, 169, 208, 272, 295, 334, 357 K.2: 18, 80, 165, 229, 291, 330, 353 K.3: 18, 80, 142, 227, 289, 328, 351 K.4: 18, 80, 144, 206, 270, 332, 357 K.5: 18, 80, 142, 204, 268, 330, 355 K.6: 18, 80, 142, 204, 291, 330, 355 K.1: 19, 83, 123, 313 K.2: 111, 121 K.5: 123, 145, 185, 271 K.1: 19, 83, 145, 209, 335 K.2: 143, 205, 269, 331 K.3: 19, 81, 143, 148, 205, 267, 280, 307, 329, 342, 361 K.4: 19, 145, 185, 239, 284, 301, 311, 357 K.5: 59, 207, 271, 333 K.6: 19, 81, 143, 331 K.1: 19, 83, 123, 313 K.2: 111, 121 K.5: 123, 145, 185, 271 semi-phonetic spelling K.2: 31, 93, 173, 237, 343, 361 K.3: 31, 93, 155, 235, 297, 341 K.4: 31, 95, 175, 239, 301, 347 K.5: 31, 95, 157, 221, 283, 347, 365 K.6: 31, 93, 111, 173, 237, 299, 345, Kindergarten

18 F. Sentence Construction In composing text, write sentences with assistance K.1: 19, 83, 145, 209, 273, 335 K.2: 19, 81, 121, 143, 205, 269, 331 K.3: 19, 81, 165, 205, 267, 329 K.4: 19, 81, 167, 207, 271, 293, 311, 333, 375 K.5: 81, 123, 145, 207, 231, 271, 333, 357 K.6: 59, 81, Write effectively in various forms and types of writing A. Narrative and Descriptive Writing Plan and tell stories (through pictures and words) about familiar experiences and events, with teacher assistance C. Expository and Persuasive Writing Plan and tell an idea through pictures and words using factual information, with teacher assistance E. Audience and Purpose Develop an awareness of audience and purpose in composing text, with assistance K.1: 209, 375 K.2: 41, 81, 94, 205 K.4: 32, 123, 167, 293, 333, 375 K.5: 41, 145, 185, , 357, 375 K.6: 143, 282, 331 K.1: 19, 83, 145, 177, 241, 335, 357 K.2: 19, 165, 229, 291, 331 K.3: 103, 205, 227,289, 307, 329 K.4: 19, 81, 207, 271, 283, 357 K.5: 158, 271 K.6: 59, 103, 291 K.3: 41 K.4: 239 K.5: 174, 301 K.6: Kindergarten

19 LISTENING AND SPEAKING 1. Develop and apply effective listening skills and strategies A. Purpose for Listening Listen for enjoyment K.1: 13, 77, 173, 284, 329, 362 K.2: 13, 76, 177, 286, 326, 365 K.3: 13, 76, 177, 222, 324, 363 K.4: 13, 76, 179, 226, 327, 369 K.5: 13, 76, 100, 179, 226, 369 K.6: 13, 76, 177, 296, 326, 367 for information K.1: 274, 304, 314 K.3: 268, 290, 298, 308 for simple directions, with teacher assistance B. Listening Behavior Demonstrate listening behaviors (e.g., prepares to listen, listens without interruptions) with teacher assistance K.2: 82, 104, 112, 122 K.3: 51 K.4: 20, 42, 50, 60 K.6: 348 K.1: 20, 44, 52, Develop and apply effective speaking skills and strategies for various audiences and purposes A. Discussion and Presentation When sharing ideas or experiences speak audibly K.1: 296, Kindergarten

20 use age-appropriate vocabulary K.1: 24-31, 88-93, , , , K.2: 24-29, 86-91, , , , K.3: 24-29, 86-91, , , , K.4: 24-29, 86-93, , , , K.5: 24-29, 86-93, , , , K.6: 24-29, 86-91, , , , B. Giving Directions Give simple oral directions with teacher assistance Related Content: K.1: 44 K.2: 50, 82, 104, 112, 122 K.3: 51, 158 K.4: 20, 42, 50, 60 K.6: 348 INFORMATION LITERACY 1. Develop and apply effective research process skills to gather, analyze and evaluate information A. Research Plan Develop awareness of resources on topics of interest D. Sources Consulted Develop awareness, through discussion, that credit is to be given for others ideas, images and information, with assistance K.1: 150 K.2: 28 K.4: 345 K.6: 153, 174 Related Content: K.1: 150 K.2: 28 K.4: 345 K.6: 153, Kindergarten

21 2. Develop and apply effective skills and strategies to analyze and evaluate oral and visual media A. Media Messages Identify, with assistance, topics of messages conveyed through oral and visual media Related Content: K.2: 24-29, K.3: 24-29, K.4: K.5: K.6: 24-29, , Kindergarten

22 READING to the Grade-Level Expectations Grade One 1. Develop and apply skills and strategies to the reading process A. Print Concepts Demonstrate concepts of print upper- and lower-case letters 1.1: 11d, 25d, 31d, 95d, 109d, 115d 1.2: 116b 1.5: 41d, 73d, 103d, 107c first and last letters in words 1.1: 12-13, 32-33, 54-55, 76-77, 96-97, : 12-13, 38-39, 66-67, 86-87, , : 12-13, 38-39, 66-67, 86-87, , : 12-13, 46-47, 74-75, , , : 12-13, 46-47, 78-79, , spaces between words 1.1: 12-13, 32-33, 54-55, 76-77, 96-97, : 12-13, 38-39, 66-67, 86-87, , : 12-13, 38-39, 70-71, 94-95, , : 12-13, 46-47, 74-75, , , : 12-13, 46-47, 78-79, , letter and word order 1.1: 75d, 77b, 89d, 91d, punctuation has meaning 1.1: 11d, 95d, 111d, 129d 1.2: 116d 1.4: 92a 1.5: 45d, 67d, 107c 19

23 B. Phonemic Awareness Demonstrate ability to hear and say separate sounds in words separate and say sounds in words 1.1: 10p, 30p, 52p, 74p, 94p, 114p 1.2: 10p, 36p, 64p, 84p, 112p, 138p 1.3: 10p, 36p, 68p, 92p, 118p, 144p 1.4: 10p, 44p, 72p, 98p, 126p, 156p 1.5: 10p, 44p, 76p, 110p, 140p, 170p blend sounds to form words 1.1: 10n, 30n, 52n, 74n, 94n, 114n, 116c 1.2: 10n, 36n, 64n, 84n, 112n, 138n, 1.3: 10n, 44n, 76n, 110n, 140n, 170n 1.4: 12c, 46c, 74c, 98n, 126n, 156n 1.5: 10n, 44n, 76n, 110n, 140n, 170n replace beginning and ending sounds to form new words C. Phonics Develop and apply decoding strategies to problem-solve regularly spelled one- or two-syllable words when reading D. Fluency Read grade-level instructional text 1.1: 10o, 30o, 52o, 74o, 94o, 114o 1.2: 12d, 36o, 64o, 84o, 112o, 138o 1.3: 10o, 36o, 68o, 92o, 118o, 144o 1.4: 10o, 44o, 72o, 98o, 126o, 156o 1.5: 10o, 44o, 76o, 110o, 140o, 170o 1.1: 10n, 30n, 52n, 74n, 94n, 114n, 116c 1.2: 10n, 36n, 64n, 84n, 112n, 138n, 1.3: 10n, 44n, 76n, 110n, 140n, 170n 1.4: 12c, 46c, 74c, 98n, 126n, 156n 1.5: 10n, 44n, 76n, 110n, 140n, 170n by developing automaticity of an increasing core of high-frequency words 1.1: 27b, 47a, 67a, 91b, 131b, DI 87, DI : 29a, 61b, 105a, 135a, 161b, DI 87, DI : 29a, 65b, 113a, 141a, 171b, DI 87, DI : 39a, 69b, 119a, 151a, 185a 1.5: 35a, 67a, 103a, 133a, 197a 20 Grade One

24 with appropriate phrasing and expression E. Vocabulary 1.1: 27b, 47a, 67a, 91b, 131b, DI 87, DI : 29a, 61b, 105a, 135a, 161b, DI 87, DI : 29a, 65b, 113a, 141a, 171b, DI 87, DI : 39a, 69b, 119a, 151a, 185a 1.5: 35a, 67a, 103a, 133a, 197a Develop vocabulary through text, using base words 1.1: 54b, 74m, 76d 1.2: 86c, 114c 1.3: 68m, 92a, 120d, 144o 1.4: 12d, 46d, 126o 1.5: 78d, 112d, 170o classroom resources 1.1: 12-13, 32-33, 54-55, 76-77, 96-97, : 12-13, 38-39, 66-67, 86-87, , : 12-13, 38-39, 70-71, 94-95, , : 12-13, 46-47, 74-75, , , : 12-13, 46-47, 78-79, , , F. Pre-Reading Develop and apply, with assistance, prereading strategies to aid comprehension access prior knowledge 1.1: 26b, 48b, 68b, 90b, 110b, 130b 1.2: 30b, 56b, 80b, 106b, 132b, 160b 1.3: 30b, 64b, 88b, 114b, 140b, 168b 1.4: 40b, 68b, 92b, 120b, 152b, 182b 1.5: 36b, 68b, 104b, 134b, 166b, 198b 21 Grade One

25 preview 1.1: 14, 26, 34, 48, 56, 68, 78, 90, 98, 110, 118, : 14, 30, 40, 56, 68, 80, 88, 106, 116, 132, 142, : 14, 30, 40, 64, 72, 88, 96, 114, 122, 140, 148, : 14, 40, 48, 68, 76, 92, 102, 130, 152, 160, : 14, 36, 48, 68, 80, 104, 114, 134, 144, 166, 174, 198 predict with evidence Related Content: 1.1: 14, 26, 34, 48, 56, 68, 78, 90, 98, 110, 118, : 14, 30, 40, 56, 68, 80, 88, 106, 116, 132, 142, : 14, 30, 40, 64, 72, 88, 96, 114, 122, 140, 148, : 14, 40, 48, 68, 76, 92, 102, 130, 152, 160, : 14, 36, 48, 68, 80, 104, 114, 134, 144, 166, 174, 198 set a purpose for reading, with assistance 1.1: 14-15, 34-35, 56-57, 78-79, 98-99, : 14-15, 40-41, 68-69, 88-89, , : 14-15, 40-41, 68-69, 88-89, , : 14-15, 48-49, 76-77, , , : 14-15, 48-49, 80-81, , , Grade One

26 G. During Reading During reading, develop and utilize, with assistance, strategies to self-question and correct 1.1: 14g 1.2: 88g, 105d 1.3: 72g, 1.4: 14g, 76g, 102g infer 1.1: 14-23, 34-45, 56-65, 78-87, , : 14-27, 40-53, 68-79, , , : 14-27, 40-61, 72-85, , , : 14-33, 48-65, 76-89, , , : 14-33, 48-65, , , , predict and check using cueing systems > meaning > structure > visual H. Post-Reading Develop and apply post-reading skills to respond to text question to clarify 1.1: 14g 1.2: 88g, 105d 1.3: 72g 1.4: 14g, 76g, 102g Related Content: 1.1: 14, 26, 34, 48, 56, 68, 78, 90, 98, 110, 118, : 14, 30, 40, 56, 68, 80, 88, 106, 116, 132, 142, : 14, 30, 40, 64, 72, 88, 96, 114, 122, 140, 148, : 14, 40, 48, 68, 76, 92, 102, 130, 152, 160, : 14, 36, 48, 68, 80, 104, 114, 134, 144, 166, 174, Grade One

27 retell 1.1: 24a-24b, 46a-46b, 66a-66b, 88a- 88b, 108a-108b, 128a-128b 1.2: 28a-28b, 54a-54b, 78a-78b, 104a- 104b, 130a-130b, 158a-158b 1.3: 28a-28b, 62a-62b, 86a-86b, 104a- 104b, 130a-130b, 158a-158b 1.4: 38a-38b, 66a-66b, 90a-90b, 118a- 118b, 150a-150b, 180a-180b 1.5: 34a-34b, 66a-66b, 102a-102b, 132a- 132b, 164a-164b, 196a-196b reflect Related Content: 1.1: 24, 46, 66, 88, 108, : 28, 54, 80, 104, 130, : 28, 62, 86, 112, 138, : 38, 66, 90, 118, 150, : 34, 66, 102, 132, 164, 194 analyze Related Content: 1.1: 24, 46, 66, 88, 108, : 28, 54, 80, 104, 130, : 28, 62, 86, 112, 138, : 38, 66, 90, 118, 150, : 34, 66, 102, 132, 164, 194 draw conclusions 1.1: : 119a-119b, 119d, 122g, , 139d 1.4: 11a-11b, 11d, 14g, 16-17, 39d, 42e, 54-55, : 141a-141b, 141d, 144g, , 165d, 168e I. Making Connections Identify connections between text ideas ---similarities and differences in various fiction and nonfiction works, with assistance Related Content: 1.1: 56-65, 68-71, : 14-27, 30-33, : 40-61, 64-65, : 40-41, 76-89, : , , Grade One

28 text ideas and own experiences 1.1: 40-41, 84-85, : 26-27, : 56-57, 74-75, 78-79, : 24-25, 28-29, 32-33, 50-51, , , , : 18-19, 26-27, 56-57, 60-61, 82-83, 92-93, , , Develop and apply skills and strategies to comprehend, analyze and evaluate fiction, poetry and drama from a variety of cultures and times A. Text Features Locate and apply information in title, pictures and names of author and illustrator B. Literary Devices Read and respond to rhythm, rhyme and alliteration in poetry and prose C. Text Elements Use details from text to identify 1.1: 14-15, 26-27, 68-69, : 14-15, 30-31, 40-41, 72-73, 96-97, , : 14-15, 30-31, 40-41, 72-73, 96-97, , : 14-15, 40-41, 68-69, , , : 14-15, 36-37, 80-81, , : 26-27, 48-49, : 140b 1.3: 50-51, 82-83, : 78-79, characters 1.1: 16-17, 42-43, 58-59, : , : Grade One

29 problem 1.3: 37a, 37b, 60-61, 82-83, : 26-27, 127a-127b, , : 11a-11b, solutions 1.1: : 37a, 37b, 60-61, : 127a-127b, : 11a-11b, events in logical sequence 1.1: : 85a, 88g, , 105d, 110e 1.3: 44-45, , 145a-145b, : 45a-45b, 52-53, 67d 3. Develop and apply skills and strategies to comprehend, analyze and evaluate nonfiction (such as biographies, newspapers, technical manuals) from a variety of cultures and times A. Text Features Identify and explain information in text, pictures, title and charts B. Literary Devices Read and respond to rhythm, rhyme and alliteration in nonfiction text C. Text Elements 1.1: 68-71, 118, : 115c, : 12b, 24-25, 64-65, 137a, : , , 139a, : : : Use details from text to ask questions to clarify understanding Related Content: 1.1: 14-23, 34-45, 56-65, 78-87, , : 14-27, 40-53, 68-79, , , : 14-27, 40-61, 72-85, , , : 14-33, 48-65, 76-89, , , : 14-33, 48-65, , , , Grade One

30 recognize important information in text Related Content: 1.1: 14-23, 34-45, 56-65, 78-87, , : 14-27, 40-53, 68-79, , , : 14-27, 40-61, 72-85, , , : 14-33, 48-65, 76-89, , , : 14-33, 48-65, , , , identify main ideas 1.1: 75a-75b, 86-87, : 11a-11b, 24-25, 50-51, 74-75, 96-97, : 62-63, 111a-111b, , identify supporting details Related Content: 1.1: 75a-75b, 86-87, : 11a-11b, 24-25, 50-51, 74-75, 96-97, : 62-63, 111a-111b, , D. Understanding Directions Read and follow a simple direction to perform a task 1.1: 42-43, : 13c, 39c, Grade One

31 WRITING 1. Apply a writing process in composing text A. Writing Process Follow a writing process to brainstorm and record ideas in written form 1.1: WA3 1.2: WA3 1.3: WA3 1.4: WA3 1.5: WA3 generate a draft in written form 1.1: WA4 1.2: WA4 1.3: WA4 1.4: WA4 1.5: WA4 revise by adding detail and deleting unnecessary information, with assistance edit and proofread for capitalization and punctuation in sentences, with assistance 1.1: WA5 1.2: WA5 1.3: WA5 1.4: WA5 1.5: WA5 1.1: WA6 1.2: WA6 1.3: WA6 1.4: WA6 1.5: WA6 publish writing with assistance 1.1: 31c, 53c, 95c, 115c, WA7 1.2: 11c, 65c, 85c, 113c, 139c, WA7 1.3: 11c, 69c, 71a, 93c, 119c, WA7 1.4: 45c, 73c, 111c, 113a, 171c, WA7 1.5: 11c, 77c, 111c, 113a, 171c, WA7 28 Grade One

32 2. Compose well-developed text using standard English conventions A. Handwriting Print upper- and lower-case letters legibly, using left-to-right, top-to-bottom directionality and correct spacing between letters and words B. Capitalization Capitalize names of people and beginning words of sentences C. Punctuation In composing text, use period at end of sentence D. Parts of Speech Use parts of speech correctly in written text 1.1: 11c, 31c, 53c, 75c, 95c, 115c 1.2: 11c, 37c, 65c, 85c, 113c, 139c 1.3: 11c, 37c, 69c, 93c, 119c, 145c 1.4: 11c, 45c, 73c, 99c, 127c, 157c 1.5: 11c, 45c, 77c, 111c, 141c, 171c 1.1: 11d, 25d, 28-29, 95d, 109d, 115d, 129d 1.2: 37d, 55d, 61d, 67b, 81d, 87b, 105d, 116b 1.5: 41d, 73d, 79b, 107c, , : 11d, 25d, 31d, 95d, 109d 1.2: 116b, 92a 1.4: 92a 1.5: 13b, 45d, 103d, 107c naming words (nouns) 1.1: 31d, 47d, : 141b, 159d, 161d 1.5: 141d, 143b, 165d, 167d action words (verbs) 1.1: 53d, 55b, 67d, 71c E. Spelling In writing, use correct spelling of CVC words and high-frequency words 1.1: 10p, 30p, 50d, 76e, 96e, 116e, 130e 1.2: 10p, 30e, 56e, 80e, 106e, 132e 1.3: 10p, 30e, 40d, 64e, 90d, 116d, 140e, 168e 1.4: 10p, 40e, 70d, 100e, 130d, 158e, 186d 1.5: 10p, 42d, 74d, 104e, 138d, 166e, 198e 29 Grade One

33 phonetic spelling 1.1: 12e, 32e, 54e, 76e, 96e, 116e 1.2: 12e, 38e, 66e, 86e, 114e, 140e 1.3: 12e, 38e, 70e, 94e, 120e, 146e 1.4: 12e, 46e, 74e, 100e, 128e, 158e 1.5: 12e, 46e, 78e, 112e, 142e, 172e classroom resources to verify correct spelling F. Sentence Construction In composing text, write simple sentences Related Content: 1.1: 12e, 32e, 54e, 76e, 96e, 116e 1.2: 12e, 38e, 66e, 86e, 114e, 140e 1.3: 12e, 38e, 70e, 94e, 120e, 146e 1.4: 12e, 46e, 74e, 100e, 128e, 158e 1.5: 12e, 46e, 78e, 112e, 142e, 172e 1.1: 11c, 13a, 33a, 49c, 53c, 67c, 77a 1.2: 55c, 113c, 135b, 141a 1.3: 33b, 167c, : 39c, : 13a, 107b, 197c, Write effectively in various forms and types of writing A. Narrative and Descriptive Writing Write narrative text that includes related sentences C. Expository and Persuasive Writing Write expository text with related sentences 1.1: 11c, 25c, 91c, 109c, 117a, WA2-WA9 1.2: 11c, 29c, 65c, 141a, WA2-WA9 1.3: 13a, 87c, 147a, 167c, WA2-WA9 1.4: 11c, 47a, 95b, 123b, 153c, WA2-WA9 1.5: 41c, 45c, 103c, 137b, WA2-WA9 1.1: 13a, 33a, 55a, 89c, 111c 1.2: 13a, 55c, 85c, 113c, 131c, 159c 1.3: 11c, 63c, 115c, 141c 1.4: 39c, 73c, 127c 1.5: 35c, 77c, 133c 30 Grade One

34 E. Audience and Purpose Identify different forms of written communication (e.g., thank-you notes, friendly letters, lists, poems, invitations) audience and compose text, with assistance 1.1: 13a, 27c, 55a, 77a, 95c 1.2: 11c, 37c, 65c, 109b, 113c, 135b 1.3: 69c, 89c, 95a, 141c, 147a, 1.4: 11c, 45c, 69c, 75a, 159a, 181c, 183b 1.5: 11c, 45c, 77c, 111c, 137b, 171c 1.1: WA2 1.2: 37c, 61c, WA2 1.3: 69c, 71a, WA2 1.4: 13a, WA2 LISTENING AND SPEAKING 1. Develop and apply effective listening skills and strategies A. Purpose for Listening Listen for enjoyment 1.1: 14b, 34b, 56b, 78b, 98b, 118b 1.2: 14b, 34b, 62b, 82b, 110b, 136b, 162b 1.3: 14b, 34b, 66b, 90b, 116b, 142b, 172b 1.4: 14b, 42b, 70b, 96b, 124b, 154b, 186b 1.5: 14b, 48b, 80b, 114b, 144b, 174b, 202b for information 1.1: 24a, 46a, 66a, 88a, 108a, 128a 1.2: 28a, 54a, 78a, 104a, 130a, 158a 1.3: 28a, 62a, 86a, 112a, 138a, 166a 1.4: 38a, 66a, 90a, 118a, 150a, 180a 1.5: 34a, 66a, 102a, 132a, 164a, 196a for simple directions to follow 1.3: 13c, 39c 31 Grade One

35 B. Listening Behavior Demonstrate listening behaviors (e.g., prepares to listen, listens without interruptions, maintains eye contact) with teacher assistance 1.1: 55c 1.2: 115c 1.3: 13c 1.5: 47c, 79c 2. Develop and apply effective speaking skills and strategies for various audiences and purposes A. Discussion and Presentation Speak clearly when sharing ideas and asking questions in small and large groups B. Giving Directions Give simple oral directions 1.1: 24a, 46a, 66a, 88a, 108a, 128a 1.2: 28a, 54a, 78a, 104a, 130a, 158a 1.3: 28a, 62a, 86a, 112a, 138a, 166a 1.4: 38a, 66a, 90a, 118a, 150a, 180a 1.5: 34a, 66a, 102a, 132a, 164a, 196a 1.3: 39c INFORMATION LITERACY 1. Develop and apply effective research process skills to gather, analyze and evaluate information A. Research Plan Find resources on topics of interest, with assistance D. Sources Consulted Give credit, through discussion, for others ideas, images and information, with assistance 1.1: 51a, 73a, 93a 1.2: 83a, 111a 1.3: 91a, 117a 1.4: 125a 1.5: 43a, 75a, 139a, 169a, 203a 1.5: 43a 32 Grade One

36 2. Develop and apply effective skills and strategies to analyze and evaluate oral and visual media A. Media Messages Identify, with assistance, simple messages conveyed through oral and visual media 1.5: 113c, , 167c 33 Grade One

37 READING to the Grade-Level Expectations Grade Two 1. Develop and apply skills and strategies to the reading process C. Phonics Develop and apply decoding strategies to problem-solve unknown words when reading D. Fluency Read grade-level instructional text with fluency, accuracy and expression E. Vocabulary 2.1: 12n, 42n, 68n, 96n, 128n 2.2: 162n, 190n-190o, 218n, 252n, 282n 2.3: 316n, 344n, 372n, 395c, 426n-426o 2.4: 12n, 42n, 66n, 96n, 124n 2.5: 154n, 180n, 208n, 234n, 264n 2.6: 296n, 322n, 350n, 376n, 402c, 408n 2.1: 60f, 88f, 150f, DI 28, DI : 187f, 212f, 245b, DI 18, DI : 339b, 366f, 452f, 457a, DI 28, DI : 31f, 60f, 116f, 142f, 147a, DI : 172f, 202f, 226f, 231a, DI 18, DI : 314f, 344f, 402f Develop vocabulary through text, using base words 2.1: 16a, 46a, 72a, 100a, 132a 2.2: 166a, 194a, 222a, 256a, 286a 2.3: 320a, 348a, 376a, 406a, 430a 2.4: 14f, 30b, 44f, 98f, 126f 2.5: 156f, 182f, 210f, 236f, 266f 2.6: 298f, 324f, 352f, 378f, 410f classroom resources 2.1: 12l, 42l, 68l, 98l, 128l 2.2: 162l, 190l, 218l, 252l, 282l 2.3: 316l, 344l, 372l, 402l, 426l 2.4: 14d, 44d, 68d, 98d, 126d 2.5: 156d, 182d, 210d, 236d, 266d 2.6: 298d, 324d, 352d, 378d, 410d 34

38 context clues 2.4: 44-45, 98-99, : : , , F. Pre-Reading Develop and apply pre-reading strategies to aid comprehension access prior knowledge 2.1: 38b, 62b, 90b, 122b, 152b 2.2: 184b, 211b, 246b, 276b, 306b 2.3: 340b, 368b, 398b, 420b, 454b 2.4: 34b, 62b, 90b, 122b, 144b 2.5: 174b, 204b, 228b, 258b, 286b 2.6: 316b, 346b, 404b, 428b preview 2.1: 16-17, 46-47, 62-63, 72-73, : , , , , : , , , , : 16-17, 46-47, 70-71, 90-91, , : , , , , : , , , , predict and confirm or reject 2.1: 16-17, 46-47, 62-63, 72-73, : , , , , : , , , , : 16-*17, 46-47, 70-71, 90-91, , : , , , , : , , , , Grade Two

39 set a purpose for reading 2.1: 16-17, 46-47, 62-63, 72-73, : , , , , : , , , , : 16-17, 46-47, 70-71, 90-91, , : , , , , : , , , , G. During Reading During reading, develop and utilize strategies to self-question and correct 2.1: 70e 2.3: 374e 2.5: 264r 2.6: 322r infer Related Content: 2.2: 283a, 283b, : 345a-345b, , , : : 350r, , predict and check using cueing systems > meaning > structure > visual H. Post-Reading Apply post-reading skills to identify the main idea and supporting details 2.1: 44e, 98e 2.2: 284e, : 346e, , 403a-403b, : 96-97, : , , : 296r, , : 32-33, 43a-43b, 54-55, 97a-97b, : : , : question to clarify 2.1: 39d 2.4: 42-43, 56-57, , : , : Grade Two

40 reflect Related Content: 2.2: 220e, : : , analyze Related Content: 2.1: : : 12-13, 28-29, : , draw conclusions 2.2: 283a-283b, : 345a-345b, , : : , summarize 2.2: 220e, , 242b 2.4: , 115b 2.6: , , 367c paraphrase 2.2: : I. Making Connections Identify connections between text ideas --- similarities and differences in information and relationships in various fiction and nonfiction works, with assistance 2.1: 38-39, 64-65, 92-93, , , : , , , , , : , , , : 38-39, 92-93, , : , , , : , text ideas and own experiences 2.1: 26-27, 58-59, , : , : , , : 20-21, : : , text ideas and the world, with assistance 2.1: 30-31, 52-53, , : , : : : , , : Grade Two

41 2. Develop and apply skills and strategies to comprehend, analyze and evaluate fiction, poetry and drama from a variety of cultures and times A. Text Features Locate and apply specific information in title, pictures and table of contents B. Literary Devices Identify author's use of rhythm, rhyme and alliteration in poetry and prose, with assistance C. Text Elements Use details from text to make basic inferences about setting, characters and problem 2.1: 54-55, 62-63, 74-75, 90-91, : , : 340e, 368e 2.4: 14b, 34e, 116b 2.5: 256b 2.6: : 38e 2.3: 398e 2.4: 62e 2.5: 204e 2.6: 298b 2.1: 16-37, 46-61, 74-89, , : , , , , : , , , , : 16-33, 46-61, 70-89, , : , , , : , , , predict solution 2.1: 44b 2.3: 318e, , 403a-403b, : 96r, 96-97, : , , : , identify events in logical sequence 2.2: 163a-163b, , , 219a-219b, : : , , Grade Two

42 3. Develop and apply skills and strategies to comprehend, analyze and evaluate nonfiction (such as biographies, newspapers, technical manuals) from a variety of cultures and times A. Text Features Locate and interpret information in illustrations, title, headings, captions, diagrams, charts and graphs B. Literary Devices Identify and explain author's use of rhythm, rhyme and alliteration in nonfiction text C. Text Elements 2.1: 18-19, 50-51, 54-55, 62-63, , : , , : 340e, 368e 2.4: 34e, 44b, 116b, 2.5: , 182b, 256b, : , , : 38e 2.2: : 398e 2.4: 62e, : , 204e 2.6: 298b Use details from text to ask questions to clarify understanding 2.1: 70e 2.3: 374e, : 264r 2.6: 322r identify main ideas and provide support 2.1: 32-33, 43a-43b, 54-55, 97a-97b, : : , : retell sequence of events 2.2: 163a-163b, , , : : : 180r, , , 203b, Grade Two

43 make basic inferences about problems and solutions D. Understanding Directions Read and follow simple directions to perform a task 2.1: 16-37, 46-61, 72-89, , : , , , : , , , : 16-33, 46-61, 72-89, , : , , , : , , , , : 163c, 249d 2.4: : , WRITING 1. Apply a writing process in composing text A. Writing Process Follow a writing process to utilize a simple graphic organizer in prewriting 2.1: WA3 2.2: WA3 2.3: WA3 2.4: WA3 2.5: WA3 2.6: WA3 generate a draft 2.1: WA4 2.2: WA4 2.3: WA4 2.4: WA4 2.5: WA4 2.6: WA4 40 Grade Two

44 reread and revise work (with/without assistance) edit and proofread for capitalization and ending punctuation 2.1: WA5 2.2: WA5 2.3: WA5 2.4: WA5 2.5: WA5 2.6: WA5 publish writing with assistance 2.1: WA7 2.2: WA7 2.3: WA7 2.4: WA7 2.5: WA7 2.6: WA7 2.1: 13d, 37b, 59b, 69d 89b, 119c, 125c 129d, 151b 2.2: 163d, 183b, 211b, 219d, 245b, 273b, 279c, 283d, 305b 2.3: 317d, 339a, 365b, 369c, 373c, 397a, 417c, 423c, 427c, 453a 2.4: 13b, 33b, 59c, 63c, 93c, 115b, 125b, 143b 2.5: 155b, 173b, 201c, 205c, 209b, 227b, 235b, 257b, 289c 2.6: 297b, 315b, 434c, 347c, 351b, 369b, 401c, 405c, 427b 2. Compose well-developed text using standard English conventions A. Handwriting Create legible compositions with correct spacing between letters in a word and words in a sentence 2.1: 13c, 43c, 69c, 97c, 129c, TR14-TR17 2.2: 163c, 191c, 219c, 253c, 283c, TR14-TR17 2.3: 317c, 345c, 373c, 403c, 427c, TR14-TR17 2.4: 13a, 43a, 67a, 97a, 125a, TR14-TR17 2.5: 155a, 181a, 209a, 235a, 265a, TR14-TR17 2.6: 297a, 323a, 351a, 377a, 409a, TR Grade Two

45 B. Capitalization Use conventions of capitalization in written text days of week Related Content: 2.2: 211b, 213b, : 297b, 313c, 315b, 319c, names of towns, cities, states 2.2: 191d, 215c, 313c, 319c C. Punctuation In composing text, use correct ending punctuation in declarative and interrogative sentences 2.1: 13d, 35b, 37b, 40-41, 97d, 119c, , 149b, : 181b, 254a, 302a 2.4: 141b 2.6: 319c comma in dates 2.4: 115a 2.6: 351b, 367c, 375 D. Parts of Speech Use parts of speech correctly in written text descriptive words (adjectives) 2.4: 13b, 30b, 33b, 39c, 40-41, 59c, 61b, 63c, 64-65, 97b, 115b, 117b, 121b, , 125b, 141c, 143b, 147c, substitute pronouns for nouns 2.5: 155b, 171c, 173b, , 235b, 255c, 257b, 261c E. Spelling In writing, use correct spelling of words with simple spelling patterns and high-frequency words 2.1: 15a, 45a, 71a, 99a, 131a 2.2: 165a, 193a, 221a, 255a, 285a 2.3: 319a, 347a, 375a, 405a, 429a 2.4: 66p, 88d, 98d, 125b, 142d, 148d 2.5: 264p, 266d, 284d, 286d, 290d 2.6: 350p, 376p, 402d 42 Grade Two

46 transitional spelling 2.1: 14d, 44d, 70d, 98d, 130d 2.2: 164d, 192d, 220d, 254d, 284d 2.3: 318d, 346d, 374d, 404d, 428d 2.4: 14d, 44d, 68d, 98d, 126d 2.5: 156d, 182d, 210d, 236d, 266d 2.6: 298d, 324d, 352d, 378d, 410d classroom resources to verify correct spelling F. Sentence Construction 2.1: WA6 2.4: In composing text, identify and write sentences: declarative 2.1: 97d, 119c, 121b interrogative 2.1: 97d, 119c, 121b 3. Write effectively in various forms and types of writing A. Narrative and Descriptive Writing Write narrative text that records a series of events in 2.1: 35b, 69c, 87b, 129c, WA2-WA9 chronological order contains story elements Related Content: 2.1: 35b, 69c, 87b, 129c, WA2-WA9 B. Note-Taking Identify important information in text 2.2: 181b 2.4: 59b 2.6: 349a 43 Grade Two

47 C. Expository and Persuasive Writing Write expository text, with assistance, with a main idea 2.1: 13c, 43c, 97c 2.2: 242a 2.3: 317c, 337a, 373c, 427c 2.4: 59b, 143a 2.5: 155a, 177b, 181a, 209a, 257a 2.6: 323a, 351a, 425c supporting details 2.1: 13c, 43c, 97c 2.2: 242a 2.3: 317c, 337a, 373c, 427c 2.4: 59b, 143a 2.5: 155a, 177b, 181a, 209a, 257a 2.6: 323a, 351a, 425c E. Audience and Purpose Write simple friendly letters, messages, and directions for making or doing something, considering a given audience 2.1: 87b, 119b, 129c 2.2: 253c 2.3: 365a, 417b 2.4: 115a 2.6: 313b LISTENING AND SPEAKING 1. Develop and apply effective listening skills and strategies A. Purpose for Listening Listen for enjoyment 2.1: 12j, 42j, 68j, 96j, 128j 2.2: 162j, 190j, 218j, 252j, 282j 2.3: 316j, 344j, 372j, 402j, 426j 2.4: 12j, 42j, 66j, 96j, 124j 2.5: 154j, 180j, 208j, 234j, 264j 2.6: 296j, 322j, 350j, 376j, 408j 44 Grade Two

48 for information 2.1: : : : : to solve problems 2.1: 36g, 60g, 88g, 120g, 150g 2.2: 182g, 212g, 243g 2.3: 338g, 366g, 395g, 418g, 425g 2.4: 31g, 60g, 88g, 116g, 142g 2.5: 172g, 202g, 226g, 256g, 284g 2.6: 314g, 344g, 368g, 402g, 432g for directions to complete a simple 2.2: 249d task B. Listening Behavior Demonstrate listening behaviors (e.g., prepares to listen, listens without interruptions, maintains eye contact) 2.1: 125d 2.2: 187d, 249d 2.3: 369d, 423d, 457d 2.4: 63d, 93d, 121d, 147d 2.5: 205d, 231d, 261d 2.6: 319d, 347d, 373d, 405d, 431d 2. Develop and apply effective speaking skills and strategies for various audiences and purposes A. Discussion and Presentation Speak at an appropriate volume and maintain a clear focus when sharing ideas B. Giving Directions Give clear oral directions to complete a simple task 2.1: 93d 2.3: 369d, 423d, 457d 2.4: 63d, 93d, 121d, 147d 2.5: 205d, 231d, 261d 2.6: 319d, 347d, 373d, 405d, 431d 2.2: 249d 45 Grade Two

49 INFORMATION LITERACY 1. Develop and apply effective research process skills to gather, analyze and evaluate information A. Research Plan Formulate keywords and questions, with assistance, to locate resources on topics of interest B. Acquire Information Locate information on keywords and questions in provided resources, with assistance D. Sources Consulted Give credit, through discussion, for others ideas, images and information 2.1: 41a, 67a, 95a, 127a, 157a 2.2: 189a, 217a, 251a, 281a, 311a 2.3: 343a, 371a, 401a, 425a, 459a 2.4: 41a, 65a, 95a, 123a, 149a 2.5: 179a, 27a, 233a, 263a, 291a 2.6: 321a, 349a, 375a, 407a, 433a 2.1: 41a, 67a, 95a, 127a, 157a 2.2: 189a, 217a, 251a, 281a, 311a 2.3: 343a, 371a, 401a, 425a, 459a 2.4: 41a, 65a, 95a, 123a, 149a 2.5: 179a, 27a, 233a, 263a, 291a 2.6: 321a, 349a, 375a, 407a, 433a Related Content: 2.1: 41a, 67a, 95a, 127a, 157a 2.2: 189a, 217a, 251a, 281a, 311a 2.3: 343a, 371a, 401a, 425a, 459a 2.4: 41a, 65a, 95a, 123a, 149a 2.5: 179a, 27a, 233a, 263a, 291a 2.6: 321a, 349a, 375a, 407a, 433a 46 Grade Two

50 2. Develop and apply effective skills and strategies to analyze and evaluate oral and visual media A. Media Messages Identify, with assistance, intended messages conveyed through oral and visual media 2.2: 215d, 279d 2.3: 399d 2.5: 289d 47 Grade Two

51 READING to the Grade-Level Expectations Grade Three 1. Develop and apply skills and strategies to the reading process C. Phonics Apply decoding strategies to independently problem-solve unknown words when reading D. Fluency 3.1: 41i, 63i, 85i, 115i, 141i 3.2: 173i, 197i, 223i, 249i, 271i 3.3: 303i, 329i, 353i, 379i, 399i 3.4: 35i, 59i, 85i, 111i, 137i 3.5: 169i, 193i, 219i, 243i, 275i 3.6: 303i, 353i, 379i, 407i Read grade-level instructional text with fluency, accuracy and expression 3.1: 12l, 41a, 86l, 115a 3.2: 150l, 173a 3.3: 280l, 303a, 379a, 380l, 399a 3.4: 12l, 35a, 112l, 137a 3.5: 146l, 169a, 193a, 219a 3.6: 284l, 303a, 332l, 353a, 354l, 379a adjusting reading rate to difficulty and type of text E. Vocabulary Develop vocabulary through text, using base words 3.1: 118b 3.3: 282b 3.1: 42l, 63a, 115a, 141a 3.2: 150l, 173a, 197a, 223a, 249a, 271a 3.3: 303a, 329a, 353a, 379a, 399a 3.4: 12l, 35a, 59a, 85a, 111a, 137a 3.5: 169a, 193a, 219a, 243a, 275a 3.6: 248l, 303a, 331a, 353a, 354l, 379a, 407a 48

52 synonyms and antonyms 3.2: , 173c, 200b, 226b, , 289c 3.5: 148b, , 155, 169c, 172b, , 187, 193c 3.6: 306b, , 313, 331c, 382b, , 399, 407c context clues 3.1: 14-15, 23, 31, 66-67, 97, 115c 3.2: , 173c, 197c, 235, , 271c 3.3: , 379c 3.4: 62-63, 88-89, 99, 111c 3.5: , 169c, , 193c, , , 275c 3.6: 306b, 319, 382b, 407c glossary 3.1: 66-67, 85c, 118b 3.2: , 233c 3.3: , , 329c, , : , , 353e dictionary, with assistance 3.1: 66-67, 85c, 118b 3.2: , 233c 3.3: , , 329c, , : , , 353e F. Pre-Reading Apply pre-reading strategies to aid comprehension access prior knowledge 3.1: 14a, 44a, 66a, 88a, 118a 3.2: 152a, 176a, 200a, 226a, 252a 3.3: 282a, 306a, 332a, 356a, 382a 3.4: 14a, 38a, 62a, 88a, 114a 3.5: 148a, 172a, 196a, 222a, 246a 3.6: 286a, 306a, 334a, 356a, 382a preview 3.1: 16, 38, 46, 62, 84, 112, : 154, 170, 194, 220, 248, : 284, 300, 322, 352, 376, : 16, 30, 56, 78, 116, : 150, 174, 198, 224, 248, : 288, 308, 328, 352, 384, Grade Three

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