Scope and Sequence. Reading. Spanish. Program Appendix

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1 Spanish Scope and Sequence Reading Print/Book Awareness (Recognize and understand the conventions of print and books) Capitalization Constancy of Words Differentiate between Letter and Word Differentiate between Word and Sentence End Punctuation Follow Left-to-Right, Top-to-Bottom Letter Recognition and Formation Page Numbering Parts of a Book Picture/Text Relationship Punctuation Quotation Marks Relationship Between Spoken and Printed Language Sentence Recognition Spacing Between Sentences Spacing Between Words Table of Contents Text Features Text Relationships Word Length Word Boundaries Write Left-to-Right, Top-to-Bottom Phonemic Awareness (Recognize Discrete Sounds in Words) Oral Blending: Words/Word Parts Oral Blending: Onset and Rime Oral Blending: Syllables Oral (Phoneme) Blending: Initial Sounds Oral (Phoneme) Blending: Final Sounds Oral Blending: Initial Vowels Oral Blending: Vowel Replacement Rhyming Phoneme Matching: Initial Sounds Phoneme Matching: Final Sounds Phoneme Matching: Medial Sounds Phoneme Manipulation: Initial Sounds Phoneme Manipulation: Final Sounds Phoneme Manipulation: Medial Sounds Segmentation: Final Consonants Segmentation: Initial Consonants/Blends Segmentation: Words/Word Parts Segmentation: Syllables Segmentation: Identifying the Number and Order of Sounds in Words 70

2 Scope and Sequence, continued Spanish Reading (continued) How the Alphabet Works Letter Knowledge (Alphabetic Knowledge) Letter Order (Alphabetic Order) Letter Sounds Sounds in Words Phonics (Associate Sounds and Spellings to Read Words) Blending Sounds into Words Consonant Clusters Consonant Digraphs Phonograms Schwa Silent Consonants Syllables Vowel Diphthongs Vowels: Long Sounds and Spellings Vowels: r-controlled Vowels: Short Sounds and Spellings Comprehension Strategies Adjusting Reading Speed Asking Questions/Answering Questions Clarifying Making Connections Predicting/Confirming Predictions Summarizing Visualizing Comprehension Skills Author s Point of View Author s Purpose Cause and Effect Classify and Categorize Compare and Contrast Drawing Conclusions Fact and Opinion Main Idea and Details Making Inferences Reality and Fantasy Sequence Vocabulary Apposition Concept Words Context Clues Expanding Vocabulary High-Frequency Words Idioms Multiple-Meaning Words Selection Vocabulary Time and Order Words (Creating Sequence) Utility Words (Colors, Classroom Objects, etc.) 71

3 Spanish Scope and Sequence, continued Reading (continued) Reading with a Writer s Eye Author s Purpose Alliteration Captions and Headings Characterization Choosing Good Examples Description Diagrams Dialect Dialogue Effective Beginnings Effective Endings Event Sequence Expository Writing Techniques Fable Characteristics Figurative Language Flashback Genre Knowledge Idiom Language Use Mood and Tone Onomatopoeia Personification Persuasive Techniques Plot (Problem/Solution) Point of View Punctuation Quoting Sources Rhyme Sensory Details Sentence Variety Setting Sidebars Similes and Metaphors Stage Directions Style Suspense and Surprise Text Structure Theme Transitions Using Comparisons Voice Word Choice Word Analysis Antonyms Comparatives/Superlatives Compound Words Contractions Connotation and Denotation Content/Concept Words 72

4 Scope and Sequence, continued Spanish Reading (continued) Foreign Words and Phrases Gerunds Greek and Latin Roots Homographs Homonyms/Homophones Inflectional Endings Irregular Plurals Multiple-Meaning Words Multisyllabic Words Plurals Position Words Prefixes Root or Base Words Shades of Meaning/Levels of Specificity Suffixes Synonyms Word Families (Words with the Same Base) Word Origins Inquiry and Study Skills Study Skills Comparing Information across Sources Charts, Graphs, and Diagrams/Visual Aids Collaborative Inquiry Communicating Research Progress Results Compile Notes Conducting an Interview Finding Needed Information Follow Directions Formulating Conjectures Formulate Questions for Inquiry and Research Give Reports Make Outlines Maps Note Taking Parts of a Book Planning Inquiry Recognizing Information Needs Revising Questions and Conjectures Summarize and Organize Information Time Lines Use Appropriate Resources (Media Sources, Reference Books, Experts, Internet) Using a Dictionary/Glossary Using a Media Center/Library Using a Thesaurus Using an Encyclopedia Using Newspapers and Magazines Using Technology 73

5 Spanish Scope and Sequence, continued Language Arts Writing/Composition Approaches Collaborative Writing Individual Writing Writing Process Brainstorming/Prewriting Drafting Revising Editing Proofreading Publishing Writing Genres Action Tale Autobiography/Biography Business Letter Describe a Process Descriptive Writing Expository/Informational Text Fantasy Folklore (Folktales, Fairy Tales, Tall Tales, Legends, Myths) Friendly Letter Historical Fiction Invitation Journal Writing Magazine Article Making a List Narrative News Story Personal Writing Persuasive Writing Play/Dramatization Poetry Quick Write Realistic Fiction Responding to Literature Summary Writing on Demand Writing Traits Audience Conventions Elaboration Focus Ideas/Content Organization Presentation Purpose Sentence Fluency Sentence Variety Vocabulary Voice Word Choice 74

6 Scope and Sequence, continued Spanish Language Arts Writing/Composition (continued) Writing Strategies Action and Describing Words Adding Details Addressing Audience Needs Brainstorming Cause and Effect Character Sketch Choosing a Topic Compare and Contrast Conveying a General Mood Creating Suspense Creating Vivid Images Dialogue Effective Beginnings/Endings Elements of a Letter Elements of Persuasion Eliminating Irrelevant Information Eliminating Wordiness Evaluate Personal Growth as a Writer Figurative Language Formality of Language Format Generate Additional Ideas Highlight a Memorable Event Identifying Best Feature of Something Written Illustrations and Drawings Information from Multiple Sources Main Idea and Details Organizing a Multi-Paragraph Composition Planning Plot Structure Beginning, Middle, Climax, and End Point of View Presenting Facts and Examples Objectively Proofreading Purpose Realism Referencing a Source Revising Rhythm and Rhyme Sensory Details Sentence Combining Sequence Setting Story Elements Summary Taking Notes Time Line Transition Words/Devices Using a Checklist Using a Graphic Organizer 75

7 Spanish Scope and Sequence, continued Language Arts Writing/Composition (continued) Using a Model as a Guide to Writing Using Outlines to Organize Information Using Multimedia Sources Vary Sentence Beginnings Vary Sentence Length Vary Sentence Types Voice Voicing an Opinion Word Choice Working Collaboratively Writing Coherent Paragraphs Writing on Demand Language Arts Grammar Parts of Speech Adjectives (Describing Words) Adverbs Conjunctions Nouns Prepositions Pronouns Verbs Sentences Complete and Incomplete Sentences Fragments Independent and Dependent Clauses Parts (Subjects and Predicates) Run-on Sentences Sentence Combining Structure (Simple, Compound, Complex, Compound-Complex) Subject/Verb Agreement Types (Declarative, Interrogative, Exclamatory, Imperative) Usage Adjectives Adverbs Antonyms Articles Contractions Nouns Pronouns Regular and Irregular Plurals Synonyms Verb Tenses Verbs (Action, Helping, Linking, Regular/Irregular) Mechanics Capitalization (Sentence, Proper Nouns, Titles, Direct Address, Pronoun I ) Punctuation (End Punctuation, Comma Use, Quotation Marks, Apostrophe, Colon, Semicolon, Hyphen, Parentheses) 76

8 Scope and Sequence, continued Spanish Language Arts Grammar (continued) Spelling Antonyms Base or Root Words Comparatives/Superlatives Compound Words Connotation and Denotation Content/Concept Words Contractions Foreign Words and Phrases Gerunds Greek and Latin Roots Homographs Homonyms/Homophones Inflectional Endings Irregular Plurals Long Vowel Patterns Multiple-Meaning Words Multisyllabic Words Phonograms Prefixes r-controlled Vowel Spellings Shades of Meaning Short Vowel Spellings Silent Letters Sound/Letter Relationships Special Spellings Patterns/Rules Special Vowel Spellings Suffixes Synonyms Word Families (Words with the Same Base) 77

9 Spanish Scope and Sequence, continued Listening/Speaking/Viewing Listening Analyze/Evaluate Intent and Content of Speaker s Message Ask Questions Determine Purposes for Listening Drawing Conclusions and Making Inferences Follow Directions Learn about Different Cultures through Discussion Listen for Poetic Language (Rhythm/Rhyme) Listening for Details Listening for Information Participate in Group Discussions Recalling What Was Heard Recognizing Fact and Opinion Respond to Speaker Use Nonverbal Communication Techniques Speaking Answer Questions Asking Questions Describe Ideas and Feelings Effective Word Choice/Voice Engaging the Audience Give Directions Learn About Different Cultures through Discussion Listen and Respond Making Announcements and Introductions Organizing Presentations Paraphrasing Participate in Group Discussion Present Oral Reports Purposes of Speech Read Fluently with Expression, Phrasing, and Intonation Read Orally Share Information Small Group Discussion Speak Clearly at Appropriate Volume Speaking Strategies Staying on Topic Summarize/Retell Stories Understand Formal and Informal Language Use Appropriate Language for Audience Use Nonverbal and Visual Communication Techniques 78

10 Scope and Sequence, continued Spanish Listening/Speaking/Viewing (continued) Viewing Analyze Purposes and Techniques of the Media Appreciate/Interpret Artist s Techniques Compare Visual and Written Material on the Same Subject Culture in Media Describe Pictures Gather Information from Visual Images Interpreting Media Language Development Literary Devices Relating to Content Understanding Gestures Using Multimedia View Critically Penmanship Cursive Letters Manuscript Letters Numbers 79

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