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1 A Correlation of to the 2011 Iowa Core Curriculum Standards Grade 2 G/R-210

2 INTRODUCTION This document demonstrates how, c. 2011, meets the objectives of the Iowa Core Curriculum Literacy Standards (2009). Correlation page references are to the Teacher s Edition and are cited by unit and volume. 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. Assessment Reading Street begins the year with the Baseline Group Test to make initial grouping decisions. Daily and Weekly assessment allow teachers to monitor students progress at different critical points of instruction. The Unit Benchmark Test measures students mastery of target skills taught throughout the unit. The End-of-Year Benchmark Test measures students mastery of target skills taught throughout the six units of the program. Writing on Reading Street Writing instruction on Reading Street emphasizes the reciprocal nature of reading and writing. Writing instruction integrates the skills and knowledge that students learn and practice as they read and helps students apply those skills and that knowledge in their writing. Differentiated Instruction for Group Time Reading Street instruction is systematic, explicit, and highly focused for all ability levels. Weekly plans and daily lessons provide small group instruction for Strategic Intervention (below level), On-Level, Advanced, and English Language Learners. Reading Street follows the Response to Intervention model (RTI) to meet the instructional needs of all students. It offers a process that monitors student s progress throughout the year so teachers can support on-level and advanced students and identify struggling readers early. ELL Instruction Daily support for English language learners can be found in the Differentiated Instruction feature in the Reading Street Teacher s Edition, as well as daily lessons for the ELL group. They offer pacing suggestions for the week and scaffolded instruction for the week s target skills and strategies. An ELL Reader reinforces the weekly concept and vocabulary while building language and fluency. Literacy Reading Street provides what teachers need to organize and carry out a customized literacy program. Planning guides and instructional lessons help teachers plan and implement lessons. Teachers can select from a rich array of readers to match texts to students. 21 st Century Skills Technology on can be used both for enhancing student experiences and preparing them for the future. Throughout the year, research-based technology options enrich instruction and assist in the management of classroom learning.

3 2011 to the Iowa Core Curriculum Standards Primary Grades Grade 2 Iowa Core Curriculum Standards Grade : Reading 1.1: Demonstrate an understanding of written language and the relationship of letters and words to the sounds of speech : Demonstrate an understanding of the concepts of print: a: Hold a book correctly. 2.1v2: 139f, 143b 2.3v1: 405g, 2.3v2: 469f, 473b b: Identify the front/back cover of the book c: Identify the top/bottom of the book d: Read left to right with return sweep e: Identify the title of the book f: Point to the part that tells the story (words). 2.1v2: 139f, 143b 2.3v1: 405g, 2.3v2: 469f, 473b 2.1v2: 139f, 143b 2.3v1: 405g, 2.3v2: 469f, 473b 2.1v1: 36-37, 44d, 48d, 60-61, 72d, 76d, 98-99, 104d, 108d 2.2v1: , , 208d, 212d, , 240d, 244d, , 268d, 272d 2.3v1: , 372d, 376d, , , 406d, 410d, , , 444d, 448d 2.4v1: 34-35, 42d, 46d, 68-69, 76d, 80d, 98-99, 110d, 114d 2.5v1: , 212d, 216d, , 248d, 252d, , 278d, 282d 2.6v1: , 382d, 386d, , 418d, 422d, , 448d, 452d 2.1v2: 139f 2.1v1: 51d, 72f, 79a, 81a, 81d, 104f, 111a, 113a, 113d, 2.1v2: 149d, 183d, IR25, IR35 2.2v1: 208f, 215a, 217a, 217d, 247d, 277d, 2.2v2: 313d, 336f, 343a, 345a, 345d, IR15, 1

4 Continued Iowa Core Curriculum Standards IR55 2.3v1: 381d, 406f, 415b, 417a, 417d, 451d, 2.3v2: 479d, 517d 2.4v1: 42f, 51b, 53a, 76f, 81b, 83a, 83d, 119d, 2.4v2: 153d, 187d, IR15, IR25 2.5v1: 212f, 219a, 221a, 221d, 248f, 253b, 255a, 255d, 287d, 2.5v2: 323d, 357d, IR15, IR25 2.6v1: 382f, 389a, 391a, 391d, 418f, 423b, 425a, 425d, 457d, 2.6v2: 488f, 493b, 495a, 495d, 529d, IR15, IR g: Identify beginning/ending of the story h: Identify a letter/word i: Recognize that illustrations and graphics help tell the story or communicate information. 2.2v2: v1: , , 406h, , 2.3v2: 457a, 458h, , , 471a, , 479b, 479f, , 508h 2.4v1: 58a, 58-59, 62a, 66-67, 74-75, 77a, 83b, 83f, CL10-CL11 2.5v1: 278h 2.6v2: 462a, , 466a 2.1v1: 26e, 58e, 88e, 2.1v2: 120e, 156e 2.2v1: 192e, 224e, 254e, 2.2v2: 284e, 320e 2.3v1: 354e, 388e, 424e, 2.3v2: 458e, 486e 2.1v1: 70-71, 71b, 76-77, 81c, 113c, 2.1v2: 149c 1.1.2: Attend to sounds of language as distinct from meaning (phonological awareness): a: Recognize, complete, and produce rhymes and alliterations b: Recognize initial, medial, and final sounds in words. 2.1v1: CW1-CW10 2.6v1: 422h, 423a 2.2v1: , , , 2.2v2: v1: , v2: c: Isolate phonemes d: Identify phonemes e: Categorize phonemes f: Blend phonemes. 2.1v1: 22-23, v1: 22-23, v1: 22-23, v1: 189a, 190, 190a, 190b-190c, 192c, 208c-208d, 212e-212f, 216c, 217e, 244c, 251a, 252, 252a, 252b-252c, 254c, 268c-268d, 272d, 272e-272f, 277e, 2.2v2: IR10, 306c, 340d, IR30 2.3v1: 388c 2

5 1.1.2.g: Segment phonemes. 2.1v1: 22-23, v1: v1: h: Delete phonemes i: Add phonemes j: Substitute phonemes k: Manipulate onset-rime l: Blend, segment, and delete syllables. 2.2v1: , , , 2.2v2: v1: , v2: v1: , , , 2.2v2: v1: , v2: v1: , , , 2.2v2: v1: , v2: v1: 189a, 190, 190a, 190b-190c, 192c, 208c-208d, 212e-212f, 216c, 217e, 244c, 251a, 252, 252a, 252b-252c, 254c, 268c-268d, 272d, 272e-272f, 277e, 2.2v2: IR10, 306c, 340d, IR30 2.3v1: 388c 2.4v2: 122a, , 123a, 123c-123d, 126c, 144c-144d, 148d, 148e-148f, 152c, 153e, 182c, IR : Demonstrate an understanding of the alphabetic principle: a: Identify upper- and lower-case letters. 2.2v1: 223c, 239b, 241b, , 245b, 247g, 2.2v2: IR26 2.6v1: 365b, 381c, 384a, , 389b, 391g, 2.6v2: IR b: Associate all consonant and vowel sounds with appropriate letters and combine these sounds into recognizable words. 2.1v1: 23a, 24, 24a, 24b-24c, 26c, 44c, 48e- 48f, 50c, 51e, 76c 2.2v2: IR10 2.3v1: 388c, 2.3v2: 458d, 470e, 474g, 478d 2.4v2: 157b, 160d, 178e, 182g, 186d 1.2: Use multiple decoding strategies to read words in text : Apply knowledge of letter/sound correspondence. 2.4v2: 122a, , 123a, 123c-123d, 126c, 144c-144d, 148d, 148e-148f, 152c, 153e, 182c, IR40 3

6 1.2.2: Recognize sight words. 2.1v1: 26e, 58e, 88e, 2.1v2: 120e, 156e 2.2v1: 192e, 224e, 254e, 2.2v2: 284e, 320e 2.3v1: 354e, 388e, 424e, 2.3v2: 458e, 486e 1.2.3: Look for parts within words : Skip the unknown word(s) and continue reading : Reread sentences/paragraphs : Look for graphic cues : Use the context of phrases, sentences, paragraphs, and text : Ask if the word(s) makes sense. 2.4v2: 122a, , 123a, 123c-123d, 126c, 144c-144d, 148d, 148e-148f, 152c, 153e, 182c, IR40 2.1v1: 26e, 58e, 88e, 2.1v2: 120e, 156e 2.2v1: 192e, 224e, 254e, 2.2v2: 284e, 320e 2.3v1: 354e, 388e, 424e, 2.3v2: 458e, 486e 2.1v1: 25c, 43c, 45b, 46-47, 49c, 51g, 2.1v2: IR16 2.1v1: 71b, 103a, 2.1v2: 139a 2.3v2: 479a, 485a 2.4v1: 41b, 2.4v2: 143a 2.5v1: 247b, 277b, 2.5v2: 313b, 374a 2.6v1: 381d, 417b, 447b, 457c 2.2v1: 192f, , , 2.2v2: 320f, , v2: 464g, , , 488g, v1: 25a-25b, 57a-57b, 87a-87b, 2.1v2: 119a-119b, 155a-155b 2.2v1: 191a-191b, 223a-223b, 253a-253b, 2.2v2: 283a-283b, 319a-319b 2.3v1: 353a-353b, 387a-387b, 423a-423b, 2.3v2: 457a-457b, 485a-485b 1.3: Independently read a significant number of books and texts each year. This includes reading both fiction and nonfiction in a variety of genres : Read widely from fiction, nonfiction, and electronic resources for information and personal fulfillment: a: Fiction: a.1: Picture/picture storybooks a.2: Realistic fiction 2.2v2: 340h, v2: 474h, v1: 28a, 28-41, 41a, 42h, 42-43, 43a 2.1v1: 26h, 26-43, 43a, 44h, 44-45, 45a, 48a, 88h, , 103a, 104h, , 105a, 108a 2.3v1: 388h, , 405a, 406h, , 407a, 410a, 2.3v2: 458h, , 469a, 470h, , 471a 2.5v1: 216a, 230a, , 247a, 248h, 248-4

7 Continued 249, 249a, 252a, 264a, , 277a, 278h, , 279a, 282a 2.6v1: 368a, , 381a, 382h, , 383a, 386a, 434a, , 447a, 448h, , 449a, 2.6v2: 466a, , 487a, 488h, , 489a a.3: Action a.4: Mystery a.5: Historical fiction a.6: Multicultural literature a.7: Poetry a.8: Fairy tales 2.4v2: 128a, , 143a, 144h, , 145a 2.1v2: 156h, , 173a, 173b, 174h, , 175a 2.2v2: 284h, , 301a, 302h, , 303a 2.5v1: 216h, , 221c 2.3v1: 410h, , 417c 2.2v2: 306h, , 313c, 320h, , 336h, 340h, v1: 424h, , 443a, , 444h, 2.3v2: 474a 2.1v1: 48h, 48-49, 49a, 51c 2.2v1: 244h, , 247c 2.3v1: 448h, , 449a 2.4v1: 80h, v1: 252h, , 253a 2.6v1: 422h, , 423a 2.3v1: 354h, , 371a, 372h, , 373a 2.5v2: 296a, , 313b, 314h, , 315a b: Nonfiction: b.1: Concept books 2.1v1: 58h, 58-71, 71a, 71b, 72h, 72-73, 73a, 76h, 76-79, 2.1v2: 120h, , 139a, 140h, , 141a, 178h, v1: 212h, , 240h, 254h, , 267a, 268h 2.4v1: 62a, 62-75, 75a, 76h, 76-77, 77a, 80a, 92a, , 109a, 110h, , 111a, 114h, , 2.4v2: 182a, 182h, v1: 386h,

8 1.3.1.b.2: Identification books 2.3v2: 486h, , 507a, 507b, 508h, , 509a, 512a b.3: Life cycle books b.4: Experiment, activity, craft, and how-to books b.5: Documents, journals, diaries, and albums b.6: Specialized books b.7: Reference books b.8: Life stories b.9: Multicultural readings b.10: Informational picture storybooks b.11: Photographic essays c: Electronic resources: c.1: Audio books c.2: Online resources 2.3v1: 376h, , 381c, 2.3v2: 517c 2.1v1: 108h, , 113c 2.5v , 287c 2.3v1: 376h, , 381c, 2.3v2: 517c 2.1v1: 113c, 2.1v2: 139a, 149c 2.2v1: 217c, 224h, , 239a, 240h, , 241a 2.4v1: 75b, 109b, 119c 2.5v1: 287c, 2.5v2: 323c 2.6v1: 391c, 417b, 425c, 2.6v1: 400a, , 417a, 418h, , 419a 2.1v2: 144h, v2: 486h, , 507a, 507b, 508h, , 509a, 512a 2.4v2: 128a, , 143a, 144h, , 145a 2.1v1: 113c, 2.1v2: 139a, 149c 2.2v1: 217c, 224h, , 239a, 240h, , 241a 2.4v1: 75b, 109b, 119c 2.5v1: 287c, 2.5v2: 323c 2.6v1: 391c, 417b, 425c, 2.6v1: 400a, , 417a, 418h, , 419a 2.1v1: 70-71, 71b, 76-77, 81c, 113c, 2.1v2: 149c 2.1v1: 22a, 26a, 26g, 44a, 48a, 54a, 58a, 58g, 72a, 76a, 84a, 88a, 88g, 104a, 108a, 2.1v2: 116a, 120a, 120g, 140a, 144a, 152a, 156a, 156g, 174a, 178a 2.2v1: 188a, 192a, 192g, 208a, 212a, 220a, 224a, 224g, 240a, 244a, 250a, 254a, 254g, 268a, 272a, 2.2v2: 280a, 284a, 284g, 302a, 306a, 316a, 320a, 320g, 336a, 340a 2.1v2: 144h,

9 1.4: Read for a variety of purposes and across content areas : Read for purposes relating to fiction and nonfiction: a: For information 2.1v1: 47b 2.4v1: 45b, 79b, 113b, 2.4v2: 147b, 181b 2.5v1: 215b, 251b, 281b, 2.5v2: 317b, 351b 2.6v1: 385b, 421b, 451b, 2.6v2: 491b, 523b b: For enjoyment 2.1v1: 43a, 45a, 71a, 73a, 103a, 105a, 2.1v2: 139a, 141a, 173a, 175a 2.2v1: 207a, 209a, 239a, 241a, 267a, 269a, 2.2v2: 301a, 303a, 335a, 337a 2.3v1: 371a, 373a, 405a, 407a, 443a, 445a, 2.3v2: 469a, 471a, 507a, 509a 2.4v1: 41a, 43a, 75a, 77a, 109a, 111a, 2.4v2: 143a, 145a, 177a, 179a 2.5v1: 211a, 213a, 247a, 249a, 277a, 279a, 2.5v2: 313a, 315a, 347a, 349a 2.6v1: 381a, 383a, 417a, 419a, 447a, 449a, 2.6v2: 487a, 489a, 519a, 521a 1.4.2: Practice reading rate and strategies according to purpose: a: Read to study 2.1v1: 47b 2.4v1: 45b, 79b, 113b, 2.4v2: 147b, 181b 2.5v1: 215b, 251b, 281b, 2.5v2: 317b, 351b 2.6v1: 385b, 421b, 451b, 2.6v2: 491b, 523b 1.5: Use a variety of skills and strategies to comprehend nonfiction and informational text : Recognize text structure cues: a: Description b: Sequence or time order 1.5.2: Attend to typographic cues: a: Font type b: Font style c: Spacing 1.5.3: Study graphic cues: a: Titles 2.1v1: 108h, , 113c 2.5v , 287c 2.1v1: 108h, , 113c 2.5v , 287c 2.1v1: 81c, v1: 81c, v1: 81c, v2: 139f 7

10 1.5.3.b: Headings Iowa Core Curriculum Standards 2.1v2: 139f 2.2v1: 267g c: Photos d: Illustrations e: Charts f: Tables g: Graphs 1.5.4: Use comprehension strategies: a: Identify purpose b: Activate prior knowledge c: Predict and verify d: Ask and answer questions e: Create visual images 2.1v1: 108h, , 113c 2.5v , 287c 2.4v1: 109b, 109g 2.4v2: 151e 2.4v1: 109b 2.5v2: 313g 2.6v1: 391c, 417g 2.4v1: 109b 2.5v2: 313g 2.6v1: 391c, 417g 2.5v1: 247g 2.6v1: 391c 2.1v1: 57a, 58h, 64-65, 66-67, 68-69, 73a, 76-77, 78-79, 81b, 81f, CL10-CL11, 2.1v2: 119a, 120h, , , , 141a, , 149b, 149f, IR23-IR24, IR43- IR44, CL8-CL9 2.4v1: 109a 2.5v2: , , 328a, , IR53- IR54, CL10-CL11 2.6v2: , 488h 2.1v1: 76h 2.2v1: 212h, 244h, 272h 2.6v1: 422h, 2.6v2: 492h 2.1v1: 58h, 76h, 108h, 2.1v2: 120h, 144h, 178h 2.2v1: 192h, 212h, 224h, 254h, 272h 2.3v2: 486h, 512h 2.4v1: 62a, 92a, 114h, 2.4v2: 148h, 182h 2.1v1: 25f, 57f, 87f, 2.1v2: 119f, 155f 2.2v1: 191f, 223f, 253f, 275f, 2.2v2: 283f, 319f 2.3v1: 353f, 387f, 423f, 2.3v2: 457f, 485f 2.4v1: 25e, 59e, 89e, 2.4v2: 125e, 159e 2.5v1: 195e, 227e, 261e, 2.5v2: 293e, 329e 2.6v1: 365e, 397e, 431e, 2.6v2: 463e, 501e 2.1v1: 71e 2.4v1: 41e 2.6v1: 367a, 417b, 433a 8

11 1.5.4.f: Draw inferences 2.3v2: 486h, , , , , , , 507a, 509a, , , IR53, IR55 2.4v2: IR13-IR14 2.6v2: , g: Monitor for comprehension 2.1v1: 25f, 57f, 87f, 2.1v2: 119f, 155f 2.2v1: 191f, 223f, 253f, 275f, 2.2v2: 283f, 319f 2.3v1: 353f, 387f, 423f, 2.3v2: 457f, 485f 2.4v1: 25e, 59e, 89e, 2.4v2: 125e, 159e 2.5v1: 195e, 227e, 261e, 2.5v2: 293e, 329e 2.6v1: 365e, 397e, 431e, 2.6v2: 463e, 501e h: Employ fix-ups: h.1: Reread h.2: Read ahead i: Identify main ideas j: Summarize k: Draw conclusions l: Evaluate 2.1v1: 26h, 30-31, 38-39, 42-43, 45a, 48-49, 49a, , CL14-CL15, 2.1v2: IR13, IR15 2.2v1: , 2.2v2: v1: 30-31, 38-39, 2.4v2: , 162a, , , 179a, , , IR53, IR55 2.6v1: , 368a, , 383a, , CL14-CL15, 2.6v2: IR13, IR15 2.1v1: 58h, 76h, 108h, 2.1v2: 120h, 144h, 178h 2.2v1: 192h, 212h, 224h, 254h, 272h 2.3v2: 486h, 512h 2.4v1: 62a, 92a, 114h, 2.4v2: 148h, 182h 2.1v1: 57a, 58h, 64-65, 66-67, 68-69, 73a, 76-77, 78-79, 81b, 81f, CL10-CL11, 2.1v2: 119a, 120h, , , , 141a, , 149b, 149f, IR23-IR24, IR43- IR44, CL8-CL9 2.4v1: 109a 2.5v2: , , 328a, , IR53- IR54, CL10-CL11 2.6v2: , 488h 2.4v1: 89c-89d, 109d-109e, , 113a, 117c-117d, 119h-119i 2.3v2: 507a 2.4v1: CL8-CL9, 2.4v2: IR13-IR14 2.6v2: IR33-IR34 2.2v1: , 208h 2.3v2: 485a, 486h, , , , , 509a, 517b, 517f, CL10-CL11 9

12 Continued 2.4v1: 64-65, 76h, 88a, 88-89, 92a, 96-97, v1: 194a, , 198a, , , CL8-CL9 2.6v1: , 2.6v2: m: Synthesize within text n: Engage in discussion o: Write to learn 2.1v1: 47b 2.4v1: 45b, 79b, 113b, 2.4v2: 147b, 181b 2.5v1: 215b, 251b, 281b, 2.5v2: 317b, 351b 2.6v1: 385b, 421b, 451b, 2.6v2: 491b, 523b 2.1v2: 2.4v1: 89c-89d, 109d-109e, , 113a, 117c-117d, 119h-119i 1.6: Use a variety of strategies and skills to comprehend and interpret fiction : Recognize elements of fiction: a: Setting b: Characters 1.6.2: Recognize plot structure cues: a: Events 1.6.3: Study graphic cues: a: Photos b: Illustrations 1.6.4: Use comprehension strategies: a: Identify purpose 2.1v1: 45a, 105a 2.5v1: 211a, 2.5v2: 315a 2.1v1: 45a, 105a 2.5v1: 211a, 2.5v2: 315a 2.3v2: 471a 2.4v1: 77a 2.6v1: 417a, 2.6v2: 489a 2.1v1: 70-71, 71b, 76-77, 81c, 113c 2.1v1: 70-71, 71b, 76-77, 81c, 113c 2.1v1: 42-43, 44h, 2.1v2: 173a 2.3v1: , 372h 2.4v1: 41b, 2.4v2: 124a, , 128a, , , , 145a, 153b, 153c, 153f, 158a, , 162a, , , , , 177a, 179a, 187b, 187f 2.5v1: 247a, 260a, , 264a, , , , 279a, 287b, 287f, CL12- CL13, 2.5v2: , CL8-CL b: Activate prior knowledge: 10

13 1.6.4.b.1: Of elements of fiction 2.1v1: 25a, 26h, 28-29, 32-33, 36-37, 38-39, 40-41, 45a, 51b, 51f, 87a-87b, 88h, 92-93, 96-97, , 103a, 105a, 113b, 113f, CL8-CL9, CL12-CL132.1v2: , 173b, 174h, IR13- IR14, IR33-IR34 2.2v1: 245a, 2.2v2: 335a 2.3v1: 443a, 451c 2.4v1: 30-31, 42h 2.5v1: 211a, CL12-CL13, 2.5v2: 292a, , 296a, , , , , , , 315a, 323b, 323f, , 348h, 357c, IR43-IR44, CL8-CL9 2.6v2: 529c b.2: Of plot structure c: Predict and verify d: Ask and answer questions e: Create visual images f: Draw inferences g: Monitor for comprehension 2.1v1: 42-43, 43b, 44h, 103a 2.2v2: 335a 2.3v1: , 372h, 443a, 451c 2.4v2: 124a, , 128a, , , , 145a, 153b, 153f, 158a, , 162a, , 169, , , 179a, 187b, 187f, IR43-IR44, IR53-IR54, CL8- CL9 2.5v1: 260a, , 264a, , , , 277a, 287b, 287f, CL12-CL13, 2.5v2: , CL8-CL9 2.6v1: 447b, 457c 2.1v1: 26h, 48h, 88h, 2.1v2: 156h 2.2v2: 284h, 306h, 320h, 340h 2.3v1: 354h, 376h, 388h, 410h, 424h, 448h, 2.3v2: 458h, 474h 2.4v1: 28a, 46h, 80h 2.3v1: 354h, , , , , , 371a, 373a, , , CL14-CL15, 2.3v2: CL14-CL15 2.5v1: 211a, , 253a 2.1v2: 147e 2.2v1: 207d, 2.2v2: 301e 2.3v1: 371e, 405e 2.4v2: 143d 2.5v1: 211e 2.2v2: 337a 2.3v2: 509a 2.5v2: 349a 2.1v1: 26h, 48h, 58h, 76h, 88h, 108h, 2.1v2: 120h, 144h, 156h, 178h 2.2v1: 192h, 212h, 224h, 254h, 272h, 2.2v2: 284h, 306h, 320h, 340h 11

14 Continued 2.3v1: 354h, 376h, 388h, 410h, 424h, 448h, 2.3v2: 458h, 474h, 486h, 512h 2.4v1: 28a, 46h, 62a, 80h, 92a, 114h, 2.4v2: 148h, 182h 2.5v1: 211a, , 253a, 2.5v2: , v1: , , 430a, , 434a, , , , , 449a, , , 2.6v2: , IR33, IR h: Employ fix-ups: h.1: Rereads h.2: Reads ahead i: Identify main ideas j: Summarize k: Draw conclusions 2.1v1: 26h, 30-31, 38-39, 42-43, 45a, 48-49, 49a, , CL14-CL15, 2.1v2: IR13, IR15 2.2v1: , 2.2v2: v1: 30-31, 38-39, 2.4v2: , 162a, , , 179a, , , IR53, IR55 2.6v1: , 368a, , 383a, , CL14-CL15, 2.6v2: IR13, IR15 2.1v1: 26h, 48h, 88h, 2.1v2: 156h 2.2v2: 284h, 306h, 320h, 340h 2.3v1: 354h, 376h, 388h, 410h, 424h, 448h, 2.3v2: 458h, 474h 2.4v1: 28a, 46h, 80h 2.1v1: 42-43, 44h, 2.1v2: 173a 2.3v1: , 372h 2.4v1: 41b, 2.4v2: 124a, , 128a, , , , 145a, 153b, 153c, 153f, 158a, , 162a, , , , , 177a, 179a, 187b, 187f 2.5v1: 247a, 260a, , 264a, , , , 279a, 287b, 287f, CL12- CL13, 2.5v2: , CL8-CL9 2.2v2: v1: , , 406h, , 2.3v2: 457a, 458h, , , 471a, , 479b, 479f, , 508h 2.4v1: 58a, 58-59, 62a, 66-67, 74-75, 77a, 83b, 83f, CL10-CL11 2.5v1: 278h 2.6v2: 462a, , 466a 2.3v1: 387a, 388h, , , , , 407a, , , 417b, 417f, , 444h, CL10-CL11 12

15 1.6.4.l: Evaluate Iowa Core Curriculum Standards 2.1v1: 42-43, 44h, 2.1v2: 173a 2.3v1: , 372h 2.4v1: 41b, 2.4v2: 124a, , 128a, , , , 145a, 153b, 153c, 153f, 158a, , 162a, , , , , 177a, 179a, 187b, 187f, CL10-CL11, IR43-IR44, IR53-IR54, CL10-CL11 2.5v1: 247a, 260a, , 264a, , , , 279a, 287b, 287f, CL12- CL13, 2.5v2: , CL8-CL m: Synthesize information within text n: Engage in discussion 2.1v1: 43a, 45a, 71a, 105a, 2.1v2: 173a, v1: 207a, 269a 2.3v1: 371a, 373a, 405a, 407a 2.4v1: 41a, 43a, 77a, 109a, 2.4v2: 143a, 179a 2.5v1: 249a, 277a, 279a, 2.5v2: 315a, 347a 2.6v1: 381a, 383a, 417a, 447a, 449a, 2.6v2: 519a 2.1v1: 20j, 24a, 25c, 25e, 26c, 26g 2.6v1: 360j, 363a, 365b, 365d, 366c, 367a o: Write to learn 1.7: Read with fluency silently and aloud to support comprehension : Read in phrases, clauses, and sentences. 2.1v1: 43a, 73a, 2.1v2: 141a, 173a 2.2v2: 301a 2.4v1: 109a, 179a 2.5v1: 213a, 247a, 2.5v2: 349a 2.1v1: 51d, 72f, 79a, 81a, 81d, 104f, 111a, 113a, 113d, 2.1v2: 149d, 183d, IR25, IR35 2.2v1: 208f, 215a, 217a, 217d, 247d, 277d, 2.2v2: 313d, 336f, 343a, 345a, 345d, IR15, IR55 2.3v1: 381d, 406f, 415b, 417a, 417d, 451d, 2.3v2: 479d, 517d 2.4v1: 42f, 51b, 53a, 76f, 81b, 83a, 83d, 119d, 2.4v2: 153d, 187d, IR15, IR25 2.5v1: 212f, 219a, 221a, 221d, 248f, 253b, 255a, 255d, 287d, 2.5v2: 323d, 357d, IR15, IR25 2.6v1: 382f, 389a, 391a, 391d, 418f, 423b, 425a, 425d, 457d, 2.6v2: 488f, 493b, 495a, 495d, 529d, IR15, IR : Attend to punctuation. 2.1v1: 25c, 43c, 45b, 49c, 51g, 2.1v2: 119c, 139b, 141b, 147b, 149g 2.1v2: 119c, 139b, 141b, , 147b, 149g, IR46, 155c, 173c, 175b, 181b, 183g, IR56 13

16 1.7.3: Read accurately with automaticity; resolve difficulties quickly, usually through self-correction. 2.1v1: 36-37, 44d, 48d, 60-61, 72d, 76d, 98-99, 104d, 108d, 2.1v2: , 140d, 144d, , 174d, 178d 2.2v1: , , 208d, 212d, , 240d, 244d, , 268d, 272d, 2.2v2: , 302d, 306d, , 336d, 340d 2.3v1: , 372d, 376d, , , 406d, 410d, , , 444d, 448d, 2.3v2: , 470d, 474d, , 508d, 512d 2.4v1: 34-35, 42d, 46d, 68-69, 76d, 80d, 98-99, 110d, 114d, 2.4v2: , 144d, 148d, , 178d, 182d 2.5v1: , 212d, 216d, , 248d, 252d, , 278d, 282d, 2.5v2: 314d, 318d, 348d, 352d 2.6v1: , 382d, 386d, , 418d, 422d, , 448d, 452d, 2.6v2: , 488d, 492d, 520d, 524d 1.7.4: Read with phrasing and expression to convey meaning (prosody). 2.1v1: 25a-25b, 57a-57b, 87a-87b, 2.1v2: 119a-119b, 155a-155b 2.2v1: 191a-191b, 223a-223b, 253a-253b, 2.2v2: 283a-283b, 319a-319b 2.3v1: 353a-353b, 387a-387b, 423a-423b, 2.3v2: 457a-457b, 485a-485b 1.7.5: Pace appropriately for comprehension (rate). 1.8: Use a variety of strategies to develop and expand reading vocabulary : Use letter-sound correspondence to decode words and build a sight word vocabulary. 2.1v1: 44f, 49b, 51a, 104f, 111a, 113a, 2.1v2: IR15, IR35 2.2v1: 208f, 215a, 217a, 2.2v2: IR15 2.3v1: 372f, 379a 381a, 379a, 406f, 415b, 417a 2.4v1: 42f, 51b, 53a 2.5v1: 248f, 253b, 255a 2.6v1: 382f, 389a, 391a, 2.6v2: 488f, 493b, 495a 2.4v2: 122a, , 123a, 123c-123d, 126c, 144c-144d, 148d, 148e-148f, 152c, 153e, 182c, IR : Identify spelling patterns, such as word families. Opportunities to address this standard may be found 2.1v1: 24d, 50d, 56d, 80d, 86d, 112d, 2.1v2: 118d, 148d, 154d, 182d 2.2v1: 190d, 216d, 222d, 246d, 252d, 276d, 2.2v2: 282d, 312d, 318d, 344d 2.3v1: 352d, 380d, 386d, 416d, 422d, 450d, 2.3v2: 456d, 478d, 484d, 516d 2.4v1: 23b, 52d, 57b, 82d, 87b, 118d, 2.4v2: 123b, 152d, 157b, 186d 14

17 Continued 2.5v1: 193b, 220d, 225b, 254d, 259b, 286d, 2.5v2: 291b, 322d, 327b, 356d 2.6v1: 363b, 390d, 395b, 424d, 429b, 456d, 2.6v2: 461b, 494d, 499b, 528d 1.8.3: Study word meanings, such as synonyms, antonyms, homographs, and homophones : Use general context, including text and graphic cues : Use glossaries, dictionaries, and other resources appropriately : Use new vocabulary words in speaking and writing : Read frequently and widely. 2.1v1: 88f, 90-91, , 2.1v2: 156f, , v1: 354f, , , 424f, , , 2.3v2: 486f, , v1: 366g, , , 382g, v1: 26f, 58f, 88f, 2.1v2: 120f, 156f 2.2v1: 254f, 2.2v2: 284f, 320f 2.3v1: 354f, 388f, 424f, 2.3v2: 458f, 486f 2.4v1: 89a 2.6v1: 365a, 2.6v2: 506a 2.2v1: 224f, , v1: 228g, , , 248g, v1: 20j, 26b, 44b, 48b, 52j, 58b, 72b, 76b, 82j, 88b, 104b, 108b 2.2v1: 186j, 192b, 208b, 212b, 218j, 224b, 240b, 244b, 248j, 254b, 268b, 272b 2.3v1: 348j, 354b, 372b, 376b, 382j, 388b, 406b, 410b, 418j, 424b, 444b, 448b 2.4v1: 20j, 26b, 42b, 46b, 54j, 60b, 76b, 80b, 84j, 90b, 110b, 114b 2.5v1: 190j, 196b, 212b, 216b, 222j, 228b, 248b, 252b, 256j, 262b, 278b, 282b 2.6v1: 360j, 366b, 382b, 386b, 392j, 398b, 418b, 422b, 426j, 432b, 448b, 452b 2.1v1: 43a, 45a, 71a, 73a, 103a, 105a, 2.1v2: 139a, 141a, 173a, 175a 2.2v1: 207a, 209a, 239a, 241a, 267a, 269a, 2.2v2: 301a, 303a, 335a, 337a 2.3v1: 371a, 373a, 405a, 407a, 443a, 445a, 2.3v2: 469a, 471a, 507a, 509a 2.4v1: 41a, 43a, 75a, 77a, 109a, 111a, 2.4v2: 143a, 145a, 177a, 179a 2.5v1: 211a, 213a, 247a, 249a, 277a, 279a, 2.5v2: 313a, 315a, 347a, 349a 2.6v1: 381a, 383a, 417a, 419a, 447a, 449a, 2.6v2: 487a, 489a, 519a, 521a 2: Writing 2.1: Use an effective writing process : Prewrite 15

18 2.1.1.a: Generate ideas 2.1v1: 43d-43e, 71d-71e, 103c-103d, CW2- CW5, 2.1v2: 139c-139d, 173d-173e, CW12- CW14 2.2v1: 207c-207d, 239c-239d, 267d-267e, CW2-CW4, 2.2v2: 301d-301e, 335c-335d, 2.3v1: 371d-371e, 405d-405e, 443c-443d, CW2-CW5, 2.3v2: 469c-469d, 507d-507e, 2.4v1: 41d-41e, 75d-75e, 109d-109e, CW2- CW5, 2.4v2: 143c-143d, 177c-177d, CW12- CW14 2.5v1: 211d-211e, 247d-247e, 277d-277e, CW2-CW5, 2.5v2: 313d-313e, 347c-347d, 2.6v1: 381d-381e, 417d-417e, 447d-447e, CW2-CW4, 2.6v2: 487d-487e, 519c-519d, b: Take notes c: Talk to others 2.1v1: 43d-43e, 71d-71e, 103c-103d, CW2- CW5, 2.1v2: 139c-139d, 173d-173e, CW12- CW14 2.2v1: 207c-207d, 239c-239d, 267d-267e, CW2-CW4, 2.2v2: 301d-301e, 335c-335d, 2.3v1: 371d-371e, 405d-405e, 443c-443d, CW2-CW5, 2.3v2: 469c-469d, 507d-507e, 2.4v1: 41d-41e, 75d-75e, 109d-109e, CW2- CW5, 2.4v2: 143c-143d, 177c-177d, CW12- CW14 2.5v1: 211d-211e, 247d-247e, 277d-277e, CW2-CW5, 2.5v2: 313d-313e, 347c-347d, 2.6v1: 381d-381e, 417d-417e, 447d-447e, CW2-CW4, 2.6v2: 487d-487e, 519c-519d, 2.1v1: 43d-43e, 71d-71e, 103c-103d, CW2- CW5, 2.1v2: 139c-139d, 173d-173e, CW12- CW14 2.2v1: 207c-207d, 239c-239d, 267d-267e, CW2-CW4, 2.2v2: 301d-301e, 335c-335d, 2.3v1: 371d-371e, 405d-405e, 443c-443d, CW2-CW5, 2.3v2: 469c-469d, 507d-507e, 2.4v1: 41d-41e, 75d-75e, 109d-109e, CW2- CW5, 2.4v2: 143c-143d, 177c-177d, CW12- CW14 2.5v1: 211d-211e, 247d-247e, 277d-277e, CW2-CW5, 2.5v2: 313d-313e, 347c-347d, 16

19 Continued Iowa Core Curriculum Standards 2.6v1: 381d-381e, 417d-417e, 447d-447e, CW2-CW4, 2.6v2: 487d-487e, 519c-519d, d: Brainstorm e: Outline f: Gather information g: Use graphic organizers 2.1v1: 43d-43e, 71d-71e, 103c-103d, CW2- CW5, 2.1v2: 139c-139d, 173d-173e, CW12- CW14 2.2v1: 207c-207d, 239c-239d, 267d-267e, CW2-CW4, 2.2v2: 301d-301e, 335c-335d, 2.3v1: 371d-371e, 405d-405e, 443c-443d, CW2-CW5, 2.3v2: 469c-469d, 507d-507e, 2.4v1: 41d-41e, 75d-75e, 109d-109e, CW2- CW5, 2.4v2: 143c-143d, 177c-177d, CW12- CW14 2.5v1: 211d-211e, 247d-247e, 277d-277e, CW2-CW5, 2.5v2: 313d-313e, 347c-347d, 2.6v1: 381d-381e, 417d-417e, 447d-447e, CW2-CW4, 2.6v2: 487d-487e, 519c-519d, 2.1v1: 43d-43e, 71d-71e, 103c-103d, CW2- CW5, 2.1v2: 139c-139d, 173d-173e, CW12- CW14 2.2v1: 207c-207d, 239c-239d, 267d-267e, CW2-CW4, 2.2v2: 301d-301e, 335c-335d, 2.3v1: 371d-371e, 405d-405e, 443c-443d, CW2-CW5, 2.3v2: 469c-469d, 507d-507e, 2.4v1: 41d-41e, 75d-75e, 109d-109e, CW2- CW5, 2.4v2: 143c-143d, 177c-177d, CW12- CW14 2.5v1: 211d-211e, 247d-247e, 277d-277e, CW2-CW5, 2.5v2: 313d-313e, 347c-347d, 2.6v1: 381d-381e, 417d-417e, 447d-447e, CW2-CW4, 2.6v2: 487d-487e, 519c-519d, 2.1v1: 47b 2.4v1: 45b, 79b, 113b, 2.4v2: 147b, 181b 2.5v1: 215b, 251b, 281b, 2.5v2: 317b, 351b 2.6v1: 385b, 421b, 451b, 2.6v2: 491b, 523b 2.1v1: 43d, 43e, 71d, 71e, 107b, 2.1v2: 139C, 173d, 173e 2.2v1: 207c, 207d, 239c, 239d, 267d, 267e, 2.2v2: 301d, 301e, 335c, 335d 17

20 Continued Iowa Core Curriculum Standards 2.3v1: 371d, 371e, 405d, 405e, 443c, 443d 2.3v2: 469c, 469d, 507d, 507e 2.4v1: 41d, 41e, 75d, 75e, 109d, 109e, 2.4v2: 143c, 143d, 177c, 177d 2.5v1: 211d, 211e, 247d, 247e, 277d, 277e, 2.5v2: 313d, 313e, 347c, 347d 2.6v1: 381d, 381e, 417d, 417e, 447d, 447e, 2.6v2: 487d, 487e, 519c, 519d 2.1.2: Draft a: Organize ideas into sentences and paragraphs b: Concentrate on connecting ideas around a single topic : Revise a: Read aloud to help make revisions, clarify, or elaborate upon ideas. 2.1v1: 47a, 75a, 107a, CW6, 2.1v2: 143a, 177a, CW15-CW16 2.2v1: 211a, 243a, 271a, CW5, 2.2v2: 305a, 339a, CW15-CW16 2.3v1: 375a, 409a, 447a, CW7, 2.3v2: 473a, 511a, CW15-CW16 2.4v1: 45a, 79a, 113a, CW6, 2.4v2: 147a, CW15-CW16 2.5v1: 215a, 251a, 281a, CW6, 2.5v2: 317a, 351a, CW15-CW16 2.6v1: 385a, 421a, 451a, CW5-CW6, 2.6v2: 491a, 523a, CW15-CW16 2.1v1: 47a, 75a, 107a, CW6, 2.1v2: 143a, 177a, CW15-CW16 2.2v1: 211a, 243a, 271a, CW5, 2.2v2: 305a, 339a, CW15-CW16 2.3v1: 375a, 409a, 447a, CW7, 2.3v2: 473a, 511a, CW15-CW16 2.4v1: 45a, 79a, 113a, CW6, 2.4v2: 147a, CW15-CW16 2.5v1: 215a, 251a, 281a, CW6, 2.5v2: 317a, 351a, CW15-CW16 2.6v1: 385a, 421a, 451a, CW5-CW6, 2.6v2: 491a, 523a, CW15-CW16 2.1v1: 51h-51i, 81h-81i, 113h-113i, CW8, 2.1v2: 149h-149i, 183h-183i, CW19 2.2v1: 217h-217i, 247h-247i, 277h-277i, CW7, 2.2v2: 313h-313i, 345h-345i, CW19 2.3v1: 381h-381i, 417h-417i, 451h-451i, CW9, 2.3v2: 479h-479i, 517h-517i, CW19 2.4v1: 53h-53i, 83h-83i, 119h-119i, CW8, 2.4v2: 153h-153i, 187h-187i, CW19 2.5v1: 221h-221i, 255h-255i, 287h-287i, CW8, 2.5v2: 323h-323i, 357h-357i, CW19 2.6v1: 391h-391i, 425h-425i, 457h-457i, CW8, 2.6v2: 495h-495i, 529h-529i, CW19 18

21 2.1.3.b: Confer with others to improve writing. 2.1v1: 51h-51i, 81h-81i, 113h-113i, CW8, 2.1v2: 149h-149i, 183h-183i, CW19 2.2v1: 217h-217i, 247h-247i, 277h-277i, CW7, 2.2v2: 313h-313i, 345h-345i, CW19 2.3v1: 381h-381i, 417h-417i, 451h-451i, CW9, 2.3v2: 479h-479i, 517h-517i, CW19 2.4v1: 53h-53i, 83h-83i, 119h-119i, CW8, 2.4v2: 153h-153i, 187h-187i, CW19 2.5v1: 221h-221i, 255h-255i, 287h-287i, CW8, 2.5v2: 323h-323i, 357h-357i, CW19 2.6v1: 391h-391i, 425h-425i, 457h-457i, CW8, 2.6v2: 495h-495i, 529h-529i, CW : Edit a: Self-edit errors in spelling, capitalization, punctuation, grammar, and usage b: Confer with others to correct errors : Publish a: Publish written work using print and technological resources. 2.1v1: 51h-51i, 81h-81i, 113h-113i, CW8, 2.1v2: 149h-149i, 183h-183i, CW19 2.2v1: 217h-217i, 247h-247i, 277h-277i, CW7, 2.2v2: 313h-313i, 345h-345i, CW19 2.3v1: 381h-381i, 417h-417i, 451h-451i, CW9, 2.3v2: 479h-479i, 517h-517i, CW19 2.4v1: 53h-53i, 83h-83i, 119h-119i, CW8, 2.4v2: 153h-153i, 187h-187i, CW19 2.5v1: 221h-221i, 255h-255i, 287h-287i, CW8, 2.5v2: 323h-323i, 357h-357i, CW19 2.6v1: 391h-391i, 425h-425i, 457h-457i, CW8, 2.6v2: 495h-495i, 529h-529i, CW19 2.1v1: 51h-51i, 81h-81i, 113h-113i, CW8, 2.1v2: 149h-149i, 183h-183i, CW19 2.2v1: 217h-217i, 247h-247i, 277h-277i, CW7, 2.2v2: 313h-313i, 345h-345i, CW19 2.3v1: 381h-381i, 417h-417i, 451h-451i, CW9, 2.3v2: 479h-479i, 517h-517i, CW19 2.4v1: 53h-53i, 83h-83i, 119h-119i, CW8, 2.4v2: 153h-153i, 187h-187i, CW19 2.5v1: 221h-221i, 255h-255i, 287h-287i, CW8, 2.5v2: 323h-323i, 357h-357i, CW19 2.6v1: 391h-391i, 425h-425i, 457h-457i, CW8, 2.6v2: 495h-495i, 529h-529i, CW19 2.1v1: 51i, 81i, 113i, CW9-CW10, 2.1v2: 149i, 183i, CW20 2.2v1: 217i, 247i, 277i, CW9-CW10, 2.2v2: 313i, 345i, CW20 2.3v1: 381i, 417i, 451i, CW10, 2.3v2: 479i, 517i, CW20 2.4v1: 53i, 83i, 119i, CW9-CW10, 2.4v2: 153i, 187i, CW20 2.5v1: 221i, 255i, 287i, CW9-CW10, 2.5v2: 19

22 Continued Iowa Core Curriculum Standards b: Share completed work. 323i, 357i, CW20 2.6v1: 391i, 425i, 457i, CW9-CW10, 2.6v2: 495i, 529i, CW20 2.1v1: 51i, 81i, 113i, CW9-CW10, 2.1v2: 149i, 183i, CW20 2.2v1: 217i, 247i, 277i, CW9-CW10, 2.2v2: 313i, 345i, CW20 2.3v1: 381i, 417i, 451i, CW10, 2.3v2: 479i, 517i, CW20 2.4v1: 53i, 83i, 119i, CW9-CW10, 2.4v2: 153i, 187i, CW20 2.5v1: 221i, 255i, 287i, CW9-CW10, 2.5v2: 323i, 357i, CW20 2.6v1: 391i, 425i, 457i, CW9-CW10, 2.6v2: 495i, 529i, CW20 2.2: Use knowledge of purpose, audience, format, and medium in developing written communication : Write for different communication purposes: a: To entertain b: To inform 2.2.2: Write for different audiences: a: Write for self, teacher, and others : Write using different formats: a: Letter b: Journal 2.1v1: 87d-87e, 103c-103d, , 107a, 111c-111d, 113h-113i 2.3v2: 457d-457e, 469c-469d, , 473a, 477c-477d, 479h-479i 2.5v1: 227c-227d, 247d-247e, , 251a, 253d-253e, 255h-255i 2.6v1: 365c-365d, 381d-381e, , 385a, 389c-389d, 391h-391i 2.2v2: CW11-CW20 2.3v1: 387d-387e, 405d-405e, , 409a, 415d-415e, 417h-417i 2.4v1: 25c-25d, 41d-41e, 44-45, 45a, 51d-5e, 53h-53i 2.4v2: 159c-159d, 177c-177d, , 181a, 185c-185d 187h-187i 2.3v1: 387d-387e, 405d-405e, , 409a, 415d-415e, 417h-417i 2.4v1: 25c-25d, 41d-41e, 44-45, 45a, 51d-5e, 53h-53i 2.5v1: 261c-261d, 277d-277e, , 281a, 285c-285d, 287h-287i 20

23 2.2.3.c: Narrative Iowa Core Curriculum Standards 2.1v1: 87d-87e, 103c-103d, , 107a, 111c-111d, 113h-113i 2.3v2: 457d-457e, 469c-469d, , 473a, 477c-477d, 479h-479i 2.5v1: 227c-227d, 247d-247e, , 251a, 253d-253e, 255h-255i 2.6v1: 365c-365d, 381d-381e, , 385a, 389c-389d, 391h-391i d: Expository paragraph e: Report f: Poetry g: Blog 2.2.4: Write for different mediums: a: Print and graphic text b: Multimedia product c: Online publication 2.2v2: CW11-CW20 2.3v1: 387d-387e, 405d-405e, , 409a, 415d-415e, 417h-417i 2.4v1: 25c-25d, 41d-41e, 44-45, 45a, 51d-5e, 53h-53i 2.4v1: 89c-89d, 109d-109e, , 113a, 117c-117d, 119h-119i 2.1v1: CW1-CW10 2.6v1: CW 1-CW v2: CW11-CW20 2.3v1: 387d-387e, 405d-405e, , 409a, 415d-415e, 417h-417i 2.4v1: 25c-25d, 41d-41e, 44-45, 45a, 51d-5e, 53h-53i 2.4v1: CW1-CW10 2.6v1: CW 1-CW : Apply writing strategies to communicate in a variety of genres : Apply writing strategies: a: Graphic organizers 2.1v1: 43d, 43e, 71d, 71e, 107b, 2.1v2: 139C, 173d, 173e 2.2v1: 207c, 207d, 239c, 239d, 267d, 267e, 2.2v2: 301d, 301e, 335c, 335d 2.3v1: 371d, 371e, 405d, 405e, 443c, 443d 2.3v2: 469c, 469d, 507d, 507e 2.4v1: 41d, 41e, 75d, 75e, 109d, 109e, 2.4v2: 143c, 143d, 177c, 177d 2.5v1: 211d, 211e, 247d, 247e, 277d, 277e, 2.5v2: 313d, 313e, 347c, 347d 2.6v1: 381d, 381e, 417d, 417e, 447d, 447e, 2.6v2: 487d, 487e, 519c, 519d 21

24 2.3.1.b: Free writes 2.1v1: 43d-43e, 71d-71e, 103c-103d, CW2- CW5, 2.1v2: 139c-139d, 173d-173e, CW12- CW14 2.2v1: 207c-207d, 239c-239d, 267d-267e, CW2-CW4, 2.2v2: 301d-301e, 335c-335d, 2.3v1: 371d-371e, 405d-405e, 443c-443d, CW2-CW5, 2.3v2: 469c-469d, 507d-507e, 2.4v1: 41d-41e, 75d-75e, 109d-109e, CW2- CW5, 2.4v2: 143c-143d, 177c-177d, CW12- CW14 2.5v1: 211d-211e, 247d-247e, 277d-277e, CW2-CW5, 2.5v2: 313d-313e, 347c-347d, 2.6v1: 381d-381e, 417d-417e, 447d-447e, CW2-CW4, 2.6v2: 487d-487e, 519c-519d, c: Unsent letters 2.3.2: Write in a variety of genres: a: Stories b: Letters c: Poems d: Journals e: Summaries f: Responses to literature g: Informational reports 2.4: Use writing as a tool for learning. 2.3v1: 387d-387e, 405d-405e, , 409a, 415d-415e, 417h-417i 2.4v1: 25c-25d, 41d-41e, 44-45, 45a, 51d-5e, 53h-53i 2.3v1: 387d-387e, 405d-405e, , 409a, 415d-415e, 417h-417i 2.4v1: 25c-25d, 41d-41e, 44-45, 45a, 51d-5e, 53h-53i 2.1v1: CW1-CW10 2.6v1: CW 1-CW v1: 89c-89d, 109d-109e, , 113a, 117c-117d, 119h-119i 2.1v1: 43a, 73a, 2.1v2: 141a, 173a 2.2v2: 301a 2.4v1: 109a, 179a 2.5v1: 213a, 247a, 2.5v2: 349a 2.4v1: 89c-89d, 109d-109e, , 113a, 117c-117d, 119h-119i 2.4.1: Write for different learning purposes: 22

25 2.4.1.a: To improve comprehension of concepts 2.4v1: 89c-89d, 109d-109e, , 113a, 117c-117d, 119h-119i b: To increase retention of information c: To connect new understandings with familiar ones d: To elaborate on and manipulate ideas e: To use new vocabulary 2.4v1: 89c-89d, 109d-109e, , 113a, 117c-117d, 119h-119i 2.4v1: 89c-89d, 109d-109e, , 113a, 117c-117d, 119h-119i 2.2v2: CW11-CW20 2.3v1: 387d-387e, 405d-405e, , 409a, 415d-415e, 417h-417i 2.4v1: 25c-25d, 41d-41e, 44-45, 45a, 51d-5e, 53h-53i 2.1v1: CW1-CW f: To engage in questioning and reasoning g: To inform and support opinions about a topic h: To reflect on experiences i: To gain insight into author's craft 2.4v1: 89c-89d, 109d-109e, , 113a, 117c-117d, 119h-119i 2.4v1: 25c-25d, 41d-41e, 44-45, 45a, 51d-5e, 53h-53i 2.5v2: CW11-CW20 2.6v2: 501c-501d, 519c-519e, , 523a, 527c-527d, 529h-529i 2.5v1: 261c-261d, 277d-277e, , 281a, 285c-285d, 287h-287i 2.1v1: 43a, 73a, 2.1v2: 141a, 173a 2.2v2: 301a 2.4v1: 109a, 179a 2.5v1: 213a, 247a, 2.5v2: 349a j: To support metacognition 2.1v1: 43a, 73a, 2.1v2: 141a, 173a 2.2v2: 301a 2.4v1: 109a, 179a 2.5v1: 213a, 247a, 2.5v2: 349a 2.5: Engage in the information literacy process: access, evaluate, and communicate information and ideas : Access information: a: Generate questions and seek answers b: Select a topic. 2.4v1: 89c-89d, 109d-109e, , 113a, 117c-117d, 119h-119i 2.4v1: 89c-89d, 109d-109e, , 113a, 117c-117d, 119h-119i 23

26 2.5.1.c: Locate specific, relevant information from given source material. 2.4v1: 89c-89d, 109d-109e, , 113a, 117c-117d, 119h-119i 2.5.2: Evaluate information: a: Quality b: Coverage 2.5.3: Communicate information and ideas: a: Use information accurately and responsibly b: Communicate main ideas with original writing c: Use technology to communicate ideas. 2.6: Write on demand : Consider audience and purpose 2.6.2: Focus on a single topic 2.6.3: Draw upon experiences and observations 2.6.4: Use correct spelling of high-frequency and grade-level words 2.4v1: 89c-89d, 109d-109e, , 113a, 117c-117d, 119h-119i 2.4v1: 89c-89d, 109d-109e, , 113a, 117c-117d, 119h-119i 2.2v1: 207f 2.4v1: 89c-89d, 109d-109e, , 113a, 117c-117d, 119h-119i 2.4v1: CW1-CW10 2.1v1: 43d-43e, 71d-71e, 103c-103d, CW2- CW5, 2.1v2: 139c-139d, 173d-173e, CW12- CW14 2.2v1: 207c-207d, 239c-239d, 267d-267e, CW2-CW4, 2.2v2: 301d-301e, 335c-335d, 2.3v1: 371d-371e, 405d-405e, 443c-443d, CW2-CW5, 2.3v2: 469c-469d, 507d-507e, 2.4v1: 41d-41e, 75d-75e, 109d-109e, CW2- CW5, 2.4v2: 143c-143d, 177c-177d, CW12- CW14 2.5v1: 211d-211e, 247d-247e, 277d-277e, CW2-CW5, 2.5v2: 313d-313e, 347c-347d, 2.6v1: 381d-381e, 417d-417e, 447d-447e, CW2-CW4, 2.6v2: 487d-487e, 519c-519d, 2.4v1: 89c-89d, 109d-109e, , 113a, 117c-117d, 119h-119i 2.6v1: CW 1-CW v1: 24d, 50d, 56d, 80d, 86d, 112d, 2.1v2: 118d, 148d, 154d, 182d 2.2v1: 190d, 216d, 222d, 246d, 252d, 276d, 2.2v2: 282d, 312d, 318d, 344d 2.3v1: 352d, 380d, 386d, 416d, 422d, 450d, 2.3v2: 456d, 478d, 484d, 516d 24

27 Continued Iowa Core Curriculum Standards 2.6.5: Create readable documents with legible handwriting 2.4v1: 23b, 52d, 57b, 82d, 87b, 118d, 2.4v2: 123b, 152d, 157b, 186d 2.5v1: 193b, 220d, 225b, 254d, 259b, 286d, 2.5v2: 291b, 322d, 327b, 356d 2.6v1: 363b, 390d, 395b, 424d, 429b, 456d, 2.6v2: 461b, 494d, 499b, 528d 2.3v2: 469e, 507f 2.4v1: 41f, 75f, 109f, 2.4v2: 143e, 177e, IR16, IR26, IR36, IR46, IR56 2.5v1: 211f, 247f, 277f, 2.5v2: 313f, 347e, IR16, IR26, IR36, IR46, IR56 2.6v1: 381f, 417f, 447f, 2.6v2: 487f, 519e, IR16, IR26, IR36, IR46, IR56 2.7: Adhere to conventions generally established in spelling, punctuation, grammar, usage, syntax, and style appropriate to genre and writing situation : Adhere to generally established conventions: a: Spelling a.1: Make letter-sound associations a.2: Spell high-frequency words correctly a.3: Use invented spelling until words are learned 2.4v2: 122a, , 123a, 123c-123d, 126c, 144c-144d, 148d, 148e-148f, 152c, 153e, 182c, IR40 2.1v1: 24d, 50d, 56d, 80d, 86d, 112d, 2.1v2: 118d, 148d, 154d, 182d 2.2v1: 190d, 216d, 222d, 246d, 252d, 276d, 2.2v2: 282d, 312d, 318d, 344d 2.3v1: 352d, 380d, 386d, 416d, 422d, 450d, 2.3v2: 456d, 478d, 484d, 516d 2.4v1: 23b, 52d, 57b, 82d, 87b, 118d, 2.4v2: 123b, 152d, 157b, 186d 2.5v1: 193b, 220d, 225b, 254d, 259b, 286d, 2.5v2: 291b, 322d, 327b, 356d 2.6v1: 363b, 390d, 395b, 424d, 429b, 456d, 2.6v2: 461b, 494d, 499b, 528d 2.1v1: 24d, 50d, 56d, 80d, 86d, 112d, 2.1v2: 118d, 148d, 154d, 182d 2.2v1: 190d, 216d, 222d, 246d, 252d, 276d, 2.2v2: 282d, 312d, 318d, 344d 2.3v1: 352d, 380d, 386d, 416d, 422d, 450d, 2.3v2: 456d, 478d, 484d, 516d 2.4v1: 23b, 52d, 57b, 82d, 87b, 118d, 2.4v2: 123b, 152d, 157b, 186d 2.5v1: 193b, 220d, 225b, 254d, 259b, 286d, 2.5v2: 291b, 322d, 327b, 356d 2.6v1: 363b, 390d, 395b, 424d, 429b, 456d, 2.6v2: 461b, 494d, 499b, 528d 25

28 2.7.1.b: Capitalization b.1: Capitalize beginning of sentence b.2: Capitalize proper nouns c: Punctuation 2.1v1: 25c, 43c, 45b, 46-47, 49c, 51g 2.2v1: 223c, 239b, 241b, , 245b, 247g, 2.2v2: IR26 2.6v1: 365b, 381c, 384a, , 389b, 391g, 2.6v2: IR c.1: Use end punctuation: c.1.a: Period (for statement) c.1.b: Question mark c.1.c: Exclamation point c.2: Use quotation marks 2.1v1: 25c, 43c, 45b, 49c, 51g, 2.1v2: 119c, 139b, 141b, 147b, 149g 2.1v2: 119c, 139b, 141b, , 147b, 149g, IR46 2.1v2: 155c, 173c, 175b, 181b, 183g, IR56 2.6v1: 397b, 417c, 420a, , 423c, 425g, 2.6v2:IR d: Grammar d.1: Identify and use nouns d.2: Identify and use pronouns d.3: Identify and use verbs 2.2v1: 191c, 207b, 209b, , 215b, 217g, 2.2v2: IR16 2.5v1: 195b, 211c, 214a, , 219b, 221g, 2.5v2: IR16, IR46 2.3v1: 353c, 371c, 373b, , 379b, 381g, 2.3v2: IR e: Usage e.1: Use regular past tense verbs 2.3v1: 353c, 371c, 373b, , 379b, 381g, 2.3v2: IR f: Syntax f.1: Write simple sentences: f.1.a: Use simple/compound subjects f.1.b: Use simple/compound verbs 2.6v2: 501b, 519b, 522a, , 527b, 529g 2.6v2: 501b, 519b, 522a, , 527b, 529g g: Word choice and style: 26

29 2.7.1.g.1: Consider audience and purpose g.2: Describe topic 2.8: Incorporate technology as a tool to enhance writing : Identify potential resources and acquire information from electronic and online resources : Experiment with software products to create text, multimedia presentations, or projects. 3: Speaking 3.1: Consider audience and variables in the speaking situation : Identify audience : Respond with appropriate information or opinions to questions asked. 2.1v1: 51i, 81i, 113i, CW9-CW10, 2.1v2: 149i, 183i, CW20 2.2v1: 217i, 247i, 277i, CW9-CW10, 2.2v2: 313i, 345i, CW20 2.3v1: 381i, 417i, 451i, CW10, 2.3v2: 479i, 517i, CW20 2.4v1: 53i, 83i, 119i, CW9-CW10, 2.4v2: 153i, 187i, CW20 2.5v1: 221i, 255i, 287i, CW9-CW10, 2.5v2: 323i, 357i, CW20 2.6v1: 391i, 425i, 457i, CW9-CW10, 2.6v2: 495i, 529i, CW20 2.1v1: 108h, , 113c 2.5v , 287c 2.1v1: CW8, 2.1v2: 144h, v1: 277g, 281b, 2.5v2: 347f, 352f 2.4v1: CW1-CW10 2.6v1: 389e, , 391a 3.2: Produce a coherent message : Effective speakers use clear language to organize and connect their thoughts and ideas a: Use language and vocabulary appropriate to the message and audience (e.g., sharing time). 2.2v1: 215e, , 217a, 2.2v2: 343e, , 345a 2.6v2: 493f, , 495a 27

30 3.2.1.b: Pronounce words correctly c: Use appropriate volume. 3.3: Participate in a variety of communication situations : Participate in small and large group discussions and presentations. 2.1v2: 181e 2.4v1: 79e, 80-81, 81a, 117e, v2: 181e 2.4v1: 79e, 80-81, 81a, 117e, : Collaborate with peers : Talk about experiences : Retell a story. 2.1v1: 44-45, 72-73, , 2.1v2: , v1: , , , 2.2v2: , v1: , , , 2.3v2: ,

31 Continued 2.4v1: 42-43, 76-77, , 2.4v2: , v1: , , , 2.5v2: , v1: , , , 2.6v2: , : Deliver short reports (e.g., sharing time, field trip summary) : Give directions and explanations : Discuss how to report an emergency. 2.6v1: 389e, , 391a 2.2v1: 215e, , 217a, 2.2v2: 343e, , 345a 2.6v2: 493f, , 495a 2.1v1: 44-45, 72-73, , 2.1v2: , v1: , , , 2.2v2: , v1: , , , 2.3v2: , v1: 42-43, 76-77, , 2.4v2: , v1: , , , 2.5v2: , v1: , , , 2.6v2: , : Use appropriate content and conventions for purpose, audience, occasion, and context : Use language - vocabulary and detail - appropriate for purpose, audience, and occasion : Use emphasis and expression to perform oral presentations and recitations : Communicate feelings and needs in appropriate context. 2.3v2: 477e, , 479a 2.6v1: 455e, , 457a 2.1v1: 25a-25b, 57a-57b, 87a-87b, 2.1v2: 119a-119b, 155a-155b 2.2v1: 191a-191b, 223a-223b, 253a-253b, 2.2v2: 283a-283b, 319a-319b 2.3v1: 353a-353b, 387a-387b, 423a-423b, 2.3v2: 457a-457b, 485a-485b 29

32 Continued 3.4.4: Raise topics likely to be of interest to another person : Ask questions of peers and teachers : Gather and share information in formal and informal situations : Paraphrase information gained from reading, listening, or viewing. 2.3v1: 423f, 443f, 447b, 449g, 451g 2.5v1: CW1-CW10, 2.5v2: 355e 2.6v1: 447g, 510e, 519f, 523b, 527f, 529f, 2.6v2: 519f 2.3v1: 423f, 443f, 447b, 449g, 451g 2.5v1: CW1-CW10, 2.5v2: 355e 2.6v1: 447g, 510e, 519f, 523b, 527f, 529f, 2.6v2: 519f 2.1v1: 44-45, 72-73, , 2.1v2: , v1: , , , 2.2v2: , v1: , , , 2.3v2: , v1: 42-43, 76-77, , 2.4v2: , v1: , , , 2.5v2: , v1: , , , 2.6v2: , : Demonstrate control of delivery skills : Use delivery skills appropriate to speaking situations : Use appropriate volume and vocal expression : Attend to rate of delivery : Articulate clearly. 2.6v1: 389e, , 391a 2.1v2: 181e 2.4v1: 79e, 80-81, 81a, 117e, v2: 181e 2.4v1: 79e, 80-81, 81a, 117e, v2: 181e 2.4v1: 79e, 80-81, 81a, 117e,

33 3.5.5: Pronounce words accurately. 2.1v2: 181e 2.4v1: 79e, 80-81, 81a, 117e, : Participate appropriately in one-on-one situations and group settings : Participate in one-on-one communication: a: Respond to adult or peer-initiated topics b: Initiate new topics c: Ask relevant questions d: Respond to questions with appropriate elaboration e: Confirm understanding by paraphrasing or asking questions. 2.3v1: 423f, 443f, 447b, 449g, 451g 2.5v1: CW1-CW10, 2.5v2: 355e 2.6v1: 447g, 510e, 519f, 523b, 527f, 529f, 2.6v2: 519f 2.3v1: 423f, 443f, 447b, 449g, 451g 2.5v1: CW1-CW10, 2.5v2: 355e 2.6v1: 447g, 510e, 519f, 523b, 527f, 529f, 2.6v2: 519f 2.3v1: 423f, 443f, 447b, 449g, 451g 2.5v1: CW1-CW10, 2.5v2: 355e 2.6v1: 447g, 510e, 519f, 523b, 527f, 529f, 2.6v2: 519f 2.3v1: 423f, 443f, 447b, 449g, 451g 2.5v1: CW1-CW10, 2.5v2: 355e 2.6v1: 447g, 510e, 519f, 523b, 527f, 529f, 2.6v2: 519f 2.3v1: 423f, 443f, 447b, 449g, 451g 2.5v1: CW1-CW10, 2.5v2: 355e 2.6v1: 447g, 510e, 519f, 523b, 527f, 529f, 2.6v2: 519f 3.6.2: Participate in group communication: a: Display appropriate turn-taking behavior b: Share opinions. 31

34 Continued Iowa Core Curriculum Standards c: Respond to comments and questions d: Contribute and respond when teacher or discussion leader directly solicits response e: Give reasons in support of opinions expressed f: Clarify or expand on a response when asked g: Demonstrate respect for the viewpoints of others. 2.6v1: 423f, , 425a 2.6v1: 423f, , 425a 2.6v1: 423f, , 425a 3.7: Recognize the role of evaluation in oral communication : Respond to questions and feedback about own presentation. 32

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