1st CCS Parent Brochure - Weber School District by panniuniu


									               Language                     Phonological Awareness
Conventions                                 Students will be able to:
Students will be able to:                       distinguish long from short vowel
    print all upper- and lowercase                sounds
      letters                                   blend sounds to produce words
    use singular/plural/possessive             isolate and pronounce beginning,
      nouns, verbs, adjectives, pronouns,          middle, and ending sounds in a         Common Core
      conjunctions, and prepositions               word
    write complete sentences with              segment words into a sequence of          Standards
      capitalization and various types of          sounds (d-r-o-p)
      end punctuation
    use commas correctly for dates and     Phonics and Word Recognition
      words in a series                     Students will be able to:
    spell words with common spelling           know the sounds and spellings of
      patterns                                    consonant digraphs (sh, ch, th,
Vocabulary Acquisition and Use                  know final e (bake) and common
Students will be able to:                         vowel patterns ( ee, ai, ea, etc.)     A Parent’s Guide
    learn new meanings of unknown and          read words with one or two-syllables
       multiple-meaning words                     and inflectional endings                       to
                                                                                          Language Arts
    use affixes as a clue to determine         read high-frequency words
       word meaning (-ed, -s, pre-, un-)          automatically
    sort words into groups, define
       words by category, make real-life    Fluency
       connections, and distinguish         Students will be able to:                   Foundational Skills
       shades of meaning (look, peek,           read grade level text with purpose
       glance, stare)                             and understanding                         1st Grade
    use words and phrases acquired             read grade level text with accuracy,
       through conversations and reading          appropriate rate, and expression
                                                self-correct or reread as necessary
                                                  to make sense of text
    Reading Foundational Skills
Print Concepts
Students will be able to:
     recognize the features of a                                                           Weber School District
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        Reading Literature                         identify basic similarities and            recall information from experiences
      and Informational Text                          differences between two texts on            or gather information from
                                                      the same topic                              provided sources to answer a
Key Ideas and Details
                                                   identify the reasons an author gives          question
Students will be able to:
                                                      to support points in a text
    ask and answer questions about key
       details in different kinds of texts
    retell the main idea and key details      Reading Range and Text Complexity                  Speaking and Listening
       of the text                                  With prompting and support,            Comprehension and Collaboration
    describe the characters, setting,         students will be able to read prose,        Students will be able to:
       and major events in a story             poetry, and informational text of               participate in small and large group
    describe connections between two          appropriate complexity for grade 1.               discussions about an assigned topic
       individuals, events, ideas, or pieces                                                     or text using agreed-upon rules
       of information                                          Writing                         build on others’ talk in conversations
                                               Text Types and Purposes                         ask and answer questions about
Craft and Text Structure                       Students will be able to write:                   what a speaker says in order to
Students will be able to:                          their opinion about a text or topic          seek help, get information, or
    ask and answer questions about                facts about a topic or event and             clarify something that is not
       words and phrases to clarify text              provide some sense of closure              understood
    identify words and phrases that               about events using sequence words (
       relate to the senses or feelings               before, after, then) and provide     Presentation of Knowledge and Ideas
    know and use various text features               some sense of closure                Students will be able to:
       to gather information                                                                   describe places, people, things, and
    identify who is telling the story         Production and Distribution of Writing            events with details and/or visual
    identify and explain differences          With guidance and support, students will          displays
       between types of text                   be able to:                                     produce complete sentences to
                                                   respond to questions and                     clarify thoughts, feelings, and
Knowledge and Ideas                                   suggestions to strengthen writing          ideas
Students will be able to:                          use technology to produce and
    use illustrations and details to                 publish writing
       describe characters, setting,
       events, and key ideas                   Research to Build and Present
    compare and contrast the                  Knowledge
       experiences and adventures of           With guidance and support, students will
       characters in stories                   be able to:
                                                   create shared research and writing

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