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					             First Grade Reading I Can Statements
                    Common Core Standards


Literature

1.RL.1- A I can answer questions about key (important)
          details in a text.

1.RL.1- B I can ask questions about key (important) details in
          a text.

1.RL.2- A I can retell a text using the key (important) details
          in the text.

1.RL.2.- B I can explain the lesson/moral of a text.

1.RL.3- A I can describe characters in a text.

1.RL.3- B I can describe settings in a text.

1.RL.3- C I can describe major events in a text using key
          (important) details.

1.RL.4-      I can identify words and phrases in stories or
             poems that describe feelings and the senses.

1.RL.5-      I can tell the difference between books that tell a
             story and books that give information.
1.RL.6-     I can identify who is telling a story.

1.RL.7- A I can use illustrations and details in a text to
          describe characters.

1.RL.7- B I can use illustrations and details in a text to
          describe settings.

1.RL.7- C I can use illustrations and details in a text to
          describe events.

1.RL.9- A I can compare characters in text.

1.RL.9- B I can contrast characters in text.

1.RL.10-    I can read stories and poems on grade level.

Informational Reading

1.RI.1- A   I can answer questions about key (important)
            details in a text. (informational text)

1.RI.1- B   I can ask questions about key (important) details in
            a text. (informational text)

1.RI.2- A   I can identify the main idea of a text.
            (informational text)

1.RI.2- B   I can retell key (important) details in a text.
            (informational text)
1.RI.3-     I can describe the connection between two things
            in a text. (people, events, ideas, or pieces of
            information)

1.RI.4- A   I can ask questions about words and phrases that I
            do not understand. (about informational text)

1.RI.4- B   I can answer questions about words and phrases to
            help me better understand. (in informational text)

1.RI.5- A   I can identify text features. (headings, table of
            contents, electronic menus, icons, glossaries,
            captions, bold print, subheadings, indexes, key
            words, sidebars, hyperlinks)

1.RI.5-B    I can use text features. (headings, table of
            contents, electronic menus, icons, glossaries,
            captions, bold print, subheadings, indexes, key
            words, sidebars, hyperlinks)

1.RI.6-     I can tell if the information comes from the
            pictures or the text.

1.RI.7-     I can use illustrations and details in a text to
            describe the key (important) ideas. (informational
            text)

1.RI.8-     I can identify the supporting details of a text.
            (informational text)
1.RI.9- A   I can identify similarities (alike) between two texts
            on the same topic.

1.RI.9- B   I can identify differences between two texts on the
            same topic.

1.RI.10-    I can read informational texts on grade level.

Reading Foundations

1.RF.1- A I can locate the first word of a sentence.

1.RF.1- B I can locate a capital letter in a sentence and the
          ending punctuation in a sentence. (?, ., !)

1.RF.2- A I can tell the difference between a short vowel and
          a long vowel in one syllable words.

1.RF.2- B I can say one syllable words by blending sounds.

1.RF.2- C I can say one syllable words using consonant
          blends.

1.RF.2- D I can segment the sounds in one syllable words.

1.RF.2- E I can say the beginning sounds in one syllable
          words.

1.RF.2- F I can say the middle sounds in one syllable words.
1.RF.2- G I can say the ending sounds in one syllable words.

1.RF.3- A I can decode regularly spelled one syllable words.

1.RF.3- B I can decode two syllable words by breaking
          (chunking) the word into syllables.

1.RF.3- C I can read words with inflectional (-ed, -ing, -en,
          -er, -est, -es, -s) endings.

1.RF.3- D I can read words with the long vowel sound and
          the final e. (CVCe)

1.RF.3- E I can determine the number of syllables in a word
          by counting the vowel sounds.

1.RF.3- F I can read words with consonant digraphs.

1.RF.3- G I can read words with vowel teams that make the
          long vowel sound.

1.RF.3- H I can read 1st grade level sight words.

1.RF.4- A I can read with purpose and understanding. (on
          level text)

1.RF.4- B I can use context clues to know if I am reading
          words correctly by self-correcting when needed.
1.RF.4- C I can use context clues to know if what I am
          reading makes sense.

1.RF.4-D   I can read with accuracy, appropriate speeds, and
           expression on repeated readings. (on level)

1.RF.4- E I can use words with more than one meaning
          correctly.
Writing

1.W.1-     I can write an opinion piece. My piece will
           include:
                -a topic or name of the book
                -an opinion about the topic or book
                -reasons for the opinion
                -a closing sentence


1.W.2-     I can write an informational piece. My piece will
           include:-
                -a topic
                -facts about the topic
                -a closing sentence

1.W.3-     I can write a narrative piece. My piece will
           include:
                -details about what happened
                -transition words that show order of events
                -a closing sentence
1.W.5- A    I can revise my piece to stay on the topic.

1.W.5- B    I can revise my piece by using ideas from others to
            add details to my story.

1.W.6-      I can use technology to produce and publish
            writing pieces. (with or without my peers)

1.W.7-      I can work with others to gather information to
            produce a writing project.

1.W.8-      I can use information from my experiences or
            gather information from other sources to answer a
            question.

Speaking and Listening

1.SL.1- A I can listen in a discussion with my peers.

1.SL.1- B I can take turns speaking in a discussion with my
          peers.

1.SL.1- C I can stay focused in a discussion with my peers
          about a topic or text.

1.SL.1- D I can add to conversations in a discussion with my
          peers.

1.SL.1- E I can ask questions when I don’t understand in a
          discussion with my peers.
1.SL.2- A I can answer questions about something I’ve heard.

1.SL.2- B I can ask questions about something I’ve heard.

1.SL.3- A I can answer questions to gather information or
          better understand what a speaker says.

1.SL.3- B I can ask questions to gather information or better
          understand what a speaker says.

1.SL.4- A I can orally describe people, places, things and
          events with appropriate details.

1.SL.4- B I can express my ideas and feelings clearly.

1.SL.5-     I can add drawings or pictures to help describe my
            ideas, thoughts and feelings.

1.SL.6-     I can speak in complete sentences.

Language

1.L.1- A    I can use singular and plural nouns with the correct
            verb. (plural - s, es)

1.L.1- B    I can use pronouns.
             - personal – I, you, he, she, it, we, they
             - indefinite – another, anybody, anyone, anything,
               each, everybody, everything, nobody,
             somebody, someone, something
           - possessive – mine, yours, his, hers, its, ours,
             theirs, whose

1.L.1- C   I can use verbs to show past, present, and future.

1.L.1- D   I can use adjectives.

1.L.1- E   I can use the words: and, or, but. (conjunctions)

1.L.1- F   I can use the words a, an, the, this, that, these, and
           those. (determiners)

1.L.1- G   I can use the words during, beyond, toward.
           (prepositions)

1.L.1- H   I can print all lower-case letters.

1.L.1- J   I can print all upper-case letters.

1.L.1- K   I can use common nouns.

1.L.1- L   I can use proper nouns.

1.L.1- M   I can use possessive nouns.

1.L.1- N   I can produce an asking sentence to answer a
           prompt.

1.L.1- P   I can produce a telling sentence to answer a
           prompt.
1.L.1-Q    I can produce an exclamatory (exciting) sentence
           to answer a prompt.

1.L.2- A   I can capitalize dates.

1.L.2- B   I can capitalize names of people.

1.L.2- C   I can use commas in dates.

1.L.2- D   I can spell sight words.

1.L.2- E   I can use punctuation at the end of a sentence.

1.L.2- F   I can spell words in a word family.

1.L.2- G   I can use commas to separate words in a list.

1.L.2- H   I can spell unknown words by sounding them out.

1.L.4- A   I can identify a root/base word.

1.L.4- B   I can identify an inflectional ending that has been
           added to a root/base word.

1.L.4- C   I can use context clues to help me figure out the
           meaning of a word or phrase in sentences.

1.L.4- D   I can use prefixes to help find the meaning of a
           word.
1.L.4- E   I can use suffixes to help find the meaning of a
           word.

1.L.4- F   I can use words with more than one meaning
           correctly.
1.L.5- A   I can describe words in a category by using one or
           more attributes.

1.L.5- B   I can tell the connection between words and their
           real life use.


1.L.5- C   I can sort familiar objects to better understand the
           meaning of words.

1.L.5- D   I can define, act out, or choose verbs and
           adjectives that have almost the same meaning.

1.L.6-     I can use new words and phrases I have learned
           including conjunctions.

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