# e3 brentwood grade 2 new by 6kneY7

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Student Profile of Progress

Dear Parents,
The purpose of this Student Profile of Progress is to provide information that will help
standards, and his/her behavior and work habits.
Academic standards have been established for each grade level in the Brentwood
Union School District, and reflect the standards established for California students by
the State Department of Education. A copy of these Student Standards for your
child’s grade level was given to each parent at Back to School Night or at registration.
Additional copies are available at your school office. Critical benchmarks for your
child’s grade level are listed on the back of this Profile of Progress for your reference.

Proficient =          Your child is achieving the grade level standards and consistently showing
understanding
of the concepts, processes, and skills for the grade level

Non-Proficient =             Your child has been introduced to the grade level standards, but is having
difficulty
understanding the key concepts, processes, and skills for the grade level

NA =         Not Assessed at this Time
(Shaded boxes also indicate items were not assessed at this time)

*     = Reflects Progress toward IEP goals
Language Arts                                                               Mathematics
Second grade students focus on increasing facility with reading                           By the end of grade two, students understand place value and
and writing larger and more complex text, applying knowledge to                           number relationships in addition and subtraction, and use
decode unfamiliar words and increasing sight vocabulary                                   simple concepts of multiplication. They measure quantities
with appropriate units. They classify shapes and see
relationships among them by paying attention to geometric
attributes. They collect and analyze data and verify answers.

Standard 1: Word Analysis, Fluency,                                Standard 1: Number Sense
Systematic Vocabulary Development                    Students understand numbers and place value in whole numbers up to
Students understand the basic features of reading and apply         1,000, solve problems involving addition and subtraction, multiplication
them to achieve fluent oral and silent reading.                     and division, and understand fractions.
Students make decisions about how to set up a problem, solve problems, and
   Recognize and use knowledge of spelling patterns: Long                their reasoning.
justifyCount, read, and write numbers to 1,000 and identify place value
vowels, Vowel Combinations, Consonant Clusters,                       for each digit
Consonant Variants                                                 Decide how to approach a problem and what materials to use
    Use context and picture clues to decode unfamiliar words         Compare and sequence numbers to 1,000, use symbols (>
Explain how s/he solved a problem
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in story                                                      Find correct answers and know if the answer makes sense
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They draw upon a variety of comprehension strategies.                   Add or subtract two numbers up to 3 digits long
    Restate facts and details in text to clarify and organize         Use repeated addition, arrays, counting by multiples to do
ideas                                                              multiplication
     Use objects to understand concept of division
Standard 3: Literary Response and Analysis
Students read and respond to a wide variety of significant works        Commit to memory the multiplication tables of 2’s, 5’s, and 10’s
of children’s literature and distinguish between the structural
Recognize, name, and compare unit fractions
features of text.
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Standard 2: Algebra and Functions or set
Recognize fractions as part of a whole
    Students respond to stories, compare and contrast             Students model, represent, and interpret number relationships to
elements, generate new endings                                    Solve problems using combinations of coins
create and solve problems involving addition and subtraction.

    Know and use decimals in money notation
Use Commutative and Associative Properties to simplify mental
Standard 4: Writing Strategies
calculations and check results
Students write clear and coherent sentences and paragraphs
that develop a central idea. Writing shows consideration of
audience and purpose.                                              Standard 3: Measurement and Geometry
Students understand that measurement uses units of measurement
    Group related ideas and maintain a consistent focus
and identify attributes of common shapes and objects.

Standard 5: Writing Applications                                        Measure length of objects to nearest inch and/or centimeter
Writing

(Genres and their Characteristics)
     Identify, describe, and draw 2- and 3-dimensional shapes
Students write compositions that describe and explain familiar
objects, events, and experiences.                                       Put shapes together and take apart to form other shapes
    Students write in narrative form using good sequence and
description                                                   Standard 4: Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability
Students collect numerical data and record, organize, display, and
interpret on graphs. They understand and describe number patterns.
Standard 6: Written and Oral English
Language Conventions                             Represent same data in more than one way
Students write and speak with a command of standard English

Standard 7: Listening and Speaking Strategies
Students listen critically and respond appropriately.              Standard 5: Mathematical Reasoning
Speaking guides the listener to important ideas.                   Students make decisions about setting up a problem, solve problems
Listening & Speaking

and justify reasoning, and note connections between problems.
    Give and follow 3- and 4-step oral directions
     Decide how to approach a problem and what materials to use

Standard 8: Speaking Applications                                       Find correct answers
(Genres and their Characteristics)
Students deliver brief oral presentations about familiar
experiences organized around a coherent idea.

    Speak clearly
    Retell experiences, stories using good sequence and
details

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