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					                                                         READING GRADE 1
 Month               Content            Performance Standards Addressed  Skills for Student Achievement                              Assessment


September      Phonemic Awareness:    Reading Standards: Foundational Skills         Blending phonemes                       Teacher observation
                Phonics/Decoding       (RSFS)                                         Short a, i                              Anecdotal notes
                                       RSFS # 2 (b – d) - Understanding of            Blending short a words (vc,             Oral reading
                                       spoken words, syllables, and phonemes           cvc)                                    Weekly Skills Test
                                       RSFS # 4 (a – c) - Reading with                Blending short I words (vc,             Alternative Assessment
                                       accuracy and fluency                            cvc)                                    Individual and small group
                                                                                      Consonants m, s, c, t, n, f, p,          testing
                                       Reading Standards for Literature (RSL)          b, r, h, g                              Worksheets
                                       RSL # 1 – Ask and answer questions             Alphabet letters                        Daily work
                                       about key details and events                   Words with a, c, m, s, t                Illustrations
                                       RSL # 2– Retell stories
                                                                                      Words with short a                      DIBELS
               Comprehension Skills   RSL # 3 – Describe characters, setting
                                       and key events
                                                                                      Sequence of events
                                       RSL # 4 – Identify words or phrases that
                                       suggest feelings or appeal to senses           Cause and effect
                                       RSL # 5 – Distinguish major categories         Compare and contrast
                                       of writing (stories and poems)                 Predict/infer
                                       RSL # 7 – Use pictures and illustrations       Summarize
                                       to describe the story                          Evaluate
                                       RSL # 10 – Read grade level texts
               Fluency                                                               Fluency modeling
                                       Reading Standards for Informational            Fluency practice
                                       Text (RSIT)                                    Leveled readers
               Vocabulary             RSIT # 1 – Ask and answer questions
                                       about key information                          Animal names and sounds
                                       RSIT # 4 – Learn the meanings of words         Rhyming words
                                       and phrases encountered in text                School words
                                       RSIT # 5 – Describe how a text groups          Shape words
                                       information into categories                    Words for feelings
                                       RSIT # 6 – Distinguish between
               High Frequency Words   information given by illustrations & text      go, on the, and, here, jump,
                                       RSIT # 7 – Use pictures, illustrations          not, too, we, a, find, have,
                                       and details to describe key ideas               one, to, who
                                       RSIT # 8 – Identify cause and effect           words with m, s, c, t, n, f, p, b,
               Spelling and Phonics   RSIT # 9 – Identify similarities and            r, h, g
                                       differences between two texts
                                                                                      Short a, short i
                                       RSIT # 10 – Read and comprehend
                                       informational text at grade level

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                           Writing Standards (WS)
   Writing                WS # 5 – With guidance from adults,          A class story
                           strengthen writing through revision          Writing about animals
                           WS # 8 – Use experiences and                 Things we do at school
                           information to answer questions              Creating a new ending
                                                                        Writing a story
                           Speaking and Listening Standards (SL)
   Grammar                SL # 1 (a – c) - Conversing, listening,      Using capital letters
                           and discussing                               Beginning sentences with
                           SL # 2 – Confirm understanding by             capital letters
                           restating key elements and asking and
                                                                        Punctuation
                           answering questions
   Listening/             SL # 3 – Ask questions to get
                                                                        Listening comprehension
    Speaking/Viewing       information and clarify
                           SL # 4 – Describe with relevant details      Compare and contrast
                           and express ideas clearly                    Using nonverbal cues
                           SL # 6 – Speak in complete sentences         Listening to a story
                                                                        Choral reading
                           Language Standards (LS)                      Singing songs
                           LS # 1a – Print upper and lower case         Retell the story
                           letters
                           LS # 2a – Using Capital Letters              How to read science articles
   Content Area Reading   LS # 2b – Use end punctuation                How to read poetry
                           LS # 2e – Use phonetic spellings             How to read social studies
                           LS # 2f – Form new words through              articles
                           addition, deletion, and substitution of
                           letters




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October      Phonemic Awareness:    RSL # 1 – Ask and answer questions            Blending phonemes                             Teacher observation
              Phonics/Decoding       about key details and events                  Short o, e, u                                 Anecdotal notes
                                     RSL # 2– Retell stories                       Blending short o, e, and u words              Oral reading
                                     RSL # 3 – Describe characters, setting        Consonants d, w, l, x, y, k, v, qu, j, z      Weekly Skills Test
                                     and key events                                Words with short i                            Alternative Assessment
                                     RSL # 4 – Identify words or phrases that      Words with short o                            Individual and small group
                                     suggest feelings or appeal to senses          Words with short e                             testing
                                     RSL # 5 – Distinguish major categories                                                      Worksheets
                                     of writing (stories and poems)
                                                                                                                                 Daily work
             Comprehension Skills   RSL # 6 – Identify who is speaking in a       Noting details
                                                                                                                                 Illustrations
                                     story, myth, fable, or narrative poem         Fantasy/Realism
                                     RSL # 7 – Use pictures and illustrations      Story structure                               DIBELS
                                     to describe the story                         Summarize
                                     RSL # 10 – Read at grade level                Question
                                     independently and fluently                    Monitor/Clarify

             Fluency                RSIT #1 – Ask and answer questions            Fluency modeling
                                     about text                                    Fluency practice
                                     RSIT #2 – Identify main topic, main idea,     Leveled readers
             Vocabulary             and key details                               Number words
                                     RSIT #4 – Learn and determine the             Fun things
                                     meanings of words and phrases                 Opposites
                                     RSIT #6 distinguish between information       Foods
                                     provided by pictures and text                 Days of the week
                                     RSIT #7 – Use illustrations and details in    Homographs
                                     a text to describe key ideas
                                     RSIT #10 – Read and comprehend
             High Frequency Words   informational texts at grade level            five, four, in, once, three, two, upon,
                                                                                   what, do, for, I, is, me, my, said, you,
                                     RSFS # 2a – Aurally distinguish long          are, away, does, he, live, pull, they,
                                     from short vowel sounds in single             where
                                     syllable words
                                     RSFS #2b – Orally produce single
             Spelling and Phonics   syllable words by blending                    Words with d, w, l, x, y, k, v, q, j, z
                                     RSFS #2c – Isolate and pronounce              Short o, e, u
                                     initial, medial, and final sounds in single
                                     syllable words
             Writing                RSFS #2d – Segment spoken single              A class letter
                                     syllable words into their phonemes            A class message
                                     RSFS #3b – Decode regularly spelled           Using alliteration
                                     one syllable words                            Writing about animals
                                     RSFS #4a – Read on level text with            Writing about bugs

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                                      purpose and understanding                  Writing a story
                                      RSFS #4b – Read on level text orally       A class diary
                                      with accuracy
                                      RSFS #4c – Use context to confirm or
              Grammar                self correct word recognition              Capitalizing names
                                                                                 Word order in sentences
                                      WS #5 – With guidance and support          Using naming words
                                      from adults, add details to strengthen     Using action words
                                      writing through revision                   Using action verbs

              Listening/Speaking/    SL #1a – Follow rules for discussions      Sharing information
               Viewing                SL #1b – Respond to the comments of        Compare and contrast
                                      others                                     Main idea and details
                                      SL #3 – Ask questions to clarify           Conflict resolution
                                      SL #4 – Describe people, places, things,   Retell the story
                                      and events                                 Reader’s theater
                                      SL #5 – Produce complete sentences
              Content Area Reading                                          How to read math articles
                                      LS #1a – Print upper and lower case    How to read science articles (x2)
                                      letters
                                      LS #1b – Use singular and plural nouns
                                      with matching verbs
                                      LS #1c – Use subject, object and
                                      possessive pronouns
                                      LS #2b – Use end punctuation
                                      LS #2e – Use phonetic spellings
                                      LS #2f – Form new words through
                                      addition and deletion
                                      LS #4a – Sort words into categories
                                      LS #4b – Use sentence level context as
                                      a clue to the meaning of a word
                                      LS #5a – Build connections between
                                      words and their use
                                      LS #6 – Use newly learned words


November      Phonemic Awareness:    RSL # 1                                    Blending and segmenting phonemes    Teacher observation
               Phonics/Decoding       RSL #2                                     Double final consonants             Anecdotal notes
                                      RSL #3                                     Clusters with r                     Oral reading
                                      RSL #7                                     Blending more short a and I words   Weekly Skills Test
                                      RSL #10                                    Plurals with s                      Alternative
                                                                                 Verb endings –s, -ed, -ing          Assessment

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                           RSIT #1        Possessives with ‘s                             Individual and small groups
                           RSIT #2        Contractions with ‘s                             Weekly spelling tests
                           RSIT #4        Words with short u, a, double final             KWL charting
                           RSIT #5        consonants                                      Writing samples (rubric)
                           RSIT #6        Final consonants ck, s, as, z                   Spelling transfer to journals
                           RSIT #7        Plurals with s
                           RSIT #8        Blending more short a and i words
                           RSIT #10       Verbs ending with –s, -ed, -ing

                           RSFS #2a
   Comprehension Skills   RSFS #2b       Topic, main idea, details/summarizing
                           RSFS #2c       Making predictions
                           RSFS #2d       Categorize and classify
                           RSFS #3b       Question
                           RSFS #3f       Evaluate
                           RSFS #3g       Predict/infer
                           RSFS #4a
                           RSFS #4b       Fluency modeling
   Fluency                RSFS #4c       Fluency practice
                                          Leveled readers
                           WS #1
                           WS #5
   Vocabulary             WS #8          Seasons of the year
                                          Months of the year
                           SL #1a         Possessives
                           SL #1b         Words that describe size
                           SL #1c         Color words
                           SL #3          Words that show position
                           SL #4
                           SL #6
   High Frequency Words                  animal, bird, cold, fall, flower, full, look,
                           LS #1a         of, see, all, call, eat, every, first, never,
                           LS #1b         paper, shall, why, also, blue, brown,
                           LS #1c         color, funny, green, like, many, some
                           LS #1g
                           LS #2b
                           LS #2d
   Spelling and Phonics   LS #2e
                           LS #2f         Short a and I sounds
                           LS #4a         consonant clusters with r
   Writing                LS #4b
                           LS #4c         A class description

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                                      LS #4d                                 A persuasive letter
                                      LS #5a                                 A class story
                                      LS #6                                  Writing about favorite seasons
                                                                             Writing about favorite foods
                                                                             Writing about trips
                                                                             Writing a story
                                                                             A class story

              Grammar
                                                                             What is a sentence?
                                                                             Naming part of a sentence
                                                                             Action part of a sentence
              Listening/
               Speaking/Viewing                                              Gathering information
                                                                             Fact or opinion
                                                                             Nonverbal cues
                                                                             Retelling the story
                                                                             Main idea and details
              Content Area Reading
                                                                             How to read jokes, riddles, and lyrics
                                                                             How to read science articles
                                                                             How to read a play
December      Phonemic Awareness:    RSFS3a. Know the spelling sound        Segmenting phonemes and counting         
               Phonics/Decoding           correspondence for common          sounds
                                          constant digraphs.
                                      RSFS3d. Use knowledge that every       Digraphs sh, th, wh, ch, tch
                                          syllable must have a vowel sound   Blending long a, long i words
                                          to determine the number of         Final nd, ng, nk
                                          syllables in a printed word.       Contractions
                                                                             Short u, triple clusters
                                                                             Soft c and g



              Comprehension Skills   RSL6. Identify who is the speaker at   Compare and contrast
                                           various points in a story.        Making generalizations
                                                                             Cause and effect
                                                                             Monitor/clarify
                                                                             Question
                                                                             Summarize



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   Fluency                RSL10. Read independently,                 Fluency modeling
                                proficiently, and fluently literature Fluency practice
                                texts appropriately complex for       Leveled readers
                                grade 1.

   Vocabulary             RSIT4. Learn and determine the           Antonyms
                                meanings of words and phrases       Size words
                                encountered in text.                Social studies words
                                                                    State and country names
                                                                    Base words with ing
                                                                    Weather words


   High Frequency Words   RSFS3b. Decode regularly spelled one Grow, light, long, more, other, right,
                               syllable words.                  room, small, these, could, house, how,
                                                                over, own, so, world, give, good, her,
                                                                little, try, was, fly, our


   Spelling and Phonics   RSFS1. Know and apply grade-level        Words with sh, ch
                               phonics and word analysis skills     Long a
                               in decoding words.                   Long i


   Writing                WS3. Write narratives in which they      Write a postcard
                                include at least two or more        An alternate ending
                                appropriately sequenced events,     Class letter
                                use time cue words to signal        Writing complete sentences
                                event order, and provide some       Writing a journal entry
                                details and a sense of closure.     Writing a paragraph
                                                                    Writing sentences
                                                                    Writing the answer to a question

                                                                    Reading-Writing Workshop
                                                                    Writing process: Personal narratives
                                                                    Writing traits: Organization
                                                                    Beginning, middle, end
                                                                    Events in order

                                                                    Conventions and presentation:
                                                                    Periods an capital letters


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                 Grammar                LS1c. Use subject, object, and        Exclamations
                                               possessive pronouns in speaking Which kind of sentence?
                                               and writing.                    Using I or me in sentences



                 Listening/             SLS1. Initiate and participate in             Visualizing
                  Speaking/Viewing            conversations with peers and             Conversation
                                              adults about grade 1 topics and          Compare and contrast
                                              texts being studied in class.            Gathering information
                                                                                       Discussion


             Content Area Reading       RSIT5. Describe how a text groups             How to read science articles
                                              information into general                 How to read a map
                                              categories.                              How to read directions
January          Phonemic Awareness:    RSFS2b. Orally produce single-syllable        Segmenting phonemes and counting   
                  Phonics/Decoding            words by blending phonemes,              sounds
                                              including consonant blends
                                                                                Blending long o, long u, long e words
                                         RSFS2d. Segment spoken single-         Final clusters ft, lk, nt
                                             syllable words into their complete Vowel pairs ee, ea, ai, ay
                                             sequence of individual phonemes Long i
                                                                                Contractions


                 Comprehension Skills   RSL3. Describe characters, settings,          Story structure
                                         and key events in a story.                    Noting details
                                                                                       Making predictions
                                                                                       Summarizing
                                                                                       Questioning
                                                                                       Predicting/Inferring


                 Fluency                RSL10. Read independently,                    Fluency modeling
                                         proficiently, and fluently literature texts   Fluency practice
                                         appropriately complex for grade 1.            Leveled readers




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   Vocabulary             RSFS4b. Read on-level text orally with     Alphabetical order
                               accuracy, appropriate rate, and        Fruits and vegetables
                               expression on successive               Rhyming words
                               readings.                              Expressions of surprise
                                                                      Parts of the body
                                                                      Animal action words



   High Frequency Words   RSFS3g. Recognize and read grade-          Morning, found, shout, by, out, show,
                           appropriate irregularly spelled words.     climb, cow, table, now, door, there,
                                                                      through, horse, wall, been, far, forest,
                                                                      goes, hungry, soon, evening, near



   Spelling and Phonics   RSFS2a. Aurally distinguish long from      Words with long o, long e
                           short vowel sounds in spoken single-
                           syllable words



   Writing                WS2. Write informative and explanatory     A letter of persuasion
                           texts in which they name a topic, supply   A class story
                           some facts relevant to the topic, and      A class summary
                           provide some sense of closure.             Answering a comprehension question
                                                                      Writing to persuade
                                                                      Writing a summary
                                                                      Writing a poster
                                                                      Writing a riddle
                                                                      Writing a list

                                                                      Reading-Writing Workshop
                                                                      Writing process: Description

                                                                      Writing Traits: Ideas
                                                                      Choosing a good topic
                                                                      Having enough to say

                                                                      Word choice: sensory words



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                  Grammar                LS1. Observe conventions of grammar Naming words for people/animals
                                          and usage.                                 Naming words for things/places
                                          LS2. Observe conventions of                Naming words for one/more
                                          capitalization, punctuation, and spelling.


                  Listening/             SLS3. Ask questions to get information, Listening for enjoyment
                   Speaking/Viewing       clarify something that is not understood, Compare/contrast
                                          or gather additional information.         Retelling
                                                                                    Listening for information


              Content Area Reading       RSIT6. Distinguish between information        How to read social studies article
                                          provided by pictures or illustrations and     How to read a pictograph
                                          that provided by the words in a text.         How to read a poem
February          Phonemic Awareness:    RSFS2. Demonstrate understanding of           Substituting phonemes                
                   Phonics/Decoding              spoken words, syllables, and           Vowel pairs oa, ow, oo, ew, ue, ou
                                                 phonemes.                              The /oo/ sound for oo
                                          RSFS2c. Isolate and pronounce initial,        Compound words
                                                 medial vowel, and final phonemes       Long i
                                                 in spoken single-syllable words.       Vowel pairs ai, ay



                  Comprehension Skills   RSL1. Ask and answer questions about Problem solving
                                          key details and events in a text.      Sequence of events
                                                                                 Realism/fantasy
                                          RSIT1. Ask and answer questions        Monitor/clarify
                                                about key information and events Question
                                                in a text.                       Summarize




                  Fluency                RSL10. Read independently,                    Fluency modeling
                                          proficiently, and fluently literature texts   Fluency practice
                                          appropriately complex for grade 1.            Leveled readers

                                          RSFS4b. Read on-level text orally with
                                              accuracy, appropriate rate, and
                                              expression on successive
                                              readings.

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   Vocabulary             LS5a. Build real-life connections         Categorizing
                           between words and their use.              Friendship words
                                                                     Multiple meaning words
                                                                     City words
                                                                     Syllabication
                                                                     House words



   High Frequency Words   RSFS3g. Recognize and read grade-         Again, both, gone, or, want, turn, hard,
                               appropriate irregularly spelled       afraid, any, bear, follow, most, tall,
                               words.                                water, idea, old, piece, shoe, start,
                                                                     under, very, wear, build




   Spelling and Phonics   RSFS3. Know and apply grade-level         More long o
                               phonics and word analysis skills      Vowel sound in moon
                               in decoding words.


   Writing                WS1. Write opinions in which they         Writing a journal entry
                           introduce the topic or the name of the    Writing an opinion
                           book they are writing about, state an     Writing a description
                           opinion, and provide a reason for their   A class poem
                           opinion.                                  Writing clearly with naming words
                                                                     Writing a message
                                                                     Writing an invitation

                                                                     Reading-Writing Workshop
                                                                     Writing process: story

                                                                     Writing traits: Organization
                                                                     Beginning, middle, end
                                                                     Events in order
                                                                     Conventions and presentations


   Grammar                LS1f. Produce and expand complete       Proper nouns
                           declarative, interrogative, imperative, Pronouns
                           and exclamatory sentences in response Which kind of sentence?

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                                       to questions and prompts.

                                       LS1c. Use singular and plural nouns
                                       with matching verbs in simple
                                       sentences.


               Listening/             SL1b. Respond to the comments of        Group discussion
                Speaking/Viewing       others through multiple exchanges.      Conflict resolution
                                                                               Reader’s Theater
                                       RSL2. Retell stories, demonstrating     Environmental print
                                       understanding of the central message or Retell a story
                                       lesson.                                 Conversation




           Content Area Reading       RSL4. Identify words and phrases in         How to read a poem
                                       stories or poems that suggest feelings or   How to read a diagram
                                       appeal to the senses.                       How to read a recipe
March          Phonemic Awareness:    RSFS3e. Decode two-syllable words           Deleting and substituting phonemes      
                Phonics/Decoding              following basic patterns by          Base words and endings –s, -ed, -ing
                                              breaking the words into syllables.   Vowel pairs ou, ow, oo
                                       RSFS3c. Know common vowel team              Syllabication
                                              conventions.                         Vowel pairs oo, ew, ue, ou
                                       RSFS3f. Read words with inflectional        Long i
                                              endings.


               Comprehension Skills   RSIT2. Identify the main topic, main        Categorize and classify
                                            ideas, and key details of a text.      Topic, main idea, details/summarizing
                                                                                   Drawing conclusions
                                                                                   Evaluate
                                                                                   Predict/infer
                                                                                   Summarize


               Fluency                RSFS4. Read with sufficient accuracy        Fluency modeling
                                           and fluency to support                  Fluency practice
                                           comprehension.                          Leveled readers

                                       RSFS4c. Use context to confirm or self-

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                                 correct word recognition and
                                 understanding, rereading as
                                 necessary.


   Vocabulary             LS4. Determine word meanings.                Compound words
                                                                        Nature words
                                                                        Science words
                                                                        Color and pattern words
                                                                        Homophones
                                                                        Words that describe apple products




   High Frequency Words   RSL10. Read independently,                   About, because, draw, happy, teacher,
                                proficiently, and fluently literature   part, tiny, always, eight, arms, seven,
                                texts appropriately complex for         warm, ready, body, carry, kind, put,
                                grade 1.                                saw, butter, were, work, person



   Spelling and Phonics   RSFS3f. Read words with inflectional         Adding –s to naming words
                               endings.                                 Vowel sound in cow
                                                                        Words that end with –ed, -ing


   Writing                WS2. Write informative and explanatory       Writing a forest guide
                                texts in which they name a topic,       Writing a class summary
                                supply some facts relevant to the       Writing an informal paragraph
                                topic, and provide some sense of        Writing a character sketch
                                closure.                                Writing clearly with action words
                                                                        Writing in a learning log
                           WS7. Participate in shared research          Writing a description
                                and writing projects (e.g.,             Writing a journal entry
                                exploring a number of books on a
                                given topic).                    Reading-Writing Workshop:
                                                                 Writing Process: Research Project

                                                                        Writing traits: Ideas

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                                                                                Conventions: Proper nouns
                                                                                Presentation


               Grammar               LSd. Use verbs to convey a sense of       Action words
                                           past, present, and future in writing Present tense
                                           and speaking.                        Action words with –ed

                                      LSg. Understand that, minimally, every
                                           sentence must be about
                                           something and tell something
                                           about it’s subject.




               Listening/            SL2. Confirm understanding of             Assessing and evaluating
                Speaking/Viewing           information presented orally or      Listening to summarize
                                           though media by restating key        Dramatizing a story
                                           elements and asking and              Monitoring understanding
                                           answering questions about key        Retelling a story
                                           details.                             Giving a report
                                      SLS6. Produce complete sentences
                                           when appropriate to task an d
                                           situations, using correct verb
                                           tenses to convey a sense of past,
                                           present, future.



           Content Area Reading      RSIT7. Use pictures, illustrations, and   How to read a pamphlet
                                           details in a text to describe the    How to look at fine art
                                           key ideas.                           How to read a timeline



April          Phonemic Awareness:   RSFS3c. Know spelling-sound               Deleting phonemes                  
                Phonics/Decoding          correspondences for additional        Sounds for y
                                          common vowel teams.                   Base words and ending –es, -ies,
                                                                                Vowel pairs oi, oy, aw, au
                                                                                Prefixes un, re

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                                                                         Suffixes –ful, -ly, -y
                                                                         Base words and endings with ed, ing



                           RSIT3. Describe the connection                Noting details
                                between two key events or ideas          Story structure
                                in a text.                               Compare and contrast
                           RSL9. Compare and contrast two or             Question
                                more versions of the same story          Monitor/clarify
   Comprehension Skills        by different authors or from             Evaluate
                                different cultures.
                           RSIT9. Identify similarities in and
                                differences between two texts on
                                the same topic.


                           RSL10. Read independently,                    Fluency modeling
                           proficiently, and fluently literature texts   Fluency practice
                           appropriately complex for grade 1.            Leveled readers

                           RSFS4c. Use context to confirm or self-
   Fluency                    correct word recognition and
                               understanding, rereading as
                               necessary.



                           LS4d. Define words b category and by          Sensory words
                           one or more key attributes.                   Family activity words
                                                                         Synonyms
                                                                         Feeling words
                                                                         Possessive pronouns
   Vocabulary                                                           Bird words


                           RSFS3f. Recognize and read grade-             Around, dance, else, open, talk, ever,
                               appropriate irregularly spelled           though, ocean, after, before, buy,
                               words.                                    pretty, school, done, off, wash, only,
                                                                         together, watched, baby, edge,
                                                                         enough, garden, sharp
   High Frequency Words

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                           RSFS3. Know and apply grade-level
                               phonics and word analysis skills
                               in decoding words.                      Long I sound spelled y
                                                                       Adding –es to naming words
                                                                       Vowel sound in coin

                           WS9. Gather information from
   Spelling and Phonics        experiences or provided text
                                sources to answer a specific           Writing a message
                                question.                              Writing a solution
                                                                       A class newspaper
                                                                       Writing another version
                                                                       Complete sentences
   Writing                                                            Response to literature
                                                                       Writing a comparison
                                                                       Writing a newspaper article

                                                                       Reading-Writing Workshop
                                                                       Writing process: Friendly letter

                                                                       Writing trait: Voice
                                                                       Show how you feel
                                                                       Organization
                                                                       Parts of a friendly letter

                           LS1. Observe conventions of grammar
                           and usage.
                                                                       Using is and are
                                                                       Using was and were
                                                                       Describing what we see


   Grammar                SL1a. Follow agreed-upon rules for
                           discussions, such as listening to others,
                           speaking one at a time, and gaining the     Discussing conflict resolution
                           floor in respectful ways.                   Evaluate and assess
                           SLS1c. Ask questions to clear up            Having a conversation
                                   confusion about a topic.            Giving information
                                                                       Visualizing
   Listening/                                                         Reader’s Theater
    Speaking/Viewing       RSFS4a. Read on-level text with
                               purpose and understanding.

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                                                                                   Adjusting your reading rate
                                                                                   How to read a poem
                                                                                   How to read a science article


         Content Area Reading
May        Phonemic Awareness:      RSFS3c. Know spelling-sound                   Substituting phonemes                      
             Phonics/Decoding            correspondences for additional            R controlled vowels or, ore, er, ir, ur,
                                         common vowel teams                        ar
                                     RSFS3f. Read words with inflectional          Base words and endings er, est
                                         endings.                                  Vowel pairs oi, oy, aw, au
                                                                                   Suffixes –ful, -ly, -y


             Comprehension Skills   RSIT8. Identify cause and effect              Making predictions
                                     relationships in a text.                      Sequence of events
                                                                                   Cause and effect
                                                                                   Predict/infer
                                                                                   Summarize
                                                                                   Monitor/clarify
                                     RSL10. Read independently,
             Fluency                proficiently, and fluently literature texts   Fluency modeling
                                     appropriately complex for grade 1.            Fluency practice
                                                                                   Leveled readers
                                     RSFS4c. Use context to confirm or self-
                                     correct word recognition and
                                     understanding, rereading as necessary.




             Vocabulary             LS6. Use newly learned words acquired Content area words: math
                                     through conversations, reading, and   Ordinal number words
                                     responding to texts.                  Prefixes dis, re
                                                                           Figurative language: comparisons
                                                                           Suffix –ly
                                                                           Clothing words


             High Frequency Words   RSFS3f. Recognize and read grade              Began, laugh, sure, head, divide,
                                     appropriate irregularly spelled words.        second, break, above, against,
                                                                                   already, caught, begin, minute, able,

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                                                                      eye, present, thoughts


   Spelling and Phonics   RSFS3. Know and apply grade-level          Vowel +r sound in store, car
                           phonics and word analysis skills in        Adding –er, -est to words
                           decoding words.


   Writing                WS1. Write opinions in which they          Writing sentences
                           introduce the topic or the name of the     Writing an opinion
                           book they are writing about, state an      Class poem
                           opinion, and provide a reason for their    Writing an alternate ending
                           opinion.                                   Writing clearly with describing words
                                                                      Book report
                                                                      Thank you note
                                                                      Writing a character sketch
                                                                      Writing a book report

                                                                      Reading-Writing Workshop
                                                                      Writing Process: Instructions
                                                                      Writing trait: Word Choice
                                                                      Exact words, order words
                                                                      Sentence fluency




   Grammar                LS4a. Sort words into categories (e.g.,    Describing what we hear
                           colors, clothing) to gain a sense of the   Describing words: taste, smell, feel
                           concepts the categories represent.         Comparing (er, est)




   Listening/             SLS1. Initiate and participate in          Assess/evaluate
    Speaking/Viewing       conversations with peers and adults        Giving a book report
                           about grade 1 topics and texts being       Giving and following directions
                           studies in class.                          Comparing and contrasting stories


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                           SLS4. Describe familiar people, places,
                           things, and events with relevant details,
                           expressing ideas and feelings clearly.


   Content Area Reading   RSL5. Distinguish major categories of How to read a cartoon
                           writing from each other (e.g., stories and How to read a poem
                           poems), drawing on a wide reading of       How to read a chart
                           range of text types.




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