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									Integrated Information and Technology Literacy
Grade 2
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2.1 TECHNOLOGY USE
Operate and use computers and other technologies as tools for productivity, problem-
solving and learning across the content areas with some assistance.

2.1.1      Foundations
2.1.1.1    Follow district Acceptable Use Policies when using computers
2.1.1.2    Demonstrate physical care of computers and other technology equipment
2.1.1.3    Position cursor
2.1.1.4    Save to and retrieve from appropriate drives
2.1.1.5    Use text tools to enter and edit text
2.1.1.6    Use mouse to highlight in order to format or select text
2.1.1.7    Logon to network, open and close program and document, select, click, drag,
           edit undo, and logoff
2.1.1.8    Open browser, identify links and use browser functions to navigate back
           including home button, back arrow and refresh
2.1.1.9    Use technology and network terminology appropriate to the task including:
           mouse, keyboard, monitor, menu, link, cursor, desktop, icon, logon, open, save,
           drive, network, software, Internet, CD-ROM, highlight, and home row position
2.1.1.10   Use proper keyboarding techniques such as correct hand and body
           positions, keystroke patterns, letter location, awareness of left hand to left keys,
           right hand to right keys, number location, ctrl, alt, del, shift, backspace, arrows,
           caps lock, space bar, capitalize, backspace, awareness of left hand to left keys,
           right hand to right keys, period, comma, and exclamation mark
2.1.1.11   Open an existing document and initiate new document: write, save, print,
           and edit
2.1.1.12   Print a document and select appropriate printer
2.1.1.13   ♥Identify URL window (address bar), use pre-selected search engines and
           effectively navigate
2.1.1.14   Demonstrate a respect for other people’s ideas and work by giving credit
2.1.1.15   Locate tools and change view settings within appropriate applications,
           including: layout, story board, and/or outline
2.1.1.16   Locate, name and save images from digital sources
2.1.1.17   Highlight text to copy or paste
2.1.1.18   Use right click function to accomplish task, including copying and pasting
           images
2.1.1.19   Navigate multiple windows
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2.1.2    Information Acquisition
2.1.2.1 Use pre-selected sites and software related to the curriculum
2.1.2.2 Use audio technology to complete tasks
2.1.2.3 Use online databases to locate information using keyword and subject
headings

2.1.3   Problem Solving
2.1.3.1 Reinforce and apply classroom learning
2.1.3.2 Identify appropriate tools to be able to navigate within software applications
2.1.3.3 Use technology to demonstrate learning
2.1.3.4 Visually represent, arrange and sequence ideas using digital organizers
2.1.3.5 Collect and organize data in spreadsheets, to produce bar graphs and
        pictographs
2.1.3.6 Create simple graphic organizers
2.1.3.7 Recognize which software product is most effective for a specific task

2.1.4   Communications
2.1.4.1 Select and use appropriate tools to create paint and draw documents that
        communicate an idea
2.1.4.2 Use text tools to enter and edit text
2.1.4.3 Develop word processing skills (See Foundation Skills)
2.1.4.4 Share final products
2.1.4.5 Consider audience when constructing and presenting products
2.1.4.6 Create multimedia presentation to communicate information
2.1.4.7 Format document to covey and enhance intended message
2.1.4.8 Change font size and align text

2.2 RESPONSIBLE USE
Demonstrate the responsible, legal and ethical use of information resources, computers
and other technologies.


2.2.1   Borrow and Return
2.2.1.1 Locate, check out and return materials independently (IL)
2.2.1.2 Identify various sections of LMC picture books, beginning chapter, holidays,
        fiction, non-fiction, magazines (IL)
2.2.1.3 ♥Use features of the online card catalog: title, subject, author (IL)


2.2.2   Care and Appropriate Use of print, non-print, electronic and digital
        materials
2.2.2.1 Follow district Acceptable Use Policy and school rules when using computers
        (T)
2.2.2.2 Demonstrate physical care of books and other media (T & IL)
2.2.2.3 Understand safety rules and careful use of equipment (S)
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2.2.3    Cite Sources
2.2.3.1 Recognize that we do not copy other people’s work without asking for
permission and giving credit
         (IL)
2.2.3.2 Recognize and record title, author and/or illustrator, copyright, and page
         number (LA)
2.2.3.3 ♥Demonstrate a respect for other people’s ideas and work by giving credit (T
         & IL)

2.3 DEFINITION AND IDENTIFICATION OF INFORMATION NEEDS
Define information needs and identify effective courses of action to conduct research and
solve problems.


2.3.1    Define the Task
2.3.1.1 Understand and use the Super3™ to solve information problems (IL)
2.3.1.2 Understand and orally retell the task and how it will be assessed (IL)
2.3.1.3 Make predictions (What if?) and begin to give rationale (S)
2.3.1.4 Identify format for final product (See Appendix for a list of possible final
products) (IL)
2.3.1.5 Establish class rubric as a group (SS)
2.3.1.6 Recognize and demonstrate that research may be a way to answer some
questions (S)
2.3.1.7 Choose topic and identify relevant subtopics (SS)
2.3.1.8 Further develop understanding of a “fair test” (S)
2.3.1.9 Read and understand simple written and oral directions (LA)
2.3.1.10 Recognize characteristics of an investigable question (S)
2.3.1.11 Understand difference between topic and essential question (IL)

2.3.2   Identify the Information Needed
2.3.2.1 Access prior knowledge and list areas where more knowledge is needed (SS)
2.3.2.2 Make a plan to investigate a question (What steps need to be accomplished, and
        in what order?) (S)
2.3.2.3 State simple research strategy for accomplishing a defined task (Super 3) (S
        & IL)
2.3.2.4 Brainstorm and list keywords relevant to the task (IL)
2.3.2.5 Begin to develop research questions based on topic, essential question
        and/or focus questions (SS/S/LA/IL)
2.3.2.6 Begin to identify what conditions might be changed when designing an
        investigation (S)
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2.4 INFORMATION STRATEGIES
Understand and demonstrate a command of information skills and strategies to
effectively locate and access print, non-print and/or digital resources to solve problems,
and conduct research
2.4.1   Determine and Prioritize Resources
2.4.1.1 Recognize that information and literature come in a wide variety of formats
        (print, non-print, electronic, human) (IL)
2.4.1.2 Use pre-selected sites and software related to the curriculum (T)
2.4.1.3 Know that some books have been awarded prizes for excellence (Caldecott,
        Coretta Scott King) (LIT)
2.4.1.4 Distinguish between a variety of genre: fiction, nonfiction, biography,
        poetry (LA)
2.4.1.5 Identify possible resources relevant to the defined task including: people,
        books, electronic resources, realia, magazines, public libraries, museums, and
        other appropriate community resources (IL)
2.4.1.6 Brainstorm possible sources of information (IL)
2.4.1.7 Begin to set a purpose for reading to enhance comprehension (LA)
2.4.1.8 Recognize which software product is most effective for a specific task (T)
2.4.2    Locate Sources
2.4.2.1 Locate and select materials for pleasure and information (LA)
2.4.2.2 Identify areas and understand basic organization of LMC by browsing, using
         signage and displays, asking for assistance, and online card catalog (IL)
2.4.2.3 Recognize that spine labels contain the book’s call # and tell where the book is
         placed on the shelf (IL)
2.4.2.4 Open browser, identify links and use browser functions to navigate back
         including home button, back arrow and refresh (T)
2.4.2.5 Locate various sections of LMC picture books, beginning chapter, holidays,
         fiction, non-fiction, magazines (IL)
2.4.2.6 Locate fiction materials in the LMC by the first three letters of the author’s
         last name (IL)
2.4.2.7 Locate non-fiction materials in library media centers by subject (IL)
2.4.2.8 Locate information alphabetically in resources such as dictionaries,
         encyclopedias and online card catalog (IL)
2.4.2.9 Locate, name and save images from digital sources (T)
2.4.2.10 Navigate multiple windows (T)
2.4.2.11 Use online databases to locate information using keyword and subject
         headings (T)
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2.4.3     Find within Sources
2.4.3.1 Identify interior parts of a book including: title page, dedication page, table of
         contents, and index (LA)
2.4.3.2 Find information in non-fiction text (LA)
2.4.3.3 Gather information by listening and viewing (S & SS)
2.4.3.4 Use strategies that readers employ to derive meaning from text such as:
         accessing and crosschecking prior knowledge, making predictions, and using
         pictures (LA)
2.4.3.5 Read and interpret captions and diagrams (S)
2.4.3.6 Skim/scan to find information related to the task and assess whether the
         information fulfills the task (IL)
2.4.3.7 Dictionary skills: use of guidewords, use of pronunciation key, understanding
         that entry word is a root word, multiple meanings/matching for correct usage
         (LA)
2.4.3.8 ♥Use table of contents and index to find information related to the topic and/or
         focus question (IL)
2.4.3.9 Begin to distinguish between fact and opinion in non-fiction (LA)
2.4.3.10 Use online databases to locate information using keyword and subject
         headings (T)

2.5 USE OF INFORMATION
Apply evaluative criteria to the selection of information from a variety of sources and
formats.

2.5.1    Interact with information in a Source
2.5.1.1   Ask questions before, during and after reading (LA & IL)
2.5.1.2   Verify prior knowledge (SS) (LA)
2.5.1.3   Save to and retrieve from appropriate drives (T)
2.5.1.4   Use skimming and scanning to identify information related to the task (IL)
2.5.1.5   Differentiate between relevant and irrelevant details (S)
2.5.1.6    Begin to identify main idea and supporting details of non-fiction text (LA)
2.5.1.7   Read, Listen to and/or observe literature in order to gather information,
          answer questions, develop personal interests, and make connections (LA)
2.5.1.8 Use technology and network terminology appropriate to the task including:
          mouse, keyboard, monitor, menu, link, cursor, desktop, icon, logon, open, save,
          drive, network, software, Internet, CD-ROM, highlight, and home row position
          (T)
2.5.1.9 Recognize the author’s craft: descriptive language, snapshots, leads
          including attention-getters, and endings (LA)
2.5.1.10 Recognize the author’s or characters’ values, customs, ethics, or beliefs (e.g. “
          How can you tell that the author, or a particular character, cared about…?”) and
          uses evidence from the text to support the answer (LA)
2.5.1.11 Recognize the author’s purpose, e.g. “the purpose of the paragraph is to
          describe, solve a problem, compare or explain.” (LA)
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2.5.1.12 Develop the ability to analyze increasingly complex data and draw conclusions
         (S & LA)
2.5.1.13 Seek and derive meaning from printed material (LA)
2.5.1.14 Identify first and third person narratives (LA)
2.5.1.15 Identify feelings, actions, attitudes and motives of characters (LA)
2.5.1.16 Use and list more than one source to answer the big question (SS)

2.5.2   Extract Information from a Source
2.5.2.1 Visually represent, arrange and sequence ideas using digital and graphic
        organizers (T & IL)
2.5.2.2 Save to and retrieve from appropriate drives (T)
2.5.2.3 Recognize and record title, author and/or illustrator, and page number
        (LA & SS)
2.5.2.4 Take notes that are brief with teacher help (IL) (See Appendix)
2.5.2.5 Gather information by listening and observing from: maps, globes, atlases,
        tables, charts, graphs, diagrams, pictures, visuals, field trips, artifacts (SS &
        LA)
2.5.2.6 Collect and sort data in spreadsheets, to produce bar graphs and pictographs
        (T & S & SS)
2.5.2.7 ♥Highlight text and right click on selection to copy or paste (T)

2.6 SYNTHESIS
Reorganize information into a meaningful response to the task definition and create
written, visual, oral, and multimedia products to communicate ideas, information or
conclusions to others.

2.6.1      Organize Information
2.6.1.1    Construct representative models from simple materials (S)
2.6.1.2    Begin to summarize and express opinions about literature (LA)
2.6.1.3    Begin to analyze data and draw conclusions (S)
2.6.1.4    Create a final product from the resources used (See Appendix for a list of final
           products) (IL & T)
2.6.1.5    Rewrite and tell in own words ( IL & SS & LA)
2.6.1.6    Position cursor (T)
2.6.1.7    Open an existing document and initiate new document. Write, save, print,
           and edit (T)
2.6.1.8    Print a document and select appropriate printer (T)
2.6.1.9    Use and create graphic organizers to organize and integrate information
           appropriate to the task, e.g., storyboards, webs, story maps, Venn diagrams
           (LA & T)
2.6.1.10   Writes in complete and fluent sentences (LA)
2.6.1.11   Change font size and align text (T)
2.6.1.12   Draft, edit and revise with teacher guidance. (LA)
2.6.1.13   Determine if there is sufficient information, and make adjustments as needed
           (IL)
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2.6.1.14 Organize data in a variety of ways, including spreadsheets, bar graphs, charts
         and pictographs (S&T)
2.6.1.15 Create multimedia presentation to communicate information (T)
2.6.1.16 Write in complete and fluent sentences for different purposes and to a specific
         audience, and produce a variety of compositions (LA)
2.6.1.17 Use a variety of production technologies for sharing information, e.g., word
         processing, photographing, audio recording, drawing materials, maps, models,
         multimedia presentations (IL & T)
2.6.1.18 Describe and practice good oral presentation techniques, e.g., face audience,
         speak clearly and slowly, project voice to back of room, show visuals
         effectively (IL)
2.6.1.19 Refer to rubric established by self, class, and/or teacher (SS & IL)
2.6.1.20 Synthesize information to draw meaningful conclusions and to support the
         essential question (IL)
2.6.1.21 Demonstrates some organization and/or sequencing in written work (LA)

2.6.2      Present Information
2.6.2.1    Clearly express self orally, through pictures and through writing (LA & SS)
2.6.2.2    Talk in complete sentences when presenting information (SS)
2.6.2.3    Express and support an opinion about the text. (LA/LIT)
2.6.2.4    Retell text orally, in pictures or in writing, including events in sequence, key
           facts, important details and characters or topics (LA)
2.6.2.5    Speak in an effective way to the topic (SS)
2.6.2.6    Rehearse to meet presentation criteria (IL)
2.6.2.7    Share a final product with an authentic audience (SS & IL & T)
2.6.2.8    Consider audience when constructing and presenting products (T)
2.6.2.9    Demonstrate good oral presentation techniques including: face and consider
           audience, speak clearly and slowly, project voice to back of room, eye contact,
           take questions and answers, and show visuals effectively (IL)
2.6.2.10   Communicate observations or information as an oral, visual, written,
           multimedia and/or drama/role-playing presentation (T & LA & S)

2.7 EVALUATION
Assess the effectiveness and efficiency of their own choices and uses of information and
technology for problem-solving and communication

2.7.1   Judge the Process (Efficiency)
2.7.1.1 Describe how the Super3 was used to guide the task (IL)
2.7.1.2 Participate in discussion and initiate ideas (SS)
2.7.1.3 Recognize that others may have a different point of view (SS)
2.7.1.4 Self-assess process using rubric including personal and group performance (
        IL & SS)
2.7.1.5 Carry out a planned investigation, and modify it based on observations (S)
2.7.1.6 Keep a folder, checklist, or journal to log the research process (IL)
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2.7.2     Judge the Product (Effectiveness)
2.7.2.1   Ask others (peers, teachers, parents) for feedback on the final product (IL)
2.7.2.2   Develop plan for future improvement (See Super 3) (IL)
2.7.2.3   Use technology to demonstrate learning (T)
2.7.2.4   Self-assess performance and final product using rubric established by self,
          class and/or teacher. (SS & IL)
2.7.2.5   Describe how the Super3 was used to create the final product (IL)
2.7.2.6   Refer to essential question(s) to see if it is answered (SS)
2.7.2.7   Begin to evaluate the accuracy of these models, and determine what can be
          done to increase the model’s accuracy (S)
2.7.2.8   Recognize which software product is most effective for a specific task (T)

2.8 USE OF LITERATURE
Students will develop an awareness of and will interact with literature in a variety of
formats for the purposes of personal enrichment and information

2.8.1   Recognize Literature Elements
2.8.1.1 Demonstrate understanding of story structure and elements, such as: setting,
        character, events, problem/resolution (LA)
2.8.1.2 Makes and explains connections between a text and outside experiences and
        knowledge (LA)
2.8.1.3 Recall and summarize the plot development of stories (beginning, middle, end)
        (LA)
2.8.1.4 Describe how pictures convey meaning through shape, space, color, line,
        medium, perspective, and composition (IL)
2.8.1.5 Compare the roles of the author and the illustrator (LA & IL)
2.8.1.6 Locate and define parts of a book: author and illustrator names, cover,
        spine, spine label, title, title page, dedication page, table of contents, index, dust
        jacket, endpapers and glossary (LA & IL)
2.8.1.7 Begin to identify feelings, actions, attitudes, traits, and motives of characters
        (LA)
2.8.1.8 Develop empathy and perspective through interaction with a story’s
        characters, setting, or plot (IL)
2.8.1.9 Uses graphic organizers to enhance comprehension (e.g. web, Venn diagram,
        sequence chart) (LA & T)

2.8.2   Understand Genres and Authors
2.8.2.1 Recognize literary awards (Caldecott and Coretta Scott King) (IL)
2.8.2.2 Compare and contrast authors’ styles and purposes (e.g. author study) (LA)
2.8.2.3 Demonstrate awareness of literature from various cultures (IL)
2.8.2.4 Begin to recognize the author’s craft: descriptive language, snapshots, leads
        including attention getters, endings (LA)
2.8.2.5 Distinguish between a variety of genres: fiction, nonfiction, fairy tales, folk
        tales, fables, poetry and biography (LA)
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2.8.2.6 Begin to recognize the author’s or characters’ values, customs, ethics, or
        beliefs (LA)

2.8.3      Respond to Literature
2.8.3.1    Participate in group discussions and activities (IL)
2.8.3.2    Express and support an opinion about the text. (LA & IL)
2.8.3.3    Make, and explain, connections between a text and outside experiences and
                 knowledge (LA)
2.8.3.4    Use graphic organizers to enhance comprehension (LA)
2.8.3.5    Use technology to demonstrate learning (T)
2.8.3.6    Select and use appropriate tools to create paint and draw documents that
                 communicate an idea (T)
2.8.3.7    Retell text orally, in pictures, or in writing, including events in sequence,
           key facts, important details and characters or topics (LA)
2.8.3.8    Answer literal and inferential questions about grade appropriate books and
           begin to cite evidence from the text to support conclusions (LA)
2.8.3.9    Compare and contrast reading material and draw conclusions (LA)
2.8.3.10   Begin to summarize text including events in sequence and key facts (LA)

2.8.4   Read Independently
2.8.4.1 Begin to select appropriate and “just right” books for independent reading
        (LA & IL)
2.8.4.2 Select LMC materials based on personal interests (IL)
2.8.4.3 View self as a reader (LA)
2.8.4.4 Demonstrate a desire to discuss own reading (LA)
2.8.4.5 Seek and give recommendations for books to read (LA)
2.8.4.6 Use strategies that readers employ to derive meaning from text such as:
        accessing and cross checking prior knowledge, making and revising
        predictions, using pictures and other text features, asking questions before,
        during and after reading, monitoring own reading for understanding, and
        rereading where necessary (LA)
2.8.4.7 Read voluntarily for interest and own purposes for extended periods (LA)
2.8.4.8 Begin to know own strengths, weaknesses, and interests as a reader (LA)

								
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