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```					                   Technology
Students will demonstrate:
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create, save, and open documents
use delete/backspace keys
Curriculum and
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insert/resize a picture
format fonts                                                 Standards
   use spell check
   print a document (only once and to the correct printer)
   explore word

Keyboarding
Students will demonstrate:
   type the alphabet in less than 1 minute
   use two hands and correct keyboard position
   use the shift key
   can type common symbols
   turn caps lock on and off as needed

PowerPoint
Students will demonstrate:
   open an existing presentation
   save a presentation
   create a new presentation using templates
   insert a new slide
   delete & move a slide
   use view options
   insert and manipulate clip art
   format font size, color, styles
   use delete/backspace commands
Mathematic                                Geometry
 Creating and describing a two-dimensional shape that
Number Sense:
 Grouping objects into 1’s, 10’s, and 100’s and explain        matches a set of characteristics (e.g. draw a four-
the relationship                                             sided shape that has all sides the same length)
Algebra
 Showing relationships between addition and
 Sorting, classifying, and ordering objects by size,
subtraction to 100 using models, diagrams, equations,
number, and other properties
and acting out problems
 Identifying, extending, creating, and explaining
 Using mental math strategies to compute (composing
patterns of addition and subtraction represented in
and decomposing)
charts and tables
 Indicating whether a number is above or below a
 Using number sentences with symbols and labels to
benchmark number (greater than, less than 1000)
represent real-world problems involving addition and
Measurement:
subtraction
 Looking at an object and identifying the
 Solving equations with an “unknown” and justifying the
characteristics that are measurable (time, value of
money, distance around, weight, length, and volume)          value (e.g. 6+=11)
 Selecting and justifying the use of a unit and tool in                       
 Demonstrating accurate measurement procedure (time         mathematics they are studying, they gain insights into
to 5 minutes, money- coins and bills, distance around,    their thinking. In order to communicate their thinking to
weight, length and volume to one cup)                     others, students naturally reflect on their learning and
 Estimating length and weight using important               organize and consolidate their thinking about
benchmarks to make a reasonable estimate                  mathematics.
Probability and Statistics                                   When solving a word problem students should include:
 Constructing graphs: bar graph and pictograph that            1. A number sentence
include key, title, single unit increments, and labeled      2. A illustration of their thinking (can use symbols,
axes                                                             pictures or numbers)
 Conducting a survey for a pre-determined question and         3. Show an organized method with appropriate labels
colleting data using tallies, lists, or pictures
 Interpreting results and drawing conclusions from
displays using comparative language (more, fewer)
 Demonstrate understanding through small group
Phonics and Vocabulary
 Phonics and word attack skills                                  discussions, journaling, multiple choice questions,
 High frequency non-phonemic words, content specific             short written answers, and graphic organizers.
words
Study Skills
 Spelling patterns, consonant and vowel sounds,
 Alphabetical order
consonant blends and diagraphs, r-controlled vowels,
 Reference sources
vowel diphthongs, letter clusters, multi-syllable
 Dictionary and Thesauruses
 Syllables, prefixes, suffixes, root words, homonyms,
 Parts of book
abbreviations, and contractions
 Diagrams, charts, maps, and graphs
Comprehension
Use reading, writing, speaking, listening, and observing to                 Social Studies
gather and interpret information and construct meaning        History: People, places, chronological events related to
from informational and expository passages:                   school/neighborhood communities.
 Recall, summarize, sequence, predict, question,             Geography and Environment: Knowledge and care of
classify, analyze, draw conclusions, infer, synthesize,    local environment & mapping human/physical
and evaluate.                                              characteristics using legends
 Identify, setting, plot, character traits, context clues,   Culture: Elements/expressions of culture: Home,
author’s purpose, main idea, theme, and supporting         school, surrounding communities
details.                                                   Civics: Citizenship role- Rules and responsibilities in
 Explain cause and effect and fact and opinion.              classroom/school
Democratic process: Decision-making, conflict
Fluency
resolution
 Reading expressively, meaningfully and accurately with
Economics: Meeting needs/wants in local community and
roles of community members
Community resources: Transportation and
communication
Writing                               The Writing Process
Students will become familiar with the writing process
The 6+1 Traits of Writing
Students are introduced to the language of the following   and follow these steps to enhance their writing skills.
traits of writing.                                          Pre-write
 Draft
 Ideas: The heart of the message.
 Organization: The structure of the writing piece.         Revise
 Edit
 Voice: Personal tone and flavor in the writing piece.
 Publish
 Word Choice: Use of rich, precise language.
 Sentence Fluency: The rhythm and flow of language in
the writing piece.
Students will write in the following forms:
 Presentation: Combination of visual and verbal
Recount
elements.
Personal, factual/non fiction, imaginative, friendly letters
 Conventions: The mechanical correctness of the piece.
and journals.
Narrative
In second grade students are expected to:                  Realistic and fantasy stories
   Use and label verbs, nouns, pronouns, adjectives,
adverbs and conjunctions.                              Students will also practice displaying information and data
   Maintain subject/verb agreement                        by creating signs, posters, graphs and charts.
   Identify and use capital letters in sentences.
   Use apostrophes to show ownership and contractions.
   Use commas for dates, letter greetings/closings
Science Units
   Correct use of punctuation marks at the end of
Earth: Pebbles, Sand, and Silt
sentences.

Life: Insects/Life Cycles

Physical: Balance and Motion

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