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        School Year: 2004-2005
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This file is for teachers who have students that qualify for Arizona's Alternate Assessments, Level I and/or Level II.
K-1


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        add your students' names, click in the
       appropriate cell and type the name of the
                        student.



STANDARD: LISTENING/SPEAKING
     FUNCTIONAL (Ages 3-21)
     LS-FS1. Associate meaningful real-life
     PO 1. Localize sounds or other stimuli in a
     communicative context.

     PO 2. Locate objects out of view (object
     permanence)(e.g., reach for crayons in desk, go
     to refrigerator for items needed to make a recipe,
     in response to a question “Where is your lunch?”
     indicate by gaze that lunch is in backpack, locate
     spoon if dropped and out of sight.)
     PO 3. Communicate anticipation of consistent
     activities and familiar people in daily routines
     (e.g., door opens/turns head; see or touch
     shirt/extends arms/turns head; see or feel
     spoon/moves mouth towards spoon.
     PO 4. Associate cues, objects, pictures, and
     their meaning as symbols to represent
     activities in schedule/routine (e.g., carpet
     square-circle time songs, bells-lunch,
     recess).
     PO 5. Identify familiar objects and pictures.

     PO 6. Associate objects with their functions.



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                        student.



STANDARD: LISTENING/SPEAKING
     FUNCTIONAL (Ages 3-21)
     LS-FS1. Associate meaningful real-life
     PO 1. Localize sounds or other stimuli in a
     communicative context.

     PO 2. Locate objects out of view (object
     permanence)(e.g., reach for crayons in desk, go
     to refrigerator for items needed to make a recipe,
     in response to a question “Where is your lunch?”
     indicate by gaze that lunch is in backpack, locate
     spoon if dropped and out of sight.)
     PO 3. Communicate anticipation of consistent
     activities and familiar people in daily routines
     (e.g., door opens/turns head; see or touch
     shirt/extends arms/turns head; see or feel
     spoon/moves mouth towards spoon.
     PO 4. Associate cues, objects, pictures, and
     their meaning as symbols to represent
     activities in schedule/routine (e.g., carpet
     square-circle time songs, bells-lunch,
     recess).
     PO 5. Identify familiar objects and pictures.

     PO 6. Associate objects with their functions.



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        add your students' names, click in the
       appropriate cell and type the name of the
                        student.



STANDARD: LISTENING/SPEAKING
     LS-FS2. Follow simple directions.
      PO 1. Respond to simple 1-step directions (e.g.,
     show recognition of name; “Come here, please”;
     “Look”; “Line up”; inhibits to“no”).
     PO 2. Demonstrate understanding of 4-10
     prepositions, (e.g., in/out, on/off, up/down)
     using objects and/or self within natural
     context.
     PO 3. Follow 2-step related directions (e.g.,
     “Go to the door and open it,” “Pick up your
     clothing and put it in the hamper”).
     PO 4. Carry out 2 unrelated directions (e.g.,
     “Sit down and read a book”; “Go to the office
     and pick up the mail”).
     LS-FS3. Communicate a personal experience
     in a logical sequence using gestures,
     pictures, drawings, or spoken words.

     PO 1. Describe personal experiences.
     PO 2. Relate events or personal
     experiences sequentially.
     LS-FS4. Use effective basic language
     structure and form.
     PO 1. Imitate strings of words and gestures.




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        add your students' names, click in the
       appropriate cell and type the name of the
                        student.



STANDARD: LISTENING/SPEAKING
     LS-FS2. Follow simple directions.
      PO 1. Respond to simple 1-step directions (e.g.,
     show recognition of name; “Come here, please”;
     “Look”; “Line up”; inhibits to“no”).
     PO 2. Demonstrate understanding of 4-10
     prepositions, (e.g., in/out, on/off, up/down)
     using objects and/or self within natural
     context.
     PO 3. Follow 2-step related directions (e.g.,
     “Go to the door and open it,” “Pick up your
     clothing and put it in the hamper”).
     PO 4. Carry out 2 unrelated directions (e.g.,
     “Sit down and read a book”; “Go to the office
     and pick up the mail”).
     LS-FS3. Communicate a personal experience
     in a logical sequence using gestures,
     pictures, drawings, or spoken words.

     PO 1. Describe personal experiences.
     PO 2. Relate events or personal
     experiences sequentially.
     LS-FS4. Use effective basic language
     structure and form.
     PO 1. Imitate strings of words and gestures.




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        add your students' names, click in the
       appropriate cell and type the name of the
                        student.



STANDARD: LISTENING/SPEAKING
     PO 2. Receptively understand a
     predetermined number of words.*IEP team
     specifies number.
     PO 3.      Functionally express a
     predetermined number of words.*IEP team
     specifies number.
     PO 4. Communicate using 2-5 words
     together.
     PO 5. Use simple sentences.
     LS-FS5. Share ideas, information, opinions
     (preferences/interests), and questions.

     PO 1. Indicate needs, wants, pleasure, and
     displeasure through non-symbolic/pre-
     linguistic communicative behaviors (e.g.,
     cries, laughs, vocalizations, movements,
     touches, and gaze).
     PO 2. Initiate intentional communicative
     behavior to gain attention; protest; make
     choices; indicate wants; start, continue,
     restart, or end activity (e.g., touches adult to
     indicate “more”; places adult hand on
     desired object; pushes object away; crying).




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       appropriate cell and type the name of the
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STANDARD: LISTENING/SPEAKING
     PO 2. Receptively understand a
     predetermined number of words.*IEP team
     specifies number.
     PO 3.      Functionally express a
     predetermined number of words.*IEP team
     specifies number.
     PO 4. Communicate using 2-5 words
     together.
     PO 5. Use simple sentences.
     LS-FS5. Share ideas, information, opinions
     (preferences/interests), and questions.

     PO 1. Indicate needs, wants, pleasure, and
     displeasure through non-symbolic/pre-
     linguistic communicative behaviors (e.g.,
     cries, laughs, vocalizations, movements,
     touches, and gaze).
     PO 2. Initiate intentional communicative
     behavior to gain attention; protest; make
     choices; indicate wants; start, continue,
     restart, or end activity (e.g., touches adult to
     indicate “more”; places adult hand on
     desired object; pushes object away; crying).




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        add your students' names, click in the
       appropriate cell and type the name of the
                        student.



STANDARD: LISTENING/SPEAKING
     PO 3. Indicate wants for activities, items, or
     people that cannot be seen nor heard (e.g.,
     cookies in the cupboard).
     PO 4. Respond to and respond with “yes”
     and “no” (e.g., yes/no card, sign, shaking
     one's head yes/no).
     PO 5. Communicate physical and emotional
     needs in response to questions (e.g., “What's
     the matter?” “What do you want to do?”
     “What do you want to eat?”).
     PO 6. Ask for assistance (e.g., bathroom,
     position change, buttons, directions for
     turning on computer, using a tool, preparing
     a meal).
     PO 7. Make comments appropriate to the
     activity (e.g., “Look at my picture”; look with
     interest at object, touch/comment on object).

     PO 8. Communicate intended actions (e.g.,
     “I'm leaving”; “I'm playing over there”; “I'm
     going on break”).
     PO 9. Initiate and respond to at least three
     different interrogative questions (e.g., “why,”
     “how,” “who,” “what,” “where,” and “when”).




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STANDARD: LISTENING/SPEAKING
     PO 3. Indicate wants for activities, items, or
     people that cannot be seen nor heard (e.g.,
     cookies in the cupboard).
     PO 4. Respond to and respond with “yes”
     and “no” (e.g., yes/no card, sign, shaking
     one's head yes/no).
     PO 5. Communicate physical and emotional
     needs in response to questions (e.g., “What's
     the matter?” “What do you want to do?”
     “What do you want to eat?”).
     PO 6. Ask for assistance (e.g., bathroom,
     position change, buttons, directions for
     turning on computer, using a tool, preparing
     a meal).
     PO 7. Make comments appropriate to the
     activity (e.g., “Look at my picture”; look with
     interest at object, touch/comment on object).

     PO 8. Communicate intended actions (e.g.,
     “I'm leaving”; “I'm playing over there”; “I'm
     going on break”).
     PO 9. Initiate and respond to at least three
     different interrogative questions (e.g., “why,”
     “how,” “who,” “what,” “where,” and “when”).




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        add your students' names, click in the
       appropriate cell and type the name of the
                        student.



STANDARD: LISTENING/SPEAKING
     PO 10. Relate personal information (e.g.,
     identifies self with name/sign, knows first
     and last name, telephone number, displays
     identification card).
     PO 11. Demonstrate beginning problem
     solving, alternative solutions, or negotiation
     skills (e.g., if/what situations-“If we can’t go
     to the video store now, can we go after
     dinner?”)
     LS-FS6. Listen and respond to stories,
     poems, nonfiction, and age-appropriate
     music.
     PO 1. Attend to stories, television, videos, or
     games for 5-10 minutes.
     PO 2. Anticipate patterns in familiar stories
     (e.g., repeating phrases, rhyming).
     PO 3. Answer simple questions related to
     familiar story (e.g., “Was there a dog in the
     story?” “What is the dog's name?”).
     PO 4. Relate personal experiences to story.
     LS-FS7. Participate in group discussions,
     activities, or peer/adult interactions.




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STANDARD: LISTENING/SPEAKING
     PO 10. Relate personal information (e.g.,
     identifies self with name/sign, knows first
     and last name, telephone number, displays
     identification card).
     PO 11. Demonstrate beginning problem
     solving, alternative solutions, or negotiation
     skills (e.g., if/what situations-“If we can’t go
     to the video store now, can we go after
     dinner?”)
     LS-FS6. Listen and respond to stories,
     poems, nonfiction, and age-appropriate
     music.
     PO 1. Attend to stories, television, videos, or
     games for 5-10 minutes.
     PO 2. Anticipate patterns in familiar stories
     (e.g., repeating phrases, rhyming).
     PO 3. Answer simple questions related to
     familiar story (e.g., “Was there a dog in the
     story?” “What is the dog's name?”).
     PO 4. Relate personal experiences to story.
     LS-FS7. Participate in group discussions,
     activities, or peer/adult interactions.




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        add your students' names, click in the
       appropriate cell and type the name of the
                        student.



STANDARD: LISTENING/SPEAKING
     PO 1. Participate during ongoing social
     interaction (e.g., comments; small talk on
     playground or in break room; or acknowledging
     through nodding/smiling).
     PO 2. Converse for 2-3 turns (e.g., using
     rules of conversing related to initiating
     conversation, wait time, turn taking, and
     maintaining topic of conversation).
      READINESS (Kindergarten)
     A. Tell or retell a personal experience or
     B. Follow simple directions.
     C. Share ideas, information, opinions,
     D. Listen and respond to stories, poems, and
     E. Participate in group discussions or

                                 Unofficial ASAT Score      0                0                0                0                0                0                0                0                0                 0                 0                 0                 0                 0             0   0   0   0    0     0    0




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STANDARD: LISTENING/SPEAKING
     PO 1. Participate during ongoing social
     interaction (e.g., comments; small talk on
     playground or in break room; or acknowledging
     through nodding/smiling).
     PO 2. Converse for 2-3 turns (e.g., using
     rules of conversing related to initiating
     conversation, wait time, turn taking, and
     maintaining topic of conversation).
      READINESS (Kindergarten)
     A. Tell or retell a personal experience or
     B. Follow simple directions.
     C. Share ideas, information, opinions,
     D. Listen and respond to stories, poems, and
     E. Participate in group discussions or

                                 Unofficial ASAT Score




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STANDARD: READING
     FUNCTIONAL (Ages 3-21)
     R-FS1. Demonstrate an understanding of
     directionality.
     PO 1. Track visually, auditorily, and/or tactually
     in a horizontal (left to right) and vertical (top to
     bottom) pattern.
     PO 2. Focus attention to features of objects
     or pictures given distracters.
     PO 3. Systematically handle book or
     materials created for sharing information
     (e.g., locating beginning, middle, end;
     handling and/or interacting with menus, bus
     schedules, and shopping lists).
     R-FS2. Demonstrate knowledge of the
     relationship between concrete experiences or
     objects with progressively more abstract
     symbols.
     PO 1. Match object to object.
     PO 2. Match object to photo of like object.
     PO 3. Match picture to picture (e.g., same
     picture, black and white line drawings, varying
     representation of same object).




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     PO 4. Match picture to activity (e.g., picture of
     computer to indicate time for computer activity).

     PO 5.    Associate common symbol with picture
     or
      concept (e.g., golden arches for McDonalds, pick out
     specific cereal brands by coupons, labels, Ø no
     entry).
     PO 6. Match word to word.
     R-FS3. Comprehend the meaning of simple
     survival words/pictures.
     PO 1. Recognize survival words, logos,
     environmental signs (e.g., job instructions,
     classroom/work schedules, locate correct
     bathroom or cleaning materials using labels,
     recognize poisonous items/dangers by
     signs/labels).

     PO 2. Derive meaning from survival words,
     logos, environmental signs (e.g., job
     instructions, classroom/work schedules).
     PO 3. Label objects/pictures (e.g., drill-
     receptive and/or expressive).
     PO 4. Tell story about objects/pictures.
     PO 5. Follow sequence of simple pictures or
     written directions (e.g., recipe/work routines).

     R-FS4. Retell stories/directions in sequence
     using gestures, words, or pictures.

     PO 1. Identify main character(s).
     PO 2. Recall an event from a story.



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     PO 3. Answer questions related to sequence
     of events (e.g., “What happened after
     _____?” “What do you do next?”).
     R-FS5. Decode simple words.
     PO 1. Recognize name.
     PO 2. Match upper and lower case letters.

     PO 3. Match picture to word.*IEP team
     determines.
     PO 4. Read predetermined number of words
     * (e.g., TV schedule, cafeteria menu, common
     words, functional vocational words). *IEP
     team specifies number of words.

     READINESS (Kindergarten)
     1R-R1. Demonstrate understanding of print
     concepts.
     PO 1. Recognize that print represents spoken
     language and conveys meaning (e.g., Exit and
     Danger signs).
     PO 2. Hold a book right side up and turn
     pages in the correct direction.
     PO 3. Start at the top left of the printed page,
     track words from left to right, using return
     sweep, and move from the top to the bottom
     of the page.
     PO 4. Identify different parts of a book (e.g.,
     front cover, back cover, title page) and the
     information they provide.
     PO 5. Distinguish between printed letters and
     words.




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     PO 6. Recognize that spoken words are
     represented in written language by specific
     sequences of letters
     PO 7. Recognize the concept of words by
     segmenting spoken sentences into individual
     words.
     PO 8. Demonstrate the one-to-one correlation
     between a spoken word and a printed word.

     1R-R2. Identify and manipulate the sounds
     of speech.
     PO 1. Distinguish spoken rhyming words and
     non-rhyming words (e.g., run, sun versus run,
     man).
     PO 2. Orally produce rhyming words in
     response to spoken words (e.g., What rhymes
     with hat?)
     PO 3. Orally produce groups of words that begin
     with the same initial sound (alliteration).

     PO 4. Blend two or three spoken syllables to
     say words.
     PO 5. Blend spoken simple onsets and rimes to
     form real words (e.g., /c/ and rime /at/ makes
     cat).
     PO 6. Blend spoken phonemes to form a single-
     syllable word (e.g., /m/…/a/…/n/ makes man).

     PO 7. Identify the initial and final sounds (not
     the letter) of a spoken word.




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     PO 8. Segment one-syllable words into its
     phonemes, using manipulatives to mark each
     phoneme (e.g., dog makes /d/…/o/…/g/ while
     the student moves a block or tile for each
     phoneme).
     1R-R3. Decode words, using knowledge of
     phonics, syllabication, and word parts.
     PO 1. Identify letters of the alphabet (upper
     and lower case).
     PO 2. Recognize that a new word is created
     when a specific letter is changed, added, or
     removed.
     PO 3. Say letter sounds represented by the
     single-lettered consonants and vowels.

     1R-R4. Acquire and use new vocabulary in
     relevant contexts.
     PO 1. Determine what words mean from how
     they are used in a sentence, heard, or read.

     PO 2. Sort familiar words into basic categories
     (e.g., colors, shapes, foods).
     PO 3. Describe familiar objects and events in
     both general and specific language.
     1R-R6. Employ strategies to comprehend
     text.
     PO 1. Make predictions based on title, cover,
     illustrations, and text.
     PO 2. Derive meaning from books that are
     highly predictable, use repetitive syntax, and
     have linguistic redundancy.




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     2R-R1. Identify, analyze, and apply
     knowledge of the structures and elements of
     literature.
     PO 1. Participate (e.g., react, speculate, join in,
     read along) when predictably patterned
     selections of fiction and poetry are read aloud.

     PO 2. Identify elements of a story, including
     characters, setting, and key events.
     PO 3. Retell or re-enact a story, placing the
     events in the correct sequence.
     PO 4. Determine whether a literacy selection,
     that is heard, is realistic or fantasy.
     3R-R1. Identify, analyze, and apply
     knowledge of the purpose, structures, and
     elements of expository text.
     PO 1. Identify the purpose for reading
     expository text.
     PO 2. Restate facts from listening to expository
     text.
     PO 3. Respond appropriately to questions based
     on facts in expository text, heard or read.

     3R-R2. Identify, analyze, and apply
     knowledge of the purpose, structures, clarity,
     and relevancy of functional text.
     PO 1. Sequentially follow a two or three-step set
     of directions (e.g., recipes, center directions,
     classroom procedures, science experiments)
     using picture clues.
     PO 2. Identify signs, symbols, labels, and
     captions in the environment.



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STANDARD: WRITING
     FUNCTIONAL (Ages 3-21)
     W-FS1. Develop increased control of fine
     motor skills.
     PO 1. Reach for objects.
     PO 2. Grasp/hold objects and use in intended
     manner (e.g., spoon—use to eat; marker—use
     to write).
     PO 3.    Indicate specific item purposefully
     through pointing (e.g., finger, eye, elbow, head
     stick).
     PO 4.    Put objects in correct places accurately
     and purposefully.
     PO5.     Perform increasingly complex fine
     motor tasks using a variety of objects (e.g.,
     fasteners, clothespins, door knobs).
     PO 6. Stabilize objects with one body part
     (e.g.,hand, elbow, foot) or any adaptive means
     while manipulating the object with other
     body parts or any adaptive means (e.g., hold
     paper and write, stabilize and wind up
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     W-FS2. Write the 26 letters of the alphabet.

     PO 1. Mark on paper within boundaries (e.g.,
     drawing, illustrating, imitating modeled
     strokes, tracing).
     PO 2. Copy letters (e.g., using computer
     keyboard, Brailler, or print).
     PO 3. Produce letters spontaneously (e.g.,
     using computer keyboard, Brailler, or print).

     W-FS3. Write simple words and numbers.

     PO 1. Print first and last name from model
     (e.g., using computer, Brailler, or print).

     PO 2. Print simple words and sentences
     from model.
     PO 3. Write numerals 0-9 from model.
     PO 4. Print address and phone number
     from model.
     PO 5. Print first and last name, address,
     and phone number when needed without
     a model.
     PO 6. Print simple words and sentences
     without a model.
     PO 7. Write numerals 0-12 without a
     model.
     PO 8. Provide name and/or address and/or
     phone number in a designated area (e.g.,
     mark an X for signature, use a rubber name
     stamp for name and/or address and/or phone
     number).




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     W-FS4. Relate a narrative, creative story, or
     other communication by drawing, telling, or
     writing.
     PO 1. Make lists (e.g., pictorial/word
     shopping list).
     PO 2. Document events around a specific
     topic (e.g., retell story, experiences, movie, or
     write in journal with words, pictures, or
     drawings).
     READINESS (Kindergarten)
     1W-R1. Prewriting includes using strategies
     to generate, plan, and organize ideas for
     specific purposes.
     PO 1. Generate ideas through class discussion.

     PO 2. Draw a picture about ideas generated
     through class discussion.
     1W-R2. Drafting incorporates prewriting
     activities to create a first draft containing
     necessary elements for a specific purpose.

     PO 1. Communicate by drawing, telling, or
     writing for a purpose.
     PO 2. Create a group draft, scripted by the
     teacher.
     1W-R3. Revising includes evaluating and
     refining the rough draft for clarity and
     effectiveness. (Ask: Does this draft say what
     you want it to say?)
     PO 1. Reread original draft scripted by teacher
     or individual.
     PO 2. Add additional details with prompting.




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     1W-R4. Editing includes proofreading and
     correcting the draft for conventions.
     PO 1. Review the draft for errors in conventions,
     with prompting. (See 2W-R6)
     1W-R5. Publishing involves formatting and
     presenting a final product for the intended
     audience.
     PO 1. Share a finished piece of writing.
     2W-R1. Ideas and Content - Writing is clear
     and focused, holding the reader’s attention
     throughout. Main ideas stand out and are
     developed by strong support and rich details.
     Purpose is accomplished.
     PO 1. Use pictures that convey meaning.
     PO 2. Use pictures with imitative text, letters,
     or recognizable words to convey meaning.

     PO 3. Use labels, captions, or picture descriptors
     to expand meaning.
     2W-R2. Organization addresses the structure
     of the writing and integrates the central
     meaning and patterns that hold the piece
     together.
     PO 1. Show a clear sense of coordination
     between text and pictures (e.g., a reader can
     readily see that they go together).
     PO 2. Consistently write left to right and top to
     bottom.
     PO 3. Space appropriately between words with
     some degree of accuracy.




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     2W-R3. Voice will vary according to the type
     of writing, but should be appropriately
     formal or casual, distant or personal,
     depending on the audience and purpose.

     PO 1. Create pictures or text with distinctive
     personal style and originality.
     2W-R4. Word choices reflects the writer’s use
     of specific words and phrases to convey the
     intended message and employs a variety of
     words that are functional and appropriate to
     the audience and purpose.

     PO 1. Select labels, captions, or descriptors to
     enhance pictures.
     PO 2. Use words, labels, or short phrases that
     clearly go with picture text.
     2W-R5. Sentence fluency addresses the
     rhythm and flow of language. Sentences are
     strong and varied in structure and length.

     PO 1. Attempt simple sentences (some may be
     fragments).
     2W-R6. Conventions addresses the mechanics
     of writing, including capitalization,
     punctuation, spelling, grammar and usage,
     and paragraph breaks.

     PO 1. Write the 26 letters of the alphabet in:
     a) lower case, b) upper case
     PO 2. Distinguish between upper and lower case
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     PO 3. Use capital letters to begin “important”
     words, although may be inconsistent or
     experimental.
     PO 4. Use spaces between words.
     PO 5. Write left to right and top to bottom.
     PO 6. Use punctuation in writing, although
     may be inconsistent or experimental.
     PO 7. Use knowledge of letter sound
     relationship to spell simple words with some
     consonants and few vowels (e.g., I lik t d nts. – I
     like to draw knights.
     PO 8. Use resources (e.g., environmental print,
     word wall) to spell correctly.
     PO 9. Write own name on personal work.

     3W-R1. Expressive writing includes
     personal narratives, stories, poetry, songs,
     and dramatic pieces. Writing may be
     based on real or imagined events.
     PO 1. Create narratives by drawing,
     dictating, and/or emergent writing.
     PO 2. Participate in writing simple poetry,
     rhymes, songs, or chants.
     3W-R2. Expository writing includes non-
     fiction writing that describes, explains,
     informs, or summarizes ideas and content.
     The writing supports a thesis based on
     research, observation, and/or experience.
     PO 1. Participate in creating expository texts
     (e.g., labels, lists, observations, journals,
     summaries) through drawing or writing.



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     3W-R3. Functional writing provides
     specific directions or information related
     to real-world tasks. This includes letters,
     memos, schedules, directories, signs,
     manuals, forms, recipes, and technical
     pieces for specific content areas.

     PO 1. Participate in writing a variety of
     functional text (e.g., classroom rules,
     letters, experiments, recipes,
     notes/messages, labels, directions, posters,
     and graphs/tables).(See 3R-R2; 2M-R1)

     PO 2. Participate in writing communications,
     with teacher as scribe, including: a) friendly
     letters, b) thank-you notes
     3W-R5. Literary response is the writer’s
     reaction to a literary selection. The response
     includes the writer’s interpretation, analysis,
     opinion, and/or feelings about the piece of
     literature and selected elements within it.

     PO 1. Participate in a group discussion,
     based on a literature selection, that identifies
     the: a) character(s), b) setting, c) sequence
     of events (See 2R-R1)




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     PO 2. Participate in a group discussion in
     response to a given piece of literature that
     connects: a) text to self (personal
     connection), b) text to world (social
     connection), c) text to text (compare within
     multiple texts) (See 2R-R1)
     3W-R6. Research writing is a process in
     which the writer identifies a topic or question
     to be answered. The writer locates and
     evaluates information about the topic or
     question, and then organizes, summarizes,
     and synthesizes the information into a
     finished product.
     PO 1. Participate in creating a simple class
     report where the teacher is the scribe.

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STANDARD: MATHEMATICS
     FUNCTIONAL (Ages 3-21)
     STANDARD 1: NUMBER SENSE
     1M-FS1. Develop an understanding of
     number meanings and relationships.
     PO 1. Demonstrate number concepts 1, 2, and
     3 (e.g., pick 1 from a choice of 2, hand out 2
     milks to each child at lunch, use 2 plastic bags
     when bagging bottled grocery items).

     PO 2. Demonstrate concept of “more,” “one
     more.”
     PO 3. Communicate age (e.g., showing number
     of fingers to represent age, state age, show
     identification card which communicates age/date
     of birth).
     PO 4. Read written numerals, 0-12 (e.g., clock
     face).
     PO 5. Demonstrate concept of “none.”
     PO 6. Read aloud written numerals up to 100.




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STANDARD: MATHEMATICS
   1M-FS2. Demonstrate 1-to-1 correspondence
   between elements in collections (sets) (e.g., 9
   blocks is as many as 9 ducks).

     PO 1. Match groups having equal numbers of
     objects up to 10.
     PO 2. Using a model of sets up to 10, complete
     partial sets (e.g., determine how many more
     or less are needed).
     PO 3. Distribute or indicate distribution of items
     into equal sets (e.g., 1 milk carton per student,
     pass out 1 pencil or workbook to each student at
     beginning of class, 1 place setting per person,
     divide cards for any number of players).

     1M-FS3. Use manipulative (concrete
     materials) to count, order, and group.
     PO 1. Count to 10 using concrete objects
     (e.g., count out treats, student supplies for
     group art activity, get 10 books, get 5 cases of
     vegetables to stock shelves).




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STANDARD: MATHEMATICS
   PO 2. Count out requested number of objects
   up to 10 with an example (e.g., set of objects,
   number line).
   PO 3. Count out requested number of objects
   up to 10 without an example.
   PO 4. Match number of objects to number
   symbol.
   PO 5. Locate object of given ordinal number
   using left to right progression in groups of up
   to 10 (e.g., take or indicate the first/last chair,
   3rd child, or 2nd book).

     PO 6. Count out requested number of objects
     up to 100 without an example.
     1M-FS4. Identify and use money (bills/coins)
     in real-world situations.
     PO 1. Match coins to purchase an item (e.g., use
     cue card with visual or tactile representation of
     coins when using vending machines).

     PO 2. Count out requested number of dollar
     bills up to 10 with an example (e.g., number
     line).



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STANDARD: MATHEMATICS
   PO 3. Identify amount of purchase (e.g., by
   looking at register, listening to clerk, or asking,
   “How much do I owe?”).
   PO 4. Given a purchase price, students
   determine if they have a sufficient amount of
   money to pay for the item with or without a
   visual/tactile strategy (e.g., given a specified
   amount of money, use a number line, next
   dollar, or the calculator strategy and newspaper
   sale’s ads to determine whether there is enough
   money for a purchase or to buy lunch).


     PO 5. Identify coin/dollar equivalent.
     READINESS (Kindergarten)
     1M-R1. Understand and apply numbers,
     ways of representing numbers, the
     relationships among numbers and different
     number systems.
     PO 1. Make a model to represent a given whole
     number 0 through 20.




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STANDARD: MATHEMATICS
   PO 2. Identify orally a whole number
   represented by a model with a word name
   and symbol 0 through 20. (When presented
   with three objects, say 3 and write the
   numeral 3).
   PO 3. Count aloud, forward to 20 or backward
   from 10, in consecutive order (0 through 20)

     PO 4. Identify whole numbers through 20 in
     or out of order.
     PO 5. Write whole numbers through 20 in or out
     of order.
     PO 6. Construct equivalent forms of whole
     numbers, using manipulatives, through 10 (e.g.,

     PO 7. Compare two whole numbers through 20.

     PO 8. Recognize the ordinal numbers through
     fifth (i.e., first, second, third, etc).

     PO 9. Order three or more whole numbers
     through 20 (least to greatest or greatest to least).




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STANDARD: MATHEMATICS
   PO 10. Identify penny, nickel, dime, quarter,
   and dollar by using manipulatives or
   pictures.
   1M-R2. Understand and apply numerical
   operations and their relationship to one
   another.
   PO 1. Model addition through sums of 10 using
   manipulatives.
   PO 2. Model subtraction with minuends of 10
   using manipulatives.
   PO 3. Select the operation to solve word
   problems using numbers 0 through 9.
   PO 4. Solve word problems presented orally
   using addition or subtraction with numbers
   through 9.
   PO 5. Identify the symbols +, -, =.
   PO 6. Use grade-level appropriate mathematical
   terminology.
   1M-R3. Use estimation strategies reasonably
   and fluently.
   PO 1. Solve problems using a variety of mental
   computations and reasonable estimations.




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STANDARD: MATHEMATICS
   STANDARD 2: DATA ANALYSIS AND
   PROBABILITY
   FUNCTIONAL (Ages 3-21)
   2M-FS1. Compare and sort objects by their
   physical attributes.
   PO 1. Show curiosity about objects and their
   unique characteristics.
   PO 2. Group objects as same/different.
   PO 3. Using 1-to-1 correspondence, match by
   each characteristic of the following
   characteristics: shape, size, color, texture,
   weight, and/or length.
   PO 4. Arrange objects according to size (e.g.,
   organize measuring cups or mixing bowls by
   size).
   PO 5. Group objects by 1 to 3 characteristics
   (e.g., bagging groceries-hard/heavy,
   soft/light; sort medicine-big red
   capsule/small blue tablet).
   PO 6. Sort by categories (e.g., putting canned
   goods together, sorting clothing by light/dark
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STANDARD: MATHEMATICS
   2M-FS2. Create concrete displays of data;
   understand and use elementary tables,
   graphs, and charts to make decisions.

     PO 1. Demonstrate understanding of daily
     activity schedule by following a sequence (e.g.,
     picture directions, tangible schedule boxes,
     follow activity schedule using a clock face).

     PO 2. Demonstrate understanding of calendars
     including days, yesterday, today, tomorrow,
     weeks, months, and years (e.g., by recording
     special events, work schedule, mark days off on
     calendar, and determine how many days to
     holiday, birthday, doctor's appointment).

     PO 3. Create a visual or tactile report or
     chart to communicate information or data
     (e.g., weight chart, chart of classroom
     projects, classroom routines, and personal
     management).




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STANDARD: MATHEMATICS
   PO 4. Use a tally system to keep track of objects
   or events (e.g., use a tally system to determine
   how many times you raised your hand, to do
   inventory of supplies available, to keep score of
   classroom games, to keep track of number of
   cans of water added to juice mixture).

     2M-FS 3. Use number skills to solve a variety
     of real-world problems.
     PO 1. Use counting skills to solve problems
     (e.g., count number of chairs at a table and
     get enough place settings/napkins).

     PO 2. Follow directions with ordinal numbers
     (e.g., meet you on the 4th floor, get off at the
     2nd bus stop, go to the 3rd door on the right).




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STANDARD: MATHEMATICS
   PO 3. Determine how many more/less are
   needed (e.g., washing machine requires 6
   quarters for wash cycle-student has 2
   quarters-how many more are needed?
   student has 8 quarters-how many will be left
   after putting 6 quarters in the washing
   machine?).
   PO 4. Use computation skills to solve
   problems (e.g., checkbook balances, using a
   calculator, compute costs of purchases when
   shopping).
   PO 5. Develop budget to cover expenses (e.g.,
   groceries, clothing, bills, savings, and
   recreation).
   READINESS (Kindergarten)
   2M-R1. Understand and apply data
   collection, organization and representation to
   analyze and sort data.
   PO 1. Formulate questions to collect data in
   contextual situations.
   PO 2. Interpret a pictograph.
   PO 3. Answer questions about a pictograph.




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STANDARD: MATHEMATICS
   PO 4. Formulate questions based on data
   displayed in graphs, charts, and tables.
   PO 5. Solve problems based on simple graphs,
   charts, and tables.
   2M-R3. Understand and demonstrate the
   systematic listing and counting of possible
   outcomes.
   PO 1. Make arrangements that represent the
   number of combinations that can be formed by
   pairing items taken from 2 sets, using
   manipulatives (e.g., How many outfits can one
   make with 2 different color shirts and 2 different
   pairs of pants?)
     PO 2. Color pictures with the least number of
     colors so that no common edges share the same
     color (increased complexity throughout grade
     levels).
     STANDARD 3: PATTERNS, ALGEBRA,
     AND FUNCTIONS
     READINESS (Kindergarten)
     3M-R1. Identify patterns and apply pattern
     recognition to reason mathematically.



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STANDARD: MATHEMATICS
   PO 1. Communicate orally a grade-level
   appropriate pattern.
   PO 2. Extend simple repetitive patterns using
   manipulatives.
   PO 3. Create grade-level appropriate patterns.

     STANDARD 4: GEOMETRY
     READINESS (Kindergarten)
     4M-R1. Analyze the attributes and properties
     of 2- and 3- dimensional shapes and develop
     mathematical arguments about their
     relationships.
     PO 1. Identify 2-dimensional shapes by attribute
     (size, shape, and number of sides.
     PO 2. Identify concepts and terms of position
     and size in contextual situations: Inside/outside,
     above/below/between, smaller/larger,
     longer/shorter
     PO 3. Identify shapes in different
     environments (e.g., nature, buildings,
     classroom).
     STANDARD 5: MEASUREMENT AND
     DISCRETE MATHEMATICS


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STANDARD: MATHEMATICS
   FUNCTIONAL (Ages 3-21)
   5M-FS1. Use measurement in real-world
   situations.
   PO 1. Demonstrate understanding of more
   and less.
     PO 2. Match number name to a given
     quantity (e.g., get 3 apples at the grocery
     store) as depicted through concrete or
     pictorial representation.
     PO 3. Demonstrate ability to use measurement
     tools (e.g., measure ingredients for cooking
     using 1 cup measure, teaspoon, and tablespoon;
     measure appropriate amounts of pet food,
     cleaning solutions, detergent for laundry).

     PO 4. Use temperature measurement to
     make decisions (e.g., adjust bath water,
     determine presence of a fever, select
     appropriate clothing, and select
     appropriate stove and/or oven
     temperature, adjust thermostat for
     comfort and economy).


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STANDARD: MATHEMATICS
   PO 5. Tell time to the hour/half hour using
   analog or digital clocks.
   PO 6. Use time measurements to make
   decisions (e.g., set alarm clock, set timer for
   cooking, use clock to follow a work schedule
   or determine if early or late for an
   appointment, estimate quantity of time
   needed to complete an activity such as getting
   ready for work, washing hair).

     READINESS (Kindergarten)
     5M-R4. Understand and apply appropriate
     units of measure, measurement techniques,
     and formulas to determine measurements.

     PO 1. Verbally compare objects according to
     observable and measurable attributes.

     PO 2. Communicate orally how different
     attributes of an object can be measured.
     PO 3. Order objects according to observable
     and measurable attributes.




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STANDARD: MATHEMATICS
   STANDARD 6: STRUCTURE AND LOGIC

     READINESS (Kindergarten)
     6M-R1. Use reasoning to solve mathematical
     problems in contextual situations.

     PO 1. Sort objects according to observable
     attributes.
     PO 2. Provide rationale for classifying objects
     according to observable attributes (color, size,
     shape, weight, etc.).

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