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									                                                                                           West Baton Rouge Parish
                                                                                      Model Curriculum Mapping Template

Subject/Grade: ELA Grade 2
Textbook: Houghton-Mifflin English (HM) and Write Source Write Away (WA)
        Benchmark GLES               Objective(s)         Text Book                             Mandatory                 Supplemental      Materials              Evaluation
                                                            Reference/
                                                                                                 Activity                   Activity
                                                            Resources

                                                                                           Unit One – Let’s Read
                                                                                         Approximately six weeks
       ELA1E4,6      08,        •   Identify story                       Activity 1: Read Aloud/Think Aloud                              Read Aloud
       ELA7E1,4      11,            elements, including                                                                                  Stories
       ELA4E5        17a,           effects of setting on
                     17b,           events and
                     17c,           characters
                     17d,       •   Make statements
                     20b,           about how previous
                     44,            reading and life
                     45a            experiences relate to
                                    information read in
                                    texts
                                •   Demonstrate
                                    understanding of
                                    information in texts
                                    by comparing and
                                    contrasting story
                                    elements (e.g.,
                                    character, setting,
                                    events)
                                •   Demonstrate
                                    understanding of
                                    information in texts
                                    by predicting what
                                    will happen next in a
                                    story or a text
                                •   Demonstrate
                                    understanding of
                                    information in texts
                                    by making simple
                                    inferences about
                                    information in texts
                                •   Demonstrate
                                    understanding of
                                    information in texts
                                    by self-monitoring
                                    consistently for
                                                                                                                                            State Model Curriculum Mapping ** Spring/Summer 2005
Benchmark    GLES       Objective(s)             Text Book                            Mandatory          Supplemental   Materials              Evaluation
                                                 Reference/
                                                                                       Activity            Activity
                                                 Resources

                        comprehension using
                        multiple strategies
                        and self-correcting as
                        appropriate
                    •   Apply basic
                        reasoning skills,
                        including asking
                        questions about texts
                        read independently
                        including why and
                        how
                    •   Give oral responses,
                        including telling
                        stories and personal
                        experiences
ELA1E3,4,6   07,    •   Determine                             Activity 2: I Can Read Aloud/Think Aloud
ELA7E1,4     08,        appropriate
ELA4E5       11,        circumstances to use
             17a,       skimming and
             17b,       scanning to preview
             17c,       text and to find
             17d,       information
             20b,   •   Identify story
             45a        elements, including
                        effects of setting on
                        events and
                        characters
                    •   Make statements
                        about how previous
                        reading and life
                        experiences relate to
                        information read in
                        texts
                    •   Demonstrate
                        understanding of
                        information in texts
                        by comparing and
                        contrasting story
                        elements (e.g.,
                        character, setting,
                        events)
                    •   Demonstrate
                        understanding of
                                                                                                                        State Model Curriculum Mapping ** Spring/Summer 2005
Benchmark    GLES       Objective(s)             Text Book                               Mandatory                 Supplemental       Materials              Evaluation
                                                 Reference/
                                                                                          Activity                   Activity
                                                 Resources

                        information in texts
                        by predicting what
                        will happen next in a
                        story or a text
                    •   Demonstrate
                        understanding of
                        information in texts
                        by making simple
                        inferences about
                        information in texts
                    •   Demonstrate
                        understanding of
                        information in texts
                        by self-monitoring
                        consistently for
                        comprehension using
                        multiple strategies
                        and self-correcting as
                        appropriate
                    •   Apply basic
                        reasoning skills,
                        including asking
                        questions about texts
                        read independently
                        including why and
                        how
                    •   Give oral responses,
                        including telling
                        stories and personal
                        experiences

ELA1E7       13,    •   Read texts and           GLE 16:      Activity 3: Let’s Explore Different Kinds of Books                  Paired Literature-
ELA6E1,2,3   14,        simple chapter books     HM 32—                                                                           See Model
             15,        silently at              35                                                                               Curriculum pg. 6.
             16         independent reading
                        level
                    •   Compare and
                        contrast different
                        versions of the same
                        story from different
                        cultures through oral,
                        written, and visual
                        responses
                                                                                                                                      State Model Curriculum Mapping ** Spring/Summer 2005
Benchmark   GLES       Objective(s)             Text Book                              Mandatory                  Supplemental      Materials               Evaluation
                                                Reference/
                                                                                        Activity                    Activity
                                                Resources

                   •   Compare and
                       contrast different
                       versions of the same
                       story from different
                       cultures through oral,
                       written, and visual
                       responses
                   •   Distinguish between
                       a variety of types of
                       literature, including
                       biography,
                       autobiography, and
                       plays
ELA6E1      14,    •   Compare and                           Activity 4: What Are the Different Types of Books?
ELA7E1      17a        contrast different
                       versions of the same
                       story from different
                       cultures through oral,
                       written, and visual
                       responses
                   •   Demonstrate
                       understanding of
                       information in texts
                       by comparing and
                       contrasting story
                       elements (e.g.,
                       character, setting,
                       events)

ELA1E7      13,    •   Read texts and                                                                                            Graphic              The student will sort
ELA7E1      17a        simple chapter books                  Activity 5: Pairing Nonfiction and Fiction                          Organizers           books for fiction and
                       silently at                                                                                                                    non-fiction. The
                       independent reading                                                                                                            student will complete
                       level                                                                                                                          a chart with the
                   •   Demonstrate                                                                                                                    following information:
                       understanding of                                                                                                               title, fiction or non-
                       information in texts                                                                                                           fiction, and evidence
                       by comparing and                                                                                                               from text to support
                       contrasting story                                                                                                              decision on fiction or
                       elements (e.g.,                                                                                                                non-fiction.
                       character, setting,
                       events)


                                                                                                                                     State Model Curriculum Mapping ** Spring/Summer 2005
Benchmark    GLES       Objective(s)               Text Book                            Mandatory         Supplemental      Materials               Evaluation
                                                   Reference/
                                                                                         Activity           Activity
                                                   Resources

ELA1E1,3,7   02e,   •   Demonstrate                                                                                                           The student will read
ELA7E1       07,        understanding of                        Activity 6: ”During Reading” Strategies                                       aloud while the
ELA4E5       12,        phonics by using                                                                                                      teacher makes an
             17d,       phonetic decoding                                                                                                     oral reading
             44         strategies accurately                                                                                                 assessment to check
                        and rapidly in                                                                                                        for errors, miscues,
                        unfamiliar words and                                                                                                  application of known
                        text                                                                                                                  sound/symbol
                    •   Determine                                                                                                             correspondences,
                        appropriate                                                                                                           and/or self-
                        circumstances to use                                                                                                  corrections.
                        skimming and
                        scanning to preview
                        text and to find
                        information
                    •   Demonstrate oral
                        reading fluency of at
                        least 90 words per
                        minute in second-
                        grade text with
                        appropriate intonation
                    •   Demonstrate
                        understanding of
                        information in texts
                        by self-monitoring
                        consistently for
                        comprehension using
                        multiple strategies
                        and self-correcting as
                        appropriate
                    •   Use active listening
                        strategies, including
                        asking for clarification
                        and explanations
ELA1E4,5     08,    •   Identify story             GLE 10:      Activity 7: Retell                                       Graphic              The student will
ELA7E1       10,        elements, including        HM 65--                                                               Organizer            accurately complete
ELA4E3,5     17a,       effects of setting on      70                                                                                         a graphic organizer
             40a,       events and                                                                                                            and written retelling.
             40b,       characters
             44,    •   Retell a story in
             45a        sequence including
                        main idea and
                        important supporting
                                                                                                                             State Model Curriculum Mapping ** Spring/Summer 2005
Benchmark   GLES       Objective(s)              Text Book                            Mandatory    Supplemental   Materials              Evaluation
                                                 Reference/
                                                                                       Activity      Activity
                                                 Resources

                       details
                   •   Demonstrate
                       understanding of
                       information in texts
                       by comparing and
                       contrasting story
                       elements (e.g.,
                       character, setting,
                       events)
                   •   Tell and retell stories
                       with sequential order,
                       including setting,
                       character, and simple
                       plot
                   •   Tell and retell stories
                       with sequential order,
                       including setting,
                       character, and simple
                       plot Use active
                       listening strategies,
                       including asking for
                       clarification and
                       explanations
                   •   Give oral responses,
                       including telling
                       stories and personal
                       experiences

ELA7E1,4    17a,   •   Demonstrate               GLE
            20a,       understanding of          20a: HM      Activity 8: What Are the Elements?
            20b        information in texts      340
                       by comparing and
                       contrasting story
                       elements (e.g.,
                       character, setting,
                       events)
                   •   Apply basic
                       reasoning skills,
                       including discussing
                       the relationship
                       between cause-effect
                   •   Apply basic
                       reasoning skills,
                                                                                                                  State Model Curriculum Mapping ** Spring/Summer 2005
Benchmark   GLES       Objective(s)              Text Book                           Mandatory          Supplemental      Materials               Evaluation
                                                 Reference/
                                                                                      Activity            Activity
                                                 Resources

                       including asking
                       questions about texts
                       read independently
                       including why and
                       how
ELA1E4,7    08,    •   Identify story                            Activity 9: Story Elements Continued                  Beach ball and
ELA4E3,5    13,        elements, including                                                                             colored sticky
            40a,       effects of setting on                                                                           notes
            40b,       events and
            45a        characters
                   •   Read texts and
                       simple chapter books
                       silently at
                       independent reading
                       level
                   •   Tell and retell stories
                       with sequential order,
                       including setting,
                       character, and simple
                       plot
                   •   Tell and retell stories
                       with supportive facts
                       and details from the
                       story
                   •   Give oral responses,
                       including telling
                       stories and personal
                       experiences
ELA1E7      12,    •   Demonstrate oral                                                                                Stopwatch
ELA4E3      40a,       reading fluency of at                  Activity 10: Workshop and Conferencing
            40b        least 90 words per
                       minute in second-
                       grade text with
                       appropriate intonation
                   •   Tell and retell stories
                       with sequential order,
                       including setting,
                       character, and simple
                       plot
                   •   Tell and retell stories
                       with supportive facts
                       and details from the
                       story
                                                                                                                           State Model Curriculum Mapping ** Spring/Summer 2005
Benchmark   GLES       Objective(s)             Text Book                            Mandatory   Supplemental       Materials              Evaluation
                                                Reference/
                                                                                      Activity     Activity
                                                Resources

ELA1E7      12,    •   Demonstrate oral         GLE 16:      Activity 11: Building Fluency                      Plays or tales for   The teacher will use
ELA6E2,3    13,        reading fluency of at    HM 32—                                                          Reader’s Theatre     a checklist, and the
ELA4E5      15,        least 90 words per       35                                                                                   student earns points
            16,        minute in second-                                                                                             for each component:
            44         grade text with
                                                                                                                                     The student
                       appropriate intonation
                                                                                                                                     practiced and
                   •   Read texts and                                                                                                participated in the
                       simple chapter books                                                                                          play.
                       silently at
                       independent reading                                                                                           The student read
                       level                                                                                                         with an appropriate
                   •   Compare and                                                                                                   reading rate.
                       contrast different                                                                                            The student read
                       versions of the same                                                                                          with expression.
                       story from different
                       cultures through oral,                                                                                        The student worked
                       written, and visual                                                                                           well with the group.
                       responses                                                                                                     The student
                   •   Distinguish between                                                                                           participated as a
                       a variety of types of                                                                                         good audience
                       literature, including                                                                                         member.
                       biography,
                       autobiography, and
                       plays
                   •   Distinguish between
                       a variety of types of
                       literature, including
                       biography,
                       autobiography, and
                       plays
ELA1E4,5    08,    •   Identify story           GLE 10:      Activity 12: Compare and Contrast                  Venn Diagram
ELA6E1      10,        elements, including      HM 65—                                                          For students :
ELA7E1,4    14,        effects of setting on    70                                                              Two versions of
ELA4E3,5    17c,       events and                                                                               the same story
            20a,       characters               GLE
            40a,   •   Retell a story in        20a: HM
            40b,       sequence including       340
            45a        main idea and
                       important supporting
                       details
                   •   Compare and
                       contrast different
                       versions of the same
                                                                                                                    State Model Curriculum Mapping ** Spring/Summer 2005
Benchmark   GLES       Objective(s)              Text Book                            Mandatory                 Supplemental   Materials              Evaluation
                                                 Reference/
                                                                                       Activity                   Activity
                                                 Resources

                       story from different
                       cultures through oral,
                       written, and visual
                   •   responses
                   •   Demonstrate
                       understanding of
                       information in texts
                       by making simple
                       inferences about
                       information in texts
                   •   Apply basic
                       reasoning skills,
                       including discussing
                       the relationship
                       between cause-effect
                   •   Tell and retell stories
                       with sequential order,
                       including setting,
                       character, and simple
                       plot
                   •   Tell and retell stories
                       with supportive facts
                       and details from the
                       story
                   •   Give oral responses,
                       including telling
                       stories and personal
                       experiences

                                                                          •    Unit Two Use Your Thinking Cap
                                                                              • Approximately four weeks
ELA1E7      13,    •   Read texts and                         Activity 1: Anticipation                                                          Following the activity,
ELA7E1,4    17c,       simple chapter books                                                                                                     the student will
ELA4E3      17d,       silently at                                                                                                              complete a new
            20b,       independent reading                                                                                                      anticipation guide to
            40b,       level                                                                                                                    check for
            40c    •   Demonstrate                                                                                                              understanding and
                       understanding of                                                                                                         comprehension. The
                       information in texts                                                                                                     Anticipation Guide
                       by making simple                                                                                                         will list several
                       inferences about                                                                                                         statements about the
                       information in texts                                                                                                     story. The student
                   •   Demonstrate                                                                                                              will indicate whether
                                                                                                                               State Model Curriculum Mapping ** Spring/Summer 2005
Benchmark     GLES       Objective(s)              Text Book                             Mandatory   Supplemental       Materials              Evaluation
                                                   Reference/
                                                                                          Activity     Activity
                                                   Resources

                         understanding of                                                                                                the statement is true
                         information in texts                                                                                            or false. If the
                         by self-monitoring                                                                                              statement is false,
                         consistently for                                                                                                the student will
                         comprehension using                                                                                             change it as
                         multiple strategies                                                                                             necessary to make it
                         and self-correcting as                                                                                          true. For example,
                         appropriate                                                                                                     for the book The
                     •   Apply basic                                                                                                     Three Little Pigs the
                         reasoning skills,                                                                                               statement may say:
                         including asking                                                                                                “The third pig built
                         questions about texts                                                                                           his house of straw.”
                         read independently                                                                                              This would be false,
                         including why and                                                                                               and the student
                         how                                                                                                             would change the
                     •   Tell and retell stories                                                                                         word straw to bricks
                         with supportive facts                                                                                           to make it a true
                         and details from the                                                                                            statement.
                         story
                     •   Tell and retell stories
                         with explicit and
                         implicit main ideas
ELA 1E4,5,7   08,    •   Identify story                         Activity 2: Book Clubs                              Possible             The student product
ELA7E1,4      10,        elements, including                                                                        materials include    from Activity 2 will be
ELA4E3,4      13,        effects of setting on                                                                      PowerPoint,          assessed for
              17c,       events and                                                                                 paper bags,          comprehension of
              20b,       characters                                                                                 construction         the chosen book.
              40b,   •   Retell a story in                                                                          paper, and video     The product will be
              40c,       sequence including                                                                         camera               assessed according
              41,        main idea and                                                                                                   to a checklist or
              42,        important supporting                                                                                            rubric designed to
              43         details                                                                                                         address
                     •   Read texts and                                                                                                  comprehension
                         simple chapter books                                                                                            skills.
                         silently at
                         independent reading
                         level
                     •   Demonstrate
                         understanding of
                         information in texts
                         by making simple
                         inferences about
                         information in texts
                                                                                                                        State Model Curriculum Mapping ** Spring/Summer 2005
Benchmark   GLES       Objective(s)              Text Book                            Mandatory     Supplemental   Materials              Evaluation
                                                 Reference/
                                                                                       Activity       Activity
                                                 Resources

                   •   Apply basic
                       reasoning skills,
                       including asking
                       questions about texts
                       read independently
                       including why and
                       how
                   •   Tell and retell stories
                       with supportive facts
                       and details from the
                       story
                   •   Tell and retell stories
                       with explicit and
                       implicit main ideas
                   •   Adjust language
                       during a presentation
                       in order to inform or
                       explain to a specific
                       audience
                   •   Deliver informal
                       presentations that
                       demonstrate an
                       understanding of a
                       topic
                   •   Give rehearsed oral
                       presentations about
                       general topics using
                       eye contact,
                       appropriate volume,
                       clear pronunciation,
                       and appropriate
                       visual aids
ELA1E4,7    08,    •   Identify story                         Activity 3: Reader’s Chair to Share
ELA6E1      13,        elements, including
ELA7E2,4    14,        effects of setting on
ELA4E3,4    18,        events and
            20b,       characters
            40b,   •   Read texts and
            40c,       simple chapter books
            41,        silently at
            43         independent reading
                       level
                   •   Compare and
                                                                                                                   State Model Curriculum Mapping ** Spring/Summer 2005
Benchmark    GLES       Objective(s)              Text Book                              Mandatory   Supplemental      Materials               Evaluation
                                                  Reference/
                                                                                          Activity     Activity
                                                  Resources

                        contrast different
                        versions of the same
                        story from different
                        cultures through oral,
                        written, and visual
                        responses
                    •   Discuss and choose
                        the most appropriate
                        solution to a problem
                        in texts
                    •   Apply basic
                        reasoning skills,
                        including asking
                        questions about texts
                        read independently
                        including why and
                        how
                    •   Tell and retell stories
                        with supportive facts
                        and details from the
                        story
                    •   Tell and retell stories
                        with explicit and
                        implicit main ideas
                    •   Adjust language
                        during a presentation
                        in order to inform or
                        explain to a specific
                        audience
                    •   Give rehearsed oral
                        presentations about
                        general topics using
                        eye contact,
                        appropriate volume,
                        clear pronunciation,
                        and appropriate
                        visual aids
ELA7E1,2,4   17c,   •   Demonstrate                            Activity 4: The Riddler                              Riddle books
ELA4E4       17d,       understanding of
             18,        information in texts
             20b,       by making simple
             41,        inferences about
             43         information in texts
                                                                                                                        State Model Curriculum Mapping ** Spring/Summer 2005
Benchmark    GLES       Objective(s)             Text Book                            Mandatory   Supplemental      Materials               Evaluation
                                                 Reference/
                                                                                       Activity     Activity
                                                 Resources

                    •   Demonstrate
                        understanding of
                        information in texts
                        by self-monitoring
                        consistently for
                        comprehension using
                        multiple strategies
                        and self-correcting as
                        appropriate
                    •   Discuss and choose
                        the most appropriate
                        solution to a problem
                        in texts
                    •   Apply basic
                        reasoning skills,
                        including asking
                        questions about texts
                        read independently
                        including why and
                        how
                    •   Adjust language
                        during a presentation
                        in order to inform or
                        explain to a specific
                        audience
                    •   Give rehearsed oral
                        presentations about
                        general topics using
                        eye contact,
                        appropriate volume,
                        clear pronunciation,
                        and appropriate
                        visual aids
ELA1E3,5     07,    •   Determine                             Activity 5: Creative Minds                         Comic strips
ELA7E1,2,4   10,        appropriate
ELA4E3,4     17d,       circumstances to use
             18,        skimming and
             20b,       scanning to preview
             40a,       text and to find
             40b,       information
             42     •   Retell a story in
                        sequence including
                        main idea and
                                                                                                                     State Model Curriculum Mapping ** Spring/Summer 2005
Benchmark    GLES       Objective(s)              Text Book                                 Mandatory   Supplemental   Materials              Evaluation
                                                  Reference/
                                                                                             Activity     Activity
                                                  Resources

                        important supporting
                        details
                    •   Demonstrate
                        understanding of
                        information in texts
                        by self-monitoring
                        consistently for
                        comprehension using
                        multiple strategies
                        and self-correcting as
                        appropriate
                    •   Discuss and choose
                        the most appropriate
                        solution to a problem
                        in texts
                    •   Apply basic
                        reasoning skills,
                        including asking
                        questions about texts
                        read independently
                        including why and
                        how
                    •   Tell and retell stories
                        with sequential order,
                        including setting,
                        character, and simple
                        plot
                    •   Tell and retell stories
                        with supportive facts
                        and details from the
                        story
                    •   Deliver informal
                        presentations that
                        demonstrate an
                        understanding of a
                        topic
ELA1E5,7     10,    •   Retell a story in                      Activity 6: Let’s Solve It                                               The student will list
ELA7E1,2,4   13,        sequence including                                                                                              alternative solutions
ELA4E3,4     17c,       main idea and                                                                                                   to problems in a
             18,        important supporting                                                                                            story or passage.
             20b,       details                                                                                                         The list generated
             40a,   •   Read texts and                                                                                                  will be assessed on
             40b,       simple chapter books                                                                                            the basis of a rubric
                                                                                                                       State Model Curriculum Mapping ** Spring/Summer 2005
Benchmark   GLES       Objective(s)              Text Book                            Mandatory   Supplemental   Materials              Evaluation
                                                 Reference/
                                                                                       Activity     Activity
                                                 Resources

            40c,       silently at                                                                                                addressing the
            42         independent reading                                                                                        appropriateness of
                       level                                                                                                      problem solutions.
                   •   Demonstrate
                       understanding of
                       information in texts
                       by making simple
                       inferences about
                       information in texts
                   •   Discuss and choose
                       the most appropriate
                       solution to a problem
                       in texts
                   •   Apply basic
                       reasoning skills,
                       including asking
                       questions about texts
                       read independently
                       including why and
                       how
                   •   Tell and retell stories
                       with sequential order,
                       including setting,
                       character, and simple
                       plot
                   •   Tell and retell stories
                       with supportive facts
                       and details from the
                       story
                   •   Tell and retell stories
                       with explicit and
                       implicit main ideas
                   •   Deliver informal
                       presentations that
                       demonstrate an
                       understanding of a
                       topic
ELA1E4,5    08,    •   Identify story                         Activity 7: Questions
ELA7E1,2    10,        elements, including
            17c,       effects of setting on
            18         events and
                       characters
                   •   Retell a story in
                                                                                                                 State Model Curriculum Mapping ** Spring/Summer 2005
Benchmark   GLES       Objective(s)             Text Book                           Mandatory   Supplemental      Materials               Evaluation
                                                Reference/
                                                                                     Activity     Activity
                                                Resources

                       sequence including
                       main idea and
                       important supporting
                       details
                   •   Demonstrate
                       understanding of
                       information in texts
                       by making simple
                       inferences about
                       information in texts
                   •   Discuss and choose
                       the most appropriate
                       solution to a problem
                       in texts
ELA1E7      13,    •   Read texts and                        Activity 8: Read On
ELA7E4      20b        simple chapter books
                       silently at
                       independent reading
                       level
                   •   Apply basic
                       reasoning skills,
                       including asking
                       questions about texts
                       read independently
                       including why and
                       how
ELA1E7      13,    •   Read texts and                        Activity 9: Compare and Contrast                  Graphic
ELA6E1      14,        simple chapter books                                                                    Organizer
ELA7E1,4    17c,       silently at
            20b        independent reading
                       level
                   •   Compare and
                       contrast different
                       versions of the same
                       story from different
                       cultures through oral,
                       written, and visual
                       responses
                   •   Demonstrate
                       understanding of
                       information in texts
                       by making simple
                       inferences about
                                                                                                                   State Model Curriculum Mapping ** Spring/Summer 2005
Benchmark   GLES       Objective(s)               Text Book                             Mandatory          Supplemental      Materials               Evaluation
                                                  Reference/
                                                                                         Activity            Activity
                                                  Resources

                       information in texts
                   •   Apply basic
                       reasoning skills,
                       including asking
                       questions about texts
                       read independently
                       including why and
                       how
ELA1E4      08,    •   Identify story                          Activity 10: Literature Reveals Character                  Fables and
ELA4E4      41,        elements, including                                                                                Folktales
            42,        effects of setting on
            43         events and
                       characters
                   •   Adjust language
                       during a presentation
                       in order to inform or
                       explain to a specific
                       audience
                   •   Deliver informal
                       presentations that
                       demonstrate an
                       understanding of a
                       topic
                   •   Give rehearsed oral
                       presentations about
                       general topics using
                       eye contact,
                       appropriate volume,
                       clear pronunciation,
                       and appropriate
                       visual aids

                                                                                  • Unit 3: Write Away
                                                                              • Approximately four Weeks
ELA6E2      15,    •   Identify various types     GLE          Activity 1: Why Write?                                     PowerPoint           The students will
ELA7E3,4    19,        of literature, including   20a: HM                                                                                      complete an author
ELA4E2      20a,       biography,                 340                                                                                          study project. The
            20b,       autobiography and                                                                                                       students will explore
            39         the folk tale, in oral     GLE 39:                                                                                      and research an
                       and written                HM                                                                                           author and his/her
                       responses                  195—                                                                                         works. The project
                   •   Identify the author’s      198 &                                                                                        will include one of
                       viewpoint (I.e.,           WA                                                                                           the following:
                                                                                                                              State Model Curriculum Mapping ** Spring/Summer 2005
Benchmark   GLES       Objective(s)             Text Book                            Mandatory   Supplemental      Materials               Evaluation
                                                Reference/
                                                                                      Activity     Activity
                                                Resources

                       perspective) in a text   102—                                                                                 slide show or
                   •   Apply basic              105                                                                                  PowerPoint®
                       reasoning skills,                                                                                             presentation
                       including discussing                                                                                          biographical
                       the relationship                                                                                              pamphlet
                       between cause-effect                                                                                          mural depicting the
                   •   Apply basic                                                                                                   author’s various
                       reasoning skills,                                                                                             works
                       including asking                                                                                              timeline of the
                       questions about texts                                                                                         author’s works
                       read independently                                                                                            Each of the projects
                       including why and                                                                                             will be assessed with
                       how                                                                                                           an appropriate
                   •   Give/relate multi-step                                                                                        checklist or rubric.
                       directions to
                       classmates
ELA1E1      05,    •   Determine word           GLE 5:       Activity 2: How Is It Organized?                   Checklists           The students will
ELA4E4      41,        meaning and              HM                                                                                   demonstrate
            42         appropriate word         327—                                                                                 knowledge of the
                       choices using            332,                                                                                 different genres by
                       reference aids,          347—                                                                                 completing a
                       including dictionaries   358                                                                                  checklist on
                       and thesauruses          & WA                                                                                 characteristics of a
                   •   Adjust language          111—                                                                                 chosen book and
                       during a presentation    113                                                                                  identifying the genre
                       in order to inform or                                                                                         of the book. The
                       explain to a specific                                                                                         checklist will list
                       audience                                                                                                      specific
                   •   Deliver informal                                                                                              characteristics of
                       presentations that                                                                                            each genre. (A list of
                       demonstrate an                                                                                                the specific
                       understanding of a                                                                                            characteristics can
                       topic                                                                                                         be found online
                                                                                                                                     searching with the
                                                                                                                                     key word, writing
                                                                                                                                     genres.) The
                                                                                                                                     students will use
                                                                                                                                     passages from the
                                                                                                                                     book to support their
                                                                                                                                     decision, telling how
                                                                                                                                     and why each is a
                                                                                                                                     specific genre.


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ELA3E1,3,4,   27,    •   Write legible short     GLE          Activity 3: Conventions                              Word-Processing
5             30a,       paragraphs using        30a: HM                                                           Program (Micro-
              30b,       proper indentation      37—40,                                                            soft Word, Works
              30c,   •   Write using standard    43—44,                                                            etc.)
              30d,       English structure and   57
              30e,       usage, including        & WA
              30f,       subject-verb            52—53
              31,        agreement in simple
              32a,       and compound            GLE
              32b,       sentences               30b: HM
              32c,   •   Write using standard    Verb
              32d,       English structure and   Unit 151-
              32e,       usage, including past   166, &
              32f,       and present verb        WA 281
              32g,       tenses
              32h,   •   Write using standard    GLE
              33a,       English structure and   30c:
              33b,       usage, including        HM
              33c        noun and pronoun        107—
                         antecedent              110 &
                         agreement               WA 280
                     •   Write using standard    GLE
                         English structure and   30d:
                         usage, including        WA 285,
                         transitional words
                         and conjunctions in     GLE
                         sentences Write         30e:
                         using standard          WA 285
                         English structure and
                         usage, including        GLE 30f:
                         prepositions and        WA 254
                         prepositional phrases
                     •   Write using standard    GLE 31:
                         English structure and   HM 43—
                         usage, including        44
                         possessive nouns
                     •   Distinguish between     GLE
                         a sentence and a        32a: HM
                         sentence fragment       95—98,
                                                 105—
                     •   Use knowledge of
                                                 106
                         parts of speech,
                         including identifying
                                                 GLE
                         and using nouns,
                                                 32c: WA
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                       including proper,       254
                       common, concrete,
                       abstract, and           GLE
                       collective              32d: HM
                   •   Use knowledge of        Verbs
                       parts of speech,        Unit 151-
                       including using         166 &
                       correct antecedents     WA 281
                       of pronouns
                   •   Identifying and using   GLE
                       the standard form of    32e: HM
                       possessives             107-108
                   •   Selecting and using
                       verbs in past and       GLE 32f:
                       present tenses in       WA 285
                       writing
                   •   Selecting and using     GLE
                       standard forms of       32g:
                       personal pronouns       WA 285
                   •   Using a variety of
                       conjunctions            GLE
                   •   Selecting and using     32h: WA
                       adverbs that modify     285
                       according to time
                   •   Identifying and using   GLE
                       prepositions            33a: WA
                       appropriately           194—
                                               199
                   •   Spell
                       grade-appropriate
                                               GLE
                       words with short
                                               33b:
                       vowels, long vowels,
                                               WA 199
                       r-controlled vowels,
                       and consonant-
                       blends
                   •   Spell grade-
                       appropriate words
                       with short and long
                       vowel sounds when
                       those sounds are
                       made with a broad
                       variety of letter
                       combinations (e.g.,
                       ou, ow, ough, igh)
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                   •   Spell grade-
                       appropriate
                       frequently used
                       irregularly spelled
                       words
ELA2E2,3    22,    •   Use a greater variety     GLE 22:      Activity 4: Collect Your Thoughts
            23a        of action and             HM Unit
                       descriptive words         8
                       when writing for a        Adjective
                       specific purpose          s & HM
                       and/or audience           Unit 6
                   •   Develop                   Verbs &
                       compositions of one       WA
                       or more paragraphs        281—
                       using writing             284
                       processes such as
                       independently             GLE
                       generating ideas for      23a:
                       writing by using          HM 14—
                       various strategies        23 & WA
                       (e.g., listing,           18—23
                       brainstorming,
                       drawing)
ELA1E4      08,    •   Identify story                         Activity 5: Story Parts                              Class poster:
ELA4E3      40a,       elements, including                                                                         See Activity 5 in
            40b,       effects of setting on                                                                       Model Curriculum
            40c        events and
                       characters
                   •   Tell and retell stories
                       with the following
                       included: sequential
                       order, including
                       setting, character and
                       simple plot.
                   •   Tell and retell stories
                       with the following
                       included: supportive
                       facts and details from
                       the story
                   •   Tell and retell stories
                       with the following
                       included: explicit and
                       implicit main ideas
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ELA1E4        08,    •   Identify story          GLE          Activity 6: Getting Ready to Write                  Class chart
ELA2E3        23a        elements, including     23a:
                         effects of setting on   HM 14—
                         events and              23 & WA
                         characters              18—23
                     •   Develop
                         compositions of one
                         or more paragraphs
                         using writing
                         processes such as
                         independently
                         generating ideas for
                         writing by using
                         various strategies
                         (e.g., listing,
                         brainstorming,
                         drawing)
ELA7E4        20a,   •   Apply basic             GLE          Activity 7: Literature Extension                    Literature
ELA2E2,4      22,        reasoning skills,       20a: HM                                                          Extensions See
ELA3E1,3,4,   24c,       including discussing    340                                                              Activity 7
5             27,        the relationship
              30a,       between cause-effect    GLE 22:
              30b,   •   Use a greater variety   HM Unit
              30c,       of action and           8
              30d,       descriptive words       Adjective
              30e,       when writing for a      s & HM
              30f,       specific purpose        Unit 6
              33a,       and/or audience         Verbs &
              33b,   •   Develop grade-          WA
              33c        appropriate             281—
                         compositions, for       284
                         example, stories
                     •   Write legible short     GLE
                         paragraphs using        24c: WA
                         proper indentation      22 Story
                     •   Write using standard    Unit
                         English structure and
                         usage, including        GLE
                         subject-verb            30a: HM
                         agreement in simple     37—40,
                         and compound            43—44,
                         sentences               57 and
                     •   Write using standard    WA 52—

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                                               Resources

                       English structure and   53
                       usage, including past
                       and present verb        GLE
                       tenses                  30b: HM
                   •   Write using standard    Verbs
                       English structure and   Unit
                       usage, including        151—
                       noun and pronoun        166
                       antecedent              & WA
                       agreement               281
                   •   Write using standard
                       English structure and   GLE
                       usage, including        30c: HM
                       transitional words      107—
                       and conjunctions in     110 &
                       sentences               WA 280
                   •   Write using standard
                       English structure and   GLE
                       usage, including        30d: WA
                       prepositions and        285
                       prepositional phrases
                   •   Write using standard    GLE
                       English structure and   30e: WA
                       usage, including        285
                       possessive nouns
                   •   Spell                   GLE 30f:
                       grade-appropriate       WA 254
                       words with short
                       vowels, long vowels,    GLE
                       r-controlled vowels,    33a:
                       and consonant-          WA
                       blends                  194—
                   •   Spell grade-            199
                       appropriate words
                       with short and long     GLE
                       vowel sounds when       33b:
                       those sounds are        WA 199
                       made with a broad
                       variety of letter
                       combinations (e.g.,
                       ou, ow, ough, igh)
                   •   Spell grade-
                       appropriate
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                                                  Resources

                         frequently used
                         irregularly spelled
                         words
ELA1E1        05,    •   Determine word           GLE 5:       Activity 8: Writing a Story or Article                  Dictionaries and
ELA2E3        23a,       meaning and              HM                                                                   Thesauruses
ELA3E1,2,3,   23b,       appropriate word         327—
4,5           23d,       choices using            332,
              23e,       reference aids,          347—
              24c,       including dictionaries   358 &
              27,        and thesauruses          WA
              28b,   •   Develop                  111—
              30a,       compositions of one      113
              30b,       or more paragraphs
              30c,       using writing            GLE
              30d,       processes such as        23a: HM
              30e,       independently            14—23,
              30f,       generating ideas for     137 &
              31,        writing by using         WA 18—
              32a,       various strategies       23
              32b,       (e.g., listing,
              33a,       brainstorming,           GLE
              33b,       drawing)                 23b:
              33c,   •   Develop                  HM 14—
              37         compositions of one      23 & WA
                         or more paragraphs       18—23
                         using writing
                         processes such as        GLE
                         creating a plan (e.g.,   23d: HM
                         graphic organizer,       14—23,
                         web) appropriate to      WA 18—
                         the purpose of writing   23
                     •   Develop                  GLE
                         compositions of one      23e: HM
                         or more paragraphs       14—23
                         using writing            and WA
                         processes such as        18—23
                         conferencing with a
                         teacher or peers         GLE
                     •   Develop                  24c: WA
                         compositions of one      122
                         or more paragraphs       Story
                         using writing            Unit
                         processes such as
                                                  GLE
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                                                              Activity     Activity
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                       revising for clarity,    28b: HM
                       grammatical and          167—
                       mechanical               168, 178
                       correctness, and/or to   and WA
                       include additional       204—
                       information              205, 254
                   •   Develop grade-
                       appropriate              GLE
                       compositions, for        30a: HM
                       example, stories         37—40,
                   •   Write legible short      43, 44,
                       paragraphs using         57 and
                       proper indentation       WA 52—
                   •   Use standard English     53
                       punctuation, including
                       apostrophes in           GLE
                       contractions             30b: HM
                   •   Write using standard     Verbs
                       English structure and    Unit
                       usage, including         151—
                       subject-verb             166 and
                       agreement in simple      WA 281
                       and compound
                       sentences                GLE
                   •   Write using standard     30c: HM
                       English structure and    107—
                       usage, including past    110, WA
                       and present verb         280
                       tenses
                   •   Write using standard     GLE
                       English structure and    30d: WA
                       usage, including         285
                       noun and pronoun
                       antecedent               GLE
                       agreement                30e:
                   •   Write using standard     WA 285
                       English structure and
                       usage, including         GLE 30f:
                       transitional words       WA 254
                       and conjunctions in
                       sentences                GLE 31:
                                                HM 33—
                   •   Write using standard
                                                34
                       English structure and
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                       usage, including        GLE
                       prepositions and        32a: HM
                       prepositional phrases   95—98,
                   •   Write using standard    105—
                       English structure and   106
                       usage, including
                       possessive nouns        GLE
                   •   Distinguish between     33a:
                       a sentence and a        WA
                       sentence fragment       194—
                   •   Use knowledge of        199
                       parts of speech,
                       including identifying   GLE
                       and using nouns,        33b:
                       including proper,       WA 199
                       common, concrete,
                       abstract, and           GLE 37:
                       collective              WA
                   •   Use knowledge of        207—
                       parts of speech,        207
                       including using
                       correct antecedents
                       of pronouns
                   •   Spell
                       grade-appropriate
                       words with short
                       vowels, long vowels,
                       r-controlled vowels,
                       and consonant-
                       blends
                   •   Spell grade-
                       appropriate words
                       with short and long
                       vowel sounds when
                       those sounds are
                       made with a broad
                       variety of letter
                       combinations (e.g.,
                       ou, ow, ough, igh)
                   •   Spell grade-
                       appropriate words
                       with short and long
                       vowel sounds when
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                                                 Reference/
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                                                 Resources

                         those sounds are
                         made with a broad
                         variety of letter
                         combinations (e.g.,
                         ou, ow, ough, igh)
                     •   Use a dictionary and
                         a glossary to locate
                         correct spellings
ELA7E4        20a,   •   Apply basic             GLE          Activity 9: Types of Writing                                         The students will
ELA2E2,3,4    20b,       reasoning skills,       20a: HM                                                                           participate in a
ELA3E1,2,3,   22,        including discussing    340                                                                               debate. After writing
4             23a,       the relationship                                                                                          a persuasive
ELA4E2        24c,       between cause-effect    GLE 22:                                                                           paragraph, the
              27,    •   Apply basic             HM Unit                                                                           students will debate
              28b,       reasoning skills,       8                                                                                 the issue for the
              30a,       including asking        Adjective                                                                         class. The teacher
              30b,       questions about texts   s, Unit 6                                                                         will observe the
              30c,       read independently      Verbs &                                                                           student debate and
              30d,       including why and       WA                                                                                use anecdotal notes
              30e,       how                     281—                                                                              to determine if
              30f,   •   Use a greater variety   284                                                                               student used
              31,        of action and                                                                                             persuasive
              32g,       descriptive words       GLE                                                                               arguments to try to
              39         when writing for a      23a: HM                                                                           change the listeners’
                         specific purpose        14—23,                                                                            points of view.
                         and/or audience         137 &
                     •   Develop                 WA 18—
                         compositions of one     23
                         or more paragraphs
                         using writing           GLE
                         processes such as       28b: HM
                         independently           167—
                         generating ideas for    168,
                         writing by using        178 &
                         various strategies      WA
                         (e.g., listing,         204—
                         brainstorming,          205, 254
                         drawing)
                     •   Develop grade-          GLE
                         appropriate             30a: HM
                         compositions, for       37—40,
                         example, stories        43-44,
                     •   Write legible short     57 & WA
                                                 52—53
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                       paragraphs using
                       proper indentation       GLE
                   •   Use standard English     30b: HM
                       punctuation, including   Verbs
                       apostrophes in           Unit
                       contractions             151—
                   •   Write using standard     166
                       English structure and    & WA
                       usage, including         281
                       subject-verb
                       agreement in simple      GLE
                       and compound             30c: HM
                       sentences                107—
                   •   Write using standard     110 &
                       English structure and    WA 280
                       usage, including past
                       and present verb         GLE
                       tenses                   30d: WA
                   •   Write using standard     285
                       English structure and
                       usage, including         GLE
                       noun and pronoun         30e: WA
                       antecedent               285
                       agreement
                   •   Write using standard     GLE 30f:
                       English structure and    WA 254
                       usage, including
                       transitional words       GLE 31:
                       and conjunctions in      HM 31—
                       sentences                34
                   •   Write using standard
                       English structure and    GLE
                       usage, including         32g:
                       prepositions and         WA 285
                       prepositional phrases
                   •   Write using standard     GLE 39:
                       English structure and    HM
                       usage, including         195—
                       possessive nouns         198
                   •   Distinguish between
                                                WA
                       a sentence and a
                                                102—
                       sentence fragment
                                                105
                   •   Selecting and using
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                        adverbs that modify
                        according to time
                    •   Give/relate multi-step
                        directions to
                        classmates
ELA 2E3,6    23d,   •   Develop                  GLE          Activity 10: Pen Pals                              Teacher provided
ELA3E2,3,4   26a,       compositions of one      23d: HM                                                         friendly letter
             28a,       or more paragraphs       14—23                                                           Overheads or
             28b,       using writing            & WA                                                            Elmos; Flat
             28c,       processes such as        18—23                                                           Stanley
             29,        conferencing with a
             31,        teacher or peers         GLE
             32a,   •   Write for various        26a: HM
             32b        purposes, including      309—
                        letters or invitations   318 &
                        that include relevant    WA 72—
                        information and          75, 100
                        follow a
                        letter/envelope format   GLE
                    •   Use standard English     28a: HM
                        punctuation, including   275—
                        commas in the            278,
                        greeting and closure     307—
                        of a letter, between a   308
                        city and a state, and
                        in dates                 GLE
                    •   Use standard English     28b: HM
                        punctuation, including   167—
                        apostrophes in           168, 178
                        contractions             & WA
                    •   Use standard English     204-205
                        punctuation, including
                        periods in               GLE
                        abbreviations            28c: HM
                    •   Capitalize grade-        269—
                        appropriate proper       270 &
                        nouns, initials of a     WA
                        person’s name, and       260—
                        the salutation and       261
                        closing of a friendly
                        letter                   GLE 29:
                    •   Distinguish between      HM
                        a sentence and a         307—
                                                 308 &
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                       sentence fragment       WA 72—
                   •   Use knowledge of        75
                       parts of speech,
                       including identifying   GLE 31:
                       and using nouns,        HM 33-
                       including proper,       34
                       common, concrete,
                       abstract, and           GLE
                       collective              32a: HM
                   •   Use knowledge of        95—98,
                       parts of speech,        105—
                       including using         106
                       correct antecedents
                       of pronouns


                                                                     •    Unit 4: Travel the Information Highway
                                                                            • Approximately three weeks
ELA7E1      17c,   •   Demonstrate             GLE          Activity 1: Parts of a Book                                           Table of Contents
ELA5E1      49b,       understanding of        49b: HM                                                                            from a book
            49c,       information in texts    333
            49d,       by making simple
            49e,       inferences about        GLE
            49f        information in texts    49c: WA
                   •   Locate information      206—
                       using the               207
                       organizational
                       features of texts,      GLE
                       including title pages   49e: HM
                   •   Locate information      333
                       using the
                       organizational
                       features of texts,
                       including glossaries
                   •   Locate information
                       using the
                       organizational
                       features of texts,
                       including indices
                   •   Locate information
                       using the
                       organizational
                       features of texts,
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                        including chapter
                        headings

ELA3E5       36     •   Alphabetize to the       GLE 36:      Activity 2: Alphabetical Order                         Word Cards           The students will
                        second letter and        HM                                                                                       locate vocabulary in
                        some third letters       323—                                                                                     a dictionary using
                                                 326 and                                                                                  guide words. The
                                                 WA                                                                                       students will
                                                 111—                                                                                     complete a written
                                                 112                                                                                      assignment. The
                                                                                                                                          student will record
                                                                                                                                          the following on the
                                                                                                                                          assignment:
                                                                                                                                          The vocabulary word
                                                                                                                                          The page number
                                                                                                                                          where the word is
                                                                                                                                          found in the
                                                                                                                                          dictionary
                                                                                                                                          The guide words on
                                                                                                                                          that page
                                                                                                                                          The assignment will
                                                                                                                                          be assessed for
                                                                                                                                          accuracy.

ELA1E1       04,    •   Use knowledge of         GLE 4:       Activity 3: Digging in the Dictionary                  Dictionaries
             05         base words to            WA 180
                        interpret meaning of
                        unfamiliar words         GLE 5:
                        (e.g., heat/preheat)     HM
                    •   Determine word           327—
                        meaning and              332 and
                        appropriate word         WA
                        choices using            111—
                        reference aids,          113
                        including dictionaries
                        and thesauruses
ELA1E1       03,    •   Identify and explain     GLE 5:       Activity 4: Thesaurus                                                       The student will
ELA2E3,4,5   05,        common synonyms,         HM                                                                                       complete a project in
             23c,       antonyms, and            327—                                                                                     a content area, such
             23d,       homonyms                 332 and                                                                                  as science or social
             23e,   •   Determine word           WA                                                                                       studies, using
             24b,       meaning and              111—                                                                                     information gathered
             24c,       appropriate word         113                                                                                      from the

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            25         choices using                                                                     encyclopedia. The
                       reference aids,          GLE                                                      project could be an
                       including dictionaries   23c: HM                                                  informational poster,
                       and thesauruses          14—23,                                                   a collage, an oral
                   •   Develop                  and WA                                                   presentation, or a
                       compositions of one      18—23                                                    written report. The
                       or more paragraphs                                                                project will be
                       using writing            GLE                                                      assessed using an
                       processes such as        23d: HM                                                  appropriate checklist
                       writing a first draft    14—23,                                                   or rubric.
                       with a developed         and WA
                       beginning, a middle,     18—23
                       and an end
                   •   Develop                  GLE
                       compositions of one      23e: HM
                       or more paragraphs       14—23,
                       using writing            and WA
                       processes such as        18—23
                       conferencing with a
                       teacher or peers         GLE
                   •   Develop                  24b:
                       compositions of one      143—
                       or more paragraphs       159
                       using writing
                       processes such as        GLE
                       revising for clarity,    24c: WA
                       grammatical and          122
                       mechanical               Story
                       correctness, and/or to   Unit
                       include additional
                       information
                   •   Develop grade-
                       appropriate
                       compositions, for
                       example, poems
                   •   Develop grade-
                       appropriate
                       compositions, for
                       example, stories
                   •   Use literary devices,
                       including patterns of
                       rhythm and simile in
                       writing

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                                                 Reference/
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                                                 Resources

ELA7E1,EL    17c,   •   Demonstrate              GLE          Activity 5: Scavenger Hunt Through the Encyclopedia                  Set of
A2E4,        17d,       understanding of         24d: HM                                                                           encyclopedias
ELA5E2,E5    24d,       information in texts     249—
             50,        by making simple         258 and
             53         inferences about         WA 61
                        information in texts
                    •   Demonstrate              GLE 53:
                        understanding of         WA
                        information in texts     Writing
                        by self-monitoring       Reports
                        consistently for         114—
                        comprehension using      121
                        multiple strategies
                        and self-correcting as
                        appropriate
                    •   Develop grade-
                        appropriate
                        compositions, for
                        example,
                        informational
                        descriptions with
                        some detail
                    •   Locate information
                        about a topic from a
                        variety of sources,
                        including children’s
                        magazines, children’s
                        encyclopedias, and
                        electronic references
                    •   Tell and write about
                        the sources of
                        learned information
ELA7E1,      17c,   •   Demonstrate                           Activity 6: Newspapers                                               newspapers
ELA5E1, E2   17d,       understanding of
             49d,       information in texts
             50         by making simple
                        inferences about
                        information in texts
                    •   Demonstrate
                        understanding of
                        information in texts
                        by self-monitoring
                        consistently for
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                        comprehension using
                        multiple strategies
                        and self-correcting as
                        appropriate
                    •   Locate information
                        using the
                        organizational
                        features of texts,
                        including indices
                    •   Locate information
                        about a topic from a
                        variety of sources,
                        including children’s
                        magazines, children’s
                        encyclopedias, and
                        electronic references
ELA5E1, E4   49a,   •   Locate information       GLE          Activity 7: Computers as Tools                    computer
             49b,       using the                49a:
             49c,       organizational           WA 171
             49d,       features of texts,
             49e,       including URL            GLE
             49f,       addresses from the       49b: HM
             52         Web                      333
                    •   Locate information
                        using the                GLE
                        organizational           49c: WA
                        features of texts,       206—
                        including title pages    207
                    •   Locate information
                        using the                GLE
                        organizational           49e: HM
                        features of texts,       333
                        including glossaries
                    •   Locate information
                        using the
                        organizational
                        features of texts,
                        including indices
                    •   Locate information
                        using the
                        organizational
                        features of texts,
                        including tables of
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                         contents
                     •   Locate information
                         using the
                         organizational
                         features of texts,
                         including chapter
                         headings
                     •   Use technology to
                         publish a variety of
                         works, including
                         simple research
                         reports and book
                         summaries
ELA1E3,       07,    •   Determine               GLE 51:      Activity 8: How to Get to the Important Information                  Magazines,
ELA5E1, E2,   49f,       appropriate             WA 117                                                                            newspapers,
E3, E4        50,        circumstances to use                                                                                      encyclopedias,
              51,        skimming and                                                                                              electronic
              52         scanning to preview                                                                                       sources
                         text and to find
                         information
                     •   Locate information
                         using the
                         organizational
                         features of texts,
                         including chapter
                         headings
                     •   Locate information
                         about a topic from a
                         variety of sources,
                         including children’s
                         magazines, children’s
                         encyclopedias, and
                         electronic references
                     •   Gather and arrange
                         information in a
                         variety of
                         organizational forms,
                         including graphic
                         organizers, simple
                         outlines, notes, and
                         summaries
                     •   Use technology to
                         publish a variety of
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                         works, including
                         simple research
                         reports and book
                         summaries
ELA1E1,       04,    •   Use knowledge of         GLE 4:       Activity 9: How to Find Important Information                  Magazines,
ELA7E4,       05,        base words to            WA 180                                                                      newspapers,
              20a,       interpret meaning of                                                                                 encyclopedias,
              20b        unfamiliar words         GLE 5:                                                                      books, and
                         (e.g., heat/preheat)     HM                                                                          dictionaries
                     •   Determine word           327—
                         meaning and              332, and
                         appropriate word         WA
                         choices using            111—
                         reference aids,          113
                         including dictionaries
                         and thesauruses          GLE
                     •   Apply basic              20a: HM
                         reasoning skills,        340
                         including discussing
                         the relationship
                         between cause-effect
                     •   Apply basic
                         reasoning skills,
                         including asking
                         questions about texts
                         read independently
                         including why and
                         how
ELA5E2, E3,   50,    •   Locate information       GLE 51:      Activity 10: Focus Lessons
E5            51,        about a topic from a     WA 117
              53         variety of sources,
                         including children’s     GLE 53:
                         magazines, children’s    WA
                         encyclopedias, and       Writing
                         electronic references    Reports
                     •   Gather and arrange       114—
                         information in a         121
                         variety of
                         organizational forms,
                         including graphic
                         organizers, simple
                         outlines, notes, and
                         summaries
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                     •   Tell and write about
                         the sources of
                         learned information
ELA7E1,       17c,   •   Demonstrate              GLE          Activity 11: Self-Selected or Group Interest                  Encyclopedias,       The student will
ELA2E3        17d,       understanding of         23d: HM                                                                    magazines,           complete a research
              23d,       information in texts     14—23                                                                      books, and           project and present it
              23e        by making simple         and WA                                                                     electronic media     as an electronic
                         inferences about         18—23                                                                      (internet)           presentation using
                         information in texts                                                                                                     technology, such as
                     •   Demonstrate              GLE                                                                                             Kid Pix® or
                         understanding of         23e: HM                                                                                         PowerPoint®. The
                         information in texts     14—23                                                                                           project and the
                         by self-monitoring       and WA                                                                                          presentation will be
                         consistently for         18—23                                                                                           assessed with an
                         comprehension using                                                                                                      appropriate checklist.
                         multiple strategies
                         and self-correcting as
                         appropriate
                     •   Develop
                         compositions of one
                         or more paragraphs
                         using writing
                         processes such as
                         conferencing with a
                         teacher or peers
                     •   Develop
                         compositions of one
                         or more paragraphs
                         using writing
                         processes such as
                         revising for clarity,
                         grammatical and
                         mechanical
                         correctness, and/or to
                         include additional
                         information
ELA2E3, E4,   23c,   •   Develop                  GLE          Activity 12: Drafting and Presenting                          Technology (
E6            24a,       compositions of one      23c: HM                                                                    Kidspiration,
              24d,       or more paragraphs       14—23                                                                      Appleworks, and
              26a        using writing            and WA                                                                     Kidpix
                         processes such as        18—23
                         writing a first draft
                         with a developed         GLE
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                        beginning, a middle,       24a:
                        and an end                 WA 72—
                    •   Develop grade-             75
                        appropriate
                        compositions, for          GLE
                        example, friendly          24d: HM
                        letters                    249—
                    •   Develop grade-             258
                        appropriate                And WA
                        compositions, for          61
                        example,
                        informational              GLE
                        descriptions with          26a: HM
                        some detail                305—
                    •   Write for various          306
                        purposes, including
                        letters or invitations
                        that include relevant
                        information and
                        follow a
                        letter/envelope format
   •
                                                                              •   Unit 5: Poetry is Art in Words
                                                                               • Approximately three weeks
ELA1E1,      01,    •   Identify unique letter-    GLE 2c:      Activity 1: Poetry Introduced with Mother Goose                   Mother Goose        The students will
ELA4E1, E4   02a,       sound patterns,            WA 199                                                                         poems               identify and locate
             02b,       including long and                                                                                                            rhyming words. The
             02c,       short vowels (e.g., ea                                                                                                        students will be given
             02d,       for short e, as in                                                                                                            a poem and will
             38,        bread, and ough for                                                                                                           circle or underline
             41,        long o, as in though)                                                                                                         the rhyming words.
             43         and consonants (tch                                                                                                           The students will
                        for /ch/, as in watch,                                                                                                        write pairs of words
                        and gh for /f/, as in                                                                                                         that rhyme.
                        cough)
                    •   Demonstrate
                        understanding of
                        phonics by isolating
                        difficult parts of words
                        in order to correct a
                        mispronunciation or
                        decode an unfamiliar
                        printed word
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                   •   Demonstrate
                       understanding of
                       phonics by fluently
                       manipulating targeted
                       sounds by adding,
                       deleting, or
                       substituting the
                       sounds to create new
                       words
                   •   Demonstrate
                       understanding of
                       phonics by
                       differentiating short
                       and long vowel
                       sounds in printed
                       words when those
                       sounds are made
                       with a broad variety
                       of letter combinations
                       and a variety of word
                       families (e.g., ou, ow,
                       ough, igh)
                   •   Demonstrate
                       understanding of
                       phonics by reading
                       regularly spelled
                       words with as many
                       as four syllables
                   •   Adjust speaking tone
                       and volume to suit
                       purpose, audience,
                       and setting
                   •   Adjust language
                       during a presentation
                       in order to inform or
                       explain to a specific
                       audience
                   •   Give rehearsed oral
                       presentations about
                       general topics, using
                       eye contact,
                       appropriate volume,
                       clear pronunciation,

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                        and appropriate
                        visual aids

ELA1E1, E4   01,    •   Identify unique letter-   GLE 2c:      Activity 2: Other Types of Poetry Introduced                  Poems from
             02a,       sound patterns,           WA 199                                                                     various cultures
             02b,       including long and
             02c,       short vowels (e.g., ea
             02d,       for short e, as in
             09         bread, and ough for
                        long o, as in though)
                        and consonants (tch
                        for /ch/, as in watch,
                        and gh for /f/, as in
                        cough)
                    •   Identify unique letter-
                        sound patterns,
                        including long and
                        short vowels (e.g., ea
                        for short e, as in
                        bread, and ough for
                        long o, as in though)
                        and consonants (tch
                        for /ch/, as in watch,
                        and gh for /f/, as in
                        cough)
                    •   Demonstrate
                        understanding of
                        phonics by fluently
                        manipulating targeted
                        sounds by adding,
                        deleting, or
                        substituting the
                        sounds to create new
                        words
                    •   Demonstrate
                        understanding of
                        phonics by
                        differentiating short
                        and long vowel
                        sounds in printed
                        words when those
                        sounds are made
                        with a broad variety

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                        of letter combinations
                        and a variety of word
                        families (e.g., ou, ow,
                        ough, igh)
                    •   Demonstrate
                        understanding of
                        phonics by reading
                        regularly spelled
                        words with as many
                        as four syllables
                    •   Identify literary and
                        sound devices,
                        including similes and
                        rhythm in texts

ELA1E4,      09,    •   Identify literary and                  Activity 3: Class Inquiry into What the Poem Is About
ELA7E3, E4   19,        sound devices,
             20b        including similes and
                        rhythm in texts
                    •   Identify the author’s
                        viewpoint (i.e.,
                        perspective) in a text
                    •   Identify the author’s
                        viewpoint (i.e.,
                        perspective) in a text
ELA1E4,      09,    •   Identify literary and                  Activity 4: You Tell, Literal or Figurative                            Amelia Bedelia
ELA7E4       20b        sound devices,                                                                                                books
                        including similes and
                        rhythm in texts
                    •   Apply basic
                        reasoning skills,
                        including asking
                        questions about texts
                        read independently,
                        including why and
                        how




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ELA1E1, E4,    01,   •   Identify unique letter-   GLE 2c:      Activity 5: Poetry Is Like Music                    Different types of
ELA7E3, E4    02a,       sound patterns,           WA 199                                                           music
              02b,       including long and
              02c,       short vowels (e.g., ea
              02d,       for short e, as in
              03,        bread, and ough for
              09,        long o, as in though)
              19,        and consonants (tch
              20b        for /ch/, as in watch,
                         and gh for /f/, as in
                         cough)
                     •   Identify unique letter-
                         sound patterns,
                         including long and
                         short vowels (e.g., ea
                         for short e, as in
                         bread, and ough for
                         long o, as in though)
                         and consonants (tch
                         for /ch/, as in watch,
                         and gh for /f/, as in
                         cough)
                     •   Demonstrate
                         understanding of
                         phonics by fluently
                         manipulating targeted
                         sounds by adding,
                         deleting, or
                         substituting the
                         sounds to create new
                         words
                     •   Demonstrate
                         understanding of
                         phonics by
                         differentiating short
                         and long vowel
                         sounds in printed
                         words when those
                         sounds are made
                         with a broad variety
                         of letter combinations
                         and a variety of word
                         families (e.g., ou, ow,

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                        ough, igh)
                    •   Demonstrate
                        understanding of
                        phonics by reading
                        regularly spelled
                        words with as many
                        as four syllables
                    •   Identify and explain
                        common synonyms,
                        antonyms, and
                        homonyms
                    •   Identify literary and
                        sound devices,
                        including similes and
                        rhythm in texts
                    •   Identify the author’s
                        viewpoint (i.e.,
                        perspective) in a te
                        Apply basic
                        reasoning skills,
                        including asking
                        questions about texts
                        read independently,
                        including why and
                        how text

ELA1E1, E4   01,    •   Identify unique letter-    GLE 2c:      Activity 6: Poetry Warm Ups                                        The students will
             02a,       sound patterns,            WA 199                                                                          generate a list of
             02b,       including long and                                                                                         words and phrases
             02c,       short vowels (e.g., ea     GLE 4:                                                                          to use in writing. The
             02d,       for short e, as in         WA 180                                                                          lists should result
             03,        bread, and ough for                                                                                        from directives in
             04,        long o, as in though)                                                                                      Activity 6. The
             05,        and consonants (tch                                                                                        teacher will assess
             09         for /ch/, as in watch,                                                                                     each product, using
                        and gh for /f/, as in                                                                                      a checklist with focus
                        cough)                                                                                                     on GLEs for this
                    •   Demonstrate                                                                                                activity.
                        understanding of
                        phonics by isolating
                        difficult parts of words
                        in order to correct a
                        mispronunciation or
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                       decode an unfamiliar
                       printed word
                   •   Demonstrate
                       understanding of
                       phonics by fluently
                       manipulating targeted
                       sounds by adding,
                       deleting, or
                       substituting the
                       sounds to create new
                       words
                   •   Demonstrate
                       understanding of
                       phonics by
                       differentiating short
                       and long vowel
                       sounds in printed
                       words when those
                       sounds are made
                       with a broad variety
                       of letter combinations
                       and a variety of word
                       families (e.g., ou, ow,
                       ough, igh)
                   •   Demonstrate
                       understanding of
                       phonics by reading
                       regularly spelled
                       words with as many
                       as four syllables
                   •   Identify and explain
                       common synonyms,
                       antonyms, and
                       homonyms
                   •   Use knowledge of
                       base words to
                       interpret meaning of
                       unfamiliar words (e.g.
                       heat/preheat)
                   •   Determine word
                       meaning and
                       appropriate word
                       choices using

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                        reference aids
                        including dictionaries
                        and thesauruses
                    •   Identify literary and
                        sound devices,
                        including similes and
                        rhythm in texts
ELA4E1, E4   38,    •   Adjust speaking tone                  Activity 7: Read with Rhythm                       Audio tapes of
             41,        and volume to suit                                                                       exemplary
             42,        purpose, audience,                                                                       models of poems
             43         and setting                                                                              with varying
                    •   Adjust language                                                                          rhythm of poems
                        during a presentation
                        in order to inform or
                        explain to a specific
                        audience
                    •   Deliver informal
                        presentations that
                        demonstrate an
                        understanding of a
                        topic
                    •   Give rehearsed oral
                        presentations about
                        general topics, using
                        eye contact,
                        appropriate volume,
                        clear pronunciation,
                        and appropriate
                        visual aids


ELA2E3, E6   23f,   •   Develop                  GLE 23f:     Activity 8: Publish and Present                                        The students will
             24d,       compositions of one      HM 23                                                                               choose one type of
             26b        or more paragraphs       and WA                                                                              poetry from a list
                        using writing            44—49                                                                               generated by the
                        processes such as                                                                                            teacher. This list
                        creating a final draft   GLE                                                                                 should include types
                        for possible             24d: HM                                                                             of poetry studied so
                        publication              249—                                                                                far (haiku, cinquain,
                    •   Develop grade-           258 &                                                                               diamante′, limerick,
                        appropriate              WA 61                                                                               concrete poems and
                        compositions                                                                                                 free verse). The
                        including                GLE                                                                                 students will
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                         informational           26b:                                                                                                    compose, revise, and
                         descriptions with       WA 65—                                                                                                  edit a poem using
                         some detail             71,                                                                                                     correct structure and
                     •   Write for various       143—                                                                                                    rhythm.
                         purposes, including     149
                         informal writing,
                         including messages,
                         journals, notes, and
                         poems
ELA7E3, E4,   19,    •   Write for various                    Activity 9: Poetry Parties                                            Poetry books
ELA4E1, E4    20b,       purposes, including
              38,        informal writing,
              41,        including messages,
              43         journals, notes, and
                         poems
                     •   Apply basic
                         reasoning skills,
                         including asking
                         questions about texts
                         read independently,
                         including why and
                         how
                     •   Adjust speaking tone
                         and volume to suit
                         purpose, audience,
                         and setting
                     •   Adjust language
                         during a presentation
                         in order to inform or
                         explain to a specific
                         audience
                     •   Give rehearsed oral
                         presentations about
                         general topics, using
                         eye contact,
                         appropriate volume,
                         clear pronunciation,
                         and appropriate
                         visual aids
                                                                       •   Unit 6: Reading and Writing Non-Fiction
                                                                             • Approximately Four Weeks
ELA1E6,       11,    •   Make statements                      Activity 1: What Is Nonfiction?                                       Read aloud Non-      The students will be
ELA6E2        15         about how previous                                                                                         Fiction              given a group of
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                         reading and life                                                                                                            books (6-8) mixed
                         experiences relate to                                                                                                       fiction and nonfiction.
                         information read in                                                                                                         The student will
                         texts                                                                                                                       preview the books
                     •   Make statements                                                                                                             and using the traits
                         about how previous                                                                                                          of nonfiction to sort
                         reading and life                                                                                                            fiction from nonfiction
                         experiences relate to                                                                                                       and record titles on a
                         information read in                                                                                                         chart or diagram.
                         texts
ELA7E1, E4.   17c,   •   Demonstrate             GLE          Activity 2: How Is Nonfiction Text Structured?                  Non-Fiction Texts
ELA7E4        20a,       understanding of        20a: HM
              20b        information in texts    340
                         by making simple
                         inferences about
                         information in texts
                     •   Apply basic
                         reasoning skills,
                         including discussing
                         the relationship
                         between cause-effect
                     •   Apply basic
                         reasoning skills,
                         including asking
                         questions about texts
                         read independently
                         including why and
                         how
ELA1E2, E7,   06,    •   Identify the glossary   GLE 6:       Activity 3: Reviewing Text Features                             Examples of            The students will use
ELA7E4        13,        and index in a book     WA 19                                                                        Table of               a nonfiction book to
              20b    •   Read texts and                                                                                       Contents,              locate information
                         simple chapter books                                                                                 Glossary, Index,       using the table of
                         silently at                                                                                          illustrations, print   contents, the index
                         independent reading                                                                                  features of non-       and the glossary.
                         level                                                                                                fiction, graphs,       The students will be
                     •   Apply basic                                                                                          tables, and maps       given a task sheet
                         reasoning skills,                                                                                                           listing specific tasks
                         including asking                                                                                                            such as:
                         questions about texts                                                                                                       Use the table of
                         read independently                                                                                                          contents and find the
                         including why and                                                                                                           following information:
                         how                                                                                                                         On what page would

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                                                                                                                                                          you find
                                                                                                                                                          _________________
                                                                                                                                                          _____, How many
                                                                                                                                                          pages does
                                                                                                                                                          chapter___ have?
                                                                                                                                                          etc.
                                                                                                                                                          Use the index to
                                                                                                                                                          locate ___________
                                                                                                                                                          and record the page
                                                                                                                                                          number.
                                                                                                                                                          Use the glossary to
                                                                                                                                                          define
                                                                                                                                                          ________,________
                                                                                                                                                          ___, and
                                                                                                                                                          __________.



ELA7E1, E2,   17c,   •   Demonstrate                           Activity 4: Reading to Learn                                          Non-Fiction Texts
E3            17d,       understanding of
              18,        information in texts
              19         by making simple
                         inferences about
                         information in texts
                     •   Demonstrate
                         understanding of
                         information in texts
                         by self-monitoring
                         consistently for
                         comprehension using
                         multiple strategies
                         and self-correcting as
                         appropriate
                     •   Discuss and choose
                         the most appropriate
                         solution to a problem
                         in texts
                     •   Identify the author’s
                         viewpoint (i.e.,
                         perspective) in a text
ELA2E1, E2,   21,    •   Write compositions of    GLE 22:      Activity 5: Organizing Notes for Drafting Nonfiction
E3            22,        one or more              HM Unit
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                                                 Resources

              23a        paragraphs,             8
                         organized with a        Adjective
                         central idea and a      s and
                         coherent beginning,     Unit 6
                         middle, and end         Verbs
                     •   Write compositions of   and WA
                         one or more             281—
                         paragraphs,             284
                         organized with a
                         central idea and a      GLE
                         coherent beginning,     23a: HM
                         middle, and end         14—23,
                     •   Develop                 137 and
                         compositions of one     WA 18—
                         or more paragraphs      23
                         using writing
                         processes such as
                         independently
                         generating ideas for
                         writing by using
                         various strategies
                         (e.g., listing,
                         brainstorming,
                         drawing)
ELA2E2, E3,   22,    •   Use a greater variety   GLE 22:      Activity 6: Write On                              Computer            The student will
E4            23d,       of action and           HM Unit                                                                            complete a written
              23e,       descriptive words       8                                                                                  product resulting
              24d        when writing for a      Adjective                                                                          from the required
                         specific purpose        s , Unit 6                                                                         activities in Activity 6
                         and/or audience.        Verbs                                                                              and Activity 7. The
                     •   Develop                 and WA                                                                             teacher will design or
                         compositions of one     281—                                                                               select a rubric to
                         or more paragraphs      284                                                                                assess the
                         using writing                                                                                              composition and
                         processes such as       GLE                                                                                provide meaningful
                         conferencing with a     23d: HM                                                                            feedback to the
                         teacher or peers.       14—23                                                                              student.
                     •   Develop                 and WA
                         compositions of one     18—23
                         or more paragraphs
                         using writing           GLE
                         processes such as       23e: HM
                         revising for clarity,   14—23

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                                                                                         Activity                        Activity
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                         grammatical and          and WA
                         mechanical               18—23
                         correctness, and/or to
                         include additional       GLE
                         information              24d: HM
                     •   Develop grade-           249—
                         appropriate              258 and
                         compositions             WA 61
                         including
                         informational
                         descriptions with
                         some detail

ELA1E1, E2    05,    •   Determine word           GLE 5        Activity 7: Features of Nonfiction                                     Books with good      The student will
              06         meaning and              and 6:                                                                              organizational       complete a written
                         appropriate word         WA 19                                                                               layout               product resulting
                         choices using                                                                                                                     from the required
                         reference aids,                                                                                                                   activities in Activity 6
                         including dictionaries                                                                                                            and Activity 7. The
                         and thesauruses                                                                                                                   teacher will design or
                     •   Identify the glossary                                                                                                             select a rubric to
                         and index in a book                                                                                                               assess the
                                                                                                                                                           composition and
                                                                                                                                                           provide meaningful
                                                                                                                                                           feedback to the
                                                                                                                                                           student.
ELA4E1, E4    38,    •   Adjust speaking tone                  Activity 8: Author Signing
              42         and volume to suit
                         purpose, audience,
                         and setting
                     •   Deliver informal
                         presentations that
                         demonstrate an
                         understanding of a
                         topic
                                                                     •    Unit 7: People-Autobiographies/Biographies
                                                                               • Approximately Three Weeks
ELA6E2, E3,   15,    •   Identify a variety of    GLE 16:      Activity 1: All About Me                                               Timeliner            The students will
ELA2E3,       16,        types of literature,     HM 32—                                                                                                   create a timeline,
ELA3E1, E3,   23a,       including biography,     35                                                                                                       including seven
ELA5E3, E6    23b,       autobiography, and                                                                                                                important events in
              27,        the folktale, in oral    GLE                                                                                                      their life. The events
              30e,       and written              23a: HM                                                                                                  should be dated and
                                                                                                                                          State Model Curriculum Mapping ** Spring/Summer 2005
Benchmark   GLES       Objective(s)             Text Book    Mandatory   Supplemental   Materials              Evaluation
                                                Reference/
                                                              Activity     Activity
                                                Resources

            30f,       responses                14—23,                                                   in order. The timeline
            30g,   •   Distinguish between      137 and                                                  should be neat and
            51,        a variety of types of    WA 18—                                                   creative. The
            54         literature, including    23                                                       students will
            Also       biography,                                                                        compose an
            S.S.       autobiography, and       GLE                                                      autobiography using
            45         plays                    23b: HM                                                  the time line as a
                   •   Develop                  14—23                                                    reference.
                       compositions of one      and WA
                       or more paragraphs       18—23
                       using writing
                       processes by             GLE
                       independently            30e:
                       generating ideas for     WA 285
                       writing by using
                       various strategies       GLE 30f:
                       (e.g., listing,          WA 254
                       brainstorming,
                       drawing)                 GLE
                   •   Develop                  30g: WA
                       compositions of one      285
                       or more paragraphs
                       using writing            GLE 51:
                       processes by             WA 117
                       creating a plan (e.g.,
                       graphic organizer,       GLE 54:
                       web) appropriate to      WA
                       the purpose of writing   314—
                   •   Write legible short      319,
                       paragraphs using         322—
                       proper indentation       340
                   •   Write using standard
                       English structure and
                       usage, including
                       prepositions and
                       prepositional phrases
                   •   Write using standard
                       English structure and
                       usage, including
                       possessive nouns
                   •   Write using standard
                       English structure and
                       usage, including
                                                                                        State Model Curriculum Mapping ** Spring/Summer 2005
Benchmark     GLES       Objective(s)             Text Book                            Mandatory               Supplemental       Materials              Evaluation
                                                  Reference/
                                                                                        Activity                 Activity
                                                  Resources

                         adverbs, especially
                         those related to time
                     •   Gather and arrange
                         information in a
                         variety of
                         organizational forms,
                         including graphic
                         organizers, simple
                         outlines, notes, and
                         summaries
                     •   Locate and read
                         information on a
                         chart, graph,
                         diagram, map, and
                         simple timeline
ELA6E2, E3,   15,    •   Identify a variety of    GLE 16:      Activity 2: Getting to Know Others                             Biographies/Auto
ELA7E3        16,        types of literature,     HM 32—                                                                      biographies in the
              19         including biography,     35                                                                          Library
                         autobiography, and                                                                                   Examples from
                         the folktale, in oral                                                                                the media
                         and written                                                                                          (Television
                         responses                                                                                            network
                     •   Distinguish between                                                                                  biography and
                         a variety of types of                                                                                popular
                         literature, including                                                                                magazines
                         biography,
                         autobiography, and
                         plays
                     •   Identify the author’s
                         viewpoint (i.e.,
                         perspective) in a text
ELA1E1,       02f,   •   Demonstrate              GLE 54:      Activity 3: Compare Viewpoints About a Person                  Autobiographies/
ELA7E3,       19,        understanding of         WA                                                                          Biographies
ELA5E6        54         phonics by using         314—
                         common affixes to        319,
                         understand word          332—
                         meanings                 340
                     •   Identify the author’s
                         viewpoint (i.e.,
                         perspective) in a text
                     •   Locate and read
                         information on a
                         chart, graph,
                                                                                                                                  State Model Curriculum Mapping ** Spring/Summer 2005
Benchmark     GLES       Objective(s)             Text Book                           Mandatory               Supplemental      Materials               Evaluation
                                                  Reference/
                                                                                       Activity                 Activity
                                                  Resources

                         diagram, map, and
                         simple timeline
ELA7E3, E4    19,    •   Identify the author’s                 Activity 4: Focus Lessons on Content                          Autobiographies/
              20b        viewpoint (i.e.,                                                                                    Biographies and
                         perspective) in a text                                                                              Timeliner
                     •   Apply basic
                         reasoning skills,
                         including asking
                         questions about texts
                         read independently
                         including why and
                         how
ELA2E3,       23b,   •   Develop                  GLE
ELA5/E1, E3   23c,       compositions of one      23b: HM      Activity 5: Choose and Research Your Subject
              49e,       or more paragraphs       14—23
              51         using writing            and WA
                         processes by             18—23
                         creating a plan (e.g.,
                         graphic organizer,       GLE
                         web) appropriate to      23c: HM
                         the purpose of writing   14—23
                     •   Develop                  and WA
                         compositions of one      18—23
                         or more paragraphs
                         using writing            GLE
                         processes by writing     49e: HM
                         a first draft with a     333
                         developed beginning,     GLE 51:
                         a middle, and an end     WA
                     •   Locate information       314—
                         using the                319,
                         organizational           322—
                         features of texts,       340
                         including tables of
                         contents
                     •   Gather and arrange
                         information in a
                         variety of
                         organizational forms,
                         including graphic
                         organizers, simple
                         outlines, notes, and
                         summaries
                                                                                                                                 State Model Curriculum Mapping ** Spring/Summer 2005
Benchmark     GLES       Objective(s)              Text Book                             Mandatory         Supplemental   Materials              Evaluation
                                                   Reference/
                                                                                          Activity           Activity
                                                   Resources

ELA2E3,       23a,   •   Develop                   GLE          Activity 6: Focus Lessons on Conventions
ELA3E1, E3,   27,        compositions of one       23a: HM
E5            30e,       or more paragraphs        14—23,
              30g,       using writing             137 and
              34,        processes by              WA 18—
              35         independently             23
                         generating ideas for
                         writing by using
                         various strategies        GLE
                         (e.g., listing,           30e:
                         brainstorming,            WA 285
                         drawing)
                     •   Write legible short       GLE
                         paragraphs using          30g: WA
                         proper indentation        285
                     •   Write using standard
                         English structure and
                         usage, including
                         prepositions and
                         prepositional phrases
                     •   Write using standard
                         English structure and
                         usage, including
                         adverbs, especially
                         those related to time
                     •   Use spelling patterns
                         and rules correctly
                     •   Use multiple spelling
                         strategies (e.g. word
                         wall, word lists, think
                         about the base word,
                         affixes)
ELA3E1, E3,   27,    •   Write legible short       GLE          Activity 7: Improve the Draft                                              The students will
ELA5E4        30g,       paragraphs using          30g: WA                                                                                 write a biography
              52         proper indentation        285                                                                                     after gathering
                     •   Write using standard                                                                                              information through
                         English structure and                                                                                             an interview or other
                         usage, including                                                                                                  available sources.
                         adverbs, especially                                                                                               The biography will be
                         those related to time                                                                                             written using proper
                     •   Use technology to                                                                                                 English structure and
                         publish a variety of                                                                                              usage. The student
                         works, including                                                                                                  will compose a draft
                                                                                                                          State Model Curriculum Mapping ** Spring/Summer 2005
Benchmark     GLES       Objective(s)               Text Book                             Mandatory          Supplemental      Materials               Evaluation
                                                    Reference/
                                                                                           Activity            Activity
                                                    Resources

                         simple research                                                                                                         and then edit and
                         reports and book                                                                                                        publish the
                         summaries                                                                                                               biography.



ELA4E1, E4,   38,    •   Adjust speaking tone                    Activity 8: Present to Others                                                   The students will
E5, E7        41,        and volume to suit                                                                                                      give a presentation
              43,        purpose, audience,                                                                                                      of their biography.
              44,        and setting                                                                                                             The student will
              48     •   Adjust language                                                                                                         practice speaking
                         during a presentation                                                                                                   tone and volume and
                         in order to inform or                                                                                                   adjust during
                         explain to a specific                                                                                                   presentation, if
                         audience.                                                                                                               necessary. The
                     •   Give rehearsed oral                                                                                                     students will use
                         presentations about                                                                                                     appropriate visual
                         general topic using                                                                                                     aids. For example, if
                         eye contact,                                                                                                            the biography were
                         appropriate volume,                                                                                                     on a policeman, a
                         clear pronunciation                                                                                                     badge would be an
                         and appropriate                                                                                                         appropriate visual
                         visual aids                                                                                                             aid. If the biography
                     •   Use active listening                                                                                                    were about a nurse,
                         strategies, including                                                                                                   a stethoscope would
                         asking for clarification                                                                                                be appropriate. A
                         and explanations                                                                                                        rubric may be used
                     •   Identify the role of                                                                                                    by the teacher to
                         discussion leader,                                                                                                      evaluate the
                         contributor, and                                                                                                        student’s
                         active listener                                                                                                         performance.


                                                                                     • Unit 8: Talk to Me
                                                                                • Approximately-Five Weeks
ELA7E1,       17d,   •   Demonstrate                             Activity 1: Choral Reading                                 Play, story,
ELA4E1, E5    38,        understanding of                                                                                   poem, or chant
              45a        information in texts
                         by self-monitoring
                         consistently for
                         comprehension using
                         multiple strategies
                         and self-correcting as
                         appropriate
                                                                                                                                State Model Curriculum Mapping ** Spring/Summer 2005
Benchmark     GLES       Objective(s)             Text Book                             Mandatory   Supplemental       Materials              Evaluation
                                                  Reference/
                                                                                         Activity     Activity
                                                  Resources

                     •   Adjust speaking tone
                         and volume to suit
                         purpose, audience,
                         and setting
                     •   Give oral responses,
                         including telling
                         stories and personal
                         experiences

ELA1E5,       10,    •   Retell a story in        GLE 10:      Activity 2: Book Clubs                              Students need        The student book
ELA7E1, E4,   17d,       sequence including       HM 65—                                                           fiction or           clubs will complete a
ELA4E1, E4,   20b,       main idea and            70                                                               nonfiction book to   project to advertise a
E6, ELA5E4    38,        important supporting                                                                      prepare              favorite author or
              42,        details                                                                                   discussion using     book. The projects
              46,    •   Demonstrate                                                                               Power Point, Kid     may include:
              52         understanding of                                                                          Pix, Kidspiration,
                                                                                                                                        PowerPoint®
                         information in texts                                                                      video, poster, or
                                                                                                                                        presentation
                         by self-monitoring                                                                        diorama
                         consistently for                                                                                               Kid Pix® slide show
                         comprehension using
                                                                                                                                        Kidspiration®
                         multiple strategies
                                                                                                                                        A video
                         and self-correcting as
                         appropriate
                     •   Apply basic
                         reasoning skills
                         including, asking
                         questions about texts
                         read independently
                         including why and
                         how
                     •   Adjust speaking tone
                         and volume to suit
                         purpose, audience,
                         and setting
                     •   Deliver informal
                         presentations that
                         demonstrate an
                         understanding of a
                         topic
                     •   Compare ideas from
                         a wide variety of
                         media
                     •   Use technology to
                                                                                                                       State Model Curriculum Mapping ** Spring/Summer 2005
Benchmark     GLES       Objective(s)               Text Book                            Mandatory   Supplemental      Materials               Evaluation
                                                    Reference/
                                                                                          Activity     Activity
                                                    Resources

                         publish a variety of
                         works, including
                         simple research
                         reports and book
                         summaries

ELA1E6,       11,    •   Make statements                         Activity 3: Poetry Readings                        Student selected
ELA7E1, E4,   17c,       about how previous                                                                         poetry
ELA4E5, E6    20b,       reading and life
              44,        experiences relate to
              45a,       information read in
              46         texts
                     •   Demonstrate
                         understanding of
                         information in texts
                         by making simple
                         inferences about
                         information in texts
                     •   Apply basic
                         reasoning skills
                         including, asking
                         questions about texts
                         read independently
                         including why and
                         how
                     •   Use active listening
                         strategies, including
                         asking for clarification
                         and explanations
                         Give oral responses,
                         including telling
                         stories and personal
                         experiences
                     •   Compare ideas from
                         a wide variety of
                         media

ELA4E5, E7,   44,    •   Compare ideas from                      Activity 4: Depth of Reading                       Class read aloud
              47,        a wide variety of
              48         media
                     •   Discuss classroom
                         procedures and rules
                         and generate ideas
                                                                                                                        State Model Curriculum Mapping ** Spring/Summer 2005
Benchmark     GLES       Objective(s)             Text Book                              Mandatory   Supplemental   Materials              Evaluation
                                                  Reference/
                                                                                          Activity     Activity
                                                  Resources

                         for new procedures
                         and rules
                     •   Identify the role of
                         discussion leader,
                         contributor, and
                         active listener

ELA7E1, E2,   17b,   •   Demonstrate                           Activity 5: Let’s Talk About It
ELA4E5, E7    17c,       understanding of
              17d,       information in texts
              18,        by predicting what
              45b,       will happen next in a
              48         story or a text
                     •   Demonstrate
                         understanding of
                         information in texts
                         by making simple
                         inferences about
                         information in texts
                     •   Demonstrate
                         understanding of
                         information in texts
                         by self-monitoring
                         consistently for
                         comprehension using
                         multiple strategies
                         and self-correcting as
                         appropriate Discuss
                         and choose the most
                         appropriate solution
                         to a problem in texts
                     •   Give oral responses,
                         including giving
                         explanations and
                         reports
                     •   Identify the role of
                         discussion leader,
                         contributor, and
                         active listener



ELA4E5, E6,   45b,   •   Give oral responses,                  Activity 6: Presenting                                                The student will give
                                                                                                                    State Model Curriculum Mapping ** Spring/Summer 2005
Benchmark     GLES       Objective(s)            Text Book                         Mandatory   Supplemental   Materials              Evaluation
                                                 Reference/
                                                                                    Activity     Activity
                                                 Resources

E7            46,        including giving                                                                                      an oral report using
              47,        explanations and                                                                                      visual aids. A rubric
              48         reports                                                                                               or checklist will be
                     •   Compare ideas from                                                                                    used to assess the
                         a wide variety of                                                                                     report. The
                         media                                                                                                 information as well
                     •   Discuss classroom                                                                                     as the presentation
                         procedures and rules                                                                                  will be evaluated for
                         and generate ideas                                                                                    content and overall
                         for new procedures                                                                                    presentation.
                         and rules
                     •   Identify the role of
                         discussion leader,
                         contributor, and
                         active listener
ELA1E5, E6,   10,    •   Retell a story in       GLE 10:      Activity 7: Debate                                               A rubric or checklist
ELA7E1, E2,   11,        sequence including      HM 65—                                                                        will be used to
E4, ELA4E1,   17b,       main idea and           70                                                                            assess the debate.
E5            17c,       important supporting                                                                                  The assessment will
              18,        details                                                                                               include the following:
              20b,   •   Make statements                                                                                       The students will
              38,        about how previous                                                                                    communicate their
              44,        reading and life                                                                                      ideas clearly and
              45a        experiences relate to                                                                                 effectively.
                         information read in                                                                                   The students will be
                         texts.                                                                                                well-prepared for
                     •   Demonstrate                                                                                           their part of the
                         understanding of                                                                                      debate.
                         information in texts                                                                                  The students will use
                         by predicting what                                                                                    a variety of sources
                         will happen next in a                                                                                 of information.
                         story or a text                                                                                       The students will
                     •   Demonstrate                                                                                           create an outline or
                         understanding of                                                                                      take notes to support
                         information in texts                                                                                  them during the
                         by making simple                                                                                      debate
                         inferences about
                         information in texts
                     •   Discuss and choose
                         the most appropriate
                         solution to a problem
                         in texts
                     •   Apply basic
                                                                                                              State Model Curriculum Mapping ** Spring/Summer 2005
Benchmark    GLES       Objective(s)                Text Book                             Mandatory   Supplemental       Materials              Evaluation
                                                    Reference/
                                                                                           Activity     Activity
                                                    Resources

                        reasoning skills
                        including, asking
                        questions about texts
                        read independently
                        including why and
                        how.
                    •   Adjust speaking tone
                        and volume to suit
                        purpose, audience,
                        and setting.
                    •   Use active listening
                        strategies, including
                        asking for clarification
                        and explanations
                    •   Give oral responses,
                        including telling
                        stories and personal
                        experiences

ELA4E1, E6   38,    •   Adjust speaking tone                     Activity 8: How Entertaining                        Variety of
             46         and volume to suit                                                                           classroom
                        purpose, audience,                                                                           stories, poems,
                        and setting                                                                                  plays, and writing
                    •   Compare ideas from                                                                           projects
                        a wide variety of
                        media

ELA4E5, E7   44,    •   Use active listening                     Activity 9: I Am Listening                          Student self-
             45a,       strategies, including                                                                        evaluation
             47,        asking for clarification
             48         and explanations
                    •   Give oral responses,
                        including telling stories
                        and personal
                        experiences
                    •   Discuss classroom
                        procedures and rules
                        and generate ideas for
                        new procedures and
                        rules
                    •   Identify the role of
                        discussion leader,
                        contributor, and active
                        listener

                                                                                                                         State Model Curriculum Mapping ** Spring/Summer 2005

								
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