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					_Second Grade Language Arts_____Pacing Guide                                                                           Most Recent Revision Date:_June 2010_____
        Standards of Learning and       Essential Knowledge, Skills and




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        Essential Knowledge and Skills Processes




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        2.1 The student will demonstrate      2.1a1. use the story structure of beginning, middle, and end     ongoing            http://www.teachingheart.
                                              to tell a story of an Experience
        an understanding of oral language     2.1b1. maintain and manipulate voice, such as pausing,                              net/readerstheater.htm
  1st   structure.                            tempo, and pitch, to convey mood
                                              2.1b2 add appropriate elaboration and detail while
            a) Create oral stories to share   recounting or describing an Event
  N     with others.                          2.1b3 dramatize familiar stories
                                              2.1c1 use present, past, and future tenses appropriately
  i         b) Create and participate in      2.1d1 use more complex sentence structure with
  n     oral dramatic activities.             conjunctions, such as while,when, if, because, so, and but,
                                              when describing events and giving explanations
  e         c) Use correct verb tenses in
        oral communication.
  W         d) Use increasingly complex
  e     sentence structures in oral
  e     communication.
  k
  s
        2.2 The student will continue to      2.2al listen to and discuss fiction and nonfiction trade books   ongoing            http://languagearts.pppst.com/
                                              and other print materials that reflect the Virginia Standards
        expand listening and speaking         of Learning for English, history and social science, science,                       vocabulary.html
        vocabularies.                         and mathematics
                                              2.2a2 use specific vocabulary from content study to express
            a) Use words that reflect a       interests and knowledge
        growing range of interest and         2.2 a3use appropriate descriptive language to express ideas,
                                              opinions, and feelings
  1st   knowledge.                            2.2a4 use language to categorize objects, people, places, or
            b) Clarify and explain words      events
                                              2.2b1 explain the meanings of words within the context of
  N     and ideas orally.                     how they are used
  i         c) Follow oral directions with    2.2b2 ask questions to clarify or gain further information
                                              2.2b3 recognize when two or more different words are
  n     three or four steps.                  being used orally to mean contrasting or opposite things
  e         d) Give three-step and four-      2.2b4 recognize when different words are being used orally
                                              to mean the same or
        step directions.                      similar things
  W         e) Identify and use synonyms      2.2e1 use synonyms and antonyms in oral communication
                                              2.2c1 follow three-step and four-step directions
  e     and antonyms in oral                  2.2d1 give three-step and four-step directions
  e     communication.                        2.2b5 sequence three or four steps chronologically in oral
                                              directions.
  k
_Second Grade Language Arts_____Pacing Guide                                                                 Most Recent Revision Date:_June 2010_____
   s
        2.3 The student will use oral       2.3a1 use proper pitch and volume                            ongoing
        communication skills.               2.3a2 speak clearly and distinctly
                                            2.3a3 share and retell an experience or story in a logical
            a) Use oral language for        order
        different purposes: to inform, to   select vocabulary and nonverbal expressions appropriate to
                                            purpose and audience
        persuade, and to entertain.         2.3a4 express ideas clearly and in an organized manner
    st
  1         b) Share stories or information 2.3b1 share with an audience stories or information relevant
                                            to a topic
        orally with an audience.            2.3c1 contribute information, ask questions, clarify,
  N         c) Participate as a contributor summarize, or build on another person.s idea in a small-
                                            group setting
   i    and leader in a group.              2.3c2 confer with small-group members about how to
  n         d) Summarize information        present information to the class
                                            2.3d1 carry out a specific group role, such as leader,
   e    shared orally by others.            recorder, materials manager, or reporter


  W       2.4 The student will use phonetic                                                                                                             DSPA
  e       strategies when reading and            2.4a1 apply knowledge of consonants and consonant blends
                                                                                                                ongoing   Review Lessons 48-51
  e       spelling.                              to decode and spell words                                                Spell pre-primer and primer
  k       a) Use knowledge of consonants,        2.4a2 apply knowledge of consonant digraphs (sh,wh,ch,th)                dolch words
                                                 to decode and spell words
  s       consonant blends, and consonant        2.4b1 apply knowledge of vowel patterns, such as CV, VC,
          digraphs to decode and spell           CVC, CVCE, CVVC, CVCC, to decode and spell words                         www.spellingcity.com
                                                 2.4 b2 pply knowledge of r-controlled vowel patterns to
          words.                                 decode and spell words
          b) Use knowledge of short, long,       2.4b3 read regularly spelled one- and two-syllable words                 http://languagearts.pppst.
                                                 automatically
          and r-controlled vowel patterns to     2.4c1 decode regular multisyllabic words                                 com/vowels.html
          decode and spell words.                2.4b5 use phonetic strategies to self-correct reading when
                                                 meaning breaks down.
          c) Decode regular multisyllabic
  1st     words.

   N      2.5 TSW use meaning clues and
   i      language structure when reading.       2.5a1use prior knowledge to interpret pictures and             ongoing
   n      a) Use information in the story to     diagrams in order to predict text
   e      read words.                            2.5a2 use meaning clues to support decoding
                                                 2.5b1 use surrounding words in a sentence to determine
          b) Use knowledge of sentence           the meaning of a word
  W       structure.                             2.5b2 use the context of the sentence to distinguish which
  e       c) Use knowledge of story              of the multiple meanings of a word makes sense
                                                 2.5c1 use knowledge of word order, including subject,
  e       structure and sequence.                verb, and adjectives, to check for meaning.
  k                                              2.5c2 use story structure, titles, pictures, and diagrams to
  s                                              check for meaning
                                                 2.5c3 reread to clarify meaning.
          2.6 TSW use language structure to
_Second Grade Language Arts_____Pacing Guide                                                                              Most Recent Revision Date:_June 2010_____
                                                                                      to decode words
        expand vocabulary when reading. 2.6a1 use common prefixes and suffixescommon prefixes,
                                          2.6a2 demonstrate an understanding of
                                                                                                                      Ongoing
        a) Use knowledge of prefixes and such as                                                                      Depending
        suffixes.                         un-, re-, dis-,pre-, and mis-                                               on Word
                                          2.6a3 demonstrate an understanding of common suffixes,
        b) Use knowledge of contractions such as -er, -y, -ful,-less, -est, and -ly                                   Study Level
        and singular possessives.         2.6b1 demonstrate an understanding of the meaning of
                                          contractions
        c) Use knowledge of simple        2.6b2 demonstrate an understanding of what the
    st                                    apostrophe signifies in singular possessive words (e.g.,
  1     abbreviations.                    Mary.s)
        d) Use knowledge of antonyms      2.6c1 identify simple abbreviations, including those for
  N     and synonyms.                     titles (e.g., Mr., Mrs., Ms., and Dr.), calendar words (e.g.,
                                          Jan., Feb., Mon., Tue.), and address words (e.g., St., Rd.)
   i                                      2.6d1 supply synonyms and antonyms for a given word.
  n     2.7 TSW read fiction and
   e    nonfiction, using a variety of
        strategies independently.         2.7a1 use prior knowledge to predict information
                                                                                                                      ongoing     Use active reading strategies
  W     a) Preview the selection by using 2.7a2 interpret illustrations, such as diagrams, charts,
   e    pictures, diagrams, titles, and   graphs, and maps, to make predictions about the text                                    Set purpose for reading
                                          2.7a3 use titles and headings to generate ideas about the
   e    headings.                         text
  k     b) Set purpose for reading.       2.7a4b1 skim text for section headings, bold type, and
                                          picture captions to help set a purpose for reading
   s    c) Read stories, poems, and       2.7b2 set a purpose for reading
        passages with fluency and         2.7a5 use print clues, such as bold type, italics, and
                                          underlining, to assist in reading
        expression.                       2.7c1 apply phonics, meaning clues, and language structure
        d) Reread and self-correct when   to decode words and increase fluency
                                          2.7d1 use phonics, meaning clues, and language structure
        necessary.                        strategies to reread and self-correct
                                                       2.7c2 pause at commas and periods during oral reading
    st                                                 2.7c3• practice reading in text that is on their independent
  1        2.8 TSW read and demonstrate                reading level to develop accuracy, fluency, and expression
           comprehension of fiction and
   N       nonfiction.                                                                                                ongoing     Make predictions               QRI in
   i       a) Make predictions about                   2.8.1read fiction and nonfiction print materials and trade                 http://languagearts.pppst.com/ September
                                                       books that reflect the Virginia Standards of Learning in
   n       content.                                    English, history and social science, science, and                          prediction.html                and end of
   e       b) Read to confirm predictions.             mathematics
                                                       2.8a1 use information from the text to make predictions
                                                                                                                                                                 1st nine
           c) Relate previous experiences to           2.8b1 use information from a selection to confirm                          Locate answers                 weeks
  W        the topic.                                  predictions
                                                       2.8b2 find evidence to support predictions
  e        d) Ask and answer questions                 2.8e1 begin to skim for information
  e        about what is read.                         2.8a2 apply knowledge of story structure to predict what
                                                       will happen next
  k        e) Locate information to answer             2.8a3 use knowledge of sequence to make predictions while
  s        questions.                                  reading functional text such as recipes and other sets of
                                                       directions
           f) Describe characters, setting,            2.8c1 use knowledge from their own experiences to make
           and important events in fiction             sense of and talk about a topic
                                                       2.8f1 describe the setting and important events of a story
_Second Grade Language Arts_____Pacing Guide                                                                               Most Recent Revision Date:_June 2010_____
        and poetry.                        2.8f2 describe a character.s traits, feelings, and actions as
                                           presented in a story
        g) Identify the problem, solution, 2.8g1 identify the problem and solution presented in a story
        and main idea.                     2.8g2 identify the main idea
                                           2.8.2 identify the sequence of steps in functional text such
                                                        as recipes or other sets of directions
                                                        2.8.3 follow the steps in a set of written directions
                                                        2.8e2 locate information in textbooks and other trade books
   1st                                                  to answer questions
                                                        2.8.4 begin to use knowledge of transition words (signal
                                                        words), such as first, next, and soon, to understand how
   N                                                    information is organized
   i                                                    2.8.e3 organize information, using graphic organizers
                                                        2.8f3g3 use the framework of beginning, middle, and end to
   n                                                    retell story events
   e       2.9 TSW demonstrate                          2.8d1 ask and answer simple who, what, when, where, why,
                                                        and how questions
           comprehension of information in              2.8d2 write responses to what they read.
  W        reference materials.                                                                                        ongoing     Dictionary Skills
  e        a) Use table of contents.                    2.9a1locate titles and page numbers, using a table of
  e        b) Use pictures and charts.                  contents
                                                        2.9a2 use a table of contents to locate information in
  k        c) Use dictionaries and indices.             content-area books
  s                                                     2.9b1 interpret pictures, diagrams, and tables
                                                        2.9b2 interpret information presented in bar graphs, charts,
                                                        and pictographs
                                                        2.9c1 alphabetize words to the second and third letter
                                                        2.9c2 locate words, using first, second, and third letter
           2.10TSW maintain manuscript                  2.9c3 locate guide words, entry words, and definitions in
               and begin to make the                    dictionaries and indices.

               transition to cursive.                                                                                  ongoing     Review manuscript
                                                        2.10.1 write neatly
   1st     2.11 TSW write stories, letters,             2.10.2 space words in sentences
           and simple explanations.                     2.10.3 space sentences in writing
                                                        2.10.4 learn basic strokes for cursive.
   N           a) Generate ideas before                                                                                            http://languagearts.pppst.com/
   i              writing.                              2.11a1brainstorm for ideas
                                                                                                                       ongoing     writing.html
   n           b) Organize writing to                   2.11a2 organize information with graphic organizers, such
   e              include a beginning,                  as story maps, webs,                                                       http://languagearts.pppst.com/
                                                        and event frames
                  middle, and end.                      2.11a3 use graphic organizers to plan their writing                        sentencestructure.html
  W            c) Revise writing for clarity.           2.11a4 verbalize their writing plan to a partner or teacher
                                                        2.11b1 write stories that include a beginning, middle, and
  e            d) Use available technology.             end
  e                                                      stay on topic
                                                        2.11c1 write complete sentences
  k                                                     2.11c2 begin to group sentences into paragraphs
  s                                                     2.11c3 use adjectives to elaborate simple sentences
                                                        2.11c4 use time-order words, such as first, next, then, and
                                                        last, to sequence and organize their writing
                                                        2.11c5 delete or add words to clarify meaning during the
                                                        revising process
_Second Grade Language Arts_____Pacing Guide                                                                        Most Recent Revision Date:_June 2010_____
                                                                 ideas               and or
        2.12 TSW edit writing for correct 2.11c6 avoid stringingand usetogether withdomainsthen
                                          2.11c7 begin to learn         the writing         of
        grammar, capitalization,          composing, written
        punctuation, and spelling.        expression, and usage/mechanics
                                          2.11d1 use available technology to write.
        a) Recognize and use complete
        sentences.                                                                                              ongoing     Complete
           b) Use and punctuate declarative,                                                                                Sentences
           interrogative, and exclamatory            2.12a1 recognize and use complete sentences                            http://languagearts.pppst.com/
           sentences.                                2.12d1 use singular and plural nouns
           c) Capitalize all proper nouns and the    2.12d2 use singular and plural pronouns                                sentencestructure.html
                                                     2.12c1 capitalize all proper nouns and all words at the
           word I.                                   beginning of sentences
           d) Use singular and plural nouns and      2.12c2 capitalize the word I                                           Punctuation
           pronouns.                                 2.12b1 punctuate declarative, interrogative, and                       http://languagearts.pppst.com/
                                                     exclamatory sentences
           e) Use apostrophes in contractions,       2.12e1 use apostrophes in contractions                                 punctuation.html
           including don’t, isn’t, and can’t.        2.12f1 spell high-frequency sight words, compound words,
           f) Use correct spelling for high-         and regular plurals correctly.
           frequency sight words, including
           compound words and regular plurals.
_Second Grade Language Arts_____Pacing Guide                                                                                 Most Recent Revision Date:_June 2010_____
        2.1 The student will demonstrate    2.1a1. use the story structure of beginning, middle, and end                 ongoing
                                            to tell a story of an Experience
        an understanding of oral language 2.1b1. maintain and manipulate voice, such as pausing,
        structure.                          tempo, and pitch, to convey mood
                                            2.1b1 add appropriate elaboration and detail while
            a) Create oral stories to share recounting or describing an Event
        with others.                        2.1b1 dramatize familiar stories
                                            2.1c1 use present, past, and future tenses appropriately
            b) Create and participate in    2.1d1 use more complex sentence structure with
        oral dramatic activities.           conjunctions, such as while,when, if, because, so, and but,
    nd                                      when describing events and giving explanations
  2         c) Use correct verb tenses in
        oral communication.
   N        d) Use increasingly complex
   i    sentence structures in oral
   n    communication.
   e

  W        2.2 The student will continue to             2.2al listen to and discuss fiction and nonfiction trade books   ongoing
                                                        and other print materials that reflect the Virginia Standards
  e        expand listening and speaking                of Learning for English, history and social science, science,
  e        vocabularies.                                and mathematics
                                                        2.2a2 use specific vocabulary from content study to express
  k            a) Use words that reflect a              interests and knowledge
  s        growing range of interest and                2.2 a3use appropriate descriptive language to express ideas,
                                                        opinions, and feelings
           knowledge.                                   2.2a4 use language to categorize objects, people, places, or
               b) Clarify and explain words             events
                                                        2.2b1 explain the meanings of words within the context of
           and ideas orally.                            how they are used
               c) Follow oral directions with           2.2b2 ask questions to clarify or gain further information
                                                        2.2b3 recognize when two or more different words are
           three or four steps.                         being used orally to mean contrasting or opposite things
               d) Give three-step and four-             2.2b4 recognize when different words are being used orally
                                                        to mean the same or
  2nd      step directions.                             similar things
               e) Identify and use synonyms             2.2e1 use synonyms and antonyms in oral communication
                                                        2.2c1 follow three-step and four-step directions
   N       and antonyms in oral                         2.2d1 give three-step and four-step directions
   i       communication.                               2.2b5 sequence three or four steps chronologically in oral
                                                        directions.
   n
   e       2.3 The student will use oral                2.3a1 use proper pitch and volume
                                                                                                                         ongoing
           communication skills.                        2.3a2 speak clearly and distinctly
  W            a) Use oral language for                 2.3a3 share and retell an experience or story in a logical
                                                        order
  e        different purposes: to inform, to            select vocabulary and nonverbal expressions appropriate to
  e        persuade, and to entertain.                  purpose and audience
                                                        2.3a4 express ideas clearly and in an organized manner
  k            b) Share stories or information          2.3b1 share with an audience stories or information relevant
  s        orally with an audience.                     to a topic
                                                        2.3c1 contribute information, ask questions, clarify,
_Second Grade Language Arts_____Pacing Guide                                                                              Most Recent Revision Date:_June 2010_____
            c) Participate as a contributor summarize, or build on another person.s idea in a small-
                                            group setting
        and leader in a group.              2.3c2 confer with small-group members about how to
            d) Summarize information        present information to the class
                                            2.3d1 carry out a specific group role, such as leader,
        shared orally by others.            recorder, materials manager, or reporter


           2.4 The student will use phonetic
           strategies when reading and                 2.4a1 apply knowledge of consonants and consonant blends
                                                                                                                      ongoing     Word Study Lessons 52-57       DSPA
           spelling.                                   to decode and spell words                                                  Spell 1st grade Dolch words
           a) Use knowledge of consonants,             2.4a2 apply knowledge of consonant digraphs (sh,wh,ch,th)                  Homophones
                                                       to decode and spell words
           consonant blends, and consonant             2.4b1 apply knowledge of vowel patterns, such as CV, VC,                   Contractions
  2nd      digraphs to decode and spell                CVC, CVCE, CVVC, CVCC, to decode and spell words
                                                       2.4 b2 pply knowledge of r-controlled vowel patterns to
           words.                                      decode and spell words
   N       b) Use knowledge of short, long,            2.4b3 read regularly spelled one- and two-syllable words
                                                       automatically
   i       and r-controlled vowel patterns to          2.4c1 decode regular multisyllabic words
   n       decode and spell words.                     2.4b5 use phonetic strategies to self-correct reading when
                                                       meaning breaks down.
   e       c) Decode regular multisyllabic
           words.
  W
  e        2.5 TSW use meaning clues and
  e        language structure when reading.            2.5a1use prior knowledge to interpret pictures and             ongoing     Meaning clues
  k        a) Use information in the story to          diagrams in order to predict text
  s        read words.                                 2.5a2 use meaning clues to support decoding                                Use information in the story
                                                       2.5b1 use surrounding words in a sentence to determine
           b) Use knowledge of sentence                the meaning of a word
           structure.                                  2.5b2 use the context of the sentence to distinguish which                 Adjectives
           c) Use knowledge of story                   of the multiple meanings of a word makes sense
                                                       2.5c1 use knowledge of word order, including subject,
           structure and sequence.                     verb, and adjectives, to check for meaning.
                                                       2.5c2 use story structure, titles, pictures, and diagrams to
                                                       check for meaning
                                                       2.5c3 reread to clarify meaning.
  2nd

   N       2.6 TSW use language structure to
   i       expand vocabulary when reading.                                                                            ongoing     Singular possessives
                                                       2.6a1 use common prefixes and suffixes to decode words
   n       a) Use knowledge of prefixes and            2.6a2 demonstrate an understanding of common prefixes,                     Contractions
   e       suffixes.                                   such as
                                                       un-, re-, dis-,pre-, and mis-
           b) Use knowledge of contractions            2.6a3 demonstrate an understanding of common suffixes,                     Antonyms
  W        and singular possessives.                   such as -er, -y, -ful,-less, -est, and -ly                                 Synonyms
                                                       2.6b1 demonstrate an understanding of the meaning of
  e        c) Use knowledge of simple                  contractions
_Second Grade Language Arts_____Pacing Guide                                                                               Most Recent Revision Date:_June 2010_____
  e     abbreviations.                  2.6b2 demonstrate an understanding of what the
                                        apostrophe signifies in singular possessive words (e.g.,
  k     d) Use knowledge of antonyms    Mary.s)
   s    and synonyms.                   2.6c1 identify simple abbreviations, including those for
                                        titles (e.g., Mr., Mrs., Ms., and Dr.), calendar words (e.g.,
                                                       Jan., Feb., Mon., Tue.), and address words (e.g., St., Rd.)
           2.7 TSW read fiction and                    2.6d1 supply synonyms and antonyms for a given word.

           nonfiction, using a variety of
           strategies independently.                   2.7a1 use prior knowledge to predict information
                                                                                                                       ongoing     Reading strategies           QRI
    nd
  2        a) Preview the selection by using           2.7a2 interpret illustrations, such as diagrams, charts,
           pictures, diagrams, titles, and             graphs, and maps, to make predictions about the text
                                                       2.7a3 use titles and headings to generate ideas about the
   N       headings.                                   text
   i       b) Set purpose for reading.                 2.7a4b1 skim text for section headings, bold type, and
                                                       picture captions to help set a purpose for reading
   n       c) Read stories, poems, and                 2.7b2 set a purpose for reading
   e       passages        with fluency and            2.7a5 use print clues, such as bold type, italics, and
                                                       underlining, to assist in reading
           expression.                                 2.7c1 apply phonics, meaning clues, and language structure
  W        d) Reread and self-correct when             to decode words and increase fluency
                                                       2.7d1 use phonics, meaning clues, and language structure
  e        necessary.                                  strategies to reread and self-correct
  e                                                    2.7c2 pause at commas and periods during oral reading
                                                       2.7c3• practice reading in text that is on their independent
  k        2.8 TSW read and demonstrate                reading level to develop accuracy, fluency, and expression
  s        comprehension of fiction and                                                                                ongoing
           nonfiction.                                 2.8.1read fiction and nonfiction print materials and trade
           a) Make predictions about                   books that reflect the Virginia Standards of Learning in
                                                       English, history and social science, science, and
           content.                                    mathematics
           b) Read to confirm predictions.             2.8a1 use information from the text to make predictions
                                                       2.8b1 use information from a selection to confirm
           c) Relate previous experiences to           predictions
           the topic.                                  2.8b2 find evidence to support predictions
                                                       2.8e1 begin to skim for information
           d) Ask and answer questions                 2.8a2 apply knowledge of story structure to predict what
           about what is read.                         will happen next
                                                       2.8a3 use knowledge of sequence to make predictions while
           e) Locate information to answer             reading functional text such as recipes and other sets of
           questions.                                  directions
                                                       2.8c1 use knowledge from their own experiences to make
           f) Describe characters, setting,            sense of and talk about a topic
           and important events in fiction             2.8f1 describe the setting and important events of a story
                                                       2.8f2 describe a character.s traits, feelings, and actions as
           and poetry.                                 presented in a story
           g) Identify the problem, solution,          2.8g1 identify the problem and solution presented in a story
                                                       2.8g2 identify the main idea
           and main idea.                              2.8.2 identify the sequence of steps in functional text such
                                                       as recipes or other sets of directions
                                                       2.8.3 follow the steps in a set of written directions
                                                       2.8e2 locate information in textbooks and other trade books
                                                       to answer questions
                                                       2.8.4 begin to use knowledge of transition words (signal
_Second Grade Language Arts_____Pacing Guide                                                                    Most Recent Revision Date:_June 2010_____
                                             words), such as first, next, and soon, to understand how
                                             information is organized
                                             2.8.e3 organize information, using graphic organizers
 2nd                                         2.8f3g3 use the framework of beginning, middle, and end to
                                             retell story events
        2.9 TSW demonstrate                  2.8d1 ask and answer simple who, what, when, where, why,
  N     comprehension of information in      and how questions
                                             2.8d2 write responses to what they read.
  i     reference materials.                                                                                ongoing     Reference materials
  n     a) Use table of contents.            2.9a1locate titles and page numbers, using a table of                      Pictures, charts
                                             contents
  e     b) Use pictures and charts.          2.9a2 use a table of contents to locate information in
        c) Use dictionaries and indices.     content-area books
                                             2.9b1 interpret pictures, diagrams, and tables
  W                                          2.9b2 interpret information presented in bar graphs, charts,
  e                                          and pictographs
                                             2.9c1 alphabetize words to the second and third letter
  e     2.10 TSW maintain manuscript         2.9c2 locate words, using first, second, and third letter
  k         and begin to make the            2.9c3 locate guide words, entry words, and definitions in
                                             dictionaries and indices.
  s         transition to cursive.                                                                          ongoing
                                             2.10.1 write neatly
        2.11 TSW write stories, letters,     2.10.2 space words in sentences
        and simple explanations.             2.10.3 space sentences in writing
                                             2.10.4 learn basic strokes for cursive.
            a) Generate ideas before                                                                        ongoing
               writing.                      2.11a1brainstorm for ideas
            b) Organize writing to           2.11a2 organize information with graphic organizers, such
               include a beginning,          as story maps, webs,
                                             and event frames
               middle, and end.              2.11a3 use graphic organizers to plan their writing
            c) Revise writing for clarity.   2.11a4 verbalize their writing plan to a partner or teacher
                                             2.11b1 write stories that include a beginning, middle, and
            d) Use available technology.     end
                                              stay on topic
                                             2.11c1 write complete sentences
                                             2.11c2 begin to group sentences into paragraphs
                                             2.11c3 use adjectives to elaborate simple sentences
                                             2.11c4 use time-order words, such as first, next, then, and
                                             last, to sequence and organize their writing
                                             2.11c5 delete or add words to clarify meaning during the
                                             revising process
                                             2.11c6 avoid stringing ideas together with and or then
                                             2.11c7 begin to learn and use the writing domains of
                                             composing, written
        2.12 TSW edit writing for correct    expression, and usage/mechanics
        grammar, capitalization,             2.11d1 use available technology to write.

        punctuation, and spelling.
        a) Recognize and use complete                                                                       ongoing
        sentences.
        b) Use and punctuate declarative,    2.12a1 recognize and use complete sentences
                                             2.12d1 use singular and plural nouns
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        interrogative, and exclamatory           2.12d2 use singular and plural pronouns
                                                 2.12c1 capitalize all proper nouns and all words at the
        sentences.                               beginning of sentences
        c) Capitalize all proper nouns and the   2.12c2 capitalize the word I
        word I.                                  2.12b1 punctuate declarative, interrogative, and
        d) Use singular and plural nouns and     exclamatory sentences
                                                 2.12e1 use apostrophes in contractions
        pronouns.                                2.12f1 spell high-frequency sight words, compound words,
        e) Use apostrophes in contractions,      and regular plurals correctly.
        including don’t, isn’t, and can’t.
        f) Use correct spelling for high-
        frequency sight words, including
        compound words and regular plurals.
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        2.1 The student will demonstrate    2.1a1. use the story structure of beginning, middle, and end   ongoing
  3rd                                       to tell a story of an Experience
        an understanding of oral language 2.1b1. maintain and manipulate voice, such as pausing,
        structure.                          tempo, and pitch, to convey mood
                                            2.1b1 add appropriate elaboration and detail while
  N         a) Create oral stories to share recounting or describing an Event
   i    with others.                        2.1b1 dramatize familiar stories
                                            2.1c1 use present, past, and future tenses appropriately
   n        b) Create and participate in    2.1d1 use more complex sentence structure with
   e    oral dramatic activities.           conjunctions, such as while,when, if, because, so, and but,
                                            when describing events and giving explanations
            c) Use correct verb tenses in
  W     oral communication.
   e        d) Use increasingly complex
   e    sentence structures in oral
   k    communication.
   s
        2.2 The student will continue to    2.2al listen to and discuss fiction and nonfiction trade books ongoing
        expand listening and speaking       and other print materials that reflect the Virginia Standards
                                            of Learning for English, history and social science, science,
        vocabularies.                       and mathematics
            a) Use words that reflect a     2.2a2 use specific vocabulary from content study to express
                                            interests and knowledge
        growing range of interest and       2.2 a3use appropriate descriptive language to express ideas,
  3rd   knowledge.                          opinions, and feelings
                                            2.2a4 use language to categorize objects, people, places, or
            b) Clarify and explain words    events
  N     and ideas orally.                   2.2b1 explain the meanings of words within the context of
                                            how they are used
   i        c) Follow oral directions with 2.2b2 ask questions to clarify or gain further information
   n    three or four steps.                2.2b3 recognize when two or more different words are
                                            being used orally to mean contrasting or opposite things
   e        d) Give three-step and four-    2.2b4 recognize when different words are being used orally
        step directions.                    to mean the same or
                                            similar things
  W         e) Identify and use synonyms 2.2e1 use synonyms and antonyms in oral communication
   e    and antonyms in oral                2.2c1 follow three-step and four-step directions
                                            2.2d1 give three-step and four-step directions
   e    communication.                      2.2b5 sequence three or four steps chronologically in oral
   k                                        directions.

   s    2.3 The student will use oral                                                                      ongoing
        communication skills.               2.3a1 use proper pitch and volume
                                            2.3a2 speak clearly and distinctly
            a) Use oral language for        2.3a3 share and retell an experience or story in a logical
        different purposes: to inform, to   order
                                            select vocabulary and nonverbal expressions appropriate to
        persuade, and to entertain.         purpose and audience
                                                                                    organized manner
            b) Share stories or information 2.3a4 express ideas clearly and in an or information relevant
                                            2.3b1 share with an audience stories
        orally with an audience.            to a topic
            c) Participate as a contributor 2.3c1 contribute information, ask questions, clarify,
                                            summarize, or build on another person.s idea in a small-
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  3rd   and leader in a group.             group setting
                                           2.3c2 confer with small-group members about how to
            d) Summarize information       present information to the class
  N     shared orally by others.           2.3d1 carry out a specific group role, such as leader,
                                           recorder, materials manager, or reporter
   i
   n    2.4 The student will use phonetic
   e    strategies when reading and        2.4a1 apply knowledge of consonants and consonant blends                  ongoing     Word Study                   DSPA
        spelling.                          to decode and spell words                                                             Lessons 57-68
                                           2.4a2 apply knowledge of consonant digraphs (sh,wh,ch,th)
  W     a) Use knowledge of consonants, to decode and spell words
   e    consonant blends, and consonant    2.4b1 apply knowledge of vowel patterns, such as CV, VC,
                                           CVC, CVCE, CVVC, CVCC, to decode and spell words
   e    digraphs to decode and spell       2.4 b2 pply knowledge of r-controlled vowel patterns to
   k    words.                             decode and spell words
                                           2.4b3 read regularly spelled one- and two-syllable words
   s    b) Use knowledge of short, long,   automatically
        and r-controlled vowel patterns to 2.4c1 decode regular multisyllabic words reading when
                                           2.4b5 use phonetic strategies to self-correct
        decode and spell words.            meaning breaks down.
        c) Decode regular multisyllabic
        words.

           2.5 TSW use meaning clues and
           language structure when reading.          2.5a1use prior knowledge to interpret pictures and              ongoing
    rd                                               diagrams in order to predict text
  3        a) Use information in the story to        2.5a2 use meaning clues to support decoding
           read words.                               2.5b1 use surrounding words in a sentence to determine
   N       b) Use knowledge of sentence              the meaning of a word
   i       structure.                                2.5b2 use the context of the sentence to distinguish which
                                                     of the multiple meanings of a word makes sense
   n       c) Use knowledge of story                 2.5c1 use knowledge of word order, including subject,
   e       structure and sequence.                   verb, and adjectives, to check for meaning.
                                                     2.5c2 use story structure, titles, pictures, and diagrams to
                                                     check for meaning
  W                                                  2.5c3 reread to clarify meaning.
  e        2.6 TSW use language structure to
  e        expand vocabulary when reading.           2.6a1 use common prefixes and suffixes to decode words                      Multisyllabic words
  k        a) Use knowledge of prefixes and          2.6a2 demonstrate an understanding of common prefixes,          ongoing
                                                     such as
  s        suffixes.                                 un-, re-, dis-,pre-, and mis-                                               Verb endings
           b) Use knowledge of contractions          2.6a3 demonstrate an understanding of common suffixes,
                                                     such as -er, -y, -ful,-less, -est, and -ly
           and singular possessives.                 2.6b1 demonstrate an understanding of the meaning of
           c) Use knowledge of simple                contractions
                                                     2.6b2 demonstrate an understanding of what the
           abbreviations.                            apostrophe signifies in singular possessive words (e.g.,
           d) Use knowledge of antonyms              Mary.s)
                                                     2.6c1 identify simple abbreviations, including those for
           and synonyms.                             titles (e.g., Mr., Mrs., Ms., and Dr.), calendar words (e.g.,
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  3rd                                     Jan., Feb., Mon., Tue.), and address words (e.g., St., Rd.)
                                          2.6d1 supply synonyms and antonyms for a given word.
        2.7 TSW read fiction and
  N     nonfiction, using a variety of
   i    strategies independently.                                                                                     ongoing
   n                                             use prior knowledge               information
        a) Preview the selection by using 2.7a1 interpret illustrations,to predictdiagrams, charts,
                                          2.7a2                          such as
   e    pictures, diagrams, titles, and   graphs, and maps, to make predictions about the text
        headings.                         2.7a3 use titles and headings to generate ideas about the
                                          text
  W     b) Set purpose for reading.       2.7a4b1 skim text for section headings, bold type, and
   e    c) Read stories, poems, and       picture captions to help set a purpose for reading
                                          2.7b2 set a purpose for reading
   e    passages        with fluency and  2.7a5 use print clues, such as bold type, italics, and
   k    expression.                       underlining, to assist in reading
                                          2.7c1 apply phonics, meaning clues, and language structure
   s    d) Reread and self-correct when   to decode words and increase fluency
        necessary.                        2.7d1 use phonics, meaning clues, and language structure
                                          strategies to reread and self-correct
                                                      2.7c2 pause at commas and periods during oral reading
                                                      2.7c3• practice reading in text that is on their independent
                                                      reading level to develop accuracy, fluency, and expression
           2.8 TSW read and demonstrate
  3rd      comprehension of fiction and                                                                               ongoing     Confirm predictions          QRI
           nonfiction.                                                                                                            Cause and Effect
   N       a) Make predictions about                  2.8.1read fiction and nonfiction print materials and trade                  Characterization
                                                      books that reflect the Virginia Standards of Learning in
   i       content.                                   English, history and social science, science, and
   n       b) Read to confirm predictions.            mathematics
                                                      2.8a1 use information from the text to make predictions
   e       c) Relate previous experiences to          2.8b1 use information from a selection to confirm
           the topic.                                 predictions
                                                      2.8b2 find evidence to support predictions
  W        d) Ask and answer questions                2.8e1 begin to skim for information
  e        about what is read.                        2.8a2 apply knowledge of story structure to predict what
                                                      will happen next
  e        e) Locate information to answer            2.8a3 use knowledge of sequence to make predictions while
  k        questions.                                 reading functional text such as recipes and other sets of
                                                      directions
  s        f) Describe characters, setting,           2.8c1 use knowledge from their own experiences to make
           and important events in fiction            sense of and talk about a topic
                                                      2.8f1 describe the setting and important events of a story
           and poetry.                                2.8f2 describe a character.s traits, feelings, and actions as
           g) Identify the problem, solution,         presented in a story
                                                      2.8g1 identify the problem and solution presented in a story
           and main idea.                             2.8g2 identify the main idea
                                                      2.8.2 identify the sequence of steps in functional text such
                                                      as recipes or other sets of directions
                                                      2.8.3 follow the steps in a set of written directions
                                                      2.8e2 locate information in textbooks and other trade books
                                                      to answer questions
                                                      2.8.4 begin to use knowledge of transition words (signal
                                                      words), such as first, next, and soon, to understand how
                                                      information is organized
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                                             2.8.e3 organize information, using graphic organizers
                                             2.8f3g3 use the framework of beginning, middle, and end to
 3rd                                         retell story events
        2.9 TSW demonstrate                  2.8d1 ask and answer simple who, what, when, where, why,
                                             and how questions
  N     comprehension of information in      2.8d2 write responses to what they read.
  i     reference materials.                                                                                ongoing     Pictographs
  n     a) Use table of contents.            2.9a1locate titles and page numbers, using a table of
  e     b) Use pictures and charts.          contents
                                             2.9a2 use a table of contents to locate information in
        c) Use dictionaries and indices.     content-area books
  W                                          2.9b1 interpret pictures, diagrams, and tables
                                             2.9b2 interpret information presented in bar graphs, charts,
  e                                          and pictographs
  e                                          2.9c1 alphabetize words to the second and third letter
                                             2.9c2 locate words, using first, second, and third letter
  k     2.10 TSW maintain manuscript         2.9c3 locate guide words, entry words, and definitions in
  s         and begin to make the            dictionaries and indices.

            transition to cursive.                                                                          ongoing     Begin cursive
                                             2.10.1 write neatly
        2.11 TSW write stories, letters,     2.10.2 space words in sentences
        and simple explanations.             2.10.3 space sentences in writing
                                             2.10.4 learn basic strokes for cursive.
            e) Generate ideas before                                                                        ongoing
               writing.                      2.11a1brainstorm for ideas
            f) Organize writing to           2.11a2 organize information with graphic organizers, such
               include a beginning,          as story maps, webs,
                                             and event frames
               middle, and end.              2.11a3 use graphic organizers to plan their writing
            g) Revise writing for clarity.   2.11a4 verbalize their writing plan to a partner or teacher
                                             2.11b1 write stories that include a beginning, middle, and
            h) Use available technology.     end
                                              stay on topic
                                             2.11c1 write complete sentences
                                             2.11c2 begin to group sentences into paragraphs
                                             2.11c3 use adjectives to elaborate simple sentences
                                             2.11c4 use time-order words, such as first, next, then, and
                                             last, to sequence and organize their writing
                                             2.11c5 delete or add words to clarify meaning during the
                                             revising process
                                             2.11c6 avoid stringing ideas together with and or then
                                             2.11c7 begin to learn and use the writing domains of
                                             composing, written
        2.12 TSW edit writing for correct    expression, and usage/mechanics
        grammar, capitalization,             2.11d1 use available technology to write.

        punctuation, and spelling.
        a) Recognize and use complete
        sentences.                                                                                          ongoing     Plural/Singular Nouns
        b) Use and punctuate declarative,                                                                               Compound words
                                             2.12a1 recognize and use complete sentences
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        interrogative, and exclamatory           2.12d1 use singular and plural nouns
                                                 2.12d2 use singular and plural pronouns
        sentences.                               2.12c1 capitalize all proper nouns and all words at the
        c) Capitalize all proper nouns and the   beginning of sentences
        word I.                                  2.12c2 capitalize the word I
        d) Use singular and plural nouns and     2.12b1 punctuate declarative, interrogative, and
                                                 exclamatory sentences
        pronouns.                                2.12e1 use apostrophes in contractions
        e) Use apostrophes in contractions,      2.12f1 spell high-frequency sight words, compound words,
        including don’t, isn’t, and can’t.       and regular plurals correctly.
        f) Use correct spelling for high-
        frequency sight words, including
        compound words and regular plurals.




        2.1 The student will demonstrate         2.1a1. use the story structure of beginning, middle, and end     ongoing
                                                 to tell a story of an Experience
        an understanding of oral language        2.1b1. maintain and manipulate voice, such as pausing,
        structure.                               tempo, and pitch, to convey mood
                                                 2.1b1 add appropriate elaboration and detail while
            a) Create oral stories to share      recounting or describing an Event
  4th   with others.                             2.1b1 dramatize familiar stories
                                                 2.1c1 use present, past, and future tenses appropriately
            b) Create and participate in         2.1d1 use more complex sentence structure with
  N     oral dramatic activities.                conjunctions, such as while,when, if, because, so, and but,
                                                 when describing events and giving explanations
  i         c) Use correct verb tenses in
  n     oral communication.
  e         d) Use increasingly complex
        sentence structures in oral
  W     communication.
  e
  e     2.2 The student will continue to         2.2al listen to and discuss fiction and nonfiction trade books   ongoing
  k     expand listening and speaking            and other print materials that reflect the Virginia Standards
                                                 of Learning for English, history and social science, science,
  s     vocabularies.                            and mathematics
            a) Use words that reflect a          2.2a2 use specific vocabulary from content study to express
                                                 interests and knowledge
        growing range of interest and            2.2 a3use appropriate descriptive language to express ideas,
        knowledge.                               opinions, and feelings
                                                 2.2a4 use language to categorize objects, people, places, or
            b) Clarify and explain words         events
  4th   and ideas orally.                        2.2b1 explain the meanings of words within the context of
                                                 how they are used
            c) Follow oral directions with       2.2b2 ask questions to clarify or gain further information
                                                 2.2b3 recognize when two or more different words are
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  N     three or four steps.                being used orally to mean contrasting or opposite things
                                            2.2b4 recognize when different words are being used orally
   i        d) Give three-step and four-    to mean the same or
   n    step directions.                    similar things
                                            2.2e1 use synonyms and antonyms in oral communication
   e        e) Identify and use synonyms 2.2c1 follow three-step and four-step directions
        and antonyms in oral                2.2d1 give three-step and four-step directions
                                            2.2b5 sequence three or four steps chronologically in oral
  W     communication.                      directions.
   e
   e    2.3 The student will use oral       2.3a1 use proper pitch and volume                            ongoing
   k    communication skills.               2.3a2 speak clearly and distinctly
                                            2.3a3 share and retell an experience or story in a logical
   s        a) Use oral language for        order
        different purposes: to inform, to   select vocabulary and nonverbal expressions appropriate to
                                            purpose and audience
        persuade, and to entertain.         2.3a4 express ideas clearly and in an organized manner
            b) Share stories or information 2.3b1 share with an audience stories or information relevant
                                            to a topic
        orally with an audience.            2.3c1 contribute information, ask questions, clarify,
                                            summarize, or
            c) Participate as a contributor group setting build on another person.s idea in a small-
        and leader in a group.              2.3c2 confer with small-group members about how to
            d) Summarize information        present information to the class
                                            2.3d1 carry out a specific group role, such as leader,
        shared orally by others.            recorder, materials manager, or reporter
    th
  4
        2.4 The student will use phonetic
  N     strategies when reading and         2.4a1 apply knowledge of consonants and consonant blends     ongoing     Word Study Lessons            DSPA
                                            to decode and spell words
   i    spelling.                           2.4a2 apply knowledge of consonant digraphs (sh,wh,ch,th)                69-79
   n    a) Use knowledge of consonants, to decode and spell words vowel patterns, such as CV, VC,
                                            2.4b1 apply knowledge of
                                                                                                                     Plurals
   e    consonant blends, and consonant     CVC, CVCE, CVVC, CVCC, to decode and spell words
        digraphs to decode and spell        2.4 b2 pply knowledge of r-controlled vowel patterns to
                                            decode and spell words
  W     words.                              2.4b3 read regularly spelled one- and two-syllable words
   e    b) Use knowledge of short, long,    automatically
                                            2.4c1 decode regular multisyllabic words
   e    and r-controlled vowel patterns to 2.4b5 use phonetic strategies to self-correct reading when
   k    decode and spell words.             meaning breaks down.

   s    c) Decode regular multisyllabic
        words.

          2.5 TSW use meaning clues and
                                                 2.5a1use prior knowledge to interpret pictures and
          language structure when reading.       diagrams in order to predict text                            ongoing
          a) Use information in the story to     2.5a2 use meaning clues to support decoding
          read words.                            2.5b1 use surrounding words in a sentence to determine
                                                 the meaning of a word
  4th     b) Use knowledge of sentence           2.5b2 use the context of the sentence to distinguish which
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        structure.                        of the multiple meanings of a word makes sense
                                          2.5c1 use knowledge of word order, including subject,
  N     c) Use knowledge of story         verb, and adjectives, to check for meaning.
   i    structure and sequence.           2.5c2 use story structure, titles, pictures, and diagrams to
  n                                       check for meaning
                                          2.5c3 reread to clarify meaning.
  e
        2.6 TSW use language structure to
  W
                                                                                      to decode words
        expand vocabulary when reading. 2.6a1 use common prefixes and suffixescommon prefixes,
                                          2.6a2 demonstrate an understanding of                                        ongoing     Prefixes
  e     a) Use knowledge of prefixes and such as                                                                                   Suffixes
                                          un-, re-, dis-,pre-, and mis-
  e     suffixes.                         2.6a3 demonstrate an understanding of common suffixes,                                   Singular Possessives
  k     b) Use knowledge of contractions such as -er, -y, -ful,-less, -est, and -ly                                                Contractions
                                          2.6b1 demonstrate an understanding of the meaning of
   s    and singular possessives.         contractions
        c) Use knowledge of simple        2.6b2 demonstrate an understanding of what the
                                          apostrophe signifies in singular possessive words (e.g.,
        abbreviations.                    Mary.s)
        d) Use knowledge of antonyms      2.6c1 identify simple abbreviations, including those for
                                          titles (e.g., Mr., Mrs., Ms., and Dr.), calendar words (e.g.,
        and synonyms.                     Jan., Feb., Mon., Tue.), and address words (e.g., St., Rd.)
                                                        2.6d1 supply synonyms and antonyms for a given word.
           2.7 TSW read fiction and
           nonfiction, using a variety of
           strategies independently.                    2.7a1 use prior knowledge to predict information               ongoing                                  QRI
  4th      a) Preview the selection by using            2.7a2 interpret illustrations, such as diagrams, charts,
                                                        graphs, and maps, to make predictions about the text
           pictures, diagrams, titles, and              2.7a3 use titles and headings to generate ideas about the
   N       headings.                                    text
                                                        2.7a4b1 skim text for section headings, bold type, and
   i       b) Set purpose for reading.                  picture captions to help set a purpose for reading
   n       c) Read stories, poems, and                  2.7b2 set a purpose for reading
                                                        2.7a5 use print clues, such as bold type, italics, and
   e       passages        with fluency and             underlining, to assist in reading
           expression.                                  2.7c1 apply phonics, meaning clues, and language structure
                                                        to decode words and increase fluency
  W        d) Reread and self-correct when              2.7d1 use phonics, meaning clues, and language structure
  e        necessary.                                   strategies to reread and self-correct
                                                        2.7c2 pause at commas and periods during oral reading
  e                                                     2.7c3• practice reading in text that is on their independent
  k        2.8 TSW read and demonstrate                 reading level to develop accuracy, fluency, and expression
  s        comprehension of fiction and                                                                                ongoing
           nonfiction.                                  2.8.1read fiction and nonfiction print materials and trade
                                                        books that reflect the Virginia Standards of Learning in
           a) Make predictions about                    English, history and social science, science, and
           content.                                     mathematics
                                                        2.8a1 use information from the text to make predictions
           b) Read to confirm predictions.              2.8b1 use information from a selection to confirm
           c) Relate previous experiences to            predictions
                                                        2.8b2 find evidence to support predictions
  4th      the topic.                                   2.8e1 begin to skim for information
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        d) Ask and answer questions        2.8a2 apply knowledge of story structure to predict what
                                           will happen next
  N     about what is read.                2.8a3 use knowledge of sequence to make predictions while
   i    e) Locate information to answer    reading functional text such as recipes and other sets of
                                           directions
  n     questions.                         2.8c1 use knowledge from their own experiences to make
  e     f) Describe characters, setting,   sense of and talk about a topic
                                           2.8f1 describe the setting and important events of a story
        and important events in fiction    2.8f2 describe a character.s traits, feelings, and actions as
  W     and poetry.                        presented in a story
                                           2.8g1 identify the problem and solution presented in a story
  e     g) Identify the problem, solution, 2.8g2 identify the main idea
  e     and main idea.                     2.8.2 identify the sequence of steps in functional text such
                                           as recipes or other sets of directions
  k                                        2.8.3 follow the steps in a set of written directions
   s                                       2.8e2 locate information in textbooks and other trade books
                                           to answer questions
                                                       2.8.4 begin to use knowledge of transition words (signal
                                                       words), such as first, next, and soon, to understand how
                                                       information is organized
                                                       2.8.e3 organize information, using graphic organizers
                                                       2.8f3g3 use the framework of beginning, middle, and end to
                                                       retell story events
                                                       2.8d1 ask and answer simple who, what, when, where, why,
           2.9 TSW demonstrate                         and how questions
                                                       2.8d2 write responses to what they read.
           comprehension of information in
           reference materials.                        2.9a1locate titles and page numbers, using a table of
                                                                                                                      ongoing     Dictionaries
  4th      a) Use table of contents.                   contents                                                                   Indices
           b) Use pictures and charts.                 2.9a2 use a table of contents to locate information in
                                                       content-area books
   N       c) Use dictionaries and indices.            2.9b1 interpret pictures, diagrams, and tables
   i                                                   2.9b2 interpret information presented in bar graphs, charts,
                                                       and pictographs
   n                                                   2.9c1 alphabetize words to the second and third letter
   e       2.10SW maintain manuscript and              2.9c2 locate words, using first, second, and third letter
                                                       2.9c3 locate guide words, entry words, and definitions in
               begin to make the transition            dictionaries and indices.
  W            to cursive.                                                                                            ongoing
  e                                                    2.10.1 write neatly
  e        2.11 TSW write stories, letters,            2.10.2 space words in sentences
                                                       2.10.3 space sentences in writing
  k        and simple explanations.                    2.10.4 learn basic strokes for cursive.
  s            i) Generate ideas before                                                                               ongoing
                  writing.                             2.11a1brainstorm for ideas
               j) Organize writing to                  2.11a2 organize information with graphic organizers, such
                                                       as story maps, webs,
                  include a beginning,                 and event frames
                  middle, and end.                     2.11a3 use graphic organizers to plan their writing
                                                       2.11a4 verbalize their writing plan to a partner or teacher
               k) Revise writing for clarity.          2.11b1 write stories that include a beginning, middle, and
               l) Use available technology.            end
                                                        stay on topic
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                                                 2.11c1 write complete sentences
                                                 2.11c2 begin to group sentences into paragraphs
                                                 2.11c3 use adjectives to elaborate simple sentences
                                                 2.11c4 use time-order words, such as first, next, then, and
                                                 last, to sequence and organize their writing
                                                 2.11c5 delete or add words to clarify meaning during the
        2.12 TSW edit writing for correct        revising process
                                                 2.11c6 avoid stringing ideas together with and or then
        grammar, capitalization,                 2.11c7 begin to learn and use the writing domains of
        punctuation, and spelling.               composing, written
                                                 expression, and usage/mechanics
        a) Recognize and use complete            2.11d1 use available technology to write.
        sentences.                                                                                             ongoing     Pronouns
        b) Use and punctuate declarative,        2.12a1 recognize and use complete sentences
        interrogative, and exclamatory           2.12d1 use singular and plural nouns
        sentences.                               2.12d2 use singular and plural pronouns
                                                 2.12c1 capitalize all proper nouns and all words at the
        c) Capitalize all proper nouns and the   beginning of sentences
        word I.                                  2.12c2 capitalize the word I
        d) Use singular and plural nouns and     2.12b1 punctuate declarative, interrogative, and
        pronouns.                                exclamatory sentences
                                                 2.12e1 use apostrophes in contractions
        e) Use apostrophes in contractions,      2.12f1 spell high-frequency sight words, compound words,
        including don’t, isn’t, and can’t.       and regular plurals correctly.
        f) Use correct spelling for high-
        frequency sight words, including
        compound words and regular plurals.

				
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