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					                                                                                                                            1st Grade Curriculum Map
  Subject                                                           First Nine Weeks                                                                                                                                  Second Nine Weeks
              4.01 Describe different ways in which an object can be moved. 4.02 Observe that movement of an object can be affected by pushing and         2.01 Describe and sort a variety of earth materials based on their properties: color, hardness, shape, and size. 2.02 Describe rocks and other
              pulling. 4.03 Investigate and observe that objects can move steadily or change direction. 4.04 Observe and describe balance as a function of earth materials in more than one way, using student-made rules. 2.03 Observe the various components that combine to make soil. 2.04
  Science     position and weight. 4.05 Describe and observe systems that are unstable and modify them to reach equilibrium.                               Compare the components of soil samples from different places 2.05 Explore where useful earth materials are found and how they are used.


              Goal 1 The learner will develop and apply enabling strategies and skills to read and write. Goal 2 The learner will develop and apply strategies      Continue spiraling English Language Arts curriculum throughout the school year. Goal 1 The learner will develop and apply
  English     and skills to comprehend text that is read, heard, and viewed. Goal 3 The learner will make connections through the use of oral language,             enabling strategies and skills to read and write. Goal 2 The learner will develop and apply strategies and skills to comprehend text that is read,
              written language, and media and technology. Goal 4 The learner will apply strategies and skills to create oral, written, and visual texts. Goal 5     heard, and viewed. Goal 3 The learner will make connections through the use of oral language, written language, and media and technology.
 Language     The learner will apply grammar and language conventions to communicate effectively. Writing Focus: See Writing Pacing Guide Genres                    Goal 4 The learner will apply strategies and skills to create oral, written, and visual texts. Goal 5 The learner will apply grammar and language
              To Include, but Not Limited to: Storybooks, Signs & labels                                                                                            conventions to communicate effectively. Writing Focus: See Writing Pacing Guide: Genres To Include, but Not Limited to: Short
   Arts                                                                                                                                                             poems, Word plays

                                                                                                                                                             1.01 a. Connect the model, number word, and number using a variety of representations (number words to 20) d. Compare and order sets and
                                                                                                                                                             numbers. (number words to 50) f. Estimate quantities fewer than or equal to 25. 1.02 Use groupings of 5’s, and 10’s with models and pictures
              1.01 Develop number sense for whole numbers through 99. a. Connect the model number word, and number using a variety of representations. to count collections of objects. 1.03 Develop fluency with single-digit addition and corresponding differences using strategies such as modeling,
              b. Use efficient strategies to count the number of objects in a set. c. Read and write numbers (numbers to 30). d. Compare and order sets and composing and decomposing quantities, using doubles, and making tens. 1.04 Create, model, and solve problems that use addition,

   Math       numbers. (numbers to 99) e. Build understanding of place value (ones, tens). g. Recognize equivalence (numbers to 99) 1.02 Use groupings of subtraction, and fair shares (between two or three). 2.02 b. Solve problems involving applications of time (clock and calendar). 3.01 Identify,
              2’s, 5’s, and 10’s with models and pictures to count collections of objects. 1.03 Develop fluency with single-digit addition and corresponding build, draw and name parallelograms, squares, trapezoids, and hexagons. 3.02 Identify, build, and name cylinders, cones, and rectangular
              differences using strategies such as modeling, composing and decomposing quantities, using doubles, and making tens.                           prisms. 3.03 Compare and contrast geometric figures.
              1.04 Create, model, and solve problems that use addition, subtraction, and fair shares (between two or three). 2.02 b. Solve problems involving 3.04 Solve problems involving spatial visualization. 4.01 Collect, organize, describe and display data using line plots and tallies. 5.01 Sort and
              applications of time (clock and calendar). 4.01 Collect, organize, describe and display data using line plots and tallies. (also count money) 5.03 classify objects by two attributes. 5.03 Create and extend patterns, identify the pattern unit, and translate into other forms.(translate patterns)
              Create and extend patterns, identify the pattern unit, and translate into other forms.

                                                                                                                                                                    3.01 Describe personal and family changes, past and present. 3.02 Describe past and present changes within local community. 3.03 Compare
              1.01 Describe the roles of individuals in the family. 1.02 Identify various groups to which individuals and families belong. 1.03 Compare and         and contrast past and present changes within the local community and communities around the world. 3.04 Recognize that members of the
              contrast similarities and differences among individuals and families. 1.04 Explore the benefits of diversity in the United States. 2.01 Develop       community are affected by changes in the community that occur over time. 4.01 Recognize and describe religious and secular
              and exhibit citizenship traits in the classroom, school, and other social environments. 2.02 Identify the roles of leaders in the home, school, and   symbols/celebrationns associated with special days of diverse cultures. 4.02 Explore and cite reasons for observing special days that recognize
   Social     community such as parents, mayor, police officers, principal, and teacher. 2.03 Participate in democratic decision-making. 2.04 Recognize the
              need for rules in different settings. 2.05 Identify the need for fairness in rules by individuals and by people in authority. 2.06 Predict
                                                                                                                                                                    celebrated individuals of diverse cultures. 4.03 Recognize and describe the historical events associated with national holidays. 4.04 Trace the
                                                                                                                                                                    historical foundations of traditions of various neighborhoods and communities. 5.01 Locate and describe familiar places in the home, classroom,
  Studies     consequences that may result from responsible and irresponsible actions. 4.01 Recognize and describe religious and secular
              symbols/celebrationns associated with special days of diverse cultures.4.02 Explore and cite reasons for observing special days that
                                                                                                                                                                    and school. 5.02 Investigate key features of maps. 5.03 Use geographic terminology and tools to create representations of the earth's
                                                                                                                                                                    physical and human features through simple maps, models, and pictures. 5.04 Analyze patterns of movement within the community.
              recognize celebrated individuals of diverse cultures. 4.03 Recognize and describe the historical events associated with national holidays. 4.04       5.05 Demonstrate responsibility for the care and management of the environment within the school and community. 5.06 Compare and
              Trace the historical foundations of traditions of various neighborhoods and communities.                                                              contrast geographic features of places within the community. 5.07 Explore physical features of continents and major bodies of water.


              1.01 Describe and demonstrate appropriate ways to express and cope with emotions and feelings 1.02 Identify problem-solving strategies and            2.05 Demonstrate the stop, drop and roll responce to burning clothing. 2.07 Demonstrate how to make an emergency phone call. 4.01
              demonstrate the ability to make choices using those strategies. 1.03 Identify and demonstrate appropriate methods for coping with                     Catergorize foods into the appropriate groups of My Pyramid. 4.02 Identify a variety of foods that are healthy choices in each of the food
              disappointment and failure. 3.01 Differentiate between appropriate and inappropriate touch and demonstrate how to seek adult assistance for           groups. 4.03 Summarize the benefits of eating a variety of whole grains, fruits, and vegetables, and low dairy products. 4.04 Identify foods
  Health      inappropriate touch. 3.02 Demonstrate effective strategies for resolving conflict in a non-violent manner. 3.03 Demonstrate respect for the
              personal space and boundaries of others and explain why this is important. 3.04 Conclude that different people have different abilities and
                                                                                                                                                                    and beverages high in added augar and generate examples of appealing healthly alternatives. 4.05 Explore various movement activities and
                                                                                                                                                                    predict the benefits of activity.
              summarize the benefits of diversity. 3.05 Differentiate between acceptable feelings and acceptable behaviors. 3.06 Differentiate between tattling
              and reporting aggression, bullying, and violence.
              1.01 Identify, discuss, and represent visually the uses of technology (e.g. computers, cell phones, digital cameras) at school and home. 1.02         1.07 Recognize the rights of ownership of computer-created work of others. 1.08 Recognize the characteristics of multimedia. 1.09 Identify
              Identify and discuss physical components of a computing device (e.g. CDU, monitor, keyboard, disk drive, printer, mouse). 1.03 Recognize and          and discuss multimedia terms/concepts as a class/group activity. 1.10 Recognize and discuss responsible use of multimedia resources 1.11
              discuss safe and responsible use and care of technology resources (AUP/IUP) 1.04 Discuss ownership of computer-created work. 2.01 Use                 Recognize, discuss, and cite various types of resources as a class. 1.12 Identify and discuss terms/concepts 1.13 Identify and discuss
Technology    common computing devices and resources in class activites. 2.03 Identify, discuss, and use word processing as a tool to enter numbers, words,
              and phrases. 2.04 Identify and use basic word processing terms. 2.05 Locate and use letters, numbers and special keys on the keyboard.
                                                                                                                                                                    ownership of creative work online of individuals/groups/companies and the importance of citing source as a class. 2.07 Use multimedia
                                                                                                                                                                    software to illustrate Focus: Skills
              2.06 Identify, discuss, and use menu/tool bar functions in word processing applications. Focus: Societal Issues


              1.01 Participate in read-aloud, storytelling,booktalking,silent reading, and vocabulary reading experiences. 1.02 Demonstrate competence and          1.08 Select resources both within and outside the school for personal and informational purposes. 1.09 Demonstrate awareness that resources
              self motivation as a beginning reader. 1.03 Demonstrate appropriate care of resources. 1.04 Acknowledge ownership of ideas. 1.05                      convey meaning and exist in a variety of formats (print, graphical, audio, video, multimedia, web-based). 2.01 Identify published criteria of

Information   Demonstrate sense of story, e.g. beginning, middle, end, characters,details. 1.06 Demonstrate familiarity with variety of types of books ans
              resources (print, non-print, electronic). 1.07 Follow acceptable use policy (AUP/IUP) for electronic resources. 5.01 Respond to reading,
                                                                                                                                                                    excellence for resources. 2.02 Apply identified criteria to select resources. 2.03 Recognize the diversity of ideas and thoughts by exploring a
                                                                                                                                                                    variety of resources (print, non-print, electronic) and formats (print, graphical, audio, video, multimedia, web-based) 5.02 Produce media in
   Skills     listening, viewing experiences orally, artistically, dramatically through various formats. 5.02 Produce media in various formats (e.g., pictorial,
              multimedia).
                                                                                                                                                                    various formats (e.g., pictorial, multimedia). 5.03 Acknowledge resources used in all print, non-print and electronic products. 5.04 Collaborate
                                                                                                                                                                    with others, both in person and through technologies, to identify informaiton problems and to design, develop, and evaluate informaiton
                                                                                                                                                                    products and solutions.




                                                                                                                                      Revised July 2007
                                                                                                                            1st Grade Curriculum Map
  Subject                                                          Third Nine Weeks                                                                                                                                    Fourth Nine Weeks
              3.01 Describe the differences in the properties of solids and liquids. 3.02 Investigate several ways in which objects can be described, sorted, 1.01 Investigate the needs of a variety of different plants: air, water, light, and space. 1.02 Investigate the needs of a variety of different
              and classify. 3.03 Classify solids according to their properties: color, texture, shape (ability to roll or stack), and ability to float or sink in water. animals: air, water, food, shelter, and space. 1.03 Observe the ways in which humans are similar to other organisms. 1.04 Identify local

  Science     3.04 Determine the properties of liquids: color, ability to float or sink in water; and tendency to flow. 3.05 Observe mixtures including: solids environments that support the needs of common North Carolina plants and animals. 1.05 Discuss the wide variety of living things on Earth.
              with solids, liquids with liquids, and solids with liquids.


              Continue spiraling English Language Arts curriculum throughout the school year. Goal 1 The learner will develop and apply enabling                    Continue spiraling English Language Arts curriculum throughout the school year. Goal 1 The learner will develop and apply
              strategies and skills to read and write. Goal 2 The learner will develop and apply strategies and skills to comprehend text that is read, heard,      enabling strategies and skills to read and write. Goal 2 The learner will develop and apply strategies and skills to comprehend text that is read,
  English     and viewed. Goal 3 The learner will make connections through the use of oral language, written language, and media and technology. Goal 4             heard, and viewed. Goal 3 The learner will make connections through the use of oral language, written language, and media and technology.
              The learner will apply strategies and skills to create oral, written, and visual texts. Goal 5 The learner will apply grammar and language            Goal 4 The learner will apply strategies and skills to create oral, written, and visual texts. Goal 5 The learner will apply grammar and language
 Language     conventions to communicate effectively. Writing Focus: See Writing Pacing Guide Genres To Include but Not Limited to: Journal                         conventions to communicate effectively. Writing Focus: See Writing Pacing Guide Genres To Include but Not Limited to: Letters,
              Entries, Oral retellings                                                                                                                              Response logs
   Arts
              1.01 Develop number sense for whole numbers through 99. a. Connect the model number word, and number using a variety of representations.
                                                                                                                                                               1.03 Develop fluency with single-digit addition and corresponding differences using strategies such as modeling, composing and decomposing
              c. Read and write numbers (number to 99). d. Compare and order sets and numbers. (numbers to 99) e. Build understanding of place value
                                                                                                                                                               quantities, using doubles, and making tens. All five Competency Goals and their objectives are reviewed during the 4th nine weeks. The
              (ones, tens). g. Recognize equivalence (numbers to 99) 1.02 Use groupings of 2’s, 5’s, and 10’s with models and pictures to count collections of
                                                                                                                                                               4th nine weeks includes a summative assessment of all the Competency Goals and their objectives.
              objects. 1.03 Develop fluency with single-digit addition and corresponding differences using strategies such as modeling, composing and
              decomposing quantities, using doubles, and making tens. 1.04 Create, model, and solve problems that use addition, subtraction, and fair shares
              (between two or three). 2.01 a. Select an attribute (length, capacity, mass) to measure (use non-standard units). b. Develop strategies to
              estimate size. c. Compare, using appropriate language, with respect to the attribute selected. 2.02 a. Tell time at the hour and half-hour. b.
   Math       Solve problems involving applications of time (clock and calendar) 3.01 Identify, build, draw and name parallelograms, squares, trapezoids, and
              hexagons. 3.03 Compare and contrast
              geometric figures. 3.04 Solve problems involving spatial visualization. 4.01 Collect, organize, describe and display data using line plots and
              tallies. (also count money) 4.02 Describe events as certain, impossible, more likely or less likely to occur. 5.01 Sort and classify objects by two
              attributes. 5.02 Use Venn diagrams to illustrate similarities and differences in two sets.and translate into other forms. 5.03 Create and extend
              patterns, identify the pattern unit, and translate into other forms.


                                                                                                                                                                    6.01 Examine wants and needs and identify choices people make to satisfy wants and needs with limited resources. 6.02 Describe how people
              4.01 Recognize and describe religious and secular symbols/celebrationns associated with special days of diverse cultures.4.02 Explore and cite
                                                                                                                                                                    of different cultures work to earn income in order to satisfy wants and needs. 6.03 Participate in activities that demonstrate the division of
              reasons for observing special days that recognize celebrated individuals of diverse cultures. 4.03 Recognize and describe the historical events
                                                                                                                                                                    labor. 6.04 Explore community services that are provided by the government and other agencies. 6.05 Give examples of the relationship
              associated with national holidays. 4.04 Trace the historical foundations of traditions of various neighborhoods and communities.5.01 Locate and
                                                                                                                                                                    between the government and its people. 6.06 Identify the uses of money by individuals which include saving and spending. 6.07 Recognize
   Social     describe familiar places in the home, classroom, and school. 5.02 Investigate key features of maps. 5.04 Analyze patterns of movement within
              the community. 5.05 Demonstrate responsibility for the care and management of the environment within the school and community. 5.06
                                                                                                                                                                    that all families produce and consume goods and services.

  Studies     Compare and contrast geographic features of places within the community. 5.07 Explore physical features of continents and major bodies of
              water. 7.01 Compare and contrast the use of media and forms of communication at home and in other social environments. 7.02 Describe how
              communication and transportation link communities. 7.03 Use the computer and other technological tools to gather, organize and display data.


              2.01 Describe and demonstrate measures for preventing the spread of germs. 2.02 Predict symptoms of sickness and summarize measures to                5.01 Evaluate the benefits of medicine when used correctly. 5.02 Demonstrate how to report and not touch needles/syringes or containers for
              get well. 2.03 Identify safety hazards in the home and injury prevention strategies. 2.04 Identify items that can cause burns and describe            alcohol,tobacco, or other drugs. 5.03 Demonstrate how to identify a harmful medicine or substance and how to respond when offered or

  Health      strategies that prevent burns. 2.05 Demonstrate the stop, drop and roll responce to burning clothing. 2.06 Summarize the transition process
              between primary and permanent teeth and demonstrate how to get help with dental problems
                                                                                                                                                                    discovering one of these substances.



              1.05 Identify graphing as a tool for organizing information 1.06 Identify and discuss graphing software terms/concepts 2.02 Observe, discuss, 2.08 Explore Internet resources and information using teacher-created bookmarks/favorites and discuss the variety and types of information
              and use software to enter, calculate, display data, and interpret results as a class/group. Focus: Skills                                     found as a class activity. 2.09 Use teacher-selected Internet resources/information to identify, discuss, and chart elements that make an
                                                                                                                                                            online resource useful, appropriate , and safe as a class. Focus: Societal Issues
Technology

              4.01 Identify information needs and formulate questions about those needs. 4.02 Describe several research models. 4.03 Develop a search               2.04 Develop and communicate personal criteria for selecting resources for information needs and enjoyment. 2.05 Recognize the power of
              strategy which includes the continuous evaluation of the research process and the information gathered. 4.04 Follow acceptable use guidelines         media to influence. 3.01 Describe personal cultural heritage and environment. 3.02 Collect information about diverse cultural heritage and
Information   (AUP/IUP) in accessing information. 4.05 Gather information. 4.06 Comply with the Copyright Law (P.L. 94-553). 4.07 Organize and use                  environment. 3.03 Identify bias and sterotypes. 3.04 Relate cultural similiarities and differences to personal life experiences. 3.05 Describe
              information. 4.08 Credit sources of information. 4.09 Present information in a variety of formats (print, graphical, audio, video, multimedia).       how information and ideas are influenced by prior knowledge and personal experience.
   Skills     4.10 Evaluate the product.




                                                                                                                                      Revised July 2007

				
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