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KINDERGARTEN
ORAL LANGUAGE
 Develop language through listening and speaking.
 Speak clearly and audibly using expression.
 Share information with teacher and peers.
CONCEPTS OF PRINT
 Identify messages in print (e.g., signs, boxes, wrappers).
 Show the sequence of print by pointing left to right.
PHONEMIC AWARENESS
 Orally segment sounds in short words.
 Orally blend sounds in short words.
 Recognize like and unlike words and word parts.
PHONICS AND SPELLING
 Recognize and name upper and lower case letters.
 Identify consonant and short vowel sounds.
 Blend letter sounds to make words.
 Identify and write letters to represent single sounds in words.
 Spell a small number of grade level words (e.g., the, to, is).
FLUENCY
 Easily read letter names or numbers in random order.
 Easily read common consonant-vowel-consonant words (e.g., cat, sun, dog).
VOCABULARY
 Use new words learned through listening and discussing.
 Use books, charts and word walls to determine the meanings of unknown words.
COMPREHENSION
 Use the following strategies to comprehend text: access prior knowledge, ask questions about stories read aloud, make predictions
and inferences, retell simple stories.
 Recognize and use features of narrative text: identify beginning, middle and end.
 Recognize information as real or make-believe.
 Identify information from pictures.
WRITING
 Write upper and lower case letters fluently.
 Write name correctly.
 Use letter sounds to write words.
 Express ideas using words and pictures.
FIRST GRADE
ORAL LANGUAGE
 Develop language through listening and speaking.
 Speak clearly and audibly using expression.
 Present using a variety of formats.
CONCEPTS OF PRINT
 Discriminate between letters, words, and sentences.
PHONEMIC AWARENESS
 Orally segment and blend words.
 Isolate & identify beginning, middle, and ending sounds.
PHONICS AND SPELLING
 Identify and produce sounds for short and longs vowels (a, e , i, o, u).
 Decode consonant blends (e.g., br, pl, st).
 Decode consonant digraphs (e.g., th, sh, ch, wh, ph).
 Use knowledge of structural analysis to decode words.
 Spell grade level phonetic and sight words correctly.
 Use spelling generalities (e.g., silent “e” at end of words) and patterns (e.g., -ick, -ode) to spell words.
FLUENCY
 Read grade level text with 95%-100% accuracy.
 Read grade level text with expression at approximately 60 wpm.
 Easily read 100 most common words.
VOCABULARY
 Learn and properly use a variety of grade level words (e.g., words from literature, social studies, science and math).
 Use resources (books, and simple dictionaries), structural analysis (root words and word endings), and context to determine the
meanings of unknown words.
COMPREHENSION
 Use the following strategies to comprehend text: access prior knowledge; use questions to clarify meaning; make predictions and
inferences; identify theme/topic, main idea and details; summarize important ideas/event and details in sequence; compile information
from text.
 Recognize and use features of narrative text: identify characters, setting, beginning/middle/end, and problem/resolution.
 Recognize and use features of informational text: compare/contrast, cause/effect.
 Identify different genres: nursery rhymes, fairy tales, poems, fiction, fantasy, and fables.
 Locate facts from grade level informational books.
WRITING
 Use fluent and legible handwriting.
 Use pre-writing skills including: generating ideas, selecting and narrowing topic and identifying audience.
 Compose written drafts with complete sentences using proper word choice.
 Revise draft to add details and descriptive words.
 Edit written drafts for: capitals at first of sentences, proper names and pronoun “I”; ending punctuation (periods, question marks);
correct spelling; and grammar (complete sentences).
 Publish individual products.
SECOND GRADE
ORAL LANGUAGE
 Develop language through listening and speaking.
 Speak clearly and audibly using expression.
 Present using a variety of formats.
PHONICS AND SPELLING
 Decode vowel dipthongs (e.g., oi, oy, aw, au).
 Recognize consonant digraphs (e.g., ch, sh, th, wh).
 Decode vowel digraphs (e.g., ea, ee, ie, oa).
 Decode r-controlled vowel patterns (e.g., ar, or, er).
 Use knowledge of root words, prefixes, and suffixes to decode words.
 Correctly spell words with long and short vowel sounds, r-controlled words, words with consonant blends, consonant and vowel
digraphs.
 Correctly spell grade level contractions and compound words.
 Correctly spell grade level high frequency and irregular words.
 Use knowledge of word families, patterns and common letter combinations to spell new words
FLUENCY
 Read grade level text with an accuracy rate of 95-100%.
 Read grade level text with expression at approximately 80 wpm.
 Read with automaticity 200 high frequency words.
VOCABULARY
 Learn and properly use a variety of grade level words (e.g., words from literature, social studies, science and math).
 Use multiple resources (simple dictionaries and glossaries), structural analysis (simple pre-fixes and suffixes), and context to determine
the meanings of unknown words.
 Develop a reading vocabulary including antonyms, synonyms, homonyms, and multiple meaning words.
COMPREHENSION
 Use the following strategies to comprehend text: access prior knowledge; use questions to clarify meaning; make predictions and
inferences; identify theme/topic, main idea and details; summarize important ideas/event and details in sequence; monitor and clarify;
compile information from text.
 Recognize and use features of narrative text: identify characters, setting, sequence of events, and problem/resolution.
 Recognize and use features of informational text: compare/contrast, cause/effect.
 Identify different genres: fairy tales, poems, fiction, fantasy, fables and folk tales.
 Identify information from pictures, captions, diagrams, charts, graphs, and table of contents.
 Locate facts from a variety of information texts: newspapers, magazines and books.
WRITING
 Use fluent and legible handwriting.
 Use pre-writing skills including: generating ideas, selecting and narrowing topic, identifying audience, using graphic organizers.
 Compose written drafts with complete sentences using proper voice and word choice.
 Revise written drafts to add details, strengthen word choice and reorder content.
 Edit written drafts for: correct capitalization and punctuation (capitals in names, first word of sentence, pronoun “I”, sentence endings,
greetings and closings of letters, dates and contractions), grammar (subject/verb agreement).
 Publish 4-6 individual products.
THIRD GRADE
ORAL LANGUAGE
 Speak clearly and audibly using correct grammar and expression.
 Present using a variety of formats.
SPELLING
 Use knowledge of word families, patterns, syllabication, letter combinations, and spelling generalities to spell words.
 Spell high frequency and irregular words correctly.
FLUENCY
 Read grade level text with an accuracy rate of 95-100%.
 Read grade level text with expression at approximately 100 wpm.
 Read with automaticity 300 high frequency words.
VOCABULARY
 Learn and properly use a variety of grade level words (e.g., words from literature, social studies, science and math).
 Use multiple resources (dictionaries, glossaries, beginning thesauruses), structural analysis (root words, prefixes and suffixes), and
context to determine the meanings of unknown words.
 Develop a reading vocabulary including antonyms, synonyms, homonyms, and multiple meaning words.
COMPREHENSION
 Use the following strategies to comprehend text: access prior knowledge; use questions to clarify meaning; make predictions and
inferences; identify theme/topic, main idea and details; summarize important ideas/event and details in sequence; compile information
from text.
 Recognize and use features of narrative text: identify characters, setting, sequence of events, and problem/resolution.
 Recognize and use features of informational text: description, compare/contrast, cause/effect, order of importance, time line,
classification.
 Identify different genres: fairy tales, poems, realistic fiction, fantasy, fables, folk tales, tall tales, biographies, historical fiction.
 Identify information from pictures, captions, diagrams, charts, graphs, table of contents, index and glossary.
 Locate facts from a variety of informational texts: newspapers, magazines, books and the internet.
WRITING
 Use fluent and legible handwriting.
 Develop fluency with cursive writing.
 Use pre-writing skills including: generating ideas, selecting and narrowing topic, identifying audience, using graphic organizers.
 Compose written drafts with sentences using proper voice and word choice.
 Revise written drafts to add details, strengthen word choice, clarify main idea, reorder content, and increase variety of sentences
(length, simple, compound).
 Edit written drafts for: correct capitalization and punctuation (capitals in holidays, titles, dates, greetings and closings of letters, personal
titles, contractions, abbreviations), grammar (subject/verb agreement, comparatives, superlatives, pronouns).
 Publish 4-6 individual products.
FOURTH GRADE
ORAL LANGUAGE
 Speak clearly and audibly using correct grammar and expression.
 Present using a variety of formats.
SPELLING
 Use knowledge of word families, patterns, syllabication, common letter combinations, and spelling generalities to assist spelling new
words.
 Spell an increasing number of high frequency and irregular words correctly.
FLUENCY
 Read grade level text with an accuracy rate of 95-100%.
 Read grade level text with expression at approximately 120-150 wpm.
 Read grade level high frequency words with automaticity.
VOCABULARY
 Learn and properly use a variety of grade level words (e.g., words from literature, social studies, science and math).
 Use multiple resources (dictionaries, glossaries, beginning thesauruses), structural analysis (root words, prefixes and suffixes), and
context to determine the meanings of unknown words.
 Develop a reading vocabulary including antonyms, synonyms, homonyms, and multiple meaning words.
 Develop an understanding of similes and idioms.
COMPREHENSION
 Use the following strategies to comprehend text: access prior knowledge; use questions to clarify meaning; make predictions and
inferences; identify theme/topic, main idea and details; summarize important ideas/event and details in sequence; compile, organize and
interpret information from text.
 Recognize and use features of narrative text: identify characters, setting, sequence of events, and problem/resolution.
 Recognize and use features of informational text: description, compare/contrast, cause/effect, order of importance, time line,
classification.
 Identify different genres: fairy tales, poems, fiction, fantasy, fables, folk tales, tall tales, biographies, historical fiction.
 Identify information from text, headings, subheadings, captions, diagrams, charts, graphs, table of contents, index and glossary.
 Locate facts from a variety of informational texts: newspapers, magazines, textbooks, biographies, and the internet.
WRITING
 Use fluent and legible cursive writing.
 Use pre-writing skills including: generating ideas, selecting and narrowing topic, identifying audience, using graphic organizers.
 Compose written drafts with sentences, multiple paragraphs, using proper voice and word choice.
 Revise written drafts to add details, strengthen word choice, clarify main idea, reorder content, and increase variety of sentences
(length, simple, compound).
 Edit written drafts for: correct capitalization and punctuation (words in a series, dialogue, complex sentences, singular possessives,
abbreviations), spelling, grammar (subject/verb agreement, verb tense, comparatives, superlatives, pronouns), appropriate formatting
(margins, indentations and titles).
 Publish 6-8 individual products.
FIFTH GRADE
ORAL LANGUAGE
 Speak clearly and audibly using correct grammar and expression.
 Present using a variety of formats.
SPELLING
 Use knowledge of word families, patterns, syllabication, common letter combinations, and spelling generalities to assist spelling new
words.
 Spell an increasing number of high frequency and irregular words correctly.
FLUENCY
 Read grade level text with an accuracy rate of 95-100%.
 Read grade level text with expression at approximately 120-150 wpm.
 Read grade level high frequency words with automaticity.
VOCABULARY
 Learn and properly use a variety of grade level words (e.g., words from literature, social studies, science and math).
 Use multiple resources (dictionaries, glossaries, thesauruses), structural analysis (root words, pre-fixes and suffixes), and context to
determine the meanings of unknown words.
 Develop a reading vocabulary including antonyms, synonyms, homonyms, and multiple meaning words.
 Develop an understanding of similes, metaphors, idioms, proverbs and clichés.
COMPREHENSION
 Use the following strategies to comprehend text: access prior knowledge; use questions to clarify meaning; make predictions and
inferences; identify theme/topic, main idea and details; summarize important ideas/event and details in sequence; compile, organize and
interpret information from text.
 Recognize and use features of narrative text: identify characters, setting, sequence of events, and problem/resolution.
 Recognize and use features of informational text: description, compare/contrast, cause/effect, order of importance, time line,
classification.
 Compare and contrast elements of different genres: fairy tales, poems, fiction, fantasy, fables, folk tales, tall tales, biographies, historical
fiction, science fiction.
 Identify information from text, headings, subheadings, captions, diagrams, charts, graphs, table of contents, index and glossary.
 Locate facts from a variety of informational texts: newspapers, magazines, textbooks, biographies, and the internet.
WRITING
 Use fluent and legible cursive writing.
 Use pre-writing skills including: generating ideas, selecting and narrowing topic, identifying audience, using graphic organizers.
 Compose written drafts with sentences, multiple paragraphs, using proper voice and word choice.
 Revise written drafts to add details, strengthen word choice, clarify main idea, reorder content, and increase variety of sentences
(length, simple, compound).
 Edit written drafts for: correct capitalization and punctuation (introductory and dependent clauses, dialogue, singular and plural
possessives), spelling, grammar (subject/verb agreement, verb tense, irregular verbs), appropriate formatting (margins, indentations,
titles and headings).
 Publish 6-8 individual products.