• On this tab you will find what we are working on during our Language Arts class.  You will also find extra voluntary practice sheets and reading logs you can use to keep track of what you are learning.

  • Topic: 

    Compare & Contrast 

    State Standard: 

    LAFS.1.RI.2.5 (DOK 2) Know and use various text features (e.g., headings, table of contents, glossaries, electronic menus, icons) to locate key facts or information in a text. 

    Learning Goal: 

    Students will understand how to identify the main topic and key details of a text and make connections between details in information texts.  

    Essential Question: 

    How can I use text features to locate key facts or information in a text?  

    Check for Understanding: 

     

     

    Graphic Organizer/ Journal Entry 

    Key Vocabulary: 

    century, past, present, future, entertainment, ago, boy, girl, how, old, people 

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  • Here is what we will be covering in Language Arts this week.  ELA nov 27th

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  • Here is what we are covering in Language Arts class

    Topic: 

    Characters, Setting, and Events 

    State Standard: 

    LAFS.1.RL.1.3 Describe characters, settings, and major events in a story, using key details. (Level 2).  

    Learning Goal: 

    I will describe characters, settings, and events in a story. 

    Essential Question: 

    How can you describe the characters, settings and events in a story using key details? 

    Check for Understanding: 

     

     

    Journal Entry:  

    How do you measure time? 

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  • Here is what we are learning this week in Language Arts:

    Topic: 

    Main Topic & Key Details 

    State Standard: 

    LAFS.1.RI.1.2- Identify the main topic and retell key details of a text.  

    Learning Goal: 

    I will identify the main topic of a text. 

    Essential Question: 

    How can I identify the main topic and key details of a text? 

    Check for Understanding: 

     

     

    Journal Entry:  

    Key Vocabulary: 

    assist, bloom, grasped, spied, sprout 

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  • LANGUAGE ARTS – Unit 2

    settings, and major events in a story using key details.

    Students will be able describe characters, settings, and major events in a story using key details.
    ~ Focus Standards: Comprehension, Communication. Foundational skills.
    ~ Phonics::-ow,-ea,ch,-tch,wh,ph

    ~ Reading cwpm for Q2: 40 correct words per minute
    Story of the week: “Which Way on the Map” and “Fun with Maps”

    WRITING

    Student Objectives
    ~ Students will identify irregular plural nouns.
    ~ Capitalize letters and periods.

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  • LANGUAGE ARTS – Unit 2

    Essential question: LAFS.1.R.L.3.9-Compare and contrast the adventures and experiences of characters in stories.

    Students will be able compare and contrast adventures of characters in stories. 

    ~  Focus Standards: Comprehension, Communication. Foundational skills.

    ~   Phonics:: oa, igh, ight, th, sh, -ng

    ~  Reading cwpm for Q2: 40 correct words per minute

    Story of the week: “Thump, Thump, Helps Out” and “Nell’s Books”

    WRITING

    Student Objectives

    ~ Students will identify common and proper nouns.

    ~ Capitalize proper nouns. 

    Topic: 

    Characters, Setting & Events 

    State Standard: 

    LAFS.1.RI.1.2-Identify the main topic and retell key details of a text.  

    Learning Goal: 

    I will identify the main topic and key details of a text.  

    Essential Question: 

    How can I identify the main topic and retell key details of an informational text? 

    Check for Understanding: 

     

     

    Journal Entry/ Graphic Organizer 

    Key Vocabulary: 

    all, call, day, her, want, admire, connections, enjoy, leadership, rely 

    Suggested Spelling: 

    fish, shop, ship, with, thing, sang, fast, wink, want, call, boat, goal, toast, high, right, sight,  that, long, sing 

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  • Topic:

    Compare & Contrast

    State Standard:

    LAFS.1.R.L.3.9-Compare and contrast the adventures and experiences of characters in stories.

    Learning Goal:

    I can compare and contrast adventures in stories.

    sential Question:

    How can I compare and contrast adventures and experiences of characters in stories?

    Key Vocabulary:

    shelter, materials, collapsed, furious, materials, refused, shelter, could, live, one then, three

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