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Kindergarten Curriculum Map: Language Arts

Kindergarten 1st Grading Period Language Arts Concepts and Skills

K.1.03 Demonstrate knowledge of concepts of print. K.1.08 Develop and use pre-reading strategies. K 2.01 Use a variety of pre-writing strategies. K 2.08 Write frequently across content areas. K 3.01 Demonstrate knowledge of standard English usage. K 3.04 Demonstrate knowledge of correct sentence structure.

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Essential Questions

References

Performances

Teacher Notes

What is the difference between a letter Guided Reading by Fountas & and a word? Pinnell 1995 What do you think will happen next? What can you write using our "apple words" list? Rigby Reading Series

Find examples of printed words in the classroom. During shared reading student will be able to make predictions orally and through drawings. Brainstorm with the class a list of words to use in writing about apples. Using correct grammar, tell the class about your pet or a pet you would like to have.

Tell me another way you can say that.

Kindergarten 2nd Grading Period Language Arts Concepts and Skills

K.1.01 Develop oral language. K.1.02 Develop listening skills.

Essential Questions

References

Performances

Participate politely in a class discussion.

Teacher Notes

Why is it important to talk and listen to Harcourt Reading/Language Arts others? Program 2001 Wright Group Series

K.1.10 Introduce informational skills to facilitate Where can you go to learn new learning. information? K.1.11 Develop skills to facilitate reading to learn in a variety of content areas. K.1.12 Read independently for a variety of purposes.

With your family, use a variety of resources to find information about bears.

Kindergarten Curriculum Map: Language Arts

K 2.07 Write narrative accounts. K 2.10 Write in response to literature. What are the important components of a story? (beginning, middle, end) Write and illustrate a class story about scarecrows.

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Kindergarten 3rd Grading Period Language Arts Concepts and Skills

K.1.04 Develop and maintain phonemic awareness. K.1.09 Use active comprehension strategies to derive meaning while reading and check for understanding after reading.

Essential Questions

How many claps are in your name?

References

Children's Literature Wright Group Series

Performances

Teacher Notes

After reading or listening to a simple text, answer questions about the story.

What are the important things to remember from a story?

Rigby Series Visit a library and explore various types of books.

K.1.13 Begin to experience various literary and media genres. What kind of books do you like? K.1.14 Develop and maintain a motivation to read. K 2.03 Show evidence of drafting and revision with written work. K 2.06 Experience numerous publishing opportunities. K 2.09 Write expressively using original ideas, reflections, and observations. K 2.11 Write in a variety of modes and genres. K 3.03 Demonstrate knowledge of standard English spelling. What sounds do you use to write this word? Write some words that describe your friends. What things would you include in your story about the field trip? Write to share your experience at the zoo.

Kindergarten Curriculum Map: Language Arts

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Kindergarten 4th Grading Period Language Arts Concepts and Skills

K.1.05 Develop and use decoding strategies. K.1.06 Read to develop fluency, expression, accuracy and confidence. K.1.07 Develop and extend reading vocabulary. K 2.02 Write for a variety of purposes.

Essential Questions

References

Performances Create new words by substituting the initial consonant. Students will read a simple text accurately.

Teacher Notes

What will happen if you change the first Guided Reading by Fountas & letter of a word? Pinnell 1995 Does what you read make sense? Why Harcourt Reading/Language Arts or why not? Program 2001

What do good writers do? K 2.04 Include editing before the completion of finished work. K 2.05 Evaluate own and others' writing. K 3.02 Demonstrate knowledge of standard English mechanics. What makes a story easier to read?

Choose one story from your writer's workshop folder to share with the class.

Write a legible story using correct capitalization and punctuation.

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