GRADE LANGUAGE ARTS Number Grading Skill StandardActivity AssessmentNumber Grading Skill StandardActivity Assessmentof unknown words 8 1-6
Vocabulary and Development 3.1.2e Knowledge of prefixes and suffixes to determine word meaning Practice Book, Worksheets, 9 1-6 Use informational and technical materials 3.2.1 3.2.1a Use title, tables of contents, headings, a glossary, or an index to locate information in text Textbook, Books, Practice Books 10 1-6
Comprehension and analysis of grade-level text (Inference) 3.2.2 3.2.2a and support answers using knowledge information from the text Worksheets, Practice Books, Oral Participation 11 1-6
Comprehension and Analysis of grade-level text 3.2.2 3.2.2b Show an understanding by identifying answers in text Worksheets, Tests, Quizzes, Practice Book 12 1-6
Comprehension and Analysis of grade-level text 3.2.2c Recall major points in the text Worksheets, Tests, Quizzes, Oral Participation 13 1-6
Comprehension and Analysis of grade-level text 3.2.2c Make and predictions Oral Participation, Practice Book 14 1-6
Comprehension and Analysis of grade-level text 3.2.2d Distinguish the main idea and supporting detail in text Organizational Tools, Shurley Number Grading Skill StandardActivity Assessment15 1-6
Comprehension and Analysis of grade-level text 3.2.2 3.2.2e Locate appropriate and significant information from text, problems and solutions Practice Book, Worksheets, Tests 16 1-6
Comprehension and Analysis of grade-level text 3.2.2f Follow simple multiple-step written instructions Pages, Practice Book, Tests, Quizzes 17 1-6
Recognize different genres of literature 3.2.1 3.3.1a Use poetry, drama, fiction, and non-fiction Student 18 1-6
Narrative Analysis 3.3.2b Determine characters are like by what they say or do and how they are portrayed by the author Student Product, Student Participation 20 1-6
Narrative Analysis 3.3.2c Determine the theme or authors message in fiction and non-fiction text Student Participation, Teacher Determined Assessment 21 1-6
Narrative Analysis 3.3.2d Recognize that certain words and Student Participation Number Grading Skill StandardActivity Assessmentpatterns can be used to imitate sounds 22 1-6
Narrative Analysis 3.3.2e Identify the speaker or narrator in a selection Oral Participation, Worksheet 23 1-6
Organization and Focus 3.4.1 3.4.1a Find ideas for writing stories and descriptions in conversation, books, magazines, textbook Organizational Tools (ex: Mind Map, Venn Diagram, Brain Storm) 24 1-6
Organization and Focus 3.4.1b Discuss ideas for writing, use diagrams and charts to develop ideas, and make a list or notebook of ideas Diagram, Notebook 25 1-6
Organization and Focus 3.4.1c Create single paragraphs with topic sentences supporting facts and details Finished Product, 26 1-6
Research and Technology 3.4.2 3.4.2a Use various reference materials (dictionary, thesaurus, atlas, Noting references used 27 1-6
Research and Technology 3.4.2b Use a computer to Finished Number Grading Skill StandardActivity Assessmentdraft, revise and publish writing 28 1-6
Evaluation and 3.4.3 3.4.3a evaluate, and revise writing for meaning and clarity Checklist, 29 1-6
Evaluation and 3.4.3b Proofread ones own writing, as well as others, using editing checklist Finished Product with Editing Marks 30 1-6
Evaluation and 3.4.3c Revise writing for others to read, focus and progression of ideas.Finished 31 1-6
Write Narrative 3.5a Provide context within action takes place.Include detail to develop the Finished Product, Rubric 32 1-6
Write descriptive pieces about people, places, things, or experiences 3.5b Develop a unified main idea.Use details to support the main idea.Shurley, Finished 33 3-6
Write personal, persuasive, and formal letters, thank-you notes, 3.5c Show awareness of the knowledge and interests of the Professional Judgment Number Grading Skill StandardActivity Assessmentinvitation audience and establish a purpose and context.Include the date, proper salutation, body, closing and signature.
Rubric, Finished 34 1-6
Use varied word choices to make writing interesting 3.5d Use a thesaurus Shurley, Editing35 1-6
Write for different purposes and to a specific audience or person 3.5e Write to adults, write to students, and write to a newspaper.Finished 36 1-6 Handwriting 3.6.1 3.6.1a Write legibly leaving space between in a sentence, and edges of paper.Finished Professional Judgment 37 1-6
Sentence Structure 3.6.2 Complete sentences of statement, command, question and exclamation.
Finished Product, Shurley, Worksheets 38 1-6
Grammar 3.6.3 3.6.3a Identify and use subjects and verbs that are in agreement.Shurley, Worksheets, Sentences 39 1-6
Grammar 3.6.3b Identify and use past, Shurley, Worksheets, Number Grading Skill StandardActivity Assessmentpresent, and tenses properly Sentences 40 1-6
Grammar 3.6.3c Identify and correctly use pronouns, adjectives, compound nouns, and articles Shurley, Worksheets, Sentences 41 1-6
Punctuation 3.6.4 3.6.4a Use commas in dates, locations, addresses, and items in a series.Worksheets, Finished 42 3.6.5a Capitalize geographical names, holidays, historical periods, special events.
Worksheets, Finished 43 1-6
Spelling 3.6.6 3.6.6a Spell correctly one-syllable words that have blends, contractions, compounds, patterns, homophones.Writing, Finished 44 1-6
Spelling 3.6.6a Arrange words in alphabetical order.45 1-6
Comprehension3.7.1 3.7.1a Retell, paraphrase and explain Professional Judgment Number Grading Skill StandardActivity Assessmentwhat a speaker said.46 1-6<
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Lesson Plans, Answer Keys and Printable MaterialsChapter 1-"Vocabulary Skills "-Students will expand and apply knowledge of grade levelappropriate vocabulary.Chapter 2 -"Process Skills: Think Alouds"-Students will apply comprehension strategies toliterary and expository texts using think aloud prompts and scaffolded support.Chapter 4-"State Simulation Assessments"-Students will apply comprehension skills to literaryand expository texts that simulate high stakes assessments.Chapter 5 -"Family - ILA"-Student will identify story elements and make inferences and drawconclusions based on information in the story, Zero Grandparents.Student will understandelements of character development and infer character traits.Student will use a variety ofstrategies to comprehend reading selections.Chapter 6 -"Community - ILA"-An integrated thematic chapter on community engagesstudents in a series of activities that serves to enhance reading, writing, and thinking skills.Chapter 7-"Friendship - ILA"-An integrated thematic chapter on friendship engages students ina series of activities that serves to enhance reading, writing, and thinking skills.1 of 11Chapter 8-"Tall Tales - ILA"-An integrated thematic chapter on tall tales engages students in aseries of activities that serves to enhance reading, writing, and thinking skills.Chapter 9-"Folktales - ILA"-An integrated thematic chapter on folktales engages students in aseries of activities that serves to enhance reading, writing, and thinking skills.Chapter 10 -"Fairy Tales - ILA"-An integrated thematic chapter on fairy tales engages studentsin a series of activities that serves to enhance reading, writing, and thinking skills.Chapter 11 -"Animals - ILA"-An integrated thematic chapter on animals engages students in aseries of activities that serves to enhance reading, writing, and thinking skills..Total Activities: 130 | Total Worksheets: 24| Total Quizzes: 0 | Total Teaching Materials: 6| Total ChapterTests:0 Odyssey Writer: 12Chapter 1-"Vocabulary Skills "-Students will expand and apply knowledge of grade level appropriatevocabulary.Lesson DescriptionActivity NameTypeLA#Worksheetsand AnswerQuizGuidesTestSynonyms-The student willdemonstrate knowledge bydetermining the meaning ofsynonyms from grade levelappropriate vocabulary, bycorrectly choosing a given wordor phrase that means the samething, in reading activities thatincorporate explicit instructionand application.Interactive Herd: Quiz 1(synonyms)R3003Old Time WordShow: Let MePractice(synonyms)R3004Word Herd: Quiz 2(synonyms)R3005Antonyms-The student willdemonstrate knowledge bydetermining the meaning ofantonyms from grade levelappropriate vocabulary, bycorrectly choosing a given wordor phrase that means theopposite, in reading activitiesthat incorporate explicitinstruction and application.Interactive Herd: Quiz 1(antonyms)R3008Old Time WordShow: Let MePractice(antonyms)R3009Word Herd: Quiz 2(antonyms)R30102 of 11Prefixes-The student will be ableto analyze and determine thecorrect meaning of a word,based on the prefix of the rootword or how the prefix is usedin the context of a passage.Interactive Herd: Quiz 1(prefixes)R3013Old Time WordShow: Let MePractice (prefixes)R3014Word Herd: Quiz 2(prefixes)R3015Suffixes-The student will be ableto analyze and determine thecorrect meaning of a word,based on the suffix of the rootword or how the suffix is usedin the context of a passage.Interactive Herd: Quiz 1(suffixes)R3018Old Time WordShow: Let MePractice (suffixes)R3019Word Herd: Quiz 2(suffixes)R3020Homophones-The student willbe able to identify and select theappropriate homophone orword that sounds the same,based on the context of apassage which fits the bestmeaning of the given word orphrase.Interactive Herd: Quiz 1(homophones)R3023Old Time WordShow: Let MePractice(homophones)R3024Word Herd: Quiz 2(Homophones)R3025Idioms-The student will be ableto identify and analyze theauthor's use of idioms, based onthe context of a passage andhow these expressions are usedin literal and Herd: Quiz 1(idioms)R3028Old Time WordShow: Let MePractice (idioms)R3029Word Herd: Quiz 2(Idioms)R3030Chapter 2 -"Process Skills: Think Alouds"-Students will apply comprehension strategies to literary andexpository texts using think aloud prompts and scaffolded support.Lesson DescriptionActivity NameTypeLA#Worksheetsand AnswerKeysQuizGuidesTest3 of 11Think Aloud Level 1-Use thereading comprehension processskills of summarizing,predicting, visualizing,questioning, and clarifying withextensive scaffolding andsupport, through think aloudprompts.What Are YouThinking?: Level 1Part 1 (fiction)R3108What Are YouThinking?: Level 1Part 2 (poetry)R3109What Are YouThinking?: Level 1Part 3 (poem andR3110What Are YouThinking?: Level 1Part 4(non-fiction)R3111Think Aloud Level 2-Use thereading comprehension processskills of summarizing,predicting, visualizing,questioning, and clarifying withscaffolding and support,through think aloud prompts.What Are YouThinking?: Level 2Part 1(non-fiction)R3112What Are YouThinking?: Level 2Part 2 (fiction)R3113What Are YouThinking?: Level 2Part 3 (poetry)R3114Think Aloud Level 3-Use thereading comprehension processskills of summarizing,predicting, visualizing,questioning, and clarifying toindependently read andcomprehend texts with minimalthink aloud support.What Are YouThinking?: Level 3Part 1 (fiction)R3115What Are YouThinking?: Level 3Part 2 ( will apply comprehension strategies to literary and expository texts.Lesson DescriptionActivity NameTypeLA#Worksheetsand or paraphraseinformation from literary orexpository text containingcontext clues.Summarizing:Interactive 1R3045Summarizing:Quiz 2 (Test Time)R306Characters-Identify characters,and compare and contrastcharacters within a literary text.Characters:Interactive GuidedInstructionR3104Character: Quiz 1R3105Character: Quiz 2R31064 of 11Setting-Identify and describe thesetting(s) in a literary text.Setting: InteractiveGuided InstructionR3098Setting: Quiz 1R309