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CCSS First Grade Curriculum Map 2017-2018  

CAFE Management Guide The CAFE Menu (Linked to Standards) Teacher Guidance    Learning Resources

Text Dependent Questioning                      Teacher Assessment Guide (Report Card)

 

1st 9 weeks

Week

Phonics,

Spelling,

Red Words

Remember to add RIGOR  

CAFE Strategies

Comprehension

Grammar

Writing

Math

Social Studies/Science

RAZ Literature

*Incorporate Writing

Week 0

August 4

1RF2 1RF3 L2d-e

embedded throughout year

1RL10 & 1RI10

L5

embedded throughout year

W7-8 embedded throughout year


Rules/Procedures/

Expectations

(PBIS)

Week 1

August 7-11

1st 9 weeks : 1-250 Fry words

Short o


the, of, and

Good Fit Books

Begin Read to Self

RF4a

SL1a

Daily 5 intro and CAFÉ

Introduce 3 Ways to Read a Book (Pictures, Words,Retell)

SL1.1a

Common Nouns

L1b,

sorting words

L5

Letter formation

1L1a,RF1

Number Sense 0-30-counts sets, reads and writes number

NBT.1


Rules/Procedures/

Expectations

(PBIS)

SS1CG1


SL1

Week 2

August 14-18

Short a


you, that, was

(F) Read grade appropriately leveled text that is a “good fit”

RF4a

Daily 5 intro and CAFÉ

Back up and Reread

SL1

Common Nouns

L1b

sorting words

L5a

Recognize parts of sentence: capitalize first letter, end mark

RF1a L2b

Number Sense 0-30-counts sets, reads and writes number

NBT.1

Positive Character Traits

SS1CG1

Week 3

August 21-25

Short i


for, on, are

(F) practice common sight words and high frequency words

RF4d

Literary Elements (character, setting, key events)

1RL3, 1RL7

Plural Nouns

L1c

Identify & write complete sentences (naming/telling part)

L1j

Addition-addition strategies

OA1,5 -6

Topic 1

Earth & Space Science

Weather/Seasons

(introduction of all)

S1E1

Week 4

Aug 28- Sept 1

Short u


with, his, they

(C) Check for understanding

Begin Listening to Reading

RL1

Literary Elements (character, setting, key events)

1RL3, 1RL7

Proper Nouns

L1b

Declarative & Complete Sentences  L1j

Addition-addition strategies

OA1,.5 -6

Topic 1

Earth & Space Science

Weather/Season

(Summer)

S1E1

Week 5

September 5-8

*4th Labor Day

Short e


this, have, from

(C) Check for understanding

*Read With Someone Sitting EEKK

RL1

Literary Elements (character, setting, key events)

1RL3, 1RL7

Proper Nouns

L1b

Introduce Narrative Writing

1W3

1SL4,5

Addition-addition strategies

OA1,.5 -6

Topic 1

Physical Science

Magnets

S1P1

Week 6

September 11-15

Ch


or, had, by

(A) Chunk letters and sounds

RF3a & b

Ask and answer questions about a literary text

1RL1

1SL3

Word Meanings

Sentence Context

Categories, connections

L4

Narrative Writing

1W3

1SL4,5

Addition - commutative property

OA.3

Physical Science

Magnets

S1P1

Week 7

September 18-22

Sh


but, not, what

(A) Chunk letters and sounds together

RF3a&b

Retelling key details and central message

1RL2

Present Tense Verbs

L1e

Narrative Writing

1W3

1SL4,5

Subtraction- strategies

OA.1,5-6

Topic 2

Physical Science

Magnets

S1P1

(STEM Activities)

Week 8

September 25-29

Th


all, were, when

Compare setting, characters, and events in two texts

1RL9

Present Tense

Verbs

L1e

Narrative Writing

1W3

1SL4, 5

Subtraction- strategies

OA.1,5-6

Topic 2

Earth & Space Science

Weather/Season

(Fall)

S1E1

Week 9

October 2-5

6th- TWD

Wh


your, can, said

(E) Be a voracious reader

RF4b

Differences between fiction/nonfiction

1RL5

Imperative Sentences

L1j

Introduce Informative/Explanatory writing

1W2

Graphs

MD.4

Topic 14

Fluency within 10, addition only*


American Colonies:

B. Franklin, T. Jefferson

SS1G1, SS1H1

 

 

2nd 9 weeks

Week

Phonics,

Spelling,

Red Words

Remember RIGOR  

CAFE Strategies

Comprehension

Grammar

Writing

Math

Social Studies/Science

RAZ Literature

*Incorporate Writing

Week 10

Oct 10-13

9th- Holiday

2nd 9 weeks: 251-300 sight words

Initial blends (l,r,s)


there, use, an

(A) Use beginning and ending sounds

RF2b

Use text features (headings, icons, etc.) to locate key facts

1RI5,1RI6, 1RI10

Possessive Nouns

L1b

Informative/Explanatory Writing

1W2

Subtraction strategies to 12

OA.1,5-6

Topic 4

American Frontier:

Lewis, Clark, Sacagawea

(compass rose)

SS1G1, SS1H1

Week 11

Oct 16-20

ff, ll, ss, zz


each, which, how

(A) Blend sounds, stretch, and read

RF2bc

Use text features (table of contents, glossaries, electronic menus to locate key info.)

1RI5,1RI6, 1RI10

Adjectives

(not assessed)

L1f

Informative/Explanatory Writing

1W2

1SL4,5

Addition/subtraction -12 fact families

OA.5-6

Topic 3-4

National Parks:

T. Roosevelt

SS1G1, SS1H1

Week 12

Oct 23-27

ng and nk


will,other, about

(C) Cause & effect

RF2a-d

Ask and answer questions about informational text

1RI1,1RI7,W8

Past Tense Verbs

L1e

Informative/Explanatory Writing

1W2

Determine unknown in all positions, adding assessed intro subtraction

OA.7-8

Topic 2

Southern U.S.:

GW Carver, Ruby

Bridges

SS1G1, SS1H1

*compare/contrast

Week 13

Oct 30-Nov 3

Magic e (a,e,i,o,u)

out, many, then

(C) Back up and reread

RI15

Compare/contrast in informational text on same topic

1RI9

Future Tense Verbs

L1e

Informative/Explanatory Writing

1W2

Determine unknown by applying commutative property

OA. 3-4, 7-8

Concepts of Patriotism

(Veteran’s Day)

SS1CG2

Week 14

Nov 6-10

Magic e or review


them, these, some

(C) Can make inferences

1RL4

Determine meaning of words (context clues)

1RF4c, 1RL4

1RI4

Singular, plural, common, and proper nouns with matching verbs

(Determiners)

L1h

Informative/Explanatory Writing

1W2

Word problems within 12 and adding 3 numbers

OA.1-2

Topic 4

Concepts of Patriotism

(Veteran’s Day)

SS1CG2

Week 15

Nov 13-17

Ck


her, would, like

(C) Recognize literary elements

1RL3

Review

Literary Elements (character, setting, key events)

1RL3

Interrogative Sentences

L1j

Using asking sentences in writing


1L1j

Shapes attributes

partition circles,squares

(introduced only)

G1,3

Topic 15,16

3 numbers

OA.1-2

Topic 4


Theme- Thanksgiving

(world map relating to Pilgrim voyage)

Week 16

Nov 27- Dec 1

Vowel teams: ee and ea


him, into, time

(E) Tune into interesting words and use new vocabulary in my speaking and writing

Review

Retelling key details and central message

1RL2

Interrogative Sentences

L1j

Digitally Publish Writing

1W6

Place Value

Counting & writing numbers to 60

NBT.1, NBT.2, NBT.7

Topic 8

Goods & Services

SS1E1

Week 17

Dec 4-8

-oa and oe


has, look, more

(E) Use dictionaries, thesauruses, glossaries as tools

1RI5

Review

Ask and answer questions

1RL1, 1RI1

Shades of meaning among verbs

(ex. look, peek, glance, stare)

L5d

Letters to Santa

1W1

Place Value

counting writing numbers to 60

NBT.1, NBT.2, NBT.7

Topic 8

 Producers & Consumers

SS1E3

Week 18

Dec 11-15, 18-19

Review and Assess

(C) Determine and analyze author’s purpose and support with text

1RI8


Review and Assess

Review and Assess

Review and Assess

Graphs, measurement order by length

MD1-2, MD.4

Topic 14

fluency within 15, addition only*


Needs & Wants

SS1E2

SS1E3

SS1E4

 

3rd 9 weeks

Week

Phonics,

Spelling,

Red Words

Remember RIGOR  

CAFE Strategies

Comprehension

Grammar

Writing

Math

Social Studies/Science

RAZ Literature

*Incorporate Writing

Week 19:

Jan. 5-6

3rd 9 weeks: 300-350 Fry Words

Review long vowels


write, see, number

(C) Compare and contrast within and between text)

1RL9

Compare/contrast stories of the same topic

1RL9

Adjectives

L1f

Introduction to Opinion Writing

1W1

Measurement, comparing to a third object - non standard units

word problems with 3 numbers

MD.1-2, OA.2

Topic 5, 12

Review rules/procedures/expectations (PBIS)

SS1CG1

Week 20:

Jan. 8-12

ai,  ay


way, could, where

(C)Compare and contrast within and between text

1RL9

Compare/contrast  characters in literary text

1RL9

Adjectives

Discuss differing intensity of adjs. (large, big, gigantic)

L1f

Opinion Writing

1W1

Shapes 2D-3D, Partitions halves, fourths, quarters

G.1-3

Topic 15

Earth & Space Science

Weather/Season

(Winter)

S1E1

Week 21:

Jan. 16-19

*MLK Jan. 15

ou, ow


than, first, say

(C)Use main idea and supporting details

1RL1

Identify central message and key details in a literary text

1RL2

Pronouns

L1d

Opinion Writing

1W1

commutative and unknown

  • making 10 subtraction as unknown

OA.4

Topic 6

Martin Luther King, Jr.

(compare to Ruby Bridges)

SS1H1

Week 22:

Jan. 22-26

igh


been, any, who

(C)Use main idea and supporting details

1RI2

Identify main topic and key details of informational text

1RI2, 1RI8

Personal Pronouns

L1d

Opinion Writing

1W1

True false sentences, understanding equal sign

determining unknown in all positions

OA. 7-8

Topic 2

Martin Luther King, Jr.

(compare to Ruby Bridges)

SS1H1

Week 23:

Jan 29 -Feb 2

y as a vowel


now, find, came

(C) Can recognize cause and effect

Identify main topic and key details of informational text

1RI2, 1RI8

Intro. Exclamatory Sentences

Review all sent. types

L1j

Opinion Writing

1W1

compares 2 digit numbers < > =

review place value

NBT.3, 2

Physical Science

Light & Shadows

(Groundhog Day)

S1P1

(STEM Activities)

Week 24:

Feb 5-9

y as a vowel


down, come, made

(C) Can use prior knowledge to connect with text

Use text features to locate key facts or info in text

1RI5

Root Words

L4c

Digitally publish writing

1W6

Time - half hour, hour

MD.3

Topic 13

Physical Science

Sound

(Coweta Stem Institute)

S1P1

Week 25

Feb. 12-16

Bossy r (or)


may, part, over

(F) Use punctuation to enhance phrasing

 

Use reference materials to locate key facts or info in text

1RI5

Compound Sentences and Conjunctions

L1ij, L6

     Narrative writing

1W3

Time - half hour, hour

MD.3

Topic 13

Concepts of Patriotism

(President’s Day)

SS1CG2

Week 26:

Feb. 26-Mar 2

Bossy r (ar)


new, only, little

(C) Can summarize text, including sequence of main events

Identify differences between narrative and nonfiction texts

1RL5

Compound sentences and conjunctions

L1g

 

Informative writing

1W2

10 more/10 less subtracting multiples of 10, review graphs

NBT.6-7

Topic 9, 11

Student’s Location

on the Map

(Me on the Map)

SS1G2

Week 27:

Mar. 5-8


9th TWD

Bossy r

(er, ir, ur)

(Reading context)

know, place,  live

Review and Assess

Review: capitalizing first word, names of people, dates.

L2c

Opinion Writing

1W1

adding 2 digits(within 50) + multiples of 10 to 2 digit number

NBT.4-5,7

Topic 10

fluency within 10 subtraction only*

 

Landforms

SS1G3

 

 

4th 9 weeks

Week

Phonics,

Spelling,

Red Words

Remember RIGOR  

CAFE Strategies

Comprehension

Grammar

Writing

Math

Social Studies/Science

RAZ Literature

*Incorporate Writing

Week 28:

Mar. 12-16

4th 9 weeks:

351-400 sight words

oo as in zoo


back, give, most

(C) Can infer with evidence

Identify who is telling the story at various points in literary text

1RL6

Compound Sentences and conjunctions

L1g

Digitally publish writing

1W2

Addition/Subtraction to 20 word problems, unknowns in all positions

OA.1,6,8

Topic 5-6

Continents

SS1G3

Week 29:

Mar. 19-23

Hard and Soft C


very, after, things

(C) Can predict what will happen next and use text to confirm

Poetry

1W6, RL10

Commas in a series and date

L2c

Poetry

1W6,RL10

Count, write and read 120

graphs,

= sign with T/F

NBT.1, 3,  MD.4

Topic 7

Oceans

SS1G3

Week 30:

Mar. 26-30

Hard and Soft G


our, just, good

(E) Use prior knowledge and context to predict and confirm meaning

Poetry

1W6, RL10

Review all parts of speech

L1a-k

Poetry

1W6,RL10

Shapes, fractions

G.1-3

Topic 15,16

Earth & Space Science

Weather/Season

(Spring)

S1E1

Week 31:

April 9-13

-le endings


here, off, again

(C) Determine and analyze author’s purpose and support with text

Review: using reference materials: table of contents, glossary

1RI5

Prepositions

Review: Pronouns (indefinite and possessive)

L1i, d

     Narrative writing

1W3

Time, measurement, place value

MD.3, MD.1, NBT.4

Topic 13, 10,11

Life Science

Plants

S1L1

Week 32:

April 16-20

aw, au


try, went, ask

(C) Make a mental picture or mental image

Describe connections between 2 individuals, events, ideas, or pieces of info 1RI3

Use affixes and root words to determine word meanings

L4b,c

  Informative writing

1W2

addition within 100

digit to 1 digit or multiples of 10

NBT.4-5


Life Science

Plants

(review GW Carver)

S1L1

Week 33:

April 23-27

Word endings


why, here, because

(C) Ask questions throughout the reading process

Describe connections between 2 individuals, events, ideas, or pieces of info

1RI3

Review parts of speech

L1a-k

Opinion Writing

1W1

subtracting multiples of 10 from multiples of 10

NBT.6

Topic 9

Life Science

Plants

S1L1

(STEM Activities)

Week 34:

Apr. 30- May 4

Review

(E) Use pictures, illustrations and diagrams

Research Projects

1W7

Review

Digitally Publish Writing

1W2

comparing numbers

NBT.3

Life Science

Animals

S1L1

Week 35:

May 7-11

oi, oy


does, around, want

(F) Can reread text.

(C) I can monitor and fix up.

Research Projects

1W7

Review all sentence types

L1j

Review

Review

Fluency within 15 mixed +-

Life Science

Animals

S1L1

Week 36:

May 14-18

Review

Review

Review

Review

Review

Review

Life Science

Animals

(review T.Roosevelt)

S1L1

Week 37

May 21-25

Review

Review

Review

Review

Review

Review

Life Science

Animals

S1L1

(STEM Activities)

*Weeks 35-37: Review all skills through thematic units for remediation and acceleration.  

 

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