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CCSS Second Grade Curriculum Map 2017-2018

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

Text Dependent Questioning

Weeks

Spelling Pattern

Phonics

Cafe’ Accuracy and Fluency

Recipe for Reading

Greek and Latin Roots Scholastic resource

Fluency

60 wpm = MS

30-59 = IP

29 + below = DNM

Cafe’

Reading Skill/Comprehension, Accuracy, Fluency and Vocabulary

Math

Fact Fluency

30 problems in 2 minutes

MS=4 or fewer errors

IP= 5-9 errors

DNM= 10 or more errors

Language/ Writing

Science/

S.S.

Other/

Resources

8/7/17

Week 1

Give Phonics Pre-assessment-pg 221

Recipe for Reading

c-v-c pattern


Give cvc phonics assessment at end of week

(real & nonsense words)

R.F

Fry Sight Words

300+ = MS

200-299 = IP

0-199 = DNM

*SGA

Use a variety of fiction/nonfiction literature  to teach the following CAFE’ Skills:

*3 ways to read a book

*Check for understanding (4 Ws)

*Cross Check (Accuracy)

*Back Up and Reread

*SGA

Fluency

Placement Test


Odd & Even

Fact Families

2.OA.3


Language

Is it a Sentence?

(fragments/full sentences)


Writing-Students will practice writing a complete sentence with proper capitalization and punctuation.

Government & Civic Understanding

SS2CG1

*rules and laws

Use Trade Books

-Give STAR Test

8/14/17

Week 2

Recipe for Reading-

Phonics drill

Magic e syllable type

every, near, add, food

poke, spade, drape, skate, quake, clove, game, mule, fume, wipe, shake, spoke

(Recipe for Reading pg. 100, 132, 133)

Challenge Words/Latin and Greek Roots

Recipe for Reading pg.235  acro, act

acropolis, acrobat, acting, activate

(Recipe for Reading)

Phonics drill

twice a week as needed for whole group or small group- (During Skills Block)

Syllabication (Pounding the syllables in whole group or small group as needed)

Tune into Interesting Words

Expand Vocabulary


Good Fit Books (Lexile lesson)

Good Fit CAFE lesson

Good Fit Books lesson video

Review previous strategies

RL2.1,10: RI2.2


Begin student conferencing (lexile, strengths/weaknesses)

*Set goals based on Cafe’ (comprehension, fluency, accuracy expand vocab.)

Place Value

(ones, tens, hundreds)

2.NBT.1

Language

Subjects

SL.2.1f

Writing-Students will practice writing a complete sentence with proper capitalization and punctuation focusing on subjects..

Government & Civic Understanding

SS2CG1

*rules and laws

Use Trade Books

Rocket Writes a Story


Arthur Writes a Story


The Best Story


Phonics 3 Part Drill Video link:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kx39I-YHpic

8/21/17

Week 3

Recipe for reading

Phonics drill

Vowel Teams

ai and ay

own, below,country,space

aid, maid, gray, chain, quail, sprain, way, stay, playmate, stain, brain, grain

(pg. 125-129)Challenge Words/Latin/Greek Roots Recipe for Reading pg. 235

ag, aster, astr

agenda, agitate, asterisk, astronomy

Phonics  Drill

twice a week as needed for whole group or small group

Syllabication (Pounding the syllables in whole group or small group as needed)

Comprehension

Use Prior Knowledge to Connect to Text

(Examples of mentor texts: Wilson Sat Alone, Kissing Hand books, etc. )

 

 

Fluency and Expand Vocabulary

Voracious Reading

 

RL2.1,10: RI2.2

Place Value:  Using base ten blocks,  number names, & expanded notation

2.NBT.3



Language

Predicates

L.2.1f

Writing sentences with a subject and predicate, proper punctuation and capitalization.

Government & Civic Understanding

SS2CG2a,b,c

*President, Governor, Mayor

Use Trade Books

Check out

Trade books for SS

8/28/17

Week 4

Recipe for Reading

Phonics Drill

Vowel Teams

oa and oe

push, pull, against, space

loaf, roam, doe, foe, toad, tiptoe, boat, coast, toast, boast, groan, hoe

(pg. 122,131)

Challenge Words/Latin/Greek Roots pg. 235 aqua, audio

aquaduct, aquarium, auditory,audiovisual


  

Accuracy

Flip the Sound

Comprehension

Visualization-Make a Mental picture or image

(Bed Head)

Use the pictures…..Do the words and pictures match? (Cross checking: Accuracy)

R.L2.27


Determine Author’s Purpose


RI2.6,8,10

RL2.1,10


Place Value

How can you show numbers in different ways?

2.NBT.1-3


Number Riddles

1 more 1 less, 10 more, 10 less, 100 more, 100 less

2.NBT.8


Skip counting (suggestion: use money to incorporate these skills)

2.NBT.2

Language


Types of Sentences and Punctuation

(declarative and interrogative)


Writing-Students will practice writing declarative and interrogative sentences.

Government & Civic Understanding

SS2CG2a,b, c

*President, Governor, Mayor

Use Trade Books

9/5/17

(4 day week)


Week 5

*Labor Day

Recipe for reading- phonics drill

Vowel teams

ee

eye, they’re, their, there

queen, bleed, sweep, fleet, feet, weed, deep, greet

(pg. 127)

Challenge Words pg. 235

bar, bene, bon,

Barometer, benefit, bonus

 

Comprehension

Visualization:

Make a Mental picture or image

(Bed Head)

Determine Author’s Purpose


RI2.6,8,10

RL2.1,10

 

Comparing 2 and 3 digit numbers

2.NBT.4

Language

Types of Sentences and Punctuation

(imperative and exclamatory)

W.2.1g


Writing-Students will practice writing imperative and exclamatory sentences.

Georgia’s regions and Rivers

SS2G1a.b

Check trade books out from the library

9/11/17

Week 6


Recipe for Reading- Phonics Drill


Vowel teams

ea

several, none, himself, toward

read, head, teach, great, beach, leather, cream, steady, deaf, ready, yeast, lead

Challenge words pg. 235

bio

biology, biosphere, biodome, biome

 

Accuracy

Use Beginning and ending sounds (decoding skills from Recipe for Reading)


Comprehension

Reread text


Retell the Story

BME

Sequencing using transitional words


RL2.1,3,5,10 RI2.1

(Examples of mentor texts to use:

Henry and Mudge

Enormous Turnip

Johnny Appleseed)

Mental Math

Addition properties

2.OA.2


-Doubles plus 1

-Commutative

-Identity

-Making ten

-Doubles

-Counting on

-Associative

    

Language

Common and collective nouns


Writing-

Students will practice writing sentences using collective and common nouns.

Georgia’s regions and Rivers

SS2G1a.b

Check trade books out from the library

9/18/17

Week 7

Recipe for Reading- Phonics Drill


R Controlled Vowels

ar, ir

 both, always, area, knew

spark, sharp, bird, marsh, smirk, charm, third, sir, marble, yarn, twirl, garden

Challenge Words pg. 235 ceed, cent

proceed, percent, centimeter, centenarian

 

OG: 3 Part Drill

Comprehension

Retell the Story

BME

Sequencing using transitional words

Author’s Purpose using fiction, nonfiction, and various other text sources


Introduce the use of evidence based terms to respond to literature


RL2.1,3,5,10 RI2.1

Review of Checking for understanding

 


Mental Math Addition and Subtraction Properties

2.OA.2


-Counting back and up

-Missing addends

-Balancing equations


Language-

Proper Nouns


Writing-


Introduce the RACE method of constructed response.  Begin with RESTATE the question and  answer: Example-What is the date of your birthday?

The date of my birthday is June 7.

This correlates with READING-

Introduce the use of evidence based terms to respond to literature.  


In the Sky

S2E1

S2E2

Check trade books out from the library

9/25/17

Week 8


Recipe for reading

- phonics drill

R controlled Vowels

    or, ur

friends, often, group, together

born, hurt, short, corn, forth, burn, church, sworn, torch, forget, burst, order

Challenge words pg.

dec, deci,

decimeter, decade

 

Review of Checking for understanding


Comprehension

-Ask Questions (who, what, when, where, and how) RL.2.1

-Predict


-Sequence using transitional words


Author’s Purpose

Adding 2 digit numbers with and without regrouping


NBT.5, 7, 9

Language

Adjectives-How do adjectives describe  nouns?

Writing-

Introduce RACE method of constructed response. Cite Evidence and Explain-Show students how to annotate by pulling evidence from a passage or story to support an answer to a question.


From this point forward, integrate RACE across all subjects. RACE should be used to answer all constructed responses in any subject area.

In the Sky

S2E1

S2E2

Check trade books out from the library

10/2/17


4 Day Week

Workday-Friday

Week 9

Recipe for reading- phonics drill

R controlled Vowels

er

tree, school, father, keep

permit, shelter, master, verse, silver, hunter, finger, whisper, stern, winter, temper, number

Challenge words pg. 235

derm

Dermatology, epidermis, bewilder, undermine

Comprehension

Making Predictions with fiction, nonfiction, and poetry

(café p. 160-161)

RL2.1,3,5,10  Ri2.1

Rewrite 2 digit math problems

NBT.5, 7, 9


(Horizontal to Vertical)


2 digit by 2 digit and 2 digit by 1 digit

Review and

Assess  First Nine Week skills

 

RACE-Use constructed response across all content areas. This is

on going throughout the entire school year.

In the Sky

S2E1

S2E2

Check trade books out from the library

10/10/17

4 day week

Columbus Day

Week 10

Recipe for Reading

igh

thought, head, under, story

spotlight, might, twilight, fright, insight, bright, delight, flashlight, slight, night, right, highway(pg. 146)

Challenge words/Latin/Greek Roots (Recipe for Reading pg. 236)

ego, equ

Egocentric, equine

 

Phonics Drill

Fluency

70 wpm = MS

40-69 = IP

39 + below = DNM

Making Predictions with fiction, nonfiction, and poetry

(café p. 160-161)

RL2.1,3,5,10  Ri2.1

Word Problems:  key words


Solve Word Problems using Addition


Addition with regrouping and subtraction without regrouping


2.OA.1


Language

Action Verbs and verb tenses


Writing-

Writing-Introduce informational writing. Topic sentence, 3 facts, closing.


RACE-On going across all content areas for constructed response.

In the Sky

S2E1

S2E2

10/16/17

Week 11

Recipe for Reading

le endings with long vowels

cried, true, leave, family

fable, able, Bible, noble, table, bugle, tangle, bridle, maple, stable, staple, cradle

Challenge words pg. 236

fer, fin

transfer, refer, final, finish

 

Fry Sight Words

400+ = MS

300-399 = IP

0-299= DNM

RL2.2

Folktales and Fables


Recount stories and determine central message


Solving Word Problems- addition and Subtraction


Addition with regrouping and subtraction without regrouping

2.OA.1

 

Language

Adverbs -How do adverbs describe verbs? (quickly, slowly, gently)

Writing

Students will write an informational paragraph with a topic sentence, 3 facts, and a closing.

 

RACE-Ongoing across all content areas for constructed response.

Matter

S2P1

10/23/17

Week 12

le with short vowels

eyes, start, city, earth

snuggle, babble, tattle, sniffle, giggle, apple, bubble, kettle, battle, juggle, ruffle, jiggle

Challenge Words pg.237

Min, max

Minute, minimize, maximum, maxim

 

Comprehension

Literary Elements: plot, characters, setting,

(Use with Folktales and fables)

Problem/Solution

RL2.1,3,5,10  Ri2.1

Measurement

(inches, yard, feet)

2.MD1-6


Language-

Singular and

Plural

nouns


Writing-

Students will write an informational paragraph about matter with a topic sentence, 3 facts and a closing.

RACE-Ongoing across all content areas for constructed response.

Matter

S2P1

10/30/17

Week 13

oo- zoo

Important, easy, children, didn’t

harpoon, bloom, roost, swoop, cartoon, booth, boost, proof, noodle, mushroom, soon, broom

(pg. 158)

Challenge words pg. 237

port

transport, portable, import, export


Literary Elements: plot, characters, setting,

Problem/Solution

RL2.1,3,5,10  Ri2.1


(Use with Folktales and fables)


Compare and Contrast two fiction text using paired passages

-Synthesizing how two stories are the same/different using the literary elements

Measurement (Centimeters and Meters)


2.MD.1-6

Language-

Plurals-

y to ies and f to ves

 

RACE-Ongoing across all content areas for constructed response.

 

Georgia’s Past

SS2H1a, b

*Historical Figures*


SS2H2

SS2G2

*Creek & Cherokee

11/6/17

Week 14

Y as a vowel

Better, hours, piece, door

pry, shy, fry, thy, funny, daddy, gym, hymn, yellow, your, why, try

(pg. 159)

Challenge words pg. 238

veri and sta

verify, station, distastefully

OG: 3 Part Drill

try

Comprehension

Main Idea, Supporting Details, and Summarize using fiction and nonfiction text

RI2.2,3,7,8; RL2.1,3,5,10

Integrate with Historical Figures in SS

Telling Time to the 5 minutes


(using AM & PM)


2.MD.7

Language-

Hissing plurals (es at the end of words that end with s, ch, sh, z) and irregular plurals (foot/feet, person/people)

Writing-

Students will write an informational paragraph on either historical figures or the Creek and Cherokee tribes.

RACE-Ongoing across all content areas for constructed response.

Georgia’s Past

SS2H1a, b

*Historical Figures*


SS2H2

SS2G2

*Creek & Cherokee

11/13/17

Week 15


Hard and Soft C

Sea, what, grow, took

Crash, cliff, class, came, carpet, place, cinch,cone,cent, face, center, cane

(pg. 162)

Challenge words pg. 238-239

vid, vis, zo

evident,video, visible, zoology


Main Idea, Supporting Details, and Summarize using fiction and nonfiction text

RI2.2,3,7,8; RL2.1,3,5,10


Integrate with Historical Figures in SS


Telling Time to the 5 minutes


(using AM & PM)


2.MD.7

 

Language


Commas in a series


Writing-

Students will apply their knowledge of commas in a series and write sentences using commas in a series.


RACE-Ongoing across all content areas for constructed response.

Georgia’s Past

SS2H1a, b

*Historical Figures*


SS2H2

SS2G2

*Creek & Cherokee

11/27/17

Week 16

Hard and Soft G

four, listen, once, peace

grave, glide, gust, gentle, germ, margin, grape, globe, wage, ginger, stage, huge

(pg. 163)


Challenge words:

pencil, crimp, cinder, scant

 


Main Idea, Supporting Details, and Summarize using fiction and nonfiction text

RI2.2,3,6,7,8; RL2.1,3,5,10

Integrate with Historical Figures in SS

Graphs, Charts, and Line Plots

2.MD.9, 10

Language-

Commas in dates and cities and states


Writing-

Friendly Letters

L.2.2b


RACE-Ongoing across all content areas

for constructed response.

Georgia’s Past

SS2H1a, b

*Historical Figures*


SS2H2

SS2G2

*Creek & Cherokee

12/4/17

Week 17

ge, dge

measure, hear, early, second

Stage, wage, strange, barge, ledge, trudge, dodge, judge, bridge, sage, huge, ridge

(pg. 166)


Challenge words:

dredge, smudge, hedge, gorge


ELACC2RF3e

OG: 3 Part Dril


Main Idea of text (What is the author trying to explain, describe, answer?  What is the main idea of the paragraph/passage?)

RI2,3,6

Compare and Contrast(RI9) two nonfiction text using paired passages (Model this strategy)


Integrate with Historical Figures in SS


-Synthesise ways the two historical figures are the same and how they are different, character traits, and their contribution to Georgia

Money

(counting dollars and change)

2.MD.8


Identify Coins/bills and their value

Language-

Commas

-friendly letter

-date

-in a series

-cities and states  


Writing-Friendly letters-Students will write a friendly letter to Santa or to their parent.


RACE-Ongoing across all content areas for constructed response.

Georgia’s Past

SS2H1a, b

*Historical Figures*


SS2H2

SS2G2

*Creek & Cherokee

12/11/17

Week 18

Phonics assessments for report cards

Main Idea of text (what is the author trying to explain, describe, answer?  What is the main idea of the paragraph/passage?)

RI2,3,6

Compare and Contrast two nonfiction text (RI9) using paired passages

(application of this strategy)


Integrate with Historical Figures in SS


-Synthesise two historical figures and how they are the same and how they are different, character traits, and their contribution to Georgia (RI9)

Money

(counting dollars and change)

2.MD.8

Language-

Quotation marks in annotations and dialogue.


Writing-Students will apply their knowledge of quotation marks to write dialogue.

 

RACE-Ongoing across all content areas for constructed response.

Economics

SS2E1-4

12/18/17

2 day week

Review week

Review and Assess Second Nine Week Skills

Review of Skills

or

Money

(counting dollars and change)

2.MD.8


Language

Review language skills-adverbs, verbs, commas, friendly letter.


Writing-Review


RACE-Ongoing across all content areas

for constructed response.

Economics

SS2E1-4

1/4/18

2 day week

Review week

Apply CAFE comprehension, accuracy and fluency strategies using a variety of holiday texts  (fiction/nonfiction, poetry, song lyrics)

Review of Skills

or

Money

(counting dollars and change)

2.MD.8


Language-

Contractions


Writing-

Introduce -Narrative writing, topic sentence, 3 to 5 details, and a closing.

RACE-Ongoing across all content areas

for constructed response.


 

Economics

SS2E1-4

1/8/18

Week 19


Recipe for reading- phonics drill


Contractions

won’t, shouldn’t, isn’t, couldn’t, weren’t, you’re, they’re, we’re, he’s, who’s, they’ll, she’ll, he’ll, we’ll, I’ll


Challenge words:

wouldn’t, can’t, won’t, I’m, wasn’t

 

Fluency

80 wpm = MS

50-79 = IP

49 + below=DNM

Comprehension

Text Features

RI2.5,7,8

Money

(counting dollars and change)

2.MD.8

Language

Contractions


Writing-

Continue introducing narrative writing: topics sentence, 3 to 5 details and a closing.

RACE-Ongoing across all content areas

for constructed response.

Economics

SS2E1-4

1/16/18

4 day week

Week 20

Recipe for reading- phonics drill


oi and oy

watch, busy, real, almost

soil, moist, void, joint, tabloid, coy, toy, enjoy, boy, choice, coin, poison

(pg. 172, 174)


Challenge words:

thyroid, hoist, cirloin, coinage

Fry Sight Words

500+ = MS

400-499 = IP

0-399 = DNM

Text Features

RI2.5,7,8

Subtraction With and Without Regrouping

2.NBT.7

Language

Parts of a nonfiction book-glossary, index, table of contents, title page

 

Writing-

Personal narrative-Students will write a personal narrative about “their dream.”

 

RACE-Ongoing across all content areas

for constructed response.

 

Economics

SS2E1-4


Martin Luther King

SS2H1a,b

SS2CG3

1/22/18

Week 21

Recipe for reading- phonics drill

Endings: y, ly, vy, by, dy, ty, fy, ny, py, sy, my)

of, close, something, seem

muddy, scruffy, hobby, zany, gravy, cozy, snappy, stubby, slimy, lady, rusty, puppy

(pg. 150)


Challenge words:

crisply, lately, grandly, closely

 


Apply the use of Text Features to gain meaning of a text and incorporate into written responses.

Subtraction With and Without Regrouping

2.NBT.7

Language

Personal and possessive pronouns


Writing-

Students will write a personal narrative about a product that they really wanted and what they had to do to save enough money to buy it.


RACE-Ongoing across all content areas for constructed response.

Economics

SS2E1-4

1/29/18
Week 22

       

Recipe for Reading


  ild, old, ind, olt, ost

When, idea, enough, eat

child, wild, scold, kind, behind, colt, most, almost, gold,molt, remind, jolt

(Recipe for Reading pg. 153)


Challenge words:

wildness, hostess, milder, dolt

Phonics Drill

Comprehension

Making Inferences  

RI.6,8, 10

Geometry - Plane Shapes

2.G.1

2.G.2

Language-

Reflexive pronouns


Writing-Personal narrative

RACE-Ongoing across all content areas for constructed response.

Economics

SS2E1-4

2/5/18

Week 23

Recipe for Reading

ing as an ending

done, above, girl, sometimes

planting, camping, willing, standing, grunting, ringing, wishing, fishing, spelling, kissing, sinking, smashing

(Recipe for Reading pg. 178)

Challenge words:

messing, staffing, weeding, scuffing


Phonics Drill

OG: 3 Part Dril


Apply making inferences to fiction, nonfiction, and poetry.

RI6, 8, 10

Geometry - 3D Shapes

2.G.1

2.G.2


Language- Suffixes, and Base Words/ Root Words

RF2.3d

L2.4b,c

 

Writing

Review-Students will write an informational paragraph about Jackie Robinson.

 

RACE-Ongoing across all content areas for constructed response.

Jackie Robinson

SS2H1c

SS2CG3

2/14/18

Week 24


Recipe for Reading

ie- chief

problem, would, complete, room

grief, thief, piece, belief, believe, niece, shield, field, achieve, priest, relief, fierce

(Recipe for Reading pg. 196)

Challenge words:

shielded, cashier, pierce, thieves


Phonics Drill

 

OG: 3 Part Drill

OG: 3 Part


Apply making inferences to fiction, nonfiction, and poetry through written responses.

RI6, 8, 10

Fractions

2.G.3


Language-Prefixes/ Root Words

RF2.3d

L2.4b,c

 

Writing-Students will write a personal narrative about, “If I were president of the United States…”

RACE-Ongoing across all content areas for constructed response.

Jimmy Carter

SS2H1f

SS2CG3

2/26/18

Week 25

Recipe for Reading


ue - rescue

sure, become, won’t, ten

Tissue, issue, argue, avenue, rescue, value, statue, due, continue, fondue, hue, cue

(Recipe for Reading pg. 198)


Challenge words:

subdue, curlicue, retinue, pursue


Phonics Drill

Apply making inferences to fiction, nonfiction, and poetry through written responses.

RI6, 8, 10

Multiplication and Arrays

OA. 2, 4

Language-Singular possessive nouns(apostrophes)


Writing-Introduce persuasive writing using the OREO method. Opinion, reason, explains, restate opinion.

RACE-Ongoing across all content areas for constructed response.

Juliette Gordon Low

SS2H1e

SS2CG3

3/5/18

4 day week

Week 26

Recipe for Reading-

Three Syllable words

better, across, however, low

family, fantastic, forgetful,  butterfly, ladybug, telephone, computer, jellyfish, radio, lemonade, Atlantic, monoplane

(pg. 200)


Challenge words:

hemisphere,complicate, incomplete, calculate

Phonics Drill

Fluency

90 wpm = MS

60-89 = IP

59 + below = DNM

Apply nonfiction reading strategies to learn about important historical figures to Georgia.

 

Multiplication and Arrays

2.OA.2, 4

Language-Review and Assess 3rd Nine Weeks Skills

 

Writing-Persuasive writing-using OREO method: Topic sentence is state opinion, reason, explain, and restate opinion. Suggestion: Students will write a persuasive paragraph.


RACE-Ongoing across all content areas for constructed response.

 

Animal Life Cycles

S2L1

3/12/18

Week 27


Recipe for Reading-

Schwa

during, products, happened, whole

amaze, ago, awake, comma, abuse, salute, adopt, Japan, ultra, galore, adobe, hexagon

(pg. 201)


Challenge words:

excavate, aggravate, cinnamon, chinchilla


Phonics Drill


Fry Sight Words

600+ = MS

500-599 = IP

0-499 = DNM

Point of View

and

Compare and Contrast

RL6,9;  RI6,9

Use Folktales, Fables and Fairy Tales to gain meaning and respond through written response

RL2,6,9

Adding and Subtracting 3 digit numbers in isolation and in Word Problems

2.NBT.6 - 9


Language : Combining Sentences with common subjects or common predicates

L2.1f

Writing-Students will apply their knowledge of combining sentences.


RACE-Ongoing across all content areas for constructed response.

Animal Life Cycles

S2L1

3/19/18

Week 28

Recipe for Reading

tion

remember, early, front, reached

action, lotion, vacation, suction, fraction, section, nation, direction, addition, station, education, notion

Recipe for Reading (pg. 202)


Challenge words:

junction, affliction, foundation, auction


Phonics Drill

Introduce the elements of poetry

RL2.4

Review strategies previously taught and how they are used with poetry.

Adding 2 Digit numbers with 3 and 4 addends

2.NBT.6


Language-

Combining sentences-Compound sentence structure. (fanboys-for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so)


Writing -Students will apply their knowledge of compound

sentence structure to combine two sentences using fanboys.

 

RACE-Ongoing across all content areas for constructed response.

Animal Life Cycles

S2L1


Taught w/

S2E3

*how animals change the environment

3/26/18

Week 29

Recipe for Reading sion

again, problem, complete room

division, vision, television, mission, pension, expression, invasion, extension, confession, tension, conclusion, confusion

(Recipe for Reading pg. 204-205)


Challenge words:

transfusion, explosion, compulsion, oppression


Phonics Drill

Using the elements of Poetry to gain meaning poems. Use a variety of strategies to gain further meaning.  

RL2.4

Missing Addends

2.NBT.7


Language - Multiple Meaning Words Using a Dictionary
L2.4

L.2.4a


Writing -

Students will write poetry.  (Haikus, free verse, couplets, limericks, acrostics, shape)

RACE-Ongoing across all content areas for constructed response.

Plant Life Cycles

S2L1

4/9/18

Week 30

Recipe for Reading ow-snow

shown, draw, space, covered

Elbow, window, thrown, mow, own, show, hollow, bowl, blow, shadow, yellow, snow

(Recipe for Reading pg. 206)


Challenge words:

crowbar, mellow, fellow, fallow


Phonics Drill


Technical Text and Diagrams.

RI2.5, 7

Two Step Word Problems

2.OA.1


Language


Reference Skills


Guide Words

Parts of a Book

Internet


RI.2.5

Writing-Using reference skills to research for an informational paragraph.


RACE-Ongoing across all content areas for constructed response.

 

Plant Life Cycles

S2L1c

4/16/18

Week 31

Recipe for Reading ow, aw

island, upon, half, strong

growl, flaw, drown, dawn, hawk, crowd, shower, lawn, power, law, claw, flower

scowl(Recipe for Reading pg. 168)


Challenge words:

awl, outlaw, tawny


Phonics Drill

Technical Text and Diagrams

RI2.5, 7

Two Step Word Problems

2.OA.1

Language-

Synonyms and antonyms


Writing-Using a thesaurus in writing.


RACE-Ongoing across all content areas for constructed response.

 

 

Plant Life Cycles

S2L1


Taught w/

S2E3

*how plants change the environment

4/23/18

Week 32

Recipe for Reading eigh – eight

young, area, soon, war

eight, sleigh, weigh, neigh, eighty, eighty-eight, eighteen, freight, neighbor, weight, neigh, vein, rein

(Recipe for Reading pg. 194)


Challenge words:

inveigh, dreigh, bantamweight


Phonics Drill


 

Review reading strategies.

Model how to use multiple strategies.  Identify the skill and how it was used.

EQ: How did you use the strategy and how did the strategy help you gain meaning?

Depth of Knowledge questions

Review Skills


-place value

-time

-money

-measurement

-fractions

-Add/Sub regrouping

-word problems

-graphs

Review Skills-Prepare for SGA’s.


RACE-Ongoing across all content areas for constructed response.

Force

*Push & Pull

S2P2

4/30/18

Week 33

Recipe for Reading

oo- good

explain, dry, material, power

cook, stood, shook, wooden, fishhook, understood, foot, hooking, wood, woof, wool, hood

(Recipe for Reading pg. 209)


Challenge words:

hoodwink, brook, undertook, woolen


Phonics Drill



Review Reading strategies.

Model how to use multiple strategies.  Identify the skill and how it was used.

EQ: How did you use the strategy and how did the strategy help you gain meaning?


Depth of Knowledge questions

Review Skills


-place value

-time

-money

-measurement

-fractions

-Add/Sub regrouping

-word problems

-graphs

Review Skills-Prepare for SGA’s.

RACE-Ongoing across all content areas for constructed response.

Force

*Push & Pull

S2P2

5/7/18

Week 34

Review week

SGA Testing

SGA Testing

SGA Testing

5/14/18

Week 35

Recipe for Reading

ou- group

Hundred, against, pattern, numeral

group, route, youth, youthful, you, soup, stoup, crouton, coupe, tour, toucan, marabou

(Recipe for Reading pg. 210)


Challenge words:

croup, troupe, mousse, routine


Phonics Drill

Depth of Knowledge questions with previously taught strategies.


Cause and Effect

Integrating Science  

Suggested Mentor Text:

Jimmy’s Boa Ate the Wash

Extension:

Rounding

Multiplication

Elapsed time

Sub. across zeros

etc...

Language-

Homophones

Writing-Review.

RACE-Ongoing across all content areas for constructed response.

Review Skills

5/21/18

Week 36

Review week

Cause and Effect

Integrating science

Extension:

Rounding

Multiplication

Elapsed time

etc...

Language-

Compound words


Writing-Students will write a friendly letter to future 2nd  graders.

 

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