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Understands similarities and differences among children,

families, and communities


Monitors personal behavior
Science
K
T2 T3
Cantiague ES
2013-2014
Writing
Jericho Public Schools
T2 T3
Speaking and Listening
English Language Arts
Kindergarten Report Card
Grading Descriptors
4- Consistently demonstrates knowledge; understands, applies and
extends concepts and skills that have been taught
3- Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of concepts and skills
that have been taught
2- Beginning to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of concepts
and skills that have been taught
1- Demonstrates minimal understanding of concepts and skills that have
been taught
9- Not taught yet
Applies print concepts
Demonstrates phonological awareness
Uses phonics and word recognition skills
Reading Literature and Informational Text
Evaluates key ideas and details
Utilizes craft and structure of the text
Integrates knowledge and ideas
Exhibits the ability to comprehend and collaborate
Participates in the presentation of knowledge and ideas
Applies conventions of standard English
Utilizes knowledge of language
Produces a variety of text types with attention to purpose
(narrative, expository, opinion)
Demonstrates production and distribution of writing
Utilizes research to build and present knowledge in the
content areas
Knows number names and count sequence
Compares numbers
Counts to tell the number of objects
Analyzes compares, creates, and composes shapes
Classifies objects in categories
Works with numbers 11-19 to gain foundations for place
value
Operations and Algebraic Thinking
Understands addition as putting together and adding to
Understands subtraction as taking apart and taking from
Communicates scientific ideas effectively using content
vocabulary
Understands how structures and functions of plants and
animals help meet their needs
Mathematics
Follows rules
Comes prepared to learn
Actively engages in learning
Works independently
Accepts constructive criticism
Perseveres when challenged
Uses class time productively
Organizes work space and materials
Speaks and acts respectfully
Works cooperatively in a group
Uses appropriate conflict resolution strategies
T1 T2 T3
C- Consistently demonstrates
I- Inconsistently demonstrates
N- Not apparent yet
Personal Development
Reading: Foundation Skills
School:
School Year:
T2 T3
Social Studies T2 T3
10153
A, A
Teacher:
2013-2014
Describes and compares measurable attributes
Describes weather and seasonal changes as they affect
plants and animals
Understands that all communities have rules and that
members have certain rights and responsibilities
Understands basic map skills and how people are
affected by and adapt to their physical environment
Understands how we learn about historical events and
ways in which they shape our lives
Understands that people work in order to meet their
basic wants and needs
Personal Development Descriptors
Independent Learning Skills
Counting and Cardinality
Geometry
Identifies and describes shapes (e.g., squares, circles,
triangles, rectangles, hexagons, cubes, cones, cylinders
and spheres)
Measurement and Data
Number and Operations in Base Ten
Social Learning Skills
First Trimester Comments
Music
T2 T3
Third Trimester Comments
2013-2014
Demonstrates basic motor and manipulation skills
Actively and safely participates in physical activities
T3
Second Trimester Comments
Absent 0 0 0
Art
Demonstrates age-appropriate art concepts
Utilizes teamwork and cooperation skills
Attendance T2
Jericho Public Schools
Kindergarten Report Card
K
Demonstrates basic music skills
Utilizes teamwork and cooperation skills
T1 T3
T2 T3
Demonstrates knowledge of age-appropriate fitness
concepts
Utilizes teamwork and cooperation skills
T2 Physical Education
Tardy 0 0 0
Demonstrates basic art skills
Demonstrates age-appropriate music concepts
Exhibits the ability to comprehend and collaborate
Integrates knowledge and ideas
Counting and Cardinality
Jericho Public Schools
K
Kindergarten Standards
Descriptions
Knows number names and count sequence
Skip counts by 2s, 5s, 10s
Counts to 100 by ones and tens
Counts forward from a given number
Writes numbers from 0 to 20
English Language Arts
Applies conventions of standard English
Prints upper and lower-case letters
Uses frequently occurring nouns and verbs
Forms regular plural nouns orally by adding /s/ or /es/ (e.g.,
dog, dogs; wish, wishes)
Understands and uses question words (e.g., who, what, where,
when, why, how)
Utilizes knowledge of language
With guidance and support, identifies new meanings for familiar
words and applies them accurately
With guidance and support, uses the most frequently occurring
inflections and affixes (e.g., -ed, -s, re-, un-, pre-, -ful, -less) as a clue
to the meaning of an unknown word
With guidance and support, sorts common objects into categories
(e.g., shapes, foods) to gain a sense of the concepts the categories
represent
With guidance and support, demonstrates understanding of
frequently occurring verbs and adjectives by relating them to their
opposites (antonyms)
With guidance and support, identifies real-life connections
between words and their uses (e.g., note places at school that are
colorful)
With guidance and support, distinguishes shades of meaning
among verbs describing the same general action (e.g., walk, march,
strut, prance) by acting out the meanings
Measurement and Data
Demonstrates phonological awareness
Recognizes and produces rhyming words
Counts, pronounces, blends, and segments syllables in spoken
words
Isolates and pronounces the initial, medial vowel, and final
sounds in consonant-vowel-consonant, or CVC words
Adds or substitutes individual sounds in simple, one-syllable
words to make new words
Applies print concepts
Follows words from left to right, top to bottom, and page by page
Recognizes that spoken words are represented in written
language by specific sequences of letters
Understands that words are separated by spaces in print
Recognizes and names all upper- and lowercase letters of the
alphabet
Evaluates key ideas and details
Mathematics
Reading: Foundational Skills
Participates in the presentation of knowledge and ideas
Follows agreed-upon rules for discussions (e.g., listening to others
and taking turns speaking about the topics and texts under
discussion)
Continues a conversation through multiple exchanges
Writing
Demonstrates production and distribution of writing
With guidance and support, responds to questions and suggestions
from peers and adds details to strengthen writing as needed
With guidance and support, explores a variety of digital tools to
produce and publish writing, including in collaboration with peers
Utilizes research to build and present knowledge in the content areas
Produces a variety of text types with attention to purpose
(narrative,expository, opinion)
English Language Arts
Classifies objects in categories
Sort by size and position
Sort by length and height
Reading Literature and Informational Text
Utilizes craft and structure of the text
Comprehends various grade-level texts
Recognizes common types of texts (e.g., storybooks, poems)
Names the author and illustrator of a story and defines the role of
each in telling the story
Speaking and Listening
Describes and compares measurable attributes
Describes and compares size, length, and weight
Uses phonics and word recognition skills
Demonstrates basic knowledge of one-to-one letter-sound
correspondences
Associates the long and short sounds with common spellings for
the five major vowels
Reads common high-frequency words by sight (e.g., the, of, to,
you, she, my, is, are, do, does)
Distinguishes between similarly spelled words by identifying the
sounds of the letters that differ
Understands how families and communities represent
diverse cultures and traditions
Monitors personal behavior
T1
Science
1
T1 T2 T3
A, A
Cantiague ES
2013-2014
Demonstrates phonological awareness
Applies print concepts
Uses phonics and word recognition skills
Demonstrates fluency
Reading Literature and Informational Text
Evaluates key ideas and details
Utilizes craft and structure of the text
Integrates knowledge and ideas
Exhibits the ability to comprehend and collaborate
Participates in the presentation of knowledge and ideas
Applies conventions of standard English
Utilizes knowledge of language
Produces a variety of text types with attention to purpose
(narrative, expository, opinion)
Demonstrates production and distribution of writing
Utilizes research to build and present knowledge in the
content areas
Tells and writes time and money
Extends the counting sequence to 120
Understands place value
Uses place value understanding and properties of
operations to add and subtract.
Adds within 20
Understands and applies properties of operations and
the relationship between addition and subtraction
Represents and solves word problems involving addition
and subtraction
Describes the stages in the life cycles of living organisms
Describes the effect of forces on objects
Understands how structures and functions of plants and
animals help meet their needs
Classifies objects based on their properties
Communicates scientific ideas effectively using content
vocabulary
Writing
Subtracts within 20
Jericho Public Schools
T1 T2 T3
Speaking and Listening
English Language Arts
First Grade Report Card
Grading Descriptors
4- Consistently demonstrates knowledge; understands, applies and
extends concepts and skills that have been taught
3- Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of concepts and skills
that have been taught
2- Beginning to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of concepts
and skills that have been taught
1- Demonstrates minimal understanding of concepts and skills that have
been taught
9- Not taught yet
Mathematics
Follows rules
Comes prepared to learn
Actively engages in learning
Works independently
Accepts constructive criticism
Perseveres when challenged
Uses class time productively
Organizes work space and materials
Speaks and acts respectfully
Works cooperatively in a group
Uses appropriate conflict resolution strategies
T2 T3
C- Consistently demonstrates
I- Inconsistently demonstrates
N- Not apparent yet
Personal Development
Reading: Foundation Skills
School:
School Year:
T1 T2 T3
Social Studies T1 T2 T3
10153
Teacher:
2013-2014
Measures lengths indirectly and by iterating length units
Represents and interprets data
Understands how we use our senses to process
information
Understands how individuals have rights and responsibilities
within the communities to which they belong
Understands basic map skills and how people depend on
and modify their physical environment
Understands that families and communities change over time and
that historical sources reveal information about how life in the past
differs from life in the present
Understands that all people need to make economic decisions in
order to meet their basic needs and wants
Personal Development Descriptors
Geometry
Reasons with shapes and their attributes
Measurement and Data
Number and Operations in Base Ten
Operations and Algebraic Thinking
Independent Learning Skills
Social Learning Skills
First Trimester Comments
Music
T1 T1 T2 T2
T2
T3 T3
T3
Third Trimester Comments
2013-2014
Second Trimester Comments
Engages in simple conversations; provides and obtains
information; expresses feelings and emotions, in pairs,
groups, and to an audience of listeners
Recognizes cognates, families of words and spoken
language on a variety of age-appropriate topics
Demonstrates understanding of the nature of language
and culture through comparisons of the Spanish
language and English or other world languages
Demonstrates understanding and knowledge of other
disciplines through application in the world language
1
Absent 0 0 0
Art
Demonstrates age-appropriate art concepts
Utilizes teamwork and cooperation skills
Attendance T2
Jericho Public Schools
First Grade Report Card
Demonstrates basic music skills
Utilizes teamwork and cooperation skills
T1 T3
T1 T2 T3
T1
Demonstrates knowledge of age-appropriate fitness
concepts
Actively and safely participates in physical activities
Demonstrates basic motor and manipulation skills
Utilizes teamwork and cooperation skills Utilizes teamwork and cooperation skills
Physical Education
Tardy 0 0 0
World Languages
Demonstrates basic art skills
Culture, Connections, Comparisons
Communication-(Interpersonal, Interpretive, Presentational)
Demonstrates age-appropriate music concepts
Utilizes craft and structure of the text
Asks and answers questions to determine the meaning of words
and phrases in a text
Distinguishes between information provided by pictures or other
illustrations and information provided by the words in a text
Knows and uses various text features (e.g., headings, tables of
contents, glossaries, electronic menus, icons) to locate key facts or
information in a text
Demonstrates production and distribution of writing
With guidance and support, focuses on a topic, responds to
questions and suggestions from peers; and adds details to strengthen
writing as needed
With guidance and support, sequences a story with a beginning,
middle and end
With guidance and support, uses a variety of digital tools to
produce and publish writing
1
First Grade Standards
Descriptions
Jericho Public Schools
Applies print concepts
Recognizes the distinguishing features of a sentence (e.g., first
word, capitalization, ending punctuation)
English Language Arts
Mathematics
Reading: Foundational Skills
Reading Literature and Informational Text-cont.
English Language Arts
Demonstrates phonological awareness
Distinguishes long vowel sounds in spoken single-syllable words
Blends sounds to produce single-syllable words
Isolates and pronounces initial, medial vowel, and final sounds in
single-syllable words
Identifies syllables and individual sounds in words
Demonstrates fluency
Reads on-level text orally with accuracy, appropriate rate, and
expression
Uses context to confirm or self-correct word recognition and
understanding, rereading as necessary
Uses phonics and word recognition skills
Knows the spelling-sound correspondences for common
consonant digraphs
Decodes regularly spelled one-syllable words
Knows final -e and common vowel team conventions for
representing long vowel sounds
Uses knowledge that every syllable must have a vowel sound to
determine the number of syllables in a printed word
Decodes two-syllable words following basic patterns by breaking
the words into syllables
Recognizes and reads grade-appropriate irregularly spelled words
Evaluates key ideas and details
Comprehends key details in a text
Retells stories, including key details
Demonstrates understanding of the main idea of a text
Describes characters, settings, and major events in a story, using
key details
Integrates knowledge and ideas
Uses the illustrations and details in a text to describe key ideas
Identifies the reasons an author gives to support points in a text
Identifies basic similarities in and differences between two texts
on the same topic
Exhibits the ability to comprehend and collaborate
Follows agreed-upon rules for discussions (e.g., listening to others,
speaking one at a time)
Builds on others talk in conversations by responding to the
comments of others
Asks questions to clear up any confusion about the topics and
texts under discussion
Participates in the presentation of knowledge and ideas
Describes people, places, things, and events with relevant details,
expressing ideas and feelings clearly
Adds drawings or other visual displays to descriptions when
appropriate to clarify ideas, thoughts, and feelings
Applies conventions of standard English
Prints all upper- and lowercase letters
Uses parts of speech correctly (e.g. nouns, verbs, pronouns,
adjectives, conjunctions, and prepositions)
Produces and expands complete simple and compound
declarative, interrogative, imperative, and exclamatory sentences
Utilizes research to build and present knowledge in the content areas
Participates in shared research and writing projects (e.g., explore a
number of how-to books on a given topic and use them to write
a sequence of instructions)
With guidance and support, recalls information from experiences
or gathers information from provided sources to answer a question
Utilizes knowledge of language
With guidance and support, uses sentence-level context as a clue
to the meaning of a word or phrase
With guidance and support, uses prefixes and suffixes as clues to
the meaning of a word
With guidance and support, identifies root words
Represents and interprets data (Asks and answers questions about
the total number of data points, how many in each category, and
how many more or less in one category than another)
Tells and writes time and money
Recognizes and identifies coins, their names, and their values
Tells time to hour and half-hour
Understands place value (e.g., A two-digit number represents tens
and ones.)
Ten can be thought of as a bundle of 10 ones
Two digit numbers represent tens and ones
The numbers 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80 and 90 refer to 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,
6, 7, 8 and 9 tens, and 0 ones
Operations and Algebraic Thinking
Understands and applies properties of operations and the
relationship between addition and subtraction. (e.g., 1+3 = 3+1;
1+(2+3) = (1+2)+3)
Reading Literature and Informational Text
Speaking and Listening
Writing
Measurement and Data
Numbers and Operations in Base Ten
Understands how communities can be
characterized as urban, suburban, and rural
Monitors personal behavior
T1
Science
2
T1 T2 T3 T1 T2 T3
A, A
Cantiague ES
2013-2014
Reading: Literature and Information Text
Integrates knowledge and ideas
Exhibits the ability to comprehend and collaborate
Participates in the presentation of knowledge and ideas
Writing
Applies conventions of standard English
Utilizes knowledge of language/vocabulary acquisition
Produces a variety of text types with attention to purpose
(narrative, expository, opinion)
Demonstrates production and distribution of writing
Utilizes research to build and present knowledge in the
content areas
Measures and estimates lengths in standard units
Uses addition and subtraction to solve word
problems involving lengths
Plots whole numbers on a number line
Understands place value
Uses place value understanding and properties of
operations to add and subtract
Adds and subtracts within 100
Represents and solves problems involving addition and
subtraction
Works with equal groups of objects to gain foundations for
multiplication
Describes the stages in the life cycles of living organisms
Understands how structures and functions of plants
and animals help meet their needs
Recognizes natural cycles and patterns (Earth and space)
Understands different types of weather and climate
Communicates scientific ideas effectively using content
vocabulary
Jericho Public Schools
Demonstrates fluency
Uses phonics and word recognition skills
Evaluates key ideas and details
Utilizes craft and structure of the text
Speaking and Listening
English Language Arts
Second Grade Report Card
Grading Descriptors
4- Consistently demonstrates knowledge; understands, applies and
extends concepts and skills that have been taught
3- Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of concepts and skills
that have been taught
2- Beginning to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of concepts
and skills that have been taught
1- Demonstrates minimal understanding of concepts and skills that have
been taught
9- Not taught yet
Mathematics
Follows rules
Comes prepared to learn
Actively engages in learning
Works independently
Accepts constructive criticism
Perseveres when challenged
Uses class time productively
Organizes work space and materials
Speaks and acts respectfully
Works cooperatively in a group
Uses appropriate conflict resolution strategies
T2 T3
C- Consistently demonstrates
I- Inconsistently demonstrates
N- Not apparent yet
Personal Development
Reading: Foundation Skills
School:
School Year:
Understands the interdependence of plants and animals
within their environment
T1 T2 T3
Social Studies T1 T2 T3
10153
Teacher:
2013-2014
Represents whole-number sums and differences
on a number line
Draws and uses picture graphs and bar graphs with a
specific unit scale to represent and interpret data
Describes the factors that help to promote good health
Understands the concept of democracy in American
communities
Understands basic map skills and how geography
influences the development and lifestyles of communities
Understands how communities make economic
decisions in order to meet their wants and needs
Understands how history affects our communities
Works with time and money
Personal Development Descriptors
Geometry
Reasons with shapes and their attributes
Measurement and Data
Number and Operations in Base Ten
Operations and Algebraic Thinking
Independent Learning Skills
Social Learning Skills
First Trimester Comments
Music
T1 T1 T2 T2
T2
T3 T3
T3
Third Trimester Comments
2013-2014
Second Trimester Comments
Engages in simple conversations; provides and obtains
information, expresses feelings and emotions, in pairs,
groups, and to an audience of listeners
Recognizes cognates, families of words and spoken
language on a variety of age-appropriate topics
Demonstrates understanding of the nature of language
and culture through comparisons of the Spanish
language and English or other world languages
Demonstrates understanding and knowledge of other
disciplines through application in the world language
2
Absent 0 0 0
Art
Demonstrates age-appropriate art concepts
Utilizes teamwork and cooperation skills
Attendance T2
Jericho Public Schools
Second Grade Report Card
Demonstrates basic music skills
Utilizes teamwork and cooperation skills
T1 T3
T1 T2 T3
T1
Demonstrates knowledge of age-appropriate fitness
concepts
Actively and safely participates in physical activities
Demonstrates basic motor and manipulation skills
Utilizes teamwork and cooperation skills
Physical Education
Tardy 0 0 0
World Languages
Demonstrates basic art skills
Culture, Connections, Comparisons
Communication-(Interpersonal, Interpretive, Presentational)
Demonstrates age-appropriate music concepts
Participates in the presentation of knowledge and ideas
Tells a story or recounts an experience with appropriate facts and
relevant, descriptive details, speaking audibly in coherent sentences
Creates audio recordings of stories or poems; adds drawings or other
visual displays to stories; or recounts of experiences when appropriate
to clarify ideas, thoughts, and feelings
Integrates knowledge and ideas
Explains how specific images contribute to and clarify a text
Describes how reasons support specific points the author makes in
a text
Compares and contrasts the most important points presented by two
texts on the same topic
2
Jericho Public Schools
English Language Arts
Demonstrates production and distribution of writing
With guidance and support, focuses on a topic and strengthens
writing as needed by revising and editing
With guidance and support, uses a variety of digital tools to produce
and publish writing, including in collaboration with peers
Applies conventions of standard English
Uses collective nouns, irregular plural nouns (e.g., feet, children), and
reflective pronouns (e.g., myself, ourselves)
Uses appropriate verb tense
Uses adjectives and adverbs
Produces complete simple and compound sentences
Capitalizes holidays, product names, and geographic names
Uses correct punctuation (e.g. commas, apostrophes)
Consults reference materials, including beginning dictionaries, as
needed to check and correct spellings
Utilizes knowledge of language/vocabulary acquisition
Uses context clues to understand the meaning of a word or phrase
Determines the meaning of the new word formed when a known prefix
is added to a known word (e.g., happy/unhappy, tell/retell)
Uses a known root word as a clue to the meaning of an unknown word
with the same root (e.g., addition, additional)
Uses glossaries and beginning dictionaries, both print and digital, to
determine or clarify the meaning of words and phrases
Distinguishes shades of meaning among closely related verbs and
closely related adjectives
Understands place value
Three digit numbers represent hundreds, tens, ones
Counts within 1,000; skip counts by 5s, 10s, 100s
Reads and writes numbers to 1,000 using numbers and words
Compares numbers using , =
Demonstrates fluency
Reads on-level text orally with accuracy, appropriate rate and
expression
Uses context to confirm or self-correct word recognition and
understanding, rereading as necessary
Uses phonics and word recognition skills
Distinguishes long and short vowels when reading one-syllable words
Knows spelling-sound correspondences for common vowel teams
Decodes regularly spelled, two-syllable words with long vowels
Decodes words with common prefixes and suffixes
Identifies words with inconsistent but common spelling-sound
correspondences
Recognizes and reads grade-appropriate irregularly spelled words
Evaluates key ideas and details
Comprehends key details in a text
Recounts stories, including fables and folktales, from diverse cultures
Demonstrates understanding of the main idea or lesson of a text
Describes characters, settings, and major events in a story, using key
details
Mathematics
Operations and Algebraic Thinking
Reading: Foundational Skills
Exhibits the ability to comprehend and collaborate
Follows agreed-upon rules for discussions
Builds on others talk in conversations by linking their comments to
the remarks of others
Asks for clarification and further explanation as needed about the topics
and texts under discussion
Writing
Utilizes research to build and present knowledge in the content areas
Participates in shared research and writing projects
Recalls information from experiences or gathers information from
provided sources to answer a question
Produces a variety of text types with attention to purpose
(narrative,expository, opinion)
English Language Arts
Reading Literature and Informational Text
Utilizes craft and structure of the text
Describes how words and phrases supply rhythm and meaning in a
story, poem, or song
Describes the overall structure of a story
Articulates differences in the points of view of characters
Second Grade Standards
Descriptions
Speaking and Listening
Understands how culture is reflected in food, clothing,
shelter, and family life among world cultures
Monitors personal behavior
T1
Science
3
A, A
Cantiague ES
2013-2014
Reading: Literature and Information Text
Writing
Uses phonics and word recognition skills
Demonstrates fluency
Evaluates key ideas and details
Utilizes craft and structure of the text
Integrates knowledge and ideas
Exhibits the ability to comprehend and collaborate
Participates in the presentation of knowledge and ideas
Applies conventions of standard English
Utilizes knowledge of language/vocabulary acquisition
Produces a variety of text types with attention to purpose
(narrative, expository, opinion)
Demonstrates production and distribution of writing
Utilizes research to build and present knowledge in the
content areas
Solves problems involving measurement and estimation
of intervals of time, liquid volumes, and masses of objects
Understands concepts of area and relates area to
multiplication.
Draws and uses a scaled picture graph and a scaled bar
graph to represent data
Uses place value understanding and properties of
operations to perform multi-digit arithmetic
Develops understanding of fractions as numbers
Multiplies within 100
Divides within 100
Understands the properties of multiplication and the
relationship between multiplication and division
Understands that energy exists in different forms and can
change (e.g., electricity, heat, light and sound)
Describes the effect of forces on objects. (e.g., magnetism)
Understands how structures and functions of plants and
animals help meet their needs
Describes the stages in the life cycles of living organisms
Understands the interdependence of plants and animals
within their environment
Analyzes and interprets data to construct, formulate, and
communicate conclusions
Jericho Public Schools
T1 T2 T3
Speaking and Listening
English Language Arts
Third Grade Report Card
Grading Descriptors
4- Consistently demonstrates knowledge; understands, applies and
extends concepts and skills that have been taught
3- Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of concepts and skills
that have been taught
2- Beginning to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of concepts
and skills that have been taught
1- Demonstrates minimal understanding of concepts and skills that have
been taught
9- Not taught yet
T1 T2 T3 Mathematics
Follows rules
Comes prepared to learn
Actively engages in learning
Works independently
Accepts constructive criticism
Perseveres when challenged
Uses class time productively
Organizes work space and materials
Speaks and acts respectfully
Works cooperatively in a group
Uses appropriate conflict resolution strategies
T2 T3
C- Consistently demonstrates
I- Inconsistently demonstrates
N- Not apparent yet
Personal Development
Reading: Foundation Skills
School:
School Year:
T1 T2 T3
Social Studies
10153
Teacher:
2013-2014
Understands how world communities and people make
decisions about how to meet their needs and wants
Recognizes perimeter as an attribute of plane figures and
distinguishes between linear and area measures
Understands the properties of matter and their physical
and chemical changes
Understands similarities and differences among
governments and citizenship roles around the world
Understands how people interact with their environment
in order to have food, clothing, shelter, and transportation
Understands how continuity and change affect world
communities
Personal Development Descriptors
Measurement and Data
Number and Operations in Base Ten
Geometry
Reasons with shapes and their attributes
Number and Operations in Fractions
Operations and Algebraic Thinking
Represents and solves problems involving multiplication and
division
Solves problems involving operations; identifies and explains
patterns
Independent Learning Skills
Social Learning Skills
First Trimester Comments
Music
T1 T1 T2 T2
T2
T3 T3
T3
Third Trimester Comments
2013-2014
Second Trimester Comments
Demonstrates understanding of the nature of language
and culture through comparisons of the Spanish
language and English or other world languages
Demonstrates understanding and knowledge of other
disciplines through application in the world language
3
Absent 0 0 0
Art
Demonstrates age-appropriate art concepts
Utilizes teamwork and cooperation skills
Attendance T2
Jericho Public Schools
Third Grade Report Card
Demonstrates basic music skills
Utilizes teamwork and cooperation skills
T1 T3
T1 T2 T3
T1
Demonstrates knowledge of age-appropriate fitness
concepts
Utilizes motor and manipulation skills in combination
during physical activities
Participates safely and responsibly in physical activities
Utilizes teamwork and cooperation skills
Physical Education
Tardy 0 0 0
Engages in simple conversations; provides and obtains
information; expresses feelings and emotions, in pairs,
groups, and to an audience of listeners
Recognizes cognates, families of words and spoken
language on a variety of age-appropriate topics
World Languages
Demonstrates basic art skills
Culture, Connections, Comparisons
Communication-(Interpersonal, Interpretive, Presentational)
Demonstrates age-appropriate music concepts
Applies conventions of standard English
Uses nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs correctly
Forms and uses regular and irregular plural nouns.
Uses abstract nouns
Forms and uses regular and irregular verbs
Forms and uses verb tenses.
Ensures subject-verb and pronoun-antecedent agreement
Forms and uses comparative and superlative adjectives and
adverbs
Uses coordinating (e.g., and, but) and subordinating (e.g., if, then)
conjunctions
Produces simple, compound, and complex sentences
3
Jericho Public Schools
English Language Arts
English Language Arts
Uses phonics and word recognition skills
Identifies and knows the meaning of the most common prefixes.
Decodes words with common Latin suffixes
Decodes multi-syllable words
Reads grade-appropriate irregularly spelled words
Integrates knowledge and ideas
Uses information gained from illustrations and the words in a text
to demonstrate understanding of the text
Describes the logical connection between particular sentences and
paragraphs in a text
Compares and contrasts the most important points and key details
presented in two texts on the same topic
Evaluates key ideas and details
Asks and answers questions to demonstrate
understanding of a text
Recounts stories, including fables, folktales, and myths,
from diverse cultures
Determines the main idea using key details in the text
Describes characters in a story and explains how their
actions contribute to the sequence of events
Describes the relationship between a series of
historical events, scientific ideas/concepts, or steps in
technical procedures in a text
Reading: Foundational Skills
English Language Arts
Speaking and Listening
Demonstrates fluency
Reads on-level prose and poetry orally with accuracy,
appropriate rate, and expression
Uses context to confirm or self-correct word
recognition and understanding, rereading as necessary
Exhibits the ability to comprehend and collaborate
Comes to discussions prepared, having read or studied required
material
Follows agreed-upon rules for discussions
Ask questions to check understanding of information presented
and stays on topic
Participates in the presentation of knowledge and ideas
Reports on a topic or text, tells a story, or recounts an experience
with appropriate facts and relevant, descriptive details, speaking
clearly at an understandable pace
Creates engaging audio recordings of stories or poems that
demonstrate fluid reading at an understandable pace; adds visual
displays when appropriate to emphasize or enhance certain facts or
details
Speaks in complete sentences when appropriate to task and
situation in order to provide requested detail or clarification
Utilizes craft and structure of the text
Determines the meaning of words and phrases as they
are used in a text, distinguishing literal from nonliteral
language
Refers to parts of stories, dramas, and poems when
writing or speaking about a text, using terms such as
chapter, scene, and stanza; describes how each successive
part builds on earlier sections
Distinguishes personal point of view from that of the
narrator or those of the characters.
Uses text features and search tools to locate
information relevant to a given topic efficiently
Distinguishes personal point of view from that of the
author of a text
Demonstrates production and distribution of writing
With guidance and support, produces writing in which the
development and organization are appropriate to task and purpose
With guidance and support, develops and strengthens writing as
needed by planning, revising, and editing
Utilizes knowledge of language/vocabulary acquisition
Uses context as a clue to the meaning of a word or phrase
Determines the meaning of the new word formed when a known
affix is added to a known word (e.g., agreeable/disagreeable,
comfortable/uncomfortable)
Use a known root word as a clue to the meaning of an unknown
word with the same root (e.g., company, companion)
Use glossaries or beginning dictionaries, both print and digital, to
determine or clarify the precise meaning of key words and phrases
Distinguish shades of meaning among related words that describe
states of mind or degrees of certainty (e.g., knew, believed, suspected,
heard, and wondered)
Utilizes research to build and present knowledge in the content areas
Conducts short research projects that build knowledge about a
topic
Recalls information from experiences or gathers information from
print and digital sources
Reading Literature and Informational Text
Reading Literature and Informational Text -cont.
Third Grade Standards
Descriptions
Writing
Applies the area and perimeter formulas for rectangles in
real world problems
Adds and subtracts mixed numbers with like denominators
Multiplies a fraction by a whole number
Understands decimal notation for fractions and compares
decimal fractions
Solves word problems involving operations with fractions
Understands significant characteristics of New York and
its diverse peoples
Monitors personal behavior
T1
Science
A, A
Analyzes and interprets data to construct, formulate, and
communicate conclusion
4
Uses phonics and word recognition skills
Demonstrates fluency
Reading: Literature and Information Text
Evaluates key ideas and details
Utilizes craft and structure of the text
Integrates knowledge and ideas
Exhibits the ability to comprehend and collaborate
Participates in the presentation of knowledge and ideas
Writing
Applies conventions of standard English
Utilizes knowledge of language
Produces a variety of text types with attention to purpose
(narrative, expository, opinion)
Demonstrates production and distribution of writing
Utilizes research to build and present knowledge in the
content areas
Draws and identifies lines and angles, and classifies shapes
by properties of their lines and angles
Displays data measurements in fractions of a unit (1/2, 1/4,
1/8) on a line plot; solves problems based upon operations
with fractions using a line plot
Understands concepts of angles and measures angles
Solves problems involving measurement and conversion of
measurements from a larger unit to a smaller unit (e.g., 1
foot is 12 times as long as 1 inch; 4 feet = 48 inches)
Generalizes place value understanding for multi-digit
whole numbers
Uses place value understanding and properties of
operations to perform multi-digit arithmetic
Understands fraction equivalence and ordering
Understands and explains the concepts behind adding and
subtracting fractions
Decomposes a fraction into a sum of fractions with the same
denominator (e.g. 3/8=1/8+1/8+1/8 or 3/8=2/8+1/8)
Understands factors and multiples
Generates and analyzes patterns
Uses the four operations with whole numbers to solve
problems
Describes the effect of forces on objects (e.g., magnetism,
gravity, friction and simple machines)
Understands that energy exists in different forms and can
change forms through interactions with matter
Understands how structures and functions of plants and
animals help meet their needs
Describes the stages in the life cycles of living organisms
Understands the interdependence of plants and animals
within their environment
Jericho Public Schools
T1 T2 T3
Speaking and Listening
English Language Arts
Fourth Grade Report Card
Grading Descriptors
4- Consistently demonstrates knowledge; understands, applies and
extends concepts and skills that have been taught
3- Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of concepts and skills
that have been taught
2- Beginning to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of concepts
and skills that have been taught
1- Demonstrates minimal understanding of concepts and skills that have
been taught
9- Not taught yet
T1 T2 T3 Mathematics
Follows rules
Comes prepared to learn
Actively engages in learning
Works independently
Accepts constructive criticism
Perseveres when challenged
Uses class time productively
Organizes work space and materials
Speaks and acts respectfully
Works cooperatively in a group
Uses appropriate conflict resolution strategies
T2 T3
C- Consistently demonstrates
I- Inconsistently demonstrates
N- Not apparent yet
Personal Development
Reading: Foundation Skills
Cantiague ES School:
T1 T2 T3
Social Studies
10153 Teacher:
2013-2014
Uses the four operations to solve word problems involving
distances, intervals of time, liquid volumes, masses of
objects, and money, including problems involving simple
fractions or decimals
Understands the interactions of the Earths land, air
and water relative to geology and weather
Understands how geography, people and the environment
interact to shape the development of New York and the
United States
Understands government and citizenship roles in New
York and the United States
Understands how the New York economy contributes to
the United States and the world
Understands how historical continuity and change affect
New York and the United States
Personal Development Descriptors
Operations and Algebraic Thinking
Geometry
Measurement and Data
Number and Operations in Base Ten
Number and Operations in Fractions
Independent Learning Skills
Social Learning Skills
First Trimester Comments
Music
T1 T1 T2 T2
T2
T3 T3
T3
Third Trimester Comments
2013-2014
Second Trimester Comments
Engages in simple conversations; provides and obtains
information; expresses feelings and emotions, in pairs,
groups, and to an audience of listeners
Recognizes cognates, families of words and spoken
language on a variety of age-appropriate topics
Demonstrates understanding of the nature of language and
culture through comparisons of the Spanish language and
English or other world languages
Demonstrates understanding and knowledge of other
disciplines through application in the world language
4
Absent 0 0 0
Art
Demonstrates age-appropriate art concepts
Utilizes teamwork and cooperation skills
Attendance T2
Jericho Public Schools
Fourth Grade Report Card
Demonstrates basic music skills
Utilizes teamwork and cooperation skills
T1 T3
T1 T2 T3
T1
Demonstrates knowledge of age-appropriate fitness
concepts
Utilizes motor and manipulation skills in combination
during physical activities
Participates safely and responsibly in physical activities
Utilizes teamwork and cooperation skills
Physical Education
Tardy 0 0 0
World Languages
Demonstrates basic art skills
Demonstrates an understanding of the practices (social
interactions) , products (food, games, books) and
perspectives (attitudes, values, beliefs) of the Hispanic
culture
Culture, Connections, Comparisons
Communication-(Interpersonal, Interpretive, Presentational)
Demonstrates age-appropriate music concepts
4
Fourth Grade Standards
Descriptions
Jericho Public Schools
English Language Arts
Uses phonics and word recognition skills
Uses many strategies to accurately read unfamiliar multisyllabic
words in context and out of context
Reading: Foundational Skills
Writing
Produces a variety of text types with attention to purpose
(narrative,expository, opinion)
Applies conventions of standard English
Uses appropriate parts of speech (e.g. nouns, pronouns,
adjectives)
Uses appropriate verb tenses
Forms and uses prepositional phrases
Produces complete sentences, recognizing and correcting
inappropriate fragments and run-ons
Uses correct capitalization and punctuation (e.g. commas,
quotation marks)
Spells grade-appropriate words correctly
English Language Arts
Demonstrates fluency
Reads on-level texts with accuracy, appropriate rate, and
expression
Uses context to confirm or self-correct word recognition and
understanding
Integrates knowledge and ideas
Analyzes how visual and multimedia elements contribute to the
meaning, tone, or beauty of a text
Compares and contrasts the overall structure of two or more texts
Utilizes multiple sources to locate an answer to a question
Explains how an author uses evidence to support particular
point(s)
Integrates information from several texts on the same topic in
order to write or speak about a subject knowledgeably
Integrates knowledge and ideas
Analyzes how visual and multimedia elements contribute to the
meaning, tone, or beauty of a text
Compares and contrasts the overall structure of two or more texts
Utilizes multiple sources to locate an answer to a question
Explains how an author uses evidence to support particular
point(s)
Integrates information from several texts on the same topic in
order to write or speak about a subject knowledgeably
Demonstrates production and distribution of writing
Produces clear and coherent writing in which the development and
organization are appropriate to task, purpose, and audience
Develops and strengthens writing as needed by planning, revising,
and editing
Uses technology, including the Internet, to produce and publish
writing as well as to interact and collaborate with others
Demonstrates sufficient command of keyboarding skills to type a
minimum of one page in a single sitting
English Language Arts
Evaluates key ideas and details
Refers to details and examples in a text when explaining what the
text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text
Summarizes the text
Uses details from a text to explain relationships between
characters, settings, events, ideas, or concepts
Evaluates key ideas and details
Refers to details and examples in a text when explaining what the
text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text
Summarizes the text
Uses details from a text to explain relationships between
characters, settings, events, ideas, or concepts
Participates in the presentation of knowledge and ideas
Reports on a topic or text; tells a story; or recounts an experience
in an organized manner
Speaks clearly at an understandable pace
Adds audio recordings and visual displays to presentations when
appropriate to enhance the development of main ideas or themes
Uses formal English when appropriate to task and situation
Exhibits the ability to comprehend and collaborate
Comes to discussions prepared, having read or studied required
material
Follows agreed-upon rules for discussions and carries out
assigned roles
Poses and responds to specific questions to clarify or follow up on
information
Mathematics
Understands decimal notation for fractions and compares decimal
fractions
Expresses 3/10 as 30/100 and adds 3/10 + 4/100 = 34/100
Rewrites 0.62 as 62/100; describe a length as 0.62meters; locates
0.62 on a number line
Understands and explains the concepts behind adding and
subtracting fractions
Adding fractions is joining parts of a whole
Subtracting fractions is separating parts of a whole
Reading Literature and Informational Text
Utilizes craft and structure of the text
Determines the meaning of words and phrases in a text
Explains how components of a text fit together to provide the
overall structure of a text
Describes how a narrators or speakers point of view
influences how events are described
Compares and contrasts the overall structure of two or more texts.
Analyzes multiple accounts of the same event, noting important
similarities and differences in the point of view they represent
Utilizes research to build and present knowledge in the content areas
Conducts short research projects that build knowledge through
investigation of different aspects of a topic
Recalls relevant information from experiences or gathers relevant
information; from print and digital sources; takes notes; categorizes
information, and provides a list of sources
Draws evidence from literary or informational texts to support
analysis, reflection, and research
Utilizes knowledge of language
Chooses punctuation for effect
Uses context clues to understand the meaning of a text
Uses common, grade-appropriate Greek and Latin roots as clues
to the meaning of a word
Consults reference materials to clarify the meaning of key words
and phrases
Explains the meaning of simple similes and metaphors
Recognizes and explains the meaning of common idioms, adages,
and proverbs
Demonstrates understanding of words by relating them to their
opposites and to words with similar meanings
Number and Operations - Fractions
Speaking and Listening
Understands how geography has affected the
development of nations in the western hemisphere
Monitors personal behavior
T1
Science
Understands fraction equivalence and ordering
5
Uses phonics and word recognition skills
Demonstrates fluency
Reading: Literature and Information Text
Evaluates key ideas and details
Utilizes craft and structure of the text
Integrates knowledge and ideas
Exhibits the ability to comprehend and collaborate
Participates in the presentation of knowledge and ideas
Writing
Applies conventions of standard English
Utilizes knowledge of language/vocabulary acquisition
Produces a variety of text types with attention to purpose
(narrative, expository, opinion)
Demonstrates production and distribution of writing
Utilizes research to build and present knowledge in the
content areas
Graphs points on the coordinate plane to solve real-
world and mathematical problems
Classifies two-dimensional figures into categories based
on their properties
Understands concepts of volume
Displays data measurements in fractions of a unit (1/2,
1/4, 1/8) on a line plot; solves problems based upon
operations with fractions using a line plot
Converts like measurement units within a given
measurement system
Understands the place value system
Performs operations with multi-digit whole numbers
Performs operations with decimals to the hundredths
Adds and subtracts fractions
Multiplies and divides fractions
Applies and extends understanding of fractions to real
world problems
Writes and interprets numerical expressions
Analyzes patterns and relationships
Understands how structure and functions of living
organisms help them adapt to their environment
Understands structure and functions of a cell
Understands genetics and heredity
Understands the properties of matter and their physical
and chemical changes
Identifies and compares the properties of rocks and
minerals
Analyzes and interprets data to construct, formulate, and
communicate conclusion
Jericho Public Schools
Speaking and Listening
T1 T2 T3
English Language Arts
Fifth Grade Report Card
Grading Descriptors
4- Consistently demonstrates knowledge; understands, applies and
extends concepts and skills that have been taught
3- Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of concepts and skills
that have been taught
2- Beginning to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of concepts
and skills that have been taught
1- Demonstrates minimal understanding of concepts and skills that have
been taught
9- Not taught yet
T1 T2 T3 Mathematics
Follows rules
Comes prepared to learn
Actively engages in learning
Works independently
Accepts constructive criticism
Perseveres when challenged
Uses class time productively
Organizes work space and materials
Speaks and acts respectfully
Works cooperatively in a group
Uses appropriate conflict resolution strategies
T2 T3
C- Consistently demonstrates
I- Inconsistently demonstrates
N- Not apparent yet
Personal Development
Reading: Foundation Skills
Cantiague ES School:
T1 T2 T3
Social Studies
10153
A, A
Teacher:
2013-2014
Understands the interdependence of plants and animals
within their environment
Understands how historical continuity and change affect
nations in the western hemisphere
Understands similarities and differences among
governments and citizenship roles in western
hemisphere nations
Understands the development of and interdependence
among western hemisphere nations
Personal Development Descriptors
Geometry
Measurement and Data
Number and Operations in Base Ten
Number and Operations in Fractions
Operations and Algebraic Thinking
Independent Learning Skills
Social Learning Skills
First Trimester Comments
Music
T1 T1 T2 T2
T2
T3 T3
T3
Third Trimester Comments
2013-2014
Second Trimester Comments
Engages in simple conversations; provides and obtains
information; expresses feelings and emotions, in pairs,
groups, and to an audience of listeners
Recognizes cognates, families of words and spoken
language on a variety of age-appropriate topics
Demonstrates understanding of the nature of language and
culture through comparisons of the Spanish language and
English or other world languages
Demonstrates understanding and knowledge of other
disciplines through application in the world language
5
Absent 0 0 0
Art
Demonstrates age-appropriate art concepts
Utilizes teamwork and cooperation skills
Attendance T2
Jericho Public Schools
Fifth Grade Report Card
Demonstrates basic music skills
Utilizes teamwork and cooperation skills
T1 T3
T1 T2 T3
T1
Demonstrates knowledge of age-appropriate fitness
concepts
Utilizes motor and manipulation skills in combination
during physical activities
Participates safely and responsibly in physical activities
Utilizes teamwork and cooperation skills
Physical Education
Tardy 0 0 0
World Languages
Demonstrates basic art skills
Demonstrates an understanding of the practices (social
interactions), products (food, games, books) and
perspectives (attitudes, values, beliefs) of the Hispanic
culture
Culture, Connections, Comparisons
Communication-(Interpersonal, Interpretive, Presentational)
Demonstrates age-appropriate music concepts
5
Fifth Grade Standards
Descriptions
Jericho Public Schools
English Language Arts
Uses phonics and word recognition skills
Uses many strategies to accurately read unfamiliar multisyllabic
words in context and out of context
Reading: Foundational Skills
Writing
Applies conventions of standard English
Uses conjunctions, prepositions, and interjections
Adjusts verb tense and recognizes inappropriate shifts in verb
tense
Uses either/or, neither/nor
Uses correct capitalization and punctuation (e.g. commas,
quotation marks)
Punctuates titles of works
Spells grade-appropriate words correctly
English Language Arts
Demonstrates fluency
Reads on-level texts with accuracy, appropriate rate, and
expression
Uses context to confirm or self-correct word recognition and
understanding
Integrates knowledge and ideas
Analyzes how visual and multimedia elements contribute to the
meaning, tone, or beauty of a text
Compares and contrasts the overall structure of two or more texts
Utilizes multiple sources to locate an answer to a question
Explains how an author uses evidence to support particular
point(s)
Integrates information from several texts on the same topic in
order to write or speak about a subject knowledgeably
Demonstrates production and distribution of writing
Produces clear, coherent, well-developed, and organized pieces of
writing
With guidance and support from peers and adults, develops and
strengthens writing
Uses technology, including the Internet, to produce and publish
writing
Demonstrates sufficient command of keyboarding skills to type a
minimum of two pages in a single sitting
English Language Arts
Evaluates key ideas and details
Quotes accurately from a text when explaining one's
understanding of a text
Determines a theme of a text
Summarizes the text
Uses details from a text to explain relationships between
characters, settings, events, ideas, or concepts
Participates in the presentation of knowledge and ideas
Uses logically sequenced ideas, as wells as appropriate and
relevant facts, to support main ideas being presented
Includes multimedia components and visual displays in
presentations to enhance the development of main ideas or theme as
appropriate
Speaks clearly at an understandable pace
Exhibits the ability to comprehend and collaborate
Comes to discussions prepared, having read or studied required
material
Poses/responds to specific questions to/by peers and adults and
elaborates on the remarks of others
Follows agreed-upon rules for discussions and carries out
assigned roles
Evaluates conclusions based on information and knowledge
gained from discussions
Mathematics
Understands concepts of volume
relates volume to multiplication and addition
Reading Literature and Informational Text
Utilizes craft and structure of the text
Determines the meaning of words and phrases in a text
Explains how components of a text fit together to provide the
overall structure of a text
Describes how a narrators or speakers point of view
influences how events are described
Compares and contrasts the overall structure of two or more texts
Analyzes multiple accounts of the same event, noting important
similarities and differences in the point of view they represent
Utilizes research to build and present knowledge in the content areas
Conducts short research projects that use several sources to build
knowledge about a topic
Incorporates relevant experiential information in written work
Summarizes or paraphrase information in notes and finished
work, and provides a list of sources
Draws evidence from literary or informational texts to support
analysis, reflection, and research
Utilizes knowledge of language/vocabulary acquisition
Expands, combines, and reduces sentences for meaning,
reader/listener interest, and style
Determines or clarifies meaning of unknown or multiple meaning
words by using context clues, Greek and Latin affixes and roots, or
by consulting reference materials
Demonstrates understanding of figurative language, word
relationships (e.g., synonyms, antonyms, homographs) and nuances
in word meaning
Recognizes and explains the meaning of common idioms, adages,
and proverbs
Measurement and Data
Speaking and Listening