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Information Fluency: Priority Benchmark Skills and Assessments

Grade 1
STANDARDS AND
BENCHMARKS
ASSESSMENTS
INDICATORS
STANDARD 1: USING INQUIRY TO BUILD UNDERSTANDING
Inquiry Phase: Connect

1.1 Share what is known about the


general topic to elicit and make
connections to prior knowledge.

1.1 What Do You Already


Know About Your Topic?

1.2 Recognizes that fiction and


picture books are organized by the
authors last name in A-B-C order.

1.2 How Are Picture Books


Organized in the Library?

1.3 Distinguishes between fact and


opinion.

1.3 Recognizing Facts and


Forming Opinions

1.4 Finds facts and briefly


summarizes them via writing,
drawing, or verbalization to
answer research questions.
1.5 Draws a conclusion about the
main idea with guidance.

1.4 Using Facts to Answer


Questions

Inquiry Phase: Wonder


Inquiry Phase: Investigate

Inquiry Phase: Construct

1.5 Picturing the Main Idea of


a Story

Inquiry Phase: Express


Inquiry Phase: Reflect

1.6 Asks, What do I wonder


about now?
1.7 Identifies own strengths and
sets goals for improvement.

1.6 Now I Wonder. . .


1.7 Knowing and Learning in
the Library