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Reading: Mrs.

Davis/Mathews Elementary
Standards Based Evidence: 2
nd
Grade-1
st
Quarter
Gradecard
standards
Demonstrates
fluency and
accuracy on
grade level texts
Comprehends grade level literature Comprehends grade level informational
text
Quarterly skills
Demonstrates fluency,
accuracy, and
comprehension in
reading grade level
texts
Identify story
elements in
literature and
informational
texts
Describe
story
structure
including
beginning,
middle, and
end
Identify the
main idea in
literature and
informational
text

Identify the
authors
purpose
persuade,
inform, or
entertainme
nt
Identify story
elements in
literature and
informational
text
Describe
story
structure
including
beginning,
middle, and
end
Identify the
main idea in
literature and
informational
text

Identify story
elements in
literature and
informational
text)
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Reading continued: Mrs. Davis/Mathews Elementary
Standards Based Evidence: 2
nd
Grade-1
st
Quarter
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Applies phonics skills in decoding
words
Applies word analysis in decoding
words
Compares and contrasts a variety
of texts

Quarterly skills

Generalize learned spelling patterns
when writing words

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Writing: Mrs. Davis/Mathews Elementary
Standards Based Evidence: 2
nd
Grade-1
st
Quarter

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standards
Writes grade appropriate
pieces-opinion,
informative, and narrative
Strengthens writing by
revising and editing
Uses a variety of tools to
produce and publish
writing
Participates in shared
research and
writing projects
Quarterly skills
Effectively use the writing process to
produce grade-appropriate works
that demonstrate ideas,
organization, and conventions with
a focus on narrative writing.
Effectively use the writing process to
produce grade-appropriate works
that demonstrate ideas,
organization, and conventions with
a focus on narrative writing.

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Speaking and Listening: Mrs. Davis/Mathews Elementary
Standards Based Evidence: 2
nd
Grade-1
st
Quarter

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Participates in
collaborative
conversations
Asks and answers
questions from oral
presentations to clarify
and deepen
understanding
Recounts or describes key
ideas & details
Speaks audibly in
coherent sentences
Language: Mrs. Davis/Mathews Elementary
Standards Based Evidence: 2
nd
Grade-1
st
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Uses grammar,
capitalization,
punctuation, and spelling
Determines or clarifies
meanings of
unknown words, multiple-
meaning words,
and phrases
Quarterly skills


Applies new vocabulary in reading,
writing, and speaking




























MathOperations and Algebraic Thinking: Mrs. Davis/Mathews Elementary
Standards Based Evidence: 2
nd
Grade-1
st
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Uses adding and subtracting within
100 tosolve one- and two-step
word problems
Fluently adds and subtracts within
20 using mental strategies
Uses addition and arrays to build a
foundation for multiplication
Quarterly skills
Key language of word problems. Add/subtract within 20
fluently using mental
strategies
Represent and solve
addition/subtraction
problems within 25
Fact families
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MathNumber and Operations in Base Ten: Mrs. Davis/Mathews Elementary
Standards Based Evidence: 2
nd
Grade-1
st
Quarter

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standards
Understands place value within
1000
Uses place value understanding
and properties of operations to
add and subtract within 1000
Explains why addition and
subtraction strategies work
Quarterly skills
Read and write numbers within 120
Place value of tens and ones.
Compare two-digit numbers using <, >, =
Odd and even
Explains how to use a number line
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MathMeasurement and Data: Mrs. Davis/Mathews Elementary
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Grade-1
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MathGeometry: Mrs. Davis/Mathews Elementary
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Measures and estimates
lengths in
standard units
Tells and writes time to the
nearest five minutes using
a.m. and p.m.
Solves word problems
involving dollar bills
and coins
Represents and interprets
data in a variety of
graphs
Quarterly skills
Measure using appropriate tools in
inches and centimeters, compare
lengths
Tell time to the half hour with a.m.
and p.m.
Identify coins by name and value
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Recognizes, draws, and
manipulates shapes and
their attributes
Draws and describes
fractional parts (halves,
thirds, and fourths)
Quarterly skills
Identify attributes and names of 2D
and 3D shapes


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Science-Force and Motion: Mrs. Davis/Mathews Elementary
Standards Based Evidence: 2
nd
Grade-1
st
Quarter

Gradecard
standards
A force is a push or pull Motion is affected by
friction and gravity
Magnetism is a force that
can move certain objects
Inclined planes and levers
can push or pull
Quarterly skills
Make observations using simple
tools
Identifies simple tools by name a
purpose
Make qualitative observations
using the five senses
Make observations using simple
tools
Identifies simple tools by name a
purpose
Make qualitative observations
using the five senses
Explain that magnets attract and
repel each other and certain
materials
Describe magnetism as a force
that can push or pull other objects
without touching them
Make observations using simple
tools
Identifies simple tools by name a
purpose
Make qualitative observations
using the five senses
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Social Studies--Civics: Mrs. Davis/Mathews Elementary
Standards Based Evidence: 2
nd
Grade-1
st
Quarter

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standards
Majority rule Rights and responsibilities of
citizens
Common good Community needs

Quarterly skills
Explain and apply majority rule

Explain the difference between
rights and responsibilities of citizens
Describe the importance of
Pledge of Allegiance
Explain the importance of
promoting the common good
Describe how community
authoritative decisions are made
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