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St.

Lucie County Public Schools Literacy Scope and Sequence


Course: Reading Grade: K Course Code: 5010050 Q: 1
Strand: Reading Process
Standard: The student demonstrates knowledge of the concept of print and how it is organized and read.
Essential Questions: How does a good reader move through a book?

Concept Map DI Student Activities


Literacy Routine DI Teacher Resources
Click on the hyperlinked benchmarks and standards for instructional resources.
NGSSS CONTENT/CONCEPTS OBJECTIVES
The student will: Concepts of Print I can:
LA.K.1.1.1 - locate a printed Locate a word find a word on a page.
word on a page; -
LA.K.1.1.2 - distinguish letters Concepts of Print find a letter in a word.
from words; and Distinguish letters from find a word in a sentence.
words
LA.K.1.1.5 - identify parts of a Concepts of Print explain the parts of a book.
book (e.g., front cover, back Parts of a book
cover, title page); o Front cover
o Back cover
o Title page

Strand: Reading Process


Standard: The student demonstrates phonological awareness.
Essential Questions:
How do I make rhyming words?
How do I take sounds apart to find out how many words there are in a sentence?

NGSSS CONTENT/CONCEPTS OBJECTIVES


The student will: Phonological Awareness I can:
LA.K.1.2.1 - auditory segment Segment sentences into clap words in a sentence.
sentences into the correct words
number of words;
LA.K.1.2.2 - identify, blend, and Phonological clap syllables in words.
segment syllables in words; Awareness
Blends
Syllables
LA.K.1.2.3 - recognize and Phonological Awareness tell if words rhyme.
produce words that rhyme; and Rhyming words make a word that rhymes.
LA.K.1.2.4 - identify, blend, and Phonological Awareness tell if words rhyme.
segment onset and rime. Blend onset and rime
Segment
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Strand: Reading Process
Standard: The student demonstrates phonemic awareness.
Essential Questions:
How do sounds of letters make words?
What are the different ways letters make sounds?

NGSSS CONTENT/CONCEPTS OBJECTIVES


The student will: Phonemic Awareness I can:
LA.K.1.3.1 - identify initial, final, Identify initial identify letters matched to a
and medial phonemes (sounds) phonemes in CVC words sound.
in consonant/vowel/consonant name beginning sounds in CVC
(CVC) words (e.g., “sat”); words.
tell whether words and sounds
are the same or different.
Identify which word is
different.

Strand: Reading Process


Standard: The student demonstrates phonemic awareness.
Essential Questions:
How do sounds of letters make words?
What are the different ways letters make sounds?

NGSSS CONTENT/CONCEPTS OBJECTIVES


The student will: Phonemic Awareness I can:
LA.K.1.3.1 - identify initial, final, Identify initial identify letters matched to a
and medial phonemes (sounds) phonemes in CVC words sound.
in consonant/vowel/consonant name beginning sounds in CVC
(CVC) words (e.g., “sat”); words.
tell whether words and sounds
are the same or different.
Identify which word is
different.

Strand: Reading Process


Standard: The student uses multiple strategies to develop grade appropriate vocabulary.
Essential Questions: How can I learn and use new words?
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NGSSS CONTENT/CONCEPTS OBJECTIVES
The student will Vocabulary Development I can:
LA.K.1.6.1 - use new vocabulary Name pictures of learn and use new vocabulary.
that is introduced and taught common items and name pictures.
directly; events.
LA.K.1.6.2 - listen to and discuss Vocabulary Development listen to books as they are
both familiar and conceptually Listen and discuss text being read.
challenging text; Use descriptive words discuss the books I’ve
LA.K.1.6.3 - describe common heard.
objects and events in both learn new vocabulary from
general and specific language; stories and by listening to
the teacher.
Use new vocabulary over
and over to help me learn
it.
LA.K.1.6.4 - identify and sort Vocabulary Development use words to describe objects.
common words into basic Oral description
categories (e.g., colors, shapes,
food);
LA.K.1.6.5 - use language Vocabulary Development explain where something is
correctly to express spatial and Describe objects using located.
temporal relationships (e.g., prepositions
up/down, before/
after); and
LA.K.1.6.6 - relate new Vocabulary Development connect vocabulary to my
vocabulary to prior knowledge. Relate vocabulary what I already know.

Strand: Reading Process


Standard: The student uses multiple strategies to develop grade appropriate vocabulary.
Essential Questions: How can I learn and use new words?

NGSSS CONTENT/CONCEPTS OBJECTIVES


The student will Vocabulary Development I can:
LA.K.1.6.1 - use new vocabulary Name pictures of learn and use new vocabulary.
that is introduced and taught common items and name pictures.
directly; events.
LA.K.1.6.2 - listen to and discuss Vocabulary Development listen to books as they are
both familiar and conceptually Listen and discuss text being read.
challenging text; Use descriptive words discuss the books I’ve heard.
LA.K.1.6.3 - describe common learn new vocabulary from
objects and events in both stories and by listening to the
general and specific language; teacher.
Use new vocabulary over and
over to help me learn it.
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LA.K.1.6.4 - identify and sort Vocabulary Development use words to describe objects.
common words into basic Oral description
categories (e.g., colors, shapes,
food);
LA.K.1.6.5 - use language Vocabulary Development explain where something is
correctly to express spatial and Describe objects using located.
temporal relationships (e.g., prepositions
up/down, before/
after); and
LA.K.1.6.6 - relate new Vocabulary Development connect vocabulary to my
vocabulary to prior knowledge. Relate vocabulary what I already know.

Strand: Literary Analysis


Standard: The student identifies, analyzes, and applies knowledge of the elements of a variety of fiction and
literary texts to develop a thoughtful response to a literary selection.
Essential Questions:
How do I pick what I read?
How does connecting the text to myself or the world help me to understand?

NGSSS CONTENT/CONCEPTS OBJECTIVES


The student will: Fiction I can:
LA.K.2.1.1 - identify familiar Discuss elements of listen to familiar text such as:
literary forms (e.g., fairy tales, nursery rhymes and fairy tales; tall tales; nursery
tall tales, nursery rhymes, picture books rhymes and fables.
fables);
LA.K.2.1.3 - identify a regular Fiction clap with the beat.
beat and similarities of sounds in Identify beat in nursery
words when responding to rhymes
rhythm and rhyme in nursery Identify beat in rhyming
rhymes and others rhyming text
selections;
LA.K.2.1.4 - select materials to Fiction pick a book to read for fun.
read for pleasure; and Select text to read for
pleasure
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LA.K.2.1.5 - participate in a Fiction explain how the text reminds
group response to various Respond to nursery me of my life.
literary selections (e.g., nursery rhymes, picture books tell how the text is like
rhymes, fairy tales, o Text connections something I know about.
picture books), identifying the
character(s), setting, and
sequence of events and
connecting text to self (personal
connection) and text to world
(social connection).

Strand: Literary Analysis


Standard: The student identifies, analyzes, and applies knowledge of the elements of a variety of fiction and
literary texts to develop a thoughtful response to a literary selection.
Essential Questions:
How do I pick what I read?
How does connecting the text to myself or the world help me to understand?

NGSSS CONTENT/CONCEPTS OBJECTIVES


The student will: Fiction I can:
LA.K.2.1.1 - identify familiar Discuss elements of listen to familiar text such as:
literary forms (e.g., fairy tales, nursery rhymes and fairy tales; tall tales; nursery
tall tales, nursery rhymes, picture books rhymes and fables.
fables);
LA.K.2.1.3 - identify a regular Fiction clap with the beat.
beat and similarities of sounds in Identify beat in nursery
words when responding to rhymes
rhythm and rhyme in nursery Identify beat in rhyming
rhymes and others rhyming text
selections;
LA.K.2.1.4 - select materials to Fiction pick a book to read for fun.
read for pleasure; and Select text to read for
pleasure
LA.K.2.1.5 - participate in a Fiction explain how the text reminds
group response to various Respond to nursery me of my life.
literary selections (e.g., nursery rhymes, picture books tell how the text is like
rhymes, fairy tales, o Text connections something I know about.
picture books), identifying the
character(s), setting, and
sequence of events and
connecting text to self (personal
connection) and text to world
(social connection).
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Strand: Writing Process - All stages of the writing process (prewriting, drafting, revising, editing and
publishing) MUST be taught in depth on a continual basis.
Standard: The student will use prewriting strategies to generate ideas and formulate a plan.
Essential Questions:
Where can I get ideas about stories?
How does listening to stories help me?

NGSSS CONTENT/CONCEPTS OBJECTIVES


The student will: Prewriting I can:
LA.K.3.1.1 - connecting thoughts Generate ideas orally share ideas for writing before I
and oral language to generate write.
ideas; and
LA.K.3.1.2 - drawing a picture Prewriting draw a picture before writing a
about ideas from stories read Students create story about a topic.
aloud or generated through class Illustrations based on
discussion. read alouds and
discussions

Strand: Writing Process -


Standard: The student will write a draft appropriate to the topic, audience, and purpose.
Essential Questions:
How do details support the main idea of a story?
How do characters and setting affect a story?

NGSSS CONTENT/CONCEPTS OBJECTIVES


The student will: Drafting I can:
LA.K.3.2.1 – draft writing by Draw draw, explain, and write about
drawing, telling, or writing about Explain a topic.
a familiar experience, topic or Write learn to be a better writer
text; and from teacher modeling.
Drafting
LA.K.3.2.2 – draft writing by Class draft modeled by
creating a group draft, scripted the teacher prior to
by the teacher. student writing
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Strand: Writing Process
Standard: The student will revise and refine the draft for clarity and effectiveness.
Essential Questions:
How do details make my story better?
How do I express my ideas?

NGSSS CONTENT/CONCEPTS OBJECTIVES


The student will: Revising I can:
LA.K.3.3.1 - revise the draft by Students add details to add details to my draft.
adding additional details to the their pictures and
draft and checking for writing
logical thinking with prompting.

Strand: Writing Process


Standard: The student will edit and correct the draft for standard language conventions.
Essential Questions:
When do I capitalize words?
How do I know which punctuation mark to use?

NGSSS CONTENT/CONCEPTS OBJECTIVES


The student will: Editing for Language I can:
LA.K.3.4.1 – edit for correct use Conventions edit to make sure the letters I
of knowledge of letter/sound Letter/Sound wrote say what I mean.
relationships to spell simple relationship
words; Spell simple words
LA.K.3.4.2 - edit for correct use Editing for Language edit for capital letters after I
of capital letters to begin Conventions write.
“important words;” and Capitalization of:
Proper Nouns
Beginning of Sentences
LA.K.3.4.3 - edit for correct use Editing for Language edit for correct punctuation
of end punctuation, including Conventions after I write.
periods, question marks, and Punctuation
exclamation points.
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Strand: Writing Process Standard: The student will write a final product for the intended audience.
Essential Questions:
How do I express my thoughts on paper?
What are some reasons I might write?

NGSSS CONTENT/CONCEPTS OBJECTIVES


The student will: Publishing I can:
LA.K.3.5.1 - produce, illustrate Compose writing write, illustrate, and share a
and share a finished piece of Revise and edit writing final edited piece of writing.
writing. with teacher support
Illustrate writing
Share completed writing

Strand: Writing Application


Standard: The student develops and demonstrates creative writing.
Essential Questions:
How do I plan for writing?
How do I express my thoughts on paper?

NGSSS CONTENT/CONCEPTS OBJECTIVES


The student will: Creative I can:
LA.K.4.1.1 - create narratives Draw narratives tell stories.
by drawing, dictating, and/or Dictate narratives draw stories.
using emergent writing; and Use emergent writing write stories.
LA.K.4.1.2 - participate in Creative write different types of text
writing simple stories, poems, Simple stories with my teacher.
rhymes, or song lyrics. Poems
Rhymes
Song lyrics.

Strand: Writing Application


Standard: The student develops and demonstrates informative writing that provides information related to
real-world tasks.
Essential Questions:
How can I make my writing clear and readable for others?
How do I use a completed organizer to write about my favorite things?
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NGSSS CONTENT/CONCEPTS OBJECTIVES
The student will: Informative I can:
LA.K.4.2.1 - participate in creating Create informational text share information through
a variety of drawing.
informational/expository forms share information through
(e.g., labels, lists, graphs, writing.
observations, summaries) through
drawing or writing;
LA.K.4.2.3 - participate in a group Informative help find the main idea in
setting to identify the topic as Find the main idea in a text.
expressed in modeled writing piece.
informational/expository
text, and discuss related details;

Strand: Writing Application


Standard: The student develops and demonstrates persuasive writing that is used for the purpose of
influencing the reader.
Essential Questions:
What are some of your favorite things?
Why are those things important to you?

NGSSS CONTENT/CONCEPTS OBJECTIVES


The student will: Persuasive I can:
LA.K.4.3.1 - Draw a picture and Explain favorites Draw my favorite items.
use it to explain why this item Tell others about the drawing.
(food, pet, person) is their Write about my favorite items.
favorite.

Strand: Communication
Standard: The student engages in the writing process and writes to communicate ideas and experiences.
Essential Questions:
How can I make my writing clear and readable for others?
How do I write my first and last name?
What is the difference between upper and lower case letters?

NGSSS CONTENT/CONCEPTS OBJECTIVES


The student will: Penmanship I can:
LA.K.5.1.1 - print many Print alphabet write letters.
uppercase and lowercase Recognize uppercase
letters of the alphabet and versus lowercase letters
recognize the difference
between the two;
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LA.K.5.1.2 - write from left to Penmanship write from left to right.
right and top to bottom of Left to right writing write from top to bottom.
page; Top to bottom writing
LA.K.5.1.4 - print own first and Penmanship
last name; and Print name write my first name.
LA.K.5.1.5 - understand the Penmanship write and say the name of
concept of writing and Write numerals numbers.
identifying numerals. Identify numerals

Strand: Communication
Standard: The student effectively applies listening and speaking strategies.
Essential Questions:
How do I speak at school and at home?
How does listening help me?
What do I need to remember from a story to tell about it?

NGSSS CONTENT/CONCEPTS OBJECTIVES


The student will: Listening and Speaking I can:
LA.K.5.2.1 - listen carefully and Listening listen and follow one or two
understand directions for Follow Directions directions to complete a task.
performing tasks (e.g., three or
four-step oral directions)
LA.K.5.2.2 - listen attentively to Listening and Speaking listen to someone read.
fiction and nonfiction read-alouds Listen to read alouds answer questions.
and demonstrate understanding; Demonstrate
understanding
LA.K.5.2.3 - repeat auditory Listening and Speaking listen and repeat.
sequences (e.g., letters, words, Repeat auditory
numbers, rhythmic patterns); sequence

LA.K.5.2.4 - recite short poems, Listening and Speaking listen and repeat.
rhymes, songs, and stories with Recite text with repeated
repeated patterns; and patterns
LA.K.5.2.5 - communicate Listening and Speaking share stories.
effectively when relating Communicate effectively
experiences and retelling stories Retell stories
heard;
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Strand: Information and Media Literacy
Standard 1: Informational Text: The student comprehends the wide array of informational text that is part
of our day to day experiences.
Essential Questions: Where are we able to find information?

NGSSS CONTENT/CONCEPTS OBJECTIVES


The student will: Informational Text I can:
LA.K.6.1.1 - identify the purpose Identify text for tell what information the text
of informational text and pleasure gives.
distinguish between
informational text (e.g., signs,
directions) and text read for
pleasure (e.g., stories, poems).

Strand: Information and Media Literacy


Standard: The student uses a systematic process for the collection, processing, and presentation of
information.
Essential Questions:
Where can we go to get information?
Who can help us learn information?

NGSSS CONTENT/CONCEPTS OBJECTIVES


The student will: Research Process I can:
LA.K.6.2.1 - ask questions and Ask questions know who I should ask for
recognize the library media Recognize media information
specialist or teacher as an specialist
information source;
LA.K.6.2.2 - use simple reference find information.
resources to locate and obtain Research Process
information through knowledge Environmental print
of alphabetical order, use of
pictures, and environmental
print (e.g., signs, billboards); and

LA.K.6.2.3 - participate in Research Process work with others to write a


creating a simple class report Create a class report class report.
where the teacher is the scribe;
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Strand: Information and Media Literacy
Standard: The student develops and demonstrates an understanding of media literacy as a life skill that is
integral to informed decision making.
Essential Questions: How do the characters and events in a story remind me of my life?

NGSSS CONTENT/CONCEPTS OBJECTIVES


The student will: Media Literacy I can:
LA.K.6.3.1 - recognize print and Recognize print (books, explain different types of print.
nonprint media; magazines, newspaper, explain types of nonprint.
environmental print,
etc.)
Recognize nonprint
media (DVD, video, CD,
etc.)

Strand: Information and Media Literacy


Standard: The student develops the essential technology skills for using and understanding conventional and
current tools, materials and processes.
Essential Questions: How can I use technology to make my story better?

NGSSS CONTENT/CONCEPTS OBJECTIVES


The student will: Technology I can:
LA.K.6.4.1 - use technology (e.g., Use technology(drawing draw and write with different
drawing tools, writing tools) tools) tools.
resources to support learning.