ELA Curriculum Maps - LPOSD, Draft
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Unit 1Unit 2Unit 3Unit 4Unit 5Unit 6
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Unit TitleA Colorful Time with Rhyme Tell Me a Story 1,2,3America: Symbols & CelebrationsExploring the Neighborhood with FriendsThe Great Big WorldWonders of Nature: Plants, Bugs, & Frogs
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Time Frame4 weeks (+1 week review & assess)4 weeks (+ week of P/T conferences4.5 weeks (+1 week review & assess)5 weeks (+1 week review & assess)5 weeks (+1 week review & assess)5 weeks (+1 week review & assess)
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Focus StandardsRL.K.5, RI.K.4, W.K.1, SL.K.1 & 1(a), L.K.5 & 5(a)RL.K.2 & 9, RI.K.1, W.K.3, SL.K.1 & 1(b), L.K.2 & 2(a)RI.K.1, W.K.7, SL.K.4, L.K.1 & 1(f), L.K.2 & 2(d)RL.K.3, 4, & 9, RI.K.2, W.K.2, L.K.1 & 1(d)RL.K.3 & 9, RI.K.9, W.K.6 & 8, L.K.2 & 2(d)
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Enduring UnderstandingThe personal connections we make to art and music inspire the rhythm of our livesLife is made up of an infinite number of events that are shaped by our responses to those eventsPeople connect through common experiences and traditionsThere are many ways to explore the world outside of our own experiencesExperiences are effected by environments or locationThe natural world impacts and shapes our lives
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Essential QuestionHow does rhyme affect the way that we hear and read poetry?(in the process of modifying now)Why are symbols important?How is reading like exploring?Why is it important for writers to describe settings carefully?How does nature inspire us a readers, writers, and artists?
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Writing: Text, Type, and PurposeOpinion NarrativeResearchInformative/ Explanatorydigitally produce & publish; answer questions by gathering & recalling information digitally produce & publish
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AssessmentsBaseline(September)-CORE PHONICS; Formative/Unit-being made; Summative(June)-CORE PHONICS & S.F. end of the year assessment (still to be determined overall)Baseline(September)-CORE PHONICS; Formative/Unit-being made; Summative(June)-CORE PHONICS & S.F. end of the year assessment (still to be determined overall)Baseline(September)-CORE PHONICS; Formative/Unit-being made; Summative(June)-CORE PHONICS & S.F. end of the year assessment (still to be determined overall)Baseline(September)-CORE PHONICS; Formative/Unit-being made; Summative(June)-CORE PHONICS & S.F. end of the year assessment (still to be determined overall)Baseline(September)-CORE PHONICS; Formative/Unit-being made; Summative(June)-CORE PHONICS & S.F. end of the year assessment (still to be determined overall)Baseline(September)-CORE PHONICS; Formative/Unit-being made; Summative(June)-CORE PHONICS & S.F. end of the year assessment (still to be determined overall)
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Required Text
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Reading Street: FictionFix it Duck; Bunny Day; The Little School Bus; A Bed for Winter; One Little Mouse; The Little Engine that Could; Goldilocks & the Three Bears; Little Quack; My Lucky Day; Bear Snores OnnonePlaidypus Lost; Miss Bindergarten Takes a Field Trip; Messenger, Messenger; Old MacDonald Had a Woodshop; Night Worker; Dig, Dig, Digging; This is the House that Tony Lives In; Mayday! Mayday!; Max Takes a TrainHide Clyde; This is the way we go to schoolFarfallina & Marcel; Who's Garden is it?
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Reading Street: Non-FictionnoneAnimal HomesnonenoneAnimal Babies in the Grassland; If You Went to Antarctica; Homes Around the World; Life in an Ocean; Little Panda; On the MoveSeeds
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Novelsn/an/an/an/an/an/a
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Other
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Optional Textthis list is being compiled by all Kindergarten Teachers and will be complete by the end of the yearthis list is being compiled by all Kindergarten Teachers and will be complete by the end of the yearthis list is being compiled by all Kindergarten Teachers and will be complete by the end of the yearthis list is being compiled by all Kindergarten Teachers and will be complete by the end of the yearthis list is being compiled by all Kindergarten Teachers and will be complete by the end of the yearthis list is being compiled by all Kindergarten Teachers and will be complete by the end of the year
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Conventions of Standard EnglishWith guidence & support from adults, explore word relationships and nuances in word meaningsDemonstrate capitalization, punctuation, & spelling when writing; Capitalize the first word in a sentence and the pronoun IProduce & expand complete sentences in shared language activities; Demonstrate capitalization, punctuation, & spelling when writing; Spell simple words phonetically, drawing on knowledge of sound-letter relationshipsUnderstand & use question wordsDemonstrate capitalization, punctuation, & spelling when writing; Spell simple words phonetically, drawing on knowledge of sound-letter relationshipsDetermine or clarify the menaning of unknow & multiple-meaning words & phrases based on Kindergarten reading and content; Use the most frequently occurring inflections & affixes as a clue to the meaning of an unknown word
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Speaking and Listeningparticipate in collaborative conversations with diverse partners about Kindergarten topics & texts with peers & adults in small & large groups. Follow agreed upon rules for discussionsparticipate in collaborative conversations with diverse partners about Kindergarten topics & texts with peers & adults in small & large groups. Continue a conversation through multiple exchangesdescribe people, places, things, and events, with prompting & support, provide additional detailno new content, review & practice prior skillsno new content, review & practice prior skillsno new content, review & practice prior skills
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