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Midland ISD- ELA Scope and Sequence Kindergarten Unit 3- Growing Readers and Writers Through Literary Works 27 Days Unit Dates: 11/12/12-12/21/12 Unit Assessment: 12/17/12-12/21/12 1 Revised 11-1-12 Whole Group Reading Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Whole Group Reading Genre Fiction Fiction/Informational Fiction Fiction/Informational Focus Use a range of reading skills to understand an author’s message. Identify and use words that name actions. Discuss the purposes for reading and listening to various texts (Fig19A) Make connections to own experiences (Fig 19E) Predict what might happen next in text based on the cover, title and illustrations (K.4A) Identify and use words that name actions (K.5A) Use the title, cover, illustrations/ photographs, and context to formulate questions about texts before and during reading. Ask and respond to questions about texts read aloud (K.4B) Ask and respond to questions about text (Fig19B) Identify and use sequence words to ask and respond to questions about books. .Discuss the purposes for reading and listening to various texts (Fig19A) Ask and respond to questions about text (Fig19B) Make connections to own experiences (Fig 19E) Predict what might happen next in text based on the cover, title and illustrations (K.4A) Ask and respond to questions about texts read aloud (K.4B) Identify and use words that name actions (K.5A) Use the title, cover, and illustrations/photographs contained within the book to establish a purpose for reading and to make predictions. Discuss the purposes for reading and listening to various texts (Fig19A) Predict what might happen next in text based on the cover, title and illustrations (K.4A) ELPS 4B-Recognize directionality of English Resources CSCOPE Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 1 Daily Lesson 1, Shared Reading http://www.mycscope.us/module/cont ent/search/~/item/673508/viewdetail.as hx Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 1 Daily Lesson 2, Shared Reading http://www.mycscope.us/module/cont ent/search/~/item/673508/viewdetail.as hx Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 1 Daily Lesson 3, Shared Reading http://www.mycscope.us/module/content /search/~/item/673508/viewdetail.ashx Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 1 Daily Lesson 4, Shared Reading http://www.mycscope.us/module/conten t/search/~/item/673508/viewdetail.ashx Note: Select a fictional text with a variety of verbs suitable for acting out. Note: Collection of engaging texts (fiction and non-fiction) to read aloud. Note: Select a fictional text with a clear sequence of events. Note: Collection of books written for different purposes (inform-non-fiction and entertain-fiction). You will need 1 of each for modeling and 1 for each group of 2-3 students. Select a fable, folktale or fictional story to read aloud. Teacher Notes and Resources
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Page 1: Midland ISD- ELA Scope and Sequence Revised 11-1-12 ......legibly using the basic conventions Form upper -and lower case letters legibly using the basic conventions (K.17A) (K.17B)Write

Midland ISD- ELA Scope and Sequence Kindergarten

Unit 3- Growing Readers and Writers Through Literary Works 27 Days Unit Dates: 11/12/12-12/21/12 Unit Assessment: 12/17/12-12/21/12

1

Revised 11-1-12

Whole Group Reading

Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4

Wh

ole

Gro

up

Read

ing

Gen

re Fiction Fiction/Informational Fiction Fiction/Informational

Fo

cu

s

Use a range of reading skills to understand an author’s message. Identify and use words that name actions.

Discuss the purposes for reading and listening to various texts (Fig19A)

Make connections to own experiences (Fig 19E)

Predict what might happen next in text based on the cover, title and illustrations (K.4A)

Identify and use words that name actions (K.5A)

Use the title, cover, illustrations/ photographs, and context to formulate questions about texts before and during reading.

Ask and respond to questions about texts read aloud (K.4B)

Ask and respond to questions about text (Fig19B)

Identify and use sequence words to ask and respond to questions about books.

.Discuss the purposes for reading and

listening to various texts (Fig19A)

Ask and respond to questions about text (Fig19B)

Make connections to own experiences (Fig 19E)

Predict what might happen next in text based on the cover, title and illustrations (K.4A)

Ask and respond to questions about texts read aloud (K.4B)

Identify and use words that name actions (K.5A)

Use the title, cover, and illustrations/photographs contained within the book to establish a purpose for reading and to make predictions.

Discuss the purposes for reading and listening to various texts (Fig19A)

Predict what might happen next in text based on the cover, title and illustrations (K.4A)

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4B-Recognize directionality of English

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Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 1 Daily Lesson 1, Shared Reading http://www.mycscope.us/module/content/search/~/item/673508/viewdetail.ashx

Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 1 Daily Lesson 2, Shared Reading http://www.mycscope.us/module/cont

ent/search/~/item/673508/viewdetail.as

hx

Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 1 Daily Lesson 3, Shared Reading http://www.mycscope.us/module/content

/search/~/item/673508/viewdetail.ashx

Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 1 Daily Lesson 4, Shared Reading http://www.mycscope.us/module/conten

t/search/~/item/673508/viewdetail.ashx

Note: Select a fictional text with a variety

of verbs suitable for acting out.

Note: Collection of engaging texts

(fiction and non-fiction) to read aloud.

Note: Select a fictional text with a clear

sequence of events.

Note: Collection of books written for different purposes (inform-non-fiction and entertain-fiction). You will need 1 of each for modeling and 1 for each group of 2-3 students. Select a fable, folktale or fictional story to read aloud.

Teacher Notes and Resources

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MIDLAND ISD Scope & Sequence Kinder ELA –Unit 3- Growing Readers and Writers Through Literary Works

2

Whole Group Word Study

Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4

Ph

on

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Fo

cu

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Identify the sound for the letter “g”.

Identify upper- and lower-case letters (K.1B)

Identify syllables in spoken words (K.2B)

Blend spoken onsets and rimes to form simple words (K.2F)

Isolate the initial sound in one-syllable spoken words (K.2H)

Identify the common sounds that letters represent (K.3A)

Use knowledge of letter-sound relationships to decode regular words (K.3B)

Use phonological knowledge to match sounds to letters (K.18A)

Use letter-sound correspondences to spell CVC words (K.18B)

Identify and use action words.

Identify and use words that name actions (K.5A)

Follow oral directions that involve a short related sequence of actions (K.21B)

Identify the sound for the letter “o”.

Identify upper- and lower-case letters (K.1B)

Identify syllables in spoken words (K.2B)

Blend spoken onsets and rimes to form simple words (K.2F)

Isolate the initial sound in one-syllable spoken words (K.2H)

Identify the common sounds that letters represent (K.3A)

Use knowledge of letter-sound relationships to decode regular words (K.3B)

Use phonological knowledge to match sounds to letters (K.18A)

Use sequence words to retell a story.

Make connections to own experiences (Fig 19E)

Identify and use words that name actions (K.5A)

Follow oral directions that involve a short related sequence of actions (K.21B)

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4A-learn English sound-letter relationships/decode

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Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 1 Daily Lesson 1, Word Study

http://www.mycscope.us/module/content/search/~/item/673508/viewdetail.ashx

Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 1 Daily Lesson 2, Word Study

http://www.mycscope.us/module/content/search/~/item/673508/viewdetail.ashx

Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 1 Daily Lesson 3, Word Study

http://www.mycscope.us/module/content/search/~/item/673508/viewdetail.ashx

Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 1 Daily Lesson 4, Word Study

http://www.mycscope.us/module/content/search/~/item/673508/viewdetail.ashx

Note: See resource page for links

for picture cards. You may also use the LLI Resources CD as a source.

Note: See resource page for links for

picture cards. You may also use the LLI Resources CD as a source.

Hig

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Fre

qu

en

cy

Wo

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Identify & read at least 25 high frequency words (K.3D) High Frequency Words: up, in

ELPS 3B-learning and using English high frequency words

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MIDLAND ISD Scope & Sequence Kinder ELA –Unit 3- Growing Readers and Writers Through Literary Works

3

Whole Group Writing

Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4

Wri

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Plan for writing by discussing ideas.

Plan a first draft by generating ideas for writing (K.13A)

Understand and use past and future tenses in the context of reading, writing and speaking (K.16A(i))

Plan for writing by discussing ideas.

Identify and use words that name actions (K.5A)

Develop drafts by sequencing the action or details in the story (K.13B)

Understand and use nouns in the context of reading, writing, and speaking (K.16A(ii))

Form upper- and lower-case letters legibly using the basic conventions (K.17A)

Write one’s own name (K.18C)

Develop drafts.

Identify and use words that name actions (K.5A)

Develop drafts by sequencing the action or details in the story (K.13B)

Use complete simple sentences (K.16C)

Form upper- and lower-case letters legibly using the basic conventions (K.17A)

Capitalize the first letter in a sentence (K.17B)

Use punctuation at the end of a sentence (K.17C)

Use phonological knowledge to match sounds to letters (K.18A)

Discuss ideas to plan for writing.

Identify and use words that name actions (K.5A)

Develop drafts by sequencing the action or details in the story (K.13B)

EL

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5E- employ grammatical structures in writing

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Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 1, Daily Lesson 1, Writing http://www.mycscope.us/module/content/search/~/item/673508/viewdetail.ashx

Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 1, Daily Lesson 2, Writing http://www.mycscope.us/module/content/search/~/item/673508/viewdetail.ashx

Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 1, Daily Lesson 3, Writing http://www.mycscope.us/module/content/search/~/item/673508/viewdetail.ashx

Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 1, Daily Lesson 4, Writing http://www.mycscope.us/module/content/search/~/item/673508/viewdetail.ashx

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Whole Group Reading

Day 5 Day 6 Day 7 Day 8

Wh

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Read

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re Fiction (Folktale/Fable) Fiction (Folktale/Fable) Fiction (Folktale/Fable) Fiction (Folktale/Fable)

Fo

cu

s

Identify characters and discuss the big idea of a folktale or fable and connect it to personal experiences

Discuss the purposes for reading and listening to various texts (Fig19A)

Ask and respond to questions about text (Fig19B)

Retell or act out important events in stories in logical order (Fig 19E)

Make connections to own experiences (Fig 19F)

Predict what might happen next in text based on the cover, title and illustrations (K.4A)

Ask and respond to questions about texts read aloud (K.4B)

Identify elements of a story including setting character and key events (K.6A)

Discuss the big idea of a well-known folktale or fable and connect it to personal experience (K.6B)

Describe characters in a story and the reasons for their actions (K.8B)

Identify and discuss elements of a story.

Discuss the purposes for reading and listening to various texts (Fig19A)

Ask and respond to questions about text (Fig19B)

Retell or act out important events in stories in logical order (Fig 19E)

Make connections to own experiences (Fig 19F)

Predict what might happen next in text based on the cover, title and illustrations (K.4A)

Ask and respond to questions about texts read aloud (K.4B)

Identify elements of a story including setting character and key events (K.6A)

Discuss the big idea of a well-known folktale or fable and connect it to personal experience (K.6B)

Recognize sensory details (K.6C)

Retell a main event from a story read aloud (K.8A)

Describe characters in a story and the reasons for their actions (K.8B)

Identify and discuss elements of a story.

Discuss the purposes for reading and listening to various texts (Fig19A)

Ask and respond to questions about text (Fig19B)

Retell or act out important events in stories in logical order (Fig 19E)

Ask and respond to questions about texts read aloud (K.4B)

Identify elements of a story including setting character and key events (K.6A)

Discuss the big idea of a well-known folktale or fable and connect it to personal experience (K.6B)

Recognize sensory details (K.6C)

Retell a main event from a story read aloud (K.8A) Describe characters in a story and the reasons for their actions (K.8B)

Identify and discuss elements of a story.

Discuss the purposes for reading and listening to various texts (Fig19A)

Ask and respond to questions about text (Fig19B)

Make connections to own experiences (Fig 19E)

Predict what might happen next in text based on the cover, title and illustrations (K.4A)

Ask and respond to questions about texts read aloud (K.4B)

Identify and use words that name actions (K.5A)

Identify elements of a story including setting character and key events (K.6A)

Discuss the big idea of a well-known folktale or fable and connect it to personal experience (K.6B)

Recognize sensory details (K.6C)

Retell a main event from a story read aloud (K.8A) Describe characters in a story and the reasons for their actions (K.8B)

EL

PS

1E-internalize academic language 3C-speak using a variety of grammatical structures 2D-monitor understanding and seek clarification 3D-internalize English words, build academic vocabulary 2G-understand the general meaning 3E-share information 2I-demonstrate listening comprehension of spoken English

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Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 1 Daily Lesson 5, Shared Reading http://www.mycscope.us/module/co

ntent/search/~/item/673508/viewdetai

l.ashx

Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 1 Daily Lesson 6, Shared Reading http://www.mycscope.us/module/content/search/~/item/673508/viewdetail.ashx

Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 1 Daily Lesson 7, Shared Reading http://www.mycscope.us/module/content/search/~/item/673508/viewdetail.ashx

Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 1 Daily Lesson 8, Shared Reading http://www.mycscope.us/module/content/search/~/item/673508/viewdetail.ashx

Note: Select a familiar folktale or fable that has not been previously read. Create Anchor chart about characters/actions and the big idea

Note: Select a folktale or fable with a clearly stated or illustrated setting.

Note: Use text from Daily Lesson 6. Prepare a story map to complete with students (see the Advance Preparation section of CSCOPE lesson)

Note: Select a fable/folktale. This may be a different version of a previously read story. Use story map from Daily Lesson 6.

Teacher Notes and Resources

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Whole Group Word Study

Day 5 Day 6 Day 7 Day 8

Ph

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ics

Fo

cu

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Identify the sound for the letter “k”.

Identify upper- and lower-case letters (K.1B)

Identify syllables in spoken words (K.2B)

Blend spoken onsets and rimes to form simple words (K.2F)

Isolate the initial sound in one-syllable spoken words (K.2H)

Identify the common sounds that letters represent (K.3A)

Use knowledge of letter-sound relationships to decode regular words (K.3B)

Use phonological knowledge to match sounds to letters (K.18A)

Use letter-sound correspondences to spell CVC words (K.18B)

Demonstrate phonological awareness and use the relationships between letters and sounds to decode words.

Blend spoken onsets and rimes to form simple words (K.2F)

Isolate the initial sound in one-syllable spoken words (K.2H)

Identify the common sounds that letters represent (K.3A)

Use knowledge of letter-sound relationships to decode regular words (K.3B)

Recognize that new words are created when letters are changed, added, or deleted (K.3C)

Follow oral directions that involve a short related sequence of actions (K.21B)

Identify the sound for the letter “c”.

Identify upper- and lower-case letters (K.1B)

Identify syllables in spoken words (K.2B)

Blend spoken onsets and rimes to form simple words (K.2F)

Isolate the initial sound in one-syllable spoken words (K.2H)

Identify the common sounds that letters represent (K.3A)

Use knowledge of letter-sound relationships to decode regular words (K.3B)

Use phonological knowledge to match sounds to letters (K.18A)

Use letter-sound correspondences to spell CVC words (K.18B)

Identify alliteration in spoken language. Identify letters and sounds.

Identify upper- and lower-case letters (K.1B)

Recognize spoken alliteration (K.2E)

Identify the common sounds that letters represent (K.3A)

Form upper- and lower-case letters legibly using the basic conventions (K.17A)

Use phonological knowledge to match sounds to letters (K.18A)

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Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 1 Daily Lesson 5, Word Study

http://www.mycscope.us/module/content/search/~/item/673508/viewdetail.ashx

Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 1 Daily Lesson 6, Word Study

http://www.mycscope.us/module/content/search/~/item/673508/viewdetail.ashx

Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 1 Daily Lesson 7, Word Study

http://www.mycscope.us/module/content/search/~/item/673508/viewdetail.ashx

Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 1 Daily Lesson 8, Word Study

http://www.mycscope.us/module/content

/search/~/item/673508/viewdetail.ashx

Note: See resource page for links

for picture cards. You may also use the LLI Resources CD as a source.

Note: See resource page for links for

picture cards. You may also use the LLI Resources CD as a source.

High Frequency

Words

Identify & read at least 25 high frequency words (K.3D) High Frequency Words: and, me

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MIDLAND ISD Scope & Sequence Kinder ELA –Unit 3- Growing Readers and Writers Through Literary Works

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Whole Group Writing

Day 5 Day 6 Day 7 Day 8

Wri

tin

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Ph

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ics

Discuss ideas and plan for writing.

Develop drafts by sequencing the action or details in a story (K.13B)

Write short poems (K.14B)

Use phonological knowledge to match sounds to letters (K.18A)

Use sequence words to develop drafts

Identify and use words that name sequences (K.5A)

Develop drafts by sequencing the action or details in a story (K.13B)

Understand and use nouns in the context of reading, writing and speaking (K.16A(ii))

Use complete simple sentences (K.16C)

Form upper- and lower-case letters legibly using basic conventions of print (K.17A)

Capitalize first letter in a sentence (K.17B)

Use punctuation at the end of a sentence (K.17C)

Use phonological knowledge to match sounds to letters (K.18A)

Discuss ideas and plan for writing.

.Plan a first draft by generating ideas

for writing (K.13A)

Discuss ideas and plan for writing.

Develop drafts by sequencing the action or details in a story (K.13B)

Write short poems (K.14B)

Form upper- and lower-case letters legibly using basic conventions of print (K.17A)

Use phonological knowledge to match sounds to letters (K.18A)

EL

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1B-monitor written language 5B-write using basic/academic vocabulary 3H-narrate,describe and explain in detail orally 5G- narrate, describe and explain in detail in writing 5A-learn relationships in between sounds and letters

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Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 1, Daily Lesson 5, Writing http://www.mycscope.us/module/content/search/~/item/673508/viewdetail.ashx

Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 1, Daily Lesson 6, Writing http://www.mycscope.us/module/content/search/~/item/673508/viewdetail.ashx

Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 1, Daily Lesson 7, Writing http://www.mycscope.us/module/content/search/~/item/673508/viewdetail.ashx

Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 1, Daily Lesson 8, Writing http://www.mycscope.us/module/content/search/~/item/673508/viewdetail.ashx

Teacher Notes and Resources

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MIDLAND ISD Scope & Sequence Kinder ELA –Unit 3- Growing Readers and Writers Through Literary Works

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Whole Group Reading

Day 9 Day 10 Day 11 Day 12

Wh

ole

Gro

up

Read

ing

Gen

re Fiction/Folktales Fiction/Folktales Fiction/Folktales Fiction

Fo

cu

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Identify and discuss elements of a story.

Discuss the purposes for reading and listening to various texts (Fig19A)

Ask and respond to questions about text (Fig19B)

Make connections to own experiences (Fig 19E)

Predict what might happen next in text based on the cover, title and illustrations (K.4A)

Ask and respond to questions about texts read aloud (K.4B)

Identify and use words that name actions (K.5A)

Identify elements of a story including setting character and key events (K.6A)

Discuss the big idea of a well-known folktale or fable and connect it to personal experience (K.6B)

Recognize sensory details (K.6C)

Retell a main event from a story read aloud (K.8A)

Describe characters in a story and the reasons for their actions (K.8B)

Identify and discuss elements of a story.

Discuss the purposes for reading and listening to various texts (Fig19A)

Ask and respond to questions about text (Fig19B)

Make connections to own experiences (Fig 19E)

Ask and respond to questions about texts read aloud (K.4B)

Identify elements of a story including setting character and key events (K.6A)

Discuss the big idea of a well-known folktale or fable and connect it to personal experience (K.6B)

Retell a main event from a story read aloud (K.8A)

Describe characters in a story and the reasons for their actions (K.8B)

*Performance Indicator

Identify and discuss elements of a story.

Discuss the purposes for reading and listening to various texts (Fig19A)

Ask and respond to questions about text (Fig19B)

Make connections to own experiences (Fig 19E)

Ask and respond to questions about texts read aloud (K.4B)

Identify elements of a story including setting character and key events (K.6A)

Discuss the big idea of a well-known folktale or fable and connect it to personal experience (K.6B)

Retell a main event from a story read aloud (K.8A)

*Performance Indicator

Make inferences based on cover, title, illustrations, and plot.

Make inferences based on the cover, title, illustrations, and plot (Fig19D)

EL

PS

1E-internalize academic language 3C-speak using a variety of grammatical structures 2D-monitor understanding and seek clarification 3D-internalize English words, build academic vocabulary 2G-understand the general meaning 3E-share information 2I-demonstrate listening comprehension of spoken English

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Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 1 Daily Lesson 9, Shared Reading http://www.mycscope.us/module/content/search/~/item/673508/viewdetail.ashx

Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 1 Daily Lesson 10, Shared Reading http://www.mycscope.us/module/content/search/~/item/673508/viewdetail.ashx

Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 1 Daily Lesson 11, Shared Reading http://www.mycscope.us/module/content/search/~/item/673508/viewdetail.ashx

Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 1 Daily Lesson 12, Shared Reading http://www.mycscope.us/module/content/search/~/item/673508/viewdetail.ashx

Note: Select a fable/folktale. This may be a different version of a previously read story. Use teacher-created story map.

Note: Select a fable/folktale and use teacher-created story map. This lesson begins a Performance Indicator that is continued in Daily Lesson 11.

Note: Use the same fable/folktale and teacher-created story map from Daily Lesson 10 to continue assessing the Performance Indicator.

Note: Select a previously read fictional

text.Create

Teacher Notes and Resources

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Whole Group Word Study

Day 9 Day 10 Day 11 Day 12

Ph

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Fo

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Identify the sound for the letter “m”.

Identify upper- and lower-case letters (K.1B)

Identify syllables in spoken words (K.2B)

Blend spoken onsets and rimes to form simple words (K.2F)

Isolate the initial sound in one-syllable spoken words (K.2H)

Identify the common sounds that letters represent (K.3A)

Use knowledge of letter-sound relationships to decode regular words (K.3B)

Use phonological knowledge to match sounds to letters (K.18A)

Use letter-sound correspondences to spell CVC words (K.18B)

Identify alliteration in spoken language.

Identify upper- and lower-case letters (K.1B)

Recognize spoken alliteration (K.2E)

Identify the sound for the letter “r”.

Identify upper- and lower-case letters (K.1B)

Identify syllables in spoken words (K.2B)

Blend spoken onsets and rimes to form simple words (K.2F)

Isolate the initial sound in one-syllable spoken words (K.2H)

Identify the common sounds that letters represent (K.3A)

Use knowledge of letter-sound relationships to decode regular words (K.3B)

Use phonological knowledge to match sounds to letters (K.18A)

Use letter-sound correspondences to spell CVC words (K.18B)

Apply knowledge of previously learned letters and sounds to encode and decode words.

Identify upper- and lower-case letters (K.1B)

Blend spoken phonemes to form one-syllable words (K.2G)

Use phonological knowledge to match sounds to letters (K.18A)

EL

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Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 1 Daily Lesson 9, Word Study

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Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 1 Daily Lesson 10, Word Study

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Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 1 Daily Lesson 11, Word Study

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Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 1 Daily Lesson 12, Word Study

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Note: See resource page for links

for picture cards. You may also use the LLI Resources CD as a source.

Note: See resource page for links for

picture cards. You may also use the LLI Resources CD as a source.

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Whole Group Writing

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Develop drafts.

Develop drafts by generating ideas (K.13B)

Use complete simple sentences (K.16C)

form upper- and lower-case letters legibly using basic conventions of print (K.17A)

capitalize the first letter in a sentence (K.17B)

use punctuation at the end of a sentence (K.17C)

Use phonological knowledge to match sounds to letters (K.18A)

Reflect on their writing and share it with others.

Use complete simple sentences (K.16C)

form upper- and lower-case letters legibly using basic conventions of print (K.17A)

Review drafts to check for capitalization, end punctuation, and legible handwriting.

Use complete simple sentences (K.16C)

capitalize the first letter in a sentence (K.17B)

use punctuation at the end of a sentence (K.17C)

Use phonological knowledge to match sounds to letters (K.18A)

Write one’s own name (K.18C)

Share writing with others

Use complete simple sentences (K.16C)

*Performance Indicator

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Note: Collect writing products from

this lesson for assessment and score using the rubric provided.

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Whole Group Reading

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Respond to rhythm and rhyme in poetry

Discuss the purposes for reading and listening to various texts (Fig19A)

Respond to rhythm and rhyme in poetry through identifying a regular beat and similarities in word sounds (K.7A)

Respond to rhythm and rhyme in poetry and recognize sensory details

Recognize sensory details (K.6C)

Respond to rhythm and rhyme in poetry through identifying a regular beat and similarities in word sounds (K.7A)

Respond to rhythm and rhyme in poetry

Respond to rhythm and rhyme in poetry through identifying a regular beat and similarities in word sounds (K.7A)

Follow oral directions that involve a short related sequence of actions (K.21B)

Use appropriate oral conventions to discuss story characters and events.

Discuss the purposes for reading and listening to various texts (Fig19A)

Ask and respond to questions about text (fig 19B)

Retell or act out important events in stories (Fig 19E)

Predict what might happen next in text based

on the cover, title and illustrations (K.4A)

Ask and respond to questions about texts read aloud (K.4B)

Identify and use words that name actions and sequences (K.5A)

Identify elements of a story including setting, character and key events (K.6A)

Retell a main event from a story read aloud (K.8A)

Describe characters in a story and the reason for their actions (K.8B)

Understand and use past and future tenses, nouns and descriptive words in the context of reading, and speaking (K.16Ai-iii)

Use complete simple sentences (K.16C)

Use prepositions and prepositional phrases in the context of reading, writing and speaking (K.16A(v))

Speak in complete simple sentence (K.16B)

Listen attentively (K.21A)

Share information and ideas using basic conventions of language (K.22A)

Follow agreed-upon rules for discussion (K.23A)

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Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 2

Daily lesson 13, Shared Reading

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Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 2

Daily lesson 16, Shared Reading http://www.mycscope.us/module/content/search/~/item/673511/viewdetail.ashx

Note: Write a grade-appropriate poem on a chart. This will be used again in Daily Lesson 14.

Note: Select a poem with sensory as well as the poem from Daily Lesson 13. See Resource page for possible text choices.

Note: Use Eeny, Meeny Miny,Moe for other grade-appropriate rhyming poem and write on a chart.

Note: Select a text that supports character analysis. See Advance Preparation section of CSSOPE lesson and resource page of this document for possible text choices.

Teacher Notes and Resources

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Identify upper- and lower-case letters (K.1B)

Identify syllables in spoken words (K.2B)

Blend spoken onsets and rimes to form simple words (K.2F)

Isolate the initial sound in one-syllable spoken words (K.2H)

Identify the common sounds that letters represent (K.3A)

Use knowledge of letter-sound relationships to decode regular words (K.3B)

Use phonological knowledge to match sounds to letters (K.18A)

Use letter-sound correspondences to spell CVC words (K.18B)

Segment spoken words into individual phonemes and understand the relationship between individual phonemes and rimes.

Identify syllables in spoken words (K.2B)

Blend spoken onsets and rimes to form simple words (K.2F)

Isolate the initial sound in one-syllable spoken words (K.2H)

Segment spoken one-syllable words into two to three phonemes (K.2I)

Identify the sound for the letter “e”.

Identify the common sounds that letters represent (K.3A)

Use knowledge of letter-sound relationships to decode regular words (K.3B)

Use phonological knowledge to match sounds to letters (K.18A)

Use letter-sound correspondences to spell CVC words (K.18B)

Blend spoken onsets and rimes to form simple words.

Identify upper- and lower-case letters (K.1B)

Blend spoken onsets and rimes to form simple words (K.2F)

Use knowledge of letter-sound relationships to decode regular words (K.3B)

Recognize that new words are created when letters are changed, added, or deleted (K.3C)

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Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 2 Daily Lesson 13, Word Study

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Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 2 Daily Lesson 14, Word Study

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Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 2 Daily Lesson 15, Word Study

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Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 2 Daily Lesson 16, Word Study

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wdetail.ashx Note: See resource page for links

for picture cards. You may also use the LLI Resources CD as a source.

Note: See resource page for links for

picture cards. You may also use the LLI Resources CD as a source.

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Whole Group Writing

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Generate ideas and write short rhyming poems as a class.

Respond to rhythm and rhyme in poetry through identifying a regular beat and similarities in word sounds (K.7A)

Plan a first draft by generating ideas for writing through class discussion (with adult assistance) (K.13A)

Write short poems (K.14B)

Write short rhyming poems as a class.

Plan a first draft by generating ideas for writing through class discussion (with adult assistance) (K.13A)

Write short poems (K.14B)

Form upper- and lower-case letters legibly using the basic conventions of print (K.17A)

Write short class poems.

Recognize sensory details (K.6C)

Respond to rhythm and rhyme in poetry through identifying a regular beat and similarities in word sounds (K.7A)

Plan a first draft by generating ideas for writing through class discussion (with adult assistance) (K.13A)

Write short poems (K.14B)

Understand and use descriptive words in the context of reading, writing and speaking (K.16A(iii))

Use phonological knowledge to match sounds to letters (K.18A)

Plan and draft poems.

Recognize sensory details (K.6C)

Respond to rhythm and rhyme in poetry through identifying a regular beat and similarities in word sounds (K.7A)

Write short poems (K.14B)

Understand and use descriptive words in the context of reading, writing and speaking (K.16A(iii))

Form upper- and lower-case letters legibly using the basic conventions of print (K.17A)

Write one’s own name (K.18C)

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Use appropriate oral conventions to discuss story characters and make connections to the text. Discuss the purposes for reading and

listening to various texts (Fig19A)

Ask and respond to questions about text (Fig 19B)

Make connections to own experiences and discuss textual evidence (Fig 19F)

Predict what might happen next in text based on the cover, title and illustrations (K.4A)

Ask and respond to questions about texts read aloud (K.4B)

Identify elements of a story including setting, character and key events (K.6A)

Describe characters in a story and the reason for their actions (K.8B)

Understand and use past and future tenses, nouns and descriptive words in the context of reading, and speaking (K.16Ai-iii)

Use complete simple sentences (K.16C)

Use prepositions and prepositional phrases in the context of reading, writing and speaking (K.16A(v))

Speak in complete simple sentence (K.16B)

Listen attentively (K.21A)

Share information and ideas using

basic conventions of language (K.22A)

Follow agreed-upon rules for discussion (K.23A)

Use appropriate oral conventions to discuss story characters and make connections to the text.

Ask and respond to questions about text (Fig 19B)

Make connections to own experiences and discuss textual evidence (Fig 19F)

Ask and respond to questions about texts read aloud (K.4B)

Identify elements of a story including setting, character and key events (K.6A)

Retell a main event from a story read aloud (K.8A)

Describe characters in a story and the reason for their actions (K.8B)

Understand and use past and future tenses, nouns and descriptive words in the context of reading, and speaking (K.16Ai-iii)

Use complete simple sentences (K.16C)

Listen attentively (K.21A)

Share information and ideas using basic conventions of language (K.22A)

Follow agreed-upon rules for discussion (K.23A)

Make personal connections to a story character.

Make connections to own experiences and discuss textual evidence (Fig 19F)

Identify elements of a story including setting, character and key events (K.6A)

Describe characters in a story and the reason for their actions (K.8B)

Understand and use past and future tenses, nouns and descriptive words in the context of reading, and speaking (K.16Ai-iii)

Use complete simple sentences (K.16C)

Use prepositions and prepositional phrases in the context of reading, writing and speaking (K.16A(v))

Speak in complete simple sentence (K.16B)

Listen attentively (K.21A)

Share information and ideas using basic conventions of language (K.22A)

Follow agreed-upon rules for discussion (K.23A)

*Performance Indicator

Make connections to and discuss story character.

Make connections to own experiences and discuss textual evidence (Fig 19F)

Identify elements of a story including setting, character and key events (K.6A)

Describe characters in a story and the reason for their actions (K.8B)

Understand and use past and future tenses, nouns and descriptive words in the context of reading, and speaking (K.16Ai-iii)

Use complete simple sentences (K.16C)

Use prepositions and prepositional phrases in the context of reading, writing and speaking (K.16A(v))

Speak in complete simple sentence (K.16B)

Listen attentively (K.21A)

Share information and ideas using basic conventions of language (K.22A)

Follow agreed-upon rules for discussion (K.23A)

*Performance Indicator

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Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 2

Daily lesson 17, Shared Reading http://www.mycscope.us/module/content/search/~/item/673511/viewdetail.ashx

Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 2

Daily lesson 18, Shared Reading http://www.mycscope.us/module/content/search/~/item/673511/viewdetail.ashx

Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 2

Daily lesson 19, Shared Reading http://www.mycscope.us/module/content/search/~/item/673511/viewdetail.ashx

Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 2

Daily lesson 20, Shared Reading http://www.mycscope.us/module/content/search/~/item/673511/viewdetail.ashx

Note: Select a fictional book that lends

itself to character analysis and making

connections to self and other text.

Note: Use book from Daily Lesson 17. Note: Select a fictional text with characters and storyline that is easy to follow. This lesson begins assessing the Performance Indicator and will be continued in lesson 20

Note: This is a continuation of Daily Lesson

19. Use text and graphic organizer from Daily Lesson 19.

Teacher Notes and Resources

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Identify the common sounds that letters represent.

Identify upper- and lower-case letters (K.1B)

Identify the common sounds that letters represent (K.3A)

Follow oral directions that involve a short related sequence of actions (K.21B)

Focus: Phonological/print awareness

Identify syllables in spoken words (K.2B)

Recognize spoken alliteration (K.2E)

*Performance Indicator

Demonstrate phonological and print awareness.

Blend spoken onsets and rimes to form simple words (K.2F)

Isolate initial sound in one-syllable words (K.2H)

Understand and use nouns in the context of reading, writing and speaking (K.16Aii)

*Performance Indicator

Demonstrate phonological and print

awareness. Identify upper- and lower-case letters

(K.1B)

Identify syllables in spoken words (K.2B)

Recognize spoken alliteration (K.2E)

Blend spoken onsets and rimes to form simple words (K.2F)

Isolate initial sound in one-syllable words (K.2H)

Identify the common sounds that letters represent (K.3A)

Follow oral directions that involve a short related sequence of actions (K.21B)

*Performance Indicator

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Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 2 Daily Lesson 18, Word Study

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Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 2 Daily Lesson 19, Word Study

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Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 2 Daily Lesson 20, Word Study

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big book with which students can demonstrate early literacy concepts.

Note: This lesson begins a

Performance Indicator that continues through Lesson 20.

Note: Continue Performance Indicator Note: Continue Performance Indicator

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Whole Group Writing

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Plan and write a short class poem.

Respond to rhythm and rhyme in poetry through identifying a regular beat and similarities in word sounds (K.7A)

Plan a first draft by generating ideas for writing through class discussion (K.13A)

Write short poems (K.14B)

Understand and use nouns and descriptive words in the context of reading, writing and speaking (K.16Aii,iii)

Use phonological knowledge to match sounds to letters (K.18A)

Write a short class poem

Respond to rhythm and rhyme in poetry through identifying a regular beat and similarities in word sounds (K.7A)

Plan a first draft by generating ideas for writing through class discussion (K.13A)

Write short poems (K.14B)

Understand and use nouns and descriptive words in the context of reading, writing and speaking (K.16Aii,iii)

form upper- and lower-case letters legibly using basic conventions of print (K.17A)

Use phonological knowledge to match sounds to letters (K.18A)

Plan and write a short class poem.

Respond to rhythm and rhyme in poetry through identifying a regular beat and similarities in word sounds (K.7A)

Plan a first draft by generating ideas for writing through class discussion (K.13A)

Write short poems (K.14B)

Understand and use descriptive words in the context of reading, writing and speaking (K.16Aiii)

form upper- and lower-case letters legibly using basic conventions of print (K.17A)

Use phonological knowledge to match sounds to letters (K.18A)

Write one’s own name (K.18C)

Write and share short poems.

Write short poems (K.14B) form upper- and lower-case letters

legibly using basic conventions of print (K.17A)

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Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 2 Daily Lesson 17, Writing http://www.mycscope.us/module/content/search/cscopebrowse/~/item/673511/viewdetail.ashx

Unit 3, Exemplar Lesson 2, Daily Lesson 18, Writing http://www.mycscope.us/module/content/

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Note: Locate samples of acrostic poems. The website below is a possible source: http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/studentinteractives/acrostic-poems-30045.html

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These blank days at the end of the unit may be placed anywhere within the unit as

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Independent Reading: Independent literacy work includes meaningful and productive activities for children to do while you work with small groups. This is an

opportunity for your students to build mileage as readers, to develop good independent work skills, to collaborate with others, and to work at their own pace. The Suggested Weekly Focus for each lesson provides options for independent work that expand on the week’s instruction. (Fountas, CLLG p6)

Ongoing TEKS for Unit 3: Reading: K.2A, K.5B, K.16B Word Study: K.2C Writing: K.2C,D, K.13E, K.16B

CSCOPE Recommended Resources for selecting text: Fables and Folktales

Aesop for Children by Milo Winter

Chicken Little by Steven Kellogg

Goldilocks and the Three Bears by Jan Brett

The Ant and the Grasshopper by Amy Poole

The Little Red Hen by Paul Galdone

The Loin and the Mouse by Jerry Pinkney

The Tortoise and the Hare by Janet Stevens

The Wolf and the Seven Kids by Richard Scary

Three Billy Goats Gruff by Janet Stevens

Grade-appropriate Fiction

Fancy Nancy by Jane O’Oconnor

Harry the Dirty Dog by Gene Zion

Little Bear by Maurice Sendak and Else Holmelund Minarik

Lyle, Lyle Crocodile by Bernard Weber

Olivia by Ian Falconer

Rosie’s Walk by Pat Hitchins

Too Many Toys by David Shannon

Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak

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Grade-appropriate Poetry

Chicken Soup with Rice by Maurice Sendak

Here’s a Little Poem by Jane Yolen

The Bill Martin Jr. Big Book of Poetry by Bill Martin Jr.

The Children's Classic Poetry Collection by Nicola Baxter and Cathie Shuttleworth

Houghton Mifflin Resources: Fiction (Daily Lessons 5-12) The Hare and the Tortoise, Unit 2, Lesson 8 Please, Puppy, Please, Unit 1, Lesson 3 Curious George’s Dinosaur Discovery, Unit 4, Lesson 20 Duck and Goose, Unit 4, Lesson 20 Zinnia’s Flower Garden, Unit 5, Lesson 21

Websites for Picture Cards (Word Study, Daily Lesson 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15): In addition to these links, you may use the Phonics Lessons Resources CD and the LLI Resources.

http://www.mes-english.com/flashcards.php

http://www.eslflashcards.com/

http://www.esl-kids.com/flashcards/flashcards.html