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GRADE 2 SYLLABUS AND CURRICULUM INFORMATIONSecond Grade English/Language ArtsGrade Level/Dept.Grade 2InstructorMrs. Vicki FeldkerCertification/sElementary Education, Middle school Language ArtsDegree/sBS Elementary Ed. MAED Teacher LeadershipTextbook/ Journeys 2014ResourcesJourneys text, teacherspayteachers.com,E-MAILvfeldker@htcs.orgCC: ELA Learning Objectives/Standards-Grade 2OBJECTIVE: Comprehension Skills and StrategiesDistinguish between realism and fantasyPredict outcomesCompare and contrast how things are alike and different in astoryDistinguish between fact and opinionCategorize information in a storyMake judgments based on story detailsIdentify the main idea and supporting detailsDetermine grade level vocabularyUse clues from to text to draw conclusionsOBJECTIVE: FluencyRead with accuracy Read with structural and interpretiveexpressionRead grade level material at 79 words or more correct perminute according to the fluency scaleRead grade level material at 102 words or more correct perminute according to the fluency scaleRead grade level material at 126 words or more correct perminute according to the fluency scaleOBJECTIVE: Language Conventions (spelling, grammar)Name parts of a sentenceIdentify complete sentencesName different kinds of sentencesIdentify common nounsIdentify plural nounsIdentify singular possessive nounsIdentify plural possessive nounsIdentify action verbsIdentify verbs is/are was/wereOBJECTIVE: Phonological Awareness/ Foundational SkillsIdentify short vowel sounds in wordsIdentify long vowel sounds in wordsIdentify base words with endings –s, -ing, -edDecode and build words with double final consonants ck, ll, ff, ssDecode and build words with consonant digraphs th, wh, sh, ch,tchDecode and build words with vowel pairs ow, ou, ai, ay, ee, eaDecode and build words with final consonant clusters nd, nt, mp,ng, nkDivide words into syllablesOBJECTIVE: Comprehension Skills and Strategies Research/CommunicationsLocate dictionary entry wordsUse a thesaurus to find synonyms of a wordUse guide words to find a word in the dictionaryOBJECTIVE: Writing ProcessCLASSROOM RULES1. Be Respectful2. Be Responsible3. Be SafeGRADE SCALE/EXAMPLEGRADE RUBRIC

Organize information before writing using a web or outlineWrite a character sketchRespond in a journalAnswer a question formulating a complete thoughtWrite a scene for a play or bookWrite a newspaper articleWrite an opinionWrite in complete sentencesFine Motor/ HandwritingWrite upper and lower case manuscript letters legibly andfluentlyUse appropriate spacing between wordsSecond Grade MathCommon Core Standards are marked CC.Grade Level/Dept.Grade 2InstructorMrs. Vicki FeldkerCertification/sMiddle School Lang. ArtsDegree/sMAED Teacher Leadership, BS Elementary EducationTextbook/ My MathResourcesiPad, interactive notebooks, task cards, manipulatives, Reflex MathE-MAILvfeldker@holytrinityedu.orgCC: Math Learning Objectives/Standards-Grade 2CLASSROOM RULESOBJECTIVE: Operations and Algebraic ThinkingUse addition within 100 to solve word problemsUse subtraction within 100 to solve word problemsRecall all sums of two one digit numbersDetermine whether a group of objects is odd or evenUse addition to find the total number of objects arranged inrectangular arrays with up to 5 rows and up to 5 columnsOBJECTIVE: Number and Operations in Base TenDemonstrate a three digit number using base ten blocksCount within 1,000Skip count by 5s, 10s, and 100sRead numbers up to 1,000Write numbers up to 1,000Add within 1,000 using regrouping methodsSubtract within 1,000 using trading methodsOBJECTIVE: Measurement and DataMeasure the length of an object by selecting the appropriate tool(ruler, yardstick, meter stick)Measure the length of an object using inches, feet, centimeters,metersEstimate lengths using units of inches, feet, centimeters, metersTell time to the nearest 5 minutesSolve word problems involving dollar bills, quarters, dimes,nickels, and penniesDraw a picture graphCreate a bar graphOBJECTIVE: GeometryDraw shapes with given number of angles and facesIdentify triangles, quadrilaterals, pentagons, hexagons, and cubesPartition a rectangle into rows and columnsPartition circles and rectangles into two, three, or four equalsharesDescribe shares using the words halves, thirds, half of, third ofOBJECTIVE: Fact Fluency1. Be RESPECTFUL2. Be RESPONSIBLE3. Be SAFESee full list and details in Mrs.Feldker’s Steps to Success.GRADE SCALE/EXAMPLEScale 1A 100-99C 85-84A 98-95C 83-80A-94-93C-79-78B 92-91D 77-76B 90-88D 75-72B-87-86D-71-70F BelowEnrichment: file folders activities, task cards, andprojectsAssessments: written tests, centers, whiteboardwork, Reflex Math (computation)GRADE RUBRICITEMOption 1Weight (100%)TestQuizzesClassworkNotebook40104010

Add basic facts 0-12Subtract basic facts 0-20Second Grade ReligionCommon Core Standards are marked CC.Grade Level/Dept.Grade 2 ScienceInstructorMrs. Vicki FeldkerCertification/sMiddle School Language ArtsDegree/sMAED Teacher Leadership, BS Elementary EducationTextbook/ Interactive ScienceResourcesPearsonrealize.com, Interactive ScienceE-MAILvfeldker@holytrinityedu.orgCC: NGSS Learning Objectives/Standards-Grade 2OBJECTIVE: Structure and Properties of MatterPlan and conduct an investigation to describe and classify differentkinds of materials by their observable properties.CLASSROOM RULES1.2.3.Be RespectfulBe ResponsibleBe SafeAnalyze data obtained from testing different materials to determinewhich materials have the properties that are best suited for an intendedpurposeMake observations to construct an evidence-based account of how anobject made of a small set of pieces can be disassembled and made intoa new objectConstruct an argument with evidence that some changes caused byheating or cooling can be reversed and some cannot.OBJECTIVE: Interdependent Relationships in EcosystemsPlan and conduct an investigation to determine if plants need sunlightand water to growDevelop a simple model that mimics the function of an animal indispersing seeds or pollinating plants.GRADE SCALE/EXAMPLEScale 1SUScale 2Make observations of plants and animals to compare the diversity of lifein different habitatsOBJECTIVE: Earth’s Systems: Processes that Shape theRe-test policy?GRADE RUBRICEarthUse information from several sources to provide evidence that Earthevents can occur quickly or slowlyCompare multiple solutions designed to slow or prevent wind or waterfrom changing the shape of the landDevelop a model to represent the shapes and kinds of land and bodies ofwater in an area.Obtain information to identify where water is found on Earth and that itcan be solid or liquidOBJECTIVE: Engineering DesignAsk questions, make observations, and gather information about asituation people want to change to define a simple problem that can besolved through the development of a new or improved object or tool.Develop a simple sketch, drawing, or physical model to illustrate howthe shape of an object helps it function as needed to solve a givenproblem.ITEMOption 1Weight (100%)TestProjectsClasswork503020

ENRICHMENT OPTIONSAnalyze data from tests of two objects designed to solve the sameproblem to compare the strengths and weaknesses of how eachperforms.Second Grade ScienceCommon Core Standards are marked CC.Grade Level/Dept.Grade 2 ScienceInstructorMrs. Vicki FeldkerCertification/sMiddle School Language ArtsDegree/sMAED Teacher Leadership, BS Elementary EducationTextbook/ Interactive ScienceResourcesPearsonrealize.com, Interactive ScienceE-MAILvfeldker@holytrinityedu.orgCC: NGSS Learning Objectives/Standards-Grade 2OBJECTIVE: Structure and Properties of MatterPlan and conduct an investigation to describe and classify differentkinds of materials by their observable properties.CLASSROOM RULES1.2.3.Be RespectfulBe ResponsibleBe SafeAnalyze data obtained from testing different materials to determinewhich materials have the properties that are best suited for an intendedpurposeMake observations to construct an evidence-based account of how anobject made of a small set of pieces can be disassembled and made intoa new objectConstruct an argument with evidence that some changes caused byheating or cooling can be reversed and some cannot.OBJECTIVE: Interdependent Relationships in EcosystemsPlan and conduct an investigation to determine if plants need sunlightand water to growDevelop a simple model that mimics the function of an animal indispersing seeds or pollinating plants.GRADE SCALE/EXAMPLEScale 1SUScale 2Make observations of plants and animals to compare the diversity of lifein different habitatsOBJECTIVE: Earth’s Systems: Processes that Shape theRe-test policy?GRADE RUBRICEarthUse information from several sources to provide evidence that Earthevents can occur quickly or slowlyCompare multiple solutions designed to slow or prevent wind or waterfrom changing the shape of the landDevelop a model to represent the shapes and kinds of land and bodies ofwater in an area.Obtain information to identify where water is found on Earth and that itcan be solid or liquidOBJECTIVE: Engineering DesignAsk questions, make observations, and gather information about asituation people want to change to define a simple problem that can besolved through the development of a new or improved object or tool.Develop a simple sketch, drawing, or physical model to illustrate howITEMOption 1Weight (100%)TestProjectsClasswork503020

the shape of an object helps it function as needed to solve a givenproblem.ENRICHMENT OPTIONSAnalyze data from tests of two objects designed to solve the sameproblem to compare the strengths and weaknesses of how eachperforms.Second Grade Social StudiesCommon Core Standards are marked CC.Grade Level/Dept.Grade 2 Social StudiesInstructorMrs. Vicki FeldkerCertification/sMiddle School Langauge ArtsDegree/sMAED Teacher Leadership, BS Elementary EducationTextbook/ MyWorld Social olytrinityedu.orgCC: IL Social Studies Learning Objectives/Standards-Grade 2OBJECTIVE: Civics StandardsExplain what governments are and some of their functions (e.g. makingand enforcing laws, protecting citizens, and collecting taxes).CLASSROOM RULES1.2.3.Be RespectfulBe ResponsibleBe SafeDescribe how communities work to accomplish common tasks,establish responsibilities, and fulfill rolesof authority.OBJECTIVE: Geography StandardsConstruct and interpret maps and other graphic representations ofboth familiar and unfamiliar places.Identify some cultural and environmental characteristics of yourcommunity and compare to otherPlaces.GRADE SCALE/EXAMPLEScale 1SUExplain how people in your community use local and distantenvironments to meet their daily needs.Economics and Financial LiteracyStandardsOBJECTIVE:Re-test policy?Demonstrate how our choices can affect ourselves and others inpositive and negative ways.Explain the role of money in making exchange easier.GRADE RUBRICITEMOption 1Weight (100%)Compare the goods and services that people in the local communityproduce and those that areproduced in other communitiesTestProjectsClasswork503020OBJECTIVE: History StandardsSummarize changes that have occurred in the local community overtime.Compare individuals and groups who have shaped a significanthistorical change.Explain how different kinds of historical sources (such as writtendocuments, objects, artistic works, andoral accounts) can be used to study the past.Objective: Inquiry StandardsCreate questions to help guide inquiry about a topic with guidancefrom adults and/or peersENRICHMENT OPTIONSScale 2

Explore facts from various sources that can be used to answer thedeveloped questions.Ask and answer questions about arguments and explanations.Evaluate a source by distinguishing between fact and opinion.Gather information from one or two sources with guidance andsupport from adults and/or peers.

GRADE 2 SYLLABUS AND CURRICULUM INFORMATION Second Grade English/Language Arts Grade Level/Dept. Grade 2 Instructor Mrs. Vicki Feldker Certification/s Elementary Education, Middle school Language Arts Degree/s BS Elementary Ed. MAED Teacher Leadership Textbook/ Journeys 2014 Resources Journeys text, teacherspayteachers.com,

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