Grade 1 Version: 05-06 CPS


 
Scholastic Area that Course Is Active In: Language Arts

Strand: Reading (K-5)


 
ELA1R1: Concepts of Print
The student demonstrates knowledge of concepts of print.
Element: ELA1R1.a Concepts of Print
The student understands that there are correct spellings for words.
Element: ELA1R1.b Concepts of Print
Identifies the beginning and end of a sentence and a paragraph.
Element: ELA1R1.c Concepts of Print
Demonstrates an understanding that punctuation and capitalization are used in all written sentences.
 

 
ELA1R2: Phonological Awareness
The student demonstrates the ability to identify and orally manipulate words and individual sounds within those spoken words.
Element: ELA1R2.a Phonological Awareness
Isolates beginning, middle, and ending sounds in single-syllable words.
Element: ELA1R2.b Phonological Awareness
Identifies onsets and rimes in spoken one-syllable words.
Element: ELA1R2.c Phonological Awareness
Adds; deletes or substitutes target sounds to change words (e.g., change top to stop; change smile to mile; change cat to cap).
Element: EAL1R1.2.d Phonological Awareness
Distinguishes between long and short vowel sounds in spoken, one-syllable words (can and cane).
Element: EAL1R1.2.e Phonological Awareness
Orally blends two to four phonemes into recognizable and/or nonsense words.
Element: EAL1R1.2.f Phonological Awareness
Automatically segments one-syllable words into sounds.
 

 
ELA1R3: Phonics
The student demonstrates the relationship between letters and letter combinations of written words and the sounds of spoken words.
Element: ELA1R3.a Phonics
Automatically generates the sounds for all letters and letter patterns, including long and short vowels.
Element: ELA1R3.e Phonics
Reads compound words and contractions in grade appropriate texts.
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Element: ELA1R3.f Phonics
Reads words containing vowel digraphs and r-controlled vowels.
Element: ELA1R3.b Phonics
Applies knowledge of letter-sound correspondence to decode new words.
Element: ELA1R3.c Phonics
Reads words containing consonant blends and digraphs.
Element: ELA1R3.d Phonics
Reads words with inflectional endings (e.g., ing, es, s, ed).
Element: ELA1R3.g Phonics
Uses spelling patterns to recognize words.
Element: ELA1R3.h Phonics
Applies learned phonics skills when reading and writing words, sentences, and stories.
Element: ELA1R3.i Phonics
Identifies syllables (word parts) in multi-syllable words.
 

 
ELA1R4: Fluency
The student demonstrates the ability to read orally with speed, accuracy, and expression.
Element: ELA1R4.b Fluency
Automatically recognizes additional high frequency and familiar words within texts.
Element: ELA1R4.d Fluency
Reads first-grade text at a target rate of 60 words correct per minute.
Element: ELA1R4.a Fluency
Applies letter-sound knowledge to decode quickly and accurately.
Element: ELA1R4.c Fluency
Reads grade-level text with appropriate expression.
2 Resources
Element: ELA1R4.e Fluency
Uses self-correction when subsequent reading indicates an earlier misreading within grade-level text.
31 Resources
 

 
ELA1R5: Vocabulary
The student acquires and uses grade-level words to communicate effectively.
Element: ELA1R5.b Vocabulary
Recognizes grade-level words with multiple meanings.
Element: ELA1R5.c Vocabulary
Identifies words that are opposites (antonyms) or have similar meanings (synonyms).
1 Resources
Element: ELA1R5.a Vocabulary
Reads and listens to a variety of texts and uses new words in oral and written language.
5 Resources
 

 
ELA1R6: Comprehension
The student uses a variety of strategies to understand and gain meaning from grade-level text.
Element: ELA1R6.a Comprehension
Reads and listens to a variety of texts for information and pleasure.
5 Resources
Element: ELA1R6.b Comprehension
Makes predictions using prior knowledge.
Element: ELA1R6.c Comprehension
Asks and answers (implicit, explicit, and evaluative) questions about essential narrative elements (e.g., beginning-middle-end, setting, characters, problems, events, resolution) of a read-aloud or independently read text.
40 Resources
Element: ELA1R6.d Comprehension
Retells stories read independently or with a partner.
Element: ELA1R6.e Comprehension
Distinguishes fact from fiction and identifies literary forms (e.g., fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and drama).
Element: ELA1R6.f Comprehension
Makes connections between texts and/or personal experiences.
Element: ELA1R6.g Comprehension
Identifies the explicit (literal) and implicit (inferential) main idea and supporting details of informational text and fictional text read or heard.
5106 Resources
Element: ELA1R6.h Comprehension
Integrates language structure (syntax), meaning clues (semantics), phonetic strategies, and sight vocabulary when reading orally and silently, self-monitors comprehension and rereads when necessary.
10 Resources
Element: ELA1R6.i Comprehension
Recognizes cause-and-effect relationships in text.
11 Resources
Element: ELA1R6.j Comprehension
Identifies word parts (root words, prefixes, suffixes) to determine meaning.
Element: ELA1R6.k Comprehension
Begins to use dictionary and glossary skills (e.g., alphabetize to the first letter, use guide words) to determine word meanings.
Element: ELA1R6.l Comprehension
Recognizes plot, setting, and character within texts, and compares and contrasts these elements among texts.
Element: ELA1R6.m Comprehension
Recognizes and uses graphic features (e.g., labels, tables, charts) and text features (e.g., headings, labels, table of contents, captions, bold print, glossary) and graphic organizers to understand text.
15 Resources
 

Strand: Writing


 
ELA1W1 Writing Process
The student begins to understand the principles of writing. The student:
Element: ELA1W1.a Writing Process
Writes texts of a length appropriate to address a topic and tell a story.
Element: ELA1W1.b Writing Process
Describes an experience in writing.
Element: ELA1W1.c Writing Process
Rereads writing to self and others, revises to add details, and edits to make corrections.
Element: ELA1W1.d Writing Process
Prints with appropriate spacing between words and sentences.
Element: ELA1W1.e Writing Process
Writes in complete sentences with correct subject-verb agreement.
Element: ELA1W1.f Writing Process
Uses nouns (singular and plural) correctly.
2 Resources
Element: ELA1W1.g Writing Process
Begins to use personal pronouns (e.g., I, me, we, us) in place of nouns.
2 Resources
Element: ELA1W1.h Writing Process
Uses singular possessive pronouns.
2 Resources
Element: ELA1W1.i Writing Process
Begins to write different types of sentences (e.g., simple/compound and declarative/interrogative).
Element: ELA1W1.j Writing Process
Begins to use common rules of spelling and high frequency sight words.
Element: ELA1W1.k Writing Process
Begins to use a variety of resources (picture dictionaries, the Internet, books) and strategies to gather information to write about a topic.
2 Resources
Element: ELA1W1.l Writing Process
Uses appropriate end punctuation (period and question mark) and correct capitalization of initial words and common proper nouns (e.g., personal names, months).
2 Resources
Element: ELA1W1.m Writing Process
Uses commas in a series of items.
2 Resources
 

 
ELA1W2 Narrative Writing
The student writes in a variety of genres including Narrative Writing. The student will write a narrative that:
Element: ELA1W2a
Narrative Writing: Begins to capture a reader's interest by writing a personal story.
Element: ELA1W2b
Narrative Writing: Begins to maintain a focus.
Element: ELA1W2c
Narrative Writing: Adds details to expand a story.
Element: ELA1W2d
Narrative Writing: Begins to use organizational structures (beginning, middle, end, and sequence of events) and strategies (transition words and time cue words).
Element: ELA1W2e
Narrative Writing: Begins to develop characters and setting through dialogue and descriptive adjectives.
Element: ELA1W2f
Narrative Writing: Begins to develop a sense of closure.
Element: ELA1W2g
Narrative Writing: May include oral or written pre-writing (graphic organizer).
Element: ELA1W2h
Narrative Writing: May include a draft that is revised and edited.
Element: ELA1W2i
Narrative Writing: May be published.
 

 
Informational Writing
The student writes in a variety of genres including Informational Writing. The student produces informational writing that:
Element: ELA1W2a
Informational Writing: Begins to capture a reader's interest.
Element: ELA1W2b
Informational Writing: Stays on one topic and begins to maintain focus.
Element: ELA1W2c
Informational Writing: Adds details to expand a topic.
Element: ELA1W2d
Informational Writing: Begins to use organizational structures (steps, chronological order) and strategies (description).
Element: ELA1W2e
Informational Writing: Begins to use graphic features (charts, pictures, headings).
Element: ELA1W2f
Informational Writing: Begins to use a variety of resources (picture dictionaries, Internet, books) and strategies to gather information to write about a topic.
Element: ELA1W2g
Informational Writing: Begins to develop a sense of closure.
Element: ELA1W2h
Informational Writing: May include oral or written prewriting (graphic organizers).
Element: ELA1W2i
Informational Writing: May include a draft that is revised and edited.
Element: ELA1W2j
Informational Writing: May be published.
 

 
Persuasive Writing
The student writes in a variety of genres including Persuasive Writing. The student produces a persuasive piece that:
Element: ELA1W2a
Persuasive Writing: Captures a reader's interest by stating a position/opinion.
Element: ELA1W2b
Persuasive Writing: Begins to maintain a focus.
Element: ELA1W2c
Persuasive Writing: Adds details to support an opinion.
Element: ELA1W2d
Persuasive Writing: Begins to use formats appropriate to the genre (letter, list of reasons, poster).
Element: ELA1W2e
Persuasive Writing: May have a sense of closure.
Element: ELA1W2f
Persuasive Writing: May include oral or written prewriting (graphic organizer).
Element: ELA1W2g
Persuasive Writing: May include a draft that is revised and edited.
Element: ELA1W2h
Persuasive Writing: May be published.
 

 
Response to Literature
The student writes in a variety of genres, including Response to Literature. The student produces a response to literature that:
Element: ELA1W2a
Response to Literature: Captures a reader's interest by stating a position/opinion about a text.
Element: ELA1W2b
Response to Literature: Begins to demonstrate an understanding of the text through oral retelling, pictures, or in writing.
Element: ELA1W2c
Response to Literature: Makes connections: text-to-self, text-to-text, text-to-world.
Element: ELA1W2d
Response to Literature: Begins to use organizational structures (beginning, middle, and end with details from the text).
Element: ELA1W2e
Response to Literature: May have a sense of closure.
Element: ELA1W2f
Response to Literature: May include oral or written prewriting (graphic organizers).
Element: ELA1W2g
Response to Literature: May include a draft that is revised and edited.
Element: ELA1W2h
Response to Literature: May be published.
 

Strand: Listening, Speaking and Viewing


 
ELA1LSV1 Listening/Speaking/Viewing
The student uses oral and visual strategies to communicate.
Element: ELA1LSV1.b Listening/Speaking/Viewing
Recalls information presented orally.
Element: ELA1LSV1.a Listening/Speaking/Viewing
Follows three-part oral directions.
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Element: ELA1LSV1.c Listening/Speaking/Viewing
Responds appropriately to orally presented questions.
Element: ELA1LSV1.d Listening/Speaking/Viewing
Increases vocabulary to reflect a growing range of interests and knowledge.
Element: ELA1LSV1.e Listening/Speaking/Viewing
Communicates effectively when relating experiences and retelling stories read, heard, or viewed.
Element: ELA1LSV1.f Listening/Speaking/Viewing
Uses complete sentences when speaking.
 

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