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Second Grade Curriculum. Mrs. Franks Mrs. Gore Mrs. Prafka Mrs. Wiggins. Proficiency Standards for Reading. Beginning of the Year Reading Level J(BOY) Reading Level K for end of first nine weeks Oral Retell 3 out of 5 questions Written retell of 2 or higher. (0-3 scale) - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Second Grade CurriculumMrs. Franks Mrs. Gore Mrs. Prafka Mrs. Wiggins

  • Proficiency Standards for ReadingBeginning of the Year Reading Level J(BOY)Reading Level K for end of first nine weeksOral Retell 3 out of 5 questionsWritten retell of 2 or higher. (0-3 scale)

    Middle of the Year Reading Level L (MOY)Reading Level L for end of 2nd nine weeksOral Retell 3 out of 5 questionsWritten retell of 2 or higher. (0-3 scale)

  • Proficiency Standards for Reading

    Reading Level M for end of third nine weeks

    End of Year (EOY) Reading Level NReading Level N for end of fourth nine weeksOral Retell 3 out of 5 questionsWritten retell of 2 or higher. (0-3 scale)

  • mClass Dibles and TRCmClass is our reading assessment platform for K-3.There are 2 components to 2nd grades test, Dibles and TRC.Dibels cover 2 assessments in 2nd grade. The first is NWF (Nonsense Word Fluency) and Dorf (Oral Reading Fluency).TRC assess Text Reading Comprehension.

  • Home Connect Letter

    Once a testing session is complete (BOY, MOY, EOY) a tailored letter for your child is generated. It outlines your childs success with the assessment and gives you tips that you can use to help your child.

  • Strategies for Parents

    Reading through the words Using the storys meaningSelf CorrectingFluency (speed with accuracy) Comprehension (oral and written)

  • Story Elements from Retelling QuestionsCharacter DevelopmentSetting PlotProblemSolution Authors PurposeText to TextSpecific Details

  • Character DevelopmentDescribe how characters respond to major events & challenges.Choose one character. Why is this character important in the story?How do any of the characters feelings change throughout the story? All written answers must use specific details (key ideas) from the text to support their answer.

  • SettingWhere does the story take place?Tell me what the place was like?Have you ever been to a place like this?Did the story take place a long time ago/in the future/now/a season/abstract/more than one day?If the setting changed, how would it change the story? (time or place)

  • PlotWhat happens in the story.BeginningMiddleEnd

  • Problem

    Is there a problem?Who has a problem? Is there one problem or more?Which type of conflict is in your book?

  • SolutionHow does the problem get solved?How would you solve the problem?Did the character (s) solve the problem the best way possible? How do you know?

  • Authors PurposeWhy do you think the author wrote this story?Persuade (nonfiction) Inform (nonfiction)Entertain (fiction)

  • Text to Text Compare and contrast two or more versions of the same story. (fiction)Compare and contrast two books on the same topic (nonfiction)

  • Specific DetailsAsk and answer (oral & written) such questions as:Who?What?Where?When?Why?How?

  • GenreFiction (realistic, fairy tales, fantasy, fables, and folk tales)PoetryNonfiction (biography, autobiography, informational)

  • Text FeaturesCaptionsDiagramsBold PrintGlossariesIndexesElectronic Menus & Icons

  • Language Arts Standards 1. Reading in Literature (comprehension of fictional text) 2. Reading Informational Text (comprehension of nonfiction text) 3. Language Skills (conventions of standard English and vocabulary) 4. Writing (narrative, informative, opinion) 5. Speaking and Listening (productive participation in discussions of writing) 6. Foundational Skills (phonics, word recognition, spelling and fluency)

    *These are assessed formatively through using journal writing, reading groups, and writing samples. Summative assessments are Reading 3D, and language arts tests.

  • Math Standards80% proficiency or higher for objectives covered in the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd nine weeks.By the end of the year, 80% proficiency or higher for all objectives to meet promotion standards.

  • Math StandardsOperations and Algebraic Thinking Numbers and Operations in Base Ten Measurement and Data


  • Operations and Algebraic ThinkingFluently add and subtract within 20 using mental strategies.Need to know all sums of two one - digit numbers from memory.Arrays

    Odd and Even

  • Explain Your ReasoningChildren must be able to explain how they solved any problem using words, pictures, or numbers.Use math vocabulary.(equation, partitioning, sum, difference, addends)SHOW YOUR WORK!

  • Numbers and Operations in Base tenPlace Value (hundreds, tens, and ones)Skip Counting (5, 10, 100)Ten more, Ten less, One hundred more, One hundred less (mentally)Read and Write NumbersCompare numbers (>,
  • Measurement and DataSelecting and using appropriate tools.(rulers, yard sticks, meter sticks, measuring tapes)Measure an object with two different units and compare and discuss.Estimate lengths using inches, feet, yards.Compare the length of different objects with the same unit.Solve word problems involving measurement.

  • Time and MoneyAM and PMAnalog and DigitalReading time to the nearest five minutes.Solving word problems involving dollar bills, quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies.Use the dollar and cent symbols correctly.

  • DataLine Plot

    Picture GraphBar Graph

  • GeometryRecognize and draw plane shapes.Identify triangles, quadrilaterals, hexagons, and cubes.Partition rectangles into rows and columns (arrays).Partition circles and rectangles into 2, 3, or 4 equal shares (fractions).Describe the whole as 2/2, 3/3, 4/4.

  • Science and Social StudiesPhysical Science (sound and matter)Earth Science (weather)Life Science (animal life cycles)

    History (timeline, sequencing of events, and people)Geography and Environment (maps, natural resources, and how we affect the environment)Economics and Finance (needs/wants, goods/services, consumers/producers, and using money)Civics and Government (purposes of the government, rules/laws, and good citizenship)Culture (understand how cultures influence communities and understanding diversity, recognize the different traditions and customs)

  • Wilson County Grade ScaleM: mastery 90% and above.

    S: satisfactory 80% to 89%

    N: needs improvement 70% to 79%

    U: unsatisfactory 69% below

  • Thank you so much for supporting your child and our efforts.If you have any questions please feel free to contact your second grade teachers!!!Mrs. FranksMrs. GoreMrs. PrafkaMrs. Wiggins