Standards for Teaching Seasons to K-1

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The Standards
Social Sciences/Geography
17.A.1b Identify the characteristics and purposes of geographic representations including maps, globes, graphs, photographs, software, digital images and be able to locate specific places using each

17.B.1a Identify components of the Earth’s physical systems

17.B.1b Describe physical components of ecosystems

17.C.1a Identify ways people depend on and interact with the physical environment

17.C.1b Identify opportunities and constraints of the physical environment

17.D.1 Identify changes in geographic characteristics of a local region Reading
1.A.1a Apply word analysis skills (e.g., phonics, word patterns) to recognize new words

1.A.1b Comprehend unfamiliar words using context clues and prior knowledge; verify meanings with resource materials

1.B.1a Establish purposes for reading, make predictions, connect important ideas, and link text to previous experiences and knowledge

1.B.1b Identify genres (forms and purposes) of fiction, nonfiction, poetry and electronic literary forms

Class Reading
Independent
Mini Presentations
Concentrated Units
End of Year
Seasonal
Acting as the Earth
Season/Hemisphere
Sounds
Videos
Clothing

Reading Classmates Season Pages

(Standards Continued)
1.C.1a Use information to form questions and verify predictions 1.C.1b Identify important themes and topics
1.C.1c Make comparisons across reading selections
1.C.1e Identify how authors and illustrators express their ideas in text and graphics (e.g., dialogue, conflict, shape, color, characters) 1.C.1f Use information presented in simple tables, maps and charts to form an interpretation 2.A.1b Classify literary works as fiction or nonfiction

Literature
2.B.1a Respond to literary materials by connecting them to their own experience and communicate those responses to others Writing
3.A.1 Construct complete sentences which demonstrate subject/verb agreement; appropriate capitalization and punctuation; correct spelling of appropriate, high-frequency words; and appropriate use of the eight parts of speech 3.B.1b Demonstrate focus, organization, elaboration and integration in written compositions (e.g., short stories, letters, essays, reports 3.C.1a Write for a variety of purposes including description, information, explanation, persuasion and narration Listening and Speaking

4.A.1a Listen attentively by facing the speaker, making eye contact and paraphrasing what is said 4.A.1b Ask questions and respond to questions from the teacher and from group members to improve comprehension 4.A.1c Follow oral instructions accurately

4.B.1a Present brief oral reports, using language and vocabulary appropriate to the message and audience (e.g., show and tell). 4.B.1b Participate in discussions around a common topic
Research
5.A.1a Identify questions and gather information
5.A.1b Locate information using a variety of resources
5.B.1a Select and organize information from various sources for a specific purpose 5.C.1a Write letters, reports and stories based on acquired information 5.C.1b Use print, nonprint, human and technological resources to acquire and use information Science

11.A.1a Describe an observed event
11.A.1b Develop questions on scientific topics
11.A.1c Collect data for investigations using measuring instruments and technologies 11.A.1e Arrange data into logical patterns and describe the patterns 11.A.1f Compare observations of individual and group results 12.B.1a Describe and compare characteristics of living things in relationship to their environments 12.B.1b Describe how living things depend on one another for survival 12.C.1a Identify and compare sources of energy (e.g., batteries, the sun) 12.D.1b Identify observable forces in nature (e.g., pushes, pulls, gravity, magnetism) 12.E.1a Identify components and describe diverse features of the Earth’s land, water and atmospheric systems 12.E.1b...
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