Third Trimester Curriculum Topics – First Grade 2019-2020

Miss Ambroselli

First Grade

Third Trimester Curriculum Topics 2020

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ELA:

Phonemic Awareness, Phonics, and/or Structural Analysis:

  • Associate long vowel wounds with CVVC
  • Decode CVVe words and CVVC words with endings /–ing/, /-ed/, /-er/, /est/
  • Read and understand contractions with /n’t/
  • Decode words with the noun suffix /-er/
  • Identify base words in words with endings
  • Associate /y/ with /i/ and /e/
  • Associate /ay/ with /a/
  • Decode words with y/i/, y/e/,and ay/a/
  • Decode words ending in y, ier, iest, ied, ies
  • Identify base words in words with endings
  • Associate a with /a/, e with /e/, i with /i/, o with /o/, u with /u/
  • Decode long vowels
  • Read contractions formed with is, am, are, will
  • Associate aw with /o/ and all with /ol/
  • Decode words with /aw/ and /all/
  • Associate ar with /ar/, or with /or/ and ir, er, ur with /er/
  • Decode words with r-controlled vowels
  • Associate oi, oy with /oi/
  • Decode words with oi and oy
  • Associate ar, or, ear with /er/
  • Decode trickers with ar, or, ear/er/
  • Associate ou with /ou/ and ow with /ou/, /o/
  • Decode words with ow and ou
  • Identify /oo/
  • Associate oo with /oo/
  • Decode words with oo
  • Decode words with soft c and g
  • Decode trickers with tag-along e
  • Identify rhyming words

Spelling:

  • Encoding: CVVC words (/-ing/, /-ed/, /-er/, /-est/
  • Spell contractions with /n’t/
  • Apply spelling rules for adding endings
  • Associate /y/ with /i/ and /e/
  • Associate /ay/ with /a/
  • Decode words with y/i/, y/e/,and ay/a/
  • Decode words ending in y, ier, iest, ied, ies
  • Identify base words in words with endings
  • Spell contractions formed with is, am, are, will
  • Encode long-vowel trickers
  • Encode Pattern Words with all and aw
  • Encode Pattern Words with oi and oy
  • Encode trickers with ar, or, ear/er/
  • Encode Pattern words with ow and ou
  • Encode Pattern Words
  • Encode Pattern Words with soft c and g
  • Encode trickers with tag-along e

Comprehension:

  • Monitor comprehension
  • Understand setting and its importance
  • Recognize text structure
  • Identify lessons taught in a story,  play, or fable
  • Summarize
  • Recognize plot (beginning, middle, endings
  • Generate questions to determine important ideas
  • Associate words with pictures
  • Recognize text structure
  • Understand setting
  • Determine cause and effect
  • Identify main idea and supporting details
  • Draw conclusions and understand characters
  • Use prior knowledge and monitor comprehension
  • Recognize patterns, rhymes, and rhythm
  • Generate questions
  • Recognize plot: beginning, middle, end; Problem and solution
  • Compare and contrast texts
  • Sequence steps and events
  • Understand descriptive language
  • Use prior knowledge and summarize
  • Identify lessons that a story teachers
  • Understand characters
  • Generate questions

Vocabulary 

  • Understand comparative and superlative adjectives
  • Understand compound words
  • Recognize and understand Memory Words and Pattern Words
  • Synonyms, antonyms, homophones, homographs, onomatopoeia, story words, idioms, and multiple meaning words
  • Categorize words

Fluency:

  • Use proper pitch and volume
  • Observe punctuation and use of typographical clues
  • Read with natural phrasing and expression
  • Read at an appropriate rate, rhythmically, and with expression
  • Read with natural phrasing
  • Read with appropriate stress

Writing:

  • Writing process: Plan, draft, revise, edit, publish
  • Plan and draft a personal narrative as part of the writing process
  • Revise, edit, and publish a personal narrative as part of the writing process
  • Write sentences, notes, messages
  • Draw and label a diagram
  • Write responses to questions about yourself
  • Write directions with sequence words
  • Write a story for pictures in a sequence
  • Take notes and write a report about an animal
  • Plan and draft a story as part of the writing process

Grammar, Usage, and Mechanics:

  • Understand verbs and endings –ed, -es
  • Understand words with the suffix /-er/
  • Understand and form comparative and superlative adjectives
  • Understand verbs and endings –ed, -es
  • Understand and form words with -ful
  • Understand and form adverbs with -ly

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Religion:

  • The Three Days
  • The Stations of the Cross
  • Easter
  • We Celebrate the Sacraments
  • We are Followers of Jesus
  • Jesus Gives us the Eucharist
  • We Celebrate the Mass
  • We Share God’s Love
  • The May Crowning
  • Mary- Our Mother
  • Saints 

Science:

    • Health and Nutrition
    • Living and Non-living Things
    • Animals and Habitats- Endangered, Ocean, and Egg
    • Animal Adaptations
    • Kites
    • The Sky
    • Sun, Stars, Moon, and Planets
    • Weather and Seasons
    • Caring for the Earth
    • Earth Day
    • Earth’s Resources: Rocks, Minerals, Soil Water, Oxygen
    • Taking Care of the Earth (Pollution)
    • Planting- Plants, Trees, Flowers
    • Insects, Bees, Ladybugs, and Butterflies

Social Studies:

  • Caring for our Natural Resources
  • Need and Wants
  • Spending and Savings (money)
  • Being Good Citizens
  • All Kinds of Jobs
  • America Long Ago

Math:

    • Subtraction: Two-Digit Numbers with Regrouping
    • Geometry
    • Data and Graphs: Using Operations
    • Money and Time
    • Measurements
    • Fractions and Probability
    • Fact Families