Bolivar Primary School

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                                   2nd GRADE READING CURRICULUM MAP

QUARTER

Unit

TIME ALLOTTED

Topic

Objective

*Power Standard

GLE

1st

Unit 1

Mini-lessons only

Use Daily 5 for focus lessons

5 Weeks

Knowing Yourself As A Reader

*Read and comprehend grade level text

RL 2.10; RI 2.10

R1D2, R1H2a

 

Unit 2 Week 1

1 Week

Making Predictions

*Ask and answer such questions as who, what, where, when, why and how to demonstrate understanding details in literature and informational text.

RL 2.1; RI 2.1

R1H2a,c;

R2C2a-d;

R3C2 a-g

 

Unit 2 Week 2

1 Week

Asking Questions

*Ask and answer such questions as who, what, where, when, why and how to demonstrate understanding details in literature and informational text.

RL 2.1; RI 2.1

R1H2a,c;

R2C2a-d;

R3C2 a-g

 

Unit 2 Week 3

1 Week

Problem Solving Unfamiliar Words

Determine the meaning of words and phrases in a text relevant to a grade 2 topic or subject area

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RI 2.4

 

QUARTER

Unit

TIME ALLOTTED

Topic

Objective

*Power Standard

GLE

2nd

Unit 2 Week 4

1 Week

Summarizing and Retelling

* Recount stories in sequence and determine their central message, lesson or moral

RL 2.2; RL 2.5

R1H2b,d;

R2C2c

 

Unit 3 Week 1

1 Week

Making Connections

*Read and comprehend grade level text

RL 2.10; RI 2.10

R1D2, R1H2a

 

Unit 3 Week 2

1 Week

Activating Background Knowledge

*Read and comprehend grade level text

RL 2.10; RI 2.10

R1D2, R1H2a

 

 Unit 3 Week 3

1 Week

Building Vocabulary and Concept Knowledge

*Determine the meaning of words, multiple-meaning words and phrases in a text

RI 2.4; RL 2.4

R1E2a-c; R1E2; R1E2a; R1E2b

 

Unit 3 Week 4

1 Week

Making Inferences

*Read and comprehend grade level text

RL 2.10; RI 2.10

R1D2, R1H2a

 

Unit 5 Week 1

1 Week

Setting and Monitoring Your Purpose for Reading

Know and use various text features to locate key facts or information in a text efficiently.

RI 2.5

 

 

Unit 5 Week 2

1 Week

Identifying and Using Nonfiction Features and Structures

Know and use various text features to locate key facts or information in a text efficiently.

Explain how specific images contribute to and clarify a text.

Describe how reasons support specific points the author makes in a text.

RI 2.5

RI 2.7

RI 2.8

 

QUARTER

Unit

TIME ALLOTTED

Topic

Objective

*Power Standard

GLE

3rd

Unit 5 Week 3

1 Week

Identifying and Using Nonfiction Features and Structures

Know and use various text features to locate key facts or information in a text efficiently.

Identify the main purpose of a text, including what the author wants to answer, explain, or describe.

RI 2.5

RI 2.6

 

 

Unit 5 Week 4

1 Week

Identifying and Using Nonfiction Features and Structures

Know and use various text features to locate key facts or information in a text efficiently.

Describe the connection between a series of historical events, scientific ideas or concepts, or steps in technical procedures in a text.

RI 2.5

RI 2.3

 

 

Unit 4 Week 1

1 Week

Understanding Story Grammar

* Recount stories in sequence and determine their central message, lesson or moral

RL 2.2; RL 2.5

R1H2b,d;

R2C2c

 

Unit 4 Week 2

1 Week

Understanding Story Grammar

Describe how characters in a story respond to major events and challenges.

* Recount stories in sequence and determine their central message, lesson or moral

 

RL 2.3

RL 2.2; RL 2.5

 

R1H2b,d;

R2C2c

QUARTER

Unit

TIME ALLOTTED

Topic

Objective

*Power Standard

GLE

 

Unit 4 Week 3

1 Week

Identifying and Understanding Literary Devices

Describe how words and phrases supply rhythm and meaning in a story, poem, or song.

RL 2.4

 

 

Unit 4 Week 4

1 Week

Identifying and Using Text Features

Use information gained from the illustrations and words in a print or digital text to demonstrate an understanding of its characters, setting, or plot.

RL 2.7

 

4th

Unit 6 Week 1

1 Week

Taking Notes on Fiction

Read and comprehend grade level text

RL 2.10; RI 2.10

R1D2, R1H2a

 

Unit 6 Week 2

1 Week

Taking Notes on Nonfiction

Identify the main purpose of the text, including what the author wants to answer, explain, or describe.

RI 2.6

 

 

Unit 6 Week 3

1 Week

Self-Monitoring/Self-Correcting

* Identify the main idea of a text

* Read with sufficient accuracy, fluency and expression to support comprehension

RI 2.2

RF 2.4

R3C2d

R1F2d; R1D2; R1G2c

 

Unit 6 Week 4

1 Week

Visualizing

* Read and comprehend grade level text

RL 2.10; RI 2.10

R1D2, R1H2a

 

Unit 7 Week 1

1 Week

Responding to Characters

Describe how characters in a story respond to major events and challenges.

RL 2.3

 

QUARTER

Unit

TIME ALLOTTED

Topic

Objective

*Power Standard

GLE

 

Unit 7 Week 2

1 Week

Evaluating Nonfiction

Identify the main purpose of a text, including what the author wants to answer, explain, or describe.

RI 2.6

 

 

Unit 7 Week 3

1 Week

Engaging With Books

* Read and comprehend grade level text.

Acknowledge differences in the points of view of characters, including by speaking in a different voice for each character when reading dialogue aloud.

RL 2.10; RI 2.10

RL 2.6

R1D2, R1H2a

 

Unit 7 Week 4

Not on calendar

Identifying and Evaluating the Theme of the Book

* Recount stories in sequence and determine their central message, lesson or moral

RL 2.2; RL 2.5

R1H2b,d;

R2C2c

 

**Every week, the following Power Standards are included:

Know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words - RF 2.3

Read with sufficient accuracy, fluency and expression to support comprehension – RF 2.4

 

**In one of our buffer weeks, after Unit 2 Week 4, we will include:

Compare and contrast two or more versions of the same story by different authors or

different cultures.  – RL 2.9

Compare and contrast the most important points presented by two texts on the same topic.

 - RI – 2.9


 

2nd GRADE WRITING CURRICULUM MAP

 

First Quarter – uses spacing, forms letters neatly and correctly

August/September

  • writing samples – first 2 days
  • Unit 1, Week 1/Set up Writer’s Workshop – 4 weeks
    • Ideas/seeds notebook
    • Teacher model writing process
    • Students begin writing process
  • Unit 2, Week 1/Personal Narrative  – 5 weeks
    • Great beginnings (Most Wonderful Writing Lessons Ever)
    • Great endings (MWWLE)
  • Unit 2, Week 2
    • Show Don’t Tell (MWWLE)

October

    • Revise/Edit (anchor chart and hamburger rubric from Pinterest)
    • Buffer week to publish 

Second Quarter – applies basic capitalization, applies basic punctuation, uses complete sentences

  • Unit 1, Week 3/Descriptive writing – 4 weeks
    • Fancy words
    • Descriptive writing – using senses
  • Unit 4, Week 1 GHGR/Creative writing – 4 weeks 

Third Quarter – progressing from phonetic to standard spelling, follows the writing process

·         All About Book (Into Writing)/Informational writing – 5 weeks

·         Seasonal Writing – 4 days

·         Review personal narrative/Narrative writing – 4 weeks 

Fourth Quarter – writing shows organization, uses details and descriptions

  • Writing samples/Narrative writing – 2 weeks
  • Unit 6, Week 2/Informational writing – 3 weeks
    • How to books
    • Publish
  • Unit 7, Week 1/Persuasive writing – 3 weeks
    • Persuasive letters

 

                           2nd GRADE MATH CURRICULUM MAP 

QUARTER

Chapter/

Concept

TIME ALLOTTED

Objectives

Power Standard

GLE

1st

Chapter 1 - Number Sense

3 Weeks

Read, write, and compare numbers to 1,000

2.NBT3

N1A2, N1C3

 

Chapter 2 - Addition Facts

 

(SKIP 2.9)

3 Weeks

Add and subtract within 20 using mental strategies

2.0A2

N3B2

 

Chapter 3 - Subtraction Facts

2 Weeks

Add and subtract within 20 using mental strategies

2.0A2

N3B2

2nd

Chapter 4 – Measurement

(SKIP 4.8)

2 Weeks

Measure length using appropriate tools

2.MD1

M1A2

 

Chapter 4 - Graphing

2 Weeks

Draw a picture graph or bar graph to represent data in up to 4 categories

2.MD10

D1C2, D1C3

 

Chapter 5 - 2 Digit Addition

Chapter 12

12.5 Column Addition

 

 

(SKIP 5.11, 5.12)

3 Weeks

Use addition and subtraction within 100 to solve word problems, taking apart, putting together (e.g. using drawings and equations)

2.0A1

N3C2, A3A2

 

Chapter 6 - 2 Digit Subtraction

 

 

 

 

(SKIP 6.5)

1 ½ Weeks

Use addition and subtraction within 100 to solve word problems, taking apart, putting together (e.g. using drawings and equations)

2.0A1

N3C2, A3A2

QUARTER

Chapter/

Concept

TIME ALLOTTED

Objectives

Power Standard

GLE

3rd

Chapter 6 - Continued

2 Weeks

 

 

 

 

Chapter 7 – Fractions

 

(SKIP 7.7, 7.8, 7.11)

2 Weeks (9 Days)

Recognize unit fractions of a shape and a set

2.G3

N1B2, N1B3

 

Chapter 7 - Time

1 ½ Weeks

Tell and write time to the nearest 5 minutes

2.MD7

M1C3

 

Chapter 8 – Geometry

 

 

 

(SKIP 8.4)

2 Weeks

Describe attributes and parts of 2- and 3- dimensional shapes; congruence and symmetry; recognize 3-D shapes

 

 

 

Chapter 9 - 3 Digit Addition and Subtraction

 

(SKIP 9.8, 9.9, 9.10, 9.12)

2 ½ Weeks

Understand that the three digits represent amounts of 100’s, 10’s, 1’s

2.NBT1

N1C2

 

 

 

Consistently add and subtract within 1,000 using strategies based on value, properties, and relationship between addition and subtraction

2.NBT5

2.NBT7

N1C2, N2A2, N3B2, N3C2, N3C3, A2B2, A3A2

4th

Chapter 9 – Continued

 

 

 

 

 

 

Money

3 Weeks

Adds coins to $1.00

 

Local Objective

 

 

 

Make change from a dollar.      

 

M1D2a

QUARTER

Chapter/

Concept

TIME ALLOTTED

Objectives

Power Standard

GLE

 

Chapter 10 –

10.1

10.3

10.10

 

 

 

 

 

(SKIP 10.2, 10.4, 10.5, 10.6, 10.7, 10.8, 10.9

3 Days

Select an appropriate unit and tool for the attribute* being measured (size, temperature, time, weight) and to the nearest inch, centimeter, degree, hour and pound.      

 

M1A2a

 

Chapter 11 - Multiplication

11.1

11.2

11.3

 

(SKIP 11.4-11.9)

3 Days

Investigate the basic concepts of multiplication using concrete manipulatives to solve problems.     

 

N2A3a

 

Chapter 12 – Patterns

12.1

1 Day

Recognize, describe, extend and construct simple numeric patterns and change from one representation to another. 

 

A1A2a

 

 

 

Describe how simple growing patterns* are generated. 

 

A1B2a

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