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2017-2018 First Grade TD Literacy Scope and Sequence Alignment

Major Concepts: Systems/Patterns/Relationships Purpose: Enrich and extend focus standards

Each schools TD teacher has the books pictured below that were used to create this alignment chart. Many of the
resource listed in the chart are linked to electronic versions or YouTube videos of the stories being read. Click on the
titles of activities, books, and other resources to access the electronic versions (from a CMS computer).

Jacobs Ladder Beyond Words A World of Wild, Primary Education Mindsets in the
Primary Book 1 Wacky, Wonderful Thinking Skills (PETS) Classroom
Words Book 1
2017-2018 First Grade TD Literacy Scope and Sequence Alignment
Major Concepts: Systems/Patterns/Relationships Purpose: Enrich and extend focus standards

CYCLE 1 end of August - October 13th

CMS Scope & Sequence Advanced Studies

Reading Writing Literacy Additional


Unit of Unit of Concepts Power Standards TD Resources & Alignment Universal
Study Study Concepts

Unit 1 Launch Creating a SL.1: Participate in Workshop Problem Solving Scenario Cards
Reading Writing reading culture, collaborative conversations What would you do?
Habits Workshop building good with diverse partners about
habits, and grade 1 topics and texts
establishing with peers and adults in
procedures; small and large groups. Extending Academic Conversations with Think-
using flexible Pair- Share/ Thinking Mats
thinking
begin Unit 1 strategies Mindsets Study (also listed in Cycle 3)
Word Small See Cycle 4 for recommended picture books related to
Detectives Moments mindsets; TDQs and mCLASS-style questions (RL.1).
(Focus,
Detail, RF.1: Demonstrate
Dialogue)
understanding of the Mad Libs Activity
[personal
organization and basic This extension activity challenges students to make Patterns
narrative]
features of print. sense of story structure.

RL.1: Ask and answer Jacobs Ladder Primary Book 1


questions about key details Short Story Ladders
in a text. - Ella Sarah Gets Dressed by Margaret
Chodos-Irvine (Ladders A, E)
- The Red Book by Barbara Lehman (Ladders A,
Intro to Thin and Thick C, D)
Questions Presentation
Jacobs Ladder Created Questions for Interactive
Read Aloud
Fiction
- Its Mine! A Fable by Leo Lionni
(Ladder C)
Non-Fiction
- Where Do I Live? by Neil Chesanow
(Ladder A)

RL.7: Use illustrations and Jacobs Ladder Primary Book 1


details in a story to Short Story Ladders
describe its characters, - Kittens First Full Moon by Kevin Henkes
setting, or events. (Ladders C, E, F)
- A Sick Day for Amos McGee by Phillip C.
Stead (Ladders A, C, D)

Jacobs Ladder Created Questions for Interactive


Read Aloud
- When I was Little by Jamie Lee Curtis (Ladder
D)
- Quick as a Cricket by Audrey Wood (Ladder B)

Primary Education Thinking Skills (PETS): Book 1


Dudley the Detective
Convergent/Divergent thinking, page 17-62.

W.3: Write narratives in


which they recount two or SCAMPER Activities
more appropriately * Note- Use each letter one at a time to allow students
sequenced events, include to fully develop characters, setting and plot. Can also
some details regarding be used whole group (interactive writing) and small
what happened, use group paired writing.
temporal words to signal
event order, and provide
some sense of closure.

L.5.a: Sort words into A World of Wild, Wacky, Wonderful Words:


categories (e.g., colors, Lesson 1: Introduce Word Play and Pre-assessment,
clothing) to gain a sense of page 55
the concepts the - Dr. Seusss On Beyond Zebra
categories represent. - Cathryn Falwells Word Wizard (*not available
L.5.b: Define words by on YouTube)
category and by one or Lesson 2: The Concept of Systems, page 70.
more key attributes (e.g., a
duck is a bird that swims; a Talent Development Nurturing Program (thin, spiral-
tiger is a large cat with bound books; also available by clicking titles below)
stripes). Relationships (Habitats): April 2015
Concept Development Lesson Relationships

Patterns (Holidays and Traditions): April 2014


Patterns
Concept Development Lesson
CYCLE 2 October 16th - December 1st

CMS Scope & Sequence Advanced Studies

Reading Writing Literacy Additional


Unit of Unit of Concepts Power Standards TD Resources & Alignment Universal
Study Study Concepts

RL.2: Retell stories, Jacobs Ladder Created Questions for Interactive


continue Writing Solving including key details, and Read Aloud
Word How-to unknown words demonstrate Fiction:
Detectives Books and retelling understanding of their - An Extraordinarily Egg by Leo Lionni
stories central message or lesson. (Ladder C)
- Matthew and Tilly by Rebecca C Jones
RL.3: Describe characters, (Ladder C)
setting, and major events - McDuff and the Baby by Rosemary Wells
in a story, using key (Ladder A)
optional: details. - Chrysanthemum by Kevin Henkes
Get to
Know (Ladder C)
Characters Fable:
by begin - The Ants and the Grasshopper originally told
Performing Unit 2 by Aesop (Ladders B, D)
Books Nonfiction
Chapter
Jacobs Ladder Primary Book 1
Books
- Video: Flotsam by David Wiesner (Ladders A,
C, D)
- Annos Journey by Mitsumasa Anno (Ladders
A, B, D)
- Video: Doctor Desoto by William Steig
(Ladders A, C, D)
- Video: Ox-Cart Man by Donald Hall (Ladders A,
C, F)
Primary Education Thinking Skills (PETS): Book 1
Isabel the Inventor
Divergent/Inventive Thinking, page 63-92.

RI.4: Ask and answer Jacobs Ladder Created Questions for Interactive
questions to help Read Aloud
determine or clarify the Non-fiction:
meaning of words and - George Washington and the Generals Dog
phrases in a text. by Frank Murphy (Ladder A)

W.5: With guidance and Mixed-up Fairy Tales from Imaginationsoup.net


support from adults, focus
on a topic, respond to Who Wrote It Better? presentation
questions and suggestions
from peers, and add
details to strengthen
writing as needed.

CYCLE 3 December 4th - January 26th


CMS Scope & Sequence Advanced Studies

Reading Writing Literacy Additional


Unit of Unit of Concepts Power Standards TD Resources & Alignment Universal
Study Study Concepts

RI.2: Identify the main


topic and retell key details
Identifying main
Nonfiction: continue of a text. Extending Academic Conversations Bookmark
Learn Unit 2 ideas and
about the Nonfiction details;
RI.3: Describe the
World Chapter analyzing text
connection between two
Books features
individuals, events, ideas, Jacobs Ladder Created Questions for First
or pieces of information in Grade Science Standards
a text.

RI.7: Use the illustrations


Jacobs Ladder Created Questions for Social
and details in a text to
Studies Standards
describe its key ideas.

begin Mindsets Study (also listed in Cycle 1)


Unit 3 See Cycle 4 for recommended picture books related to
Writing mindsets; TDQs and mCLASS-style questions (RL.1).
Reviews
RI.5: Know and use
various text features (e.g., Student-Created Textbook Page
headings, tables of Objective: Students will be able to create an
contents, glossaries, informational page on a self-selected topic that
electronic menus, icons) to incorporates the use of text features. Students decide
locate key facts or how and why text features are used in their piece.
information in a text.
Talent Development Nurturing Program (thin, spiral- Relationships
RI.6: Distinguish between bound books; also available by clicking title below)
information provided by Relationships in Communities: October 2016
pictures or other - Lesson 7: What is a Map? (especially Day Two, page
illustrations and
information provided by the 126)
words in a text. - Using maps of Freedom Park and Romare Bearden
Park, explain the parts of maps and their functions
RI.7: Use the illustrations
(compass rose, key, title).
and details in a text to
describe its key ideas.

RI.9: Identify basic Paired Texts


similarities in and
differences between two Additional paired texts can be located on the website
texts on the same topic ReadWorks.org
(e.g., in illustrations,
descriptions, or
procedures).

Standards of Math Primary Education Thinking Skills (PETS): Book 1


Practice 2 and 3 Sybil the Scientist
Reason abstractly and Convergent/Analytical Thinking, page 93-128.
quantitatively.
Construct viable
arguments and critique the
reasoning of others.

CYCLE 4 January 29th - March 9th

CMS Scope & Sequence Advanced Studies

Reading Writing Literacy Additional


Unit of Unit of Concepts Power Standards TD Resources & Alignment Universal
Study Study Concepts

RL.5 Explain major Book Tasting


Unit 3 continue differences between books
Readers Unit 3 that tell stories and books
Students will taste 3-5 books to make predictions,
Self-monitoring
have Big Writing
reading; writing that give information, determine authors purpose, genre, and evaluate
Jobs: Reviews
opinion pieces, drawing on wide reading of the text as a whole.
Fluency,
songs, poems a range of text types.
Phonics,
Compre- Independent Literacy Activities
hension L.5: With guidance and
Analyze the structure of text to determine how they
support from adults,
relate to each other and the whole.
demonstrate
understanding of figurative
A World of Wild, Wacky, Wonderful Words:
language, word
Poetry Lesson 3: Language and Systems, page 76.
relationships and nuances
and - Priscilla Turners The War Between the
in word meaning. Systems
Songs Vowels and the Consonants
Lesson 4: Nouns and Verbs, page 82.
Lesson 5: Adjectives and Adverbs: The Modifiers, page
91.
Lesson 6: Figures of Speech: Rhyming, page 100.

Beyond Words:
Lesson 4: Adjectives, page 68.
- Ruth Hellers Many Luscious Lollipops

RL.1: Ask and answer A World of Wild, Wacky, Wonderful Words:


questions about key details Lesson 8: Alliteration, page 112.
in the text. - Pamela Duncan Edwardss Some Smug Slug
- Chris Van Allsburgs The Z Was Zapped
RL.2: Retell stories, Lesson 9: Onomatopoeia, page 119.
including key details, and - Doreen Cronin and Betsy Lewins Dooby
demonstrate Dooby Moo
understanding of their
central message or lesson.
Primary Education Thinking Skills (PETS): Book 1
Yolanda the Yarnspinner
Divergent/Creative thinking, page 129-158.
RL.7: Use illustrations and
details in a story to
describe its characters, Talent Development Nurturing Program (thin, spiral- Patterns
setting, or events. bound books; also by clicking title below)
Patterns (Holidays and Traditions): April 2014
- Lesson #8: Mexico: How the Poinsettia Became a
Symbol of Christmas, page 41
- Text Dependent Questions about main character and
lesson learned

Talent Development Nurturing Program (thin, spiral-


bound books; also available by clicking title below)
Patterns in the Sky
Folklore is included as a recommended genre to meet
the focus standards of this cycle.
- Lessons 6, 7, 8, and 9: Close Reading in Folklore
- Be an Element Detective (graphic organizer that
guides students to determine patterns present in
folklore by listing elements for each story)

Jacobs Ladder Primary Book 1


Poetry Ladders
- The Four Friends by A.A. Milne (Ladders B,
D, F)
- Fire In the Window by Mary Mapes Dodge
(Ladders C, D, F)
- A Kitten by Eleanor Farjeon (Ladders B, D,
F)
Mindsets Picture Book Study (including TDQs and
mCLASS question stems):
Andrea Beatys Iggy Peck, Architect
Andrea Beatys Rosie Revere, Engineer
Cathryn Falwells Butterflies for Kiri
Marla Frazees Walk On!
Peter H. Reynoldss The Dot
Barney Saltzbergs Beautiful Oops!
Fran Manushkins Katie Woo: Cartwheel Katie
Kristi Yamaguchis Dream Big Little Pig

W.1: Write opinion pieces A World of Wild, Wacky, Wonderful Words:


in which they introduce the GRS/Portfolio Opportunity
topic or name the book Lesson 12: Persuasive Writing, page 137.
they are writing about, Lesson 13: Synonyms and Antonyms, page 140.
state an opinion, supply a Lesson 14: Similes, page 145.
reason for the opinion, and - James Rumfords Sequoyah - The Cherokee
provide some sense of Man Who Gave His People Writing
closure. Lesson 15: For the Pun of It, page 160.

W.5: With guidance and


support from adults, focus
on a topic, respond to Extending Academic Conversations thorough
questions and suggestions Opinion Continuum
from peers, and add
details to strengthen
writing as needed. Extending Academic Conversations using the
Conversations Planning Form

W.6: With guidance and Patterns


support from adults, use a Limerick Investigation: Analyze several
variety of digital tools to limericks to determine essential components of a
produce and publish limerick. Write your own/partner write limericks.
writing, including in
collaboration with peers. Poetry Pathway Students will work individually and
with partners to read, analyze, and write a variety of
poetic styles.

L.5: With guidance and Analogy Lesson


support from adults,
demonstrate Analogy Types
understanding of figurative
language, word
relationships and nuances
in word meaning.

CYCLE 5 March 12th - April 27th

CMS Scope & Sequence Advanced Studies

Reading Writing Literacy Additional


Unit of Unit of Concepts Power Standards TD Resources & Alignment Universal
Study Study Concepts

RL.2: Retell stories, Jacobs Ladder Primary Book 1


Unit 4 Unit 4 Examining point including key details, and Short Story Ladders
Meeting From of view and demonstrate - The Man Who Walked Between the Towers
Characters Scenes to characterization understanding of their by Mordicai Gerstein (Ladders A, B, E)
and Series: central message or lesson. - Noahs Ark by Peter Spier (Ladders A, C, D)
Learning Writing
Lessons Fiction
The Truth - Paul Bunyan by Steven Kellogg (Ladders B, C,
About RL.3: Describe characters, D)
setting, and major events - Come Away from the Water, Shirley by John
Characters in a story, using key Burningham (Ladders B, C, D)
Presentation details. - The Polar Express by Chris Van Allsburg
(Ladders A, B, C)
RL.6: Identify who is telling - Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice
the story at various points Sendak (Ladders B, D, E)
in a text. - The Girl Who Loved Wild Horses by Paul
Goble (Ladders A, C, D)
- Make Way for Ducklings by Robert McCloskey
(Ladders A, B, D)
- Owen by Kevin Henkes (Ladders A, C, E)

Poetry Ladders
- Daffodowndilly by A.A. Mine (Ladders A, C) Patterns
- The Four Friends by A.A. Mine (Ladders B,
D, F)
- A Kitten by Eleanor Farjeon (Ladders B, D,
F)
- Mummy Slept Late and Daddy Fixed
Breakfast by John Cardin (Ladders A,
F)

Jacobs Ladder Created Questions for Interactive


Read Aloud
- Caps for Sale by Esphyr Slobodkina (Ladder A)
- Curious George Goes to an Ice Cream Shop
by Margret Rey (Ladder C)
- Peters Chair by Ezra Jack Keats (Ladder D)
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aWza359JANk
- Julius by Angela Johnson (Ladder C)
Whoos Telling the Story: Graphic Organizer for any Perspective
Book

Strega Nona Activities


Strega Nona and the Magic Pasta Pot by Tomie de
Paola (Read Aloud on YouTube)
Strega Nona Vocabulary Pre-teach Presentation
Strega Nona Jacobs Ladder A
Strega Nona R.A.F.T. Activity from Fourth Fritcher

Primary Education Thinking Skills (PETS): Book 1


GRS/Portfolio Opportunity
Jordan the Judge
Evaluative Thinking, page 187-218.

RL.7: Use illustrations and Primary Education Thinking Skills (PETS): Book 1
details in a story to Max the Magician
describe its characters, Visual/Spatial Perception
setting, or events

Standards of Math The Truth About Characters:


Practice 2 and 8
Breakout Box
Reason abstractly and
quantitatively.
Look for and express
regularity in repeated
reasoning.

RL.4: Identify words and A World of Wild, Wacky, Wonderful Words:


phrases in stories or GRS/Portfolio Opportunity
poems that suggest Lesson 10: Sounds of the Alphabet, page 127.
feelings or appeal to the Lesson 11: Exploring Sounds in Other Languages,
senses. page 131.

Beyond Words:
Lesson 5: Similes and Metaphors, page 74.
- Charles Shaws It Looked Like Spilt Milk
- Thomas Lockers Cloud Dance
Lesson 6: More About Metaphor, page 78.
Lesson 7: Creating Imagery, page 83.
- Jon Scieszka and Lane Smiths Baloney
(Henry P.)

Talent Development Nurturing Program (thin, spiral- Relationships


bound books; also available by clicking title below)
Relationships (Habitats): April 2015
Small Moments Wetlands Writing (Day 3 of Lesson #9,
page 57)
- Write poem or song about a topic; this lesson
incorporates onomatopoeia, repetition, and alliteration.
- The focus is staying in a very small amount of time
and writing what you see, hear, feel, taste, and smell.

RL.9: Compare and Cowboys and Castles: A Lesson from


contrast the adventures www.ReadWriteThink.org
and experiences of
characters in stories.

W.3: Write narratives in


which they recount two or Breakout EDU: Froggy Gets Dressed
more appropriately Password: showyourwork
sequenced events, include
some details regarding
what happened, use
temporal words to signal
event order, and provide
some sense of closure.

W.5: With guidance and


support from adults, focus
on a topic, respond to
questions and suggestions
from peers, and add
details to strengthen
writing as needed.

L.5: With guidance and Analogies Song


support from adults,
demonstrate Analogy Video
understanding of figurative
language, word Analogy Worksheets
relationships and nuances
in word meaning.
CYCLE 6 April 30th - end of year

CMS Scope & Sequence Advanced Studies

Reading Writing Literacy Additional


Unit of Unit of Concepts Power Standards TD Resources & Alignment Universal
Study Study Concepts

RI.2: Identify the main Jacobs Ladder Created Questions for Interactive
Nonfiction Independent Determining topic and retell key details Read Aloud
Book Writing main idea, of a text. - Throw Your Tooth on the Roof: Tooth
Clubs Projects
supporting Traditions from Around the World by Selby B.
Across
Genres details RI.8: Identify the reasons Beeler (Ladder B)
an author gives to support - Dinosaur Babies by Lucille Recht Penner:
points in a text. (Ladder B)

Independent Activities for RI.2


Determine central ideas or themes of a text and analyze
their development.
Additional selections can be found on the website
readworks.org
Independent Activities for RI.8
Delineate and evaluate the argument and specific
claims in the text.

Nonfiction Extensions
Use graphic organizers (e.g., Main Idea and Supporting Relationships
Details on pages 3-6) to analyze nonfiction texts.
- Graphic Organizers: Expository Text Structure
(from The Florida Center for Reading Research)
- Nonfiction Reading Passages (omit test prep
questions)
- example of expository text wheel for
Animals with Parachutes (pg 18 in
Nonfiction Reading Passages link,
above)

The Important Book Study


- Read aloud on YouTube
- Lesson ideas
- basic template to print
- template with more writing space

RI.4: Ask and answer A World of Wild, Wacky, Wonderful Words:


questions to help Lesson 16: Create Your Own Secret language, page
determine or clarify the 166.
meaning of words and Lesson 17: Closure and Post-assessment
phrases in a text. - Kate Bankss Maxs Words

RL.5: Explain major RL.5 Lesson Plan


differences between books From Nevada Academic Content Standards
that tell stories and books
that give information,
drawing on a wide reading
of a range of text types.
Have your students shown
mastery of the cycle
standards? Try this Writing Assignment
enrichment writing Cobbler, Cobbler Nursery Rhyme
activity! Lesson Plan

indicates there is a Text Complexity Analysis (including a link to the book on YouTube) available for the text; click on the
hyperlink (the title of the book) to access

indicates Writing Activities

indicates Core Academic Conversations

NCDPI AIG ELA LESSONS FIRST GRADE