LA.1.1.1: English/Language Arts
Use phonemic awareness skills (e.g., blending, manipulating, and deleting sounds) and basic phonics knowledge (e.g., the spelling of common sound/symbol relationships, word patterns, inflectional endings, digraphs, blends) to aid in decoding and comprehension. Read common sight words.
LA.1.2.1: English/Language Arts
Find the title, author and table of contents of a text. Identify the main idea and answer who, what, when, where, why and how questions with information from the text.
LA.1.3.1: English/Language Arts
Identify and describe the plot (e.g., beginning, middle and end), setting and characters of a story. Make and confirm predictions about what will happen next in a story.
LA.1.4.1: English/Language Arts
Discuss ideas and select a focus for writing, asking questions to guide topic selection. Put related information from different sources together for writing. Write for different audiences and purposes, using descriptive words to convey a central idea. Revise writing for others to read.
LA.1.5.1: English/Language Arts
Discuss ideas for writing. Write brief narratives and descriptions, using varied words to convey a central idea. Revise writing for others to read.
LA.1.6.1: English/Language Arts
Write complete simple sentences, using knowledge of spacing, plurals, contractions and end punctuation (i.e., periods, exclamation points, question marks). Capitalize the first words of sentences, names and the pronoun I.
LA.1.7.1: English/Language Arts
Listen attentively to form relevant questions, follow directions, or retell what is spoken. Recite short pieces, and stay on the topic when relating information or story events.