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    1 literacy developmental plan 1 literacy developmental plan Document Transcript

    • Literacy Developmental Plan K5 to Grade 3 Aims: By the end of Grade 3 students should be able to • develop the knowledge, skills, and understandings of effective literacy learners • see themselves as successful literacy learners • feel motivated and enjoy reading, listening to text read, writing and sharing their thoughts • • •
    • K5 Listening Expectations By the end of the year K5 students should be able to • • Speaking Expectations By the end of the year K5 students should be able to • • Reading Expectations By the end of the year K5 students should be able to • understand basic concepts of print and books • show familiarity with rhyming and beginning sounds • provide words containing the sounds worked with • distinguish numbers and letters • identify letters and words • identify labels and signs in their environment • use new words and creating longer sentences in speech • begin to write letters of the alphabet
    • • identify some letters and make some letter-sound matches • show interest in being read to • enjoy listening to and discussing storybooks • engage in reading and writing Writing Expectations By the end of the year K5 students should be able to • •
    • Grade 1 Listening Expectations By the end of the year Grade 1 students should be able to • • Speaking Expectations By the end of the year Grade 1 students should be able to • • Reading Expectations By the end of the year Grade 1 students should be able to • Handle basic concepts of print and books • Handle concepts of print awareness • Use knowledge of sounds to read and write VC, CV, CVC, CVCC and CCVC words • Use decoding strategies to recognize new words • Enjoy being read to and retell simple narrative stories or informational texts • Explore story elements (characters, setting, sequence of events, conflict in the story, resolution) • Read simple sentences with fluency and comprehension • Read decodable books independently
    • • Read familiar and simple stories and poems, and relate words said and read • Use all the information available to make sense of what is read Writing Expectations By the end of the year Grade 1 students should be able to • Write isolated CVC words • Write Tricky Words accurately • Sound out and represent substantial sounds in spelling a word • Write simple sentences using contents from projects • Attempt to use some punctuation and capitalization
    • Grade 2 Listening Expectations By the end of the year Grade 2 students should be able to • • Speaking Expectations By the end of the year Grade 2 students should be able to • • Reading Expectations By the end of the year Grade 2 students should be able to • Apply knowledge of phonemes effectively in reading and spelling • Use word recognition strategies to read new words (sound-spelling relationships) • Use common letter patterns and critical features to spell words • Locate words by initial letter in simple dictionaries, glossaries and indexes • Explore story elements (characters, setting, sequence of events, conflict in the story, resolution) • Read simple sentences with greater fluency • Read simple texts with comprehension • Read and retell familiar stories
    • • Use context and sentence structure to help establish meaning • • • • Using all the information available to make sense of what is read. Reading simple books independently (fiction and non-fiction). Enjoying a range of books discussing preferences. Spend time reading to research project contents (e.g. find factual information from different formats: charts, labelled diagrams) Writing Expectations By the end of the year Grade 2 students should be able to • Write full sentences • Write simple paragraphs about familiar topics and contents from projects • Punctuate simple sentences correctly and proofread their own work •
    • Grade 3 Listening Expectations By the end of the year Grade 3 students should be able to • • Speaking Expectations By the end of the year Grade 3 students should be able to • • Reading Expectations By the end of the year Grade 3 students should be able to • Use word recognition strategies automatically to read new words (sound-spelling relationships) • Read with greater fluency and enjoy reading • Devote full attention to making meaning from the text • Begin to infer meanings beyond the literal • Use multiple reading strategies • Demonstrate story understandings through art work, retellings, and role play • Discuss literary elements in a story (characters, setting, sequence of events, conflict in the story, resolution)
    • • Understand and use the terms fact, fiction and non-fiction • Make critical connections between texts • Read and recognize patterns in different genres with guidance • Read a range of story, poetry, play scripts and information books with comprehension. Writing Expectations By the end of the year Grade 3 students should be able to • Write in many different forms (stories, fables, fairy tales) • Use a rich variety of vocabulary and sentences appropriate to text forms • Spell words accurately
    • • Understand and use the terms fact, fiction and non-fiction • Make critical connections between texts • Read and recognize patterns in different genres with guidance • Read a range of story, poetry, play scripts and information books with comprehension. Writing Expectations By the end of the year Grade 3 students should be able to • Write in many different forms (stories, fables, fairy tales) • Use a rich variety of vocabulary and sentences appropriate to text forms • Spell words accurately