Grade1 Reading Literacy


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  • Technology could be introduced the way Collaborative Learning Activities are—a few per grade, for example.Collaborative Learning Strategies: Think-Pair-Share, Numbered Heads, Busy Bees, etc. Need to spend time ironing out the details
  • Watchtogether or independently--depending on YouTube access.Could have a YouTube for Schools account or some kind of Educational Video Library account for approved videos (Lightspeed, i.e.) Can use a filter such as View Pure **Discuss key details together Who: boy What: scared of alligator, needs to move alligator When: middle of night Where: house, bedroom, stairs, garage Why: does not want alligator under bed How: uses food to get alligator to garageMany Little Critter apps
  • Could be done more towards the beginning of the year. The link will need to be on a website, bookmarked, short cut on the desktop, in a folder, etc. Work as a whole class or in large groups.Need a routine: Questions are blue. Title is their student number. Type question (can use a sentence frame). First name, first name with last initial, or a nickname. Answers are green. Title is number of question they are answering...
  • Middle of the year.After the students have been introduced to Word Processing—Kid Pix, TuxPaint, ABCya Paint, Word, Google Docs, etc.The teacher has modeled how this activity works.Can be done independently or with partners. Could use different colors/styles, etc. of font for questions and answers. Could write name before question/answer. Can repeat with more answers or more sets of questions and answers.Save, Print, or take a Screen Shot
  • Could use a simple classroom Gmail account or teacher’s school email.Many ways to send an email—or type a letter and snail mailCould be done as a class—collaboratively come up with questions and teacher sends in one letter—or in pairs—or individually
  • Great to work with partner.Limited to 7 letter answers with Junior puzzle.Or, teacher could create a crossword or wordfind on Quizlet (also an app), teacher or student on Armored Penguin, etc.
  • Whole class or individualCan view/read same book OR choose from a certain category OR choose any
  • Many free places to hear stories being read—see how others show accuracy, rate, and expression.
  • Martha—”Kids narrate their own three-part animated stories (requires a computer microphone). The stories are recorded for them to play back.”BBC Reading Train—Read a page, answer a questionBBC Learn English—On the website, multiple choice questions—but can hear the story first—see side for More About This Topic—many other stories on here, too Turtle—Comprehension, short stories with questions to type answers
  • Grade1 Reading Literacy

    1. 1. Technology to Support the First Grade Reading Standards for Literature (RL.1.1-RL.1.10) Iowa Core Image from
    2. 2. Key Ideas and Details RL.1.1. Ask and answer questions about key details in a text. RL.1.2. Retell stories, including key details, and demonstrate understanding of their central message or lesson. RL.1.3. Describe characters, settings, and major events in a story, using key details. IA.1. Employ the full range of research-based comprehension strategies, including making connections, determining importance, questioning, visualizing, making inferences, summarizing, and monitoring for comprehension.
    3. 3. RL.1.1. Technology Ideas • Little Critter • Read or Watch-and-Listen to Mercer Mayer’s There’s An Alligator Under My Bed *Barnes and Noble Online Storytime Image from content/uploads/2009/08/fc0803703740.jpg
    4. 4. • Primary Wall • Students write one question (using key details) and answer one question. – Questions in blue (i.e.) – Answers in green (i.e.) – Note Title is their student number RL.1.1. Technology Ideas Activity 1: Collaborative Sticky Notes
    5. 5. RL.1.1. Technology Ideas Activity 2: Type and Move • ABCya Paint • Students type a question about a key detail in the book and hit enter two times – Can use a sentence/question frame: How does the boy_____________________________? Or Why does the boy____________________? What if____________? • Students move to the computer next to them and answer the question on the computer – Can use a sentence frame: The boy___________ because _________. Or I think_______________.
    6. 6. • Write Mercer Mayer • Create questions about key details, have questions approved, and email to Mercer Mayer. • Could also use ReadWriteThink Letter Generator RL.1.1. Technology Ideas Activity 3: Letter
    7. 7. • ABCya Crossword Puzzle Maker Junior • Class can brainstorm a list of questions. Partners can use those questions or come up with others. – Who was the main person? – What food was used? • Can play online or print. Can do own or switch with another group. RL.1.1. Technology Ideas Activity 4: Crossword
    8. 8. • BookFlix • Students listen/watch or read a book • Do Puzzlers! (not specific key details) • May need to come up with some other questions for students to answer or have students create questions • Can click on Lesson Plan and then Curriculum Correlations RL.1.1. Technology Ideas Activity 5: BookFlix (AEA)
    9. 9. • WatchKnowLearn Videos—for CCSS1: px?CategoryID=8867 • Storyline Online (with activity guides): guides/ (may have to write own key detail questions) RL.1.1. Technology Ideas Activity 6: Story Videos
    10. 10. • PBS Kids Martha • BBC Reading Train english/finding_information/play/ • BBC Learn English games/word-quiz/goldilocks-quiz • Turtle Diary games/comprehension.html games/comprehension-g1.html RL.1.1. Technology Ideas Activity 7: Interactive Websites
    11. 11. • Roy the Zebra story.html – Discussion Sheets for After Reading with questions • PearsonLongman Online Practice Tests sl/tests/grade1.html#reading1 • Mr. Nussbaum Reading Passages and Questions e1 RL.1.1. Technology Ideas Activity 8: Online Reading
    12. 12. Craft and Structure RL.1.4. Identify words and phrases in stories or poems that suggest feelings or appeal to the senses. RL.1.5. Explain major differences between books that tell stories and books that give information, drawing on a wide reading of a range of text types. RL.1.6. Identify who is telling the story at various points in a text.
    13. 13. Integration of Knowledge and Ideas RL.1.7. Use illustrations and details in a story to describe its characters, setting, or events. RL.1.8. (Not applicable to literature) RL.1.9. Compare and contrast the adventures and experiences of characters in stories.
    14. 14. Image of children from Sara Richardson March 30, 2014