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First Grade Reading Scope and Sequence
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CALENDAR
UNIT TITLE
UNIT DESCRIPTION
UNIT STANDARDS
Sept./Oct.
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Readers Build Good Habits
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In this unit students will establish rules, centers and expectations, visualize, and be independent learners in a partner setting.
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1.RL.1, 1.RL.2, 1.RL.3, 1.RL.4, 1.RL.7, 1.RL.9, 1.RF.4, 1.SL.1, 1.SL.4

Oct./ Nov.
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Tackling Trouble: When Readers Come to Hard Words and Tricky Parts of Books, We Try Harder and Harder (Assessment-Based Small-Group Work)
In this unit students think about the story and how the words will go before reading the words, use all they know about letters, sounds, patterns and shap words to help them read, make sure they check and fix their words when they notice something is not quite right, and work with partners to help each other read.
á1.L.4, 1.RL.2, 1.RL.3, 1.RL.7, 1.RF.1, 1.RF.2, 1.RF.3, 1.RF.4
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Nov./Dec.
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Readers Meet the Characters in Our Books
áIn this unit students will study what characters do in book that can teach us about them, identify character traits, use strategies when it is hard to know characters, understand how characters and their feelings change over time.
1.RL.2,1.RL.3, 1.RL.4, 1.RL.7, 1.SL.1, 1.SL.4, 1.L.4, 1.RL.9, 1.SL.3
January
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Nonfiction Readers Learn about the World
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áIn this unit students will become smarter about our world and the things in it, see more than the text on the page, tackle tricky words, and compare and contrast more than one book about a topic.
1.RF.3, 1.RF.4, 1.RI.2, 1.RI.3, 1.RI.4, 1RI.5, 1RI.6, 1RI.7, 1RI.9,1.L.4
February
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We Can Be Our Own Teachers When We Work Hard to Figure Out Words
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áIn this unit students will use what they know about reading to get through the hard parts, smooth out the rough parts, and show off their reading skills.
á1.RF.3, 1.RF.4, 1.RL.2, 1.RL.7, 1.L.4, 1.SL.1, 1.SL.2
March
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Reading across Genres to Learn about a Topic: Informational Books, Stories, and Poems
áIn this unit students will read about topics across fiction and nonfiction. Grow ideas from information, figure out tricky words and new vocabulary and use fluency to comprehend
1.RF.2, 1.RF.4, 1.RL.5,á1.RL.7, 1.RL.10, 1.RI.2, 1.RI.3, 1.RI.7, 1.RI.9, 1.RI.10, 1.L.4, 1.L.6
April/May
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Dramatizing Characters and Deepening Our Comprehension in Reading Clubs
áIn this unit students will work with partners to read and reread paying attention to characters thoughts and feelings. Read like actors and directors. pay attention to patterns to predict and understand characters and read more challenging books.
1.RF.4, 1.RL.1, 1.RL.3, 1.RL.4, 1.RL.5, 1.RL.7, 1.RL.9, 1.SL.1, 1.SL.4, 1.RF.1, 1.SL.2, 1.SL.3, 1.RL.2
May/June

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Readers Can Read about Science Topics to Become Experts
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áIn this unit students will build up their base knowledge of science topics, compare and contrast different texts on the same topic and learn to ask questions.
1.RF.4, 1.RI.1, 1.RI.2, 1.RI.5, 1.RI.9, 1.RI.10, 1.L.4, 1.SL.1, 1.SL.3, 1.RL.1, 1.SL.5


ááA Curricular Plan for The Reading Workshop (Calkins, 2011)
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