Wsfcs english/Language Arts Common Core State Standards for First Grade



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WSFCS English/Language Arts Common Core State Standards for First Grade


First Quarter Expectations

Second Quarter Expectations

Third Quarter Expectations

Fourth Quarter Expectations

*Reading:

  • Ask and answer questions about key details from stories and informational text

  • Retell stories and informational text including key details and main idea or topic

  • Describe characters, settings, and major events in a story

  • Compare and contrast experiences of characters

  • Describe connection between two individuals, events, ideas or pieces of information in a text.

  • Know and use text features to locate key facts or information (e.g., table of contents, glossary, headings)

  • Read and comprehend stories and informational text at first grade level proficiently

*Speaking and Listening:

  • Ask and answer questions about key details from a story read aloud

*Language:

  • Demonstrate command of conventions of standard English when writing or speaking

  • Print all upper-and lowercase letters

  • Use common, proper, and possessive nouns

  • Use frequently occurring adjectives

  • Use singular and plural nouns with matching verbs

  • Demonstrate command of conventions of standard English grammar when writing
  • Use end punctuation for sentences


  • Capitalize names and dates

  • Use correct spelling for words with

*Reading:

  • Ask and answer questions about key details from stories and informational text

  • Identify the main topic of a text

  • Retell stories and informational text including key details and main idea or topic

  • Describe characters, settings, and major events in a story

  • Identify words and phrases in poems or stories that show feelings

  • Explain differences between fiction and non-fiction stories

  • Use information provided by pictures or illustrations when reading

  • Use text to determine or clarify meaning of words and phrases

  • Read and comprehend stories and informational text at first grade level proficiently

*Speaking and Listening:

  • Ask and answer questions about key details from a story read aloud

  • Participate in discussions about a topic following agreed-upon rules

  • Express ideas and feelings clearly about a topic

*Language:

  • Demonstrate command of conventions of standard English when writing or speaking

  • Produce and expand simple and compound sentences about a topic

  • Use common adjectives

  • Use common, proper, and possessive nouns

  • Use singular and plural nouns with matching verbs

  • Demonstrate command of conventions of standard English grammar when

*Reading:

  • Ask and answer questions about key details from stories and informational text

  • Describe characters, settings, and major events in a story
  • Identify words and phrases in poems or stories that show feelings


  • Compare and contrast experiences of characters

  • Identify the main topic of a text

  • Retell stories and informational text including key details and main idea or topic

  • Use information provided by pictures or illustrations when reading

  • Use text to determine or clarify meaning of words and phrases

  • Read and comprehend stories and informational text at first grade level proficiently

*Speaking and Listening:

  • Ask and answer questions about key details from a story read aloud

  • Participate in discussions about a topic following agreed-upon rules

  • Build on conversations by responding to the comments of others

  • Express ideas and feelings clearly about a topic

*Language:

  • Demonstrate command of conventions of standard English when writing or speaking

  • Use common, proper, and possessive nouns

  • Use pronouns

  • Use common adjectives




*Reading:

*Reading:

  • Retell stories and informational text including key details and main idea or topic

  • Describe characters, settings, and major events in a story

  • Explain differences between fiction and non-fiction stories

  • Compare and contrast experiences of characters

  • Describe connection between two individuals, events, ideas or pieces of information in a text

  • Use text to determine or clarify meaning of words and phrases

  • Identify and explain basic similarities and differences in two texts on the same topic

  • Read and comprehend stories and informational text at first grade level proficiently

*Speaking and Listening:

  • Ask and answer questions about key details from a story read aloud


  • Participate in discussions about a topic following agreed-upon rules

  • Build on conversations by responding to the comments of others

  • Express ideas and feelings clearly about a topic

  • Ask and answer questions about what a speaker says to gather additional information

*Language:

  • Demonstrate command of conventions of standard English when writing or speaking

  • Use pronouns

  • Use correct verb tense




WSFCS English/Language Arts Common Core State Standards for First Grade (cont’d)

First Quarter Expectations

Second Quarter Expectations

Third Quarter Expectations

Fourth Quarter Expectations

*Writing:

  • Write narratives that have two or more events

  • Use correct sequence of events

  • Use words to show event order

  • Provide some type of closing

  • With help, gather information from provided sources to answer a question

  • Recall information from experiences

*Foundational Skills:
  • Recognize features of a sentence including; first word, capitalization, ending punctuation


  • Continue to demonstrate under

  • Distinguish long from short vowel sounds

  • Orally produce single-syllable words by blending sounds

  • Isolate and pronounce initial and medial vowel sounds and final sound in a spoken one-syllable word

  • Segment orally words into their individual sounds

  • Decode regularly spelled one-syllable words

  • Determine the number of syllables in a word by using knowledge that every syllable must have a vowel sound

  • Begin to read on-level text with purpose and understanding

  • Begin to read on-level text orally with accuracy, appropriate rate and expression

  • Begin to use context to confirm or self-correct word recognition

  • writing

  • Use end punctuation for sentences

  • Use commas in dates and in series

  • Capitalize names and dates

  • Use correct spelling for words with common spelling patterns and frequently used words

  • Spell untaught words phonetically

  • Sort words into categories to help define

*Writing:

  • Write informative / explanatory text on an identified topic

  • Supply some facts about identified topic

  • Provide some type of closing

  • Participate in shared research

*Foundational Skills:

  • Know the sound-spelling correspondences for common consonant diagraphs

  • Know final –e and common vowel spelling for long vowel sounds

  • Decode two-syllable words following basic patterns

  • Continue to read on-level text with purpose and understanding

  • Continue to read on-level text orally with accuracy, appropriate rate and expression
  • Continue to use context to confirm or self-correct word recognition





  • Use common conjunctions (e.g., and, but, or)

  • Use determiners

  • Articles (e.g., the, a, an)

  • Demonstratives (e.g., this, these, that)

  • Use common prepositions (e.g., during, beyond, around)

  • Demonstrate command of conventions of standard English grammar when writing

  • Use commas in dates and in a series

  • Use correct spelling for words with common spelling patterns and frequently used words

  • Spell untaught words phonetically

  • Identify real-life connections between words and their use

  • Distinguish shades of meaning among verbs and adjectives (e.g., look-peek, large-gigantic)

  • Sort words into categories to gain a sense of the meaning

*Writing:

  • Write narratives that have two or more events

  • Use correct sequence of events

  • Use words to show event order

  • Provide some type of closing

  • With help, gather information from provided sources to answer a question

  • Participate in peer or teacher revision conferences

  • Add details to strengthen writing

*Foundational Skills:

  • Continue to read on-level text with purpose and understanding

  • Continue to read on-level text orally with accuracy, appropriate rate and expression

  • Continue to use context to confirm or self-correct word recognition

  • Demonstrate command of conventions

of standard English grammar when

writing


  • Use correct spelling for words with common spelling patterns and frequently used words

  • Spell untaught words phonetically
  • Sort words into categories to gain a sense of the meaning and to define


*Writing:

  • Write an opinion piece that states an opinion

  • Include an introduction of the topic

  • Supply a reason or reason for the opinion

  • Provide some type of closing

  • Participate in shared research

*Foundational Skills:

  • Continue to read on-level text with purpose and understanding

  • Continue to read on-level text orally with accuracy, appropriate rate and expression

  • Continue to use context to confirm or self-correct word recognition





WSFCS Mathematics Common Core State Standards for First Grade

First Quarter Expectations

Second Quarter Expectations

Third Quarter Expectations

Fourth Quarter Expectations

*Mathematics:

Number & Operations In Base Ten

  • Extends the counting sequence

    1. Counts to 30, starting at any number less than 30.

  • Understands place value

    1. Understands that the two digits of a two-digit number represent amounts of tens and ones.


Operations & Algebraic Thinking

  • Understands and applies properties of operations as strategies to add and subtract

  1. Applies properties of operations as strategies to add and subtract
  • Adds and subtracts within 20


  1. Add and subtract within 20, demonstrating fluency for addition and subtraction within 10.

  • Represents and solves problems involving addition and subtraction

  1. Uses addition and subtraction within 20 to solve word problems

  • Adds and subtracts within 20

  1. Relates counting to addition and subtraction


Measurement & Data

  • Measures lengths indirectly and by iterating length units

1. Orders three objects by length; compare lengths by using a third object

  • 2. Expresses the length of an object as a whole number of length units by laying shorter copies of length end to end

*Mathematics:

Number & Operations In Base Ten

  • Extends the counting sequence

    1. Counts to 50, starting at any number less than 50.

  • Understands place value

    1. Understands that the two digits of a two-digit number represent amounts of tens and ones.

        1. 10 can be thought of as a bundle of ten ones—ten

        2. Numbers from 11-19 can be composed of ten and one, two, etc.

        3. The numbers 10, 20, 30 refer to one, two, three tens, etc.


Operations & Algebraic Thinking

  • Represents and solve problems

  1. Uses addition and subtraction within 20 to solve word problems
  2. Solves word problems that call for addition of three whole numbers whose sum is less than or equal to 20


  • Understands and applies properties of operations and the relationship between addition and subtraction

1. Applies properties of operations as strategies to add and subtract

  • Adds and subtracts within 20

1. Relates counting to addition and subtraction

2. Adds and subtracts within 20

demonstrating fluency with

addition and subtraction



  • Works with addition and subtraction equations

1. Understands the meaning of the equal sign and determine if equations are true or false

  • Tells and write time

1. Tells and writes time in hours and half-hours

  • Represents and interprets data

1. Organizes, represents, and interprets data with up to three categories
Geometry

  • Reasons with shapes and their attributes

1. Distinguishes between defining and non-defining attributes

  • 2. Composes two-dimensional

shapes or three-dimensional

shapes


*Mathematics:

Number & Operations in Base Ten

  • Extends the counting sequence

    1. Counts to 100, starting at any number less than 100.

  • Uses place value understanding and properties to add and subtract

    1. Gives a two-digit number, mentally finding 10 more or 10 less than a number

    2. Subtracts multiples of 10 in the range 10-90

  • Understands place value
  1. Compares two two-digit numbers based on meanings of tens and ones


  • Uses place value understanding and properties of operations to add and subtract

1. Adds within 100, including adding a two-digit and a one-digit, and adding a two-digit with a multiple of 10

Geometry

  • Reasons with shapes and their attributes

  1. Partitions circles and rectangles into two and four equal shares using halves, fourths, and eighths




*Mathematics:

Number & Operations in Base Ten

  • Extends the counting sequence

    1. Counts to 120, starting at any number less than 120.

  • Uses place value understanding and properties of operations to add and subtract

    1. Adds within 100, including adding a two-digit and a one-digit, and adding a two-digit with a multiple of 10

Operations & Algebraic Thinking

  • Adds and subtracts within 20

  1. Relates counting to addition and subtraction

  2. Adds and subtracts within 20, demonstrating fluency for addition and subtraction within 10.

  • Understands and applies properties of operations as strategies to add and subtract

  1. Applies properties of operations as strategies to add and subtract

  2. Understands subtraction as an unknown-addend problem

  • Works with addition and subtraction equations

  1. Determines the unknown whole number in an addition or subtraction equation relating to three whole numbers

WSFCS Science Essential Standards for First Grade


First Quarter Expectations

Second Quarter Expectations

Third Quarter Expectations

Fourth Quarter Expectations

*Science:

Understands characteristics of various environments and behaviors of humans that enable plants and animals to survive

  • Recognizes that plants and animals need air, water, light (plants only), space, food and shelter and that these may be found in their environment

  • Gives examples of how the needs of different plants and animals can be met by their environments in North Carolina or different places throughout the world

  • Summarizes ways that humans protect their environment and/or improve conditions for the growth of the plants and animals that live there (e.g., reuse or recycle products to avoid littering.)

Summarizes the needs of living organisms for energy and growth

  • Summarizes the basic needs of a variety of different plants (including air, water, nutrients, and light) for energy and growth

  • Summarizes the basic needs of a variety of different animals (including air, water, and food) for energy and growth

*Science:

Understands the physical properties of Earth materials that make them useful in different ways
  • Summarizes the physical properties of Earth materials, including rocks, minerals, soils and water that make them useful in different ways


  • Compares the properties of soil samples from different places relating their capacity to retain water, nourish and support the growth of certain plants




*Science:

Recognizes the features and patterns of the earth/moon/sun system as observed from Earth

  • Recognizes differences in the features of the day and night sky and apparent movement of objects across the sky as observed from Earth

  • Recognizes patterns of observable changes in the Moon’s appearance from day to day

*Science:

Understands how forces (pushes or pulls) affect the motion of an object

  • Explains the importance of a push or pull to changing the motion of an object

  • Explains how some forces (pushes and pulls) can be used to make things move without touching them, such as magnets

  • Predicts the effect of a given force on the motion of an object, including balanced forces



WSFCS Social Studies Essential Standards for First Grade

First Quarter Expectations

Second Quarter Expectations

Third Quarter Expectations

Fourth Quarter Expectations

*Social Studies:

Understand the importance of rules.

  • Explain why rules are needed in the home, school, and community.
  • Classify the roles of authority figures in the home, school, and community (teacher, principal, parents, mayor, park rangers, game wardens, etc.).


  • Summarize various ways in which conflicts could be resolved in homes, schools, classrooms, and communities.

Understand the diversity of people in the local community.

  • Compare the languages, traditions, and holidays of various cultures.

  • Use literature to help people understand diverse cultures.




*Social Studies:

Understand basic economic concepts.

  • Summarize the various ways in which people earn and use money for goods and services.

  • Identify examples of goods and services in the home, school, and community.

  • Explain how supply and demand affects the choices families and communities make.

Understand that history tells a story of how people and events changed society over time.

  • Explain how and why neighborhoods and communities change over time.

  • Explain the importance of folklore and celebrations and their impact on local communities.

  • Explain why national holidays are celebrated.

*Social Studies:

Use geographic representations, terms, and technology to process information from a spatial perspective.

  • Use geographic tools to identify characteristics of various landforms and bodies of water.

  • Give examples showing location of places (home, classroom, school, and community).

  • Understand the basic elements of geography representations using maps (cardinal directions and map symbols).

*Social Studies:

Understand how humans and the environment interact within the local community.
  • Explain ways people change the environment (planting trees, recycling, cutting down trees, building homes, building streets, etc.).


  • Explain how people use the natural resources in the community.

  • Explain how the environment impacts where people live (urban, rural, weather, transportation, etc.).







WSFCS Enrichment Areas Throughout the Year for First Grade

*Visual Arts

  • Uses the language of visual arts to

communicate effectively

  • Understands the characteristics of the

Elements of Art, such as lines, shapes,

forms


  • Applies creative and critical thinking skills

to artistic expression through art making

  • Understands the global, historical, societal,

and cultural contexts of the visual arts

  • Understands the interdisciplinary connections

and life applications of the visual arts

  • Uses critical analysis to generate responses

to a variety of prompts

  • Consistently demonstrates an understanding

of the concepts taught in the art classroom

  • Creates art using a variety of tools, media,

and processes, safely and appropriately



*Music

  • Reads whole, half, quarter, eighth, sixteenth, and dotted note and rest durations in 2/4, 3/4, 4/4 and 6/8 meters

  • Identifies notated pitches in the treble and/or bass clef
  • Participates in class through singing, moving, classroom activities and the playing of instruments





*Physical Education/Healthful Living

  • Performs locomotor skills in different pathways, levels, and directions as directed

  • Imitates movement in response to rhythms and music

  • Understands and uses the concepts of pathways with equipment

  • Demonstrates throwing, catching, kicking, striking and dribbling with self and/or partner

  • Understands two or more essential elements of all five manipulative skills

  • Understands two or more obesity prevention health behaviors

  • Understands two or more health-related fitness assessments and the associated exercises that develop muscular strength, endurance, and flexibility in a variety of muscle groups

  • Sustains moderate to vigorous physical activity (MVPA) for 15-20 minutes of time

  • Notices changes in heart rate using radial/carotid arteries

  • Knows the physiological signs of vigorous physical activity (e.g., sweating or breathing hard)

  • Understands that rules of simple games

  • Demonstrates the benefits that accompany cooperation and sharing

  • Understands the relationships among healthy expression of emotions, mental health, and healthy behavior

  • Applies measures for cleanliness and disease prevention.

  • Understands wellness, disease prevention, and recognition of symptoms.

  • Understands necessary steps to prevent and respond to unintentional injury.

  • Understands healthy and effective interpersonal communication and relationships

  • Understands MyPlate as a tool for selecting nutritious foods

  • Understands the importance of consuming a variety of nutrient dense foods and beverages in moderation.
  • Remembers fitness concepts to enhance quality of life.

  • Understands how to use household products and medicines safely.




*Technology is integrated across the curriculum. 2012 - 2013



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