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Grade 1 Unit 3: Great Readers Use What They Know
Essential Questions Content Standards CCSS Common Core Resources Mentor Texts Assessment
How do great readers use what they know?

What is narrative writing?
Shared Reading: Making Connections, Activating Background Knowledge, Building Vocabulary and Concept Knowledge, Making Inferences Phonics and Vocabulary: Long (e, i, o, u), initial and final consonant digraphs (th, wh, sh, ch, tch, ph), l-blends, contraction, r-blends, high frequency words, introduction, usage and development of new vocabulary words Shared Writing: Writing Teacher's Guide Exploring, Adding Details to, and Revising Personal Narratives Write Habits (Common Core Edition) Narrative Writing Personal Narrative Conventions/LPS: Declarative Sentences, Predicates of Sentences RL.1.1 RL.1.2 RL.1.3 RL.1.5 RL.1.10 RI.1.2 RI.1.3 RI.1.4 RI.1.6 RI.1.7 RI.1.9 RI.1.10 RF.1.1 RF.1.2 RF.1.3 RF.1.4 W.1.1 W.1.2 W.1.3 W.1.6 W.1.7 W.1.8 SL.1.1 SL.1.4 SL.1.5 L.1.1 L.1.4 L.1.5 L.1.4 *GHGR Shared Reading Teacher's Guide *GHGR Planning and Implementation Guide *GHGR Reader's Theater Anthology *GHGR Assessment Handbook *Teacher Resource CDs *GHGR Decodeable readers *Leveled Library (Guided Reading) *GHGR Write Habits (Common Core Edition) Rubrics and Supplemental Support *GHGR Writing Teacher's Guide *Conference Card *Writing Teacher Resource CD (rubrics) *Phonics and Vocabulary Teacher's Guide *Words Their Way *Continuum of Literacy Learning Time For Bed; "My Dog" Dee and Me; Where Does the Rabbit Hop?; Jamberry; Dreams *F&P Benchmark (beginning, middle and end of year) *Reading Writing Portfolio (Fall and Spring Writing Sample) Assessment Handbook: *Running Record (3 times per year between benchmarks) *Retelling Rubric(Oral) *Reading Log *Story Frame *Text Frame *Early Reading Behavior Checklist (AIS/RTI) *Performance-Based Assessment *Checklist of Good Habits (AIS/RTI)