Term 2 (January-March)

• Students will notice that nonfiction books are different from fiction books
• Students will study each page, and learn facts about a topic
• Students will practice retelling
• Students will use reading strategies to help them figure out how to read tricky words
• Students will learn new vocabulary words (key words) about their nonfiction topics

Unit 4: Readers Have Big Jobs to Do: Fluency, Phonics, and Comprehension

• Students will use everything they know to solve a word
• Students will learn to self monitor by checking the words
• Students will set new reading goals
• Students will make predictions while reading their books
• Students will use words they know to help them solve words they don’t know
• Students will use sight words to read fluently
• Students will learn reading comprehension skills to help them build their comprehension skills

## Writing Goals

Term 2 (January-March)

Unit 3: Nonfiction Chapter Books

• Students will understand that in nonfiction books, there are facts
• Students will think of topics that they know about to teach others
• Students will teach their topics using pictures, diagrams, words
• Students will add details, and  content vocabulary words in their nonfiction books
• Students will add chapters in their nonfiction books
• Students will add introduction and conclusion in their nonfiction books

Unit 4: Writing Reviews (Opinion Writing)

• Students will think of topics ideas for reviews
• Students will give their opinion about a topic and give reasons
• Students will add examples for each reason
• Students will add introduction and conclusion in their opinion writing

## Math Goals

Term 2 (January-March)

Topic 6: Represent and Interpret Data

• Students will organize data into categories
• Students will use tally chart to interpret data
• Students will use picture graph to interpret data
• Students will solve math word problems

Topic 7: Extend the Counting Sequence

• Students will count by 10’s to 120
• Students will count by 1’s to 120
• Students will count on a number chart to 120
• Students will count to 120 using an open number line

Topic 8: Understand Place Value

• Students will read and write numbers to 19
• Students show groups of 10 with connecting cubes
• Students will group tens to solve problems
• Students will decompose numbers in multiple ways
• Students use tens and ones to make numbers in different ways