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New Mexico Standards for Second Grade English Language Arts

NM.I: Reading and listening for comprehension. Students will apply strategies and skills to comprehend information that is read, heard and viewed.

1-A: Listen to, read, react to and retell information:

1-A:1. Independently recall facts and detail in text.

I-C: Demonstrate critical thinking skills to comprehend written, spoken, and visual information.

I-C:4. Interpret information from diagrams, charts and graphs.

I-D: Acquire reading strategies which include phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary and comprehension.

I-D:1. Decode unknown words using basic elements of phonetic analysis (e.g., common letter-sound relationships) and structural analysis (e.g., syllables, suffixes, prefixes, root words).
I-D:2. Read most high-frequency and irregularly spelled words.
I-D:3. Self-monitor decoding by using letter-sound knowledge of all consonants and vowels by verbally producing the individual letter sound of each letter or the whole word when presented with c-v and c-v-c combinations.

NM.II: Writing and speaking for expression. Students will communicate effectively through speaking and writing.

II-B: Apply grammatical and language conventions to communicate.

II-B:1. Write compositions that show proper use of pronouns, adjectives, adverbial forms, and coordinating conjunctions.
II-B:2. Spell correctly, using previously studied words, spelling patterns and analysis of sounds.
II-B:4. Use capitalization, punctuation and paragraphs in one's own writing.
II-B:5. Use subject, predicate and modifiers in sentences.
II-B:8. Use plural forms of commonly used nouns and common age-appropriate contractions.
II-B:9. Use titles, tables, indexes and chapter headings to locate information in expository texts.

II-C: Demonstrate competence in the skills and strategies of the writing process.

II-C:1. Plan and make judgments about what to include in written products (e.g., narratives of personal experiences, creative stories, skits based on familiar stories/experiences).
II-C:2. Compose first drafts using the writing process and revise to clarify and refine (improve sequence, provide more descriptive detail, add variety of sentence types).
II-C:4. Begin to assist others to edit writing.
II-C:5. Produce a variety of types of composition (e.g., stories, reports, correspondence) using media and technology to enhance the presentation/narrative for an audience for a specific purpose.

NM.III: Literature and Media. Students will use literature and media to develop an understanding of people, societies and the self.

III-B: Identify and use the types of literature according to their purpose and function.

III-B:1. Identify differences between poetry and expository writing.
III-B:2. Compare and contrast plots, settings and characters presented by different authors.
III-B:4. Take part in creative responses to dramatizations, oral presentations and fantasy plays.

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