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Oregon Standards for Second Grade English Language Arts

OR.EL.02.LI. LITERATURE

Listen to and Read Literary Text: Listen to text and read text to make connections and respond to a wide variety of literature of varying complexity.

EL.02.LI.01. Listen to text and read text to make connections and respond to a wide variety of significant works of children's literature--including poetry, fiction, non-fiction, and drama--from a variety of cultures and time periods.

Literary Text: Demonstrate General Understanding: Demonstrate general understanding of grade-level literary text.

EL.02.LI.03. Retell the sequence of the story.
EL.02.LI.04. Identify and describe the plot, setting, and character(s) in the story.

Literary Text: Develop an Interpretation: Develop an interpretation of grade-level literary text.

EL.02.LI.05. Make and confirm predictions about what will happen next.
EL.02.LI.06. Describe cause-and-effect of specific events.

Literary Text: Examine Content and Structure: Examine content and structure of grade-level literary text.

EL.02.LI.08. Recognize the use of rhyme, rhythm, and alliteration (using words with repeating consonant sounds) by a poet, and discuss its use.

OR.EL.02.RE. READING

Decoding and Word Recognition: Analyze words, recognize words, and learn to read grade-level text fluently across the subject areas.

EL.02.RE.04. Apply knowledge of basic syllabication rules when reading (e.g., vowel-consonant-vowel = su/per, vowel-consonant/consonant-vowel = sup/per).
EL.02.RE.05. Recognize and correctly read and use regular plurals (e.g., -s, -es, -ies) and irregular plurals (e.g., fly/flies, wife/wives).
EL.02.RE.06. Recognize common abbreviations (e.g., Jan., Sun., Mr., St.).
EL.02.RE.07. Read aloud grade-level text fluently and accurately with appropriate intonation and expression using cues of punctuation to assist.

Informational Text: Demonstrate General Understanding: Demonstrate general understanding of grade-level informational text across the subject areas.

EL.02.RE.27. Read informational texts for answers to specific questions or for specific purposes.
EL.02.RE.28. Recall facts and details in the text to clarify and organize ideas.

Listen to and Read Informational and Narrative Text: Listen to, read, and understand a wide variety of informational and narrative text across the subject areas at school and on own, applying comprehension strategies as needed.

EL.02.RE.10. Listen to, read, and understand a wide variety of grade-level informational and narrative (story) text including children's magazines and newspapers, dictionaries, other reference materials, online information, classic and contemporary literature, and poetry.
EL.02.RE.12. Draw upon a variety of comprehension strategies as needed--re-reading, self-correcting, summarizing, class and group discussions, generating and responding to essential questions, making predictions, and comparing information from several sources.

Read to Perform a Task: Find, understand, and use specific information in a variety of texts across the subject areas to perform a task.

EL.02.RE.22. Read written directions, signs, captions, warning labels, and informational books.
EL.02.RE.23. Use titles, tables of contents, and chapter headings to locate information in text.
EL.02.RE.24. Interpret information from diagrams, charts, and graphs.
EL.02.RE.25. Alphabetize a list of words to the second letter.
EL.02.RE.26. Follow two-step written instructions.

Vocabulary: Increase word knowledge through systematic vocabulary development; determine the meaning of new words by applying knowledge of word origins, word relationships, and context clues; verify the meaning of new words; and use those new words accurately across the subject areas.

EL.02.RE.15. Understand, learn, and use new vocabulary that is introduced and taught directly through orally-read stories and informational text as well as student-read stories and informational text.
EL.02.RE.16. Develop vocabulary by listening to and discussing both familiar and conceptually challenging selections read aloud.
EL.02.RE.17. Know and explain common antonyms and synonyms.
EL.02.RE.18. Use knowledge of individual words in unknown compound words to predict their meaning (daydream).
EL.02.RE.19. Know the meaning of simple prefixes (word parts added at the beginning of words such as un-) and suffixes (word parts added at the end of words such as -ful).
EL.02.RE.20. Use context to identify simple multiple-meaning words (change, duck).
EL.02.RE.21. Determine meanings of words by using a dictionary or glossary.

OR.EL.02.SL. SPEAKING AND LISTENING

Speaking: Communicate supported ideas across the subject areas using oral, visual, and multimedia forms in ways appropriate to topic, context, audience, and purpose ; organize oral, visual, and multimedia presentations in clear sequence, making connections and transitions among ideas and elements ; use language appropriate to topic, context, audience, and purpose ; and demonstrate control of eye contact, speaking rate, volume, enunciation, inflection, gestures, and other nonverbal techniques.

EL.02.SL.01. Retell stories in own words including characters, setting, and plot.

OR.EL.02.WR. WRITING

Conventions: Capitalization: Demonstrate knowledge of spelling, grammar, punctuation, capitalization, and penmanship across the subject areas.

EL.02.WR.19. Capitalize all proper nouns (names of specific people or things, such as Emma, Oregon, Jeep), words at the beginning of sentences and greetings, months and days of the week, and titles (Dr., Mr., Mrs., Miss) and initials of people.

Conventions: Grammar: Demonstrate knowledge of spelling, grammar, punctuation, capitalization, and penmanship across the subject areas.

EL.02.WR.16. Identify and correctly write various parts of speech, including nouns (words that name people, places, or things) and verbs (words that express action or help make a statement).
EL.02.WR.17. Identify and begin to correctly write a few contractions (isn't, can't).

Conventions: Punctuation: Demonstrate knowledge of spelling, grammar, punctuation, capitalization, and penmanship across the subject areas.

EL.02.WR.18. Use commas in the greeting (Dear Eric,) and closure of a letter (Love, or Your Friend,) and with dates (July 14, 2003) and items in a series (Ethan, Emma, and Jennifer).

Conventions: Spelling: Demonstrate knowledge of spelling, grammar, punctuation, capitalization, and penmanship across the subject areas.

EL.02.WR.12. Spell correctly words which are used frequently but do not fit common spelling patterns such as was, were, says, said, who, what, and why.
EL.02.WR.13. Spell correctly words with short and long vowel sounds (a, e, i, o. u), r-controlled vowels (ar, er, ir, or, ur), and consonant-blend patterns (bl, dr, st).
EL.02.WR.14. Spell correctly previously studied words and spelling patterns in own writing.
EL.02.WR.15. Represent all sounds in a word when spelling independently.

Planning, Evaluation, and Revision: Pre-write, draft, revise, edit, and publish across the subject areas.

EL.02.WR.02. In addition to drafting and revising, begin to use (with guidance) additional parts of the writing process such as conferencing.
EL.02.WR.04. With guidance, proofread one's own writing, as well as that of others, using, for example, an editing checklist or list of rules.

Research Report Writing: Investigate topics of interest and importance across the subject areas, selecting appropriate media sources, using effective research processes, and demonstrating ethical use of resources and materials.

EL.02.WR.26. Understand the purposes of various reference materials.
EL.02.WR.27. Find ideas for writing in pictures and/or books.

Writing Applications: Expository Writing (K-3): Write narrative, expository, and persuasive texts, using a variety of written forms--including journals, essays, short stories, poems, research reports, research papers, business and technical writing--to express ideas appropriate to audience and purpose across the subject a

EL.02.WR.22. Write a brief description of a familiar object, person, place, or event:
EL.02.WR.22.a. Develop a main idea.
EL.02.WR.22.b. Use details to support the main idea.
EL.02.WR.23. Write a friendly letter complete with the date, salutation (greeting, such as Dear Mr. Smith), body, closing, and signature.

Writing: Communicate supported ideas across the subject areas, including relevant examples, facts, anecdotes, and details appropriate to audience and purpose that engage reader interest ; organize information in clear sequence, making connections and transitions among ideas, sentences, and paragraphs ; and use precise words and fluent sentence structures that support meaning.

EL.02.WR.09. Select and use descriptive words when writing.
EL.02.WR.10. Distinguish between complete (When Tom hit the ball, he was proud.) and incomplete sentences (When Tom hit the ball).

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