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1st Grade Student Proficiency Levels: Standard 1 Listening and Speaking Reading

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Standard 1: Speaking and Listening

Students will develop and apply effective communication skills through speaking and active listening.

 

READING: Students will develop and apply effective communication skills through speaking and active listening.

 

 

 

Understanding 

Objectives 

 

Approaching 

1.1.R.1

Students consistently listen and express thoughts and ideas while following discussion rules.

 
1.1.R.1

Students will actively listen and speak using agreed-upon rules for discussion.

 

 

Developing 

1.1.R.1

Students frequently listen and express thoughts and ideas while following discussion rules with guidance and support.

1.1.R.1

Students need guidance and support to listen and express thoughts and ideas while following discussion rules. 

 

1.1.R.2

Students need guidance and support to ask and answer questions or gather new information to clarify information from a text, presentation, or other media. 

1.1.R.2

Students frequently ask and answer questions or gather new information to clarify information from a text, presentation, or other media. 

 

1.1.R.2

Students consistently ask and answer questions or gather new information to clarify information from a text, presentation, or other media.

1.1.R.2  

Students will ask and answer questions to seek help, get information, or clarify information presented orally through text or other media, to confirm understanding.

 

1.1.R.3

Students need guidance and support to participate in collaborative discussions.

1.1.R.3

Students participate in collaborative discussions in a limited manner.

1.1.R.3

Students fully participate in collaborative discussions. 

1.1.R.3

Students will engage in collaborative discussions about appropriate topics and texts with peers and adults in small and large groups.

 

1.1.R.4

Students need guidance and support to restate and follow one-  or two-step directions.

1.1.R.4

Students frequently restate and follow simple two-step directions.

1.1.R.4

Students consistently restate and follow two-step directions.

1.1.R.4

Students will restate and follow simple two-step directions.

    *Once the student demonstrates an understanding of an objective, consider a deeper acquisition of those skills. 

 

 Instructional Guidance 

Developing 

Play Simon Says in which students follow simple instructions, beginning with one-step instructions and working up to two-step instructions.  Divide students into small groups with a student from each Developmental level (as available). Have the groups discuss a topic relevant to them (whether the playground should be closed when it rains, which lunch option is the best, etc.). Assign the developing student the job of “deputy,” whose job is to make sure the other students are doing their job.

Approaching 

Play Simon Says in which students follow simple instructions, beginning with one-step instructions and working up to two-step instructions.  Divide students into small groups with a student from each Developmental level (as available). Have the groups discuss a topic relevant to them (whether the playground should be closed when it rains, which lunch option is the best, etc.). Assign the developing student the job of “deputy,” whose job is to make sure the other students are doing their job.

Understanding  Using the groups described above, assign the Understanding student the job of “recorder,” whose job is to take notes (could be in picture or words) about the discussion. 

Deeper

Acquisition 

Using the groups described above, assign the Deeper Acquisition student the job of “reporter,” whose job is to tell the rest of the class about their discussion. 

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