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    1. READING HOMEWORK PACKET: Weekly Homework link
    3. Arizona’s English Language Arts Standards work together in a clear progression
    from kindergarten through 12th grade. This document provides a brief overview of
    the skills a student will learn in 2nd grade. Each standard builds on the standard
    that came before and towards the standard that comes in the next grade level.
    Each standard is expected to be taught as appropriate for the grade-level. Some
    standards appear to have similar wording at multiple grade levels; however, it is
    understood that they are to be applied with increased focus to progressively more
    challenging texts and tasks.
     
    Reading Standards for Literature
    • Independently and proficiently read and understand a variety of literature from multiple cultures
    • Identify key characteristics of literature 
    • Describe the overall structure of a story or poem
    • Ask and answer questions, such as who, what, when, where, why, and how, to show understanding of a story or poem
    • Determine the central idea of a story or poem
    • Compare and contrast versions of the same story by different authors or cultures

    Reading Standards for Informational Text

    • Ask and answer questions, such as who, what, when, where, why, and how, to show understanding of a text 
    • Identify main idea of a multi-paragraph text, including what an author wants to explain, describe, or answer 
    • Use various text features, such as glossaries, icons and indexes, to locate key facts and information
    • Make connections between a series of historical events, scientific ideas or steps in technical procedures 
    • Compare and contrast important points between two texts of the same topic
    Reading Standards Foundational Skills
     
    • Read words with common prefixes and suffixes
    • Read irregularly spelled words
    • Read with purpose and understanding

    Writing Standards

    • Write opinion and explanatory pieces that include reasons to support ideas, linking words, and a conclusion
    • Write narratives that include a clear sequence of events, details that describe actions and thoughts, and words that indicate a change in time 
    • Revise writing based on feedback from adults and peers 
    • Participate in shared research projects
    • Gather information from provided sources to answer a question

    Writing Foundations Standards

    • Properly identify the sounds in words
    • Spell irregular and pattern based words
    • Use proper manuscript letter formation when writing

    Speaking and Listening Standards

    • Engage in a range of discussions with different partners, listening actively and speaking clearly 
    • Ask and answer questions about information from readings and presentations to clarify understanding 
    • Integrate reading skills to present ideas, thoughts, and feelings in a variety of waysLanguage Standards

    Language

    • Use correct grammar when writing or speaking 
    • Use understanding of root words, prefixes, and suffixes to determine the meaning of unfamiliar words 
    • Use glossaries and dictionaries to determine the meaning of unknown words