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NCDPI  ELA SECTION  Parent Guide FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS  ELA Standards  Expectations Get an in-depth look of what skill...
02  Introduction to the NC Standard Course of Study  03  ELA Standards    Expectations for  Second  Grade  14  Reading Str...
Welcome  This guide provides an overview of what your child will learn by the end of second grade in English Language Arts...
The NC standards are divided into 4 strands      Reading o Foundational Skills  K-5  o Reading Literature o Reading Inform...
ELA Standards    Expectations for Second Grade This section focuses on the key skills your child will learn throughout sec...
Reading Foundational Skills Handwriting Students      print all letters legibly and proportionally  Phonics and Word Recog...
Reading   Literature Key Ideas and Evidence Students      ask and answer questions about a text     recount stories  inclu...
Reading   Literature Integration of Ideas and Analysis Students      use the information from illustrations and words to d...
Reading   Informational Key Ideas and Evidence Students      ask and answer questions about a text     identify the main t...
Reading   Informational Integration of Ideas and Analysis Students      explain how specific images add to the understandi...
Writing Text Types, Purposes, and Publishing Students      organize information and ideas based on a topic to plan and pre...
Writing Text Types, Purposes, and Publishing con t Students      revise and edit based on peer and adult feedback  with gu...
Speaking and Listening Collaboration and Communication Students      follow established rules for talking with others     ...
Language Conventions of Standard English  Students      demonstrate understanding of progressively more difficult standard...
Language Language Standards 1 and 2 include two continuums, one for grammar and one for conventions. The skills within eac...
Reading Strategies Reading outside of school provides the additional support and encouragement that allows students to cre...
Reading Strategies     Discuss any confusing parts, elements, or information in the book, chapter, or passage.     Start a...
Reading Strategies     Act out a story, poem or other text as if it is a play by using different voices for the characters...
Reading Strategies     When you read a favorite picture book to your child and come across a short word that rhymes or is ...
Reading Strategies     Possible questions prompts to ask as or after your child reads con t  o Describe the differences be...
Writing Strategies Writing to express opinions, provide information, and or create a story goes far beyond letter formatio...
Writing Strategies     Encourage your child to draw and or write his her own version of a favorite story. Or, encourage yo...
Writing Strategies     Keep a family journal of trips, weekends, and special times spent together. Your child can both wri...
Resources for Learning Outside of School At home, you play an important role in your student   s academic success. You are...