ESL KNOWLEDGE MAP

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1. GRADE 1

1.1. GRADE 1 GRAMMAR

1.1.1. Lower and uppercase letters

1.1.2. Common, proper possessive nouns

1.1.3. Singular and plural

1.1.4. Personal, possessive, and indefinite pronouns

1.1.5. Past, present, and future tenses

1.1.6. Frequently occurring adjectives

1.1.7. Frequently occurring conjuctions

1.1.8. Frequently occurring prepositions

1.1.9. Determiners

1.2. GRADE 1 READING

1.2.1. Organization and basic features of print

1.2.2. Features of a sentence

1.2.3. Phonemes

1.2.4. Phonics and word analysis

1.2.5. Long vs short vowel sounds

1.2.6. Common consonant diagraphs

1.2.7. Decode two syllable words

1.2.8. Word recognition and understanding

1.3. GRADE 1 VOCABULARY

1.3.1. Frequently occuring root words

1.3.2. Word relationships and nuances

1.3.3. Sorting of words to catergories

1.3.4. Define words by categories

1.3.5. Identify real-life connections between words

1.3.6. Shades of meanings among verbs

1.3.7. Different density of adjectives

1.3.8. Use vocabulary acquired through conversations

1.4. GRADE 1 LISTENING

1.4.1. Collaborative conversations

1.4.2. Follow rules for discussions

1.4.3. Responding to the comments of others

1.4.4. Ask questions

1.4.5. Answer questions

1.5. GRADE 1 WRITING

1.5.1. Write basic opinion pieces

1.5.2. Write simple informative/explanatory text

1.5.3. Write narratives with at least 2 sequences

1.5.4. Use a variety of digital writing tools

1.5.5. Recall information from experiences

1.6. GRADE 1 SPEAKING

1.6.1. Describe people, places things and events

1.6.2. Add drawings or visual displays to descriptions

1.6.3. Produce appropriate and complete sentences

2. GRADE 2

2.1. GRADE 2 GRAMMAR

2.1.1. Usage of collective nouns

2.1.2. Irregular plural nouns

2.1.3. Reflexive pronouns

2.1.4. Past tense of irregular verbs

2.1.5. Adjectives VS adverbs

2.1.6. Rearrange simple and compound sentences

2.2. GRADE 2 READING

2.2.1. Long vs short vowels of one-syllable words

2.2.2. Spelling-sound correspondences of vowel teams

2.2.3. Decode two-syllable words with long vowels

2.2.4. Common prefixes and suffixes

2.2.5. Read irregularly spelled words

2.2.6. Read text orally with accuracy.

2.3. GRADE 2 VOCABULARY

2.3.1. Clarify the meaning of unknown words and phrases

2.3.2. Determine meaning when prefix is added

2.3.3. Use individual words to predict meaning of compound words

2.3.4. Use glossaries and beginning dictionaries

2.3.5. Identify real-life connections betweens words

2.3.6. Shades of meaning among closely related verbs

2.4. GRADE 2 LISTENING

2.4.1. Collaborative conversations with diverse partners

2.4.2. Follow agreed-upon rules for discussions

2.4.3. Linking comments to the remarks of others

2.4.4. Recount or describe key ideas or details

2.4.5. Ask and answer questions about what a speaker says

2.5. GRADE 2 WRITING

2.5.1. State an opinion and supply reasons using linking words

2.5.2. Write informative/explanatory texts

2.5.3. Write narratives recounting a well-elaborated event

2.5.4. Revising and editing

2.5.5. Use a variety of digital tools to produce writing

2.5.6. Determine two or more central ideas

2.6. GRADE 2 SPEAKING

2.6.1. Tell a story about an experience with descriptive details

2.6.2. Create audio recording of stories or poems

2.6.3. Produce complete sentences to provide requested detail or clarification

3. GRADE 3

3.1. GRADE 3 GRAMMAR

3.1.1. Functions of nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs

3.1.2. Regular and irregular plural nouns

3.1.3. Abstract nouns

3.1.4. Regular vs irregular verbs

3.1.5. Simple verb tenses

3.1.6. Subject-verb agreement

3.1.7. Comparative and superlative adjectives and adverbs

3.1.8. Coordinating and subordinating conjuctions

3.1.9. Simple, compound, and complex sentences

3.2. GRADE 3 READING

3.2.1. Apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills

3.2.2. Identify the meaning of common prefixes and derivational suffixes

3.2.3. Common Latin suffixes

3.2.4. Multisyllable words

3.2.5. Use context to confirm word recognition and understanding

3.3. GRADE 3 VOCABULARY

3.3.1. Determine the meaning of multiple-meaning words

3.3.2. Use sentence-level context clues

3.3.3. Affixes

3.3.4. Root words

3.3.5. Use glossaries or beginning dictionaries to clarify the precise meaning of words

3.3.6. Figurative language, word relationships and nuances in word meanings

3.3.7. Literal and non-literal meanings of words

3.3.8. Real-life connections between words and phrases

3.3.9. Words that describe states of mind or degrees of certainty

3.4. GRADE 3 LISTENING

3.4.1. Collaborative discussions

3.4.2. Rules for discussions

3.4.3. Asking questions, staying on topic, and linking comments

3.4.4. Explain ideas and understanding

3.4.5. Determine the main ideas and supporting details

3.5. GRADE 3 WRITING

3.5.1. Write opinions on topics

3.5.2. Introduce the topic being written about

3.5.3. Provide reasons

3.5.4. Use linking words and phrases

3.5.5. Concluding statement

3.5.6. Write informative/explanatory texts

3.5.7. Use temporal words and phrases to signal event order

3.5.8. Use technology to produce and publish writing

3.6. GRADE 3 SPEAKING

3.6.1. Report on a topic with appropriate facts and details

3.6.2. Create engaging audio recordings of stories and poems

3.6.3. Speak in complete sentences when appropriate to task and situation

4. GRADE 4

4.1. GRADE 4 GRAMMAR

4.1.1. Relative pronouns

4.1.2. Relative adverbs

4.1.3. Progressive verb tenses

4.1.4. Modal auxiliaries

4.1.5. Order adjectives within sentences

4.1.6. Form and use prepositional phrases

4.1.7. Frequently confused words

4.2. GRADE 4 READING

4.2.1. Apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills

4.2.2. Knowledge of all letter-sound correspondences, syllabication patterns and morphology

4.2.3. Read grade-level prose and poetry orally

4.2.4. Use context to confirm word recognition and understanding

4.3. GRADE 4 VOCABULARY

4.3.1. Determine the meaning of multiple-meaning words

4.3.2. Use sentence-level context clues

4.3.3. Greek and Latin affixes and roots

4.3.4. Consult reference materials (dictionaries, glossaries, and thesauruses)

4.3.5. Figurative language, word relationships and nuances in word meanings

4.3.6. Similes and metaphors

4.3.7. Common idioms, adages and proverbs

4.3.8. Antonyms and synonyms

4.4. GRADE 4 LISTENING

4.4.1. Collaborative discussions

4.4.2. Rules for discussions

4.4.3. Pose and respond to specific questions to clarify or follow up on information

4.4.4. Explain ideas and understanding

4.4.5. Determine the main ideas and supporting details

4.4.6. Paraphrase portions of a text read aloud

4.5. GRADE 4 WRITING

4.5.1. Write opinions on topics

4.5.2. Introduce the topic being written about

4.5.3. Provide reasons

4.5.4. Use linking words and phrases

4.5.5. Concluding statement

4.5.6. Write informative/explanatory texts

4.5.7. Use temporal words and phrases to signal event order

4.5.8. Use technology to produce and publish writing

4.6. GRADE 4 SPEAKING

4.6.1. Report on a topic with appropriate facts and details

4.6.2. Create engaging audio recordings and visual displays

4.6.3. Differentiate between contexts that call for formal English

5. GRADE 5

5.1. GRADE 5 GRAMMAR

5.1.1. Function of conjunctions, prepositions, prepositions, and interjections

5.1.2. Perfect verb tenses

5.1.3. Verb to convey various times, sequences, states, and conditions

5.2. GRADE 5 READING

5.2.1. Apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills

5.2.2. Knowledge of all letter-sound correspondences, syllabication patterns and morphology

5.2.3. Read grade-level prose and poetry orally

5.2.4. Use context to confirm word recognition and understanding

5.3. GRADE 5 VOCABULARY

5.3.1. Determine the meaning of multiple-meaning words

5.3.2. Use sentence-level context clues

5.3.3. Greek and Latin affixes and roots

5.3.4. Consult reference materials (dictionaries, glossaries, and thesauruses)

5.3.5. Figurative language, word relationships and nuances in word meanings

5.3.6. Figurative language: Similes and metaphors

5.3.7. Common idioms, adages and proverbs

5.3.8. Antonyms and synonyms

5.4. GRADE 5 LISTENING

5.4.1. Collaborative discussions

5.4.2. Rules for discussions

5.4.3. Pose and respond to specific questions to clarify or follow up on information

5.4.4. Review key ideas and draw conclusions

5.4.5. Summarize written texts

5.4.6. Summarize points and explain how each claim is supported

5.5. GRADE 5 WRITING

5.5.1. Write opinions on topics

5.5.2. Introduce the topic being written about

5.5.3. Provide logically ordered reasons

5.5.4. Use linking words and phrases

5.5.5. Concluding statement

5.5.6. Formatting, illustrations, and multimedia

5.5.7. Transitional words, phrases, and clauses to manage the sequence of events

5.5.8. Concrete words and phrases and sensory details

5.6. GRADE 5 SPEAKING

5.6.1. Report on a topic or text or present an opinion

5.6.2. Include multimedia components (e.g., graphics, sound) and visual displays in presentations

5.6.3. Adapt speech to a variety of contexts and tasks

6. GRADE 6

6.1. GRADE 6 GRAMMAR

6.1.1. Pronouns (subjective, objective and possessive)

6.1.2. Recognize inappropriate shifts in pronoun number and person

6.1.3. Recognize vague pronouns

6.1.4. Recognize variations from standard English

6.2. GRADE 6 READING

6.2.1. Cite textual evidence to support analysis

6.2.2. Determine a theme or central idea of a text

6.2.3. Determine the meaning of words and phrases

6.2.4. Compare and contrast the experience of reading a story, drama, or poem

6.2.5. Compare and contrast texts in different forms or genres

6.2.6. Read and comprehend literature, including stories, dramas, and poems

6.3. GRADE 6 VOCABULARY

6.3.1. Determine the meaning of multiple-meaning words

6.3.2. Use sentence-level context clues

6.3.3. Greek and Latin affixes and roots

6.3.4. Consult reference materials (dictionaries, glossaries, and thesauruses)

6.3.5. Verify the preliminary determination of the meaning of a word or phrase

6.3.6. Figurative language, word relationships and nuances in word meanings

6.3.7. Figurative language: Personification

6.3.8. Connotations and denotations

6.3.9. Relationship between particular words

6.4. GRADE 6 LISTENING

6.4.1. Collaborative discussions

6.4.2. Follow rules for collegial discussions

6.4.3. Pose and respond to specific questions to clarify or follow up on information

6.4.4. Review key ideas and draw conclusions

6.4.5. Interpret information presented in diverse media and formats

6.4.6. Delineate a speaker's argument and specific claims

6.5. GRADE 6 WRITING

6.5.1. Write arguments to support claims

6.5.2. Introduce claim(s) and organize the reasons

6.5.3. Establish and maintain a formal style.

6.5.4. Write informative/explanatory texts

6.5.5. Use a variety of transition words, phrases, and clauses to convey sequence

6.5.6. Develop and strengthen writing as needed by planning, revising, editing, rewriting, or trying a new approach

6.6. GRADE 6 SPEAKING

6.6.1. Present claims and findings, sequencing ideas logically and using pertinent descriptions, facts, and details to accentuate main ideas or themes

6.6.2. Include multimedia components (e.g., graphics, sound) and visual displays in presentations

6.6.3. Adapt speech to a variety of contexts and tasks

7. GRADE 7+