Second Grade

2020-2021 Second Grade Instructional Schedule

Monday Daily Schedule

     Time                          Subject
9:15-9:45 Morning Meeting
9:45-12:15 Independent Learning or Specialized Instruction

Tuesday - Friday Daily Schedule

Time

Subject

9:15-9:45

Morning Meeting

9:45-10:15

Specials

10:15-11:15

Language Arts

11:15-11:30

BREAK

11:30-12:15

Math

12:15-1:15

Lunch & Family Activities

1:15-2:00

Science/Social Studies

2:00-2:15

BREAK

2:15-3:15

Specialized Instruction/ Other Activities

3:15-3:30

Check- in

3:30-4:15

Parent Partnerships

2020-2021 Second Grade Specials Schedule

 

Shin

Engle

Garrity

Malone

Cotto

Tuesday

PE

Music

Art

Library

PE

Wednesday

Music

PE

Library

Art

Music

Thursday

Art

Library

Music

PE

Art

Friday

Library

Art

PE

Music

Library

Big Ideas - Week of September 8 - September 18

Language Arts

  • Learn to independently follow the predictable structures and routines of reading and writing workshop.
  • Explore a variety of genres and forms to determine the types of books they love to read and to support the purpose of what they want to write.
  • Readers explain their ideas with support and work to understand another’s idea about the text.Learn to independently follow the predictable structures and routines of reading and writing workshop.
  • Explore a variety of genres and forms to determine the types of books they love to read and to support the purpose of what they want to write.
  • Readers explain their ideas with support and work to understand another’s idea about the text.

Math

  • Count forward by twos, fives, and tens to 120, starting at various multiples of 2, 5, or 10.
  • Count backward by tens from 120.
  • Recognize and use the relationships between addition and subtraction to solve single-step practical problems, with whole numbers to 20.
  • Demonstrate fluency with addition and subtraction within 20.
  • Identify, describe, create, extend and transfer patterns found in objects, pictures and numbers.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of equality through the use of the equal symbol and the use of the not equal symbol.

Social Studies

The student will apply the traits of a good citizen, on and offline,

  • respecting the rights and property of others
  • describing actions that can improve school and community
  • demonstrating self-discipline and self-reliance
  • practicing honesty and trustworthiness
  • describing the purpose of rules and laws 

Science

  • Investigate and understand that plants and animals undergo a series of orderly changes as they grow and develop.

  • Demonstrate an understanding of scientific and engineering practices

Big Ideas - Week of September 22 - October 9

Language Arts

  • Learn to independently follow the predictable structures and routines of reading and writing workshop.
  • Explore a variety of genres and forms to determine the types of books they love to read and to support the purpose of what they want to write.
  • Readers explain their ideas with support and work to understand another’s idea about the text.
  • Learn to independently follow the predictable structures and routines of reading and writing workshop.
  • Explore a variety of genres and forms to determine the types of books they love to read and to support the purpose of what they want to write.
  • Readers explain their ideas with support and work to understand another’s idea about the text.

Math

  • Count forward by twos, fives, and tens to 120, starting at various multiples of 2, 5, or 10.
  • Count backward by tens from 120.
  • Recognize and use the relationships between addition and subtraction to solve single-step practical problems, with whole numbers to 20.
  • Demonstrate fluency with addition and subtraction within 20.
  • Identify, describe, create, extend and transfer patterns found in objects, pictures and numbers.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of equality through the use of the equal symbol and the use of the not equal symbol.

Social Studies

The student will apply the traits of a good citizen, on and offline,

  • respecting the rights and property of others
  • describing actions that can improve school and community
  • demonstrating self-discipline and self-reliance
  • practicing honesty and trustworthiness
  • describing the purpose of rules and laws 

Science

  • Investigate and understand that plants and animals undergo a series of orderly changes as they grow and develop.

  • Demonstrate an understanding of scientific and engineering practices

Big Ideas - Week of October 12 - October 30

Language Arts

  • Readers follow characters, developing ideas about how and why characters grow and change throughout a book.
  • Readers interpret messages or lessons that authors convey and discuss what they think about those messages.
  • Readers explore perspectives that are included and those that are absent in texts.
  • Writers use elaboration techniques to develop important parts of their piece
  • Writers use what they know about narrative writing to stretch out the problem in the story to build tension.
  • Writers develop characters who change as a result of the situation

Math

  • Read, write, and identify the place and value of each digit in a three-digit numeral, with and without models
  • Identify the number that is 10 more, 10 less, 100 more, and 100 less than a given number up to 999.
  • Compare and order whole numbers between 0 and 999.
  • Round two-digit numbers to the nearest ten.
  • Identify, describe, create, extend, and transfer patterns found in objects, pictures, and numbers.

Social Studies

  • The students will use maps and globes of the world and the United States to locate different locations.

Science

  • Investigate and understand that plants and animals undergo a series of orderly changes as they grow and develop.
  • Demonstrate and understanding of scientific and engineering practices.

SECOND GRADE SUPPLY LIST

SECOND GRADE CURRICULUM