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Curriculum Guideposts PreK-2 . Where we are and where we are headed…. Tracy Carrigan Tina DiStefano Tina Hoyt Patti Mackay Lory Rollman Nancy Shaul Patty Taverna Michelle Terry. Donna Eaker Loretta McCarthy Debbie O’Neill Nancy Morgan. Primary House. Mission.

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curriculum guideposts prek 2

Curriculum Guideposts PreK-2

Where we are and

where we are headed…

primary house
Tracy Carrigan

Tina DiStefano

Tina Hoyt

Patti Mackay

Lory Rollman

Nancy Shaul

Patty Taverna

Michelle Terry

Donna Eaker

Loretta McCarthy

Debbie O’Neill

Nancy Morgan

Primary House
  • As a house we are working to emphasize the English/ Language Arts (ELA) Learning Standards (reading, writing, listening, speaking) in all grade levels and all subject areas. We are linking our newly adopted writing and reading programs, resulting in a comprehensive standards-based ELA curriculum Pre-K-2nd Grade.
  • We are also working to create strong home-school connections.
  • Discussed uses of curriculum guideposts
  • Met with ELA specialist
  • Discussed ways to integrate the ELA standards into our new reading and writing programs
  • Discussed and selected model
  • Established guideposts by grade level
  • Shared and reviewed material as a house to insure a continuum of skills
nys ela standards
NYS ELA Standards

Students will read, write, listen, and speak for:

  • Standard 1: Information and understanding.
  • Standard 2: Literary response and expression.
  • Standard 3: Critical analysis and evaluation.
  • Standard 4: Social interaction.
standard 1
Standard 1
  • Examples of Language for Information and Understanding
  • Reading of: anthology (daily reading instruction incorporates phonics, spelling, grammar and comprehension), textbooks, non-fiction books, magazines, newspapers, encyclopedias, CD ROM encyclopedias, and web sites
  • Writing of: lists and outlines, summaries, research reports
  • Listening to: classroom instruction, group discussions, directions, news broadcasts, CD’s and DVD’s
  • Speaking for: group discussions and presenting research
standard 2
Standard 2
  • Examples of Language for Literary Response and Expression
  • Reading of: picture books, stories, myths, fables, legends, poems, plays, novels
  • Writing of: personal responses, interpretations, literary analysis, explications of texts, original stories, sketches and poems
  • Listening to: oral readings of literature, stage plays, CDs and DVDs
  • Speaking for: oral readings, recitations of literary passages, dramatic presentations, groups discussions of literature
standard 3
Standard 3
  • Examples of Language for Critical Analysis and Evaluation
  • Reading of: literature, advertisements, public documents, book and movie reviews
  • Writing of: opinions, persuasive writing, book and play reviews, peer editing, literary critiques
  • Listening to: book discussions, advertising, commercials, political speeches
  • Speaking for: story comparisons, play reviews, interviews, opinion surveys, persuasive speeches
standard 4
Standard 4

Examples of Language for Social Interaction

  • Reading of: notes, friendly letters, email, journal entries
  • Writing of: notes, e-mail messages, friendly letters, acknowledgements
  • Speaking/Listening for: greetings, introductions, conversations, group discussions
looking ahead
Looking ahead...
  • We will continue as a house to refine and enhance our balanced literacy program to support the ELA standards.
  • We recognize that our curriculum guideposts are a work in progress.
  • We look forward to our continued collaboration with special area teachers to provide an exciting and integrated Language Arts program.
resources used
Resources Used
  • New York State Learning Standards
  • Macmillan McGraw-Hill Reading Series
  • Empowering Writers Resource Materials
  • New York State Early Literacy Guidelines
  • Teacher Plan Books and Year-Long Plans
  • Consultations with ELA Specialist, Dr. Robert Fulmer