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Second Grade

SECOND GRADE TEACHERS

2-1     N. Nicolazzi

2-2     J
. Cimino                                                                

2-3     
A. Buczak

2-4     K. Dautner

2-5     D. Montemurro

2-6
     
L. DeNapoli

2-7     
N. Baylis/M.Francis

2-8     J. Sallemi/A. Bowman

LANGUAGE GOALS FOR STUDENTS:

  • Capitalize

  • Punctuate

  • Write creatively

  • Use standard grammar and sentence structure

  • Practice penmanship according to the standard used in class

  • Spell vocabulary as assigned by the teacher

  • Practice dictionary skills

 

READING GOALS FOR STUDENTS:

  • Isolate main idea

  • Predict outcomes

  • State main idea and supporting details

  • Infer main idea from at least two sentences

  • Sequence events with signal words

  • Recall ideas from cues/context

  • Respond to signal word clues

  • Isolate and name consonants in any location in a word

  • Use vocabulary

 

MATHEMATICS GOALS FOR STUDENTS:

  • Read, write, identify and count cardinal numbers and ordinal numbers to increasing levels

  • Add facts

  • Subtract facts

  • Group and regroup in addition and subtraction

  • Explore multiplication

  • Explore nature and use of fractions

  • Solve problems involving amounts of money and time

  • Routinely use critical thinking skills to explore and solve problems

  • Collect data

  • Graph data

  • Classify data

  • Tally information

  • Predict outcomes

 

SCIENCE GOALS FOR STUDENTS:

  • Investigate properties of plant and animal life

  • Examine the nature and properties of weather, seasons, magnets and sounds

  • Explore characteristics of earth’s environment

  • Explore and test hypotheses regarding dinosaurs and extinction

  • Use a range of conventional and unconventional measures to assess weight, size, width, depth and other properties requiring measurement

  • Determine the relationship between nutrition and well-being

 

SOCIAL STUDIES GOALS FOR STUDENTS:

  • Explore and value diversity and equity

  • Explore similarities and differences within our community

  • Explore similarities and differences between and among communities around the world

  • Establish characteristics of rural, suburban and urban communities

  • Explore the relationship between working and meeting wants and needs

  • Construct laws and rules that help us govern our democracy

  • Use maps and globes

  • Use time lines to assess sequence of events in history


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