2010 - 2011 CAPs

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Gr. 2 - 3 New Books New Ideas 2010 - 2011

by Sue Costagliola East Meadow School District

This CAP introduces teachers to some of the most recently published children’s literature. The writers have included specific lessons in the areas of word study, vocabulary, comprehension skills, and writing strategies. The books were chosen to provide a variety of themes including character education and cultural awareness. In addition, the CAP includes books of different genres. Teachers of grades 2-3 who use this curriculum will find an appendix of references to enable their students to interact with text, use graphic organizers, and to become active readers and writers.
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Gr. K Essential Vocabulary for ELA Learners 2010 - 2011

by Sue Costagliola East Meadow School District

This project; Essential Vocabulary for English Language Learners addresses the need for the ESL students to practice their instructional vocabulary which is essential for the development of literacy skills. The CAP is organized into monthly themes. This facilitates alignment with the mainstream kindergarten class.
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Gr. K Author Studies Comprehension 2010 - 2011

by Sue Costagliola East Meadow School District

This project gives kindergarten students various opportunities to practice the strategies, skills and activities associated with Best Practices in Balanced Literacy instruction. Activities will require student’s response in the forms of reading, writing, listening, speaking and artistic expression. The following comprehension strategies and skills are included: ? Characters ? Setting ? Imagery ? Making Inferences ? Questioning
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Gr. K Social Studies 2010 - 2011

by Sue Costagliola East Meadow School District

The purpose of this project was to organize the Kindergarten Social Studies curriculum into a cohesive and sequential framework. By grouping the curriculum by themes and holidays, we hope to assist the Kindergarten teacher in planning and implementing the Social Studies curriculum within the half day schedule. The framework allows each individual teacher the flexibility needed to meet the diverse needs of each Kindergarten class.
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