Second Grade Unit 4

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1. What phonic skills will support reading second grade texts?
  a. This means I can decode words using understanding of common prefixes and suffixes, irregularly spelled words, and common spelling sound correspondences.
    Subject Title Series
Grammar Identifying Words Reading for Children
Grammar Pencil Power Goes Visiting: Long Vowels A, I, O Phonics In Context
2. What grammar components enhance meaning?
  a. This means I can understand and use nouns, pronouns, verbs, multiple meaning words, and compound sentences correctly in reading and writing.
    Subject Title Series
Grammar Descriptive Words and Phrases Grammar for Children
Grammar Grammar Rock! Schoolhouse Rock! Classroom Edition
Grammar Nouns Grammar for Children
Grammar Schoolhouse Rock! Grammar Schoolhouse Rock! Classroom Edition
Grammar Schoolhouse Rock!: Special 30th Anniversary Edition Schoolhouse Rock! Classroom Edition
Grammar Verbs Grammar for Children
3. What are second grade language conventions?
  a. This means I can write simple and compound sentences, use commas correctly, and generalize spelling patterns.
    Subject Title Series
Grammar Exclamation Mark Rooster's Hamlet
Grammar Punctuation Grammar for Children
Grammar Sentences Grammar for Children
Grammar The Comma Rooster's Hamlet
4. What are civic responsibilities?
  a. This means I can recognize and practice civic responsibilities in my community, state, and nation.
    Subject Title Series
Citizenship American Citizenship American Government for Children
Citizenship Becoming An Active Citizen My America: Building a Democracy
Citizenship Building Blocks of Good Character Student Workshop
Citizenship Communities of the Past Community Helpers
Citizenship Community Rules and Laws Community Helpers
Citizenship Constitution Day Holidays for Children
Citizenship Environmental Scientist Community Helpers
Citizenship Family Doctor Community Helpers
Citizenship Firefighter Community Helpers
Citizenship Immigration to the United States American Heritage
Citizenship Pharmacist Community Helpers
Citizenship Recycling Coordinator Community Helpers
Citizenship Student Workshop: Building Character
Citizenship Teacher Community Helpers
Citizenship We Vote Primary Citizenship Classroom
Citizenship What is a Community? Community Helpers
Citizenship Why People Work Community Helpers
Historical Figures Abraham Lincoln The Animated Hero Classics
Historical Figures Abraham Lincoln Great Americans for Children
Historical Figures Abraham Lincoln American Heroes and Heroines
Historical Figures Abraham Lincoln America's Story
Historical Figures Alistair's Time Machine Reading Rainbow General Education
Historical Figures Allies at Last/Honor and Compromise Liberty's Kids
Historical Figures Amelia Earhart Great Americans for Children
Historical Figures American Independence American History for Children
Historical Figures Benjamin Franklin Great Americans for Children
Historical Figures Benjamin Franklin The Animated Hero Classics
Historical Figures Benjamin Franklin: Scientist and Inventor Animated Hero Classics
Historical Figures Born Free and Equal/The Man Who Would Not Be King Liberty's Kids
Historical Figures Cesar Chavez Great Americans for Children
Historical Figures Christopher Columbus The Animated Hero Classics
Historical Figures Christopher Columbus Animated Hero Classics
Historical Figures Columbus Day Holidays for Children
Historical Figures Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. American Heroes and Heroines
Historical Figures Eleanor Roosevelt Great Americans for Children
Historical Figures Equal Rights for All American History for Children
Historical Figures Equality and Civil Rights Our Modern U.S. History
Historical Figures George Washington American Heroes and Heroines
Historical Figures George Washington The Animated Hero Classics
Historical Figures George Washington Animated Hero Classics
Historical Figures George Washington America's Story
Historical Figures George Washington Great Americans for Children
Historical Figures Getting to Know George Washington Getting to Know the U.S. Presidents
Historical Figures Getting to Know Thomas Jefferson Getting to Know the U.S. Presidents
Historical Figures Harriet Tubman Animated Hero Classics
Historical Figures Harriet Tubman The Animated Hero Classics
Historical Figures Harriet Tubman Great Americans for Children
Historical Figures History of American Government American Government for Children
Historical Figures History of Transportation Our Modern U.S. History
Historical Figures Just a Few Words, Mr. Lincoln: The Story of the Gettysburg Address
Historical Figures Martin Luther King, Jr. Great Americans for Children
Historical Figures Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Holidays for Children
Historical Figures Martin Luther King, Jr.: Black History Month America's Special Days
Historical Figures Martin's Big Words
Historical Figures Opposing Slavery: The Abolitionist Movement in America America's Journey Through Slavery
Historical Figures Pocahontas The Animated Hero Classics
Historical Figures Pocahontas The Animated Hero Classics
Historical Figures Presidents Day Holidays for Children
Historical Figures President's Day America's Special Days
Historical Figures Revolutionary War Heroes Great Americans for Children
Historical Figures Sacagawea Great Americans for Children
Historical Figures Smithsonian and the Presidency This is America, Charlie Brown
Historical Figures Susan B. Anthony Great Americans for Children
Historical Figures The Boston Tea Party/Intolerable Acts Liberty's Kids
Historical Figures The First Fourth of July/New York, New York Liberty's Kids
Historical Figures The Hessians are Coming/Valley Forge Liberty's Kids
Historical Figures The Midnight Ride/The Shot Heard 'Round the World Liberty's Kids
Historical Figures The Wright Brothers The Animated Hero Classics
Historical Figures The Wright Brothers Animated Hero Classics
Historical Figures This is America, Charlie Brown This is America, Charlie Brown
Historical Figures Thomas Edison The Animated Hero Classics
Historical Figures Thomas Edison and the Electric Light Animated Hero Classics
Historical Figures Thomas Jefferson Great Americans for Children
Historical Figures U.S. Celebrations Our United States Collection
Historical Figures United States Constitution American History for Children
Historical Figures United We Stand/Liberty or Death Liberty's Kids
Historical Figures Washington Takes Command/Common Sense Liberty's Kids
Historical Figures Why Don't You Get a Horse, Sam Adams?
History A History of the Presidency American Government for Children
History African-American Heritage American Cultures for Children
History Allies At Last/Honor and Compromise Liberty Kids
History America Rock Schoolhouse Rock!
History Arab-American Heritage American Cultures for Children
History Born Free and Equal/The Man Who Would Not Be King Liberty Kids
History Central American Heritage American Cultures for Children
History Chinese-American Heritage American Cultures for Children
History Election Day America's Special Days
History Flag Day/Citizens Day America's Special Days
History Follow the Drinking Gourd Reading Rainbow
History Going Home/We The People Liberty Kids
History How Many Days to America: Thanksgiving Story
History How the USA Grew from 13 Colonies to 50 States
History Immigration to the U.S. American History for Children
History Immigration to the United States American Heritage
History Irish-American Heritage American Cultures for Children
History Japanese-American Heritage American Cultures for Children
History Jewish-American Heritage American Cultures for Children
History Korean-American Heritage American Cultures for Children
History Magic Voyage
History Marin Luther King, Jr: Black History Month America's Special Days
History Mayflower Voyagers This is America Charlie Brown
History Memorial Day/Veterans Day Holidays for Children
History Mexican-American Heritage American Cultures for Children
History Moving to America: Then and Now Our United States Collection
History National Observances American History for Children
History Native American Day America's Special Days
History Native American Heritage American Cultures for Children
History Native American Life American History for Children
History Presidents Day Holidays for Children
History Puerto Rican Heritage American Cultures for Children
History Schoolhouse Rock! America Schoolhouse Rock! Classroom Edition
History Sea to Shining Sea: Stories of America Reading Rainbow
History Settling the New World Colonial Life for Children
History Smithsonian and the Presidency This is America Charlie Brown
History The Boston Tea Party/Intolerable Acts Liberty Kids
History The Dutch and New Amsterdam Colonial Life for Children
History The First Fourth of July/New York New York Liberty Kids
History The Hessians Are Coming/Valley Forge Liberty Kids
History The History of American Government American Government for Children
History The Midnight Ride/The Shot Heard 'Round the World Liberty Kids
History The New Frontier/Not Yet Begun to Fight Liberty Kids
History The Spanish and Colonial Santa Fe Colonial Life for Children
History The Star Spangled Banner
History This is America, Charlie Brown This is America Charlie Brown
History U.S. Songs and Poems American History for Children
History United States Expansion American History for Children
History United We Stand/Liberty or Death! Liberty Kids
History Vietnamese-American Heritage American Cultures for Children
History Washington Takes Command/Common Sense Liberty Kids
History Why Don't You Get a Horse, Sam Adams?
History Women's History Month America's Special Days
5. What are the roles of people in the school and community?
  a. This means I can identify members of the school community and how they contribute to the school's success.
    Subject Title Series
School Going to School is Your Job
School I Can Follow Rules Student Workshop
School My School Building: Places and People My School, My Responsibility
School My School Bus: Safety and Respect My School, My Responsibility
School My School Classroom: Classmates and Learning My School, My Responsibility
School My School Playground: Friends and Sharing My School, My Responsibility
School Respect: It Starts With You Student Workshop
School Teacher Community Helpers
School What is a Community? Community Helpers
6. Why do we have symbols and celebrations?
  a. This means I can show how our community, state, and a nation are united by symbols that represent citizenship.
    Subject Title Series
Celebrations Columbus Day U.S. Holidays America Celebrates
Celebrations Constitution Day Holidays for Children
Celebrations Constitution Day Holidays for Children
Celebrations Earth Day Holidays for Children
Celebrations Easter Holidays for Children
Celebrations Flag Day/Citizenship Day America's Special Days
Celebrations Holidays of Winter Meet the Seasons: A Holiday Collection
Celebrations Memorial Day/Veterans Day Holidays for Children
Celebrations Multicultural Christmas Holiday Facts and Fun
Celebrations National Observances American History for Children
Celebrations Native American Day America's Special Days
Celebrations New Year's Day (s) America's Special Days
Celebrations Pow Wow Holidays for Children
Celebrations Presidents Day Holidays for Children
Celebrations St. Patrick's Day Holidays for Children
Celebrations Thanksgiving Day U.S. Holidays America Celebrates
Celebrations Thanksgiving Day America's Special Days
Celebrations U.S. Celebrations Our United States Collection
Symbols A Pledge is a Promise My America: Building a Democracy
Symbols American Bald Eagle Symbols of America
Symbols Americana Tell Me Why
Symbols Constitution of the United States Symbols of America
Symbols Declaration of Independence Symbols of America
Symbols How We Elect a President Citizens Rule!
Symbols Images of Liberty Symbols of America
Symbols Our American Flag
Symbols Our Founding Documents Citizens Rule!
Symbols Symbols of America Citizens Rule!
Symbols Symbols of Freedom and Justice My America: Building a Democracy
Symbols The Journey of the One and Only Declaration of Independence
Symbols The Pledge and the Anthem: Behind the Words
Symbols The Star Spangled Banner
Symbols The White House Symbols of America
Symbols This Is Our Country Our United States Collection
Symbols U.S. Capitol Building Symbols of America
Symbols U.S. Flag Symbols of America
Symbols U.S. Songs and Poems American History for Children
Symbols U.S. Symbols Our Modern U.S. History
Symbols U.S. Symbols Our United States Collection
Symbols Uncle Sam Symbols of America
Symbols United States Flag American History for Children
Symbols What is a Flag? My America: Building a Democracy
7. How does matter change?
  a. This means I can explain how different materials (matter) change.
    Subject Title Series
Changes in Matter All About Solids, Liquids and Gases Physical Science for Children
Changes in Matter Change of State Mr. Wizard's World
Changes in Matter Changes in the Properties of Matter: Physical and Chemical Physical Science Collection Intermediate
Changes in Matter Common Properties of Matter: Atoms, Elements and States Physical Science Collection Intermediate
Changes in Matter How to Make a Mud Pie Geologist's Notebook
Changes in Matter Solids, Liquids and Gases A First Look
Properties of Matter All About Properties of Matter Physical Science for Children
Properties of Matter Change of State Mr. Wizard's World
Properties of Matter Changes in the Properties of Matter: Physical and Chemical Physical Science Collection Intermediate
Properties of Matter Common Properties of Matter: Atoms, Elements and States Physical Science Collection Intermediate
Properties of Matter Describing Matter and Its Properties Matter and Chemistry