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Grade 2 Common Core I Can Statements… 1
Second Grade Common Core… The Next Generation Strand: Reading: Literature RL.2.1 – 2.10 2
I can ask questions to show I understand important details in a story. RL.2.1 3
I can answer questions to show I understand important details in a story. RL.2.1 4
I can retell a fable or folktale and explain the lesson in the story. RL.2.2 5
I can tell how characters act when things happen in a story. RL.2.3 6
I can describe how words give rhythm and meaning to a story, poem, or song. RL.2.4 7
I can tell the important details about how a story begins and ends. RL.2.5 8
I can use different voices for characters. RL.2.6 9
I can tell the differences in characters ideas. RL.2.6 10
I can use illustrations and text to tell about the characters, setting, and plot of a story. RL.2.7 11
I can tell how stories by different authors, or stories from different places, are alike and different. RL.2.9 12
I can r ead and understand stories at my grade level. RL.2.10 13
Second Grade Common Core… The Next Generation Strand: Reading: Informational Text RI.2.1 – 2.10 14
I can ask questions to show I know what I read. (who, what, when, where, why, and how) RI.2.1 15
I can identify the main topic of the text. RI.2.2 16
I can ask questions to show I understand important details in a story. RI.2.1 17
I can state the focus of the paragraphs within the text. RI.2.2 18
I can put events, ideas, or concepts in order. RI.2.3 19
I can explain how events and ideas go together. RI.2.3 20
I can use strategies to figure out the meaning of words or phrases. RI.2.4 21
I can tell why the author wrote the text. RI.2.6 22
I can tell how pictures help me understand what I read. RI.2.7 23
I can explain why the author includes certain details in a text. RI.2.8 24
I can compare and contrast facts presented from two texts on the same topic. RI.2.9 25
I can read and understand informational texts at my grade level. RI.2.10 26
Second Grade Common Core …The Next Generation Strand: Reading Foundations RF.2.3-2.4 27
I can sound out words I do not know. RF.2.3 28
I can read a list of grade 2 words that cannot be sounded out. RF.2.3 29
I can read fluently. I can understand what I read. RF.2.4 30
I can correct myself if I make a mistake when I read. RF.2.4 31
I can read with expression. RF.2.4 32
I know the purpose of what I read. RF.2.4 33
Second Grade Common Core… The Next Generation Strand: Writing W.2.1- 34
I can write my thoughts and ideas about a topic or a book I have read. W.2.1 35
I can write reasons for my opinions. W.2.1 36
I can write words that link my ideas and my reasons. W.2.1 37
I can write a closing statement. W.2.1 38
I can write my thoughts and ideas about a topic or a book I have read. W.2.2 39
I can write about something that happened, what I have seen, or something I remember. W.2.3 40
I can write words that link my ideas and my reasons. W.2.1 41
I can write to include actions, thoughts, and feelings. W.2.3 42
I can use words such as first, next and then, to tell events in order as I write. W.2.3 43
I can write a closing statement. W.2.3 44
I can, with help, edit to make my writing clearer. W.2.5 45
I can, with help, revise my writing to make sure I stay on topic and to make it clearer. W.2.5 46
I can use digital tools to finish and share my work. W.2.6 47
I can work with others to learn and write about a topic. W.2.7 48
I can answer a question by thinking about something that happened to me. W.2.8 49
I can gather information to answer a question W.2.8 50
Second Grade Common Core… The Next Generation Strand: Speaking and Listening SL. 2.1 51
I can talk with others using listening and speaking rules SL.2.1 52
I can connect my comments to what others have said. SL.2.1 53
I can ask questions if I don’t understand. SL.2.1 54
I can remember and tell others the important details that I have heard or read. SL.2.2 55
I can ask and answer questions about what a speaker says to help me understand what has been said or to learn more. SL.2.3 56
I can tell a story or something that happened to me. SL.2.4 57
I can include facts, details, and interesting words when telling a story. SL.2.4 58
I can speak so that the listener can hear and understand me. SL.2.4 59
I can record myself reading using a computer or other digital recorder. SL.2.5 60
I can add pictures to my presentation to add meaning. SL.2.5 61
I can use complete sentences when I answer questions. SL.2.6 62
Second Grade Common Core… The Next Generation Strand: Language L-2.1 63
I can use nouns that name groups of things, like “pride or flock”. L-2.1 64
I can use plural nouns that don’t follow the rules, like “feet, children, teeth, and fish”. L-2.1 65
I can use pronouns like, “myself and himself”, that tell about the subject in the sentence. L-2.1 66
I can use past tense verbs that don’t follow the rules; like “sat, hid, and told”. L-2.1 67
I can use adjectives and adverbs to make a sentence clearer. L-2.1 68
I can add description or rearrange sentences to create new sentences. L-2.1 69
I can capitalize proper nouns. L-2.2 70
I can use commas in greetings and closings of letters. L-2.2 71
I can use apostrophes in contractions and to show possession. L-2.2 72
I can spell words using patterns. L-2.2 73
I can use dictionaries or other resources to check my spelling. L-2.2 74
I can use what I know about speaking and writing, to communicate appropriately with others. L-2.3 75
I can figure out the meaning of a word by reading words around it. L-2.4 76
I can figure out the meaning of a word by knowing the meaning of parts of the word. L-2.4 77
I can use glossaries, dictionaries or other resources to find the meaning of a word. L-2.4 78
I can connect words with my experiences. L-2.5 79
I can explain how two words are similar but can have a little bit different meaning. L-2.5 80
I can use new words I’ve learned. L-2.6 81
Grade 2 Common Core State Standards North Dakota 82
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