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Order of Grammar Acquisition For English Language Learners Aligned to Common Core State Standards.

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1 Order of Grammar Acquisition For English Language Learners Aligned to Common Core State Standards

2 Grammar SkillDescriptionAlignment to CCSS Nouns  Plural –s nouns  Plural –es nouns L.K.1c Pronouns  Possessive adjectives (My, your, his, her, its, our, their)  Possessive Pronouns (Mine, yours, his, hers, its, ours, theirs) L.1.1d Verb to be  Verb to be, pastL.1.1e Present Tense  Present tense  Present tense, 3 rd person singular L.1.1e Adjectives and Adverbs  Adjective: feelings and character  Adverbs: frequency, time, place, degree L.1.1f Prepositions  Prepositions: location (It's IN the box.), movement (He's going TO the shops.), time (He left AFTER the lesson had finished.) L.K.1e Present and Past Continuous  Present continuous (is walking)  Past continuous (was walking) L.1.1e This/That/These/Those  This/That/These/Those L.1.1d There is/There are  There is/There are L.1.1d Past Tense  Past tense, regular verbs L.1.1e L.1.1d Future  Future: going to and will L.1.1e L.3.1d Modals  can L.1.1e L.3.1e Question Forms  Simple Questions (who, what, when, where, why, how) L.K.1d Grammar Targets for Level 1 Level 1 Students

3 Grammar Targets for Level 2 Grammar SkillDescriptionAlignment to CCSS Nouns  Irregular plural nouns L.2.1b L.3.1b Adjectives and Adverbs  Adjectives: -ing and –ed  Adverbs: -ly 2.L.1e Sentence Types Compound Sentences: A compound sentence contains two independent clauses joined by a coordinator. The coordinators are as follows: for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so. (Helpful hint: The first letter of each of the coordinators spells FANBOYS.) Except for very short sentences, coordinators are always preceded by a comma. In the following compound sentences, subjects are in yellow, verbs are in green, and the coordinators and the commas that precede them are in red. I tried to speak Spanish, and my friend tried to speak English. L.1.1j L.2.1f Past Tense  Past tense: irregular verbsL.2.1c Modals  Modals: should, must, may, might, canL.4.1c Question Forms  Verb to be  Present tense  Past tense  Future L.1.1j Possessives  Possessive ‘sL.1.1b Two-part Verbs  Two-part verbs (phrasal verbs) L.3.1d Comparatives and Superlatives  Comparatives (ex. better)  Superlatives (best) L.3.1g Gerunds and Infinitives  Gerunds (She likes swimming in the lake.)  Infinitives (She like to go to the lake.) L.8.1a Relative Clauses  Relative clauses: that, who, where, when L.4.1b Conditionals  Conditionals: will and would L.4.1c L.5.1c Level 2 Students

4 Grammar Targets for Level 3 Grammar SkillDescriptionAlignment to CCSS Sentence Types Complex Sentences: A complex sentence has an independent clause joined by one or more dependent clauses. A complex sentence always has a subordinator such as because, since, after, although, or when or a relative pronoun such as that, who, or which. In the following complex sentences, subjects are in yellow, verbs are in green, and the subordinators and their commas (when required) are in red. When he handed in his homework, he forgot to give the teacher the last page. L.3.1i L.4.1f Future  Future Perfect (ex. She'll have finished it by next week.) will have + past participle  Future Continuous (ex. This time next month, I'll have been living here for three years.) will + have+been+present participle L.5.1b Modals  Modals: should have, could have, must have, can’t have, might have L.4.1c Question Forms  Present PerfectL.5.1b Conditionals  Conditionals: would haveL.5.1c Present Perfect and Past Perfect  Present perfect  Past perfect L.5.1b Passive  Passive L.8.1b Level 3 Students

5 Grammar Targets Level 4 Grammar SkillDescriptionAlignment to CCSS Sentence Types Complex Sentences: A complex sentence has an independent clause joined by one or more dependent clauses. A complex sentence always has a subordinator such as because, since, after, although, or when or a relative pronoun such as that, who, or which. In the following complex sentences, subjects are in yellow, verbs are in green, and the subordinators and their commas (when required) are in red. When he handed in his homework, he forgot to give the teacher the last page. L.3.1i L.4.1f Future  Future Perfect (ex. She'll have finished it by next week.) will have + past participle  Future Continuous (ex. This time next month, I'll have been living here for three years.) will + have+been+present participle L.5.1b Modals  Modals: should have, could have, must have, can’t have, might have L.4.1c Conditionals  Conditionals: would haveL.5.1b Passive  Passive L.5.1c Level 4 Students

6 Grammar Targets Level 5 Grammar SkillDescriptionAlignment to CCSS Sentence Types Complex Sentences: A complex sentence has an independent clause joined by one or more dependent clauses. A complex sentence always has a subordinator such as because, since, after, although, or when or a relative pronoun such as that, who, or which. In the following complex sentences, subjects are in yellow, verbs are in green, and the subordinators and their commas (when required) are in red. When he handed in his homework, he forgot to give the teacher the last page. L.3.1i L.4.1f Future  Future Perfect (ex. She'll have finished it by next week.) will have + past participle  Future Continuous (ex. This time next month, I'll have been living here for three years.) will + have+been+present participle L.5.1b Modals  Modals: should have, could have, must have, can’t have, might have L.4.1c Conditionals  Conditionals: would haveL.5.1b Passive  Passive L.5.1c Level 5 Students


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