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Common Core Standards

Hamilton County Schools have adopted the Common Core Standards for Literacy and Math. This is the "student friendly" version of the standards. For the full list on literacy standards please follow this link to the Hamilton County Literacy Website.
 

READING AND LITERATURE
 

RL.1.1
I can answer all who, what, when or where questions about the story.
 I can ask at least one question about the story.
RL.1.2
I can tell what the story is about.
I can tell the important parts of the story.
I can tell what the story is about and tell important parts.
RL.1.3
I can tell who was in the story.
I can tell where the story happened.
I can tell what happened in the story.
 I can name the characters, settings, and important parts in a story.
RL.1.4
I can tell how words make me feel.
RL.1.5
I can tell which books are stories.
 I can tell which books tell true things.
RL.1.6
I can tell who is talking in the story.
RL.1.7
I can tell about the story using pictures and words.
RL.1.9
I can identify characters in the story.
I can tell how characters are different.
 I can tell how characters are the same.
RL.1.10
When someone helps me:
I can listen to prose and poems.
 I can read prose and poems.
 

READING INFORMATIONAL TEXT
 

RI.1.1
I can answer questions about key details in a text.
 I can ask questions about key details in a text.
RI.1.2
I can tell what the text is about.
I can tell what I learned from the text.
RI.1.3
I can tell how two people are alike/connected.
I can tell how two events are alike/connected.
I can tell how two ideas are alike/connected.
 I can tell how two facts are alike/connected.
RI.1.4
I can ask questions about words I don’t know.
 I can answer questions about words I don’t know.
RI.1.5
I can use parts of a book to find information.
RI.1.6
I can use the pictures and words to help me understand what is read.
RI.1.7
I can use the pictures and words to help understand ideas.
 I can use pictures and words to help me tell about the text.
RI.1.8
I can tell what the author wants me to know.
 I can tell how the words the author used helped me understand.
RI.1.9
I can compare texts and say how they are the same.
 I can compare texts and say how they are different.
RI.1.10
When someone helps me:
 I can listen to or read true stories or texts.
 

FOUNDATIONAL SKILLS
 

RF.1.1
I can find the beginning of a sentence.
 I can find the end of a sentence.
RF.1.2
I can hear and say long and short vowels.
I can blend sounds to make words.
I can hear and say the beginning sound of a word.
I can hear and say the middle sound of a word.
 I can hear and say the ending sound of a word.
RF.1.3
I can say the sounds in words.
I can say words that end with silent e.
I can use vowels to sound out syllables.
I can break words into parts.
I can read words with endings.
 I can read first grade sight words.
RF.1.4
I can think about what I read.
I can tell why I read different kinds of books.
 I can understand what I read.
 

WRITING
 

W.1.1
I can write about what I think and tell why I think that.
W.1.2
I can write about a real topic including some facts.
W.1.3
I can write about the order of things that happened in a book I read or heard.
 I can use words that show order.
W.1.5
When someone helps me:
 I can use suggestions to add details to make my writing better.
W.1.6
When someone helps me:
I can use technology to help to write a story.
 I can use technology to share my writing.
W.1.7
I can investigate things I am interested in with others.
I can write about things I learn.
I can find facts.
 I can write a book with my classmates.
W.1.8
When someone helps me:
I can answer questions in my writing.
 I can find answers to my questions in many different ways.
 

SPEAKING AND LISTENING
 

SL.1.1
I can follow rules when I talk with my classmates.
I can ask questions about the topic.
 I can add my own comments to the topic.
SL.1.2
I can ask and answer questions after listening to someone speak.
SL.1.3
I can ask good questions after listening to someone speak.
 I can answer questions after listening to someone speak.
SL.1.4
I can tell about my ideas and feelings about something I know.
 I can add details about something I know.
SL.1.5
I can use pictures or things to help people understand me.
SL.1.6
I can speak in sentences.


LANGUAGE
 

L.1.1
I can write all my upper-case letters.
I can write all my lower-case letters.
I can use nouns in my speaking and writing.
I can match nouns with action words (He hops; We hop).
I can use a different word for a noun (I, me, my, they, them, their, anyone, everything).
I can use action words for things that happened yesterday, today, and tomorrow in my writing or speaking.
I can use describing words.
I can use connecting words.
I can use a, an, and the
I can use prepositions like over, under, and around.
 I can combine sentences.
L.1.2
I can capitalize dates and names.
I can use end punctuation for sentences.
I can use commas in dates and lists.
I can spell sight words and word family words.
 I can use invented spelling.
L.1.4
I can find root words and endings.
I can use word clues to figure out what a word means.
 I can use the end of words to figure out what a word means.
L.1.5
When someone helps me:
I can put words in groups that are the same.
I can tell what words mean and add details.
I can make connections between words.
 I can show words that mean moving and how they are moving.
L.1.6
I can put two little sentences together in one sentence.
 

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