1th Grade CCSS Reading (Literature and Informational Text ) Standards ~
Planning & grading just got a whole lot easier! I have summarized the 1st grade RL & RI reading standards and created a common core aligned student worksheet to correspond to each!!
Each worksheet is clearly labeled with the corresponding standard. The best part is that these worksheets can be used over and over with ANY text!
My favorite way to use them is to place them in sheet protectors with cardboard behind them to keep them stiff. I link them with a ring, and hang them next to our classroom bookshelf. Early finishers, choose one when they choose a book to read, and write on it with a dry erase marker. I scan it when they are done. They erase, and it’s ready for the next student. This is a perfect way to make silent reading time more valuable, and give early finishers an even better extension activity! Of course, these can also be used in small group instruction, centers, or as a whole group. I always introduce them one by one (either whole group or small group) and explain my expectations before I hang them by our library for the early finishers group.
*This is a growing resource, check back for updates with new pages!
Common Core Aligned Student Worksheets
Standards for 1st grade RI and RL
1st Grade Standards Covered:
Reading Informational Text:
RI 1 Ask and answer questions about key details in the text.
RI 2 Identify the main topic and retell key details
RI 3 Describe a connection between 2 pieces of information.
RI 4Use questions to clarify the meaning of words and phrases.
RI 5 Know and use text structures to locate key facts.
RI 6 Distinguish info provided by illustrations vs words.
RI 7 (Not applicable to literature)
RI 8 Identify the reasons an author gives to support points.
RI 9 Identify similarities & differences between texts on the same topic
RL 1 Ask and answer questions about key details in the text.
RL 2 Retell Stories & understand their central message.
RL 3 Describe characters, setting, and major events.
RL 4 Identify words & phrases that suggest feelings or appeal to the senses
RL 5 Explain difference between books that tell stories and books that give information.
RL 6 Identify who is telling the story at various points.
RL 7 Use illustrations and details to describe key ideas.
RL 9 Compare & contrast the adventures of characters in stories.
**RL & RI 10 Reading poetry is not included
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