SBS:Literacy Level R v4

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Literacy Level R Capacity Matrices

Literacy Level R Vocabulary


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Oral Expression and Listening

Measurement Topic: LI.PK.P11 Conceptual understanding conveyed through vocabulary words can occur using a variety of modalities Capacity Matrix LI.PK.P11

LI.PK.P11.01.04 Identify and sort common objects, events, pictures, words, colors, shapes, and textures into various classifications (CAS: PS.1.1.a)

LI.PK.P11.02.04 Begin to identify and use special concepts (first/last, over/under, etc.) (CAS: PS.1.1.b)

LI.PK.P11.03.04 Demonstrate use of vocabulary in oral language to express ideas and events (CAS: PS.1.1.c)

LI.PK.P11.04.04 Begin to understand that everyday words such as "cold" relate to extended vocabulary words such as "chilly" (CAS: PS.1.1.d)

Measurement Topic: LI.PK.P12 Listening and comprehension skills are required to be clearly understood Capacity Matrix LI.PK.P12

LI.PK.P12.01.04 Use language to express ideas in complete sentences (with support of sentence stems as needed) (CAS: PS.1.2.a)

LI.PK.P12.02.04 Recite songs, poems, and stories with repeated rhyme (CAS: PS.1.2.b)

LI.PK.P12.03.04 Listen with comprehension, and follow two-step directions (CAS: PS.1.2.c)

LI.PK.P12.04.04 Remember spoken information for a short period of time (CAS: PS.1.2.d)

Measurement Topic: LI.PK.P13 Early knowledge of phonemic awareness is the building block of understanding language Capacity Matrix LI.PK.P13

LI.PK.P13.01.04 Recognize patterns of sounds in songs, storytelling, and poetry (CAS: PS.1.3.a)

LI.PK.P13.02.04 Understand that words are made up of one or more syllables (CAS: PS.1.3.b)

LI.PK.P13.03.04 Recognize rhyming words and alliterations (CAS: PS.1.3.c)

LI.PK.P13.04.04 Demonstrate understanding of initial sounds in words (such as mop begins with the /m/ sound) (CAS: PS.1.3.d)


Reading for All Purposes

Measurement Topic: LI.PK.P21 Print conveys meaning Capacity Matrix LI.PK.P21

LI.PK.P21.01.04 Hold books in upright position, turn pages sequentially, recognize correct orientation (top to bottom, left to right) (CAS: PS.2.1.a)

LI.PK.P21.02.04 Recognize print in the environment (CAS: PS.2.1.b)

LI.PK.P21.03.04 Recognize that printed material conveys meaning and connects to the reader’s world (CAS: PS.2.1.c)

LI.PK.P21.04.04 Use and interpret illustrations to gain meaning (CAS: PS.2.1.d)

LI.PK.P21.05.04 Make predictions based on illustrations or portions of story or text (CAS: PS.2.1.e)

LI.PK.P21.06.04 Generate a picture or written response to a read-aloud that identifies the who or what of the story or text (CAS: PS.2.1.f)


Measurement Topic: LI.PK.P22 Symbol, object, and letter recognition is a fundamental of reading and requires accuracy and speed Capacity Matrix LI.PK.P22

LI.PK.P22.01.04 Recognize own name in print (CAS: PK.2.2.a)

LI.PK.P22.02.04 Recognize the names of a minimum of 10 letters of the alphabet, specifically letters in own name (CAS: PK.2.2.b)

LI.PK.P22.03.04 Begin to name familiar objects, colors, letters, and numbers rapidly and in random order (CAS: PK.2.2.c)

Writing and Composition

Measurement Topic: LI.PK.P31 Pictures express ideas Capacity Matrix LI.PK.P31

LI.PK.P31.01.04 Draw pictures to generate, represent, and express ideas or share information (CAS: PS.3.1.a)

LI.PK.P31.02.04 Orally describe or tell about a picture (CAS: PS.3.1.b)

LI.PK.P31.03.04 Use shapes, letter-like symbols, and letters to represent words or ideas (CAS: PS.3.1.c)

LI.PK.P31.04.04 Dictate ideas to an adult (CAS: PS.3.1.d)


Measurement Topic: LI.PK.P32 Letters are formed with accuracy Capacity Matrix LI.PK.P32

LI.PK.P32.01.04 Begin to develop proper pencil grip when drawing or writing (CAS: PS.3.2.a)

LI.PK.P32.02.04 Write and recognize letters in own name (CAS: PS.3.2.b)

Research and Reasoning

Measurement Topic: LI.PK.P41 Relevant information is different from non-relevant information Capacity Matrix LI.PK.P41

LI.PK.P41.01.04 Understand the difference between a question and a statement (CAS: PS.4.1.a)

LI.PK.P41.02.04 Begin to identify key features of reality versus fantasy in stories, pictures, and events (CAS: PS.4.1.b)

LI.PK.P41.03.04 Identify information that is relevant (CAS: PS.4.1.c)

Measurement Topic: LI.PK.P42 Problems can be identified and possible solutions can be created Capacity Matrix LI.PK.P42

LI.PK.P42.01.04 Generate questions and investigate answers about topics of interest (CAS: PS.4.2.a)

LI.PK.P42.02.04 Gather relevant information and apply it to their problem-solving process or current event (CAS: PS.4.2.b)

LI.PK.P42.03.04 Seek and generate alternative approaches to solving problems (CAS: PS.4.2.c)