Phonics
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Florida Sunshine State Standards and Grade Level Expectations
SSS Code & Grade Level
Benchmark and Grade Level Expectation
Lessons
ClickN READ Phonics Exercise
  Benchmark LA.A.1.1.2: The student identifies words and constructs meaning from text, illustrations, graphics, and charts using the strategies of phonics, word structure, and context clues.
K GLE 1. Understands how print is organized and read, reading top-to-bottom and left-to-right, sweeping back to left for the next line. 3-100
55-100
Story Reading
Sentence Dictation
2. Knows the names of the letters of the alphabet, both upper and lower case. 1-100 All letters of the alphabet are presented in multiple exercises as both upper and lower case.
3. Knows the sounds of the letters of the alphabet. 1-100
1-100
4-100
Letter Sound - screen selection
Letter Sound - keyboard selection
Letter Sound Review
4. Understands basic phonetic principles; knows words that have the same initial and final sounds; knows which sound is in the beginning, middle, end of a word; blends individual sounds into words. 1-25

1-100
Beginning, Middle, Ending letter sounds in words.
Word Blending 
 
1 GLE 1. Uses basic elements of phonetic analysis (for example, hears, segments, substitutes, and blends sounds in words). 1-25

1-100
14-100
15-100
55-100
Beginning, Middle, Ending letter sounds in words.
Word Blending 
Spelling Sight Words
Word Families
Sentence Dictation
2. Uses sound/symbol relationships as visual cues for decoding. 1-100
1-100
4-100
Letter Sound - screen selection
Letter Sound - keyboard selection
Letter Sound Review
3. Uses beginning letters (onsets) and patterns (rhymes) as visual cues for decoding. 1-25 Beginning, Middle, Ending letter sounds in words.
4. Uses structural cues to decode words (for example, word order, sentence boundaries). 50-100
55-100
Making Sentences
Sentence Dictation
2 GLE 1. Blends sound components into words. 1-100 Word Blending
2. Applies knowledge of beginning letters (onsets) and spelling patterns (rhymes) in single and multi-syllable words as visual cues for decoding. 1-25

80-87
Beginning, Middle, Ending letter sounds in words.
Prefixes
 
  Benchmark LA.A.1.1.3: The student uses knowledge of appropriate grade-, age-, and developmental-level vocabulary in reading.
K GLE 1. Identifies high frequency words. 11-100
14-100
4-100
Sight Words
Spelling Sight Words
Word Recognition Review
1 GLE 4. Uses knowledge of suffixes (including -er, -est, -ful) to determine meanings of words. 88-96 Suffixes
2 GLE 3. Uses knowledge of prefixes (including un-, re-, pre-, mis-) and suffixes (including –er, -est, -ful) to determine meaning of words. 80-87 Prefixes
 
  Benchmark LA.B.2.1.3: The student uses basic computer skills for writing, such as basic word-processing techniques such as keying words, copying, cutting, and pasting; using e-mail; and accessing and using basic educational software for writing.
K GLE 1. Uses basic computer skills for writing (including but not limited to using a mouse, locating numbers/letters on keyboard, turning computer on/off, and locating and opening application icon). 1-100
14-100
55-100
Mouse Operations - All Exercises
Spelling Sight Words
Sentence Dictation
(Note: computer on/off and icons not taught)
 
  Strand C: Listening, Viewing, and Speaking
Standard 1: The student uses listening strategies effectively.
Benchmark LA.C.1.1.1: The student listens for a variety of informational purposes, including
curiosity, pleasure, getting directions, performing tasks, solving problems, and following rules.
K GLE 1. Follows two-step oral directions. 1-100 All exercises
2. Listens to oral language in different forms (for example, stories read aloud) 3-100 Story Reading
 
  Strand D: Language
Standard 1: The student understands the nature of language.
Benchmark LA.D.1.1.1: The student recognizes basic patterns in and functions of language
(patterns such as characteristic sounds and rhythms and those found in written forms; functions
such as asking questions, expressing oneself, describing objects or experience, and explaining).
2 GLE 1. Knows oral and written patterns used in standard English (for example, repetition, rhyme, word families). 3-100
15-100
Story Reading
Word Families

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