New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards, Language Arts Literacy
Grade
Standard
Lessons
ClickN READ Phonics Exercise
Grade K

STANDARD 3.1 (READING) ALL STUDENTS WILL UNDERSTAND AND APPLY THE KNOWLEDGE OF SOUNDS, LETTERS, AND WORDS IN WRITTEN ENGLISH TO BECOME INDEPENDENT AND FLUENT READERS, AND WILL READ A VARIETY OF MATERIALS AND TEXTS WITH FLUENCY AND COMPREHENSION.

A. Concepts About Print  
  1. Realize that speech can be recorded in words (e.g., his/her own name; words and symbols in the environment). 1-100 This is the primary mode of instruction in all exercises within the program. Recorded letter sounds, words and sentences must be matched to printed text on the screen.  
  2. Distinguish letters from words. 1-100 Identifying corresponding letters words and sentences to letter sounds, words and sentences heard audibly is performed in all exercises in the program.
  3. Recognize that words are separated by spaces. 50-100
55-100
3-100
Making Sentences
Sentence Dictation
Story Reading
  4. Follow words left to right and from top to bottom. 55-100
3-100

Sentence Dictation
Story Reading

  5. Recognize that print represents spoken language. 1-100 This is the primary mode of instruction in all exercises within the program. Recorded letter sounds, words and sentences must be matched to printed text on the screen.
B. Phonological Awareness (includes phonemic awareness)  
  1. Demonstrate understanding that spoken words consist of sequences of phonemes. 1-100
3-100
4-100
Word Blending
Story Reading
Word Recognition Review
  3. Understand that the sequence of letters in a written word represents the sequence of sounds (phonemes) in a spoken word (alphabetic principle). 1-100
3-100
4-100
Word Blending
Story Reading
Word Recognition Review
  4. Learn many, though not all, one-to-one letter-sound correspondences. 1-100
1-100
4-100
Letter Sound - screen selection
Letter Sound - keyboard selection
Letter Sound Review
C. Decoding and Word Recognition  
  1. Recognize some words by sight. 11-100
14-100
4-100
Sight Words
Spelling Sight Words
Word Recognition Review
  2. Recognize and name most uppercase and lowercase letters of the alphabet. 1-100 All letters of the alphabet are presented in multiple exercises as both upper and lower case.
  3. Recognize and read one's name. 1-100 ClickN READ login requires students to recognize their own name in print.
D. Fluency  
  3. Attempt to follow along in book while listening to a story read aloud. 3-100 Story Reading

STANDARD 3.4 (LISTENING) ALL STUDENTS WILL LISTEN ACTIVELY TO INFORMATION FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES IN A VARIETY OF SITUATIONS.
A. Active Listening  
  1. Listen fully to understand instructions or hear daily messages. 1-100 All exercises in ClickN READ Phonics require the student to listen, understand and respond to a wide variety of instructions to successfully complete the lessons.
B. Listening Comprehension  
  1. Listen attentively to books teacher reads to class. 3-100 Story Reading - read aloud by the onscreen instructor.
GRADE 1

STANDARD 3.1 (READING) ALL STUDENTS WILL UNDERSTAND AND APPLY THE KNOWLEDGE OF SOUNDS, LETTERS, AND WORDS IN WRITTEN ENGLISH TO BECOME INDEPENDENT AND FLUENT READERS, AND WILL READ A VARIETY OF MATERIALS AND TEXTS WITH FLUENCY AND COMPREHENSION.
A. Concepts About Print  
  1. Match oral words to printed words (e.g., pointing to print as one reads). 1-100 This is the primary mode of instruction in all exercises within the program. Recorded letter sounds, words and sentences must be matched to printed text on the screen.
B. Phonological Awareness (includes phonemic awareness)  
  1. Demonstrate understanding of all sound- symbol relationships. 1-100
1-100
4-100
Letter Sound - screen selection
Letter Sound - keyboard selection
Letter Sound Review
  2. Blend or segment the phonemes of most one-syllable words. 1-100 Word Blending
  4. Merge spoken segments into a word. 1-100
15-100
21-79
Word Blending
Word Families
Word Endings
C. Decoding and Word Recognition  
  1. Identify all consonant sounds in spoken words (including blends such as bl, br; and digraphs such as th, wh). 1-100
1-100
4-100
Letter Sound - screen selection
Letter Sound - keyboard selection
Letter Sound Review
  3. Decode regular one-syllable words and nonsense words (e.g., sit, zot). 1-100
4-100
Word Blending
Word Recognition Review
  4. Use sound-letter correspondence knowledge to sound out unknown words when reading text. 50-100
55-100
80-87
88-96
4-100
Making Sentences
Sentence Dictation
Prefixes
Suffixes
Word Recognition Review
  5. Recognize high frequency words in and out of context. 11-100
14-100
4-100
Sight Words
Spelling Sight Words
Word Recognition Review
  6. Decode unknown words using basic phonetic analysis. 1-100
11-100
14-100
15-100
21-79
50-100
55-100
4-100
Word Blending
Sight Words
Spelling Sight Words
Word Families
Word Endings
Making Sentences
Sentence Dictation
Word Recognition Review
  7. Decode unknown words using context clues. 3-100 Story Reading
D. Fluency  
  2. Begin to read simple text with fluency. 80-87
88-96
Prefixes
Suffixes
E. Reading Strategies (before, during, and after reading)  
  1. Use prior knowledge to make sense of text. 80-87
88-96
Prefixes
Suffixes

STANDARD 3.4 (LISTENING) ALL STUDENTS WILL LISTEN ACTIVELY TO INFORMATION FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES IN A VARIETY OF SITUATIONS.
A. Active Listening  
  1. Listen and respond appropriately to directions. 1-100 All exercises in ClickN READ Phonics require the student to listen, understand and respond to a wide variety of instructions to successfully complete the lessons.
  2. Listen to hear initial, final, and eventually middle sounds in words. 1-25 Beginning, Middle, Ending letter sounds in words
  3. Listen to a familiar text being read to begin tracking print. 3-100 Story Reading - read aloud by the onscreen instructor.
B. Listening Comprehension  
  2. Follow simple oral directions. 1-100 All exercises in ClickN READ Phonics require the student to listen, understand and follow a wide variety of instructions to successfully complete the lessons.
Grade 2

STANDARD 3.1 (READING) ALL STUDENTS WILL UNDERSTAND AND APPLY THE KNOWLEDGE OF SOUNDS, LETTERS, AND WORDS IN WRITTEN ENGLISH TO BECOME INDEPENDENT AND FLUENT READERS, AND WILL READ A VARIETY OF MATERIALS AND TEXTS WITH FLUENCY AND COMPREHENSION.
B. Phonological Awareness (includes phonemic awareness)  
  2. Use knowledge of letter-sound correspondences to sound out unknown words. 50-100
55-100
80-87
88-96
4-100
Making Sentences
Sentence Dictation
Prefixes
Suffixes
Word Recognition Review
C. Decoding and Word Recognition  
  3. Decode regular multisyllable words and parts of words (e.g., capital, Kalamazoo). 50-100
55-100
4-100
Making Sentences
Sentence Dictation
Word Recognition Review
  4. Read many irregularly spelled words and such spelling patterns as diphthongs, special vowel spellings, and common endings. 15-100
21-79
50-100
55-100
4-100
Word Families
Word Endings
Making Sentences
Sentence Dictation
Story Reading
F. Vocabulary and Concept Development  
  2. Know and relate meanings of simple prefixes and suffixes. 80-87
88-96
Prefixes
Suffixes
Grade 3

STANDARD 3.1 (READING) ALL STUDENTS WILL UNDERSTAND AND APPLY THE KNOWLEDGE OF SOUNDS, LETTERS, AND WORDS IN WRITTEN ENGLISH TO BECOME INDEPENDENT AND FLUENT READERS, AND WILL READ A VARIETY OF MATERIALS AND TEXTS WITH FLUENCY AND COMPREHENSION.
B. Phonological Awareness (includes phonemic awareness)  
  1. Demonstrate a sophisticated sense of sound-symbol relationships, including all phonemes (e.g., blends, digraphs, diphthongs). 55-100 Sentence Dictation
C. Decoding and Word Recognition  
  1. Know sounds for a range of prefixes and suffixes (e.g., re-, ex-, -ment, -tion). 80-87
88-96
Prefixes
Suffixes