What our lesson guides include
Overview: The Reading-ELA Learning Roadmap Grade 2 lesson guide reviews much of what students learned in first grade. Students will learn more about conventions and spelling techniques and rules. They will also progress their literary skills. The first six weeks spotlight ELA areas, and the final four weeks spotlight reading and literacy.
Learn Bright learning roadmaps provide an excellent schedule to follow for teaching our lesson plans to elementary grades. Whether you are a teacher in a classroom or a homeschooler, these outlines will help you keep track of the lessons in all the subjects that you need to teach your students. The reading and ELA roadmaps for all grade levels provide students will a thorough study of language, grammar, writing, and reading.
Using the roadmap for each subject, you can figure out which lessons to teach and when. If you find that your students need extra practice, some roadmaps provide a few additional lesson plans that you can use. Additionally, you can use these lesson of you have spare time to fill. The roadmaps are a guide and are not meant to hold you to a rigid agenda. You can adjust as you wish to meet your specific needs and objectives.
Reading-ELA Learning Roadmap Grade 2
The grade 2 roadmap for reading and ELA builds on the basic skills students learned the previous year. Students will learn more about punctuation and grammar, and writing. In addition, they will study informational texts, research and presentation skills, and diverse literature and genres.
ELA, Punctuation, and Grammar
The first few weeks of every quarter focus on English language arts, punctuation, and grammar. Students will continue their study of grammar and convention rules for standard English. This roadmap includes lessons such as Expanding Sentences, Spell Short “e” Words, All about Adjectives, and Pronouns.
ELA and Writing
Next, students will focus on English language arts and writing in weeks 4-6. These lessons involve developing the skill of research and writing responses to texts. Lessons include Topic Focus for Writing, Research and Report, Story Structure, and Drawing and Writing.
Reading Informational Texts
Finally, the last four weeks of every quarter explore reading and literature. Students will practice learning how to read informational texts. This section includes Fact and Opinion, Library Skills, Asking and Answering Questions, and Choosing a Book.
In addition to these lessons, an extra section focuses on foundational reading skills. You may choose to incorporate some or all of these lessons into the existing schedule.