Standard 1: Learning and Applying Foundational Reading Skills

General Information
Number: ELA.K.F.1
Title: Learning and Applying Foundational Reading Skills
Type: Standard
Subject: English Language Arts (B.E.S.T. - Effective starting 2021-2022)
Grade: K
Strand: Foundational Skills

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Related Access Points

This cluster includes the following access points.

Access Points

ELA.K.F.1.AP.1a
Identify a printed word.
ELA.K.F.1.AP.1b
Distinguish letters from words.
ELA.K.F.1.AP.1c
Match print to receptive language to demonstrate that language is represented by print.
ELA.K.F.1.AP.1d
Identify parts of a book (front cover, back cover, title page) with a model.
ELA.K.F.1.AP.1e
Move left to right on the printed page.
ELA.K.F.1.AP.1f
Identify upper- and lowercase letters of the alphabet.
ELA.K.F.1.AP.1g

Recognize that print conveys specific meaning and pictures may support meaning.


ELA.K.F.1.AP.2a
Blend and segment syllables in spoken words.
ELA.K.F.1.AP.2b
Identify and produce alliterative and rhyming words.
ELA.K.F.1.AP.2c
Blend and segment onset and rimes of single-syllable words.
ELA.K.F.1.AP.2d
Identify the initial, medial and final sound of spoken words.
ELA.K.F.1.AP.2e
Add or delete phonemes at the beginning or end of a spoken word and produce the resulting word using the student’s mode of communication.

ELA.K.F.1.AP.2f
Segment and blend phonemes in single-syllable spoken words.
ELA.K.F.1.AP.3a
Demonstrate knowledge of the most frequent sound for consonants.
ELA.K.F.1.AP.3b
Demonstrate knowledge of the short and long sounds for the five major vowels.
ELA.K.F.1.AP.3c
Decode consonant-vowel-consonant (CVC) words.
ELA.K.F.1.AP.3d
Encode consonant-vowel-consonant (CVC) words.
ELA.K.F.1.AP.4
Recognize and read high frequency words.

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