2.RC.V.2 Regularly engage in reading and listening to a series of texts, independently, with peers, or with modest support related to the topics and themes being studied to build knowledge and vocabulary.
2.RC.TE Textual Evidence
2.RC.TE.3 Ask and answer such questions as who, what, where, when, why, and how to demonstrate understanding of key details in grade-level texts heard or read.
2.RS.IP Inquiry Process to Build, Present, and Use Knowledge
2.RS.IP.1 With support as needed, conduct short research tasks to take some action or make informal presentations by gathering information from experiences and provided sources (including read alouds), and organizing information using graphic organizers or other aids.
2.RS.DR.2 Read or listen to a series of texts organized around a variety of conceptually related topics to build knowledge about the world. (These texts should be at a range of complexity levels so students can read the texts independently, with peers, or with modest support.)
2.W.RW.1 Develop flexibility in writing by routinely engaging in the production of writing shorter and longer pieces for a range of tasks, purposes, and audiences. This could include reflections, descriptions, letters, and poetry, etc.