STANDARD 2.11 The student will maintain legible printing and begin to make the transition to cursive.

 

 

 Prior Knowledge Instructional VocabularyResources 
 

Related SOL’s

 

 

K.11  The student

will print in

manuscript.

a)  Print uppercase and lowercase letters of the alphabet independently.

 

1.12  The student

will print legibly.

a)  Form letters accurately.

b)  Space words within sentences.

 

 

 

Manuscript

 

Cursive

 

 

Trade Books

 

 

 Enhanced Scope and Sequence

 

Cursive Writing Sheets

 

Printing Practice Pages

 

Essential Understandings Essential Questions Essential Knowledge Essential Skills
 

The intent of this standard is that students will begin developing neat, legible handwriting.

Students will learn to print uppercase and lowercase letters of the alphabet.

Students need explicit, direct instruction to learn to form uppercase and lowercase manuscript letters correctly.

Reproducing letters with automatically assists with learning sounds, spelling words and word recognition.

 

Teaching appropriate pencil grip will assist students with printing in manuscript.
  

All students should

·   understand that there are correct ways to write the manuscript letters of the alphabet.

·   understand that their written name provides identification.

understand that printing properly formed letters makes manuscript writing legible.

 

To be successful with this standard, students are expected to

·   use appropriate pencil grip.

·   print upper- and lower-case letters of the alphabet legibly and independently.

·   use manuscript letter formation.

·   use manuscript number formation.

·   form the letters of and space their first and last names.

·   write their first and last names for a variety of purposes.

Capitalize the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I.