2nd ELA IXL CCSS Lesson Links

L.2.1

 

L.2.1.a

 

L.2.1.b

Is the noun singular or plural? (2-PP.9)

Form and use irregular plurals (2-PP.10)

 

L.2.1.c

Choose between personal and reflexive pronouns (2-QQ.9)

Use reflexive pronouns (2-QQ.10)

 

L.2.1.d

Form and use the irregular past tense: set 1 (2-TT.8)

Form and use the irregular past tense: set 2 (2-TT.9)

Form and use the irregular past tense: set 3 (2-TT.10)

Form and use the irregular past tense: set 4 (2-TT.11)

To be: use the correct past tense form (2-TT.14)

 

L.2.1.e

Use sense words (2-VV.1)

Choose between adjectives and adverbs (2-VV.8)

Is the word an adjective or adverb? (2-VV.9)

 

L.2.1.f

Is it a complete sentence or a fragment? (2-OO.4)

Is it a complete sentence or a run-on? (2-OO.5)

Is it a complete sentence, a fragment, or a run-on? (2-OO.6)

Unscramble the words to make a complete sentence (2-OO.7)

 

L.2.2

 

L.2.2.a

Capitalizing days, months, and holidays (2-ZZ.2)

Capitalizing the names of places and geographic features (2-ZZ.3)

 

L.2.2.b

Greetings and closings of letters (2-ZZ.6)

 

L.2.2.c

Form the singular or plural possessive (2-PP.12)

Form pronoun-verb contractions (2-XX.2)

Form contractions with "not" (2-XX.3)

Use pronoun-verb contractions (2-XX.4)

Use contractions with "not" (2-XX.5)

 

L.2.2.d

Complete the words with silent letters (2-C.11)

Complete the word with the correct diphthong: oi, oy, ou, ow (2-J.2)

Spell the soft g or soft c word (2-L.4)

Form regular plurals with -s and -es (2-PP.6)

Use regular plurals with -s and -es (2-PP.7)

Form and use the regular past tense (2-TT.3)

Form pronoun-verb contractions (2-XX.2)

Form contractions with "not" (2-XX.3)

Use pronoun-verb contractions (2-XX.4)

Use contractions with "not" (2-XX.5)

 

L.2.2.e

Use guide words (2-NN.4)

 

L.2.3

 

L.2.3.a

L.2.4

 

L.2.4.a

Find synonyms in context (2-HH.2)

Find antonyms in context (2-HH.5)

Use context to identify the meaning of a word (2-MM.1)

 

L.2.4.b

Identify base words, prefixes, and suffixes (2-EE.2)

Determine the meaning of a word with pre-, re-, or mis- (2-EE.3)

Use the prefixes pre-, re-, and mis- (2-EE.4)

 

L.2.4.c

Determine the meaning of a word with -ful or -less (2-EE.5)

Prefixes and suffixes: review (2-EE.6)

 

L.2.4.d

Form and use compound words (2-FF.3)

 

L.2.4.e

Use guide words (2-NN.4)

Use dictionary entries (2-NN.5)

 

L.2.5

 

L.2.5.a

Sort words into categories (2-GG.1)

Multiple-meaning words with pictures (2-JJ.1)

Shades of meaning with pictures (2-KK.1)

Use action verbs (2-RR.1)

Use sense words (2-VV.1)

Does the adjective tell you what kind or how many? (2-VV.2)

Select the best preposition to match the picture (2-WW.1)

 

L.2.5.b

Shades of meaning with pictures (2-KK.1)

Find the words with related meanings (2-KK.2)

Describe the difference between related words (2-KK.3)

Order related words based on meaning (2-KK.4)

 

L.2.6

Form and use compound words (2-FF.3)

Use the correct homophone (2-II.3)

Shades of meaning with pictures (2-KK.1)

Use sense words (2-VV.1)

Select the best preposition to match the picture (2-WW.1)

Select the best preposition to complete the sentence (2-WW.2)

RF.2 Foundational Skills

 

RF.2.3

 

RF.2.3.a

Sort short and long vowel words (2-E.1)

Match the short a and long a words to pictures (2-E.2)

Match the short e and long e words to pictures (2-E.3)

Choose the short i or long i word that matches the picture (2-E.4)

Choose the short o or long o word that matches the picture (2-E.5)

Choose the short u or long u word that matches the picture (2-E.6)

Use spelling patterns to sort long and short vowel words (2-E.7)

 

RF.2.3.b

Choose the picture that matches the vowel team word (2-G.1)

Complete the vowel team words (2-G.2)

Complete the word with the correct vowel team (2-G.3)

Choose the vowel team sentence that matches the picture (2-G.4)

Choose the words with a given long vowel (2-H.1)

Choose the diphthong word that matches the picture (2-J.1)

Complete the word with the correct diphthong: oi, oy, ou, ow (2-J.2)

Choose the diphthong sentence that matches the picture (2-J.3)

Complete words with variant vowels (2-K.1)

 

RF.2.3.c

Complete the two-syllable words (2-M.2)

Complete the sentence with a two-syllable word (2-M.3)

Complete the consonant-l-e words (2-N.1)

 

RF.2.3.d

Identify base words, prefixes, and suffixes (2-EE.2)

Determine the meaning of a word with pre-, re-, or mis- (2-EE.3)

Determine the meaning of a word with -ful or -less (2-EE.5)

Prefixes and suffixes: review (2-EE.6)

 

RF.2.3.e

Complete the words with silent letters (2-C.11)

Use spelling patterns to sort long and short vowel words (2-E.7)

Complete the sentence with the correct -ild, -ind, -old, -olt, or -ost word (2-E.10)

Complete the word with the correct r-controlled vowel: er, ir, ur (2-I.3)

Choose the diphthong word that matches the picture (2-J.1)

Complete words with variant vowels (2-K.1)

Which word has a different vowel sound? (2-K.2)

Sort soft and hard g words and soft and hard c words (2-L.1)

Pick the soft g or soft c word that matches the picture (2-L.2)

Homophones with pictures (2-II.1)

Identify homophones (2-II.2)

 

RF.2.3.f

Choose the sight word that you hear (2-O.1)

Complete the sentence with the correct sight word (2-O.2)

 

RF.2.4

 

RF.2.4.a

Order events in a story (2-P.1)

Choose the picture that matches the setting or character (2-R.1)

Determine the topic and purpose of informational passages (2-S.2)

Read and understand informational passages (2-V.1)

Analyze stories (2-V.2)

Determine the themes of myths, fables, and folktales (2-V.3)

Use text features (2-W.1)

Use context to identify the meaning of a word (2-MM.1)

 

RF.2.4.b

 

RF.2.4.c

Complete the sentence with a three-letter consonant blend word (2-C.10)

Complete the sentence with the correct -ild, -ind, -old, -olt, or -ost word (2-E.10)

Choose the vowel team sentence that matches the picture (2-G.4)

Choose the r-control sentence that matches the picture (2-I.4)

Choose the diphthong sentence that matches the picture (2-J.3)

Choose the soft g or soft c sentence that matches the picture (2-L.3)

Complete the sentence with a two-syllable word (2-M.3)

Complete the sentence with the correct sight word (2-O.2)

Use context to identify the meaning of a word (2-MM.1)

Use action verbs (2-RR.1)

Use sense words (2-VV.1)

RI.2 Reading: Informational Text

 

RI.2.1

Read and understand informational passages (2-V.1)

 

RI.2.2

Determine the topic and purpose of informational passages (2-S.2)

 

RI.2.3

 

RI.2.4

Find synonyms in context (2-HH.2)

Find antonyms in context (2-HH.5)

Use context to identify the meaning of a word (2-MM.1)

 

RI.2.5

Use text features (2-W.1)

Use guide words (2-NN.4)

Use dictionary entries (2-NN.5)

 

RI.2.6

Identify the purpose of a text (2-S.1)

Determine the topic and purpose of informational passages (2-S.2)

Choose the text that matches the writer's purpose (2-AA.1)

 

RI.2.7

 

RI.2.8

Determine the topic and purpose of informational passages (2-S.2)

 

RI.2.9

Compare and contrast in informational passages (2-U.1)

 

RI.2.10

Determine the topic and purpose of informational passages (2-S.2)

Read and understand informational passages (2-V.1)

 

RL.2 Literature

 

RL.2.1

Analyze stories (2-V.2)

 

RL.2.2

Determine the themes of myths, fables, and folktales (2-V.3)

 

RL.2.3

Analyze stories (2-V.2)

 

RL.2.4

Choose the picture that rhymes with the word (2-B.1)

Which word does not rhyme? (2-B.2)

Complete the rhyme (2-B.3)

Complete the poem with a word that rhymes (2-B.4)

 

RL.2.5

Order events in a story (2-P.1)

Match each effect to its cause (2-T.1)

Match each cause to its effect (2-T.2)

 

RL.2.6

 

RL.2.7

Use actions and dialogue to understand characters (2-Q.2)

Choose the picture that matches the setting or character (2-R.1)

Analyze stories (2-V.2)

 

RL.2.9

 

RL.2.10

Complete the poem with a word that rhymes (2-B.4)

Order events in a story (2-P.1)

Choose the picture that matches the setting or character (2-R.1)

Analyze stories (2-V.2)

Determine the themes of myths, fables, and folktales (2-V.3)

 

W.2 Writing

 

W.2.1

Use conjunctions (2-Z.1)

Use subordinating conjunctions (2-Z.2)

Use linking words to complete a passage (2-Z.5)

Complete the fact and opinion sentences (2-BB.1)

Complete the opinion passage with an example (2-BB.2)

Complete the opinion passage with a reason (2-BB.3)

Complete the opinion-reason-example table (2-BB.4)

 

W.2.2

Select the detail that does not support the topic sentence (2-Y.1)

Choose topic sentences for expository paragraphs (2-Y.3)

 

W.2.3

Use actions and dialogue to understand characters (2-Q.2)

Put the sentences in order (2-X.1)

Choose topic sentences for narrative paragraphs (2-Y.2)

Use time-order words (2-Z.4)

Choose the sensory details that match the picture (2-CC.1)

Add descriptive details to sentences (2-CC.2)

Revise the sentence using a stronger verb (2-CC.3)

Insert dialogue into a story (2-CC.4)

Use sense words (2-VV.1)

 

W.2.5

Select the detail that does not support the topic sentence (2-Y.1)

Add descriptive details to sentences (2-CC.2)

Revise the sentence using a stronger verb (2-CC.3)

Combine sentences: subjects (2-DD.1)

Combine sentences: predicates (2-DD.2)

Combine sentences: subjects and predicates (2-DD.3)

Rewrite sentences using introductory elements (2-DD.4)

Is it a complete sentence, a fragment, or a run-on? (2-OO.6)

Identify and correct errors with plural and possessive nouns (2-PP.13)

Commas: review (2-YY.4)

Capitalization: review (2-ZZ.4)

 

W.2.6

 

W.2.7

 

W.2.8