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					                                                              Treasures Curriculum Matrix
                                                                                                            Grade 5


                                                                                                                      Comprehension        Comprehension
Week      Weekly Theme      Main Selection             Leveled Texts              Phonics/Spelling Skill                                                                  Fluency             Vocabulary
                                                                                                                         Strategy              Skill

Grade 5 Unit 1
     1 School Contests    Miss Alaineus            Realistic                    Short Vowels a, e, i, o, u (include Story Structure      Character and Plot     L/O: Proper Phrasing:   slumped, soggy, capable,
                          Genre: Realistic         A-What's the Buzz About      variant vowel patterns e—ea                              Tell the beginning, middle Pauses and          categories, strands,
                          Fiction                  the Geography Bee?           thread, u—shove, rough;                                  and end of the story and    Intonation         gigantic, credit, luminous
                                                   O-Nadia Gomez Sees the       i—rhythm, myth, ea for e) L/O:                           identify main characters,
                                                   Light                        With a partner, read words and                           record on a graphic
                                                   B-Car Wash Chronicles        match with the correct vowel                             organizer.     ELD 3.2.4
                                                   ELL- Nadia's Project         sound.       ELD 3.1.3

     2 American Legends   Davy Crockett Saves      Legend                       Long Vowels ai, ay, ee, ea, igh,    Story Structure      Plot and Setting        L/O: Echo Reading:     original, wring,
                          the World                A-Sluefoot Sue: An           oa, ow, Vce (vowel-consonant-                            Describe the setting of the Punctuation        advertisement,
                          Genre: Tall Tale         American Legend              silent e)                                                story to a partner, record                     commenced, fireball,
                                                   O-Johnny Appleseed: An                                                                this information on your                       impress, elected,
                                                   American Legend                                                                       story map.                                     sauntered
                                                   B-Old Stormalong: An                                                                  ELD 3.2.4                                      L/O: On a vocabulary card,
                                                   American Legend                                                                                                                      write and illustrate each
                                                   ELL- The Story of Johnny                                                                                                             word. Read with a partner.
                                                   Appleseed                                                                                                                            ELD 3.1.5


     3 Trees for life     Forests of the World--   Nonfiction                   Words with /ü/[loon], /u/ [ mule], Text Structure        Compare and Contrast        Echo Reading:      quest, settings, reduce,
                          TFK                      A-Partners: Endangered       /u/ [book]                                               L/O: Share similarities and Pronunciation      buffet, major
                          Genre: Nonfiction        Animals and Their Habitats   L/O: With a partner, read words                          differences between the
                          Article                  O-The Survival of Muir       aloud and sort word cards                                two types of forests. Write
                                                   Woods                        according to vowel sound. Record                         on the Venn Diagram.
                                                   B-Wildfire!                  your findings on a chart. ELD:                           ELD 3.1.2
                                                   ELL- The Muir Woods          3.1.3




     4 Exploring Space    Ultimate Field Trip 5:   Nonfiction                   Words with /är/, /âr/, /ôr/ r-      Generate Questions   Summarize               L/O: Choral Reading:   mission, disasters,
                          Blasting Off to Space    A-On the Moon                controlled vowels ar (car), air                          With a partner read          Pronunciation     environment, zone, gravity,
                          Academy                  O-Mission to Mars            (care), or (core)                                        selected passages working                      maze, adjusted, function
                          Genre: Nonfiction        B-Space Station 7/12/2005                                                             together to retell the main                    L/O: With a partner, read
                                                   ELL- Going to Mars                                                                    ideas to summarize.                            each word and create a
                                                                                                                                         ELD 3.2.2                                      meaningful action to
                                                                                                                                                                                        present for the group to
                                                                                                                                                                                        orally guess. ELD 3.2.3




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                                                                     Treasures Curriculum Matrix
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                                                                                                                                                                                                         Paired
                                                                                                                                                        Grammar             Paired Selection                                Paired
 Study Strategy         Study Skill        Writing Mode        Writing Form          Writing Trait    Writing Details Grammar Skill                                                                     Selection
                                                                                                                                                       Mech./Usage                Title                                 Selection Skill
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Strategy

Text Feature          Photos and         Personal Narrative   With your group       Organization     Topic sentence and       Sentence Types          End punctuation (.,?!) The National Spelling   Text Feature       Photos and Captions
                      Captions                                discuss times you                      supporting details                               and capital letter for Bee              Genre:
                                                              worked with others                                                                      first word             Nonfiction Article
                                                              to achieve a goal
                                                              and write a list.
                                                              ELD 4.1.1


Text Feature          Toolbar and Link   Personal Narrative   Personal              Voice            Show your feelings       Subjects and            Using commas in      The Tales Are Getting  Text Feature          Toolbar and Link
                                                              Narrative—how a                                                 Predicates (simple,     series: apples,      Taller          Genre:
                                                              real-life hero                                                  complete,               oranges, and         Online Article
                                                              inspired/influenced                                             compound) L/O:          bananas
                                                              the writer                                                      Listen to various
                                                                                                                              sentence types and
                                                                                                                              state either "simple"
                                                                                                                              or "fragment."
                                                                                                                              ELD 4.3.2


SS: Study Skill TP:   SS: Using the      WW: Expository TP:   WW: Brochure TP: TP: Sentence          TP: Vary Kinds of        Sentence                Sentence           The Science of Wildfires Study Skill           Using the Library,
Right There           Library, Media     Extended Response to Extended Response Fluency              Sentences Used           Combining               Punctuation: using (Test Prep)      Genre:                        Media Center
                      Center TP: Look    Literature                                                                           (conjunctions and       commas in          Nonfiction Article
                      for Key Words                                                                                           compound                compound sentences
                                                                                                                              sentences) L/O:
                                                                                                                              Read a series of
                                                                                                                              simple sentences
                                                                                                                              and rewrite using
                                                                                                                              conjunctions and
                                                                                                                              commas. ELD 4.3.4
Literary Elements     Rhyme Scheme       Personal Narrative   Friendly Letter       Word Choice      Use precise words        More Sentence           Using proper         I'm Building a Rocket    Literary Elements   Rhyme Scheme and
                      and Rhythm                              (about an                                                       Combining               punctuation while    Genre: Poetry (Simple                        Rhythm
                                                              experience)      L/O:                                           (complex                writing a letter     Poem)
                                                              Write a letter about                                            sentences)              (capitals and
                                                              an exciting, personal                                                                   commas)
                                                              experience. Share
                                                              with the class.
                                                              ELD 4.2.1




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                                                          Treasures Curriculum Matrix
                                                                                                     Grade 5


                                                                                                               Comprehension                Comprehension
Week     Weekly Theme     Main Selection           Leveled Texts          Phonics/Spelling Skill                                                                              Fluency                  Vocabulary
                                                                                                                  Strategy                      Skill
    5 5 Unit 1
Grade Rescue Dogs       Pipiolo and the Roof   Realistic                Words with /ûr/, /îr/ r-controlled   Generate Questions L/O:      Cause and Effect L/O:          Echo Reading:            variety, transformed,
                        Dogs                   A-It's Fun When Sam      vowels, ur (fur), ear (fear)         Read the selection,          Reread the selection, and      Tempo                    celebration, moistened,
                        Genre: Fantasy         Listens                                                       generate five questions      write what happens in the      L/O: In small groups,    fragrance, cooperation,
                                               O-The Wag Brigade                                             about the text. Trade with   story (the effect). In small   reread orally as         canceled, theory
                                               B-Rusty to the Rescue!                                        a partner and discuss        groups, determine and          modeled by instructor.
                                               ELL- Mai and Fred                                             responses.            ELD    record its cause.              ELD 3.1.7
                                                                                                             2.1.1                        ELD 3.1.2




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                                                                                                                                                                                              Paired
                                                                                                                                                 Grammar             Paired Selection                        Paired
Study Strategy     Study Skill         Writing Mode        Writing Form          Writing Trait       Writing Details Grammar Skill                                                           Selection
                                                                                                                                                Mech./Usage                Title                         Selection Skill
                                                                                                                                                                                             Strategy
Text Feature     Charts (different   Personal Narrative   Journal about an      Ideas and Content Elaborate by adding       Run-on Sentences   Correcting run-ons   Doggone Work Genre: Text Feature     Charts (different
                 breeds and their                         experience relating                     details that describe,                       and fragments        Nonfiction Article                   breeds and their
                 adaptations)                             to an animal                            explain, or give                                                                                       adaptations)
                                                                                                  examples




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                                                                     Treasures Curriculum Matrix
                                                                                                               Grade 5


                                                                                                                         Comprehension             Comprehension
Week      Weekly Theme            Main Selection             Leveled Texts             Phonics/Spelling Skill                                                                    Fluency             Vocabulary
                                                                                                                            Strategy                   Skill

Grade 5 Unit 1
             2
     1 People Helping Animals   Shiloh                   Informational                Compound Words L/O:                Monitor Comprehension   Make Inferences            Choral Reading:    injury, mournful, sympathy,
                                Genre: Realistic         A-The Habits of Rabbits      Read spelling list and choose ten                                                     Punctuation        delivering, slurp, shrieks,
                                Fiction                  O-The Elephant in the        compound words. Write the word                                                                           decency, bulletin board
                                                         Room                         parts on index cards. Pair the
                                                         B-Black Bear's Backyard      word parts in a matching activity.
                                                         ELL- Elephants in Africa     ELD: 3.1.5




     2 Slithery Snakes!         Rattler's                Nonfiction                   Plurals (endings -s and -es, no    Summarize               Main Idea and Details      Echo Reading:      species, survive, alert,
                                Genre: Nonfiction        A-Giants of the Snake        change in spelling, and change y                                                      Punctuation        vibrates, surroundings,
                                Article                  World                        to i)                         L/O:                                                                       prey, predators, lunging
                                                         O-Sea Snakes                 Given the singular form of ten
                                                         B-Alien: The Brown Tree      spelling words, generate the
                                                         Snake Story                  plural version of the word. Write
                                                         ELL- Snakes and the Sea      each form on chart paper.
                                                                                      ELD 4.3.1

     3 Remembering the Past     Maya Lin: Architect of   Nonfiction                   Inflected Endings –ed and –ing     Summarize               Main Idea and Details       Choral Reading:   dedicated, equality,
                                Memory--TFK              A-The Oregon Trail:          (double the final consonant:                               L/O: Read the story with a Pronunciation      artifacts, exhibits, site
                                Genre: Nonfiction        Westward Ho!                 wrapping, grinning; change y to i:                         partner. Create a story web
                                Article                  O-Ellis Island: The Golden   hurried, hurrying; drop final e:                           identifying the main idea
                                                         Doors                        saving, joking)                                            and supporting details for
                                                         B-The Erie Canal: Low                                                                   the selection.
                                                         Bridge, Everybody Down!                                                                 ELD 3.2.2
                                                         ELL- Ellis Island




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                                                                             Treasures Curriculum Matrix
                                                                                                                    Grade 5

                                                                                                                                                                                                           Paired
                                                                                                                                                            Grammar              Paired Selection                            Paired
 Study Strategy         Study Skill           Writing Mode             Writing Form        Writing Trait    Writing Details Grammar Skill                                                                 Selection
                                                                                                                                                           Mech./Usage                 Title                             Selection Skill
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Strategy

Text Feature          Photos and           Persuasive                 Radio/TV Ad (kid-   Word Choice      Connotations; choose Common and               Capitalizing proper    Love at First Sight   Text Feature       Photos and Captions
                      Captions        L/O:                            sponsored event)                     words that will appeal Proper Nouns           nouns                  Genre: Nonfiction
                      Reread the text                                                                      to your audience       (days, months, and                            Article
                      and choose a                                                                                                holidays) L/O: As a
                      scene to Illustrate.                                                                                        class, generate a list
                      Draw a picture and                                                                                          of nouns for a word
                      write a caption to                                                                                          wall, identifying
                      enhance                                                                                                     proper vs. common
                      understanding for                                                                                           nouns. ELD: 4.3.3
                      the reader.
                      ELD 3.1.2


Literary Elements     Hero and              Persuasive L/O:           Letter to the Editor Voice           Choose a topic you      Singular and Plural   Using proper           How Poison Came into Literary Elements   Hero and
                      Personification       Write a letter to         (dangerous animals                   feel strongly about and Nouns (adding -es,    punctuation in writing the World     Genre:                     Personification
                      L/O:                  persuade your             have their good                      include personal        y to i)               a formal letter;       Legends
                      Personify a snake     principal to allow pets   points)                              opinions                                      include abbreviations
                      and write about a     in school. Read your                                                                                         of people's titles,
                      day in your life.     letter to a partner.                                                                                         dates, and states
                      Read your story to    ELD 4.1.1
                      the class.      ELD
                      2.1.4
SS: Study Skill TP:   SS: Using the         WW: Expository TP:    WW: Article TP: One- TP: Organization    TP: Beginning, Middle, More Plural Nouns      Using correct plural   A Salute to Service   Study Skill        Using the Internet
Author and Me         Internet (online      Personal Narrative    page Story                               Conclusion; Focus on                          forms                  Women (Test Prep)                        L/O: Research a
                      searches, search      L/O: Brainstorm ideas                                          Middle                                                               Genre: Nonfiction                        national monument.
                      engines,              for a national                                                                                                                      Article                                  Write three
                      databases,            monument. Choose                                                                                                                                                             interesting facts to
                      evaluating            one. Write an                                                                                                                                                                orally present to the
                      sources) TP: Think    expository essay                                                                                                                                                             class. ELD: 2.1.4
                      About the Whole       explaining the
                      Passage               monument.
                                            ELD 4.2.2




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                                                                                                          Grade 5


                                                                                                                    Comprehension           Comprehension
Week      Weekly Theme          Main Selection            Leveled Texts            Phonics/Spelling Skill                                                             Fluency                Vocabulary
                                                                                                                       Strategy                 Skill
    4 5 Unit 1
Grade The Caribbean Islands   The Night of San Juan   Realistic                  Words with /ô/, /ou/, /oi/        Summarize              Problem and Solution   Phrasing: Pauses and  forbidden, reluctant,
                              Genre: Fiction          A-Nothing is Impossible    (ambiguous vowels au, aw, ough,                                                 Intonation        L/O:gossiped, irresistible,
                                                      O-Where We Belong          augh –haul, straw, thought                                                      Listen and follow     elegant, blared,
                                                      B-All or Nothing           daughter, and ou (mountain) , oy,                                               along as the selectionmischievous, hesitation
                                                      ELL- The Family Farm       oi , (loyal, boiling)                                                           is read on the CD.    L/O: Read each of the
                                                                                                                                                                 Reread the passage    vocabulary word cards.
                                                                                                                                                                 aloud, mimicking the  Write a synonym for each
                                                                                                                                                                 reader's fluency.     word. Read the synonyms
                                                                                                                                                                 ELD 3.1.7             to partner.             ELD
                                                                                                                                                                                       3.1.6
      5 Cowboys & Cowgirls    Black Cowboy Wild       Biography                VCCV Pattern (Closed syllable      Monitor Comprehension   Make Inferences        Echo Reading:         vastness, enthusiasm,
                              Horses: A True Story    A-Nat Love: A Man of the with doublet and with different                                                   Expression, Phrasing, horizon, ravine, presence,
                              Genre: Biography        Old and New West         consonants)                                                                       Tempo                 swerved, flickered,
                                                      O-Alice Greenough: A                                                                                                             suspended
                                                      New Woman of the Old
                                                      West
                                                      B-William F. Cody:
                                                      Showman of the Old West
                                                      ELL- Cowgirl Alice
                                                      Greenough




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                                                                                                       Grade 5

                                                                                                                                                                                                   Paired
                                                                                                                                              Grammar                Paired Selection                                  Paired
Study Strategy         Study Skill      Writing Mode    Writing Form       Writing Trait       Writing Details Grammar Skill                                                                      Selection
                                                                                                                                             Mech./Usage                   Title                                   Selection Skill
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Strategy
Text Feature          Charts          Persuasive       Point of View      Ideas               Think about your         Possessive Nouns    Plural and               Islands of the Caribbean Text Feature          Charts
L/O: Preview the                                       (persuasive essay                      audience as you                              possessive nouns:        Genre: Almanac Entry
selection. Record                                      —why your                              choose ideas to                              Adding -s and
questions and write a                                  hometown is a good                     emphasize                                    apostrophe s when
prediction.                                            place to live)                                                                      needed
ELD 2.1.1




Literary Elements    Repetition and   Persuasive       Review for TV Show, Sentence Fluency   Use sentences that      Plurals and          Titles: underlining,     Home on the Range          Literary Elements   Repetition and
                     Assonance                         Movie, Book L/O:                       begin in different ways Possessives          capitalizing and using   Genre: Song Lyrics                             Assonance
                                                       Write a review                                                 L/O: As a small      quotation marks          L/O: Listen and follow
                                                       describing your                                                group, write         when writing titles      along with the lyrics as
                                                       opinion about a                                                sentences using                               the song is played. Make
                                                       recent media event.                                            plural possessives                            inferences as to what life
                                                       ELD 4.2.2                                                      and nouns.                                    was like "on the range"
                                                                                                                      ELD 4.3.4                                     and record in your
                                                                                                                                                                    notebook.            ELD
                                                                                                                                                                    3.2.3




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                                                                                                           Grade 5


                                                                                                                     Comprehension         Comprehension
Week      Weekly Theme          Main Selection            Leveled Texts               Phonics/Spelling Skill                                                              Fluency            Vocabulary
                                                                                                                        Strategy               Skill

Grade 5 Unit 1
             3
     1 The American Revolution Sleds on Boston        Nonfiction                    V/CV and VC/V Patterns (hu/mid Make Inferences and   Draw Conclusions           Proper Phrasing:   navigation, instruct,
                               Common: A Story from   A-The Battle of Saratoga      and cab/in)              L/O: Use Analyze            L/O: Read the main         Pauses             swagger, patriots, tyrant,
                               the American           O-The Shot Heard Around       a magazine to go on a word hunt,                     selection. Analyze and                        stark, governor, spunk
                               Revolution             the World                     searching for words following the                    draw conclusions based
                               Genre: Historical      B-The Battle of Bunker Hill   V/CV and VC/V spelling patterns.                     upon what you have read.
                               Fiction                ELL- The American             Cut and paste your findings. Read                    Cite evidence to support
                                                      Revolution Begins!            your words to the class.                             your conclusions.      ELD
                                                                                    ELD 2.1.2                                            3.2.3

     2 The Right to Vote      When Esther Morris      Nonfiction                    V/V Pattern (create)           Evaluate              Fact and Opinion             Echo Reading:    representative, colonel,
                              Headed West             A-Let's Vote                                                                       L/O: Read through a          Pronunciation    attorney, qualify, postpone,
                              Genre: Biography        O-How Women Got the                                                                variety of statements with                    submit, legislator,
                                                      Vote                                                                               your partner. Identify which                  satisfactory
                                                      B-History of African                                                               are facts or opinions.
                                                      American Voting Rights                                                             Compare with another
                                                      ELL- The Right to Vote                                                             group.                 ELD
                                                                                                                                         1.1.2



     3 Protecting the         Beyond the Horizon--    Informational             VCCCV Pattern (laughter,           Evaluate              Fact and Opinion           Proper Phrasing:   humanity, inevitable,
       Environment            TFK                     A-Garbage: Where Does It pilgrim, complain)                                                                   Pauses             unheeded, enlightened,
                              Genre: Nonfiction       Go?                                                                                                                              prevailing
                              Article                 O-Animals in the                                                                                                                 L/O: Read the vocabulary
                                                      Neighborhood                                                                                                                     cards. Circle the prefix and
                                                      B-Farming for the Future:                                                                                                        write the meaning.
                                                      How Do We Feed                                                                                                                   ELD 3.1.5
                                                      Ourselves?
                                                      ELL- Our Animal Neighbors




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                                                                                                               Grade 5

                                                                                                                                                                                                       Paired
                                                                                                                                                 Grammar              Paired Selection                                    Paired
 Study Strategy         Study Skill          Writing Mode         Writing Form       Writing Trait      Writing Details Grammar Skill                                                                 Selection
                                                                                                                                                Mech./Usage                 Title                                     Selection Skill
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Strategy

Literary Elements     Meter and            Fictional Narrative   Character Sketch    Voice             Choose a voice that    Action Verbs     Subject-verb          Paul Revere's Ride           Literary Elements   Meter and Alliteration
                      Alliteration                               (use point of view:                   sounds like the person                  agreement             Genre: Poetry
                                                                 first person                          who is the narrator                                           (Narrative)
                                                                 description of                                                                                      L/O: With a partner,
                                                                 character or one                                                                                    practice meter and
                                                                 character describes                                                                                 alliteration as you orally
                                                                 another)                                                                                            read the poem.
                                                                                                                                                                     ELD: 3.1.7

Text Feature          Time Line            Poem                  Poem               Word Choice        Use strong verbs        Verb Tenses     Capitalization and    Suffrage for Women           Text Feature        Time Line
                                                                                                       L/O: Use a piece of                     Punctuation in poetry Genre: Textbooks                                 L/O: Reread the text
                                                                                                       writing from your                                                                                              and record important
                                                                                                       journal, circle five                                                                                           facts and dates.
                                                                                                       verbs. Use a thesaurus                                                                                         Organize the
                                                                                                       to replace them with a                                                                                         information and write
                                                                                                       stronger choice. Write                                                                                         a timeline.    ELD
                                                                                                       them into your finished                                                                                        3.1.2
                                                                                                       piece. ELD 4.3.4

SS: Study Skill TP:   SS: Study            WW: Expository TP:    WW: Article TP:    TP: Organization   TP: Thesis Statement Main and Helping   Contractions             Keeping the Wilderness Study Skill            Study Strategies
Think and Search      Strategies           Persuasive Essay      Opinion Essay                         and Supporting Details Verbs            L/O: Read a word         Wild (Test Prep) Genre:                       (skimming, scanning,
                      (skimming,           L/O: Write an essay                                                                                 card, talk with your     Nonfiction Article                            etc.)
                      scanning,            persuading your                                                                                     classmates and find
                      etc.) TP: Look for   classmates about what                                                                               matching word cards
                      Information          they can do to help                                                                                 to create a
                                           preserve the                                                                                        contraction triad. (i.e.
                                           environment. Read                                                                                   can, not, can't) ELD
                                           your essay to a small                                                                               2.1.2
                                           group.
                                           ELD 4.2.2




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                                                                                                        Grade 5


                                                                                                                  Comprehension         Comprehension
Week       Weekly Theme    Main Selection           Leveled Texts              Phonics/Spelling Skill                                                             Fluency                 Vocabulary
                                                                                                                     Strategy               Skill
    4 5 Unit 1
Grade Desert Habitats     My Great-             Nonfiction                   Accented Syllables vowel patterns Make Inferences and    Compare and Contrast   Choral Reading:         brimming, gushed,
                          Grandmother's Gourd   A-Atacama Desert: The        in accented syllables (beyond,    Analyze                                       Tempo                   landscape, scorching,
                          Genre: Realistic      Driest Place on Earth        lonely, toaster)        L/O: Read                                               L/O: In small groups,   parched, scrawny, gnarled
                          Fiction               O-Where Two Deserts Meet     the spelling words and mark                                                     read the vocabulary     L/O: Read the list of
                                                B-The Gobi Desert            syllable breaks in each word.                                                   selection chorally.     vocabulary words. With a
                                                ELL- Two Different Deserts   Compare with a partner.                                                         ELD 3.1.7               partner, write a list of
                                                                             ELD 3.1.4                                                                                               nouns that can be
                                                                                                                                                                                     described with each word.
                                                                                                                                                                                     Read the nouns to a
                                                                                                                                                                                     partner.
                                                                                                                                                                                     ELD 4.3.4

      5 Into the Future   Zathura: A Space      Fantasy                      Final /schwa-r/ final unaccented   Make Inferences and   Draw Conclusions       Echo Reading:         robot, defective, meteor,
                          Adventure             A-Return to Planet Weird     syllables with schwa, er, ar, or   Analyze                                      Punctuation           rotated, staggered,
                          Genre: Science        O-Me, Robot?                 (beggar, barber, actor)                                                         L/O: With a partner,  reversed, dangling, tokens
                          Fiction               B-The Terrarium                                                                                              read various
                                                ELL- The Prize                                                                                               sentences from the
                                                                                                                                                             story multiple times
                                                                                                                                                             emphasizing different
                                                                                                                                                             parts.
                                                                                                                                                             ELD 4.3.3




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                                                                                                                                                                                            Paired
                                                                                                                                           Grammar               Paired Selection                          Paired
Study Strategy     Study Skill       Writing Mode         Writing Form        Writing Trait    Writing Details Grammar Skill                                                               Selection
                                                                                                                                          Mech./Usage                  Title                           Selection Skill
                                                                                                                                                                                           Strategy
Text Feature     Process Diagram   Fictional Narrative   Dialogue (between   Conventions      Punctuating dialogue     Linking Verbs     Quotations: using   More Than Sand Genre: Text Feature        Process Diagram
                 (water cycle                            two characters)                      correctly                                  quotation marks and Nonfiction Article                        (water cycle
                 diagram)                                                                                                                punctuation for                                               diagram)
                                                                                                                                         dialogue




Text Feature     Headline and      Fictional Narrative    Diary (of fictional Ideas           Elaborate by putting     Irregular Verbs   Correct verb usage     Robots Today and        Text Feature   Headline and Byline
                 Byline            L/O: Read the story,   character about one                 yourself into your                         L/O: Write a           Tomorrow       Genre:
                                   write a new adventure event in a story)                    character’s skin                           sentence template,     Newspaper Article
                                   to fit into the story.                                                                                omitting the verb.
                                   ELD: 4.2.1                                                                                            Trade with a partner
                                                                                                                                         and discuss the
                                                                                                                                         missing verb.
                                                                                                                                         ELD 4.3.4




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                                                                                                                        Comprehension     Comprehension
Week      Weekly Theme     Main Selection             Leveled Texts                 Phonics/Spelling Skill                                                                Fluency             Vocabulary
                                                                                                                           Strategy           Skill

Grade 5 Unit 1
             4
     1 Civil Rights      Goin' Someplace          Realistic                       Final /schwa-l/ and /schwa-n/ final Story Structure   Character and Setting: L/O: Echo Reading:       scald, permission,
                         Special                  A-The Way It Should Be          unaccented syllables with schwa-                      Read the selection with a Punctuation           autograph, fare, blurted,
                         Genre: Historical        O-Gramma's Garden               l, el, le (angel, bottle, able) and                   partner Identify the                            clenched, chisel,
                         Fiction                  B-Sandy's Song                  schwa-n—en, in, an, on, ain,                          character and setting and                       spectacular
                                                  ELL-                            (sharpen, basin, captain, bacon,                      write them on a story map
                                                                                  human, )                                              ELD 3.2.4




     2 Animal Defenses   Carlos and the Skunk     Nonfiction                      More Accented Syllables (less      Evaluate           Author’s Purpose         L/O: Choral Reading:   glimpse, secluded,
                         Genre: Realistic         A-Survival Instincts:           familiar an ambiguous vowels in                       State the four basic          Intonation        behavior, arroyo, arousing,
                         Fiction                  Mammals                         accented syllables— fountain,                         reasons for/purposes for                        stun, nestled, unpleasant
                                                  O-Survival Instincts:           powder)                                               writing to your partner,
                                                  Reptiles                                                                              listen to a short story,
                                                  B-Survival Instincts: Insects                                                         share the author's purpose
                                                  ELL-                                                                                  for this selection ELD
                                                                                                                                        1.1.2, 2.1.2

     3 Democracy         Getting Out the Vote--   Nonfiction                   Accented Syllables in              Evaluate              Make Generalizations         Proper Phrasing:   compelled, presidential,
                         TFK                      A-Coming In Third            Homographs (pres ent , pre sent)                         L/O: Read the article with a Pauses             disrespectful,
                         Genre: Nonfiction        O-Political Debates: Lincoln L/O: Listen to exaggerated                               partner, state the                              unenthusiastically,
                         Article                  versus Douglas               accented syllable, repeat back the                       generalizations from the                        succeed, preoccupy
                                                  B-The Constitutional         exaggerated accented syllable                            article.    ELD 3.1.1
                                                  Convention                   word ELD 3.1.4
                                                  ELL-




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                                                                                                                                                                                                            Paired
                                                                                                                                                          Grammar              Paired Selection                            Paired
Study Strategy          Study Skill         Writing Mode          Writing Form      Writing Trait      Writing Details Grammar Skill                                                                       Selection
                                                                                                                                                         Mech./Usage                 Title                             Selection Skill
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Strategy

Text Feature          Time Line          Expository              News Article      Organization       The lead tells the most    Pronouns and          Pronoun-antecedent Through My Eyes              Text Feature    Time Line
                                                                 (Research)                           important fact,            Antecedents      L/O: agreement
                                                                                                      followed by details        Listen to a series of
                                                                                                      telling when, where,       nouns and
                                                                                                      why                 L/O:   pronouns, write the
                                                                                                      Read several articles      pronouns as you
                                                                                                      paying attention to        hear them.       ELD
                                                                                                      leads, tell your partner   4.3.4
                                                                                                      the new leads, write
                                                                                                      the new lead for two
                                                                                                      articles, ELD 4.1.1

Text Feature          Deck and           Expository              Scientific        Word Choice        Use precise words;         Subject and Object    Proper use of subject Animal Self-Defense       Text Feature    Deck and Headings
                      Headings                                   Observation                          don't show emotions        Pronouns              and object pronouns
                                                                                                      L/O: Describe an           L/O: Listen to the
                                                                                                      animal to your partner     pronouns in the
                                                                                                      while your partner         sentence, list the
                                                                                                      writes a list of sensory   pronouns, tell your
                                                                                                      words based on your        partner if they are
                                                                                                      description ELD 2.1.2      object or subject.
                                                                                                                                 ELD 4.3.4
SS: Study Skill TP:   SS: Parts of a       WW: Expository TP:    WW: Article TP:   TP: Organization   TP: Conflict and           Pronoun-Verb          Correct use of         Welcome to Russia (Test Study Skill      Parts of a Book
On My Own             Book (title page,    Fictional Narrative   One-page Story                       Resolution                 Agreement             abbreviations          Prep)
                      TOC, chapter titles,                                                                                                             L/O: Write the
                      index, glossary,                                                                                                                 abbreviation for a
                      etc.) TP: Form an                                                                                                                given word, trade
                      Opinion                                                                                                                          with a partner, read
                                                                                                                                                       abbreviation and
                                                                                                                                                       state meaning.
                                                                                                                                                       ELD:4.3.3




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                                                                                                                Comprehension     Comprehension
Week       Weekly Theme    Main Selection            Leveled Texts          Phonics/Spelling Skill                                                                Fluency              Vocabulary
                                                                                                                   Strategy           Skill
    4 5 Unit 1
Grade Extreme Weather     Hurricanes             Informational            Words with /ch[schwa]r and          Text Structure    Description             L/O: Echo Reading:        damages, property,
                          Genre: Informational   A-Blizzard               /zh[schwa]r (measure, culture,                        Listen to selection, write   Pronunciation        available, contact,
                          Nonfiction             O-Tornado                teacher)                       L/O:                   descriptive facts. Read                           atmosphere, destruction,
                                                 B-Earthquake             List spelling words in appropriate                    your facts to partner. ELD                        hurricanes, surge
                                                 ELL-                     category. ELD 3.1.3                                   1.1.3




      5 Trickster Tales   The Catch of the Day: A Folktale                Words with –ance, –ence          Evaluate             Author’s Purpose          L/O: Readers Theater:   riverbank, wares,
                          Trickster Play          A-Coyote and the Rock   (dependent/dependence;                                State the four basic           Tempo              treasurer, merchandise,
                          Genre: Play             O-Brer Rabbit and the   attendant/attendance)       L/O:                      reasons for/purposes for                          educate, burdens,
                                                  Gizzard Eater           Write sentences for the words                         writing to your partner,                          appreciation, unfortunate
                                                  B-How Thor Got His      provided, discuss how endings                         listen to short story, orally
                                                  Hammer                  affect the meaning and placement                      share the author's purpose
                                                  ELL-                    of words in a sentence (TE 509E)                      for this selection ELD
                                                                          ELD 3.1.5                                             1.1.2, 2.1.2




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                                                                                                                                                                                               Paired
                                                                                                                                                Grammar             Paired Selection                              Paired
Study Strategy        Study Skill        Writing Mode    Writing Form          Writing Trait      Writing Details Grammar Skill                                                               Selection
                                                                                                                                               Mech./Usage                Title                               Selection Skill
                                                                                                                                                                                              Strategy
Literary Elements   Personification,   Expository       Magazine Article      Sentence Fluency   Lengthen some            Possessive         Using hyphens (word Suspense                 Literary Elements   Personification,
                    Imagery, and                        (with research/note                      sentences by adding Pronouns                division and                                                     Imagery, and
                    Onomatopoeia                        taking)                                  descriptive details L/O:                    hyphenated words)                                                Onomatopoeia
                                                                                                 Read the paragraph,
                                                                                                 discuss with a partner
                                                                                                 ways to lengthen some
                                                                                                 sentences, write new
                                                                                                 sentences.         ELD
                                                                                                 4.1.1.


Literary Elements   Moral and          Expository       Interview (written up Voice              Consider the             Pronouns and      Apostrophes and        The Fox and the Crow   Literary Elements   Moral and Metaphor
                    Metaphor                            as an article)    L/O:                   audience; write as if    Homophones; Contr possessives (its vs.
                                                        Write questions for                      talking directly to them actions &         it's)
                                                        an interview, ask                                                 Homophones
                                                        questions of a
                                                        classmate or family
                                                        member, write the
                                                        interview as
                                                        conducted.        ELD
                                                        2.1.1, 2.1.2




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                                                                                                                      Comprehension             Comprehension
Week     Weekly Theme            Main Selection          Leveled Texts            Phonics/Spelling Skill                                                                      Fluency             Vocabulary
                                                                                                                         Strategy                   Skill

Grade 5 Unit 1
             5
     1 North Pole South Pole   Spirit of Endurance   Nonfiction                  Words with Soft g (badger, major, Generate Questions         Problem and Solution        Choral Reading:   frigid, treacherous,
                               Genre: Nonfiction     A-Animals of the Poles      village)              L/O: List                              L/O: Read selection, tell   Pronunciation     triumph, uninhabited,
                                                     O-The Lure of the Poles     words in appropriate category                                the problem and solution to                   expedition, labor,
                                                     B-Science in the Snow       (hard g, soft g).  ELD 3.1.3                                 a partner ELD: 3.2.4                          dismantled, abandoned
                                                     ELL-




     2 Fantastic Foods         Westlandia            Fantasy                     Homophones (one and two-           Make Inferences and         Theme                    Echo Reading:      shortage, bedlam, outcast,
                               Genre: Fantasy        A-Food Fight                syllable--flour, flower)  L/O:     Analyze                L/O:                          Punctuation        reflected, strategy,
                                                     O-Fruit From Space          Explain to a partner what          Listen to short story,                                                  civilization, traditional,
                                                     B-Land of the Peppertoes    homophones are, draw and orally    explain to small group the                                              complex
                                                     ELL-                        describe homophone pairs. ELD      overall message author is
                                                                                 3.1.6                              conveying. ELD 1.1.3

     3 Learning from Nature    A Historic Journey    Biography                   Prefixes dis-, in-, mis-, pre-     Make Inferences and       Cause and Effect     L/O: Echo Reading:       instill, combined, naturalist,
                               Genre: Nonfiction     A-The Adamsons: Living      L/O:State to partner the meaning   Analyze                   Read text, ask partner    Punctuation         vacant, diverse
                               Article               With Animals                of dis, in, mis, and pre. Write                              "What happened?" and
                                                     O-Animal Observers          examples using prefixes, read                                "Why?" ELD 2.1.1.
                                                     B-Rachel Carson: Nature's   your words. ELD 3.1.5
                                                     Champion
                                                     ELL-




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                                                                                                                                                                                                     Paired
                                                                                                                                                     Grammar            Paired Selection                            Paired
Study Strategy          Study Skill        Writing Mode        Writing Form        Writing Trait      Writing Details Grammar Skill                                                                 Selection
                                                                                                                                                    Mech./Usage               Title                             Selection Skill
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Strategy

Text Features         Primary Sources:   Descriptive          Introduction Speech Word Choice        Use precise adjectives Adjectives and       Capitalizing proper   The Bottom of the World Text Features    Primary Sources:
                      Journals and                            (of an admirable                                              Demonstrative        adjectives                                                     Journals and Letters
                      Letters                                 person)                                                       Adjectives
                                                                                                                            L/O: Describe the
                                                                                                                            job of an adjective
                                                                                                                            to a partner, write
                                                                                                                            sentences with
                                                                                                                            adjectives and
                                                                                                                            demonstrative
                                                                                                                            adjectives.      ELD
                                                                                                                            4.3.4

Text Features         Hyperlinks and     Descriptive          Scene from a Play   Voice              Dialogue should suit     Articles L/O: Write Punctuating a play   Blue Potatoes and        Text Features   Hyperlinks and
                      Keywords                                                                       each character’s         sentences,                               Square Watermelons                       Keywords
                                                                                                     personality and show     highlight articles in
                                                                                                     conflict between         your sentence. ELD
                                                                                                     characters               4.3.4



SS: Study Skill TP:   SS: Dictionary/    WW: Expository TP:   WW: Article TP:     TP: Organization   TP: Thesis statement Adjectives that       Review of              Designed by Nature (Test Study Skill     Dictionary/Thesaurus
On My Own             Thesaurus TP:      Persuasive Essay     One-page                               and supporting details Compare             capitalization         Prep)
                      Form an Opinion                         Persuasive Essay                                              L/O: Orally define
                                                                                                                            comparative and
                                                                                                                            superlative. Write
                                                                                                                            examples of words
                                                                                                                            in comparative form
                                                                                                                            and superlative
                                                                                                                            form. ELD 4.3.4




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                                                                                                                  Comprehension            Comprehension
Week    Weekly Theme    Main Selection            Leveled Texts             Phonics/Spelling Skill                                                                  Fluency                  Vocabulary
                                                                                                                     Strategy                  Skill

Grade Talking in 1
    4 5 Unit Codes     Unbreakable Code, The Nonfiction                   Suffixes –less, -ness                 Generate Questions L/O: Author’s Perspective   Choral Reading:         corridor, reservation,
                       Genre: Historical     A-Braille and Beyond:                                              Write questions to be                          Intonation and          enlisted, invasion, shield,
                       Fiction               Inventions that Helped the                                         asked before, during, and                      Pauses             L/O: location, sagged, creased
                                             Blind                                                              after reading the story.                       Read the passage
                                             O-Secret Languages                                                 Read with a partner. Ask                       silently. Chorally
                                             B-Lost Languages                                                   and answer your                                reread. ELD 3.1.7
                                             ELL-                                                               questions. ELD 2.1.1.




     5 Whales          The Gri Gri Tree       Realistic                   Adding –ion (act, action, separate/   Generate Questions L/O: Summarize              Echo Reading:           ventured, emerged,
                       Genre: Realistic       A-Dan's Whale               separation)          L/O: Tell a      With a partner read the                        Tempo                   unreasonable, attraction,
                       Fiction                O-Into the Depths of the    partner how to place the words on     story, discuss using                                                   inquire, discussions,
                                              Sea                         a word sort chart, explain the rule   beginning, middle, end                                                 sprawled, focused
                                              B-The Gold at Sunset Cove   to add -ion to a partner. ELD         vocabulary, write on
                                              ELL-                        4.3.1                                 Graphic Organizer 25.
                                                                                                                ELD 3.2.2




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                                                                                                                                                                                           Paired
                                                                                                                                           Grammar             Paired Selection                               Paired
Study Strategy       Study Skill       Writing Mode    Writing Form         Writing Trait    Writing Details Grammar Skill                                                                Selection
                                                                                                                                          Mech./Usage                Title                                Selection Skill
                                                                                                                                                                                          Strategy
Literary Elements   Consonance and   Descriptive      Compare/Contrast      Organization    Compare paragraph by Comparing with         Using "more" and      Navajo Code Talkers:    Literary Elements   Consonance and
                    Symbolism                         Essay (compare two                    paragraph or within  ―more‖ and ―most‖      "most" (smaller,      Five Cinquains                              Symbolism
                                                      characters in a                       each paragraph                              fastest)
                                                      story/two stories)
                                                      L/O: Compare and
                                                      contrast two
                                                      characters in writing
                                                      Orally share the
                                                      essay with a partner.
                                                      Partners listen to
                                                      find a difference and
                                                      similarity       ELD
                                                      4.1.1.


Text Feature        Graphs ( showing Poem             Descriptive Poem     Word Choice      Create a strong visual Comparing with         Using irregular     The Largest Creature on Text Feature        Graphs
                    differences among                 (unrhymed free                        image                  ―good‖ and ―bad‖       comparative forms   Earth
                    whales)                           verse)                                                       L/O: Listen to a
                                                                                                                   grammatically
                                                                                                                   incorrect sentence.
                                                                                                                   State the sentence
                                                                                                                   correctly to a partner
                                                                                                                   ELD 1.1.3




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                                                                                                                 Comprehension             Comprehension
Week     Weekly Theme     Main Selection              Leveled Texts            Phonics/Spelling Skill                                                                     Fluency                   Vocabulary
                                                                                                                    Strategy                   Skill

Grade 5 Unit 1
             6
     1 Fairy Tales      Golden Mare, the          Fairytales                  Greek Roots (astr/aster, auto,    Summarize                Sequence                L/O: Choral Reading:         dismiss, intentions,
                        Firebird, and the Magic   A-Graham the Kind-Hearted   photo, tele, phono, mech, myth)                            Say the sequence of          Intonation and          despair, bridle, descended,
                        Ring, The                 O-Daisies in Winter         L/O: Read a list of words. Orally                          events using first, second, Pauses                   accompany, delicacies,
                        Genre: Fairytale          B-The Three Sisters         explain meaning using knowledge                            etc. for the story to a                              consented
                                                  ELL-                        of Greek roots to a small group                            partner. Write those events
                                                                              (TE page 667E) ELD 4.3.1                                   on a chart.        ELD 3.2.2




     2 Camping Out      Skunk Scout               Informational               Latin Roots (aud, spect, port,     Monitor Comprehension   Make Judgments             Echo Reading:             guaranteed, supervise,
                        Genre: Realistic          A-A Visit to Big Bend       mit/miss) L/O: Read spelling list                                                     Punctuation and           frustrated, coordination,
                        Fiction                   National Park               orally to a partner. Write eight                                                      Inflection                ease, scenery, bundle,
                                                  O-A Visit to Grand Canyon   words on index cards (two from                                                        L/O: Listen to            fused
                                                  National Park               each root being taught), and place                                                    passage being read
                                                  B-A Visit to Yellowstone    on appropriately labeled chart                                                        fluently, echo read the
                                                  National Park               around the room to do a large                                                         passage with teacher
                                                  ELL-                        group word sort.         ELD 3.1.5                                                    and small group.
                                                                                                                                                                    Focus on expression
                                                                                                                                                                    and intonation. ELD
                                                                                                                                                                    3.1.7




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                                                                                                                                                                                        Paired
                                                                                                                                         Grammar             Paired Selection                          Paired
Study Strategy     Study Skill         Writing Mode    Writing Form       Writing Trait    Writing Details Grammar Skill                                                               Selection
                                                                                                                                        Mech./Usage                Title                           Selection Skill
                                                                                                                                                                                       Strategy

Text Feature     Venn diagram         Expository      Eyewitness Account Voice            Be honest about how     Adverbs (Time,      Using "good" and     A Tale Told Around the   Text Feature   Venn diagram
                 (comparing                                                               you feel                manner, and place "well" Adjective vs.   World
                 different Cinderella                                                                             adverbs)            Adverb
                 tales)                                                                                           L/O: Listen to an
                                                                                                                  action and say a
                                                                                                                  word that describes
                                                                                                                  how, when, or why.
                                                                                                                  ELD 4.3.4




Text Feature     Interview           Expository       How to paragraph: Word Choice       Sequence words          Adverbs that        Using "more" and      Our National Parks      Text Feature   Interview
                                                      step-by-step                                                Compare             "most" properly using
                                                      directions                                                                      -er and -est
                                                      L/O: Listen to and
                                                      follow a multi-step
                                                      oral set of directions,
                                                      orally generate a list
                                                      of steps to partner
                                                      for creating a peanut
                                                      butter and jelly
                                                      sandwich. Write
                                                      those steps in a
                                                      "how to" format.
                                                      ELD 1.1.1




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                                                                                                                      Comprehension            Comprehension
Week      Weekly Theme        Main Selection              Leveled Texts            Phonics/Spelling Skill                                                                       Fluency                  Vocabulary
                                                                                                                         Strategy                  Skill
    3 5 Unit Lives
Grade Improving 1           A Dream Comes True--     Nonfiction                   Words from Mythology               Monitor Comprehension   Persuasion L/O: Write a       Choral Reading:        elementary, physical, rigid,
                            TFK                      A-Everybody is a Star: The   geography, geology (Gaea),                                 list of words that describe   Pronunciation          interact, wield
                            Genre: Nonfiction        Special Olympics Story       cosmos (cosmic, cosmetic), titanic                         pictures on page 698-699.     L/O: In pairs, orally
                            Article                  O-Sports For Everyone!       (Titans), Jove, jovial, Vulcan                             Read story selection and      read the passage.
                                                     B-Uplifted From the Dark:    (volcano)                                                  with a partner share orally   With another pair,
                                                     Helen Keller and Annie                                                                  the words that persuade       echo read the
                                                     Sullivan                                                                                either positively or          sentences with pair
                                                     ELL-                                                                                    negatively. ELD 3.2.2         taking turns.      ELD
                                                                                                                                                                           3.1.7




     4 Balloon Flight       Up in the Air: The Story Nonfiction                   Number Prefixes uni-, bi-, tri-, Monitor Comprehension     Make Generalizations          Choral Reading:          launched, particles, dense,
                            of Balloon Flight        A-The Sky's The Limit        cent-                                                                                    Tempo and Phrasing       inflate, anchored,
                            Genre: Nonfiction        O-Airships: Sailors of the   L/O: Reads the words chorally as                                                         L/O: Listen to a piece   companion, hydrogen,
                                                     Sky                          they pop up on the Smart Board.                                                          read with a slow         scientific
                                                     B-Up, Up and Away:           Write words on the correct word                                                          tempo and a fast
                                                     Science in the Sky           sort WKST page 181, discuss the                                                          tempo, read chorally a
                                                     ELL-                         meaning of each word with a                                                              piece with a slow and
                                                                                  partner. ELD 3.1.5                                                                       fast tempo ELD 3.1.7

     5 Scientists at Work   Hidden Worlds: Looking   Informational              Words with –able, -ible (visible,   Summarize                Sequence               L/O: Choral Reading:            specimens, erupted,
                            Through a Scientist's    A-Searching for Clues      dependable)                                                  Read a list of sequence     Pauses and                 murky, dormant, scoured,
                            Microscope               O-Life on the Deep Sea                                                                  words, read short           Intonation                 biology, research, observer
                            Genre: Nonfiction        Floor                                                                                   selection, discuss the
                                                     B-Searching for Tomorrow's                                                              sequence of events in the
                                                     Energy                                                                                  story ELD: 3.2.2
                                                     ELL-




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                                                                                                                                                                                                          Paired
                                                                                                                                                        Grammar             Paired Selection                                   Paired
 Study Strategy         Study Skill           Writing Mode          Writing Form      Writing Trait      Writing Details Grammar Skill                                                                   Selection
                                                                                                                                                       Mech./Usage                Title                                    Selection Skill
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Strategy
SS: Study Skill TP:   SS: Everyday          WW: Expository TP:     WW:               TP: Organization   TP: Concentrate on       Negatives L/O:       Correcting double   Profile of a Paralympian   Study Skill          Everyday
Think and Search      Communications        Persuasive Editorial   Biography TP:                        how final paragraph      Listen to and reread negatives           (Test Prep)                                     Communications
                      (forms, directions,                          Editorial                            repeats thesis and       sentences,
                      ads, consumer                                                                     sums up)                 correctly re-write
                      materials,                                                                                                 sentences with
                      brochures,                                                                                                 double negatives.
                      newsletters,                                                                                               Read your
                      etc.)TP: Look for                                                                                          sentences to a
                      Information.                                                                                               partner. ELD: 4.3.4




Literary Elements     Simile and            Expository             Explain how       Ideas              Is explanation clear to Prepositions and     Using commas to       Hot-Air Balloon Haiku     Literary Elements    Simile and Metaphor
                      Metaphor                                     something works                      the audience?           Prepositional        separate introductory
                                                                                                                                Phrases              words and
                                                                                                                                                     prepositional phrases




Literary Elements     Symbolism and         Expository             Explanatory Essay Word Choice        Add words to elaborate Sentence               Review of           Mountain of Fire: A        Poetry (Haiku)        Symbolism and
                      Figurative                                   (how I solved a                      and clarify            Combining (with        punctuation marks   Native American Myth       L/O: Describe the     Figurative Language
                      Language                                     problem--problem/                                           adjectives, adverbs,                                                  picture on page 732-
                                                                   solution is in                                              and prepositional                                                     733 in a small group,
                                                                   standards)       L/O:                                       phrases)         L/:O:                                                write a Haiku in a
                                                                   Discuss various                                             Listen to two simple                                                  small group, write
                                                                   problems and                                                sentences, re-state                                                   your own Haiku.
                                                                   solutions as a class,                                       sentences in                                                          ELD: 4.1.1
                                                                   share a problem and                                         combined form to a
                                                                   solution idea with a                                        partner, write three
                                                                   partner, write a brief                                      sentences that show
                                                                   solution to a                                               sentence
                                                                   problem.                                                    combining, read
                                                                   (Transparency 118)                                          your sentences
                                                                   ELD 2.1.2, 4.2.1.                                           aloud. ELD 4.3.2




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