Fifth Grade Curriculum Night by wMH5X2S

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									       Fifth Grade
Reading and Social Studies
       Curriculum


             2011-2012
          Reading NCSCOS
1.   The learner will apply enabling strategies and
     skills to read and write.

2.   The learner will apply strategies and skills to
     comprehend text that is read, heard, and
     viewed.

3.   The learner will make connections through
     the use of oral language, written language,
     and media and technology.

4.   The learner will apply strategies and skills to
     create oral, written, and visual texts.

5.   The learner will apply grammar and language
     conventions to communicate effectively.
    Reading EOG Sample
         Questions
http://www.ncpublicschools.org/ac
  countability/testing/eog/sampleit
            ems/reading
            Reading Tips

   Strategies
     Read the questions first
     Underline the keywords

     Read the selection

     Narrow the choices

     Answer questions

    Identify the genre of the
    selection and author’s purpose.
      Accelerated Reader
 AR Reading Goals
100 points yearly
25 points each 6 weeks (lst-5th)
3.5 points each week
 AR Rewards

Book It Program
AR Grades
End of year activity
         Reading Websites

   www.studyisland.com
   http://www.spellingcity.com
   http://www.readwritethink.org/st
    udent_mat/index.asp
   www.readingrockets.org
   https://hosted142.renlearn.com/
    38090/HomeConnect/
             Social Studies



                    Coding
                    Strategy

                                             ! Wow
 ? I don’t    * I already      + New
                                           interesting
understand    knew this     information
                                          information
                Social Studies

Unpacking the Standards

   Use the coding strategy while reading the unpacking
    document for fifth graders to support reflection on the
    following questions:
       What does it say?

       What does it mean?

       What does it matter?

   After reading, partners share key points from the new
    information

								
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