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									                                                       5th Grade - Marking Period 1
  Common Core State Standards                  Grade Level                           Activities                                                         Assessment
                                                 Content                            Suggestions
                                               Expectations
                                                     Reading Standards for Literature (Narrative)

Reading Standards for Literature:             R.NT.05.01         Characteristics                                                                   MEAP
Key Ideas & Details                           R.NT.05.02                                                                                           GLAD
    1. Quote accurately from a text           R.NT.05.03         Review                                                                            District adopted series
         when explaining what the text        R.NT.05.04                                                                                           assessments (oral
         says explicitly and when drawing     R.CM.05.01                                                                                           reading records, theme
                                                                     Personification
         inferences from the text.            R.CM.05.02                                                                                           tests, etc.)
                                                                     Simile
    2. Determine a theme of a story,          R.CM.05.03
                                              R,CM.05.04             Descriptive Passage
         drama, or poem from details in
         the text, including how
         characters in a story or drama       R.WS.05.01         Explain
         respond to challenges or how the     R.WS.05.02
         speaker in a poem reflects upon a    R.WS.05.03             How authors use literary devices:
         topic; summarize the text.           R.WS.05.04          o      metaphors
    3. Compare and contrast two or            R.WS.05.05          o      foreshadowing
         more characters, settings, or        R.WS.05.06          o      exaggeration to develop characters, theme, plots, hero/villain
         events in a story or drama,          R.WS.05.07                 functions, and narrator across a variety of texts
         drawing on specific details in the                          Unique characteristics of historical fiction, tall tales, science fiction,
         text.                                R.MT.05.01              fantasy, and mystery genres
Craft and Structure                           R.MT.05.02
    4. Determine the meaning of words         R.MT.05.03         Analyze
         and phrases as they are used in
         text, including figurative           R.CS.05.01             How literature reflects life
         language such as metaphors and       R.AT.05.01             Point of view – how it can influence story
         similes.
    5. Explain how a series of chapters,                             Complex character traits & setting and how it defines characters, plot,
                                              S.DS.05.01              the role of dialogue, how problems are resolved, and the climax of a
         scenes, or stanzas fit together to   S.DS.05.03
         provide the overall structure of a                           plot
                                              L.RP.05.01
         particular story, drama, or poem.    L.RP.05.03
         R.NT.05.02                                              Comprehensive Skills & Strategies
                                              L.RP.05.04
    6. Describe how a narrator’s or           L.CN.05.03
         speaker’s point of view              L.CN.05.04             Identify cause/effect
         influences how events are                                   Use graphic organizers to respond/analyze text (i.e. Venn Diagrams
         described.                                                   and story frames)
    7. Analyze how visual and                                        Compare/contrast within and across texts.
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                                                     5th Grade - Marking Period 1
  Common Core State Standards                 Grade Level                                       Activities                                     Assessment
                                                Content                                        Suggestions
                                              Expectations
        multimedia elements contribute                             Identify themes/universal truths within and across text to create deeper
        to the meaning, tone, or beauty                             understanding and find evidence to support
        of a text ( e.g. graphic novel,                            Make inferences and predictions
        multimedia presentation of                                 Draw conclusions
        fiction, folktale, myth, and                               Retell & summarize text
        poem)                                                      Make connections between texts (cross text)
    9. Compare and contrast stories in                             Discuss, write and/or illustrate to show understanding
        the same genre (e.g. mysteries
        and adventure stories) on their
        approaches to similar themes and                         Skills
        topics.
    10. By the end of the year, read and                          Mastery of Dolch first 1000 wordsand other frequently encountered
        comprehend literature including                            words in print (i.e. story vocabulary)
        stories, dramas, and poetry at the                        Determine the meanings of words encountered frequently in grade
        high end of grades 4/5 text                                level reading and oral language contexts
        complexity bands.                                         Read fluently grade appropriate text
Research to Build and Present                                     o Use a variety of reading strategies (predicting, summarizing,
Knowledge                                                             making inferences)
    9. Draw evidence from literary or                             Use context clues, decoding strategies, word origins, and affixes to
        informational texts to support                             identify unknown words to understand meanings of words (in context)
        analysis, reflection and research.                        Use resources such as glossaries, analogies, and electronic resources
        a. Apply grade 5 reading                                   to determine meaning of phrases, idioms, symbols, content, recently
             strategies to literature (e.g.                        coined words, vocabulary and literary terms
             Compare and contrast two or                          Independently self monitor comprehension strategies (predicting,
             more characters, settings, or                         constructing mental images, questioning, re-reading, inferring)
             events in a story or drama,                          Encourage reading enthusiasm
             drawing on specific details                          Do substantial independent reading and writing
             in the text. [how characters                         Apply significant knowledge from what is read in science/social
             interact])                                            studies text
        b. Apply grade 5 reading                                  Consider and discuss author's point of view/perspective
             standards to informational
                                                                  Evaluate effectiveness (purpose/audience)
             texts. (e.g. explain how an
                                                                  Use student/class created rubrics to assess writing
             author uses reasons and
             evidence to support
             particular points in a text,
             identifying which reasons
             and evidence supports which
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                                                      5th Grade - Marking Period 1
  Common Core State Standards                  Grade Level                 Activities   Assessment
                                                 Content                  Suggestions
                                               Expectations
               points.)
Key Ideas and Details
3.. Explain the relationships or
interactions between two or more
individuals, events, ideas, or concepts in
an historical, scientific, or technical text
based on specific information in the text.

Craft & Structure
   4. Determine the meaning of
        general academic, and domain
        specific words and phrases in a
        text relevant to a grade 5 topic or
        subject area.
   6.Analyze multiple accounts of the
   same event or topic noting important
   similarities and differences and the
   point of view they represent.

Phonics and Word Recognition
3. Know and apply grade level phonics
and word analysis, skills, and decoding
words
a. Use combined knowledge of all letter
sound correspondences syllabication
patters, and morphology (eg. Roots and
affixes) to read accurately unfamiliar,
multisyllabic words in context and out of
context.
4. Read with sufficient accuracy and
fluency to support comprehension.
a. Read on level text with purpose and
understanding.
b. Read on level prose and poetry orally
with accuracy, appropriate rate and
expression on successive readings.
c. Use context to confirm or self-correct
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                                             5th Grade - Marking Period 1
  Common Core State Standards         Grade Level                              Activities                Assessment
                                        Content                               Suggestions
                                      Expectations
word recognition and understanding,
rereading as necessary.




                                             Reading Standards for Informational Text




                                                     Key Vocabulary                 Marzano Vocabulary


                                                        Foundational Skills

                                                     Reading Strategies
                                                     making connections
                                                     asking questions
                                                     determining importance
                                                     inferring
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                                                        5th Grade - Marking Period 1
  Common Core State Standards                   Grade Level                                    Activities                                        Assessment
                                                  Content                                     Suggestions
                                                Expectations
                                                               synthesizing
                                                               visualizing
                                                               repairing comprehension
                                                               Key Vocabulary                           Marzano Vocabulary
                                                                                                        Apostrophe, audience,
                                                                                                        conclusion, direct quote,
                                                                                                        essay, expression, inference,
                                                                                                        literature, mood, novel,
                                                                                                        organization, plot, point of
                                                                                                        view, preposition, prior
                                                                                                        knowledge, root word,
                                                                                                        symbolism, thesaurus, voice,
                                                                                                        word choice
                                                                           Writing

Writing Strategies                             W.GN.05.01      Historical Fiction
3. Write narratives to develop real or         W.GN.05.02        Identify the use of time period and setting to enhance the plot in historical
imagined experiences or events using           W.GN.05.03      fiction.
effective technique, descriptive detail, and   W.GN.05.04
clear event sequences.                         W.AT.05.01      Suggested Products:
W.GN.05.01, W.GN.05.02                                           Historical Story
a. orient the reader by establishing the       W.PR.05.01        Journal
situation and introducing a narrator and/or    W.PR.05.02        Letter
characters; organize an event sequence         W.PR.05.03        Travel Log
                                               W.PR.05.04        Diary
that unfolds naturally.
                                               W.PR.05.05      Poetry
W.PR.05.01, W.PR.05.02, R.NT.05.04
                                                                To entertain through humor and rhythm.
b. Use narrative techniques, such as
                                               R.NT.05.03
dialogue, description, and pacing to
                                               R.NT.05.04
develop experiences and events or show
                                               R.NT.05.05      Suggested Products:
the responses of characters to situations.
                                                                 Quatrain
R.NT.05.03                                     R.MT.05.02
c. Use a variety of transitional words,
phrases, and clauses to manage the             R.CM.05.01
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                                                          5th Grade - Marking Period 1
  Common Core State Standards                 Grade Level                      Activities   Assessment
                                                Content                       Suggestions
                                              Expectations
sequence of events.                          R.CM/05.02
W.PS.05.01, S.CN.05.01                       R.IT.05.04
d. Use concrete words and phrases and        W.PS.05.01
sensory details to convey experiences and    S.CN.05.01
events precisely.
W.PS.05.01                                   L.RP.05.02
e. Provide a conclusion that follows the     L.RP.05.03
narrative experiences or events.
Production and Distribution of Writing       R.CS.05.01
4.Produce clear and coherent writing in      W.PS.05.01
which development and organization are
appropriate to task, purpose, and
audience.
5. With guidance and support from peers
and adults, develop and strengthen writing
as needed by planning, revising, editing,
rewriting, or trying a new approach.

Research to Build and Present
Knowledge
7.Conduct short research projects that use
several sources to build knowledge
through investigation of different aspects
of a topic.
8.Recall relevant information from
experiences or gather relevant information
from print and digital sources; summarize
or paraphrase information and notes and
finished work, and provide a list of
sources.
9. Draw evidence from literary or
informational text to support analysis,
reflection, and research.
a. Apply grade 5 reading standards to
literature. (e.g. compare/contrast two or
more characters, settings, or events in a
story or a drama, drawing on specific
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  Common Core State Standards                  Grade Level                         Activities   Assessment
                                                 Content                          Suggestions
                                               Expectations
details in the text [how characters
interact])
b. Apply grade 5 reading standards to
informational text (e.g. explain how an
author uses reasons and evidence to
support particular points in text,
identifying which reasons and evidence
support which points)
10. Write routinely over extended time
frames (time for research, reflection, and
revision) and shorter time frames ( a
single sitting or a day or two) for a range
of discipline specific tasks, purposes, and
audiences.




                                                              Speaking and Listening
Reading Standards for Literature              W.GR.05.01
Key Ideas and Details                         W.SP.05.01
            1. Quote accurately from a
               text when explaining
               what the text says
               explicitly and when
               drawing inferences
               from the text.

The Integration of Knowledge and
Language Standards: Conventions of            R.MT.05.01
Standard English                              R.MT.05.02
            1. Demonstrate command            R.IT.05.03
                of the conventions of         R.CM.05.02
                standard English              R.CM.05.03
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                                                         5th Grade - Marking Period 1
   Common Core State Standards                    Grade Level                 Activities   Assessment
                                                    Content                  Suggestions
                                                  Expectations
                     grammar and usage
                     when writing or
                     speaking.
                     W.GR.05.01
                     e. Use correlative
                     conjunctions
                     either/neither, or/nor
                     W.GR.05.01
          2. Demonstrate command of the
          conventions of standard English
          capitalization, punctuation, and
          spelling when writing.
          W.GR.05.01, W.SP.05.01
          b. Use a comma to separate an
          introductory element from the
          rest of the sentence.
          W.GR.05.01
          c. Use a comma to set off the
          words yes and no (e.g. Yes,
          thank you.) to set off a tag
          question from the rest of the
          sentence. (e.g. It’s true, isn’t it?)
          and to indicate direct address
          (e.g. Is that you, Steve?).
          W.GR.05.01
          e. Spell grade appropriate words
          correctly, consulting references
          as needed.
W.SP.05.01
9. Integrate information from several texts
on the same topic in order to write or
speak about the subject knowledgably.




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                                                       5th Grade - Marking Period 1
 Common Core State Standards                   Grade Level                      Activities   Assessment
                                                 Content                       Suggestions
                                               Expectations
                                                              Language Standards
Language Standards:             W.GR.05.01
Conventions of Standard English W.SP.05.01
           2.   Demonstrate command           R.WS.05.04
                of the conventions of         R.WS.05.07
                standard English              S.CN.05.02
                grammar and usage             S.DS.05.01
                when writing or               L.RP.05.04
                speaking.                     W.PS.05.01
                W.GR.05.01
                e. Use correlative
                conjunctions
                either/neither, or/nor
                W.GR.05.01

      W.GR.05.01, W.SP.05.01
      b. Use a comma to separate an
      introductory element from the
      rest of the sentence.
      W.GR.05.01
      c. Use a comma to set off the
      words yes and no (e.g. Yes,
      thank you.) to set off a tag
      question from the rest of the
      sentence. (e.g. It’s true, isn’t it?)
      and to indicate direct address
      (e.g. Is that you, Steve?).
      W.GR.05.01
      e. Spell grade appropriate words
      correctly, consulting references
      as needed.
      W.SP.05.01
      7. Draw on information from
      multiple print or digital sources
      demonstrating the ability to

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                                                    5th Grade - Marking Period 1
  Common Core State Standards                Grade Level                 Activities   Assessment
                                               Content                  Suggestions
                                             Expectations
         locate and answer a question
         quickly or to solve a problem
         efficiently.
Knowledge of Language
6.Acquire and use accurately grade
appropriate general, academic, and
domain specific words and phrases
including those that signal contrast,
addition, and other logical relationships.
(e.g. however, although, nevertheless,
similarly, moreover, in addition)




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