Fifth Grade Reading

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Rhodes School 5th Grade Curriculum Map for Reading, Speaking/Listening
The following Reading Foundational Skills are practiced with each story: Know and apply grade level phonics and word analysis
skills in decoding words (RF.5.3); Read with Sufficient accuracy and fluency to support comprehension (RF.5.4)
The following Speaking and Listening Skills are practiced with each story: Engage effectively in a range of collaborative discussions
(one-on one, in groups, and teacher-led) with diverse partners on grade 5 topics and texts, building on others’ ideas and expressing
their own clearly (SL.5.1)
5th Grade Reading,
Content
Skills
Assessment
Common
Essential
th
Speaking, &
5 Graders can….
Core
Question(s)
Listening
Standards
AugustSeptember
“At the Beach”-fiction story (text)
“At the Beach:-fiction story (audio)
”Coral Reefs” –
informational text
from leveled reader
Use direct evidence
from a text to
explain and draw
inferences
Selection Tests
Summarize the text
Key word outline
Activity
5.RL.2
Discussion Responses
5.RI.8
Find evidence from
the text to support
what the author
believes or wants
me to believe about
a certain topic.
Use reference
materials to learn
about unfamiliar
words (dictionary)
[Type text]
5.RL.1
Why is honesty
important?
Listening Center Activity
Response Sheet
Dictionary usage quiz
5.L.4c
How can our
choices lead to
unintended
consequences?
Rhodes School 5th Grade Curriculum Map for Reading, Speaking/Listening
The following Reading Foundational Skills are practiced with each story: Know and apply grade level phonics and word analysis
skills in decoding words (RF.5.3); Read with Sufficient accuracy and fluency to support comprehension (RF.5.4)
The following Speaking and Listening Skills are practiced with each story: Engage effectively in a range of collaborative discussions
(one-on one, in groups, and teacher-led) with diverse partners on grade 5 topics and texts, building on others’ ideas and expressing
their own clearly (SL.5.1)
“The Museum of
Read aloud with
Oral Reading
5.RF.4b
How have the
Labor and Industry” accuracy, fluency,
Performance Assessment
actions of previous
–historical fiction
and expression
generations
play (text)
Selection Test
impacted our lives
Explain how people,
5.RI.3
today?
“Rose Freedman:
events, ideas, or
Group Discussion
Fire survivor”—
concepts are
Responses
Why is reading with
leveled
connected in a
fluency and
informational text
historical text
expression
Written Response
important?
Explain the
Activities
5.RL.5
importance of
chapters, scenes,
and stanzas in a
text.
Use information
from different texts
to write or talk
about subjects
.
[Type text]
5.RI.9
Rhodes School 5th Grade Curriculum Map for Reading, Speaking/Listening
The following Reading Foundational Skills are practiced with each story: Know and apply grade level phonics and word analysis
skills in decoding words (RF.5.3); Read with Sufficient accuracy and fluency to support comprehension (RF.5.4)
The following Speaking and Listening Skills are practiced with each story: Engage effectively in a range of collaborative discussions
(one-on one, in groups, and teacher-led) with diverse partners on grade 5 topics and texts, building on others’ ideas and expressing
their own clearly (SL.5.1)
“The Hindenburg”- Use direct evidence Selection Test
5.RL.1
What can we learn
informational text
from a text to
from encounters
and audio
explain and draw
Written Responses
with the
inferences.
unexpected?
“The Great San
Workbook Pages
Francisco
Determine the main
5.RI.2
Earthquake of
idea and details of a Discussion Observation
1906”-informational text.
article
Use information
5.RI.9
from different texts
to write or talk
about subjects.
“Shutting Out the
Sky” informational
text and audio
Determine the main
idea and details of a
text. Summarize
text.
Selection Test
Workbook Pages
“Immigrant Life”
Written Responses
informational article Explain how people,
from leveled reader events, ideas or
Discussion Observation
concepts are
connected in a
historical text.
[Type text]
5.RI.2
5.RI.3
What kinds of
challenges do
people face, and
how do they meet
them?
Rhodes School 5th Grade Curriculum Map for Reading, Speaking/Listening
The following Reading Foundational Skills are practiced with each story: Know and apply grade level phonics and word analysis
skills in decoding words (RF.5.3); Read with Sufficient accuracy and fluency to support comprehension (RF.5.4)
The following Speaking and Listening Skills are practiced with each story: Engage effectively in a range of collaborative discussions
(one-on one, in groups, and teacher-led) with diverse partners on grade 5 topics and texts, building on others’ ideas and expressing
their own clearly (SL.5.1)
Use direct evidence
5.RI.1
from a text to
explain and draw
inferences
OctoberNovember
“Satchel Paige”—
Biography text and
audio
“Teammates”—
Informational text
“Toni Stone: Good
Enough to Hit
Paige” -Informational text
[Type text]
Use information
from different texts
to write or talk
about subjects.
Use specific details
from a text to
compare and
contrast characters,
settings, or events
Determine the
meaning of
figurative language.
Find evidence in the
text to support my
thinking when
answering a
question or solving
a problem
5.RI.9
Selection Tests
5.RL.3
Workbook Pages
Written Responses
Discussion Observation
5.RL.4
What kinds of
challenges do
people face, and
how do they meet
them?
Rhodes School 5th Grade Curriculum Map for Reading, Speaking/Listening
The following Reading Foundational Skills are practiced with each story: Know and apply grade level phonics and word analysis
skills in decoding words (RF.5.3); Read with Sufficient accuracy and fluency to support comprehension (RF.5.4)
The following Speaking and Listening Skills are practiced with each story: Engage effectively in a range of collaborative discussions
(one-on one, in groups, and teacher-led) with diverse partners on grade 5 topics and texts, building on others’ ideas and expressing
their own clearly (SL.5.1)
“Inside Out”—
Describe how the
Selection Tests
5.RL.6
What makes people
Fiction text and
point of view affects
want to do the right
audio
a story.
Workbook Pages
thing?
“Should Bullies’
Parents Pay?”—
Informational text
Use specific details
from a text to
compare and
contrast characters,
settings, or events
Written Responses
“World War II—
The Holocaust”—
Informational Text
[Type text]
Find evidence in the
text to support my
thinking when
answering a
question or solving
a problem.
5.RL.1
Selection Tests
5.RI.7
Workbook Pages
Written Responses
Discussion Observation
Find evidence from
the text to support
what the author
believes or wants
me to believe about
a certain event.
Why do people
show kindness?
Discussion Observation
Use direct evidence
from a text to
explain and draw
inferences
“Passage to
Freedom”—
Informational Text
and audio
5.RL.3
5.RI.8
Why do we help
others, even if there
are risks?
Rhodes School 5th Grade Curriculum Map for Reading, Speaking/Listening
The following Reading Foundational Skills are practiced with each story: Know and apply grade level phonics and word analysis
skills in decoding words (RF.5.3); Read with Sufficient accuracy and fluency to support comprehension (RF.5.4)
The following Speaking and Listening Skills are practiced with each story: Engage effectively in a range of collaborative discussions
(one-on one, in groups, and teacher-led) with diverse partners on grade 5 topics and texts, building on others’ ideas and expressing
their own clearly (SL.5.1)
5.RI.5
Compare and
contrast the
organizational
structures in
different texts.
DecemberJanuary
“The Ch’i-lin
Purse”-Folktale
(fiction text) and
audio
“The Lion and the
Mouse”-Folktale
Use specific details
to determine the
theme of a text.
Selection Tests
Use specific details
from a text to
compare and
contrast characters,
settings, or events.
Written Responses
Compare and
contrast themes and
topics in stories
from the same
genre.
[Type text]
5.RL.2
Workbook Pages
5.RL.3
Discussion Observation
5.RL.9
What are the
rewards in helping
others?
Rhodes School 5th Grade Curriculum Map for Reading, Speaking/Listening
The following Reading Foundational Skills are practiced with each story: Know and apply grade level phonics and word analysis
skills in decoding words (RF.5.3); Read with Sufficient accuracy and fluency to support comprehension (RF.5.4)
The following Speaking and Listening Skills are practiced with each story: Engage effectively in a range of collaborative discussions
(one-on one, in groups, and teacher-led) with diverse partners on grade 5 topics and texts, building on others’ ideas and expressing
their own clearly (SL.5.1)
Use specific details Written Response
5.RL.2
to determine the
Unit 2 Poetrytheme of a text.
Discussion Observation
“For Peace Sake”
“Two People I Want Determine the
Simile/Metaphor activity 5.RL.4
to be Like”
meaning of
“Not in Vain”
figurative language.
“Strangers”
Figure out the
5.RL.4
meaning of words
and phrases such as
metaphors and
similes in a text.
Explain importance
of chapters, scenes,
and stanzas in a
text.
“Wings for the
King” (fiction textplay)
Read with purpose
and understanding
Read aloud with
accuracy, fluency,
and expression
[Type text]
5.RL.5
Selection Test
Workbook pages
Written Response
Discussion observation
5.RF.4a
What do people
gain from the work
of inventors and
artists?
5.RF.4b
Oral reading performance
assessment
How do inventors
inspire our
imaginations?
Rhodes School 5th Grade Curriculum Map for Reading, Speaking/Listening
The following Reading Foundational Skills are practiced with each story: Know and apply grade level phonics and word analysis
skills in decoding words (RF.5.3); Read with Sufficient accuracy and fluency to support comprehension (RF.5.4)
The following Speaking and Listening Skills are practiced with each story: Engage effectively in a range of collaborative discussions
(one-on one, in groups, and teacher-led) with diverse partners on grade 5 topics and texts, building on others’ ideas and expressing
their own clearly (SL.5.1)
“Special Effects in
Compare and
Selection Test
R.5L.1
How do artists
Film and
contrast
create special
Television”—
organizational
Workbook pages
effects to entertain
Informational text
structures in
us?
different texts.
Written Response
“The Art of
Makeup—Going
Analyze graphics or Discussion observation
5.RL.7
Behind the
images and
Mask”—
determine what they
Informational text
add to a text.
(leveled reader)
Explain how people,
5.RI.3
events, ideas, or
concepts are
connected in a
historical, scientific,
or technical text.
“Weslandia”-fiction Use direct evidence Selection Test
R.5L.1
How do people and
Februarystory text and audio from a text to
animals adapt to
March
explain and draw
Workbook Pages
different situations?
“Learning to Play inferences.
the Game”—fiction
Written Response
text (leveled reader) Find evidence from
5.RI.6
the text to support
Discussion Observation
my thinking when
answering a
question or solving
a problem.
[Type text]
Rhodes School 5th Grade Curriculum Map for Reading, Speaking/Listening
The following Reading Foundational Skills are practiced with each story: Know and apply grade level phonics and word analysis
skills in decoding words (RF.5.3); Read with Sufficient accuracy and fluency to support comprehension (RF.5.4)
The following Speaking and Listening Skills are practiced with each story: Engage effectively in a range of collaborative discussions
(one-on one, in groups, and teacher-led) with diverse partners on grade 5 topics and texts, building on others’ ideas and expressing
their own clearly (SL.5.1)
Compare and
5.RL.9
contrast themes and
topics in stories
from the same genre
Unit 6 Poetry“Limericks”,
“Sunflakes”,
“Almost Human”,
“The Bat”
Use specific details
to determine the
theme of a text.
5.RL.2
Discussion observation
Determine the
meaning of
figurative language.
Figure out the
meaning of words
and phrases such as
metaphors and
similes.
“Exploding Ants”— Analyze graphics or
Informational text
images and
determine what they
“Changing to
add to a text.
Survive: Bird
Adaptations”Determine the main
informational text
idea and details of a
(leveled reader)
text. Summarize a
text.
[Type text]
Written Responses
How do rhythm and
rhyme add to the
fun and beauty of
poetry?
5.RL.4
Selection Test
5.RL.7
Workbook Pages
Written Responses
5.RI.2
Discussion observation
How do animals
adapt to survive?
Rhodes School 5th Grade Curriculum Map for Reading, Speaking/Listening
The following Reading Foundational Skills are practiced with each story: Know and apply grade level phonics and word analysis
skills in decoding words (RF.5.3); Read with Sufficient accuracy and fluency to support comprehension (RF.5.4)
The following Speaking and Listening Skills are practiced with each story: Engage effectively in a range of collaborative discussions
(one-on one, in groups, and teacher-led) with diverse partners on grade 5 topics and texts, building on others’ ideas and expressing
their own clearly (SL.5.1)
Determine the
5.RI.4
meaning of words
and phrases in
informational text.
April
“The Unsinkable
Wreck of the RMS
Titanic”—
informational text
and audio
“Exploring with
Science”-informational text
(leveled reader)
“Ghost Towns of
the American
West”—
informational text
and audio
[Type text]
Analyze graphics or Selection Test
images and
determine what they Workbook Pages
add to a text.
Written Responses
Determine the main
idea and details of a Discussion observation
text. Summarize a
text.
5.RL.7
Use information
from different texts
to write or talk
about subjects
5.RI.9
Explain how people, Selection Test
events, ideas, or
concepts are
Workbook Pages
connected in a
historical, scientific, Written Responses
or technical text.
Discussion Observation
5.RI.3
5.RI.2
Who goes seeking
adventure and why?
How does
technology help
adventurers reach
new places?
What adventures
helped drive
westward
expansion?
Rhodes School 5th Grade Curriculum Map for Reading, Speaking/Listening
The following Reading Foundational Skills are practiced with each story: Know and apply grade level phonics and word analysis
skills in decoding words (RF.5.3); Read with Sufficient accuracy and fluency to support comprehension (RF.5.4)
The following Speaking and Listening Skills are practiced with each story: Engage effectively in a range of collaborative discussions
(one-on one, in groups, and teacher-led) with diverse partners on grade 5 topics and texts, building on others’ ideas and expressing
their own clearly (SL.5.1)
Find evidence from
5.RI.8
the text to support
“The United States
what the author
Goes West”believes or wants
Informational text
me to believe about
(leveled reader)
a certain topic or
event.
May
[Type text]
Determine the
meaning of words
and phrases in
informational text.
During this month
Skills vary
each 5th grade
depending on
teacher does
activity, and may
something different. include some tasks
not covered in the
Mrs. Schiess’ class
Common Core
puts on a play called standards. For
“Blame it on the
example:
Wolf.”
memorizing
dialogue, designing
Ms. Fazio’s class
and constructing
puts on a play. Title play sets, and
to be determined.
performing for a
live audience.
Mrs. Wyatt’s class
reads a novel
together.
5.RI.4
Rhodes School 5th Grade Curriculum Map for Reading, Speaking/Listening
The following Reading Foundational Skills are practiced with each story: Know and apply grade level phonics and word analysis
skills in decoding words (RF.5.3); Read with Sufficient accuracy and fluency to support comprehension (RF.5.4)
The following Speaking and Listening Skills are practiced with each story: Engage effectively in a range of collaborative discussions
(one-on one, in groups, and teacher-led) with diverse partners on grade 5 topics and texts, building on others’ ideas and expressing
their own clearly (SL.5.1)
[Type text]
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