Essential Standards Chart: What is it we expect students to learn?
What is the essential standard to be learned? Describe in student-friendly vocabulary.
What does proficient student work look like? Provide an example and/or description.
What prior knowledge, skills, and/or vocabulary is/are needed for a student to master this standard?
What assessment(s) will be used to measure student mastery?
When will this standard
What will we do when students have learned the essential standard(s)?
R.L.5.4/R.I.5.4; I can determine the meaning of words and phrases in a text.
-2016-17 Big Rock Context clues assessment.
-Be able to read word parts (phonics)
-Identify prefixes, suffixes, and root words
-Identify unknown words (not skip them).
-Use a dictionary/ Thesarus
-2016-17 Big Rock Context clues assessment. (Tweaked)
-Harder Domain Specific Vocabulary
RL.5.1/RI.5.1: I can quote accurately from a text when answering a question or making an inference.
-Starts with a text talker.
-States the title of the text.
-Uses quotations correctly.
-Answers the question.
-Find examples in a text
TBD (ReadyGen Questions/tests)
RI.5.2: Determine the Main Idea and supporting details of a text.
-2016-17 Big Rock Main Idea Assessment.
-Differentiate between main idea and key details in a paragraph.
-Summarize a text
-Use details in chronological order.
-Main Idea/Central Idea
-2016-17 Big Rock Main Idea Assessment. (Add a rubric)
-Central Idea of a larger text.
RL.5.3/RI.5.3: I can compare and contrast characters, settings, events, and ideas/concepts in 2 texts.
TBD (rubric or not?)
Compare and contrast characters, settings, events, and ideas/concepts in 1 text.
-Compare and Contrast more than 2 texts or different types of text (memoir vs. fiction)
-Compare and Contrast different mediums (video, picture, book)