5th Grade Essential Outcomes
By the end of 5th grade you are expected to have mastered a number of Essential Outcomes. This form is intended to assess what you have mastered.
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What would the call number be for an Everybody Book written by Mo Willems with the title City Dog Country Frog
Essential Outcome 2: Students will demonstrate the ability to independently use electronic tools for locating print and electronic materials to be used for uses including--research, personal growth, exploration and reading for pleasure. If you don't know, type "Don't Know"
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Choose the correct call number for a nonfiction book about Volcanoes by Andrew Klein
E.O.2 - Students will demonstrate the ability to independently use electronic tools for locating print and electronic materials to be used for uses including--research, personal growth, exploration and reading for pleasure.
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Plagiarism occurs when...
Essential Outcome 4: Students will demonstrate safe, ethical, legal, and responsible behavior in the use of information and technology. If you don't know type "Don't Know"
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I can avoid plagiarism by
Essential Outcome 4: Students will demonstrate safe, ethical, legal, and responsible behavior in the use of information and technology. If you don't know type "Don't Know"
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What is a bibliography?
Think back to your project! E.O. 4: demonstrate safe, ethical, legal, and responsible behavior in the use of information and technology
What is a citation?
E.O. 4: demonstrate safe, ethical, legal, and responsible behavior in the use of information and technology
Given a research assignment on great white sharks, where would you find information?
List as many as possible. Essential Outcome 1: Students will learn a continuous cycle of questioning, gathering, synthesizing, evaluating, and using information individually and collaboratively to create new knowledge and apply it to real world situations.
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You have been asked to research the American Revolutionary War. Write a question you could use to research your topic.
E.O.1: Students will learn a continuous cycle of questioning, gathering, synthesizing, evaluating, and using information individually and collaboratively to create new knowledge and apply it to real world situations.
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Look at the question you wrote. What keywords from that questions would you use to research your topic on the Internet?
List all the keywords you would use. E.O.1: Students will learn a continuous cycle of questioning, gathering, synthesizing, evaluating, and using information individually and collaboratively to create new knowledge and apply it to real world situations.
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You have been given a graphic organizer to take notes from the following text: The American Revolution was the war in which Great Britain’s 13 American colonies won their independence. The colonies became a new country, the United States. The revolution began in 1775 and ended in 1783.
Use the space below to write what information you think you should record. E.O.1: Students will learn a continuous cycle of questioning, gathering, synthesizing, evaluating, and using information individually and collaboratively to create new knowledge and apply it to real world situations.
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You have taken the following notes about the Iroquois: Homes-longhouses, treebark frame. Planted-corns, beans, squash. Hunted deer and fish.
Take the information given and write 2 complete sentences.
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Based on how you've answered the questions on this form, write a brief summary evaluating your knowledge of the Essential Outcomes.
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