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Instruction levels
ELTFoundational ConceptProficient Rigor = 3Exceeds Rigor = 4
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Types & Purpose of Writing - Write clear and coherent arguments, informative and narrative writing for a range of tasks, purposes, and audiences. (CCWA 1, 2, 3, 4, 10)
1*Is skilled at planning and writing details about a certain topic. (Writing Process A-2)(Writing Process) By the end of 5th grade student should be able to …
With guidance and support from peers and adults, develop and strengthen writing as needed by planning, revising, editing, rewriting, or trying a new approach. (W.5)
(In context, After a delay)
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Process of Research - conduct short and sustained research projects based on focused questions, demonstrating understanding of the subject under investigation. (CCWA 7, 10)
1Is skilled at gathering information from pre- selected sources to answer a question. (Gather information A- 2)(Gather Information) By the end of 5th grade student should be able to …Recall relevant information from experiences or gather relevant information from print and digital sources and summarize or paraphrase the information in notes and finished work, and provide a list of sources. (W.8)(In Context, After a Delay, On Demand)
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Process of Research - conduct short and sustained research projects based on focused questions, demonstrating understanding of the subject under investigation. (CCWA 7, 10)
3*Is skilled at making observations, gathering information and sharing important information. (Gather information B)(Gather Information) By the end of 5th grade student should be able to …Recall relevant information from experiences or gather relevant information from print and digital sources and summarize or paraphrase the information in notes and finished work, and provide a list of sources. (W.8)(In context, After a delay, On demand)
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Process of Research - conduct short and sustained research projects based on focused questions, demonstrating understanding of the subject under investigation. (CCWA 7, 10)
5*Is skilled at selecting and organizing information gathered as important for inclusion in a product that informs an audience about a topic. (Gather Info B-2)(Research Process - Selection of Sources) By the end of 5th grade student should be able to …Select sources from literary or informational texts to support analysis, reflection, and research, integrating information from several texts. (W.9)( In context, After a delay)
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Process of Writing - Develop and strengthen writing. (CCWA5)
1Is skilled at using the correct end punctuation for sentences in grade appropriate writing pieces. (Punctuation B)(Punctuation) By the end of 5th grade student should be able to …Demonstrate a grade-level appropriate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing. (L.1; L.2)(In context, After a delay)
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Process of Writing - Develop and strengthen writing. (CCWA5)
1Is skilled at writing words with common spelling patterns (CVe, VCC). (Spelling B)(Spelling) By the end of 5th grade student should be able to …
Demonstrate a grade-level appropriate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing. (L.1; L.2)
(In context, After a delay)
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Process of Writing - Develop and strengthen writing. (CCWA5)
1Understands that a noun is a person, place, thing or idea. (Nouns and Pronouns A-1)(Nouns & Pronouns) By the end of 5th grade student should be able to …
Demonstrate a grade-level appropriate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing. (L.1; L.2)
(Classifying / Categorize the given nouns)
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Process of Writing - Develop and strengthen writing. (CCWA5)
1Understands that a sentence conveys meaning. (Sentences, Conjunctions and Phrases A-1)(Sentences, Conjunctions & Phrases) By the end of 5th grade student should be able to …Demonstrate a grade-level appropriate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing. (L.1; L.2)(Symbolizing/Show, Draw, or Illustrate)
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Process of Writing - Develop and strengthen writing. (CCWA5)
1Understands the basic structure of a sentence. (Sentences, Conjunctions and Phrases A-2)(Sentences, Conjunctions & Phrases) By the end of 5th grade student should be able to …Demonstrate a grade-level appropriate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing. (L.1; L.2)(Symbolizing/Represent)
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Process of Writing - Develop and strengthen writing. (CCWA5)
2Is skilled at capitalizing holidays, organizations and businesses. (Capitalization C)(Capitalization) By the end of 5th grade student should be able to …
Demonstrate a grade-level appropriate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing. (L.1; L.2)
(In context)
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Process of Writing - Develop and strengthen writing. (CCWA5)
2*Is skilled at taking a piece of writing through the process with guidance and feedback. (Writing Process B)(Writing Process) By the end of 5th grade student should be able to …
With guidance and support from peers and adults, develop and strengthen writing as needed by planning, revising, editing, rewriting, or trying a new approach. (W.5)
(In context, After a delay)
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Process of Writing - Develop and strengthen writing. (CCWA5)
2Is skilled at using commas in dates, greetings and closing of letters, addresses, and to separate words in a series. (Punctuation C)(Punctuation) By the end of 5th grade student should be able to …Demonstrate a grade-level appropriate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing. (L.1; L.2)(In context, After a delay)
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Process of Writing - Develop and strengthen writing. (CCWA5)
2Is skilled at writing words with a variety of spelling patterns (VVC, VVCC, VVCe, VCCC and vowels plus r). (Spelling C- 1) (Spelling) By the end of 5th grade student should be able to …
Demonstrate a grade-level appropriate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing. (L.1; L.2)
(In context, After a delay)
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Process of Writing - Develop and strengthen writing. (CCWA5)
2Is skilled at writing words with common short vowel patterns. (Spelling Spelling C-2) (Spelling) By the end of 5th grade student should be able to …
Demonstrate a grade-level appropriate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing. (L.1; L.2)
(In context, After a delay)
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Process of Writing - Develop and strengthen writing. (CCWA5)
2Understands common, proper and possessive nouns. (Nouns and Pronouns B-2)(Nouns & Pronouns) By the end of 5th grade student should be able to …
Demonstrate a grade-level appropriate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing. (L.1; L.2)
(Classifying / Categorize the given nouns)
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Process of Writing - Develop and strengthen writing. (CCWA5)
2Understands that adjectives describe nouns. (Adjectives A)(Adjectives) By the end of 5th grade student should be able to …Demonstrate a grade-level appropriate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing. (L.1; L.2)(Classify/Sort within a given sentence)
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Process of Writing - Develop and strengthen writing. (CCWA5)
2Understands that verbs may show action in a sentence. (Verbs A)(Verbs) By the end of 5th grade student should be able to …Demonstrate a grade-level appropriate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing. (L.1; L.2) (Classify/Sort within a given sentence)
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Process of Writing - Develop and strengthen writing. (CCWA5)
2Understands the appropriate punctuation for each type of sentence. (Sentences, Conjunctions and Phrases B-2)(Sentences, Conjunctions & Phrases) By the end of 5th grade student should be able to …Demonstrate a grade-level appropriate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing. (L.1; L.2)(Analyze Errors/Evaluate)
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Process of Writing - Develop and strengthen writing. (CCWA5)
2Understands the four basic types of sentences (Exclamatory, interrogative, declarative, imperative). (Sentences, Conjunctions and Phrases B-1)(Sentences, Conjunctions & Phrases) By the end of 5th grade student should be able to …Demonstrate a grade-level appropriate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing. (L.1; L.2)(Classifying/Categorize)
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Process of Writing - Develop and strengthen writing. (CCWA5)
2Understands the function of a noun (as the subject) in a sentence. (B-1)(Nouns & Pronouns) By the end of 5th grade student should be able to …
Demonstrate a grade-level appropriate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing. (L.1; L.2)
(Comparing/ Recognize which noun is a subject in a sentence)
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Process of Writing - Develop and strengthen writing. (CCWA5)
3Is skilled at capitalizing appropriate words in titles and salutations, dialogue and abbreviations. (Capitalization D-1)(Capitalization) By the end of 5th grade student should be able to …
Demonstrate a grade-level appropriate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing. (L.1; L.2)
(In context)
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Process of Writing - Develop and strengthen writing. (CCWA5)
3Is skilled at using apostrophes to form contractions and frequently occurring possessives. (Punctuation D-1)(Punctuation) By the end of 5th grade student should be able to …Demonstrate a grade-level appropriate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing. (L.1; L.2) (In context, after a delay)
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Process of Writing - Develop and strengthen writing. (CCWA5)
3Is skilled at using commas and quotation marks in dialogue. (Punctuation D-2)(Punctuation) By the end of 5th grade student should be able to …Demonstrate a grade-level appropriate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing. (L.1; L.2)(In context, after a delay)
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Process of Writing - Develop and strengthen writing. (CCWA5)
3Is skilled at using different kinds of adjectives for a variety of purposes (e.g. color, shape, number, size etc.). (Adjectives B)(Adjectives) By the end of 5th grade student should be able to …Demonstrate a grade-level appropriate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing. (L.1; L.2)(In context, after a delay)
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Process of Writing - Develop and strengthen writing. (CCWA5)
3Is skilled at writing words with long vowel patterns in multi-syllabic words. (Spelling D- 1) (Spelling) By the end of 5th grade student should be able to …
Demonstrate a grade-level appropriate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing. (L.1; L.2)
(In context, After a delay)
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Process of Writing - Develop and strengthen writing. (CCWA5)
3Understands that a pronoun can replace a noun in a sentence. (Nouns and Pronouns A-2)(Nouns & Pronouns) By the end of 5th grade student should be able to …
Demonstrate a grade-level appropriate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing. (L.1; L.2)
(Symbolizing/ Replace nouns with appropriate pronouns )
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Process of Writing - Develop and strengthen writing. (CCWA5)
3Is skilled at using past, present and future verbs. (Verbs B-1)(Verbs) By the end of 5th grade student should be able to …Demonstrate a grade-level appropriate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing. (L.1; L.2)(In context, After a delay)
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Process of Writing - Develop and strengthen writing. (CCWA5)
4Is skilled at using irregular verbs. (Verbs B-2) (Verbs) By the end of 5th grade student should be able to …Demonstrate a grade-level appropriate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing. (L.1; L.2)(In context, After a delay)
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Process of Writing - Develop and strengthen writing. (CCWA5)
4Is skilled at capitalizing product names and geographical names. (Capitalization E)(Capitalization) By the end of 5th grade student should be able to …
Demonstrate a grade-level appropriate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing. (L.1; L.2)
(In context)
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Process of Writing - Develop and strengthen writing. (CCWA5)
4Is skilled at using commas in compound sentences and after interjections. (Punctuation E-1)(Punctuation) By the end of 5th grade student should be able to …Demonstrate a grade-level appropriate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing. (L.1; L.2)(In context, after a delay)
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Process of Writing - Develop and strengthen writing. (CCWA5)
4Is skilled at using compound sentences. (Sentences, Conjunctions and Phrases C-1)(Sentences, Conjunctions & Phrases) By the end of 5th grade student should be able to …Demonstrate a grade-level appropriate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing. (L.1; L.2)(In context, After a delay)
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Process of Writing - Develop and strengthen writing. (CCWA5)
4Is skilled at using conjunctions in a sentence. (Sentences, Conjunctions and Phrases C-3)(Sentences, Conjunctions & Phrases) By the end of 5th grade student should be able to …Demonstrate a grade-level appropriate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing. (L.1; L.2)(In context, After a delay)
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Process of Writing - Develop and strengthen writing. (CCWA5)
4Is skilled at using references to check or correct spelling. (Spelling E)(Spelling) By the end of 5th grade student should be able to …
Demonstrate a grade-level appropriate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing. (L.1; L.2)
(In context, After a delay)
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Process of Writing - Develop and strengthen writing. (CCWA5)
4Is skilled at using subject- verb and pronoun- antecedent agreement. (Sentences, Conjunctions and Phrases C-2)(Sentences, Conjunctions & Phrases) By the end of 5th grade student should be able to …Demonstrate a grade-level appropriate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing. (L.1; L.2)(In context, After a delay)
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Process of Writing - Develop and strengthen writing. (CCWA5)
4Is skilled at using words with irregular vowel patterns in multi-syllabic words. (Spelling D- 2)(Spelling) By the end of 5th grade student should be able to …
Demonstrate a grade-level appropriate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing. (L.1; L.2)
(In context, After a delay)
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Process of Writing - Develop and strengthen writing. (CCWA5)
4Is skilled at writing words with common syllable patterns in multi-syllabic words. (Spelling D- 3)(Spelling) By the end of 5th grade student should be able to …
Demonstrate a grade-level appropriate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing. (L.1; L.2)
(In context, After a delay)
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Process of Writing - Develop and strengthen writing. (CCWA5)
4Understands that adverbs tell when, where, how or how often something happens. (Adverbs A)(Adverbs) By the end of 5th grade student should be able to … Demonstrate a grade-level appropriate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing. (L.1; L.2)(Sort/ Categorize adverbs from a given passage)
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Process of Writing - Develop and strengthen writing. (CCWA5)
5Is skilled at capitalizing historical events, nationalities and religions. (Capitalization D-3)(Capitalization) By the end of 5th grade student should be able to …
Demonstrate a grade-level appropriate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing. (L.1; L.2)
(In context)
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Process of Writing - Develop and strengthen writing. (CCWA5)
5Is skilled at conventional placement of adverbs in a sentence. (Adverbs B-2)(Adverbs) By the end of 5th grade student should be able to … Demonstrate a grade-level appropriate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing. (L.1; L.2)(In context, After delay, such as edit a writing piece)
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Process of Writing - Develop and strengthen writing. (CCWA5)
5Is skilled at using a preposition to indicate relationships among words. (Sentences, Conjunctions + Phrases D-1)(Sentences, Conjunctions & Phrases) By the end of 5th grade student should be able to …Demonstrate a grade-level appropriate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing. (L.1; L.2)(In context, After a delay)
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Process of Writing - Develop and strengthen writing. (CCWA5)
5Is skilled at using a variety of prepositional phrases in sentences. (Sentences, Conjunctions + Phrases D-2)(Sentences, Conjunctions & Phrases) By the end of 5th grade student should be able to …Demonstrate a grade-level appropriate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing. (L.1; L.2)(In context, After a delay)
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Process of Writing - Develop and strengthen writing. (CCWA5)
5Is skilled at using different kinds of adverbs for a variety of purposes. (Adverbs B-1)(Adverbs) By the end of 5th grade student should be able to … Demonstrate a grade-level appropriate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing. (L.1; L.2)(In context, After delay, such as edit a writing piece)
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Process of Writing - Develop and strengthen writing. (CCWA5)
5*Is skilled at using feedback during the writing process to revise for meaning and edit for conventions. (Writing Process C)(Writing Process) By the end of 5th grade student should be able to …
With guidance and support from peers and adults, develop and strengthen writing as needed by planning, revising, editing, rewriting, or trying a new approach. (W.5)
(In complex contexts, After a delay)
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Process of Writing - Develop and strengthen writing. (CCWA5)
KIs skilled at capitalizing the first word in a sentence and the word "I". (Capitalization A)(Capitalization) By the end of 5th grade student should be able to ...Demonstrate a grade-level appropriate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing. (L.1; L.2)(In context, After a delay)
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Process of Writing - Develop and strengthen writing. (CCWA5)
KUnderstands that words have letter patterns (VC, CVC) that are connected to sounds. (Spelling A)(Spelling) By the end of 5th grade student should be able to …Demonstrate a grade-level appropriate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing. (L.1; L.2)(Classifying/Sort)
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Process of Writing - Develop and strengthen writing. (CCWA5)
K*Understands that writers use end punctuation for a specific purpose. (Punctuation A)(Punctuation) By the end of 5th grade student should be able to …Demonstrate a grade-level appropriate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing. (L.1; L.2)(Integrating/Describe why)
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Process of Research - conduct short and sustained research projects based on focused questions, demonstrating understanding of the subject under investigation. (CCWA 7, 10)
1Is skilled at gathering information from personal experiences to answer a question. (Gather information A-1)(Gather Information) By the end of 5th grade student should be able to …Recall relevant information from experiences or gather relevant information from print and digital sources and summarize or paraphrase the information in notes and finished work, and provide a list of sources. (W.8)(In Context, After a Delay)
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Reading Comprehension & Interpretation –Read, comprehend, interpret, analyze and evaluate appropriately complex literary and informational texts independently and (CCRA 7, 10)
1Understands a narrator tells a story. (Narration A)(Narration) By the end of 5th grade students should be able to …Describe how a narrator's or speaker's point of view influences how events are described (RL6)(Comparing / Differentiate between stories that have a narrator and texts that do not)
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Reading Comprehension & Interpretation –Read, comprehend, interpret, analyze and evaluate appropriately complex literary and informational texts independently and (CCRA 7, 10)
1Understands how images and diagrams contribute to and clarify a text. (Text Structures and Features A-2)(Text Structures & Features)By the end of 5th grade students should be able to …Compare and contrast the overall structure (e.g., chronology, comparison, cause/effect, problem/solution) of events, ideas, concepts, or information in two or more literary and informational texts. (RL+RI.5)(Comparing / differentiate the info given or expanded by)
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Reading Comprehension & Interpretation –Read, comprehend, interpret, analyze and evaluate appropriately complex literary and informational texts independently and (CCRA 7, 10)
1*Understands the central message, moral, or lesson in literature is supported by relevant details. (Theme B)(Theme) By the end of 5th grade students should be able to … Determine the theme of a story, drama or poem from details in the text; summarize the text (RL.2)Analysis/Analyzing Errors
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Reading Comprehension & Interpretation –Read, comprehend, interpret, analyze and evaluate appropriately complex literary and informational texts independently and (CCRA 7, 10)
1Understands the relationship between illustrations and text. (Text Structures and Features A-1)(Text Structures & Features)By the end of 5th grade students should be able to …Compare and contrast the overall structure (e.g., chronology, comparison, cause/effect, problem/solution) of events, ideas, concepts, or information in two or more literary and informational texts. (RL+RI.5)(Abstracting / Compare and contrast what each is telling about the story or topic. regarding)
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Reading Comprehension & Interpretation –Read, comprehend, interpret, analyze and evaluate appropriately complex literary and informational texts independently and (CCRA 7, 10)
2Is skilled at using text features to locate facts and information. (Text Structures and Features B-2)(Text Structures & Features)By the end of 5th grade students should be able to …Compare and contrast the overall structure (e.g., chronology, comparison, cause/effect, problem/solution) of events, ideas, concepts, or information in two or more literary and informational texts. (RL+RI.5)(In context)
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Reading Comprehension & Interpretation –Read, comprehend, interpret, analyze and evaluate appropriately complex literary and informational texts independently and (CCRA 7, 10)
2Understands key details of text: who, what, where, when, why, how. (Central Idea A)(Central idea) By the end of 5th grade students should be able to …
Determine two or more main ideas of a text and explain how they are supported by key details. (RI.2)
(Constructing Support / Cite textual evidence)
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Reading Comprehension & Interpretation –Read, comprehend, interpret, analyze and evaluate appropriately complex literary and informational texts independently and (CCRA 7, 10)
2*Understands stories are made up of interconnected events that make up the whole and be able to distinguish their place (beginning, middle and end) in the whole story. (Plot Development A)(Plot Development) By the end of 5th grade students should be able to …
Explain the relationships or interactions between two or more individuals, events, ideas, or concepts in a literary or informational text based on specific information in the text. (RL+RI.3)
Analysis/Abstacting
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Reading Comprehension & Interpretation –Read, comprehend, interpret, analyze and evaluate appropriately complex literary and informational texts independently and (CCRA 7, 10)
2Understands the author has a point of view. (Author’s Reasoning/Point of View A)Author’s Reasoning/Point of View
By the end of 5th grade students should be able to …
Analyze multiple accounts of the same event or topic, noting important similarities and differences in the point of view they represent. (RL+RI.6)
(Abstracting / Compare and Contrast different texts on same event or topic to see the similarities and differences in)
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Reading Comprehension & Interpretation –Read, comprehend, interpret, analyze and evaluate appropriately complex literary and informational texts independently and (CCRA 7, 10)
2Understands the relationship between illustrations and text. (Text Structures and Features B-1)(Text Structures & Features)By the end of 5th grade students should be able to …Compare and contrast the overall structure (e.g., chronology, comparison, cause/effect, problem/solution) of events, ideas, concepts, or information in two or more literary and informational texts. (RL+RI.5)(Abstracting / Compare and contrast what each is telling about the story or topic. regarding)
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Reading Comprehension & Interpretation –Read, comprehend, interpret, analyze and evaluate appropriately complex literary and informational texts independently and (CCRA 7, 10)
3* Understands the central message of a story. (Theme B-3)(Theme) By the end of 5th grade students should be able to … Determine the theme of a story, drama or poem from details in the text; summarize the text (RL.2)(Integrating / Identify the central message of a story)
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Reading Comprehension & Interpretation –Read, comprehend, interpret, analyze and evaluate appropriately complex literary and informational texts independently and (CCRA 7, 10)
3* Understands differences between multiple accounts of the same event and/or subject. (Author’s Reasoning/Point of View B-2)Author’s Reasoning/Point of View
By the end of 5th grade students should be able to …
Analyze multiple accounts of the same event or topic, noting important similarities and differences in the point of view they represent. (RL+RI.6)
(Analysis/Abstacting)
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Reading Comprehension & Interpretation –Read, comprehend, interpret, analyze and evaluate appropriately complex literary and informational texts independently and (CCRA 7, 10)
3Understands the author's ideas are supported by facts. (Author's Reasoning/Point of View B-1)Author’s Reasoning/Point of View
By the end of 5th grade students should be able to …
Analyze multiple accounts of the same event or topic, noting important similarities and differences in the point of view they represent. (RL+RI.6)
(Construct Support / Cite textual evidence)
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Reading Comprehension & Interpretation –Read, comprehend, interpret, analyze and evaluate appropriately complex literary and informational texts independently and (CCRA 7, 10)
3Understands the central message, moral, or lesson in literature is supported by relevant details (Theme B-4)(Theme) By the end of 5th grade students should be able to … Determine the theme of a story, drama or poem from details in the text; summarize the text (RL.2)(Construct Support / Cite textual evidence)
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Reading Comprehension & Interpretation –Read, comprehend, interpret, analyze and evaluate appropriately complex literary and informational texts independently and (CCRA 7, 10)
3Understands the feelings and actions of characters in a story. (Character Development A)Character Development By the end of 5th grade students should be able to …
Explain the relationships or interactions between two or more individuals, events, ideas, or concepts in a literary or informational text based on specific information in the text. (RL+RI.3)
(Abstracting / Compare and contrast)
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Reading Comprehension & Interpretation –Read, comprehend, interpret, analyze and evaluate appropriately complex literary and informational texts independently and (CCRA 7, 10)
3*Understands the main idea is supported by details. (Central Idea B-2) primary/secondary details(Central idea) By the end of 5th grade students should be able to …
Determine two or more main ideas of a text and explain how they are supported by key details. (RI.2)
Analysis/Constructing Support
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Reading Comprehension & Interpretation –Read, comprehend, interpret, analyze and evaluate appropriately complex literary and informational texts independently and (CCRA 7, 10)
3Understands the main idea of a paragraph. (Central Idea B-2)(Central idea) By the end of 5th grade students should be able to …
Determine two or more main ideas of a text and explain how they are supported by key details. (RI.2)
(Construct Support / Cite textual evidence)
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Reading Comprehension & Interpretation –Read, comprehend, interpret, analyze and evaluate appropriately complex literary and informational texts independently and (CCRA 7, 10)
4*Understands the plot of the story beyond the literal. (Plot Development B)(Plot Development) By the end of 5th grade students should be able to …
Explain the relationships or interactions between two or more individuals, events, ideas, or concepts in a literary or informational text based on specific information in the text. (RL+RI.3)
(Comprehension/Integrating)
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Reading Comprehension & Interpretation –Read, comprehend, interpret, analyze and evaluate appropriately complex literary and informational texts independently and (CCRA 7, 10)
4*Is skilled at summarizing texts (Plot Development C) complexity of passage challenges(Plot Development) By the end of 5th grade students should be able to …
Explain the relationships or interactions between two or more individuals, events, ideas, or concepts in a literary or informational text based on specific information in the text. (RL+RI.3)
(In Context)
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Reading Comprehension & Interpretation –Read, comprehend, interpret, analyze and evaluate appropriately complex literary and informational texts independently and (CCRA 7, 10)
4*Understands firsthand and secondhand account of the same topic or event. (Author’s Reasoning/Point of View C)Author’s Reasoning/Point of View
By the end of 5th grade students should be able to …
Analyze multiple accounts of the same event or topic, noting important similarities and differences in the point of view they represent. (RL+RI.6)
(Comprehension/Integrating)
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Reading Comprehension & Interpretation –Read, comprehend, interpret, analyze and evaluate appropriately complex literary and informational texts independently and (CCRA 7, 10)
4Understands the distinction between first and third person in narration. (Narration B-1)(Narration) By the end of 5th grade students should be able to …Describe how a narrator's or speaker's point of view influences how events are described (RL6)(Comparing / Differentiate)
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Reading Comprehension & Interpretation –Read, comprehend, interpret, analyze and evaluate appropriately complex literary and informational texts independently and (CCRA 7, 10)
4*Understands the narrator has a distinct point of view. (Narration B-2)(Narration) By the end of 5th grade students should be able to …Describe how a narrator's or speaker's point of view influences how events are described (RL6)(Analysis/Constructing Support)
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Reading Comprehension & Interpretation –Read, comprehend, interpret, analyze and evaluate appropriately complex literary and informational texts independently and (CCRA 7, 10)
5Understands characters can affect one another in a story. (Character Development B)Character Development By the end of 5th grade students should be able to …
Explain the relationships or interactions between two or more individuals, events, ideas, or concepts in a literary or informational text based on specific information in the text. (RL+RI.3)
(Inductive / Infer or draw conclusions about how)
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Reading Comprehension & Interpretation –Read, comprehend, interpret, analyze and evaluate appropriately complex literary and informational texts independently and (CCRA 7, 10)
5Understands how descriptive words and phrases in texts provide meaning (Use of Language A)(Use of Language) By the end of 5th grade students should be able to...Determine the meaning of academic and domain-specific words and phrases as they are used in a text, including figurative language. (RL+RI.4; L.4,5,6) (Construct Support / Cite textual evidence that shows the)
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Reading Comprehension & Interpretation –Read, comprehend, interpret, analyze and evaluate appropriately complex literary and informational texts independently and (CCRA 7, 10)
5*Understands how to acquire meaning of new words and phrases based on context clues (Vocabulary A) harder the text harder the cueing(Vocabulary)By the end of 5th grade students should be able to …
Determine the meaning of academic and domain-specific words and phrases as they are used in a text. (RL+RI.4; L.4,5,6)
Analysis/Constructing Support
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Reading Comprehension & Interpretation –Read, comprehend, interpret, analyze and evaluate appropriately complex literary and informational texts independently and (CCRA 7, 10)
5*Understands the thoughts and words of characters in a story and how they support actions of the characters or support the central message . (Character Development A)Character Development By the end of 5th grade students should be able to …
Explain the relationships or interactions between two or more individuals, events, ideas, or concepts in a literary or informational text based on specific information in the text. (RL+RI.3)
Analysis/Constructing Support
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Reading Comprehension & Interpretation –Read, comprehend, interpret, analyze and evaluate appropriately complex literary and informational texts independently and (CCRA 7, 10)
5Understands words can be grouped based on meaning and word structure. (Vocabulary B)(Vocabulary)By the end of 5th grade students should be able to …
Determine the meaning of academic and domain-specific words and phrases as they are used in a text. (RL+RI.4; L.4,5,6)
(Abstracting / Identifies and groups)
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Reading Comprehension & Interpretation –Read, comprehend, interpret, analyze and evaluate appropriately complex literary and informational texts independently and (CCRA 7, 10)
K*Understands stories have a central message. (Theme A) complexity of text(Theme) By the end of 5th grade students should be able to … Determine the theme of a story, drama or poem from details in the text; summarize the text (RL.2)(Comprehension/Integrating)
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Reading Foundations – Understand concepts of print and basic conventions of English. (CCRF)
1DRA2 Oral Reading Fluency in independent range 18. (Fluency B)(Fluency)By the end of 5th grade students should be able to …
Read grade level text with purpose, sufficient accuracy rate, and expression to support understanding. (RF.4)
(In context)
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Reading Foundations – Understand concepts of print and basic conventions of English. (CCRF)
1Is skilled at at manipulating phonemes in single syllable words. (Phonological Awareness E)(Phonological Awareness) By the end of 5th grade students should be able to …Demonstrate an understanding of spoken words, syllables and sounds (phonemes). (RF.2)(On demand is able to add, delete or substitute)
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Reading Foundations – Understand concepts of print and basic conventions of English. (CCRF)
1*Is skilled at decoding regularly spelled one-syllable words containing digraphs and blends. (Phonics B-1)(Phonics)By the end of 5th grade students should be able to …Know and apply grade level phonics skills in decoding words. (RF.3)(In context)
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Reading Foundations – Understand concepts of print and basic conventions of English. (CCRF)
1Is skilled at decoding words with final e and long vowels with multiple spellings. (Phonics B-2)(Phonics)By the end of 5th grade students should be able to …Know and apply grade level phonics skills in decoding words. (RF.3)(In context)
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Reading Foundations – Understand concepts of print and basic conventions of English. (CCRF)
1*Is skilled at using what is known to solve unknown words. (Word Recognition B-1)(Word Recognition)By the end of 5th grade students should be able to …
Know and apply grade level word- analysis skills in decoding words. (RF.3)
(In context, without prompting and as needed uses)
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Reading Foundations – Understand concepts of print and basic conventions of English. (CCRF)
1Understands to represent a sentence is a group of words beginning with an uppercase letter and ending with punctuation. (Print Concepts D)(Print Concepts) By the end of 5th grade students should be able to …
Demonstrate an understanding of the organization and basic features of print. (RF.1)
(Draw/write a series of grouped letters a.k.a words with spaces)
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Reading Foundations – Understand concepts of print and basic conventions of English. (CCRF)
2DRA2 Oral Reading Fluency in independent range - 28. (Fluency C)(Fluency)By the end of 5th grade students should be able to …
Read grade level text with purpose, sufficient accuracy rate, and expression to support understanding. (RF.4)
(In context)
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Reading Foundations – Understand concepts of print and basic conventions of English. (CCRF)
2*Is skilled at decoding multi-syllabic words. (Phonics D-1)(Phonics)By the end of 5th grade students should be able to …Know and apply grade level phonics skills in decoding words. (RF.3)In context
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Reading Foundations – Understand concepts of print and basic conventions of English. (CCRF)
2Is skilled at decoding two- syllable words with long and short vowel sounds. (Phonics C-1)(Phonics)By the end of 5th grade students should be able to …Know and apply grade level phonics skills in decoding words. (RF.3)(In context)
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Reading Foundations – Understand concepts of print and basic conventions of English. (CCRF)
2Is skilled at decoding words with inconsistent spelling-sound correspondence. (Phonics D-2)(Phonics)By the end of 5th grade students should be able to …Know and apply grade level phonics skills in decoding words. (RF.3)(In context)
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Reading Foundations – Understand concepts of print and basic conventions of English. (CCRF)
2Is skilled at decoding words with prefixes, suffixes and common endings. (Phonics C-2)*(Phonics)By the end of 5th grade students should be able to …Know and apply grade level phonics skills in decoding words. (RF.3)(In context)
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Reading Foundations – Understand concepts of print and basic conventions of English. (CCRF)
2Is skilled at producing long vowel sounds. (Phonics B-3)(Phonics)By the end of 5th grade students should be able to …Know and apply grade level phonics skills in decoding words. (RF.3)(In context)
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Reading Foundations – Understand concepts of print and basic conventions of English. (CCRF)
2*Is skilled at taking words apart to solve them. (Word Recognition C)(Word Recognition)By the end of 5th grade students should be able to …
Know and apply grade level word- analysis skills in decoding words. (RF.3)
(In context, without prompting takes)
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Reading Foundations – Understand concepts of print and basic conventions of English. (CCRF)
2*Is skilled at using context to determine a word. (Word Recognition D-1)(Word Recognition)By the end of 5th grade students should be able to …
Know and apply grade level word- analysis skills in decoding words. (RF.3)
(In context)
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Reading Foundations – Understand concepts of print and basic conventions of English. (CCRF)
3DRA2 Oral Reading Fluency in independent range - 38. (Fluency D)(Fluency)By the end of 5th grade students should be able to …
Read grade level text with purpose, sufficient accuracy rate, and expression to support understanding. (RF.4)
(In context)
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Reading Foundations – Understand concepts of print and basic conventions of English. (CCRF)
4DRA2 Oral Reading Fluency in independent range - 40. (Fluency E)(Fluency)By the end of 5th grade students should be able to …
Read grade level text with purpose, sufficient accuracy rate, and expression to support understanding. (RF.4)
(In context)
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Reading Foundations – Understand concepts of print and basic conventions of English. (CCRF)
4*Is skilled at using reference tools to solve words. (Word Recognition E-1 )(Fluency)By the end of 5th grade students should be able to …
Read grade level text with purpose, sufficient accuracy rate, and expression to support understanding. (RF.4)
(In context)
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Reading Foundations – Understand concepts of print and basic conventions of English. (CCRF)
5DRA2 Oral Reading Fluency in independent range - 50. (Fluency F)(Fluency)By the end of 5th grade students should be able to …
Read grade level text with purpose, sufficient accuracy rate, and expression to support understanding. (RF.4)
(In context)
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Reading Foundations – Understand concepts of print and basic conventions of English. (CCRF)
KDRA2 Oral Reading Fluency in independent range - 4. (Fluency A)(Fluency)By the end of 5th grade students should be able to …
Read grade level text with purpose, sufficient accuracy rate, and expression to support understanding. (RF.4)
(In context)
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Reading Foundations – Understand concepts of print and basic conventions of English. (CCRF)
K*Is skilled at at producing short vowel sounds. (Phonics A-2) complexity of word challenges(Phonics)By the end of 5th grade students should be able to …Know and apply grade level phonics skills in decoding words. (RF.3)(After a delay, on demand, student can produce)
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Reading Foundations – Understand concepts of print and basic conventions of English. (CCRF)
K*Is skilled at blending and segmenting onset and rime in single syllable words. (Phonological Awareness D-2) word attack need(Phonological Awareness) By the end of 5th grade students should be able to …Demonstrate an understanding of spoken words, syllables and sounds (phonemes). (RF.2)(After a delay, in context, can identify and pronounce/produce part of the syllable that precedes the vowel of the syllable separately from the rest of the syllable and then produce/pronounce them in succession)
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Reading Foundations – Understand concepts of print and basic conventions of English. (CCRF)
KIs skilled at blending and segmenting phonemes in spoken words. (Phonological Awareness D-1)(Phonological Awareness) By the end of 5th grade students should be able to …Demonstrate an understanding of spoken words, syllables and sounds (phonemes). (RF.2)(After a delay, in context, can identify by pronouncing individually or in succession)
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Reading Foundations – Understand concepts of print and basic conventions of English. (CCRF)
KIs skilled at blending and segmenting syllables in spoken words. (Phonological Awareness C)(Phonological Awareness) By the end of 5th grade students should be able to …Demonstrate an understanding of spoken words, syllables and sounds (phonemes). (RF.2) (In context, can count and pronounce)
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Reading Foundations – Understand concepts of print and basic conventions of English. (CCRF)
KIs skilled at producing produce one syllable rhyming words. (Phonological Awareness B)(Phonological Awareness) By the end of 5th grade students should be able to …Demonstrate an understanding of spoken words, syllables and sounds (phonemes). (RF.2)(After a delay, in context, as appropriate can)
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Reading Foundations – Understand concepts of print and basic conventions of English. (CCRF)
K*Is skilled at producing the primary sound of each consonant. (Phonics A-1)(Phonics)By the end of 5th grade students should be able to …Know and apply grade level phonics skills in decoding words. (RF.3)(After a delay, on demand but in a context other than letter naming, student is able to produce)
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