This class follows the Common Core State Standards for 5th grade English.
Students in this class are required to read at least 30 minutes every day and to turn in a reading log to show their time spent reading. They are also required to write 10 different book reports in an effort to encourage reading and writing about stories. In each of the 18 chapters students will receive two vocabulary lessons, learn about grammar, practice reading different types of literature, and learn skills to be a good writer. Students will learn how to make inferences, read context clues, and read to learn information. To improve their writing skills students will learn how to express opinions, write letters, use literary devices, and use word relationships in poetry. Students will practice comparing and contrasting similar texts.
The goal of this class it to make each student a better reader and a better writer.
1- Course Introduction
2- Grammar Basics, Good Reading Skills and Idea Book
3- Nouns, Predictions, Good Writing Skills
4- Pronouns, Protagonist and Antagonist, Writing Process
5- Verbs, Visualize, Writing Process
6- Subject and Predicates, Characters, Opinions
7- Noun Phrases, Prepositions, Reading to Learn, Research
8- Adjectives, Inferences, Context Clues
9- Adverbs, Asking Questions, Legends
10- Commas, Dialogue, Text Connections, Writer’s Workshop
11- Subordinators, Clauses, Predictions, Letter Writing
12- Prepositions, Contractions, Interjections, Important Idea
13- Roots, Affixes, Summarization
14- Researching, Focusing, Outlining, Reporting
15- Poetry and Word Relationships
16- Titles, Themes, Literary Devices
17- Compare and Contrasting Texts
18- Reading and Writing Fiction
19- Reading and Writing Nonfiction
20- Course Survey
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