Standards Addressed in Lesson:
• ELA.5.V.1.1 – recognize/use academic vocabulary in speaking and writing
• ELA.5.V.1.3 – apply knowledge of Greek and Latin Roots and affixes, recognizing the connection between affixes and parts of speech, to determine meaning.
• ELA.5.R.1.1 – Analyze how setting, events, conflict, and characterization contribute to the plot in a literary text.
• ELA.5.R.1.3 – Describe how an author develops a characters perspective in a literary text.
• ELA.5.R.2.1 – explain how text structures and/or features contribute to overall meaning.
• ELA.5.R.2.2 – explain how relevant details support the central idea(s)
• ELA.5.R.2.3 – Analyze an author’s purpose and/or perspective in an informational text.
• ELA.5.R.2.4 – track the development of an argument, identifying the specific claim(s), evidence, and reasoning
• ELA.5.R.3.2b – summarize an information test to enhance comprehension; include central idea(s) and relevant details
• ELA.5.F.1.3 – apply knowledge of letter-sound correspondences, syllabication patterns, and morphology to read/write unfamiliar single-syllable and multisyllabic words
• ELA.5.F.1.4 – read with accuracy, automaticity, and prosody or expression
• ELA.5.C.1.1 – demonstrate fluent and legible cursive writing skills
• ELA.5.C.1.4 – write expository texts about a topic using multiple sources including an organizational structure, relevant elaboration, and varied transitions
• ELA.5.C.1.5 – improve writing by planning, revising, and editing
• ELA.5.C.2.1 – write personal or fictional narratives using a logical sequence/use techniques: dialogue, description, transitional words and phrases
• ELA.5.C.3.1 – Follow the rules of standard English grammar, punctuation, capitalization, and spelling appropriate to grade level.
• ELA.5.C.4.1 – conduct research to answer a question, organize information about a topic and using multiple reliable and valid sources.
• SS.5.A.3.1 – Describe technological developments that shaped European exploration.
• SS.5.A.3.2 – Investigate (nationality, sponsoring country, motives, dates and routes of travel, accomplishments) the European explorers.
• SS.5.A.3.3 – Describe interactions among Native American, Africans, English, French, Dutch, and Spanish for control of North America.
• Novel Study I Love You Michael Collins
• Grammar morning work
• Centers – writing, spelling/vocab, research, reading fluency, specific skill practice
• Writing an opinion essay
• Summarizing a literary text
Root: phon – sound
suffix: -er, -or, -ian, -ist – person who
1. Homophone – a word that is pronounced the same as another word but is different in meaning or spelling.
2. Microphone – a device into which people speak or sing in order to record their voices or to make them sound louder.
3. Phonics – a method of teaching people to read and pronounce words by learning the sounds of letters, letter groups, and syllables.
4. Saxophone – a musical instrument that has a curved metal tube and is played by blowing into a mouthpiece and pressing keys with your fingers.
5. Symphony – a long piece of music that is usually in four large, separate sections and is performed by an orchestra or band.
6. Reporter – a person who writes news stories for a newspaper, magazine, etc. or who tells people the news on radio or television.
7. Predecessor – a person who had a job or position before someone else; something that comes before something else.
8. Physician – a medical doctor, especially a doctor who is not a surgeon.
9. Pianist – a person who plays the piano.
10. Colonist – a person who lives in a colony; a person who helps create a colony.
Trunk-or-treat – October 22. We are collecting fun size m&m’s if anyone would be able to donate a bag.
*all plans are subject to change
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