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CCSS Fifth Grade Curriculum Map 2017-2018   

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Weeks


ELA Literary and Informational  Standards


RI.7/RL.10/RI.10-ongoing


Word Study

Spelling


Academic Vocabulary


RI.4-ongoing


Writing


RI.8 Ongoing


ELA Conventions Standards


L2e, L4a, L4b On-going


Social Studies


Resources

First Nine Weeks

Progression for Rigorous Text     Rigorous Text Diagram

8/7/17

Week 1

Grasp/ Benchmark

STAR Reading Assessment


Introduction/Review to CAFE

-What do good readers do?

- Comprehension, Accuracy, Fluency, Extended Vocabulary

- Daily 5

-Model good reading through think alouds

Review Short and Long vowels

For social studies academic vocabulary see the list in the learning resources.

-Adjectives

-Adjective -Phrases

-Adverbial Clause

-Adverbs

-Collective Noun

-Common Noun

-Proper Noun

-Comparative    Adjective

-Comparative Adverb

-Modified

Review of the Writing Process


-introduce journal; model how to reflect upon reading/topic

(journaling will continue throughout the year)

-build writing stamina


Incorporate Science and SS into journal topics

-Review the parts of speech and types of sentences (spiral throughout the year)

-nouns,verbs, pronouns, adjectives, adverbs, conjunctions, prepositions, & interjections


(Context clues review each week)

 

SS5CG1

Citizenship and Bill of Rights

 

Informational Text Anchor Chart


Inferences Interactive Notebook


NEWSELA

Main Idea Anchor Chart

8/14/17

Week 2

Introduce 4 Powerhouse Standards of Reading

Summarize/Predict/

Question/ Clarify

-Create an anchor chart

-Orally summarize after read aloud

-Students can keep a journal of summaries/vocabulary words each time they read a

new passage, story, or chapter.


Suggested Mentor Text:

Frindle

Holes

Dear Mr. Henshaw

Steal Away Home

Lemonade War

Homophones

 

-dictionary

-encyclopedia

-thesaurus


Independently Proficiently Fluently Complexity


Quote Annotation Explicit Implicit Inference Literary Informational Fiction Non-Fiction Close Reading Genres Claim Thesis Paraphrase Summarize

Review of the Writing Process


-Summary writing- model topic sentence, details, & conclusion (paragraph)

-reflective journals from mentor text (journaling will continue throughout the year)

-include new vocabulary

L4c: Consult reference materials


ELA5SL4: Report on a topic or a text (Genius Hour)

SS5CG2/SS5CG3

Amendment process and representative democracy (12,17, 15,19,23,24,26)

 


Genius Hour

8/21/17

Week 3


*Think Alouds are ongoing during the year with mentor texts

(informational, fiction, and poetry)

Skill to Maintain- Connecting with Text

Make connections between the text of a story, drama and visual/oral presentation.

Homophones


-Summary writing -model topic sentence, details, & conclusion (paragraph)

-

L1a:  Coordinating Conjunctions  & Function in a Sentence (FANBOYS)


Coordinating vs. Subordinating

SS5E1

Trade, opportunity cost, specialization, voluntary exchange, productivity, price incentives


*Introduce vocabulary- explain further based off sub-categories found in standards A-F

 

Coordinating Conjunction

 

8/28/17

Week 4

RL.3/RL.5/RI.8

Story Elements with Characters, Setting, and Main Events


Author’s Purpose

Structure of passages

Review open and closed syllables

Protagonist Characterization Setting Plot Resolution Rising Action Climax Falling Action


Structure Chapter


Claim

Reasoning Evidence Support Valid Logic

W9, RL1, RLI

Constructed Response-

Answering questions in complete sentences and constructed response that applies for understanding


(continue throughout the year)

L1e: Correlative Conjunctions

SS5E2 A-D

SS5E4

Functions of household, businesses, banks and government

 

9/5/17

(4 day week)


Week 5

*Labor Day

RL.3/RL.5/RI.8

Story Elements with Characters, Setting, and Main Events


Author’s Purpose

Review open and closed syllables

W9, RL1, RLI

Constructed Response-

Answering questions in complete sentences and constructed response that applies for understanding


(continue throughout the year)

L1a: Prepositions & Functions in a Sentence

What are appositives?

SS5E3A-C

SS5E4

Competition and markets, personal income and entrepreneurs

9/11/17

Week 6

RL.1

Inferencing-Quote accurately from a text

Closed and Magic E syllables

Quote Annotation Explicit Implicit Inference Literary Informational Fiction Non-Fiction Close Reading Genres Claim Thesis Paraphrase Summarize

W3- Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique, descriptive details, and clear event sequences.

Narrative Writing  

What are the elements of a narrative piece of writing?


beginning, middle, and end

(transitional words and phrases)

L1a: Prepositions & Functions in a Sentence

SS5H1 A/B

Causes of the civil war

9/18/17

Week 7

RL.1 , RL.4

Context Clues/Inferencing

Closed and Magic E syllables

Denotation Connotation Literal Concrete Idiom Metaphor Simile Figurative Language Personification Hyperbole Alliteration Irony Onomatopoeia

W3- Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique, descriptive details, and clear event sequences.

Narrative Writing  

-establish a situation and introduce a narrator and/or characters , organize an event sequence that unfolds naturally

beginning, middle, and end

(transitional words and phrases)

L1d: Verb tenses and shifts in verb tenses

(Past, present, future, perfect)

SS5H1 C

Battles of the Civil War

Sequencing-

Major Events in a Sequence Youtube video

9/25/17

Week 8

RL.2

Theme Vs. Main Idea


Determine the theme and main idea of a story based on text evidence.


Distinguish the difference between the main idea and theme of a story.

Words with “able” and “ible”

Theme Drama Poetry Summarize Character Speaker Main Idea Protagonist Paraphrase Speaker

W3- Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique, descriptive details, and clear event sequences.

Narrative Writing  

-establish a situation and introduce a narrator and/or characters , organize an event sequence that unfolds naturally

(use dialogue and description)

L1b:  Perfect Verb Tenses

S5H1 D

Important leaders/figures of the Civil War.

Compare and Contrast-

Compare and Contrast Youtube video  

10/2/17

4 Day Week

Workday-Friday

Week 9

RL.2

Theme/Character Traits


How did the theme of the story change?


How did the characters respond to the challenge?

Words with “able” and “ible”

W3- Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique, descriptive details, and clear event sequences.

Narrative Writing  

-establish a situation and introduce a narrator and/or characters , organize an event sequence that unfolds naturally

(use dialogue and description)

L2a,b,c:  Commas in a Series, Commas to Separate Introductory Elements, Commas to Set Off the Words Yes and No

SS5H1 E

Effects of the war on the North and South

Cause and Effect and Problem/ Solution (together)-

Cause and Effect and Problem/Solution Youtube Video  

Problem and Solution-

Problem and Solution Youtube Video


Parade Surprise (GoFar passage) - Theme
Parade Surprise Passage

10/10/17

4 day week

Columbus Day

Week 10

RL.2/RL.9

Compare and contrast the theme of two stories

Review, catch up and enrich

Genre Compare/Contrast

Theme

Topic Sub-genres (all types)


Informative/Explanatory Fact Non Fiction Explicit Opinion Summary Bias Claim Paraphrase Extraneous

ELA W1: Opinion Writing- introduce structure


RI.1  Quote Accurately from a text (Informational)

L2a,b,c:  Commas in a Series, Commas to Separate Introductory Elements, Commas to Set Off the Words Yes and No

SS5H2 A/B

13th, 14th, 15th Amendments and Freedmen’s Bureau

10/16/17

Week 11

RI.2/RI.8

Main idea from informational pieces

-Summarize an informational text

-Begin Text Structures

Chronology

Comparison

Cause/Effect

Problem/Solution

Description

Silent e and th words

Summary Paraphrase Fact Opinion Main Idea Key Detail Extraneous Objective Theme


Claim Reasoning Evidence Support Valid Logic

ELA W1: Opinion Writing-

RI.1  Quote Accurately from a text (Informational)

L2d:  Punctuating Titles


Underlining, quotation marks, and italics to indicate titles of works


SS5H2 C

Slavery, Sharecropping, Jim Crow Laws/segregation

10/23/17

Week 12

RI.2/RI.8

Main idea from informational pieces/ transition to determining two or more main ideas of text and supporting with key details

-Summarize an

informational text

- Text Structures

Silent e and th words

ELAW1: Opinion Writing


RI.1  Quote Accurately from a text (Informational)

L5a: Interpret Figurative Language, including similes and metaphors, in context

SS5H3 A/B

Cattle Trails and inventors

Begin

10/30/17

Week 13

RI.2/RI.8

Main idea from informational pieces/ transition to determining two or more main ideas of text and supporting with key details

-Summarize an informational text

-Text Structures

Adding endings to roots endings with”c” and “ck”

 

ELAW1: Opinion Writing


RI.1  Quote Accurately from a text (Informational)

L5a: Interpret Figurative Language, including similes and metaphors, in context


SS5H3 C/D/E

Spanish-American war, Panama Canal, Mckinley/Roosevelt, immigration, westward expansion (Battle of Little Big Horn)

11/6/17

Week 14

RI.5 Compare and Contrast two informational pieces


Text Structures

Chronology

Comparison

Cause/Effect

Problem/Solution

Description

Adding endings to roots endings with”c” and “ck”

Topic Sentence Evidence Support Transition Introduction Conclusion Chronological Logical Compare/Contrast Cause/Effect Order Of Importance Problem/Solution

Integrate Synthesize Topic Point Of View Citation

ELAW2:Informational Writing- introduce structure


RI.1  Quote Accurately from a text (Informational)


R.I.9 Integrate information from several texts on the same topic in order to write or speak about the subject knowledge

L5b: Recognize and explain the meaning of idioms, adages, and proverbs

SS5H4 A

US involvement/contributions to WWI

11/13/17

Week 15

RI.5 Compare and Contrast two informational pieces


Chronology

Comparison

Cause/Effect

Problem/Solution

Description

Common number roots/affixes

Domain-Specific

Literal Figurative Connotation Denotation

Root

Suffix Etymology (Word Origin)

ELAW2 Informational Writing- develop topic with facts, definitions, concrete details, quotations, or other information and examples related to the topic  


RI.1  Quote Accurately from a text (Informational)

L5c: Use the relationship between particular words (synonyms, antonyms, and homographs) to better understand each of the words


 

SS5H4 B

Roaring 20’s

11/27/17

Week 16

RI.3/RI.6

-Explain the relationships or interactions between two or more individuals, events, ideas, etc..

-Analyze multiple accounts of the same event or topic.

Common number roots/affixes

Concept Context Interaction Informational Text-Based Extraneous Relevant Historical Text Scientific Text Technical Text


Topic Similarities/Differences Point Of View Perspective Bias Spin Journalism Account Summary Analysis Attitude Interpretation

ELAW2 Informational Writing- develop topic with facts, definitions, concrete details, quotations, or other information and examples related to the topic  


RI.1  Quote Accurately from a text (Informational)

L5c: Use the relationship between particular words (synonyms, antonyms, and homographs) to better understand each of the words

L4c: Consult reference materials (dictionaries, glossaries, and thesauruses).

SS5H5 A-B

Stock Market Crash and New Deal, Dust Bowl

(begin New Deal-CCC, WPA, TVA)

12/4/17

Week 17

RI.3/RI.6

-Explain the relationships or interactions between two or more individuals, events, ideas, etc..

-Analyze multiple accounts of the same event or topic.

Common number roots/affixes

ELAW2 Informational Writing-link ideas within categories of information using words and phrases


RI.1  Quote Accurately from a text (Informational)

ELAGSE5L3b: Compare and Contrast the varieties of English (dialects, registers) used in stories, drama, or poems.

SS5H5 B-C

Finish New Deal

Duke Ellington

Margaret Mitchell

Jesse Owens

12/11/17

Week 18

RL.6

Point of View

Common number roots/affixes

Bias Opinion Point Of View First Person Second Person Third Person Narrator

ELAW3: Narrative Writing


Using a mentor text, create an alternate ending using a different character’s point of view.

L3b: Compare and Contrast the varieties of English (dialects, registers) used in stories, drama, or poems.


( On going)

SS5H6

A/B/C

Reasons for involvement in WWII

Major battles

Atomic Bombs

12/18/17

2 day week

RL.6

Point of View

Review, catch up and enrich

ELAW3: Narrative Writing


Using a mentor text, create an alternate ending using a different character’s point of view.

Language Review - all previous standards

SS5H6

A/B/C

Reasons for involvement in WWII

Major battles

Atomic Bombs

Third Nine Weeks

1/4/18

2 day week


RL.6

Point of View

 

Review all writing genres

(All Writing Standards)


Make sure to cover the following in writing genres:


Narrative Essay


Students practice writing a summary, changing an ending, and writing a story from a different point of view using different pieces of literature. (hit dialogue, transition words, etc)


You can do a different one each day. These are not long pieces of writing so you can do them at a quicker pace.

Narrative Essay


Students practice writing a summary, changing an ending, and writing a story from a different point of view using different pieces of literature. (hit dialogue, transition words, etc)


You can do a different one each day. These are not long pieces of writing so you can do them at a quicker pace.

Informational Essay

With Paired Passages


Day 1 & 2 Review the process, model, and examine rubric


Day 3-5 Students create an informational essay using paired passages on google doc. Teacher comments using 7 point rubric. Make sure they include evidence from BOTH passages

Opinion Essay

With Paired Passages


Day 1 & 2 Review the OREO strategy to create an opinion piece model this process as a class using paired passages


Day 3-5 Create their own opinion essay using paired passages


Review to the 7 point writing rubric in the DOE assessment guide. Make sure they include evidence from BOTH passages

Language Review - all previous standards

SS5H6

A/B/C

Reasons for involvement in WWII

Major battles

Atomic Bombs

1/8/18

Week 19

RL.5/RL.4/RL.7

-Review Figurative Language


-Poetry


-Tone

Review, catch up and enrich

Stanza

Line

Verse

Series


Visual Audio Graphic Novel Multimedia Digital Tone Beauty of Text Folk Tale Myth

L3a: Expand, combine, and reduce sentences

(compound, complex, simple)

SS5H6 D/E/F

Figures of WWII

Rationing

Role of Women

African Americans

United Nations

(Rosie the Riveter, Tuskegee Airmen)

1/16/18

4 day week

Week 20

RL.5/RL.4/RL.7

-Review Figurative Language


-Poetry


-Tone

Reviewing/Adding prefixes to any word to change the meaning of the word.

L3a: Expand, combine, and reduce sentences

(compound, complex, simple)

SS5H6 D/E/F

Figures of WWII

Rationing

Role of Women

African Americans

United Nations

(Rosie the Riveter, Tuskegee Airmen)

1/22/18

Week 21

RL.6

Point of View

Reviewing/Adding prefixes to any word to change the meaning of the word.

L3a: Expand, combine, and reduce sentences

(compound, complex, simple)

SS5H7

A-C

Origins and consequences of the Cold War

1/29/18
Week 22

RI.5 Compare and Contrast two informational pieces


Chronology

Comparison

Cause/Effect

Problem/Solution

Description

Review and application of weeks 2-7

L4c: Consult reference materials (dictionaries, glossaries, thesauruses)

SS5H7

A-C

Origins and consequences of the Cold War

2/5/18

Week 23

RL.2/RL.3/RL.5

Drama


-theme

-structure

-compare/contrast

Review and application of weeks 2-7

Drama  

Heading

Act

Line


Review standard: 5L1d: Verb tenses & shifts in verb tenses

(Context clues review each week)

 

SS5H8 A-D

Cuban Missile Crisis, Vietnam War, Civil Rights movement, Space exploration

2/14/18

Week 24

RL.2 Theme-

Find the theme of story, drama, or poem

Reviewing/Adding prefixes to any word to change the meaning of the word


wood, fire, upon, done


Review standard: 5L1b: Perfect Tenses (forming and using correctly)

 

SS5H8 A-D

Cuban Missile Crisis, Vietnam War, Civil Rights movement, Space exploration

2/26/18

Week 25

RL.1 , RL.4

Context Clues/Inferencing

Reviewing/Adding prefixes to any word to change the meaning of the word


Review of commas and punctuating titles

(5L2a-e)

3/5/18

4 day week

Week 26

Review of all reading standards through paired passages

Single Vowel Y

Review of commas and punctuating titles

(5L2a-e)


Language Review and reteach

3/12/18

Week 27

Review of all reading standards through paired passages

Single Vowel Y

 

Language Review and reteach

3/19/18

Week 28

Rl3 & RI7

Explain the relationships or interactions between two or more individuals, events, ideas or concepts in a historical, scientific, or technical text.

Draw on information from multiple print or digital to locate an answer to a question quickly.

Review, catch up and enrich

Media/Medium Digital Film Print Journalism Multimodal Multimedia Blog PowerPoint Valid/Validity Wiki Prezi

Language Review and reteach

Use context clues, affixes and reference materials to unlock word meanings and phrases.

3/26/18

Week 29

GMAS Review

Review of all standards

Root words and affixes

Language Review and Reteach

4/9/18

Week 30


GMAS Review

Review of all standards

Root words and affixes

Language Review and Reteach

4/16/18

Week 31


GMAS Review

Review of all standards

Root words and affixes

Language Review and Reteach

4/23/18

Week 32

GMAS Week

Review of all standards

Root words and affixes

GMAS

Language Review and Reteach

4/30/18

Week 33

SL.4, SL.5, and SL.6

-Using Facts or Details to Retell Information in an Organized Form

-Enhancing Presentations

-Using Formal / Informal Disclosure

Root words and affixes

ELAW7-9 Conduct short  research projects that build knowledge through investigation of different aspects of a topic

Language Review and Reteach

5/7/18

Week 34

SL.4, SL.5, and SL.6

-Using Facts or Details to Retell Information in an Organized Form

-Enhancing Presentations

-Using Formal / Informal Disclosure

Root words and affixes

Language Review and Reteach

5/14/18

Week 35

SL.2

Paraphrase Portions of Different Informational Sources

Review, catch up and enrich

Language Review and Reteach

5/21/18

Week 36

SL.2

Paraphrase Portions of Different Informational Sources

Language Review and Reteach



 

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