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Grade 5 Version: 05-06-CPS

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Unit Name: 01R - How do I become a great reader?

Essential Question

How do I see myself as a reader? How do I make sense of text?

Topic 1

Great Readers See Themselves as Readers

Topic 1 Vocabulary

  • figurative language
  • personification
  • imagery
  • dialogue
  • self-monitors
  • self-corrects
  • clarify
  • expand

Topic 1 Standards and Elements

ELA5LSV1.l Listening, Speaking, and Viewing
ELA5R1.e Comprehension - Literary Texts
ELA5R1.f Comprehension - Literary Texts
ELA5R2 Reading Habits-Twenty-five Books
ELA5R3.c Vocabulary
ELA5R4.b Oral Reading-Fluency

Topic 2

Great Readers Make Sense of Text

Topic 2 Vocabulary

  • theme
  • inference
  • text features
  • organizational features
  • graphic features
  • prosody
  • prefix
  • suffix
  • paraphrase

Topic 2 Standards and Elements

ELA5LSV1.a Listening, Speaking, and Viewing
ELA5LSV1.e Listening, Speaking, and Viewing
ELA5LSV1.f Listening, Speaking, and Viewing
ELA5LSV1.h Listening, Speaking, and Viewing
ELA5LSV1.i Listening, Speaking, and Viewing
ELA5LSV1.j Listening, Speaking, and Viewing
ELA5R1.a Comprehension- Informational Texts
ELA5R1.b Comprehension- Informational Texts
ELA5R1.c Comprehension- Informational Texts
ELA5R1.d Comprehension- Informational Texts
ELA5R1.f Comprehension- Informational Texts
ELA5R1.g Comprehension - Literary Texts
ELA5R1.g Comprehension- Informational Texts
ELA5R1.h Comprehension- Informational Texts
ELA5R1.i Comprehension - Literary Texts
ELA5R1.j Comprehension - Literary Texts
ELA5R3.c Vocabulary
ELA5R3.d Vocabulary
ELA5R3.e Vocabulary
ELA5R4.a Oral Reading-Fluency
ELA5R4.b Oral Reading-Fluency
ELA5R4.c Oral Reading-Fluency

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