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Fifth Grade Curriculum. Santan Elementary. Mrs. Roberts Class 2012 – 2013 School Year. Reading. Instruction Literature Groups/Circles Harcourt Reading Series Independent and Partner Reading Guided Reading to meet individual needs On-going assessments for comprehension and fluency

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Fifth grade curriculum

Fifth Grade Curriculum

Santan Elementary

Mrs. Roberts Class

2012 – 2013

School Year


Reading

Reading

Instruction

  • Literature Groups/Circles

  • Harcourt Reading Series

  • Independent and Partner Reading

  • Guided Reading to meet individual needs

  • On-going assessments for comprehension and fluency

  • Vocabulary, comprehension, & fluency development

    Skills

    Narrative ElementsPrefixes and Suffixes

    Cause and EffectDrawing Conclusions

    SequencingLocating Information

    Elements of Non-FictionText Structure

    Word RelationshipsMain Idea and Details

    Summarizing LiteratureFact and Opinion

    Author’s PurposeCompare/Contrast

    Inferencing


Spelling grammar

Spelling / Grammar

Spelling

  • Santan 5th grade No Excuse Spelling List

  • Words Their Way sorts specific to fifth grade standards

  • Dictation Sentences

    Grammar

  • Modeling through mini-lessons

  • Daily grammar review

  • Application in every day writing


Writing

Writing

  • 6+1 Traits

  • Writing Process / Write From

    the Beginning (focusing on

    thinking maps)

  • Genres of writing

    • Persuasive essays

    • Narrative essays

    • Expository Essays

    • Descriptive Essays

    • Poetry

    • Literature Response


Mathematics

Mathematics

The overall goal within the curricular area of mathematics is for students to have a not just a basic knowledge of each concept that they learn, but for them to apply it with a certain depth of knowledge. Due to this, students will be required to solve more detailed questions and problems.

  • Visit the Arizona Department of Education or Chandler Unified School District website to see more about standards changes.

  • Arizona Department of Education homepage

  • www.ade.state.az.us

  • Chandler Unified School District homepage

  • ww2.chandler.k12.az.us


Math standards

Math Standards

  • Some standards covered in math this year:

    • Fractions

    • Decimals

    • Order of Operations

    • Multiplication & Division

    • Patterns

    • Euler Paths & Circuits

    • Integers

    • Algebra

    • Geometry

    • Mean, Median, Mode & Range

    • Estimation

    • Graphing


Social studies

Social Studies

  • American Colonization and the thirteen colonies

  • American Revolution

  • Westward Expansion

  • Civil War

  • Economics

  • Geography

  • Foundations of Government


Science

Science

  • Science process skills and scientific method

  • The Solar System

  • Forces and Motion

  • Properties of Matter

  • Simple Machines

  • Human Body Systems

  • Science Fair


Additional information

Additional Information

Positive Rewards

  • Team Points

  • Class Compliments

    Consequences

  • Visas

    Communication

  • Storm Report

  • Bi-Weekly Newsletters

  • Frequent E-Mails home as reminders


Grading guidelines

Grading Guidelines

Students will be graded on the following

grading scale:

  • 100% - 90% = A

  • 89% - 80% = B

  • 79% - 70% = C

  • 69% - 60% = D

  • 59% - 50% = F


Homework

Homework

Students will be required to read 100 minutes per week. Students may also have additional homework or projects assigned from time to time to practice a specific skill, however majority of your child’s homework will come from anything that is not finished in class. If you feel your child is coming home with an excessive amount of homework, it could be due to lack of effort and focus in class. In addition, if your child has very little homework, that could be the result of lots of hard work and on task behavior in class 


Miscellaneous information

Miscellaneous Information

  • Fundraisers- Gold Canyon Candles

  • Tax Credit Donations

  • Possible Field Trips:

    • Biz Town

    • ASU Planetarium

    • Traveling Benjamin Franklin Exhibit

    • Arrowhead Pool (End of Year Celebration!)


Thank you for allowing me to be a part of your child s life

Thank you for allowing me to be a part of your child’s life!

If you have any questions don’t hesitate to contact me via email at

[email protected]

(this address will be changing at some point

throughout the year to [email protected] but for now, it is the best way to reach me)

Yours in education,

Lisa Roberts


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