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The NORTH CAROLINA 5 th GRADE READING e.o.g. “The more you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go.” -Dr. Seuss. Reading EOG Test Expectations:. Measures reading comprehension and knowledge of vocabulary;

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the north carolina 5 th grade reading e o g

The NORTH CAROLINA5th GRADE READINGe.o.g.

“The more you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go.”

-Dr. Seuss

reading eog test expectations
Reading EOG Test Expectations:
  • Measures reading comprehension and knowledge of vocabulary;
  • Based on the North Carolina English Language Arts Standard Course of Study (NCSCOS);
  • Students will read selections and answer 58 test items related to reading passages

THERE SHOULD BE NO SURPRISES!

various reading passages include
Various Reading Passages Include:
  • · 2 Fiction Selections (short story, myth, fairy tale, etc.)
  • · 1 Non-Fiction Selection (biography, letter, journal, etc.)
  • · 1 Poetry Selection
  • · 2 Content Selections (science, social studies, art, music, etc.)
  • · 1 Consumer Selection ( recipe, menu, how-to, etc.)
  • · 1 Experimental Selection ( can be any of the above)
what are we doing at school
What are we doing at school?
  • Reading A to Z
  • Imagine It-Skills and Strategies
  • Flex Grouping
  • Testing Preparation
  • Study Island
reading comprehension the great strategy
READING COMPREHENSION: the GREAT strategy

G-R-E-A-T

Grab the title and the questions.

Readtheselection.

Every paragraph needs a number.

Answerthe questions.

Take time to prove it.

reading comprehension qar question answer relationship
Reading comprehension:QAR-Question Answer Relationship
  • Students need to identify the relationship between the answers and the questions-Where will they find the answer?????

TO HELP ACHIEVE THIS, WE USE Q.A.R.:

QAR CHART

what can i do at home
What Can I Do at Home?
  • Reading nightly-step it up from 30 to 45 minutes. DISCUSS WHAT YOUR CHILD READ!
  • Provide various types of reading materials: newspapers, various genres, magazines.
  • Fluency Reads
  • Reinforcing what we are doing at school, play an active role.
  • Asking higher level questions.
  • Discussions with your child on relevant current issues in the news.
asking questions about literacy to your child
Asking questions about literacy to your child:

LOWER LEVEL

HIGHER LEVEL

  • Did you like it?
  • Who was the main character?
  • Where did it take place?
  • Who, What, Where, and When type questions fall under this category.
  • Why? How?
  • Prove…..
  • What if…..
  • I know because…
  • What made you think that?
  • Do you support the actions of…..why?
questions
QUESTIONS?

“People only see what they are prepared to see.”

-Ralph Waldo Emerson