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Fifth Grade Curriculum

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Lauren Camenzind

on 1 September 2016

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Transcript of Fifth Grade Curriculum

Curriculum Information
Reading/IR
Reading
Reading-Instructional Strands
Six Theme Study Units
Student Anthology and Trade Books
Library Book Collection
Guided Reading Collection
Language Handbook
Spelling Component
Phonics Practice
Technology

Separate elements where you can zoom
Fifth Grade
Spelling
Grammar
Writing
Mrs. Gabrielson
Mrs. Stenger
Mr. Kassmeier
Mrs. Purcell
2016-2017
Scott Foresman
Themes:
Meeting Challenges
Doing the Right Thing
Inventors & Artists
Adapting
Adventures
The Unexpected
Phonics
Reading Aloud
Comprehension
Vocabulary
Oral Fluency
Writing
Listening & Speaking
Reading Series Components
Components in Reading Instruction:
Teacher Read Aloud
Enjoyment of literature
Modeling of literate behaviors
Shared Reading
Large group instruction
Common text
Teacher models application of skills & strategies
Guided Reading
Small group instruction
Strategy instruction and practice

Literature Study
Small group instruction
Literary interpretation and enjoyment
Words follow a pattern
12 words on list--standard or challenge
Connect spelling strategies to reading and writing
Pretests every Monday, post tests every Friday
Introduction of skill
Practiced through worksheets, board work, group or partner activities
Assessed through tests, observation, writing samples
Writing
Use of 6-Traits method
Writing Process
Writer's Workshop
Quick Word Books (personal dictionary)
Content area integration
Quarterly handwriting packets
Analytical writing assessment in early December
Math
Math
Math Expressions
by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Program Highlights:
Quick Practice
- helps students review & remember important skills needed for the upcoming chapter
Math Talk
- conversations that build knowledge base & understanding throughout lessons
Math Activities
- instruction through whole class, small group, and pairs
Spiral Review
- review of previously learned skills
Math
Program Highlights (continued)
Fact Fluency
Problem solving addressed throughout the program
Hands-on learning
Homework practice
Math Topics:
Whole Numbers & Decimals
Multiplication & Division
Fractions
Operations
Geometry
Measurement
Exploring Data
Algebra, Functions, & Graphs
Problem Solving
Ratio, Proportion, & Percent
Science
Science
State Assessment in spring--online
Life Science
Earth Science
Physical Science
Space & Technology

Experiments are inquiry based
Hands-on learning
Science Topics:
Ecosystems
Changes in Ecosystems
Human Body Systems
Plants
Patterns of Sun, Moon, and Planets
Mixtures & Solutions
Engineering: problem solving, design, communication, space
Health
Safety
Body Systems
Staying Drug Free
Human Growth & Development
Social Studies
Five Main Areas of Study:
Civics/Citizenship
Geography
History
Economics
Current Events
Social Studies
Answer essential questions about our country's history, as well as current events
Teach others about holidays as outlined by Nebraska state law
5th grade holidays: Constitution Day, General Pulaski Day, Veteran's Day
Technology
Keyboarding
Paint/Draw
Google Applications
Word Processing
Database
Spreadsheet
Network Awareness
Multimedia
Internet
Information Literacy
Assessments
Grade Book
Sign up for an account on Infinite Campus
Check grades often to see how child is progressing
Redos allowed on daily work, up to 85%
Behaviors
Helpful Hints for a Great Year
Check your child's assignment book daily
Check Friday folders
Check over your child's work
Thank You for Watching!
We look forward to creating an awesome partnership with you this year.

Please contact us with any questions, comments, or concerns:

jlgabrielson@mpsomaha.org
abstenger@mpsomaha.org
jlkassmeier@mpsomaha.org
sepurcell@mpsomaha.org
See you in October for parent/teacher conferences!
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Be Safe, Be Respectful, Be Responsible
Keys of Excellence
Classroom and School Expectations
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