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Ms. Roesel's 5th Grade Reading/ELA



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Comprehension Literary

 Applies Knowledge of Author's Technique, Purpose

Infers the author's viewpoint (term not used) in passages (containing one or more complex sentences) of literary text
Authors Purpose 1
Authors Purpose 2
Authors Purpose 3
Reading Skills Rocket Authors Purpose
Test Tutor Authors Purpose
Types of Text Game Informative
Types of Text Game Instructive

Examines the author's purpose in a literary text (to persuade)
Types of Text Game Persuasive

Examines the author's purpose in a literary text (to describe)
Types of Text Game Descriptive

Evaluates author's style and its effects on literary text
Purpose and Tone

Recognizes the author's use of rhyme as a technique to increase the interest of a literary text
BBC Bitesize Poetry

Identifies rhyme as a literary device
Rhyming Words Worksheet

Recognizes examples of alliteration
Alliteration Professor Pen
Alliteration
Assonance
Poetry Quiz
Wizards and Pigs Poetry Interactive
Final Poetry Review Quia

Analyzes the author's use of onomatopoeia in literary text
Onomatopoeia
Onomatopoeia Practice
Onomatopoeia Classics

Defines dialogue

Recognizes author's use of suspense to create interest in literary text

Analyzes the meaning of images used in literary text

Analyzes the author's use of descriptive language in literary text
Understanding Figurative Language

Analyzes literary text to determine which words describe a particular sensation (term not used)

Infers the use of symbolism found in literary text

Identifies examples of literal statements in literary texts

Analyzes authors use of foreshadowing in literary text
Flashbacks and Foreshadowing

Analyzes literary text to determine the author's mood

Analyzes tone used to create humor in literary text

Analyzes a logical argument (syllogism-term not used) to determine a true statement

Infers the author's viewpoint (term not used) in passages (containing one or more complex sentences) of informational text

Evaluates the author's viewpoint or attitude in informational text using complex sentences and difficult vocabulary
Test Tutor Point of View

Analyzes when the author's purpose is to inform in informational text

Infers the author's specific/main purpose for an informational passage (to inform)

Analyzes the Effects of Figurative Language

Literary Elements

Defines simile
Reading Skills Rocket Figurative Language
Simile or Metaphor 1
Simile or Metaphor 2

Gives examples and identifies similes in literary text 
Test Tutor Figurative Language

Identifies extended metaphors in poetry

Infers the meaning of metaphors in literary text
Metaphors and Similes Quia

Defines personification
Personification Powerpoint
Personification Examples


Recognizes figurative language used to describe setting

Infers the meaning of figurative language of synecdoche
What is a synecdoche?
Synecdoche Examples

Identifies idioms in literary texts
Fun Brain Paint by Idioms (Choose Hard)

Applies Structures and Elements of Nonfiction

Locates the portion of a sentence that gives the effect for a given cause in informational text
Reading Skills Rocket Cause and Effect 1
Reading Skills Rocket Cause and Effect 2
Test Tutor Cause and Effect

Explains why a specific effect (term not used) occurred using information supplied in an informational passage (1-3 paragraphs containing complex sentences) describing events

Speculates as to the cause for a given real-life effect in informational text

Evaluates information supplied in informational text to determine the most likely cause for a given effect

Gives examples of sentences in informational text that are opinions
Fact or Opinion 1
Fact or Opinion 2

Classifies statements as examples of fact and opinion in informational text
Reading Skills Rocket Fact and Opinion 1
Reading Skills Rocket Fact and Opinion 2
Test Tutor Fact and Opinion

Distinguishes between fact and opinion in informational text
Dressed for the Job
Fact vs. Opinion
Distinguishing Fact from Opinion
Martin Luther King Worksheet

Fact Opinion Online Quiz

Distinguishes between examples of fact and opinion in short (4-5 sentences) passages of informational text

Distinguishes between examples of fact and opinion paraphrased from passages of informational text

Distinguishes between facts and generalizations (term not used) in informational text

Distinguishes between facts and opinions that are unsubstantiated by informational text

Distinguishes characteristics of informational sentences that are opinions versus sentences that are facts

Identifies sequence of events in informational text (first)
Sequence of Events 1

Identifies words used to denote sequence in informational text
Test Tutor Sequence of Events

Orders and paraphrases a sequence of events in informational text

Evaluates to select the best order of directions to yield a specific product in informational text

Assesses alphabetical order of a dictionary

Completes an analogy found in informational text


Applies Structures and Elements of Fiction

Determines events as examples of cause and effect in literary text
Cause and Effect Practice Book 8
Cause and Effect Practice Book 13
Cause and Effect Practice Book 17
Cause and Effect Practice Book 18
Cause and Effect Practice Book 43
Cause and Effect Practice Book 47
Cause and Effect Practice Book 48


Distinguishes between examples of fact and opinion paraphrased from passages of literary text

Identifies sequence of events in literary text (first and last)
Sequence Practice Book 33
Sequence Practice Book 37
Sequence Practice Book 38
Sequence Practice Book 46

Identifies chronological order of events in literary text

Describes the plot of a story
Plot and Character Practice Book 3
Character and Plot Practice Book 7
Plot Practice Book 8
Plot and Character Practice Book 16
Character and Plot Practice Book 26

Identifies the development of plot in a literary text
What is Plot Powerpoint
Elements of Plot
Elements of a Plot Diagram ppt

Analyzes events important to plot development in literary text
Interactives, Elements of Plot
Plot ppt

Analyzes a literary passage and defines setting

Recognizes how characters are developed in literary texts
Major Characters

Explains how the author introduces characters in literary text

Assesses character development in literary text

Determines a character's feelings and/or emotions based on the information found in literary texts

Analyzes literary passages (1-4 paragraphs) to determine the theme
Theme and Setting Practice Book 23
Theme and Setting Practice Book 27
Theme and Setting Practice Book 28

Analyzes literary passages (5-15 paragraphs) to determine its theme

Identifies the point of view used in a literary passage
Point of View 1
Point of View 2
Point of View 3

Infers who is speaking or thinking in literary texts

Recognizes the author's use of conflict as a technique to create interest in literary texts
Conflict

Describes the conflict implied in literary texts

Identifies the conflict in a literary passage (3 to 6 paragraphs)

Infers the conflict (term not used) in a literary text

Infers the conflict in a literary text

Analyzes to determine the problem presented in literary texts

New Vocabulary: alliteration, dialogue, exposition, falling action, feeling, figurative language, idiom, literary device, literary element, memorandum, personification, scene, simile, speech, symbolism



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