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Grade 4 Unit 5: Great Readers Read To Learn
Essential Questions Content Standards CCSS Common Core Resources Mentor Texts Assessment
How do great readers read to learn?

What is informational writing?
Shared Reading: Locating Facts and Information, Making Inferences from Nonfiction, Identifying and Using Text Features, Identifying and Using Text Structures, Evaluating Nonfiction Shared Writing: Writing Teacher's Guide Interview, Taking Notes on Nonfiction, Science Report Write Habits (Common Core Edition) Informational Writing Invitation, Essay, E-Newsletter, Literary Nonfiction Conventions/LPS: Identifying and Using Verb Phrases, Singular Possessive Nouns, Adverbs and Titles RL.4.4 RI.4.1 RI.4.3 RI.4.4 RI.4.5 RI.4.7 RI.4.8 RF.4.3 RF.4.4 W.4.9 W.4.10 SL.4.1 L.3.1 L.4.1 L.4.2 L.4.3 L.4.4 L.4.5 *GHGR Shared Reading Teacher's Guide
*GHGR Planning and Implementation Guide
*GHGR Reader's Theater Anthology
*GHGR Assessment Handbook
*Teacher Resource CDs
* GHGR Student Reader Volumes 1-3
*Leveled Library (Guided Reading)
*GHGR Write Habits (Common Core Edition) Rubrics and Supplemental Support
*GHGR Writing Teacher's Guide
*Conference Card
*Writing Teacher Resource CD (rubrics)
*Phonics and Vocabulary Teacher's Guide
*Words Their Way
*Continuum of Literacy Learning
"Interview By Sheryl" "Drums: The World's Heartbeat" "The Great Barrier Reef" "In The Mountains" "Glue's Sticky Story" "Skeletons Inside and Out" "First-Aid Handbook" "Charting Your Course" *F&P Benchmark (beginning, middle and end of year)
*Reading Writing Portfolio (Fall and Spring Writing Sample) Assessment Handbook:
*Running Record (3 times per year between benchmarks)
*Summary Rubric
*Reading Log
*Story Frame
*Text Frame
*Independent Reading Behavior Checklist (AIS/RTI)
*Performance-Based Assessment
*Checklist of Good Habits (AIS/RTI)