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Grade 5 Unit 3: Great Readers Use What They Know
Essential Questions Content Standards CCSS Common Core Resources Mentor Texts Assessment
How do great readers use what they know?

How do good writers write to communicate?
Shared Reading: Activate Background Knowledge, Make Connections, Make Inferences Shared Writing: Writing Teacher's Guide Writing to a Prompt, Summary of Fiction, Summary of Nonfiction Write Habits (Common Core Edition) Writing To Communicate Summary, Review Conventions/LPS: Adverbs, Quotations and Quotation Marks RL.5.2 RL.5.4 RL.5.10 RI.5.1 RI.5.4 RI.5.5 RI.5.6 RI.5.7 RI.5.10 RF.5.3 RF.5.4 W.5.3 W.5.4 W.5.5 W.5.9 W.5.10 SL.5.1 SL.5.4 SL.5.5 SL.5.6 L.5.1
*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
"Summary of "1620: Billy Coppin's Story from The Water is Wide" "Lan Learns to Speak English" "Summary of What Time is It?" What Time is it?; Famous American Spies; "Airborne! excerpt" Women Who Broke Barriers: The New Face of TV News; Lady with the Lamp: The Florence Nightingale Story *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)