L.5.3

Use knowledge of language and its conventions when writing, speaking, reading, or listening.

 
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Applying Knowledge: Writing Opener Paragraphs for Narrative Stories

5th Grade ELA » Unit: Writing Narrative Stories to Entertain Your Readers
5th Grade ELA » Unit: Writing Narrative Stories to Entertain Your Readers
Rose Ortiz
Stockton, CA
Environment: Suburban
 
Big Idea:

Writing lets us use our creativity to share our great ideas with our readers. We can write as well as the good authors if we practice their same strategies for creating great beginnings for our stories.

 
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Comprehension through Performance: How was Tea Involved in the Boston Massacre?

5th Grade ELA » Unit: Our American's Revolution - A Time For Change
5th Grade ELA » Unit: Our American's Revolution - A Time For Change
Rose Ortiz
Stockton, CA
Environment: Suburban
 
Big Idea:

Students learn about the Boston Tea Party through acting out the scenes. Learning comes from taking on the persona and narratives of each person and from viewing others performances.

 
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Mood Changes Through Words and Pictures

5th Grade ELA » Unit: Guided Reading - Developing BIG Understanding in a Small Group Format
5th Grade ELA » Unit: Guided Reading - Developing BIG Understanding in a Small Group Format
Rose Ortiz
Stockton, CA
Environment: Suburban
 
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The colors, words and actions that authors use can all effect the mood of a story. We can "feel" a story when we read deeply and "see" the emotions.

 
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how many days to america
   

Great Writers Need an Editor

5th Grade ELA » Unit: Writing Narrative Stories to Entertain Your Readers
5th Grade ELA » Unit: Writing Narrative Stories to Entertain Your Readers
Rose Ortiz
Stockton, CA
Environment: Suburban
 
Big Idea:

Mistakes are a part of life. When we get our audiences opinion on our writing we can make our stories even better.

 
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Assessing Their Written Abilities to Debate

5th Grade ELA » Unit: Arguing to make a point!
5th Grade ELA » Unit: Arguing to make a point!
Rose Ortiz
Stockton, CA
Environment: Suburban
 
Big Idea:

A claim is only an opinion unless it is supported by evidence and details from the text. Good writers write with strong facts to persuade their audience to their viewpoints.

 
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Pronoun Pros

5th Grade ELA » Unit: Grammar Greats
5th Grade ELA » Unit: Grammar Greats
Heather Robinson
Scottsdale, AZ
Environment: Suburban
 
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A variety of story pictures + pronoun lesson = an appreciation for pronouns!

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examples of story
   

Compromise Those Run-On Sentences

5th Grade ELA » Unit: Grammar Greats
5th Grade ELA » Unit: Grammar Greats
Heather Robinson
Scottsdale, AZ
Environment: Suburban
 
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Strip and Cut Run-On Sentences!

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two tiny rows on a long
   

Its vs. It's: A Matter of Correct Usage

5th Grade ELA » Unit: Grammar Greats
5th Grade ELA » Unit: Grammar Greats
Heather Robinson
Scottsdale, AZ
Environment: Suburban
 
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ITS biggest mistake is that apostrophe when IT'S not necessary!!

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reading each other s your you re
   

Creating Interest - Effective Book Talks

5th Grade ELA » Unit: How to Create Effective Literature Circle Discussions
5th Grade ELA » Unit: How to Create Effective Literature Circle Discussions
Rose Ortiz
Stockton, CA
Environment: Suburban
 
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Book Walks help students to build interest in unfamiliar stories in a different genres. It builds excitement about what they can learn from reading more about a topic.

 
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bud not buddy

Expand, combine, and reduce sentences for meaning, reader/listener interest, and style.

Compare and contrast the varieties of English (e.g., dialects, registers) used in stories, dramas, or poems.

Common Core ELA
 
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