Grade 5 English Language Arts (ELA): Unit 2 of 2 (FLEX Class)
In this 8-week FLEX class, students will LEARN, PRACTICE, APPLY, and TEST their Grade 5 English Language Arts skills while completing project: “My ELA Interactive Notebook for Grade 5.”
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No scheduled live video chats
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great if your learner prefers independent pacing or is uncomfortable with live video chat
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This FLEXIBLE 8-week course is Unit 2 of 2 in a series that covers Grade 5 English Language Arts Skills aligned with the common core standards for literary and informational text, grammar, vocabulary, and writing. Unit 2 is not dependent on learners completing Unit 1. The entire Grade 5 ELA Curriculum is taught in 2 units. First, they LEARN/REVIEW the focused reading comprehension skill. Second, they PRACTICE and APPLY that knowledge using asynchronous, engaging, and interactive lessons....
Students will learn how to Compare Text Structures (Cause & Effect and Compare & Contrast) Students will learn how to Compare Text Structures (Chronology and Problem & Solution) Students will learn how to Understand Literary Structure Students will learn how to Determine Point of View and Analyze Accounts of the Same Topic Students will learn how to Analyze Visual Elements in Literary Texts Students will learn how to Understand Supporting Evidence of a Text Students will Using Multiple Sources for Writing & Speaking Students will Comparing & Contrasting Stories with the Same Genre
As a veteran teacher of more than 23 years, I have found that my bachelor’s degree in Exceptional Student Education has helped me know HOW to teach and my master’s degree in Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment has allowed me to design specific curriculum to fit the needs of various learners. All students LEARN DIFFERENTLY based on their strengths and weaknesses. I also have the following degrees & certifications: Elementary Education K-6, Middle School English 7-9, English 9-12, and Exceptional Student Education K-12. I also have the following endorsements: Reading and ELL (ESOL). I have learned that the most productive method of teaching is the application or transfer step. Students LEARN by DOING and they enjoy doing if they are engaged in their learning. Once they understand the concept and why it is important to know and how it would benefit them, they should begin applying the skill in an authentic or real-world setting.
REMINDER: This is a flex class. Flex classes DO NOT meet live. Learners work at their own pace but should be aware of the due dates for their weekly assignments.
Notebook: College Ruled 70 Sheets (for project: My ELA Interactive Notebook for Grade 5) Lined paper (for notetaking) Pencil with eraser Colored Pencils (for annotating/text-coding) Liquid glue (white or clear) Attached files in the classroom. Weekly Activity Sheets (DOWNLOAD & PRINT) The material will be posted on Sundays. A Google account.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
IMPORTANT NOTE: grades are not issued for this course. Keep in mind that the end-of-the-week test is self-grading. Use the data as feedback on specific reading comprehension skills that need to be addressed. If there are additional questions a student has about a skill, please contact me in the classroom messaging portal. Formative feedback is given for any assignments that has a due date. Keep in mind that the end-of-the-week test is self-grading through Google Forms and the project is assessed based on weekly completion.
No live meetings, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
“ELA Reading Comprehension Activities” by Literacy Art by Iris (download & print weekly) My ELA Interactive Notebook for Grade 5. A Google account is needed for some of the assignments and activities. Some of the assignments use the following websites: Jamboard, Genially, Nearpod, and Quizlet. Learners DO NOT create accounts for these sites. I will send links for the interactive assignments.
Michelle GuiceReading, Language Arts, and Social Studies Teacher for Kindergarten - Highschool
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34 completed classes
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