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Grade 5 ela cst standards alignment draft june 2010.

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Plan your year. Know when and where to master each standard. Know what to move ahead of testing. Know what to emphasize in each selection. See where you might need to augment. Use for backwards planning, report cards, collaboration.

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Grade 5 ela cst standards alignment draft june 2010.

  1. 1. DRAFT RIVERSIDE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Elementary Education Department Grade 5 English Language Arts Suppl. CST Themes CST Assess. CALIFORNIA CONTENT STANDARDS: READING Rel. Form A # of Items 1 2 3 4 5 6 Quest. Quest. 1.0 WORD ANALYSIS, FLUENCY, AND SYSTEMATIC VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT: Students use their knowledge of word origins and word relationships, as well as historical and literary context clues, to 14 determine the meaning of specialized vocabulary and to understand the precise meaning of grade-level appropriate words. 1.1 Word Recognition: read aloud narrative and expository text fluently and accurately, and with I3 I3 NA* RT 1 S All NA* N/A* appropriate pacing, intonation, and expression (skim) (rate) 1.2 Vocabulary and Concept Development: use word origins to determine the meaning of 2 S 1,2 S2 RT2 RT3 S4 S-3 7, 62 1–3 unknown words (idiom) 1.3 Vocabulary and Concept Development: S2 RT 3 S1 understand and explain frequently used **(mm) S 1,3 (syn) 16, 27, synonyms, antonyms and homographs 5 S4 52. 59 4 – 13 (syn) S3 (conn) (ant) FO 1.4 Vocabulary and Concept Development: know S1,3 *S2,3 S1,2 11, 26, abstract, derived roots and affixes from Greek 3 (morph) S2 analog 57, 58, 14 – 16 and Latin, and use this knowledge to analyze the y 60, 61 meaning of complex words (e.g., controversial) 1.5 Vocabulary and Concept Development: 4 FO S2 S3 1, 24, understand and explain the figurative and FO simile FO 33, 39 17 – 19 metaphorical use of words in context S1 idioms * Not all of these lessons use Greek or Latin roots or affixes, but they **R1.6: There are not very many lessons S = Selection RT = Revisiting the Text can be used to help find the meaning of complex words. Use the CST directly instructing multiple meaning + = QAR Strategies (using side margin questions) format for R1.4 when instructing these lessons to help students get words. Find multiple meaning words in the L = Link familiar with format. selection vocabulary and use CST format I = Informational Study Skills for R1.6 when instructing this standard. RWW = Reading Writing Workshop FO = Focus On * Not assessable in multiple-choice format 1 California Department of Education CST Blueprint/modified/RUSD/ce/sb/6/23/10
  2. 2. DRAFT RIVERSIDE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Elementary Education Department Grade 5 English Language Arts Suppl. CST Themes CST Assess. CALIFORNIA CONTENT STANDARDS: READING Rel. Form A # of Items 1 2 3 4 5 6 Quest. Quest. 2.0 READING COMPREHENSION (FOCUS ON INFORMATIONAL MATERIALS): Students read and understand grade-level-appropriate material. They describe and connect the 16 essential ideas, arguments, and perspectives of the text by using their knowledge of text structure, organization, and purpose. 2.1 Structural Features of Informational Materials: understand how text features (e.g., S1,2,3 I 1,2 RT2 S1 S2,3 9, 17, format, graphics, sequence, diagrams, 2 S1,2,3 41, 42 1–3 L1 L2 L1,2,3 L1,2 illustrations, charts, maps) make information accessible and usable 2.2 Structural Features of Informational S2,3 18, 19, S2,3 RT2 S2 I4 29, 37, Materials: analyze text that is organized in 4 I3 L2 I3 RT2 FO 38, 45, 4–6 sequential or chronological order L1 47, 54 2.3 Comprehension and Analysis of Grade-Level- Appropriate Text: discern main ideas and S1,2,3 S1,3 S2 I 3,4 20, 21, L1 RT2 RT2 concepts presented in texts, identifying and 3 L2 L2 S1 28, 32, 7–9 assessing evidence that supports those ideas FO 34 + + + [QAR=TS] 2.4 Comprehension and Analysis of Grade-Level- Appropriate Text: draw inferences, S1 S1,3,4 S1,2 S1,2 31, 36, S All S3,4 conclusions, or generalizations about text and 5 L2,3 L1 I3 43, 46, 10 – 12 + + 55 support them with textual evidence and prior + FO FO RT in knowledge [QAR=AM] S3 * Not assessable in multiple-choice format 2 California Department of Education CST Blueprint/modified/RUSD/ce/sb/6/23/10
  3. 3. DRAFT RIVERSIDE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Elementary Education Department Grade 5 English Language Arts Suppl. CST Themes CST Assess. CALIFORNIA CONTENT STANDARDS: READING Rel. Form A # of Items 1 2 3 4 5 6 Quest. Quest. 2.5 Expository Critique: distinguish facts, S2 S1,3 S3,4 RT in 8, 10, 2 13 – 16 supported inferences, and opinions in text RT2 I2 L1 S2 30, 44 3.0 LITERARY RESPONSE AND ANALYSIS: Students read and respond to historically or culturally significant works of literature. They begin to find 12 FO FO ways to clarify the ideas and make connections between literary works. 3.1 Structural Features of Literature: identify and S4 analyze the characteristics of poetry, drama, fiction, RT1 S1 I3 and nonfiction and explain the appropriateness of the 1 FO S1,2 L1 S1 1–4 RT1 FO literary forms chosen by an author for a specific FO FO purpose 3.2 Narrative Analysis of Grade-Level-Appropriate S1,2 S1 S2 RT in 2, 4, 13, Text: identify the main problem or conflict of the plot 2 RT1,2 S3,4 5–7 FO RT2 S3 14, 49 and how it is resolved FO 3.3 Narrative Analysis of Grade-Level-Appropriate Text: contrast the actions, motives (loyalty, S1 S1 5, 12, selfishness, conscientiousness), and appearances of 2 FO 50, 53 8 – 10 FO FO characters in a work of fiction and discuss the importance of the contrasts to the plot or theme 3.4 Narrative Analysis of Grade-Level-Appropriate Text: understand that theme refers to the meaning 25, 40, 2 FO FO S2 FO 11 – 13 or moral of a selection and recognize themes 56 (whether implied or stated directly) in sample works 3.5 Narrative Analysis of Grade-Level-Appropriate RT in S4 S3 6, 15, Text: describe the function and effect of common 2 FO FO S1 14 - 17 S3 FO FO 51 literary devices (e.g., imagery, metaphor, symbolism) * Not assessable in multiple-choice format 3 California Department of Education CST Blueprint/modified/RUSD/ce/sb/6/23/10
  4. 4. DRAFT RIVERSIDE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Elementary Education Department Grade 5 English Language Arts Suppl. CST Themes CST Assess. CALIFORNIA CONTENT STANDARDS: READING Rel. Form A # of Items 1 2 3 4 5 6 Quest. Quest. 3.6 Literary Criticism: evaluate the meaning of archetypal patterns and symbols that are found in S3 1 FO 23, 25 18 – 20 myth and tradition by using literature from different FO eras and cultures 3.7 Literary Criticism: evaluate the author’s use of various techniques (e.g., appeal of characters in a S1,3 S2 S1 S2,3 3, 22, picture book, logic and credibility of plots and 2 RT1 RT2 RT in S4 S1 48 21 – 23 FO settings, use of figurative language) to influence FO FO S3 FO readers’ perspectives FO= Focus On S = Selection Theme 1=Tall Tales Theme 4= Plays RT = Revisiting the Text Theme 2=Poetry Theme 5= Autobiography + = QAR Strategies (using side margin questions) L = Link I = Informational Study Skills RWW = Reading Writing Workshop FO = Focus On * Not assessable in multiple-choice format 4 California Department of Education CST Blueprint/modified/RUSD/ce/sb/6/23/10
  5. 5. DRAFT RIVERSIDE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Elementary Education Department Grade 5 English Language Arts Suppl. CST Themes CST Assess. CALIFORNIA CONTENT STANDARDS: WRITING # of Rel. Form A 1 2 3 4 5 6 Items Quest. Quest. 1.0 WRITTEN AND ORAL ENGLISH LANGUAGE CONVENTIONS: Students write and speak with a command of standard English conventions 17 appropriate to this grade level. 1.1 Sentence Structure: identify and correctly use S2,4 prepositional phrases, appositives, and independent S1 in S3 in RT in in 66, 86, 4 101 1–5 and dependent clauses; use transitions and W&L W&L S1 W&L conjunctions to connect ideas RWW 1.2 Grammar: identify and correctly use verbs that are 68, 87, S2,3 S1 in often misused (e.g., lie/lay, sit/set, rise/raise), 3 88, 112, 6 – 10 RWW W&L 114 modifiers, and pronouns 1.3 Punctuation: use a colon to separate hours and S1 64, 107, 11, 12, minutes and to introduce a list; use quotation marks 3 RWW RWW S3,4 in RWW 109, 13, 14, around the exact words of speaker and titles of 113 16, 17 W&L poems, songs, short stories, and so forth 63, 65, S3 13, 15, 1.4 Capitalization: use correct capitalization 3 RWW RWW RWW 75, 77, 17 RWW 105 S1 S1 in 67, 76, S All 1.5 Spelling: spell roots, suffixes, prefixes, contractions, S All S All W&L 83, 90, 4 S1,2,4 RWW 96, 97, 18 - 29 and syllable constructions correctly RWW RWW RWW 106 FO= Focus On Theme 1=Tall Tales Theme 4= Plays S = Selection Theme 2=Poetry Theme 5= Autobiography RT = Revisiting the Text + = QAR Strategies (using side margin questions) L = Link * Not assessable in multiple-choice format I = Informational Study Skills 5 California Department of Education CST Blueprint/modified/RUSD/ce/sb/6/23/10 RWW = Reading Writing Workshop FO = Focus On W&L=Writing and Language Green Section
  6. 6. DRAFT RIVERSIDE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Elementary Education Department Grade 5 English Language Arts Suppl. CST Themes CST Assess. CALIFORNIA CONTENT STANDARDS: WRITING Rel. Form A # of 1 2 3 4 5 6 Items Quest. Quest. 1.0 WRITING STRATEGIES: Students write clear, coherent, and focused essays. The writing exhibits the students’ awareness of the audience and purpose. Essays contain formal 16 introductions, supporting evidence, and conclusions. Students progress through the stages of the writing process as needed. 1.1 Organization and Focus: create multiple- FO RWW paragraph narrative compositions 72, 84, 1) establish and develop a situation or plot 1 FO RWW FO FO 93 2) describe the setting 1 FO RWW FO FO 74, 92 73, 85, 3) present an ending 1 FO RWW FO FO 94 1.2 Organization and Focus: create multiple- paragraph expository compositions S2 81, 89, 1) establish a topic, important ideas, or events in S2 in RWW 2 S1, 2 in RWW 100, sequence or chronological order W&L FO 102 W&L 2) provide details and transitional expressions that RWW S3 in 79, 91, link one paragraph to another in a clear line of 2 S1 RWW S2 98 FO W&L thought 3) offer a concluding paragraph that summarizes RWW 70, 80, 2 RWW 99, 108 important ideas and details FO * Not assessable in multiple-choice format 6 California Department of Education CST Blueprint/modified/RUSD/ce/sb/6/23/10 FO= Focus On Theme 1=Tall Tales Theme 4= Plays Theme 2=Poetry Theme 5= Autobiography
  7. 7. DRAFT RIVERSIDE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Elementary Education Department Grade 5 English Language Arts 1.3 Research and Technology: use organizational features of printed text (e.g., citations, end notes, I 1 RT in 82, 95, 1 1–3 bibliographic references) to locate relevant S2 110 information Suppl. CST Themes CST Assess. CALIFORNIA CONTENT STANDARDS: WRITING # of Rel. Form A 1 2 3 4 5 6 Items Quest. Quest. 1.4 Research and Technology: create simple documents by using electronic media and employing organization features (e.g., passwords, NA* I 1,3 N/A* 4–6 entry and pull-down menus, word searches, the thesaurus, spell checks) S1 1.5 Research and Technology: use a thesaurus to 1 I 1 RWW 71 7–9 identify alternative word choices and meanings 1.6 Evaluation and Revision: edit and revise 69, 78, manuscripts to improve the meaning and focus of S3 S2 in 103, 5 RWW RWW 104, writing by adding, deleting, consolidating, RWW W&L clarifying, and rearranging words and sentences 111 TOTALS 75 FO= Focus On S = Selection Theme 1=Tall Tales Theme 4= Plays RT = Revisiting the Text Theme 2=Poetry Theme 5= Autobiography + = QAR Strategies (using side margin questions) L = Link I = Informational Study Skills RWW = Reading Writing Workshop FO = Focus On W&L=Writing and Language Green Section * Not assessable in multiple-choice format 7 California Department of Education CST Blueprint/modified/RUSD/ce/sb/6/23/10
  8. 8. DRAFT RIVERSIDE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Elementary Education Department Grade 5 English Language Arts Suppl. CST Themes CST Assess. CALIFORNIA CONTENT STANDARDS: WRITING # of Rel. Form A 1 2 3 4 5 6 Items Quest. Quest. 2.0 WRITING APPLICATIONS (GENRES AND THEIR CHARACTERISTICS) Students write narrative, expository, persuasive, and descriptive texts of at least 500 to 700 words in each genre. NA NA NA Student writing demonstrates a command of standard American English and the research, organizational, and drafting strategies outlined in Writing Standard 1.0. 2.1 Using the writing strategies of grade five outlined in Writing Standard 1.0, students: NA NA NA Write narratives: a. Establish a plot, point of view, setting, and S4 in conflict. FO W&L NA RWW FO NA NA S1 FO b. Show, rather than tell, the events of the story. FO S4 NA RWW FO NA NA FO 2.2 Write responses to literature: NA NA NA a. Demonstrate an understanding of a literary work. NA FO FO NA NA b. Support judgments through references to the NA FO FO NA NA text and to prior knowledge. c. Develop interpretations that exhibit careful NA FO NA NA reading and understanding. 2.3 Write research reports about important ideas, NA NA NA issues, or events by using the following guidelines: a. Frame questions that direct the investigation. RT in RT in NA NA NA S2 S3 b. Establish a controlling idea or topic. RT in RT in NA NA NA S2 S3 * Not assessable in multiple-choice format 8 California Department of Education CST Blueprint/modified/RUSD/ce/sb/6/23/10
  9. 9. DRAFT RIVERSIDE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Elementary Education Department Grade 5 English Language Arts Suppl. CST Themes CST Assess. CALIFORNIA CONTENT STANDARDS: WRITING # of Rel. Form A 1 2 3 4 5 6 Items Quest. Quest. c. Develop the topic with simple facts, details, RT in RT in NA NA NA examples, and explanations. S2 S3 2.4 Write persuasive letters or compositions: NA NA NA a. State a clear position in support of a proposal. RT in S3 in S1 in NA L3 NA NA S2 W&L W&L b. Support a position with relevant evidence. RT in S3 in S1 in NA L3 NA NA S2 W&L W&L c. Follow a simple organizational pattern. RT in S3 in S1 in NA L3 NA NA S2 W&L W&L d. Address reader concerns. RT in S3 in S1 in NA L3 NA NA S2 W&L W&L FO= Focus On S = Selection Theme 1=Tall Tales Theme 4= Plays RT = Revisiting the Text Theme 2=Poetry Theme 5= Autobiography + = QAR Strategies (using side margin questions) L = Link I = Informational Study Skills RWW = Reading Writing Workshop FO = Focus On W&L=Writing and Language Green Section * Not assessable in multiple-choice format 9 California Department of Education CST Blueprint/modified/RUSD/ce/sb/6/23/10
  10. 10. DRAFT RIVERSIDE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Elementary Education Department Grade 5 English Language Arts CS Suppl. Themes CST T Assess. CALIFORNIA CONTENT STANDARDS: LISTENING # of AND SPEAKING Rel. Form A Ite 1 2 3 4 5 6 Quest. Quest. ms 1.0 LISTENING AND SPEAKING STRATEGIES Students deliver focused, coherent presentations that convey ideas clearly and relate to the NA NA NA background and interests of the audience. They evaluate the content of oral communication. 1.1 Comprehension Ask questions that seek information not already discussed. NA NA NA 1.2 Comprehension Interpret a speaker’s verbal and NA S3 NA NA nonverbal messages, purposes, and perspectives. 1.3 Comprehension Make inferences or draw NA NA NA conclusions based on an oral report. 1.4 Organization and Delivery of Oral S1,2 in S3 in Communication Select a focus, organizational NA S1 FO S1 NA NA L/S/V L/S/V structure, and point of view for an oral presentation. 1.5 Organization and Delivery of Oral S1,2 in S3 in Communication Clarify and support spoken ideas NA S1 S1,3 NA NA L/S/V L/S/V with evidence and examples. 1.6 Organization and Delivery of Oral Communication Engage the audience with NA S All NA NA appropriate verbal cues, facial expressions, and gestures. 1.7 Analysis and Evaluation of Oral and Media Communications Identify, analyze, and critique persuasive techniques (e.g., promises, dares, S1,3 in NA S4 NA NA flattery, and glittering generalities); identify logical L/S/V fallacies used in oral presentations and media messages. * Not assessable in multiple-choice format *Standards listed with an “S” (in this section only) are from the Listening 10 California Department of Education CST Blueprint/modified/RUSD/ce/sb/6/23/10 /Speaking/Viewing [L/S/V] lessons within the Green Strand only.
  11. 11. DRAFT RIVERSIDE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Elementary Education Department Grade 5 English Language Arts CS Suppl. Themes CST T Assess. CALIFORNIA CONTENT STANDARDS: LISTENING # of AND SPEAKING Rel. Form A Ite 1 2 3 4 5 6 Quest. Quest. ms 1.8 Analysis and Evaluation of Oral and Media S3 in Communications Analyze media as sources for NA L/S/W NA NA information, entertainment, persuasion, interpretation of I1 events, and transmission of culture. *Standards listed with an “S” (in this section only) are from the Listening S = Selection /Speaking/Viewing [L/S/V] lessons within the Green Strand only. RT = Revisiting the Text + = QAR Strategies (using side margin questions) L = Link I = Informational Study Skills RWW = Reading Writing Workshop FO = Focus On FO= Focus On Theme 1=Tall Tales Theme 4= Plays Theme 2=Poetry Theme 5= Autobiography * Not assessable in multiple-choice format 11 California Department of Education CST Blueprint/modified/RUSD/ce/sb/6/23/10
  12. 12. DRAFT RIVERSIDE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Elementary Education Department Grade 5 English Language Arts Suppl. CST Themes CST Assess. CALIFORNIA CONTENT STANDARDS: LISTENING # of AND SPEAKING Rel. Form A Ite 1 2 3 4 5 6 Quest. Quest. ms 2.0 Speaking Applications (Genres and Their Characteristics) Students deliver well-organized formal presentations employing traditional rhetorical strategies (e.g., narration, exposition, persuasion, NA NA NA description). Student speaking demonstrates a command of standard American English and the organizational and delivery strategies outlined in Listening and Speaking Standard 1.0. 2.1 Using the speaking strategies of grade five outlined in Listening and Speaking Standard1.0, NA NA NA students: Deliver narrative presentations: a. Establish a situation, plot, point of view, and S2 in S3 in S1 in NA NA NA setting with descriptive words and phrases. L/S/V L/S/V L/S/V b. Using the speaking strategies of grade five outlined in Listening and Speaking Standard1.0, S2 in S2 in S1 in NA NA NA students: Show, rather than tell, the listener what L/S/V L/S/V L/S/V happens. 2.2 Using the speaking strategies of grade five outlined in Listening and Speaking Standard1.0, students: Deliver informative presentations about NA NA NA an important idea, issue, or event by the following means: S1 in a. Frame questions to direct the investigation. NA NA NA L/S/V S1 in b. Establish a controlling idea or topic. NA NA NA L/S/V c. Develop the topic with simple facts, details, S1 in NA NA NA examples, and explanations. L/S/V * Not assessable in multiple-choice format 12 California Department of Education CST Blueprint/modified/RUSD/ce/sb/6/23/10 *Standards listed with an “S” (in this section only) are from the Listening /Speaking/Viewing [L/S/V] lessons within the Green Strand only.
  13. 13. DRAFT RIVERSIDE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Elementary Education Department Grade 5 English Language Arts Suppl. CST Themes CST Assess. CALIFORNIA CONTENT STANDARDS: LISTENING # of AND SPEAKING Rel. Form A Ite 1 2 3 4 5 6 Quest. Quest. ms 2.3 Using the speaking strategies of grade five outlined in Listening and Speaking Standard1.0, NA NA NA students: Deliver oral responses to literature: a. Summarize significant events and details. NA FO S2 FO FO NA NA b. Articulate an understanding of several ideas or NA FO S2 FO FO NA NA images communicated by the literary work. c. Use examples or textual evidence from the work to NA FO S2 FO FO NA NA support conclusions. *Standards listed with an “S” (in this section only) are from the Listening /Speaking/Viewing [L/S/V] lessons within the S = Selection Green Strand only. RT = Revisiting the Text + = QAR Strategies (using side margin questions) L = Link FO= Focus On I = Informational Study Skills Theme 1=Tall Tales Theme 4= Plays RWW = Reading Writing Workshop Theme 2=Poetry Theme 5= Autobiography FO = Focus On * Not assessable in multiple-choice format 13 California Department of Education CST Blueprint/modified/RUSD/ce/sb/6/23/10

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