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2021-2022 Curriculum Map

Meece Middle School Curriculum Map 2021-2022

Williams ELA 5

Timeline

Content/Topic

Standards

 

First Nine Weeks-

Theme: Who Am I?

Daily Bell Ringers

DOL

Using Constructed Response Organizer- Do-What

Scope Magazines

 

Composition- The Writing Process-

(Over Time, On-Demand, Quick Write, Short Answer, Extended Answer)

 

Constructed Response Writing

  • Short Answer
  • Extended Response

 

Baseline Writing Assessment-

 Opinion Writing for Constructed Response Questions

 

Composition (Writing)-

Instruction and use of IBC (Introduction, Body, and Conclusion)

 

On Demand Writing-

Brief introduction to ODW format

  • 30 minutes
  • 60 minutes

 

 

C.5.2- Information/Explanatory

  1. Appropriate Task, Purpose, Audience
  2. Introduction Organized Appropriately
  3. Include Facts, Definitions, Concrete Details, Quotations, Etc.
  4. Appropriate Conjunctions to develop Text Structure
  5. Transitions
  6. Vocabulary
  7. Conclusion
  8. Writing Process

 

 

 

C.5.1- Opinion Pieces

  1. Appropriate Task, Purpose, Audience
  2. Introduction Organized Appropriately
  3. Includes Facts and Details
  4. Transitions
  5. Conclusion
  6. Writing Process (planning, revising, editing, rewriting or trying a new approach)

 

 
 
 
 
 

Poetry Unit- Who Am I? Poetry

Poetry

  • Poem- "Paul Revere's Ride"
  • Ballad- "Star Spangled Banner"
  • Narrator Perspective- (Point of View)
  • Respond to Poetry,
  •  Summarize poetry
  • Analyze poetry

L.5.5- Figurative Language

  1. Similes and Metaphors
  2. Idioms, Adages, and Proverbs
  3. Synonyms and Antonyms

 

 

Author Study

  • George Ella Lyon
  • Rick Riordan

 

RL.5.1- Quote and Draw Inferences

RL.5.2- Theme

RL.5.3- Compare and Contrast (characters, settings, events)

RL.5.4- Allusions in Mythology

RL.5.5- Text Structure (linear, nonlinear, and circular structures)

RL.5.6- Perspective (C.C.S. term- Point of View)

RL.5.7- Visual and Multimedia Elements

RL.5.8- n/a

RL.5.9- Compare and Contrast (themes and topics within the same genre)

RL.5.10- Comprehension Strategies (questioning, monitoring, visualizing, inferencing, summarizing, synthesizing, using prior knowledge, determining importance)

RI.5.5- Compare and Contrast (events, ideas, concepts or information)

 

 

 

 

Language-

Figurative language terms

 

Class Novel- The Lightening Thief

                         by Rick Riordan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nonfiction Genres

  • Nonfiction reading and research on Greek mythology
 

 

 

 

 

Timeline

Content/Topic

Standards

 

Second Nine Weeks

Theme: Dreams

Daily Bell Ringers

DOL

Using Constructed Response Organizer- Do-What

Scope Magazines

 

Reading Informational Skills

RI.5.1- Quote and Draw Inferences

RI.5.2- Central Idea (C.C.S. term- Main Idea) and Cite Evidence

RI.5.3- Explain Relationships/Interactions

RI.5.4- Vocabulary

RI.5.5- Compare and Contrast (events, ideas, concepts or information)

RI.5.6- Multiple Accounts (of the same topic), compare and contrast, and analyze perspective

RI.5.7- Analyze Print and Non-Print Formats

RI.5.8- How

 an Author Uses Reasons and Evidence to Support Claims (C.C.S. term- points)

RI.5.9- Integrate Information from Several Texts

RI.5.10- Comprehension Strategies (same as RL.5.10)

 

C.5.2- Information/Explanatory

  1. Appropriate Task, Purpose, Audience
  2. Introduction Organized Appropriately
  3. Include Facts, Definitions, Concrete Details, Quotations, Etc.
  4. Appropriate Conjunctions to develop Text Structure
  5. Transitions
  6. Vocabulary
  7. Conclusion
  8. Writing Process

 

Reading-

Nonfiction, Nonfiction Narratives

Text Structure

Text Features

Reading for Information

Composition (Writing)-

Informational Writing

Revise and Edit

Teacher Created Booklets

Constructed Response Writing

Research Writing- Inventions and Inventors

Language-

L.5.1- Grammar and Usage

L.5.2- Grammar and Usage While Writing

L.5.3- Knowledge of Language

 

 

 

Timeline

Content/Topic

Standards

 

Third Nine Weeks

Theme: Resolving Conflict

Daily Bell Ringers

DOL

Scope Magazines

On-Demand Writing

Using ODW Organizer- 4 Square

Revise and Edit

 

Reading Informational Skills

RI.5.1- Quote and Draw Inferences

RI.5.2- Central Idea (C.C.S. term- Main Idea) and Cite Evidence

RI.5.3- Explain Relationships/Interactions

RI.5.4- Vocabulary

RI.5.5- Compare and Contrast (events, ideas, concepts or information)

RI.5.6- Multiple Accounts (of the same topic), compare and contrast, and analyze perspective

RI.5.7- Analyze Print and Non-Print Formats

RI.5.8- How

 an Author Uses Reasons and Evidence to Support Claims (C.C.S. term- points)

RI.5.9- Integrate Information from Several Texts

RI.5.10- Comprehension Strategies (same as RL.5.10)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

C.5.2- Information/Explanatory

  1. Appropriate Task, Purpose, Audience
  2. Introduction Organized Appropriately
  3. Include Facts, Definitions, Concrete Details, Quotations, Etc.
  4. Appropriate Conjunctions to develop Text Structure
  5. Transitions
  6. Vocabulary
  7. Conclusion
  8. Writing Process

C.5.3- Narratives

  1. Appropriate Task, Purpose, Audience
  2. Introduction Organized Appropriately
  3. Narrative Techniques (dialogue, description, pacing)
  4. Conjunctions and Transition Words
  5. Convey Experiences and Events Precisely (using concrete words and phrases)
  6. Conclusion
  7. Writing Process

 

Reading-

Nonfiction, Nonfiction Narratives

Compare and Contrast

characters

settings

events

Using Reasons and Evidence to Support Ideas/Reasons/Claims

Combining Information from MultipleTexts

NonfictionText Comprehension Strategies

Incorporating Voice In Writing/Composition-

FAP- Form, Audience, Purpose

Reading for Information-

Supporting Ideas With Evidence From Texts

Explaining Relationships/Interactions in Nonfiction Texts

Composition (Writing)-

Informational Writing

Constructed Response Writing Review

Forms- Feature Article, Editorial, Friendly Letter, Speech, Narrative, E-Mail, Essay

Language-

L.5.1- Grammar and Usage

L.5.2- Grammar and Usage While Writing

L.5.3- Knowledge of Language