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Fifth Grade StoryTown Pacing Guide 2009-2010 School Year

Lesson Literature Focus Skill & Strategy Phonics / Spelling Fluency Writing Grammar Reading Workshop Vocabulary

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Weeks 1-6 (8/24-10/2) Lessons 1-5 Book 5 Ride The Edge Theme 1 - Finding A Way

Rope Burn Skill: Plot: Conflict & Resolution Strategy: Use Story Structure Words with Closed Syllables: Short Vowel Patterns

Spelling : bandage, chest, drift, dull, dusk, stretch, flock, fond, measure, does, scrap, shift, smash, switch, swept, threat, timid, plaid, trust, twist

Accuracy

Lesson 1

Form: Character Description Paragraph Trait: Voice

Complete, Declarative & Interrogative Sentences

Below: Wrong Way! On: Catarina Speaks Above: Giggles and Squiggles

humiliation, expectations, fringes, hesitating, sincere, coaxed

Line Drive

Lesson 2

Skill: Plot: Conflict & Resolution (review) Strategy: Use Story Structure (review) Skill: Character's Motives Strategy: Monitor Comprehension: Reread

Words with Long Vowels & Vowel Digraphs

Spelling : needle, speech, reason, crease, thief, fade, obtain, faint, steep, rayon, eager, shadow, saying, mild, coach, smoke, twice, human, teenage, niece

Accuracy (review)

Form: Autobiographic al Composition Trait: Voice

Imperative & Exclamatory Sentences; Interjections

Below: Last At Bat On: For the Love of the Game Above: Lazu's Game

maven, mortified, reigned, conceited, designated, smirk, exhilarated

Chang and the Bamboo Flute

Lesson 3

Words with Vowel Digraphs Reading Rate Form: Subjects & Spelling : counter, fraud, Autobiographic Predicates oyster, appoint, drawn, al Narrative awning, laundry, feud, shawl, Trait: Word jewel, royalty, powder, Choice

annoying, cashew, scoop, bamboo, browse, ointment, rooster, rescue

Below: Hector's Talent On: A Dog's Life Above: My Dancing Shoes

pried, desperately, sneered, indignantly, urgently, grudgingly

Fifth Grade StoryTown Pacing Guide 2009-2010 School Year

Lesson Literature

The Daring Nellie Bly: America's Star Reporter

2

Focus Skill & Strategy

Skill: Character's Motives (review) Strategy: Monitor Comprehension: Reread (review)

Phonics / Spelling

Fluency

Writing

Grammar

Reading Workshop

Vocabulary

relented, faze, eccentric, infuriated, disheartened, impassable, crusaded

Lesson 4

Words with Inflections: ed & Reading Rate Form: ing (review) Newspaper Spelling : talked, hurried, Story smiling, dropped, clapping, Trait: Word stepped, worried, worrying, Choice

changing, stayed, buying, dried, picnicking, scared, driving, obeyed, playing, tried, carried, hurrying

Complete & Below: Harriett Simple Subjects Tubman: & Predicates American Hero On: James Pittar: Swimming the Continents Above: John Hockenberry: Reporter on Wheels (Review) Complete Declarative & Interrogative Sentences Imperative & Exclamatory Sentences: Interjections Subjects & Predicates Complete & Simple Subjects & Predicates Below: Show Me How Day On: A Winning Attitude Above: Break A Leg!

It Takes Talent! (Readers' Theater)

Lesson 5

Skill: (Review) Plot: Conflict & Resolution, Character's Motives Strategy: (Review) Use Story Structure, Monitor Comprehension: Reread

(Review) Words with Closed Syllables, Open Syllable Patterns, Syllable Patterns: Vowel Digraphs, Inflections: ed, ing Spelling : Review

(Review) Revise & Accuracy & Publish Reading Rate Selected Previous Writing Assignments

(Introduce) genial, prognostication, stricken, dramatically, restrain, protest, feverishly, overcome, flop, spectacular

Weeks 1-6 (8/24-10/2) Book 5 Riding The Edge

The Night of San Juan Skill: Theme Strategy: Ask Questions Words with Consonant: le Spelling : drizzle, gobble, meddle, shuffle, bundle, pickle, hobble, topple, hurtle, vehicle, struggle, wiggle, spindle, speckle, griddle, ripple, article, triple, jingle, bugle Expression

Lessons 1-5 Theme 2 - Common Goals

Form: Personal Compound Subjects & Response Predicates Paragraphs Trait: Ideas Below: Friday the wistful, grateful, grim, raspy, swarmed, Juneteenth On: My Abuelita revelers, irresistible Above: Braided Bread and Bathtub Fish

Lesson 6

Fifth Grade StoryTown Pacing Guide 2009-2010 School Year

Lesson Literature Focus Skill & Strategy Phonics / Spelling

Words with VCCV: Same Medial Consonants

Spelling : suppose, hurricane, ballad, bellow, success, appeal, announcer, tissue, excellent, terrific, collect, slippery, common, arrange, suffer, follow, kennel, squirrel, message, summary

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Fluency

Expression (review)

Writing

Form: Journal Entry Trait: Ideas

Grammar

Simple & Compound Sentences

Reading Workshop

Below: The Absentminded Performer On: What a Circus Above: Violin Lessons

Vocabulary

fret, assured, nudged, outlandish, ruckus, proclaimed

Lesson 7

When the Skill: Theme Circus Came (review) to Town Strategy: Ask Questions (review)

When Washington Crossed the Delaware

Lesson 8

Skill: Text Structure: Sequence Strategy: Use Graphic Organizers

Words with VCCV: Different medial consonants

Spelling : entire, hospital, public, combine, golden, chimney, pretzel, survive, absorb, turmoil, wisdom, journey, condition, whisper, identify, establish, furnace, capture, marvelous, nursery

Phrasing

Form: Biography Trait: Organization

Prepositions & Prepositional Phrases

Below: Daughter's of the Revolution On: Walk the Freedom Trail Above: The Attack of the Turtle

crucial, crisis, maneuvered, perseverance, encountered, persuading, appealed, destiny

Leonardo's Horse

Lesson 9

Skill: Plot: Text Structure: Sequence (review) Strategy: Use Graphic Organizers (review)

Words with VCCCV Patterns

Spelling : congress, English, fortress, expression, conclude, complain, complex, distrust, contribute, explode, umbrella, merchandise, remembrance, concrete, goggles, portray, technique, accomplish, function, membrane

Phrasing (review)

Form: Summary Trait: Organization

Clauses & Phrases; Complex Sentences

Below: Leonardo scholars, specialized, da Vinci and the gesture, envisioned, proportion, resisted City of Florence On: The Search for the Trojan Horse Above: Lost Wax: Making Great Works in Bronze

Fifth Grade StoryTown Pacing Guide 2009-2010 School Year

Lesson Literature

The Secret Ingredient (Reader's Theater)

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Focus Skill & Strategy

Skill: (Review) Theme, Text Structure: Sequence Strategy: Ask Questions, Use Graphic Organizers

Phonics / Spelling

(Review) Words with Consonant -le, VCCV: Same medial sounds, VCCV: Different medial sounds, VCCCV Patterns

Spelling : Review

Fluency

(Review) Expression Phrasing

Writing

Revise and Publish Selected Previous Writing Assignments

Grammar

(Review) Compound Subjects & Predicates, Simple & Compound Sentences, Prepositions & Prepositional Phrases, Clauses & Phrases; Complex Sentences

Reading Workshop

Below: In The Fish Kitchen On: There is No I in Team Above: The Egg Drop Eggsperiment

Vocabulary

(Introduce) eminent, charity, modest, disgruntled, inadequate, aghast, dismayed, amends, absentminded, concoction

Lesson 10

Weeks 13-18 (11/16-12/22) Lessons 11-15 Book 5 Ride The Edge Theme 3 - Go With The Flow

Sailing Home: A Story of a Childhood at Sea Skill: Compare & Contrast Strategy: Monitor Comprehension: Self-Correction Open & Closed Syllable Patterns

Spelling : enemy, balance, basis, closet, decent, define, eleven, fanatic, honest, humor, minute, model, protest, ocean, pretend, private, radar, second, slogan, editor

Intonation

Lesson 11

Form: Common and Proper Nouns Descriptive Paragraph: Setting Trait: Sentence Fluency

Below: Rescue! Grace Darling's Story On: Sailing Boy: William Fish, William's Story Above: Take the Wheel: The Story of Mary Patten

inflammable, dignified, rowdy, seldom, conducted, shatter, broached

Lesson 12

Ultimate Field Trip 3: Wading into Marine Biology

Skill: Compare & Contrast (review) Strategy: (Monitor Comprehension: Self-Correction (review)

Words with Prefixes; re, un, non

Spelling : reenter, refried, reconsider, repaint, reform, replay, retake, remake, reclaim, replant, unable, uninformed, undesirable, untold, unwise, nonconductor, nonproductive, nonexistent, nonflammable, nondairy

Intonation (review)

Form: Possessive Nouns Compare & Contrast Composition Trait: Sentence Fluency

Below: The Arctic adjust, residents, specimens, recoil, Ocean: A pesky, debris, internal Changing Sea On: Sea Trip: Exploring a Coral Reef Above: Diving Into Ocean Exploration

Fifth Grade StoryTown Pacing Guide 2009-2010 School Year

Lesson Literature

Stormalong

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Focus Skill & Strategy

Skill: Cause & Effect Strategy: Use Graphic Organizers

Phonics / Spelling

Words with Suffixes: able, ible, ment, less

Spelling : development, dispensable, enjoyable, digestible, divisible, irresistible, admissible, appointment, argument, payment, amazement, priceless, judgment, resentment, embarrassment, boundless, ageless, aimless, motionless, worthless

Fluency

Pacing

Writing

Form: Descriptive Paragraph: Character Trait: Conventions

Grammar

Possessive Nouns

Reading Workshop

Below: Mississippi Marvis Barnes On: Balina Above: Whisper

Vocabulary

bellowing, outcast, reputation, betrayed, yearning, withered, escapades, unfathomable

Lesson 13

A Drop of Water

Lesson 14

Skill: Cause & Effect (review) Strategy: Use Graphic Organizers (review)

Words with Endings (schwa) /en/, /el/, /er/

Spelling : barrel, cannon, capitol, civil, clever, discover, frozen, general, hidden, inventor, mayor, pepper, polar, proper, sandal, saucer, original, theater, tutor, musical

Pace (review)

Form: Cause & Pronouns & Antecedents Effect Paragraph Trait: Conventions

Below: Wheels on the Water On: Water on the Rise! Above: Full Steam Ahead

elongates, elastic, rigid, accumulate, underlying, intricate, vanish, replenishing

Lesson 15

How Prairie Became Ocean (Reader's Theater)

Skill: (Review) Compare & Contrast, Cause & Effect Strategy: Monitor Comprehension: Self-Correct, Use Graphic Organizers

(Review) Open/Closed (Review) Intonation Revise Pace and Syllable Patterns, Prefixes: Publish re, un, non Suffixes: able, Selected ible, ment, less Previous Words with Endings Writing (schwa) /en/, /el/, /er/ Assignments

Spelling : Review

(Review) Common & Proper Nouns, Singular & Plural Nouns, Possessive Nouns, Pronouns & Antecedents

Below: Coyote and the Volcano On: The Story of Prairie Rose Above: Let the River Flow

(Introduce) recount, uninhabitable, sustain, monotonous, endeavor, dwell, brimming, teeming, parched, sorrowful

Weeks 19-24 (1/4-2/12) Lessons 16-20 Book 5 Ride The Edge Theme 4 - Dare To Be Great

Fifth Grade StoryTown Pacing Guide 2009-2010 School Year

Lesson Literature

The School Story

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Focus Skill & Strategy

Skill: Make Inferences Strategy: Use Story Structure

Phonics / Spelling

Prefixes: im, in, ir, il

Spelling : inactive, inaccurate, irregular, irrelevant, ineffective, imbalance, immature, impatient, imperfect, impossible, illegal, illiterate, illegible, inaction, independent, invalid, indefinite, injustice, irreplaceable, impolite

Fluency

Intonation

Writing

Form: Narrative Paragraph Trait: Voice

Grammar

Reading Workshop

Vocabulary

tempted, insights, essence, indication, proposed, instinct, baffled

Lesson 16

Subjective & Below: A Change Objective Case of Heart Pronouns On: Juan's Story Above: Perfect Pen Pal

Lesson 17

Nothing Ever Skill: Make Happens on Inferences 90th Street (review) Strategy: Use Story Structure (review)

Suffixes: and, ent, eer, ist, ian

Spelling : accountant, applicant, attendant, defiant, mutineer, expectant, hesitant, quadrant, resistant, servant, dependent, indulgent, insistent, urgent, auctioneer, accompanist, artist, cellist, technician, novelist

Intonation (review)

Form: Skit Trait: Voice

Possessive & Below: Boring Old Reflexive Case Duffield Street Pronouns On: Nothing Ever Happens on the Farm Above: The Dog Days of Summer

hiatus, embarked, unimaginable, extravagant, gourmet, throng, precarious

Project Mulberry

Lesson 18

Skill: Main Idea & Details Strategy: Monitor Comprehension: Adjust Reading Rate

Suffixes: ous, eous, ious Reading Rate Spelling: courteous, hazardous, humorous, monstrous, porous, curious, furious, glorious, delirious, fictitious, gracious, ambitious, discourteous, dangerous, anxious, spontaneous, religious, delicious, mountainous, ridiculous

Form: Adjectives and Suspense Story Articles Trait: Word Choice

Below: The Class compartments, swayed, phobia, Carnival invasion, vetoed, wispy On: Dyeing to Win Above: A Magical Night

Fifth Grade StoryTown Pacing Guide 2009-2010 School Year

Lesson Literature

Inventing the Future: A Photo biography of Thomas Alva Edison

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Focus Skill & Strategy

Skill: Main Idea & Details (review) Strategy: Monitor Comprehension: Adjust Reading Rate (review)

Phonics / Spelling

Homophones

Spelling : steal, steel, waste, waist, weak, week, base, bass, pain, pane, flare, flair, dual, duel, stationary, stationery, flower, flour, sight, site

Fluency

Writing

Grammar

Reading Workshop

Below: Marie Curie: Against All Odds On: Benjamin Banneker: A Man Ahead of His Time Above: Benjamin Franklin: A Man of Many Talents Below: The Grand Taskmaster On: Trivia Trails Above: The World's Wackiest Word

Vocabulary

tendency, feat, irrepressible, prestigious, device, industry

Reading Rate Form: Letter to Main and (review) Helping Verbs Request Trait: Word Choice

Lesson 19

The Invention Convention (Reader's Theater)

Lesson 20

Skill: (Review) Make Inferences & Main Idea and Details Strategy: Monitor Comprehension: Adjust Reading Rate & Use Story Structure

(Review) Prefixes: im, in, ir, il Suffixes: ant, ent, eer, ist, ian, ous, eous, ious Homophones

Spelling : Review

(Review) Revise and Intonation Publish Reading Rate Selected Previous Writing Assignments

(Review) Subjective & Objective Case Pronouns, Possessive & Reflexive Case Pronouns, Adjectives & Articles, Main & Helping Verbs

(Introduce) scours, appropriate, practical, portable, circulate, protrude, boisterous, deduction, fickle, measly

Weeks 25-27

ISAT Prep and ISAT Testing

(2/15-3/5)

Weeks 28-32 (3/8-4/16) Lessons 21-25 Book 5 Ride The Edge Theme 5 - Making a Difference

Interrupted Journey: Saving Endangered Sea Turtles Skill: Author's Purpose & Perspective Strategy: Summarize Prefixes: in, out, down, up

Spelling : incompetent, uphold, inconsiderate, indecisive, outrank, inhumane, inorganic, income, invertebrate, outgoing, outpatient, outspoken, outwit, downbeat, downgrade, downplay, downtown, uplift, upstage, uptight

Expression

Lesson 21

Form: Action & Linking Verbs Persuasive Letter Trait: Sentence Fluency

Below: Marvelous basking, sleek, vital, Marine Mammals damage, analyzing, detect On: The Gentle Lions of the Sea Above: Whales of the World

Fifth Grade StoryTown Pacing Guide 2009-2010 School Year

Lesson Literature Focus Skill & Strategy Phonics / Spelling

Words with Suffixes: ation, ition, sion, ion

Spelling : acceleration, accumulation, activation, alteration, authorization, calculation, cancellation, dedication, organization, demolition, repetition, mansion, pension, passion, tension, champion, confusion, permission, population, companion

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Fluency

Expression

Writing

Grammar

Reading Workshop

Below: Nina Wows KWOW On: A Friendly Fieldtrip Above: A.L.L. to the Rescue

Vocabulary

somberly, stammers, monopolize, deflated, enraptured, enterprising, cumbersome

Lesson 22

The Power of Skill: Author's W.O.W! Purpose and Perspective Strategy: Summarize (review)

Form: Present Tense; Subject-Verb Persuasive Agreement Paragraph Trait: Sentence Fluency

Lesson 23

Any Small Goodness: A Novel of the Barrio

Skill: Literary Devices Strategy: Answer Questions

Words with Silent Letters

Spelling : assign, autumn, column, crumb, debris, delight, design, glisten, hasten, knead, knowledge, lightning, resign, rhyme, solemn, thorough, scenery, whirl, wreath, wrestled

Pace

Form: Poetry Trait: Organization

Past and Future Below: Incredible gouges, desolate, Tenses bustles, fervor, Eddie immaculate, assuage On: A Spy Next Door Above: Just Visiting

Chester Cricket's Pigeon Ride

Lesson 24

Skill: Literary Devices Strategy: Answer Questions

Words with Unusual Plurals Pace Spelling : addresses, armies, (review)

calves, countries, leaves, buses, videos, echoes, shelves, studios, radios, halves, hooves, knives, taxes, tomatoes, opportunities, volcanoes, stitches, wolves

Form: Narrative Composition Trait: Organization

Perfect Tenses Below: Jar of Wings On: George to the Rescue Above: Best Bugs

excursions, giddy, pinnacle, gleeful, panic, turbulent, precious

Fifth Grade StoryTown Pacing Guide 2009-2010 School Year

Lesson Literature

The Compassion Campaign (Reader's Theater)

9

Focus Skill & Strategy

Skill: (Review) Author's Purpose and Perspective & Literary Devices Strategy: Summarize & Answer Questions

Phonics / Spelling

Fluency

Writing

Revise and Publish Selected Previous Writing Assignments

Grammar

(Review) Action and Linking Verbs, Present Tense Subject-Verb Agreement, Past and Future Tenses, Perfect Tenses

Reading Workshop

Below: The Clean Machine On: Are We Recycling? A Video Investigation Above: Kids Clean Up

Vocabulary

(Introduce) loathe, bland, mentor, dilapidated, coordination, altruism, sensibility, advocacy, mistreated, compassionate

Lesson 25

(Review) Words with (Review) Pace Prefixes: in, out, down, up & Expression Words with Suffixes: ation, ition, sion, ion Words with Silent Letters Words with Unusual Plurals

Spelling : Review

Weeks 33-38 (4/19 End of School) Lessons 26-30 Book 5 Ride The Wave Theme 6 - Feats of Daring

Lewis and Clark Skill: Summarize and Paraphrase Strategy: Monitor Comprehension: Read Ahead Words with Prefix +Root Word + Suffix

Spelling : unsuccessful, undoubtedly, impossibly, disloyalty, deactivation, unlikable, replacement, unsafely, uncollectible, immeasurable, impassible, encouragement, unbelievable, unselfishly, rearrangement, discoverable, dishonestly, unbreakable, reappearance, reassurance

Accuracy

Form: Paragraph of Explanation Trait: Ideas

Lesson 26

Irregular Verbs Below: The Corps of Discovery On: Friends Along the Way Above: Sacagawea: A Token peace

asset, intently, profusely, ordeal, terrain, dismal, peril, esteem

Lesson 27

Klondike Kate Skill: Summarize and Paraphrase (review) Strategy: Monitor Comprehension: Read Ahead (review)

Words with Greek Parts

Spelling : astronomy, disaster, asterisk, astronaut, asteroid, chronic, chronicle, chronology, chronological, synchronize, cyclical, bicyclist, cyclone, encyclopedia, hydrogen, hydrant, hydrate, optic, optician, optical

Accuracy (review)

Form: Paragraph of Historical Information Trait: Ideas

Contractions

Below: Calamity Jane: Adventurer and Leader On: Amelia Earhart: Pilot and Adventurer Above: A Poppy in the Tundra: The Story of Isobel Wylie Hutchinson

remote, laden, appalled, invest, floundered, grueling, isolated

Fifth Grade StoryTown Pacing Guide 2009-2010 School Year

Lesson Literature

The Top of the World: Climbing Mount Everest

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Focus Skill & Strategy

Skill: Fact and Opinion Strategy: Summarize

Phonics / Spelling

Words with Latin Parts

Spelling : tractor, distract, traction, contract, attract, subtract, erupt, bankrupt, interrupt, abrupt, rupture, audio, audible, audience, auditorium, audition, verdict, diction, dictate, predict

Fluency

Phrasing

Writing

Grammar

Reading Workshop

Below: The Sensational Seven Summits On: Meet The Sherpas Above: Watch Your Altitude!

Vocabulary

summit, accustomed, secure, essential, streamlined, acclimate

Lesson 28

Form: How-To Adverbs Paragraph Trait: Conventions

The Man Who Went to the Far Side of the Moon

Lesson 29

Skill: Fact and Opinion (review) Strategy: Summarize (review)

Borrowed Words

Spelling : banana, chimpanzee, yogurt, almanac, syrup, cousin, stomach, language, foyer, acronym, chlorine, kayak, parka, balcony, replica, anchor, urban, coyote, chocolate, vanilla

Phrasing (review)

Form: Essay of Punctuation Explanation Trait: Conventions

Below: A ignited, squinting, Scrapbook from jettisoned, tranquility, cramped, potentially the Moon On: High Fashion: Out of This World Above: The Lunar Module: Engineered to Serve Below: Exploring Redwood National Park On: Exploring Big Bend Above: Exploring Volcanoes National Park (Introduce) poised, earnestly, insufficient, exceptional, achievement, bickering, equivalent, regal, customary, provoke

Exploring the Gulf Coast (Reader's Theater)

Lesson 30

Skill: (Review) Summarize and Paraphrase, Fact and Opinion Strategy: Monitor Comprehension: Read Ahead, Summarize

(Review) Words with Prefixes + Root Words + Suffixes, Words with Greek Parts, Words with Latin Parts, Borrowed Words

Spelling : Review

(Review) Accuracy & Phrasing

Revise and Publish Selected Previous Writing Assignments

(Review) Irregular Verbs, Contractions, Adverbs, Punctuation

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