5.FR.PH.3 Use combined knowledge of all letter-sound correspondences, syllabication patterns, and morphology (roots and affixes) to read accurately unfamiliar grade-level multisyllabic words (e.g., disallow, misinform, transaction) in context and out of context.
5.VD.AV.3 Acquire and use accurately general academic and content-specific words and phrases occurring in grade-level reading and content, including those that signal contrast, addition, connection, and other logical relationships (e.g., therefore, for example, meanwhile, on the other hand). Use these words in discussions and writing.
5.RS.IP Inquiry Process to Build, Present, and Use Knowledge
5.RS.IP.1 Conduct short research tasks to take some action or share findings orally or in writing by formulating research questions; gathering relevant and reliable information from both primary and secondary sources as appropriate; paraphrasing and quoting ideas and information; and respecting copyright guidelines for use of that information and any images.
5.RS.DR.2 Read a series of texts organized around a variety of conceptually related topics to build knowledge about the world. (These texts should be at a range of complexity levels so students can read the texts independently, with peers, or with modest support.)
5.W.RW.1 Develop flexibility in writing by routinely engaging in the production of shorter and longer pieces for a range of tasks, purposes, and audiences. This could include, among others, summaries, reflections, descriptions, critiques, letters, and poetry, etc.
5.W.RW.2 Write arguments that introduce the topic clearly; express a distinct opinion supported with adequate facts, ideas, and reasons that are logically grouped and provide a concluding section.
5.W.RW.3 Write informational texts that introduce the topic; develop the focus with relevant facts, details, and examples from multiple sources that are logically grouped, including headings to support the purpose; and provide a concluding section.
5.W.RW.4 Write personal or fictional narratives that establish a situation and narrator; organize around a central problem, conflict, or experience using descriptions, dialogue or pacing to develop the characters, event(s), or experience(s); and provide a conclusion that follows from the narrated events.
5.W.RW.6 With support from adults and peers, develop and strengthen writing as needed by planning, revising, editing, rewriting, or trying a new approach. (Editing should demonstrate command of grade-level Grammar and Conventions.)