Using Quotes to Understand and Draw Inferences from Text
Quotes and Direct Evidence
Research papers may be anathema to most students, but by now we've developed the skills to sufficiently analyze and synthesize text. Look out book reports, here we come!
Fifth grade reading work is largely a continuation of everything students worked toward in the previous year, just on a larger scale and with more challenging texts. Many students will have identified a number of enticing characters and series when picking out books, and they are doing a better job of comprehending literary devices like metaphors and similes.
For a more comprehensive look at eSpark's standards-aligned fifth grade reading teaching resources, check out the breakdown of covered domains and the skills students will be working on here:
Some of the skills students will master in eSpark include:
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