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Scholastic Inc grants teachers permission to photocopy the reproducible pages from this book for classroom use No other part of this. publication may be reproduced in whole or in part or stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means electronic. mechanical photocopying recording or otherwise without written permission of the publisher For information regarding permission. write to Scholastic Inc 557 Broadway New York NY 10012. Cover design Tannaz Fassihi,Cover illustration Patrick George. Interior design Kathy Massaro, Interior illustrations by Doug Jones Kelly Kennedy Michael Moran and Jason Robinson. ISBN 978 0 545 79388 9,Copyright 2016 by Scholastic Inc. All rights reserved,Printed in the U S A,Published by Scholastic Inc. First printing January 2016,1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 40 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16.
Introduction 5, Teaching Routine for Close Reading and Purposeful Text Marking 7. Connections to the Standards 9,Comprehension Skill Summary Cards 10. Literary Text Passages, 1 Fishing With Grandpa Leon 890 L Realistic Fiction 14. 2 A Cabin in Syracuse 1855 990 L Historical Fiction 16. Point of View,3 The Expedition 880 L Adventure Story 18. 4 The Record Setter 960 L Humorous Story 20,Setting Mood.
5 The Beach House 850 L Suspense Story 22, 6 Mile and a Quarter Monkey 960 L Descriptive Story 24. Key Events Details,7 Medieval Festival 920 L Fantasy 26. 8 Block Party Celebrity 1000 L Community Story 28,Literary Passages Close Reading Grade 5. Scholastic Inc,Sequence of Events,9 Painted Sneakers 970 L Crafts Story 30. 10 The Relief Pitcher 1010 L Sports Story 32,Conflict Resolution.
11 Krishna s Lesson 860 L Legend 34, 12 Talent Show Contest 910 L Entertainment Story 36. Context Clues,13 The Unlucky Lizard 870 L Folktale 38. 14 The Shipwreck 880 L Fable 40,Compare Contrast,15 Room and Bored 850 L Family Story 42. 16 The Chapman Stick 860 L Music Story 44,Make Inferences. 17 Have You Ever Seen N A Poem 46, 18 To Go or Not to Go 1010 L Science Fiction Story 48.
19 Egg of Chaos 830 L Creation Myth 50,20 Febold Feboldson s Find 980 L Tall Tale 52. Answer Key 54,Literary Passages Close Reading Grade 5. Scholastic Inc,Introduction, R eading discussing and sharing literary texts contributes greatly to the. development of well rounded minds Exposure to diverse forms characters. and plots set in varied time periods and cultures models for readers how the world. works Literary texts help us learn how people explore interact struggle grow. and solve problems In short reading fiction enriches us. Modern science supports that the human brain is hard wired for. stories All cultures immerse their children in stories that explain the Connections to. ways of the world while engaging their emotions Although many the Standards. students enjoy reading fiction navigating the wide variety of rich. literary texts poses challenges for evolving readers Students may lack The chart on page 9. sufficient vocabulary or background knowledge to follow along Some details how the. lessons in this, literary forms or features may be puzzling at first This is why exposing. book will help your, students more frequently to complex literary texts and introducing students meet.
them to active reading comprehension strategies are now key the more rigorous. components of successful reading instruction Useful strategies clearly demands of today s. taught can empower readers to approach literary texts purposefully reading standards. closely and independently Such active tools provide students with a for literature. foundation for success not only in school but for the rest of their lives. Text Marking A Powerful Active Reading Strategy, To improve their comprehension of complex literary texts students must. actively engage with the material Careful and consistent text marking by hand is. one valuable way to accomplish this To begin with by numbering paragraphs. students can readily identify the location of useful narrative details when. discussing a piece By circling main characters underlining pertinent clues to. setting or sequence and boxing key vocabulary students interact directly with the. material making it more digestible in the process But the true goal of teaching. text marking is to help students internalize an effective close reading strategy not. to have them show how many marks they can make on a page. Purposeful text marking intensifies readers focus It helps them identify. narrative elements as they read and recognize and isolate key details or connect. relevant ideas presented in the text For instance boxing words like first then next. and finally can clarify the sequence of ideas or events in a passage By underlining. expressions like the trouble is or one answer is students learn to identify conflicts. and their resolutions When students are asked to compare and contrast elements. in a passage boxing signal words and phrases such as both but or however can. make identifying similarities and differences more apparent Words like since. because and as a result signal cause and effect relationships that structure a piece. Furthermore the physical act of writing by hand in itself helps students not only. process what they read but remember it as well,Literary Passages Close Reading Grade 5. 5 Scholastic Inc,About the Passages, The 20 reproducible passages in this book which vary by genre form purpose tone. and task address ten key reading comprehension skills from identifying character point. of view setting and key events and details to sequencing making inferences and using. context clues to unlock the meaning of unfamiliar words or phrases Consult the Table. of Contents to see the scope of skills genres forms and Lexile scores of the passages. The Lexile scores fall within the ranges recommended for fifth graders The scores for. grade 5 revised to reflect the more rigorous demands of today s higher standards range. from 830 to 1010 This range addresses the variety commonly seen. in typical fifth grade classrooms Note The poem on page 46 does not. include a Lexile score because poetry is excluded from Lexile measurements 4 Point of View Name Date. The Record Setter, Each passage appears on its own page beginning with the title Read the humorous story. Then follow the directions in the Text Marking box. the genre or form of the passage and the main comprehension skill My brother Alex is generally considered to be. a reliable clever thoughtful fellow I say generally. the passage addresses All passages include illustrations Some include. because of things like what he s doing right now,Picture this and you ll understand While I Nate.
sit here playing a video game and texting with half my. common text elements such as capital letters used for emphasis. friends two perfectly normal things to be doing for. amusement what is he occupied with Alex is standing. over there counting softly to himself 79 80 81 82,and captions. while he repeatedly bats a rubber ball attached by an. Text Marking, elastic string to a wooden paddle This is nonsensical. Identify the main character,behavior is it not,in this story Read for clues. The passages are stand alone texts that can be used in any order you You might think I m being too hard on Alex as. brothers sometimes can be to one another On the, contrary I m being lenient You see this time it s paddle. about point of view,Box signal words,that suggest who tells.
choose Feel free to assign passages to individuals pairs small groups ball batting but the last time and I refer to just a few. weeks ago the challenge was standing on his head for. as long as he could with a timer set up on the rug. how the story is told, or the entire class as best suits your teaching style However it s a good. first person, Of course he had to read it upside down but I suppose. he got better at it day by day Maybe he should ve put the third person. timer upside down too Circle the name, idea to preview each passage before you assign it to ensure that your Frankly I m getting a bit concerned What if one. of his goofy pals introduces him to alligator wrestling. Or what if he gets enticed to take up tightrope walking. of the main character,Underline words,or phrases that describe. students have the skills needed to complete it successfully See the next from skyscraper to skyscraper I tell you for Alex these. ideas are not too far fetched,the main character,Literary Passages Close Reading Grade 5.
page for a close reading routine to model for students. Scholastic Inc,Reading Comprehension Question Pages. Do More Name Date,The Record Setter, Answer each question Give details from the humorous story. 1 To amuse himself Nate likes to, Following each passage is a reproducible Do More page of tt A. wrestle alligators,praise his brother,tt C play table tennis. tt D play video games,What helped you answer, text dependent comprehension questions two are multiple choice 2.
Which is a synonym for lenient, questions that call for a single response and a brief text based tt A easygoing tt B critical tt C loving tt D harsh. What helped you answer, explanation to justify that choice The other two questions are open 3. How does Nate use exaggeration to get across his point about his brother s behavior. response items The questions address a range of comprehension. strategies and skills All questions share the goal of ensuring that. students engage in close reading of the text grasp its key ideas and. Imagine Alex describing Nate How might the story be different. provide text based evidence to support their answers Keep additional. paper on hand so students have ample space to write complete and. Literary Passages Close Reading Grade 5,21 Scholastic Inc. thorough answers,4 Point of View Name Date,Answer Key Read the humorous story. The Record Setter, Then follow the directions in the Text Marking box.
An Answer Key pages 54 63 includes annotated versions of each. My brother Alex is generally considered to be, a reliable clever thoughtful fellow I say generally. because of things like what he s doing right now, marked passage and sample answers to its related questions Maintain. Picture this and you ll understand While I Nate, sit here playing a video game and texting with half my. friends two perfectly normal things to be doing for. flexibility in assessing student responses as some markings and answers. amusement what is he occupied with Alex is standing. over there counting softly to himself 79 80 81 82, while he repeatedly bats a rubber ball attached by an. Text Marking, to open response questions may vary Because students are likely to mark.
elastic string to a wooden paddle This is nonsensical. Identify the main character,behavior is it not,in this story Read for clues. You might think I m being too hard on Alex as about point of view. different places in the text for particular skills the annotated versions. brothers sometimes can be to one another On the,Box signal words. contrary I m being lenient You see this time it s paddle. that suggest who tells, ball batting but the last time and I refer to just a few the story. in the Answer Key highlight a variety of possible responses Encourage. weeks ago the challenge was standing on his head for. how the story is told, as long as he could with a timer set up on the rug. first person, Of course he had to read it upside down but I suppose.
students to self assess and revise their answers as you review the text. he got better at it day by day Maybe he should ve put the third person. timer upside down too Circle the name, Frankly I m getting a bit concerned What if one of the main character. markings together This approach encourages discussion comparison. of his goofy pals introduces him to alligator wrestling. Underline words, Or what if he gets enticed to take up tightrope walking or phrases that describe. from skyscraper to skyscraper I tell you for Alex these the main character. extension reinforcement and correlation to other reading skills. ideas are not too far fetched,Literary Passages Close Reading Grade 5. 20 Scholastic Inc,Literary Passages Close Reading Grade 5. 6 Scholastic Inc, Teaching Routine for Close Reading and Purposeful Text Marking.
Any text can become more accessible to readers who have learned to bring various strategies such. as purposeful text marking to the reading process Here is one suggested routine that may be. effective in your classroom, 44 Engage prior knowledge of the topic of the piece and its genre Help students link it to similar. topics or examples of the genre they may have read. 44 Identify the reading skill for which students will be marking the text Display or distribute. the Comprehension Skill Summary Card that applies to the passage Go over its key ideas. See Comprehension Skill Summary Cards pages 8 10 12 for more. Model for the first passage to familiarize students with the process. 44 Display the passage using an interactive whiteboard document camera or other resource. and provide students with their own copy Preview the text with students by having them read. the title and look at any illustrations or other graphic elements. 44 Draw attention to the markingsstudents will use to enhance their understanding of the piece. In short reading fiction enriches us Modern science supports that the human brain is hard wired for stories All cultures immerse their children in stories that explain the ways of the world while engaging their emotions Although many students enjoy reading fiction navigating the wide variety of rich literary texts poses challenges for evolving readers Students may lack sufficient

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