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Wyoming Standards for Fifth Grade English Language Arts

WY.1. Reading: Students use the reading process to demonstrate understanding of literary and informational texts.

LA5.1A Students use the reading process to apply a variety of comprehension strategies before, during, and after reading.

LA5.1A.1 Students use knowledge of synonyms, antonyms, and multiple meaning words to develop vocabulary.
LA5.1A.2 Students understand grade-level-appropriate technical and subject-specific vocabulary.
LA5.1A.3 Students demonstrate comprehension by retelling, summarizing, and paraphrasing main idea and supporting details in grade-level-appropriate text.
LA5.1A.4 Students draw inferences, conclusions, or generalizations about text and support them with textual evidence and prior knowledge.
LA5.1A.5 Students understand cause and effect relationships.

LA5.1B Students demonstrate an understanding of a variety of literary texts.

LA5.1B.1 Students make connections between characters, character traits, setting, and plot.
LA5.1B.4 Students read a variety of literary genres (historical fiction, poetry, fiction, fairy tales, fables, narratives from different cultures, drama, myths, folk tales and legends).
LA5.1B.5 Students are familiar with a variety of literary modes including literature anthologies and books by the same author, and can explain the defining characteristics of a variety of texts.

LA5.1C Students demonstrate understanding of informational text.

LA5.1C.2 Students compare and contrast information to draw conclusions.
LA5.1C.3 Students are familiar with a variety of information modes, such as news articles, magazines, online information, books by same author, demonstrations, biographies, and autobiographies

WY.2. Writing: Students use the writing process and use appropriate strategies to write a variety of expressive and expository pieces.

LA5.2A Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and publish writing for intended audiences.

LA5.2A.2 Students write multi-paragraph expository compositions with details, transitions, and conclusions.
LA5.2A.4 Students use grade-level-appropriate conventions of spelling, usage, punctuation, capitalization, and grammar such as prepositional phrases, appositives, independent and dependent clauses, conjunctions, often misused verbs, such as lay and lie, and use colon to separate hours and minutes.

LA5.2B Students write a variety of expressive and expository pieces.

LA5.2B.2 Students write and share literary texts (personal narratives, journals, poetry, fictional stories) using level-appropriate strategies such as:
LA5.2B.2a. Developing a clear story line in sequence;
LA5.2B.2b. Using descriptive words and phrases; and
LA5.2B.4 Students use strategies to write research reports using multiple sources, synthesizing information, incorporating notes, and using appropriate visual aids.

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