Common Core State Standards (CCSS) Correlations

Using Paired Novels to Build Close Reading Skills Grades 5-6

Using Paired Novels to Build Close Reading Skills Grades 5-6

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Strand - Reading Standards: Literature, Grade 5

Key Ideas and Details

ELA.RL.5.3: Compare and contrast two or more characters, settings, or events in a story or drama, drawing on specific details in the text (e.g., how characters interact).

Activity Page
Alike and Different 10
Compare the Pair! 11
Getting to Know the Characters 12
Trading Traits 13
My Brother, My Sister 14
Bullies 15
Thanks for the Support 16
Opposites React 17
Changes 18
Story Sequence 21
Types of Conflict 22
Taking the Conflict Further 23
The New Kids at School 24
Advice from an Expert 25
Two Shifts 26
Talking About Turning Points 27
The End 28
Comparing School Years 29
The Past and the Present 32
Different and the Same 33
Location, Location! 34
A Sense of Place 35
Setting the Mood 36
Theme Seeds 39
Mr. Browne Goes Inside Out 40
When Nice Isn't So Nice 41
Look on the Bright Side 42
Choosing Kind 43
A New Precept 44
Like Mother, Like Son 45
Not Another New Kid 46
A Time to Grieve 47
Title Swap 48
What's Left Unsaid 52
Watch Your Tone 53
Form Flip 54
Parts of a Whole 55
Whose Point of View 56
Time Capsule 58 to 59
The Meet-Up 60 to 61
Walk in My Shoes 62
Comparing Theme 63
Comparing Genre and Form 64 to 65
Bullying 66 to 68
Where Wonder Began 80
Changes 81
Your Point of View 82 to 83
The Ins and Out of a Title 86
Going Back Again to Titles 87
Readers Theater 92

Key Ideas and Details

ELA.RL.5.1: Quote accurately from a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.

Activity Page
Compare the Pair! 11
Trading Traits 13
My Brother, My Sister 14
Types of Conflict 22
The New Kids at School 24
Comparing School Years 29
Theme Seeds 39
Mr. Browne Goes Inside Out 40
A New Precept 44
Like Mother, Like Son 45
Not Another New Kid 46
Title Swap 48
Form Flip 54
Comparing Theme 63
Bullying 66 to 68
An Important Event 72
The Ins and Out of a Title 86
Going Back Again to Titles 87
Where Inside Out Began 88

Key Ideas and Details

ELA.RL.5.2: Determine a theme of a story, drama, or poem from details in the text, including how characters in a story or drama respond to challenges or how the speaker in a poem reflects upon a topic; summarize the text.

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Types of Conflict 22
Taking the Conflict Further 23
The New Kids at School 24
Two Shifts 26
Talking About Turning Points 27
The End 28
Comparing School Years 29
Different and the Same 33
Setting the Mood 36
Theme Seeds 39
Mr. Browne Goes Inside Out 40
When Nice Isn't So Nice 41
Look on the Bright Side 42
Choosing Kind 43
A New Precept 44
Like Mother, Like Son 45
Not Another New Kid 46
A Time to Grieve 47
What's Left Unsaid 52
Watch Your Tone 53
Form Flip 54
Time Capsule 58 to 59
Comparing Theme 63
Bullying 66 to 68
Changes 81
Where Inside Out Began 88
Transforming Form 90
Describing Setting 91
Readers Theater 92

Craft and Structure

ELA.RL.5.4: Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including figurative language such as metaphors and similes.

Activity Page
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 1 9
Alike and Different 10
Compare the Pair! 11
Getting to Know the Characters 12
Trading Traits 13
My Brother, My Sister 14
Bullies 15
Thanks for the Support 16
Opposites React 17
Changes 18
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 2 20
Story Sequence 21
Types of Conflict 22
Taking the Conflict Further 23
The New Kids at School 24
Advice from an Expert 25
Two Shifts 26
Talking About Turning Points 27
The End 28
Comparing School Years 29
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 3 31
The Past and the Present 32
Different and the Same 33
Location, Location! 34
A Sense of Place 35
Setting the Mood 36
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 4 38
Theme Seeds 39
Mr. Browne Goes Inside Out 40
When Nice Isn't So Nice 41
Look on the Bright Side 42
Choosing Kind 43
A New Precept 44
Like Mother, Like Son 45
Not Another New Kid 46
A Time to Grieve 47
Title Swap 48
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 5 51
What's Left Unsaid 52
Watch Your Tone 53
Form Flip 54
Parts of a Whole 55
Whose Point of View 56
Time Capsule 58 to 59
Comparing Theme 63
Comparing Genre and Form 64 to 65
Bullying 66 to 68
My Word Wall 71
An Important Event 72
What If? 73
A WONDER-ful Title 77
Create a Novel Poster 78
Conduct a Gallery Walk 79
Where Wonder Began 80
Changes 81
Your Point of View 82 to 83
Wonder's Secondary Characters 84
The Ins and Out of a Title 86
Going Back Again to Titles 87
Where Inside Out Began 88
Inside Out's Secondary Characters 89
Transforming Form 90
Describing Setting 91

Craft and Structure

ELA.RL.5.6: Describe how a narrator's or speaker's point of view influences how events are described.

Activity Page
Compare the Pair! 11
Getting to Know the Characters 12
Trading Traits 13
My Brother, My Sister 14
Bullies 15
Thanks for the Support 16
Opposites React 17
Changes 18
The Past and the Present 32
Setting the Mood 36
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 4 38
When Nice Isn't So Nice 41
Look on the Bright Side 42
Not Another New Kid 46
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 5 51
What's Left Unsaid 52
Watch Your Tone 53
Form Flip 54
Parts of a Whole 55
Whose Point of View 56
Walk in My Shoes 62
Your Point of View 82 to 83
Wonder's Secondary Characters 84
The Ins and Out of a Title 86
Going Back Again to Titles 87
Where Inside Out Began 88
Inside Out's Secondary Characters 89

Craft and Structure

ELA.RL.5.5: Explain how a series of chapters, scenes, or stanzas fits together to provide the overall structure of a particular story, drama, or poem.

Activity Page
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 2 20
Story Sequence 21
Two Shifts 26
Talking About Turning Points 27
The End 28
When Nice Isn't So Nice 41
What's Left Unsaid 52
Watch Your Tone 53
Form Flip 54
Parts of a Whole 55
Whose Point of View 56
Comparing Genre and Form 64 to 65
Changes 81
Your Point of View 82 to 83
The Ins and Out of a Title 86
Going Back Again to Titles 87
Where Inside Out Began 88
Readers Theater 92

Integration of Knowledge and Ideas

ELA.RL.5.9: Compare and contrast stories in the same genre (e.g., mysteries and adventure stories) on their approaches to similar themes and topics.

Activity Page
Alike and Different 10
Compare the Pair! 11
Getting to Know the Characters 12
Trading Traits 13
My Brother, My Sister 14
Bullies 15
Thanks for the Support 16
Opposites React 17
Changes 18
Story Sequence 21
Types of Conflict 22
Taking the Conflict Further 23
The New Kids at School 24
Advice from an Expert 25
Two Shifts 26
Talking About Turning Points 27
The End 28
Comparing School Years 29
The Past and the Present 32
Different and the Same 33
Location, Location! 34
A Sense of Place 35
Setting the Mood 36
Theme Seeds 39
Mr. Browne Goes Inside Out 40
When Nice Isn't So Nice 41
Look on the Bright Side 42
Choosing Kind 43
A New Precept 44
Like Mother, Like Son 45
Not Another New Kid 46
A Time to Grieve 47
Title Swap 48
What's Left Unsaid 52
Watch Your Tone 53
Form Flip 54
Parts of a Whole 55
Whose Point of View 56
Time Capsule 58 to 59
The Meet-Up 60 to 61
Walk in My Shoes 62
Comparing Theme 63
Comparing Genre and Form 64 to 65
Bullying 66 to 68

Range of Reading and Level of Text Complexity

ELA.RL.5.10: By the end of the year, read and comprehend literature, including stories, dramas, and poetry, at the high end of the grades 4-5 text complexity band independently and proficiently.

Activity Page
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 1 9
Alike and Different 10
Compare the Pair! 11
Getting to Know the Characters 12
Trading Traits 13
My Brother, My Sister 14
Bullies 15
Thanks for the Support 16
Opposites React 17
Changes 18
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 2 20
Story Sequence 21
Types of Conflict 22
Taking the Conflict Further 23
The New Kids at School 24
Advice from an Expert 25
Two Shifts 26
Talking About Turning Points 27
The End 28
Comparing School Years 29
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 3 31
The Past and the Present 32
Different and the Same 33
Location, Location! 34
A Sense of Place 35
Setting the Mood 36
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 4 38
Theme Seeds 39
Mr. Browne Goes Inside Out 40
When Nice Isn't So Nice 41
Look on the Bright Side 42
Choosing Kind 43
A New Precept 44
Like Mother, Like Son 45
Not Another New Kid 46
A Time to Grieve 47
Title Swap 48
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 5 51
What's Left Unsaid 52
Watch Your Tone 53
Form Flip 54
Parts of a Whole 55
Whose Point of View 56
Time Capsule 58 to 59
The Meet-Up 60 to 61
Walk in My Shoes 62
Comparing Theme 63
Comparing Genre and Form 64 to 65
Bullying 66 to 68
My Word Wall 71
An Important Event 72
What If? 73
Writing a Persuasive Letter 74
My Book Rating 75
A WONDER-ful Title 77
Create a Novel Poster 78
Conduct a Gallery Walk 79
Where Wonder Began 80
Changes 81
Your Point of View 82 to 83
Wonder's Secondary Characters 84
The Ins and Out of a Title 86
Going Back Again to Titles 87
Where Inside Out Began 88
Inside Out's Secondary Characters 89
Transforming Form 90
Describing Setting 91
Readers Theater 92

Strand - Reading Standards: Foundational Skills, Grade 5

Phonics and Word Recognition

ELA.RF.5.3: Know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words.

Activity Page
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 1 9
Alike and Different 10
Compare the Pair! 11
Getting to Know the Characters 12
Trading Traits 13
My Brother, My Sister 14
Bullies 15
Thanks for the Support 16
Opposites React 17
Changes 18
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 2 20
Story Sequence 21
Types of Conflict 22
Taking the Conflict Further 23
The New Kids at School 24
Advice from an Expert 25
Two Shifts 26
Talking About Turning Points 27
The End 28
Comparing School Years 29
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 3 31
The Past and the Present 32
Different and the Same 33
Location, Location! 34
A Sense of Place 35
Setting the Mood 36
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 4 38
Theme Seeds 39
Mr. Browne Goes Inside Out 40
When Nice Isn't So Nice 41
Look on the Bright Side 42
Choosing Kind 43
A New Precept 44
Like Mother, Like Son 45
Not Another New Kid 46
A Time to Grieve 47
Title Swap 48
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 5 51
What's Left Unsaid 52
Watch Your Tone 53
Form Flip 54
Parts of a Whole 55
Whose Point of View 56
Time Capsule 58 to 59
The Meet-Up 60 to 61
Walk in My Shoes 62
Comparing Theme 63
Comparing Genre and Form 64 to 65
Bullying 66 to 68
My Word Wall 71
An Important Event 72
What If? 73
Writing a Persuasive Letter 74
My Book Rating 75
A WONDER-ful Title 77
Create a Novel Poster 78
Conduct a Gallery Walk 79
Where Wonder Began 80
Changes 81
Your Point of View 82 to 83
Wonder's Secondary Characters 84
The Ins and Out of a Title 86
Going Back Again to Titles 87
Where Inside Out Began 88
Inside Out's Secondary Characters 89
Transforming Form 90
Describing Setting 91
Readers Theater 92

Fluency

ELA.RF.5.4: Read with sufficient accuracy and fluency to support comprehension.

Activity Page
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 1 9
Alike and Different 10
Compare the Pair! 11
Getting to Know the Characters 12
Trading Traits 13
My Brother, My Sister 14
Bullies 15
Thanks for the Support 16
Opposites React 17
Changes 18
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 2 20
Story Sequence 21
Types of Conflict 22
Taking the Conflict Further 23
The New Kids at School 24
Advice from an Expert 25
Two Shifts 26
Talking About Turning Points 27
The End 28
Comparing School Years 29
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 3 31
The Past and the Present 32
Different and the Same 33
Location, Location! 34
A Sense of Place 35
Setting the Mood 36
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 4 38
Theme Seeds 39
Mr. Browne Goes Inside Out 40
When Nice Isn't So Nice 41
Look on the Bright Side 42
Choosing Kind 43
A New Precept 44
Like Mother, Like Son 45
Not Another New Kid 46
A Time to Grieve 47
Title Swap 48
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 5 51
What's Left Unsaid 52
Watch Your Tone 53
Form Flip 54
Parts of a Whole 55
Whose Point of View 56
Time Capsule 58 to 59
The Meet-Up 60 to 61
Walk in My Shoes 62
Comparing Theme 63
Comparing Genre and Form 64 to 65
Bullying 66 to 68
My Word Wall 71
An Important Event 72
What If? 73
Writing a Persuasive Letter 74
My Book Rating 75
A WONDER-ful Title 77
Create a Novel Poster 78
Conduct a Gallery Walk 79
Where Wonder Began 80
Changes 81
Your Point of View 82 to 83
Wonder's Secondary Characters 84
The Ins and Out of a Title 86
Going Back Again to Titles 87
Where Inside Out Began 88
Inside Out's Secondary Characters 89
Transforming Form 90
Describing Setting 91
Readers Theater 92

Strand - Writing Standards, Grade 5

Text Types and Purposes

ELA.W.5.1: Write opinion pieces on topics or texts, supporting a point of view with reasons and information.

Activity Page
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 1 9
Alike and Different 10
Compare the Pair! 11
Getting to Know the Characters 12
Trading Traits 13
My Brother, My Sister 14
Bullies 15
Thanks for the Support 16
Opposites React 17
Changes 18
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 2 20
Story Sequence 21
Types of Conflict 22
Taking the Conflict Further 23
The New Kids at School 24
Advice from an Expert 25
Two Shifts 26
Talking About Turning Points 27
The End 28
Comparing School Years 29
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 3 31
The Past and the Present 32
Different and the Same 33
Location, Location! 34
A Sense of Place 35
Setting the Mood 36
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 4 38
Theme Seeds 39
Mr. Browne Goes Inside Out 40
When Nice Isn't So Nice 41
Look on the Bright Side 42
Choosing Kind 43
A New Precept 44
Like Mother, Like Son 45
Not Another New Kid 46
A Time to Grieve 47
Title Swap 48
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 5 51
What's Left Unsaid 52
Watch Your Tone 53
Form Flip 54
Parts of a Whole 55
Whose Point of View 56
Time Capsule 58 to 59
The Meet-Up 60 to 61
Walk in My Shoes 62
Comparing Theme 63
Comparing Genre and Form 64 to 65
Bullying 66 to 68
An Important Event 72
What If? 73
Writing a Persuasive Letter 74
My Book Rating 75
A WONDER-ful Title 77
Create a Novel Poster 78
Where Wonder Began 80
Changes 81
Your Point of View 82 to 83
The Ins and Out of a Title 86
Going Back Again to Titles 87
Where Inside Out Began 88
Transforming Form 90
Describing Setting 91

Text Types and Purposes

ELA.W.5.2: Write informative/explanatory texts to examine a topic and convey ideas and information clearly.

Activity Page
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 1 9
Alike and Different 10
Compare the Pair! 11
Getting to Know the Characters 12
Trading Traits 13
My Brother, My Sister 14
Bullies 15
Thanks for the Support 16
Opposites React 17
Changes 18
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 2 20
Story Sequence 21
Types of Conflict 22
Taking the Conflict Further 23
The New Kids at School 24
Advice from an Expert 25
Two Shifts 26
Talking About Turning Points 27
The End 28
Comparing School Years 29
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 3 31
The Past and the Present 32
Different and the Same 33
Location, Location! 34
A Sense of Place 35
Setting the Mood 36
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 4 38
Theme Seeds 39
Mr. Browne Goes Inside Out 40
When Nice Isn't So Nice 41
Look on the Bright Side 42
Choosing Kind 43
A New Precept 44
Like Mother, Like Son 45
Not Another New Kid 46
A Time to Grieve 47
Title Swap 48
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 5 51
What's Left Unsaid 52
Watch Your Tone 53
Form Flip 54
Parts of a Whole 55
Whose Point of View 56
Time Capsule 58 to 59
The Meet-Up 60 to 61
Walk in My Shoes 62
Comparing Theme 63
Comparing Genre and Form 64 to 65
Bullying 66 to 68
An Important Event 72
What If? 73
Writing a Persuasive Letter 74
My Book Rating 75
A WONDER-ful Title 77
Where Wonder Began 80
Changes 81
Your Point of View 82 to 83
The Ins and Out of a Title 86
Going Back Again to Titles 87
Where Inside Out Began 88
Transforming Form 90
Describing Setting 91
Readers Theater 92

Production and Distribution of Writing

ELA.W.5.4: Produce clear and coherent writing in which the development and organization are appropriate to task, purpose, and audience. (Grade-specific expectations for writing types are defined in standards 1–3 above.)

Activity Page
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 1 9
Alike and Different 10
Compare the Pair! 11
Getting to Know the Characters 12
Trading Traits 13
My Brother, My Sister 14
Bullies 15
Thanks for the Support 16
Opposites React 17
Changes 18
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 2 20
Story Sequence 21
Types of Conflict 22
Taking the Conflict Further 23
The New Kids at School 24
Advice from an Expert 25
Two Shifts 26
Talking About Turning Points 27
The End 28
Comparing School Years 29
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 3 31
The Past and the Present 32
Different and the Same 33
Location, Location! 34
A Sense of Place 35
Setting the Mood 36
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 4 38
Theme Seeds 39
Mr. Browne Goes Inside Out 40
When Nice Isn't So Nice 41
Look on the Bright Side 42
Choosing Kind 43
A New Precept 44
Like Mother, Like Son 45
Not Another New Kid 46
A Time to Grieve 47
Title Swap 48
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 5 51
What's Left Unsaid 52
Watch Your Tone 53
Form Flip 54
Parts of a Whole 55
Whose Point of View 56
Time Capsule 58 to 59
The Meet-Up 60 to 61
Walk in My Shoes 62
Comparing Theme 63
Comparing Genre and Form 64 to 65
Bullying 66 to 68
My Word Wall 71
An Important Event 72
What If? 73
Writing a Persuasive Letter 74
My Book Rating 75
A WONDER-ful Title 77
Where Wonder Began 80
Changes 81
Your Point of View 82 to 83
Wonder's Secondary Characters 84
The Ins and Out of a Title 86
Going Back Again to Titles 87
Where Inside Out Began 88
Inside Out's Secondary Characters 89
Transforming Form 90
Describing Setting 91
Readers Theater 92

Research to Build and Present Knowledge

ELA.W.5.8: Recall relevant information from experiences or gather relevant information from print and digital sources; summarize or paraphrase information in notes and finished work, and provide a list of sources.

Activity Page
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 1 9
Alike and Different 10
Compare the Pair! 11
Getting to Know the Characters 12
Trading Traits 13
My Brother, My Sister 14
Bullies 15
Thanks for the Support 16
Opposites React 17
Changes 18
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 2 20
Story Sequence 21
Types of Conflict 22
Taking the Conflict Further 23
The New Kids at School 24
Advice from an Expert 25
Two Shifts 26
Talking About Turning Points 27
The End 28
Comparing School Years 29
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 3 31
The Past and the Present 32
Different and the Same 33
Location, Location! 34
A Sense of Place 35
Setting the Mood 36
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 4 38
Theme Seeds 39
Mr. Browne Goes Inside Out 40
When Nice Isn't So Nice 41
Look on the Bright Side 42
Choosing Kind 43
A New Precept 44
Like Mother, Like Son 45
Not Another New Kid 46
A Time to Grieve 47
Title Swap 48
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 5 51
What's Left Unsaid 52
Watch Your Tone 53
Form Flip 54
Parts of a Whole 55
Whose Point of View 56
Time Capsule 58 to 59
The Meet-Up 60 to 61
Walk in My Shoes 62
Comparing Theme 63
Comparing Genre and Form 64 to 65
Bullying 66 to 68
An Important Event 72
What If? 73
Writing a Persuasive Letter 74
My Book Rating 75
A WONDER-ful Title 77
Where Wonder Began 80
Changes 81
Your Point of View 82 to 83
Wonder's Secondary Characters 84
The Ins and Out of a Title 86
Going Back Again to Titles 87
Where Inside Out Began 88
Inside Out's Secondary Characters 89
Transforming Form 90
Describing Setting 91
Readers Theater 92

Research to Build and Present Knowledge

ELA.W.5.9: Draw evidence from literary or informational texts to support analysis, reflection, and research.

Activity Page
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 1 9
Alike and Different 10
Compare the Pair! 11
Getting to Know the Characters 12
Trading Traits 13
My Brother, My Sister 14
Bullies 15
Thanks for the Support 16
Opposites React 17
Changes 18
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 2 20
Story Sequence 21
Types of Conflict 22
Taking the Conflict Further 23
The New Kids at School 24
Advice from an Expert 25
Two Shifts 26
Talking About Turning Points 27
The End 28
Comparing School Years 29
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 3 31
The Past and the Present 32
Different and the Same 33
Location, Location! 34
A Sense of Place 35
Setting the Mood 36
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 4 38
Theme Seeds 39
Mr. Browne Goes Inside Out 40
When Nice Isn't So Nice 41
Look on the Bright Side 42
Choosing Kind 43
A New Precept 44
Like Mother, Like Son 45
Not Another New Kid 46
A Time to Grieve 47
Title Swap 48
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 5 51
What's Left Unsaid 52
Watch Your Tone 53
Form Flip 54
Parts of a Whole 55
Whose Point of View 56
Time Capsule 58 to 59
The Meet-Up 60 to 61
Walk in My Shoes 62
Comparing Theme 63
Comparing Genre and Form 64 to 65
Bullying 66 to 68
An Important Event 72
What If? 73
Writing a Persuasive Letter 74
My Book Rating 75
A WONDER-ful Title 77
Create a Novel Poster 78
Conduct a Gallery Walk 79
Where Wonder Began 80
Changes 81
Your Point of View 82 to 83
Wonder's Secondary Characters 84
The Ins and Out of a Title 86
Going Back Again to Titles 87
Where Inside Out Began 88
Inside Out's Secondary Characters 89
Transforming Form 90
Describing Setting 91
Readers Theater 92

Strand - Research to Build and Present Knowledge, Grade 5

Draw evidence from literary or informational texts to support analysis, reflection, and research.

ELA.W.5.9a: Apply grade 5 Reading standards to literature (e.g., “Compare and contrast two or more characters, settings, or events in a story or a drama, drawing on specific details in the text [e.g., how characters interact]”).

Activity Page
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 1 9
Alike and Different 10
Compare the Pair! 11
Getting to Know the Characters 12
Trading Traits 13
My Brother, My Sister 14
Bullies 15
Thanks for the Support 16
Opposites React 17
Changes 18
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 2 20
Story Sequence 21
Types of Conflict 22
Taking the Conflict Further 23
The New Kids at School 24
Advice from an Expert 25
Two Shifts 26
Talking About Turning Points 27
The End 28
Comparing School Years 29
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 3 31
The Past and the Present 32
Different and the Same 33
Location, Location! 34
A Sense of Place 35
Setting the Mood 36
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 4 38
Theme Seeds 39
Mr. Browne Goes Inside Out 40
When Nice Isn't So Nice 41
Look on the Bright Side 42
Choosing Kind 43
A New Precept 44
Like Mother, Like Son 45
Not Another New Kid 46
A Time to Grieve 47
Title Swap 48
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 5 51
What's Left Unsaid 52
Watch Your Tone 53
Form Flip 54
Parts of a Whole 55
Whose Point of View 56
Time Capsule 58 to 59
The Meet-Up 60 to 61
Walk in My Shoes 62
Comparing Theme 63
Comparing Genre and Form 64 to 65
Bullying 66 to 68
An Important Event 72
What If? 73
Writing a Persuasive Letter 74
My Book Rating 75
A WONDER-ful Title 77
Create a Novel Poster 78
Conduct a Gallery Walk 79
Where Wonder Began 80
Changes 81
Your Point of View 82 to 83
Wonder's Secondary Characters 84
The Ins and Out of a Title 86
Going Back Again to Titles 87
Where Inside Out Began 88
Inside Out's Secondary Characters 89
Transforming Form 90
Describing Setting 91
Readers Theater 92

Strand - Speaking and Listening Standards, Grade 5

Comprehension and Collaboration

ELA.SL.5.1: Engage effectively in a range of collaborative discussions (one-on-one, in groups, and teacher-led) with diverse partners on grade 5 topics and texts, building on others' ideas and expressing their own clearly.

Activity Page
Alike and Different 10
Getting to Know the Characters 12
Bullies 15
Changes 18
Taking the Conflict Further 23
Talking About Turning Points 27
The Past and the Present 32
Location, Location! 34
Theme Seeds 39
Choosing Kind 43
Not Another New Kid 46
A Time to Grieve 47
Parts of a Whole 55
Time Capsule 58 to 59
The Meet-Up 60 to 61
Create a Novel Poster 78
Conduct a Gallery Walk 79
Wonder's Secondary Characters 84
Going Back Again to Titles 87
Inside Out's Secondary Characters 89
Readers Theater 92

Comprehension and Collaboration

ELA.SL.5.3: Summarize the points a speaker makes and explain how each claim is supported by reasons and evidence.

Activity Page
Changes 18
Talking About Turning Points 27
Location, Location! 34
Not Another New Kid 46
Going Back Again to Titles 87

Presentation of Knowledge and Ideas

ELA.SL.5.6: Adapt speech to a variety of contexts and tasks, using formal English when appropriate to task and situation.

Activity Page
Changes 18
Taking the Conflict Further 23
Talking About Turning Points 27
Location, Location! 34
Choosing Kind 43
Not Another New Kid 46
The Meet-Up 60 to 61
Create a Novel Poster 78
Conduct a Gallery Walk 79
Wonder's Secondary Characters 84
Inside Out's Secondary Characters 89
Readers Theater 92

Presentation of Knowledge and Ideas

ELA.SL.5.4: Report on a topic or text or present an opinion, sequencing ideas logically and using appropriate facts and relevant, descriptive details to support main ideas or themes; speak clearly at an understandable pace.

Activity Page
Taking the Conflict Further 23
Talking About Turning Points 27
Location, Location! 34
Choosing Kind 43
Not Another New Kid 46
The Meet-Up 60 to 61
Wonder's Secondary Characters 84
Inside Out's Secondary Characters 89
Readers Theater 92

Presentation of Knowledge and Ideas

ELA.SL.5.5: Include multimedia components (e.g., graphics, sound) and visual displays in presentations when appropriate to enhance the development of main ideas or themes.

Activity Pages
The Meet-Up 60 to 61
Create a Novel Poster 78
Conduct a Gallery Walk 79
Readers Theater 92

Strand - Language Standards, Grade 5

Conventions of Standard English

ELA.L.5.1: Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking.

Activity Page
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 1 9
Alike and Different 10
Compare the Pair! 11
Getting to Know the Characters 12
Trading Traits 13
My Brother, My Sister 14
Bullies 15
Thanks for the Support 16
Opposites React 17
Changes 18
Interactive Literature Notebook Suggestions for Unit 2 20
Story Sequence 21
Types of Conflict 22
Taking the Conflict Further 23
The New Kids at School 24
Advice from an Expert 25
Two Shifts