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LPR ELA5

Long Range Plan


Teacher: Alexandra Pletch

Grade Level: 5

Year: September to December 2015

Subject: Language Arts

Time, Topic
& or Theme

Enduring Outcomes

Ongoing
(SeptDec):

1.1 Discover and Explore:


Set goals

Literacy
Centres: 30 min
each day
School-wide
approach
more info to
come at PD.

2.1 Use Strategies and


Cues: Use comprehension
strategies, Use phonics and
structural analysis

3.3 Organize, Record and


Evaluate: Organize Information

(4 weeks)

4.1: Enhance artistry

Theme: Small

4.3 Present and Share


Present information: Present
Information, Enhance
Presentation, Use effective oral
and visual communication,
Demonstrate active listening
and viewing

~ Speaking
and Reading
through
Readers
Theatre and

Instructional
Procedures

- writing samples
- observations
-reading with
groups of
students
- comprehension
work

Centres
approach
levelled
activities for
readers
-Daily 5
- Guided Reading

For Learning:
Readers
Theatre dress
rehearsal and
peer feedback
Readers
Theatre group
scripts (#2)
Story Map
Storyboards
Peer Feedback
on Story Vines

- Modelled
reading/story
vines
- Choral reading
- Readers
Theatre/Drama
-Story Vines
- Small groups
- Mini lessons
- Establishing
criteria for
performances

Varied
Resources
Literacy Centres
Grade 4-6:
Teaching and
Learning, (2013),
Calgary Catholic
School District

GLO 1, 2 and 4

September
:

Characters,
Big Voices

Assessments
for and of
Learning

McKay, Marlene.
(2008). Story
Vines and Readers
Theatre: Getting
Started. [available
as a Google book}
Robert Munsch
selected stories
adapted to
Readers Theatre
scripts
Kevin Henkes

Planned
Differenti
ation &
Support
*School DLT
person will
set up
across
grades
My
TA/mentor
will also be
involved

- Repeated
readings in
Readers
Theatre and
Story Vines
is a great
exercise for
ELLs to
develop
fluency and
practice
intonation.

LPR ELA5
Story Vine.
Focus on
developing
reader voice.

Time, Topic
& or Theme

5.2 Work within a Group:


Cooperate with others,
Evaluate group process

Journal Entries
Class Debate?
Of Learning:
Readers
Theatre
Performance
Rubric
Story Vines
performance
Peer and SelfEvaluations
Self-Reflections
of Story Vines

Enduring Outcomes

Assessments
for and of

- Reflection
- Peer and Selfevaluation
- Fluency
through
Repeated
Readings

Instructional
Procedures

stories: Lilys
Purple Plastic
Purse, Owen,
Wemberley
Worried,
Chrysanthemum
ReadWriteThink.or
g: Readers
Theatre Lesson
plans http://www.
readwritethink.
org/classroomresources/lessonplans/readerstheatre-172.html
Peters, Juanita.
(2005). Hannahs
Story. National
Film Board of
Canada.
https://www.nfb.c
a/film/hannahs_st
ory
Svitak, Adora.
(2010). What
adults can learn
from kids.
http://www.ted.co
m/talks/adora_svit
ak?language=en
Literature (student
choice/teacher
choice)

Varied
Resources

- Allow
students to
choose
their texts
for story
vines
differentiate
reading
levels.
Some
students
may choose
fairy tales,
nursery
rhymes,
etc.
-Technology
for LD
Learners:
Dragon
Dictation,
Ipad, etc.

Planned
Differenti

LPR ELA5

Learning

October:
Literacy
Centres
(contd)
Poetry Unit:
The power of
words

1.1 Discover and Explore:


express ideas and develop
understanding, Experiment
with language and forms
2.2 Respond to texts:
experience various texts,
construct meaning from texts,
appreciate the artistry of texts
2.3 Understand Forms,
Elements and Techniques:
understand forms and genres,
understand elements and
techniques, experiment with
language
2.3: Understand Forms,
Elements and Techniques:
Understand Forms and Genres,
Understand Techniques and
elements, Experiment with
language
2.4 Create Original Text:
generate ideas, elaborate on
the expression of ideas,
structure texts
4.1 Enhance and Improve:
Appraise own and others work,
Enhance Artistry

For Learning:
Studentcreated Poems
(for and of
learning)
Class handouts
Poetry
comprehension
activities
Exit Slips
Anecdotal
notes

Of Learning
Student
Poetry/Figurati
ve Language
Portfolios (for
and of
learning)
Poetry caf
performance
(of learning)
Poetry
comprehension
quiz (of
learning)

ation &
Support
- Modelling
- Poetry
Centres
- Visuals and
Multimedia
Poetry
- Graphic
Organizers
- Videos

Illustrative

Examples for
Language Arts:
Kindergarten to
Grade 9. (2000).
Alberta Education.
https://education.
alberta.ca/media/
645781
/grade5.pdf

Supplementary:
Easy Poetry Lessons
That Dazzle and
Delight: 50
Reproducible Poems
and activities that
inspire children to
Read, Write, and Love
Poetry.(1999).
Scholastic.
Janeczko, Paul B.
Teaching 10 Fabulous
Forms of Poetry.
Scholastic.
Read and Understand
Poetry: Grades 4-5.
Evan-Moore.
Peer Resource:
Davidson, Jackie.
(2015) The Wonder of
Words: Grade 5 Poetry
unit. University of

Technology
Dragon
dictations

LPR ELA5
Lethbridge
(assignment)

Time, Topic
& or Theme

Enduring Outcomes

Assessments
for and of
Learning

Instructional
Procedures

Novembe
r to
Decembe
r:

1.1 Discover and Explore:


Express ideas and develop
understanding

For learning:
- Reading
Comprehension
quizzes (for
Crazy Man)
- Reader
Response
Journals
-Anecdotal
notes
- Self
reflections and
peer feedback
-StudentTeacher
Conferences.
Of learning:
- Research
Project for The
Crazy Man
- Advice
column/letter
(Health)
-Genre Writing
(Obituary,
Eulogy, or
Newspaper

- Teacher Read Klistoff, Morin


aloud
(ed.). (2003).
- Partner
Literature
Reading
Circles: The Way
-Literature
to Go and How
Circles
to Get There
grades 4-8.
Comprehension
Teacher Created
Strategies
Resources
- Close Reading Texts:
- Inquiry
Pamela Porters
Research
The Crazy Man
-Graphic
Inside Out
Organizers
Disney film

(Literacy
Centres
(contd)
Literature
Circles Theme
unit:
Building
Resiliency in
youth.
Guiding
Question:
How do people
demonstrate
resilience?
- Health
curriculum link:
relationships
conflict
resolution

1.2 Clarify and Extend:


Consider the ideas of others,
Combine ideas, Extend
understanding
2.1 Use strategies and Cues:
Use prior knowledge, Use
comprehension strategies
2.2 Construct meaning from
texts
2.3 Understand techniques and
elements
3.1: Plan and Focus: Focus
attention, Determine
information needs, plan to
gather information
3.3: Organize , Record and
Evaluation
3.4 Share and Review

Varied
Resources

Planned
Differenti
ation &
Support
- Tiered
assignmen
ts
- Cubing
Technology

LPR ELA5
4.3 Present and Share

Time, Topic
& or Theme

Enduring Outcomes

Decembe
r:

1.1 Discover and Explore:


Express ideas and develop
understanding, experiment
with language and forms,

(approx. two
weeks)
Mini-unit

Christmas:

There are many


unique ways to
celebrate the
season.
*Still need to
work on theme
and focus
Art integration
Religion theme
Christmas
stories
Social Studies
Christmas
traditions in
other cultures

2.2 Respond to Texts:


Experience various texts
2.3 Understand Forms,
Elements and Techniques
2.4: Create Original Text:
Generate ideas, Elaborate
on the expression of ideas,
Structure texts
4.1: Enhance and Improve:
Appraise own and others' work,
Revise and Edit, Enhance
legibility, Enhance artistry

5.1: Celebrate
accomplishments and

Articles)
specific to each
novel
Debate/Canada
Reads style
book talk?
Assessments
for and of
Learning
For learning:
-Journals
-In-class
comprehension
questions

Of Learning:
Visual
literacy/creativ
e writing
project.

Instructional
Procedures

Varied
Resources

- Visual
Still need to find
Literacy
(introduction)
- Presenting a
variety of texts:
myths, psalms,
history,
newspaper
articles,
commercials,
poetry, graphic
novels, visuals,
etc.
- Teacher
modelling
- Brainstorming
- Venn
Diagrams
- Close Reading

Planned
Differenti
ation &
Support
Differentiatio
n: a

celebration
of
Christmas
choice in
the form of
project

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