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I can draw inferences about
what I’ve read.
DOK 2
5.RL.1
I can quote from the text.
DOK 1
5.RL.1
I can support my answers
drawn from the text using
quotes.
DOK 3
5.RL.1
I can summarize the text.
DOK 2
5.RL.2
I can identify the theme of a
story, drama or poem.
DOK 2
5.RL.2
I can analyze text to find how
the character’s traits and
actions determine the theme.
DOK 3
5.RL.2
I can compare two or more
characters, settings, or events
in a story or drama.
DOK 2
5.RL.3
I can contrast two or more
characters, settings, or events
in a story or drama.
DOK 2
5.RL.3
I can support my
comparisons with specific
details from the text.
DOK 3
5.RL.3
I can identify metaphors and
similes in a text.
DOK 1
5.RL.4
I can analyze (break apart)
the meaning of figurative
language when used in a text.
DOK 3
5.RL.4
I can use context clues to
determine the meaning of
unknown words.
DOK 2
5.RL.4
I can describe the structure of
a story, drama, or poem.
DOK 2
5.RL.5
I can explain how specific
parts of the reading relate to
each other as a whole.
DOK 3
5.RL.5
I can infer the narrator’s or
speaker’s point of view in a
text.
DOK 2
5.RL.6
I can make and support
generalizations of the
narrator’s or speaker’s point
of view.
DOK 3
5.RL.6
I can analyze and evaluate
how the narrator’s or
speaker’s point of view
influences how the events are
described in the text.
DOK 4
5.RL.6
I can recognize and describe
how the elements of visual
and multimedia presentations
contribute to the text.
DOK 2
5.RL.7
I can explain and support
how the elements of visual
and multimedia presentations
enhance my understanding
and appreciation of the text.
DOK 3 4
5.RL.7
I can identify characteristics
of the same genre.
DOK 1
5.RL.9
I can determine themes and
topics of a text.
DOK 1
5.RL.9
I can compare and contrast
themes and topics within a
genre.
DOK 2
5.RL.9
I can read stories at my grade
level.
DOK 1
5.RL.10
I can recognize main idea in
grade level texts.
DOK 2
5.RL.10
I can make inferences while
reading grade level texts.
DOK 3
5.RL.10
I can draw inferences about
what I’ve read.
DOK 2
5.RI.1
I can support my inferences
with quotes from the text.
DOK 3
5.RI.1
I can support my answers
drawn from the text using
quotes.
DOK 3
5.RI.1
I can locate specific
information in a text.
DOK 1
5.RI.1
I can summarize the text.
DOK 2
5.RI.2
I can connect several main
ideas and the supporting
details.
DOK 3
5.RI.2
I can explain how two or
more specific events, ideas,
concepts, or individuals are
connected.
DOK 3
5.RI.3
I can explain what happened
and why using specific
events, ideas, and concepts
from the text.
DOK 2
5.RI.3
I can identify the
relationships between two or
more individuals, events,
ideas, or concepts.
DOK 1
5.RI.3
I can use context clues to
analyze (break apart)
unknown words and phrases.
DOK 1
5.RI.4
I can use graphic sources to
analyze an unknown word or
phrase.
DOK 3
5.RI.4
I can determine the correct
meaning of words with more
than one meaning.
DOK 2
5.RI.4
I can identify text structures
in informational text.
DOK 2
5.RI.5
I can compare and contrast
text structures in two or more
informational texts.
DOK 3
5.RI.5
I can connect overall text
structure between two or
more texts.
DOK 4
5.RI.5
I can describe how authors’
points of view influence how
the events are described in
the text.
DOK 2
5.RI.6
I can compare and contrast
multiple accounts of the same
event or topic.
DOK 3, 4
5.RI.6
I can evaluate the most
effective source to find an
answer or solve a problem
quickly.
DOK 3
5.RI.7
I can effectively use
reference materials and the
computer to answer questions
or solve a problem.
DOK 1
5.RI.7
I can use text features and
different types of text to find
information.
DOK 2
5.RI.7
I can explain how an author
uses reasons and evidence to
support their points in a text.
DOK 3
5.RI.8
I can identify which reasons
and evidence support which
point(s).
DOK 2
5.RI.8
I can analyze a text to
evaluate an author’s reasons
and evidence.
DOK 4
5.RI.8
I can apply information from
several texts to increase my
understanding of a subject.
DOK 3
5.RI.9
I can explain my synthesis of
several texts through writing
or speaking.
DOK 4
5.RI.9
I can determine and
recognize the main idea of
texts.
DOK 2
5.RI.9
I can read informational text
at my grade level.
DOK 1
5.RI.10
I can determine the main idea
of informational text at my
grade level.
DOK 2
5.RI.10
I can use root words and
affixes to determine the
meaning of unknown words.
DOK 1
5.RE.3
I can read with purpose and
understanding.
DOK 1
5.RE.4a
I can read on-level poetry out
loud with accuracy,
appropriate rate, and
expression after practicing.
DOK 1
5.RE.4b
I can self correct my reading
if needed.
DOK
5.RE.4c
I can include my opinion
with the introduction of the
topic when writing an
argument.
DOK 2
5.W.1
I can organize my ideas when
writing an argument.
DOK 2
5.W.1a
I can write a full composition
demonstrating synthesis of
opinions and reasons.
DOK 4
5.W.1b
I can link opinion and
reasons when writing an
argument.
DOK 3
5.W.1c
I can write a concluding
statement or paragraph to
support my opinion when
writing an argument.
DOK 2
5.W.1d
I can state an informational
topic clearly and provide a
general observation and
focus.
DOK 2
5.W.2
I can organize information
into paragraphs and sections.
DOK 2
5.W.2a
I can include informational
text features and multimedia
to help my reader better
understand my message.
DOK 2
5.W.2a
I can write a full composition
demonstrating synthesis of
information and details.
DOK 3
5.W.2b
I can link ideas when writing
an informational piece using
words, phrases, and clauses.
DOK 2
5.W.2c
I can use topic specific
language and vocabulary to
better inform my reader.
DOK 2
5.W.2d
I can write a concluding
statement or paragraph to
support my topic when
writing an informational
piece.
DOK 4
5.W.2e
I can introduce my reader to
the topic by clearly
identifying the characters,
setting, plot, narrator, sensory
details, and sequence of
events.
DOK 2
5.W.3
I can write a full composition
demonstrating complex
ideas.
DOK 4
5.W.3
I can describe experiences
and events through character
dialogue to help my reader
understand better.
DOK 2
5.W.a
I can support ideas using
details and elaboration.
DOK 3
5.W.3b
I can describe experiences
and events through pacing to
help my reader understand
better.
DOK 2
5.W.3b
I can use a variety of
transitional words, phrases,
and clause to organize the
sequence of events.
DOK 2
5.W.3c
I can use specific words or
phrase and sensory details to
describe experiences and
events in narrative writing.
DOK 2
5.W.3d
I can write a clear conclusion
when writing a narrative
piece.
DOK 2
5.W.3e
I can produce clear,
organized writing, or many
types, that includes
appropriate task, purpose,
and audience.
DOK 3
5.W.4
I can write a full composition
using varied sentence types
and structures.
DOK 4
5.W.4
I can brainstorm ideas related
to a topic.
DOK 1
5.W.5
I can organize my writing in
a logical sequence.
DOK 2
5.W.5
I can edit my final draft for
mechanics and conventions.
DOK 2
5.W.5
I can edit my final draft for
meaning and progression and
ideas.
DOK 3
5.W.5
I can analyze and evaluate
my writing.
DOK 4
5.W.5
I can, with help from adults,
use technology to produce
and publish my writing.
DOK 2
5.W.6
I can, with help from adults,
use technology to
communicate with others.
DOK 1
5.W.6
I can type a minimum of two
pages in one sitting.
DOK 1
5.W.6
I can research and investigate
a topic using several sources
to gain knowledge and
understanding.
DOK 3
5.W.7
I can synthesize information
from multiple sources.
DOK 4
5.W.7
I can recall and gather
important information from
print and digital sources.
DOK 1
5.W.8
I can summarize and
paraphrase information in
notes and finished work.
DOK 2
5.W.8
I can list the sources that I
used.
DOK 1
5.W.8
I can gather information from
literary or informational texts
to support my ideas.
DOK 2
5.W.9
I can analyze literary or
informational texts.
DOK 3
5.W.9
I can write for extended
periods of time for many
tasks, purposes, and
audiences.
DOK 2
5.W.10
I can apply a concept in new
contexts.
DOK 3
5.W.10
I can write a full composition
demonstrating complex ideas
for a specific purpose and
audience.
DOK 4
5.W.10
I can come prepared to
discuss a topic with required
materials.
DOK 2
5.SL.1a
I can follow rules for
discussion.
DOK 1
5.SL.1b
I can ask and respond to
specific questions based on
others’ remarks.
DOK 3
5.SL.1c
I can summarize and draw
conclusions of a discussion.
DOK 4
5.SL.1d
I can summarize a text read
aloud or presented in
different forms, such as
visual media.
DOK 2
5.SL.2
I can connect ideas using
supporting evidence.
DOK 3
5.SL.2
I can summarize the points a
speaker makes in a
presentation.
DOK 2
5.SL.3
I can explain the claim using
reasons and evidence.
DOK 3
5.SL.3
I can formulate an opinion
based on facts and details.
DOK 2
5.SL.4
I can speak clearly and at an
understandable pace.
DOK 1
5.SL.4
I can present my opinion
logically and sequentially.
DOK 3
5.SL.4
I can use multimedia
components and visual
displays in presentations to
support my main idea.
DOK 2
5.SL.5
I can evaluate the
effectiveness of a multimedia
component in a presentation.
DOK 3
5.SL.5
I can use formal English
when needed.
DOK 1
5.SL.6
I can evaluate appropriate
speech depending on context.
DOK 2
5.L.1
I can explain the function of
conjunctions, prepositions,
and interjections.
DOK 1
5.L.1a
I can use the perfect verb
tenses correctly.
DOK 1
5.L.1b
I can use verb tense correctly
to show times, sequences,
states, and conditions.
DOK
5.L.1c
I can identify and correct
misuse of verb tenses.
DOK 2
5.L.1d
I can use correlative
conjunctions like either/or
and neither/nor correctly.
DOK 1
5.L.1e
I can separate items in a
series with correct
punctuation.
DOK 1
5.L.2a
I can use a comma to
separate the introductory
element from the rest of the
sentence.
DOK 1
5.L.2b
I can use a comma to set off
the words yes and no, to set
off a tag question from the
rest of the sentence, and to
indicate direct address.
DOK 1
5.L.2c
I can use underlining, italics,
or quotation marks to show
the title of works.
DOK 1
5.L.2d
I can spell grade-level words
correctly and use reference
materials as needed.
DOK 1
5.L.2e
I can expand, combine, and
reduce sentences for
meaning, reader/listener
interest, and style.
DOK 3
5.L.3
I can compare and contrast
the varieties of English used
in stories, dramas, or poems.
DOK 2
5.L.3
I can evaluate a sentence to
determine the correct
meaning for multiplemeaning words.
DOK 2
5.L.4
I can use context clues to
determine the meaning of
unknown words and phrases.
DOK 1
5.L.4a
I can use common affixes
and roots as clues to the
meaning of an unknown
word.
DOK 1
5.L.4b
I can use reference materials
to find the pronunciation
and/or meaning of words or
phrases.
DOK 3
5.L.4c
I can understand the meaning
of figurative language, such
as similes and metaphors.
DOK 2
5.L.5a
I can identify and explain the
meaning of common idioms,
adages, and proverbs.
DOK 3
5.L.5b
I can use the relationship
between particular words,
such as synonyms, antonyms,
and homographs, to better
understand each of the
words.
DOK 1
5.L.5c
I can learn and use gradelevel words and phrases.
DOK 1
5.L.6
I can demonstrate
relationships between ideas
using grade-level and
domain-specific words and
phrases.
DOK 2
5.L.6

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