Hampton School District
Grade 5 at a Glance
Reading Process - predict outcomes, analyze characters, make personal connections, think inferentially, analyze multiple sources, and summarize
Literary Skills - story components, figurative language, foreshadowing, genre identification
Nonfiction/Informational - text features, text structure (cause and effect, problem/solution, sequence, fact/opinion, compare/contrast, description)
Speaking and Listening- engaging in collaborative discussions, summarizing, reporting on topics, adapts speaking to the task
Writing Process – narrative, informational, persuasive argument, journal writing
Process: brainstorm, web, draft, revise, conference, and edit
Product: focus and ideas, organization, topic development, voice, word choice, sentence structure, and conventions
Grammar and Mechanics - parts of speech, usage, punctuation, capitalization
Word Study - spelling, vocabulary, roots
Research and Study Skills - effective and appropriate sources of information, strategies for reading comprehension, summarizing, and note taking
Computational and problem solving skills with whole numbers, decimals, and fractions using the four operations
Place value, calculation, and estimation
Graph and analyze data
Convert units of measurement - customary and metric
Geometry - volume and area with fractional sides and attributes of polygons
Patterns, functions, and algebra
Matter and its Interactions
Earth’s Place in the Universe
Earth’s Systems, Earth and Human Activity
Energy, the Food Chain and Ecosystems
STEAM and Scientific inquiry
United States Colonization and the Revolutionary War
United States Government/ Constitution
United States Westward Expansion
United States Civil War
Inquiry based research
Supporting Learning at Home
Homework is given Monday through Thursday in multiple subject-areas.
Students should read regularly at home.
We use an agenda book to promote clear and consistent communication.
Students may also be assigned book projects.
Homework is generally meant for students to do independently, but we do encourage checking your child’s work.