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1
5th Grade CRCT Presentation
  • Welcome to 5th Grade! Thank you for allowing us
    to teach your children.
  • Mrs. Gosse, Mrs. Grammer, Ms. Poimboueuf,
  • Mrs. Rowe, Mrs. Simmons, Mrs. Walker, Mrs. Way,
  • Mrs. Bryant and Ms. Folts

2
Test Dates
  • Tuesday 22nd-Friday 25th and Tuesday 29th.
  • Please make sure your child is at school not
    later than 740 if you plan for he/r to eat
    breakfast. This will also give time for the
    restroom and a moment to relax before the test.

3
A few Reminders
  • Our students are prepared, so we treat this test
    as we would any test we give. Encourage your
    child to do their best and leave it at that.
  • Testing days are exhausting. Please remind
    coaches that this week is test week.

4
Reading
  • What has your child learned this year?

5
Language Arts
  • Even back in kindergarten your child has been
    building a knowledge base.
  • Each year more and more has been added to
    culminate in students being able to write and
    speak and recognize the Conventions of Standard
    English.

6
What have we mastered?
  • We know conjunctions, prepositions, and
    interjections.
  • We can form the correct verb tense.
  • We can use capitalization, punctuation, and
    spelling when we write.
  • We can expand and reduce sentences.
  • We can use suffixes and prefixes.
  • We can use figurative language.

7
Vocabulary
  • This year we have acquired general academic and
    domain specific vocabulary.
  • This includes words and phrases that indicate,
    contrast, addition, and other logical
    relationships.

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We all know that reading opens the mind!
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Informational Reading
  • Informational Reading is reading based on facts.
    Students are able to make connections between two
    or more people, events, or ideas within
    historical, scientific, and technical text.

10
Elements of Literary Text
  • Students are able to identify similarities and
    differences in characters, settings, and events
    in stories/dramas using details in the text.

11
Writing
  • This year students have written in several
    different genres. This was in preparation for the
    Writing Test 5th graders took recently.

12
Our Writing Focus
  • This year our focus has been on three styles
  • Opinion/persuasive
  • Informative
  • Narrative

13
How does writing affect the CRCT?
  • Tests can come with multiple choice, true or
    false, or written response. We see and hear what
    students have learned in the classroom, but they
    must be able to write by introducing a topic,
    stating an opinion, organizing their information,
    and using details. The CRCT will be moving more
    towards written responses.

14
Social Studies Standards
In fifth grade, students continue their study
of United States history. As with fourth grade,
the strands of history, geography, civics, and
economics are fully integrated. Students study
United States history beginning with the Civil
War and continue to the present. The geography
strand emphasizes the influence of geography on
U.S. history. The civics strand emphasizes
concepts and rights as outlined in amendments to
the U. S. Constitution. The economics strand
uses material from the historical strand to
further understanding of economic concepts.
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Historical Understandings
  • The student will explain the causes, major
    events, and consequences of the Civil War.
  • The student will analyze the effects of
    Reconstruction on American life.
  • The student will describe how life changed in
    America at the turn of the century.

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Historical Understandings
  • The student will describe U.S. involvement in
    World War I and post-World War I America.
  • The student will explain how the Great Depression
    and New Deal affected the lives of millions of
    Americans.
  • The student will explain the reasons for
    Americas involvement in World War II.

17
Historical Understandings
  • The student will discuss the origins and
    consequences of the Cold War.
  • The student will describe the importance of key
    people, events, and developments between
    1950-1975.
  • The student will trace important developments in
    America since 1975.

18
Geographic Understandings
  • The student will locate important places in the
    United States.
  • The student will explain the reasons for the
    spatial patterns of economic activities.

19
Government/Civic Understandings
  • The student will explain how a citizens rights
    are protected under the U.S. Constitution .
  • The student will explain the process by which
    amendments to the U.S. Constitution are made.
  • The student will explain how amendments to the U.
    S. Constitution have maintained a representative
    democracy.

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Economic Understandings
  • The student will use the basic economic concepts
    of trade, opportunity cost, specialization,
    voluntary exchange, productivity, and price
    incentives to illustrate historical events .
  • The student will describe the functions of four
    major sectors in the U. S. economy.
  • The student will describe how consumers and
    businesses interact in the U. S. economy.
  • The student will identify the elements of a
    personal budget and explain why personal spending
    and saving decisions are important.

21
Math
  • The grade-by-grade K-5 standards provide students
    with a solid foundation in whole numbers,
    addition, subtraction, multiplication, division,
    fractions and decimalswhich taken together
    provide students with a strong foundation for
    learning and applying more demanding math
    concepts and procedures, and for moving into
    robust applications.

22
What 5th Grade is learning this year in Math
  • Order of Operations and Whole Numbers
  • Decimals
  • Multiplying and Dividing with Decimals
  • Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying, and Dividing
    Fractions
  • Geometry and the Coordinate Plane
  • 2D Figures
  • Volume and Measurement

23
Math
  • Students are expected to
  • 1. Make sense of problems and persevere in
    solving them.
  • 2. Reason abstractly and quantitatively.
  • 3. Construct viable arguments and critique the
    reasoning of others.
  • Model with mathematics.

24
Math
  • 5. Use appropriate tools strategically.
  • 6. Attend to precision.
  • 7. Look for and make use of structure.
  • 8. Look for and express regularity in repeated
    reasoning.

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Order of Operations
  • By the conclusion of this unit, students should
    be able to demonstrate the following
    competencies
  • Write and solve expressions including
    parentheses and brackets
  • Interpret numerical expressions without
    evaluating them.
  • Apply the rules for order of operations to
    solve problems.
  • Solve word problems involving the
    multiplication of 3- or 4- digit multiplicand by
    a 2- or 3- digit multiplier.
  • Use exponents to represent powers of ten.
  • Solve problems involving the division of 3- or
    4- digit dividends by 2-digit divisors.

26
Decimals
  • By the conclusion of this unit, students should
    be able to demonstrate the following
    competencies
  • understand place value relationships to the
    thousandths
  • compare decimals
  • order, add, and subtract one, two, and three
    digit decimals.
  • compare decimals and express their relationship
    using the symbols, gt,lt, or
  • place decimals on a number line
  • represent decimal addition and subtraction on a
    number line
  • use decimals to solve problems

27
Multiplying and Dividing with Decimals
  • By the conclusion of this unit, students should
    be able to demonstrate the following
    competencies
  • understand place value
  • use whole number exponents to denote powers of
    10
  • compare decimals
  • model multiplication and division of decimals
  • multiply and divide decimals by powers of 10

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Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying, and Dividing
Fractions
  • By the conclusion of this unit, students should
    be able to demonstrate the following
    competencies
  • Use multiple strategies to find equivalent
    fractions
  • Find and generate equivalent fractions and use
    them to solve problems
  • Simplify fractions
  • Use concrete, pictorial, and computational
    models to find common denominators

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Geometry and the Coordinate Plane
  • By the conclusion of this unit, students should
    be able to demonstrate the following competencies
  • Generate patterns using given rules
  • Identify relationships between terms and
    between two numbers
  • Form ordered pairs consisting of corresponding
    terms from the two patterns
  • Create a coordinate grid and graph ordered
    pairs in the first quadrant of the coordinate
    plane
  • Generate line graphs to represent patterns and
    linear functions
  • Articulate directions as students plot points
  • Interpret coordinate values of points in the
    context of situations
  • Represent real world and mathematical problems
    using coordinate terminology and graphed model

30
2D Figures
  • By the conclusion of this unit, students should
    be able to demonstrate the following
    competencies
  • Classify quadrilaterals (square, rectangle,
    parallelogram, kite, trapezoid, and rhombus).
  • Classify the different types of triangles by
    their attributes.
  • Identify and sort two-dimensional geometric
    figures by their properties. (circle,
    half/quarter circle, triangle, quadrilaterals,
    pentagon, hexagon)
  • Classify two-dimensional figures in a hierarchy
    based on properties.
  • Classify polygons by attributes.

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Volume and Measurement
  • By the conclusion of this unit, students should
    be able to demonstrate the following
    competencies
  • Identify faces, edges, and vertices of cubes
    and rectangular prisms.
  • Understand volume can be determined by finding
    the product of the area of the base times the
    height V B h. or Vl x w x h
  • Estimate and determine the volume of cubes and
    rectangular prisms.
  • Compare the volume of different objects with
    and without formulae.
  • Convert volume measurements within a single
    system of measurement (customary, metric).
  • Measure solid cubes and rectangular prisms
    using standard customary and metric measures.

32
Science
  • The Georgia Performance Standards are designed to
    provide students with the knowledge and skills
    for proficiency in science at the fifth grade
    level. The Project 2061s Benchmarks for Science
    Literacy is used as the core of the curriculum to
    determine appropriate content and process skills
    for students. The GPS is also aligned to the
    National Research Councils National Science
    Education Standards. Technology is infused into
    the curriculum. The relationship between science,
    our environment, and our everyday world is
    crucial to each students success and should be
    emphasized.

33
Science
  • Earth Science
  • Landforms of Georgia
  • Effects of constructive forces
  • Effects of destructive forces

34
Science
  • Physical Science
  • Matter
  • Physical Changes
  • Chemical Changes
  • Electricity and magnetism

35
Science
  • Life Science
  • Classification of organisms
  • Inheritance of traits
  • Learned behaviors
  • Cells and microorganisms

36
Science
  • Habits of Mind
  • Records observations
  • Offers and considers reasoning
  • Quantifies data
  • Measures and estimates
  • Uses scientific tools
  • Assembles, describes, takes apart,
  • matter and reassembles

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Science
  • Habits of Mind
  • Identifies parts and makes models
  • Describes changes
  • Compares physical attributes
  • Draws and sketches
  • Questions and seeks to find answers
  • Researches for scientific information
  • Replicates investigations
  • Works safely

38
Accelerated Math
  • Each student has access to Renaissance Learning
    at home. This is a computer based program that we
    use in the classroom.
  • Teachers can track student learning and identify
    problem areas.

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How does it work?
  1. Go to the school web page.
  2. Scroll to the bottom of the page and find the
    link for Renaissance Learning.

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How does it work?
  • Click on the blue tab for student log in.
  • Your childs log in will be as follows
  • User Name firstname.lastname
  • Password six digit birthday. Ex030603

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Lets get to work!
  1. Your child can work in one of two places.
  2. Math Facts in a Flash is a program that helps
    with math facts.
  3. Accelerated Math is Standard Based instruction.

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Click on Accelerated Math.
  1. Once you click on the AM tab you will see this
    screen. Click on the drop down box.
  2. Click on CRCT Practice

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Almost ready to work!
  • 1. Your child may or may not have assignment for
    tests, practice or diagnostics. Whatever the
    assignment just click to begin.

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  • We have given your child access to all of the
    standards they have not mastered.
  • This is available 24 hours a day and on weekends.

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Features
  1. Objectives are the standards students are working
    on.
  2. If you or your child do not understand the
    standard or objective click on the help.
  3. A math glossary is available.
  4. Click on the sign for more resources.

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Resources
  • 1.The glossary will read the words to students.
  • 2. A video tutorial is available for all
    objectives.
  • 3. A list of students who have mastered the
    objective in the class is available for peer
    support.

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Ready to work
  1. Click on the back button at the top of the page
    to go back to start practice.
  2. You can also see your childs progress for the
    year on the bottom of the screen. This will have
    a list of all the work he or she has complete in
    AM since school started.

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Ready to work?
  1. Click start work out your problem, click on your
    answer and click next.
  2. If you need help with this problem click problem
    help for tutorials.
  3. This problem can also have a flag to remind you
    to check this problem before you submit the
    assignment.
  4. When you have completed the assignment click on
    submit.

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Almost Finished!
  1. Check the problem that you flagged.
  2. Review your work. You can click on the red and
    see why you missed a problem.

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  • If you need to stop the assignment and start
    later your work will save.
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