Grade 5 Curriculum
Grade five students are taught more advanced concepts including long division and multiplication of vulgar fractions and decimals in Math, as well as basic algebra. In Language Arts students are taught to develop more complex language skills with advanced grammar concepts.
Language Arts 5
At this grade level students are required to read every day and turn in a reading log to show their time spent reading. They are also required to write book reports in an effort to encourage reading and writing about stories.Â Students will receive vocabulary lessons, learn about grammar, practice reading different types of literature, and learn skills to be a good writer. Students will learn how to make inferences, read context clues, and read to learn information. In order to improve their writing skills students will learn how to express opinions, write letters, use literary devices, and use word relationships in poetry.
Topics covered include:
 Grammar Basics
 Commas
 Nouns,Â Adverbs,Â Adjectives
 Good Writing Skills
 Good Reading Skills
 Noun Phrases, Prepositions,
 Reading to Learn, Research
 Inferences, Context Clues
 Asking Questions
 Legends
 Dialogue, Text Connections
 Subordinators, Clauses, Predictions, Letter Writing
 Prepositions, Contractions, Interjections, Important Idea
 Roots, Affixes, Summarization
 Researching, Focusing, Outlining, Reporting
 Poetry and Word Relationships
 Titles, Themes, Literary Devices
 Compare and Contrasting Texts
 Reading and Writing Fiction
 Reading and Writing Nonfiction
 Predictions
Mathematics Grade 5
The students will become skilled using addition and subtraction of operations and they will learn addition and subtraction of fractions. They will continue to develop an understanding of the multiplication of fractions and learn to do some simple division of fractions. The students use the meaning of fractions, of multiplication and division to understand why the processes for multiplying and dividing fractions make sense. The students will master multidigit addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. The students will learn how to add and subtract numbers with decimals. They also develop an understanding of the relationship between fractions and decimals.Â The students will also develop an understanding of volume as a property of threedimensional space. They will learn how to approach and solve problems regarding the estimation and measurement of volume.
Topics covered include:
 Decimal Place Value
 Adding Decimals
 Subtracting Decimals
 Adding and Subtracting Fractions
 Multidigit Multiplication and Division
 Multiply Fractions
 Divide Fractions
 Multiply Decimals
 Divide Decimals
 Powers of Ten
 Volume
 Coordinate Plane
 Algebraic Thinking
 Converting Units of Measurement
 Line Plots
 Properties of Shapes

1 [LA] Basic Grammar

2 [LA] Good Writing Skills

3 [LA] Parts of Speech
 Lesson 3A: Noun
 Assignment 3A: Nouns
 Lesson 3B: Verb
 Assignment 3B: Verbs
 Lesson 3C: Pronoun
 Assignment 3C: Pronouns
 Lesson 3D: Adjective
 Assignment 3D: Adjectives
 Lesson 3E: Adverb
 Assignment 3E: Adverbs
 Lesson 3F: Conjuction
 Assignment 3F: Conjunctions
 Lesson 3G: Preposition
 Assignment 3G: Preposition
 Lesson 3H: Interjection
 Assignment 3H: Interjections

4 [LA] Commas

5 [LA] Noun Phrases

6 [LA] Reading to Learn and Research

7 [LA] Inferences

8 [LA] Asking Questions

9 [LA] Legends

10 [LA] Dialogue and Text Connections

11 [LA] Subordinators, Clauses, Predictions and Letter Writing

12 [LA] Contractions and Important Idea

13 [LA] Roots, Affixes, Summarization

14 [LA] Outlining and Reporting

15 [LA] Poetry and Word Relationships

16 [LA] Titles, Themes and Literary Devices

17 [LA] Compare and Contrasting Texts

18 [LA] Reading and Writing Fiction

19 [LA] Reading and Writing Nonfiction

1 [Math] Decimal Place Value

2 [Math] Adding Decimals

3 [Math] Subtracting Decimals

4 [Math] Adding and Subtracting Fractions

5 [Math] MultiDigit Multiplication and Division

6 [Math] Multiplying Fractions

7 [Math] Divide Fractions

8 [Math] Multiplying Decimals

9 [Math] Dividing Decimals

10 [Math] Powers of Ten

11 [Math] Volume

12 [Math] Coordinate Plane

13 [Math] Algebraic Thinking

14 [Math] Converting Units of Measurements

15 [Math] Line Plots

16 [Math] Geometry

1 [R] Reading Practice
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Course Features
 Duration 9 week
 Max Students 100
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 Assessments Self