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STAAR Grade 5 Reading Assessment,Reporting Category 1. Understanding and Analysis Across Genres, The student will demonstrate an ability to understand and analyze a variety of. written texts across reading genres,2017 Student Expectation 2009 Student Expectation. 3 Developing and sustaining foundational 2 Reading Vocabulary Development. language skills listening speaking Students understand new vocabulary and use it. reading writing and thinking vocabulary when reading and writing Students are. The student uses newly acquired vocabulary expected to. expressively The student is expected to,A determine the meaning of grade level. C identify the meaning of and use words with academic English words derived from Latin. affixes such as trans super ive and logy Greek or other linguistic roots and affixes. and roots such as geo and photo Readiness Standard. Notes The above standards align because both require students to identify the meaning of words. based on their affixes or roots, 3 Developing and sustaining foundational 2 Reading Vocabulary Development.
language skills listening speaking Students understand new vocabulary and use it. reading writing and thinking vocabulary when reading and writing Students are. The student uses newly acquired vocabulary expected to. expressively The student is expected to,B use context e g in sentence. B use context within and beyond a sentence restatement to determine or clarify the. to determine the relevant meaning of meaning of unfamiliar or multiple meaning. unfamiliar words or multiple meaning words words,Readiness Standard. Notes The above standards both require students to determine the meaning of unfamiliar or. multi meaning words using context, 3 Developing and sustaining foundational 2 Reading Vocabulary Development. language skills listening speaking Students understand new vocabulary and use it. reading writing and thinking vocabulary when reading and writing Students are. The student uses newly acquired vocabulary expected to. expressively The student is expected to,E use a dictionary a glossary or a thesaurus. A use print or digital resources to determine printed or electronic to determine the. meaning syllabication pronunciation and meanings syllabication pronunciations. word origin alternate word choices and parts of speech of. Readiness Standard, Notes The above standards are aligned because both require students to use a resource such as.
a dictionary to determine the meaning of words, Note Statements that contain the word including reference content that must be mastered while those containing the phrase. such as are intended as possible illustrative examples. Texas Education Agency,STAAR Grade 5 Reading Fall 2019 Page 2 of 13. 2017 Student Expectation 2009 Student Expectation, 6 Comprehension skills listening 3 Reading Comprehension of Literary. speaking reading writing and thinking Text Theme and Genre Students analyze. using multiple texts The student uses make inferences and draw conclusions about. metacognitive skills to both develop and deepen theme and genre in different cultural historical. comprehension of increasingly complex texts and contemporary contexts and provide. The student is expected to evidence from the text to support their. understanding Students are expected to,E make connections to personal experiences. ideas in other texts and society A compare and contrast the themes or moral. lessons of several works of fiction from various,Supporting Standard.
Notes The above standards align because they require students to make connections across. multiple texts by comparing and contrasting their themes. 6 Comprehension skills listening Figure 19 Reading Comprehension Skills. speaking reading writing and thinking Students use a flexible range of metacognitive. using multiple texts The student uses reading skills in both assigned and independent. metacognitive skills to both develop and deepen reading to understand an author s message. comprehension of increasingly complex texts Students will continue to apply earlier standards. The student is expected to with greater depth in increasingly more complex. texts as they become self directed critical, E make connections to personal experiences readers The student is expected to. ideas in other texts and society,F make connections e g thematic links. author analysis between and across multiple,texts of various genres and provide textual. Readiness Standard, Notes The above standards are aligned because both focus on making connections across. multiple texts, Note Statements that contain the word including reference content that must be mastered while those containing the phrase.
such as are intended as possible illustrative examples. Texas Education Agency,STAAR Grade 5 Reading Fall 2019 Page 3 of 13. Reporting Category 2,Understanding and Analysis of Literary Texts. The student will demonstrate an ability to understand and analyze literary texts. 2017 Student Expectation 2009 Student Expectation, 9 Multiple genres listening speaking 3 Reading Comprehension of Literary. reading writing and thinking using Text Theme and Genre Students analyze. multiple texts genres The student make inferences and draw conclusions about. recognizes and analyzes genre specific theme and genre in different cultural historical. characteristics structures and purposes within and contemporary contexts and provide. and across increasingly complex traditional evidence from the text to support their. contemporary classical and diverse texts The understanding Students are expected to. student is expected to,B describe the phenomena explained in. A demonstrate knowledge of distinguishing origin myths from various cultures. characteristics of well known children s Supporting Standard. literature such as folktales fables legends,myths and tall tales.
Notes The above standards align because they focus on the distinguishing characteristics of. children s literature including myths, 8 Multiple genres listening speaking 3 Reading Comprehension of Literary. reading writing and thinking using Text Theme and Genre Students analyze. multiple texts literary elements The make inferences and draw conclusions about. student recognizes and analyzes literary theme and genre in different cultural historical. elements within and across increasingly complex and contemporary contexts and provide. traditional contemporary classical and diverse evidence from the text to support their. literary texts The student is expected to understanding Students are expected to. A infer multiple themes within a text using C explain the effect of a historical event or. text evidence movement on the theme of a work of,literature. D analyze the influence of the setting Supporting Standard. including historical and cultural settings on the, Notes The above standards both focus on the influence of the setting on the theme of a literary. Note Statements that contain the word including reference content that must be mastered while those containing the phrase. such as are intended as possible illustrative examples. Texas Education Agency,STAAR Grade 5 Reading Fall 2019 Page 4 of 13. 2017 Student Expectation 2009 Student Expectation, 9 Multiple genres listening speaking 4 Reading Comprehension of Literary.
reading writing and thinking using Text Poetry Students understand make. multiple texts genres The student inferences and draw conclusions about the. recognizes and analyzes genre specific structure and elements of poetry and provide. characteristics structures and purposes within evidence from text to support their. and across increasingly complex traditional understanding Students are expected to. contemporary classical and diverse texts The, student is expected to A analyze how poets use sound effects e g. alliteration internal rhyme onomatopoeia, B explain the use of sound devices and rhyme scheme to reinforce meaning in poems. figurative language and distinguish between Supporting Standard. the poet and the speaker in poems across a,variety of poetic forms. Notes The above standards align because both require students to analyze the use of sound. devices in different types of poems, 9 Multiple genres listening speaking 5 Reading Comprehension of Literary. reading writing and thinking using Text Drama Students understand make. multiple texts genres The student inferences and draw conclusions about the. recognizes and analyzes genre specific structure and elements of drama and provide. characteristics structures and purposes within evidence from text to support their. and across increasingly complex traditional understanding. contemporary classical and diverse texts The Supporting Standard. student is expected to,C explain structure in drama such as.
character tags acts scenes and stage,directions, Notes The above standards both focus on the structural elements of drama. 8 Multiple genres listening speaking 6 Reading Comprehension of Literary. reading writing and thinking using Text Fiction Students understand make. multiple texts literary elements The inferences and draw conclusions about the. student recognizes and analyzes literary structure and elements of fiction and provide. elements within and across increasingly complex evidence from text to support their. traditional contemporary classical and diverse understanding Students are expected to. literary texts The student is expected to,A describe incidents that advance the story. C analyze plot elements including rising or novel explaining how each incident gives. action climax falling action and resolution rise to or foreshadows future events. Readiness Standard, Notes The above standards both focus on the plot elements in a literary work. Note Statements that contain the word including reference content that must be mastered while those containing the phrase. such as are intended as possible illustrative examples. Texas Education Agency,STAAR Grade 5 Reading Fall 2019 Page 5 of 13. 2017 Student Expectation 2009 Student Expectation, 8 Multiple genres listening speaking 6 Reading Comprehension of Literary.
reading writing and thinking using Text Fiction Students understand make. multiple texts literary elements The inferences and draw conclusions about the. student recognizes and analyzes literary structure and elements of fiction and provide. elements within and across increasingly complex evidence from text to support their. traditional contemporary classical and diverse understanding Students are expected to. literary texts The student is expected to,B explain the roles and functions of. B analyze the relationships of and conflicts characters in various plots including their. among the characters relationships and conflicts,Readiness Standard. Notes The above standards align due to their focus on the relationships and conflicts among the. characters in literary texts, 10 Author s purpose and craft listening 6 Reading Comprehension of Literary. speaking reading writing and thinking Text Fiction Students understand make. using multiple texts The student uses critical inferences and draw conclusions about the. inquiry to analyze the authors choices and how structure and elements of fiction and provide. they influence and communicate meaning within evidence from text to support their. a variety of texts The student analyzes and understanding Students are expected to. applies author s craft purposefully in order to, develop his or her own products and C explain different forms of third person. performances The student is expected to points of view in stories. Supporting Standard,E identify and understand the use of literary.
devices including first or third person point of, Notes The above standards align because they require students to understand the point of view. used by the author of a piece of literature including the use of first and third person point of view. Explaining different forms of third person point of view will not be assessed during the bridge years. in this grade level,7 Reading Comprehension of Literary. Text Literary Nonfiction Students,understand make inferences and draw. conclusions about the varied structural patterns,and features of literary nonfiction and provide. evidence from text to support their,None understanding Students are expected to.
A identify the literary language and devices,used in biographies and autobiographies. including how authors present major events in,a person s life. Supporting Standard,Notes No alignment to this SE has been identified. Note Statements that contain the word including reference content that must be mastered while those containing the phrase. such as are intended as possible illustrative examples. Texas Education Agency,STAAR Grade 5 Reading Fall 2019 Page 6 of 13. 2017 Student Expectation 2009 Student Expectation, 10 Author s purpose and craft listening 8 Reading Comprehension of Literary.
speaking reading writing and thinking Text Sensory Language Students. using multiple texts The student uses critical understand make inferences and draw. inquiry to analyze the authors choices and how conclusions about how an author s sensory. they influence and communicate meaning within language creates imagery in literary text and. a variety of texts The student analyzes and provide evidence from text to support their. STAAR Grade 5 Reading Texas Education Agency Fall 2019 10 3 2019 Page 2 of 13 STAAR Grade 5 Reading Assessment Reporting Category 1 Understanding and Analysis Across Genres The student will demonstrate an ability to understand and analyzea variety of written texts across reading genres 2017 Student Expectation 2009 Student Expectation 3 Developing and sustaining foundational language

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