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Reading Street Grade 5 Homework \/\/FREE\\\\

Our research-based, classroom-tested learning program is proven to increase vocabulary retention scores by 43% and increase reading comprehension for ELL students by 46.5%. This classroom-tested, game-based learning program provides the repeated spaced practice, multiple exposures, and multiple modalities needed to transfer words into long-term memory. Our engaging spelling games for 5th graders are fun, educational, and make students want to practice and learn!

Reading Street Grade 5 Homework

Our research-based program is modeled to help students develop a deeper understanding of words through gameplay. Import pre-made fifth grade vocabulary lists, or create your own fifth grade spelling lists. Choose from fifth grade spelling lists, that include Dolch and Fry words, or fifth grade content-specific vocabulary word lists in the subjects areas of reading, math, science, and social studies. Access additional other available word lists to accompany reading programs, like Journeys, and informational text.

Pair your fifth grade spelling word lists with over 40 learning games and activities, or choose from the available fifth grade vocabulary printable worksheets. Reinforce foundational skills, like phonics and word recognition, challenge your students with word meaning, and improve reading comprehension. Common words in here can be found on fifth grade spelling bee words lists as well as lists of 5th grade sight words. Our pre-made sets of spelling words are fantastic 5th grade word wall lists to create a fun, visual activity for students.

The students will be given independent reading assignments periodically during the classes and for homework. Independent reading helps the students to improve their reading ability, by reading materials, that are interesting and relate to their classwork. Reading achievement is directly related to the amount of reading children do in school and outside of school. This is why it is very important for the instructor to teach study skills. The instructor, in Chapter One, can often help reluctant readers develop better study skills. Study skills will be addressed in the lesson plans. The teaching of good study habits will also be addressed.

It is very important to let the students, in the middle schools grades, continue to draw or sketch when they are doing the following: writing summaries, book reports, drafts, and free writing during class time/homework assignments. I have witnessed the dependent and semi-dependent groups who have greater difficulties, with the writing skills, who usually gain more courage to write if they are allowed to sketch and/or draw for several minutes before the process of writing. Speaking and listening, in addition to reading and writing, are good foundations to help students become better readers and writers. This is why I think that reluctant readers will also benefit a great deal educationally when I present this unit.


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