Idaho 5th Grade Reading Standards for Literature

LiteracyTA provides reading skills that Idaho educators use to teach Idaho 5th Grade Reading Standards for Literature.

The Idaho literacy standards are the what. The skills below and the related eCoach discussions are the how. In the table below, you will find next to each Idaho reading standard practical skills, classroom resources, rich conversations and teaching ideas that move all students toward achieving Idaho standards!

Share
LTA Toolkit Free
Literacy Standard

Key Ideas and Details

RL1
Idaho
Quote accurately from a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.

5 Steps to Confident Reading

Build reading skills and confidence with a step-by-step process for reading fiction and non-fiction texts.
5 Steps to Confident Reading

Analyzing Test Questions

Identify and isolate directive verbs and tasks in a writing prompt.
Analyzing Test Questions

Argument Map

Engage in rhetorical analysis in order to identify various elements of an argument.
Argument Map

Debate a Side

Take a side on an issue and support arguments with sound reasoning and evidence.
Debate a Side

Expanding Summary

Write about the main ideas in a text, adding more information with each new summary.
Expanding Summary

Four Square Organizer

Keep track of ideas or processes that have four features or steps.
Four Square Organizer

Identifying Evidence

Locate evidence or supporting details in a text that support authors' claims.
Identifying Evidence

Investigative Reading

Pause while reading to explore and examine ideas in a text.
Investigative Reading

Making Inferences

Draw conclusions about ideas in a text that are not directly stated.
Making Inferences

Marking a Text

Identify and isolate essential ideas in a text.
Marking a Text

Pausing and Predicting

Pause frequently to make predictions about what will be said or done.
Pausing and Predicting

Problem and Solution Organizer

Keep track of problems and solutions in a text.
Problem and Solution Organizer

Read 1, Speak 2, Write 3

Read a paragraph or two, discuss the text, and write down main ideas.
Read 1, Speak 2, Write 3

Socratic Seminar

Discuss a text and share ideas with all members in a Socratic circle.
Socratic Seminar

Summarizing Main Ideas

Identify the main ideas in a paragraph(s) and synthesize them into a few concise sentences.
Summarizing Main Ideas

Three Group Socratic Seminar

Work in teams of three to discuss a text and share ideas with all members in a Socratic circle.
Three Group Socratic Seminar

Visual Summary

Draw illustrations that represent the main ideas in a text.
Visual Summary

WH Organizer

Answer six questions that help provide basic information about a person, an event, or an idea.
WH Organizer

Writing in the Margins

Think about the text and write ideas in the margin.
Writing in the Margins
RL2
Idaho
Determine a theme of a story, drama, or poem from details in the text, including how characters in a story or drama respond to challenges or how the speaker in a poem reflects upon a topic; summarize the text.

Craft and Structure

Range of Reading and Level of Text Complexity

RL10
Idaho
By the end of the year, read and comprehend literature, including stories, dramas, and poetry, at the high end of the grades 4–5 text complexity band independently and proficiently.
LTA Toolkit Free
You have clicked on premium content only available through LTA Toolkit.

ZAP
Classes

LiteracyTA
You have clicked on ZAP Class content.

Interested in a ZAP Class at your school?