5th Grade I Can Statements

ELA

Quarter

I Can Statement

1 I can develop and apply skills to the reading process
1 I can understand what I read and make corrections when necessary.
1 I can determine word meaning through context and word parts.
1 I can explain the meaning of common idioms and adages.
1 I can use a dictionary, a glossary, and a thesaurus.
1 I can use grade-level vocabulary.
1 I can compare, contrast, and analyze text to text and text to world connections.
1 I can read developmentally appropriate text independently for multiple purposes and produce evidence of reading.
1 I can understand how English is written and read by using phonics.
1 I can understand how English is written and read with fluency.
1 I can apply a writing process to develop a text for audience and purpose.
1 I can follow a writing process to plan and develop a first draft from prewriting.
1 I can reread, revise, and edit drafts with assistance.
1 I can use technology to produce and publish writing with assistance.
1 I can demonstrate keyboarding skills to type a minimum of two pages.
1 I can communicate using conventions of English language and write legibly.
1 I can communicate using conventions of the English language.
1 I can, in speech and written form, apply standard English grammar to explain and use nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs.
1 I can read and spell unfamiliar multiple syllable words in context.
1 I can demonstrate listening skills in formal and informal settings.
1 I can speak effectively in discussions.
1 I can speak effectively when presenting.
2 I can develop and apply skills to the reading process
2 I can draw conclusions using text evidence to quote from the text and make inferences
2 I can explain the meaning of similes, metaphors, hyperboles, and other sayings in text.
2 I can identify and use words and phrases that show specific relationships.
2 I can evaluate fiction, poetry, and drama from different cultures and time periods.
2 I can explain the theme, conflict, and resolution in a story or novel.
2 I can explain the effect of a historical event in literature.
2 I can evaluate nonfiction from different cultures and time periods.
2 I can use multiple text features to locate information and understand the text.
2 I can interpret details from a text to complete a task, solve a problem, or perform an action.
2 I can interpret factual information.
2 I can analyze multiple accounts of the same event or topic.
2 I can collect and use information from a variety of sources.
2 I can create a list of topics that fit my purpose and audience.
2 I can create and revise an open-ended research question.
2 I can follow guidelines for collecting and recording information.
2 I can select resources related to my topic.
2 I can determine reliable sources.
2 I can convert graphic/visual information into written notes.
2 I can differentiate between paraphrasing and plagiarism when using ideas of others.
2 I can critique how effectively a research question was answered.
2 I can record bibliographic information from sources.
2 I can compose informational texts for audience and purpose.
2 I can introduce a topic using a topic sentence in an introductory paragraph.
2 I can develop supporting paragraphs.
2 I can use an organizational format that suits the topic.
2 I can include words that are suited to the topic, audience, and purpose.
2 I can use my own language, except when using direct quotations from a source.
2 I can use transition words to connect ideas.
2 I can use text structures.
2 I can create a concluding paragraph.
2 I can communicate using conventions of the English language.
2 I can, in speech and written form, apply standard English grammar to explain and use prepositions, conjunctions, and interjections.
2 I can produce a variety of complex sentences in writing.
3 I can develop and apply skills to the reading process.
3 I can construct analogies.
3 I can evaluate fiction, poetry, and drama from a variety of cultures and times.
3 I can compare and contrast the roles of characters.
3 I can describe how a speaker’s point of view influences events.
3 I can recognize foreshadowing.
3 I can identify different forms of third person points of view in stories.
3 I can explain how poets use sound elements and graphics in poetry.
3 I can identify forms of poems.
3 I can analyze the similarities between an original text and its dramatic adaptation.
3 I can identify structural elements of plays.
3 I can evaluate the impact of author’s craft.
3 I can evaluate nonfiction from different cultures and time periods.
3 I can evaluate if the author’s purpose was achieved and provide evidence to support the claim.
3 I can verify facts.
3 I can identify the author’s position of a persuasive argument.
3 I can recognize misleading statements.
3 I can explain the type of evidence used to support a claim in a persuasive text.
3 I can use reasoning to determine the logic of an author’s conclusion and provide evidence to support learning.
3 I can identify the author’s strategies used to show major events in biographies and autobiographies.
3 I can explain the difference between a stated and implied purpose for an expository text.
3 I can analyze how the organization of a text impacts my understanding.
3 I can analyze multiple accounts of the same event or topic.
3 I can combine information from several texts on the same topic in order to write or speak about the subject knowledgeably.
3 I can compose opinion texts for audience and purpose.
3 I can introduce a topic using an introductory paragraph that clearly supports my purpose.
3 I can state an opinion supported by multiple facts and details,
3 I can use words that are related to the topic, audience, and purpose.
3 I can use my own language, except when using direct quotation from a source.
3 I can reference the name of the author(s) or name of the source used for details or facts included in the text.
3 I can use transitions.
3 I can organize details into introductory, supporting, and concluding paragraphs.
3 I can communicate using conventions of the English language.
3 I can apply standard English grammar to explain and use commas and apostrophes appropriately.
4 I can evaluate fiction, poetry, and drama from different cultures and time periods.
4 I can recall myths and significant character/events in mythology.
4 I can analyze words, images, graphics, and sounds in various media and digital forms to impact meaning.
4 I can explain how messages conveyed in various forms of media are presented differently.
4 I can compare and contrast techniques used in media.
4 I can identify the point of view of media presentations.
4 I can analyze different media formats.
4 I can explain textual and graphic features of a web page and how they help readers to comprehend text.
4 I can compose Narrative texts for audience and purpose.
4 I can establish a setting, topic, and introduce a narrator and/or characters.
4 I can use narrative tools.
4 I can organize an event sequence to establish a beginning/middle/end.
4 I can use a variety of transitions to manage the sequence of events.
4 I can use words that are suited to the topic, audience, and purpose.
4 I can communicate using conventions of the English language.
4 I can apply standard English grammar to explain and use italics, underlining, and quotation marks when writing titles.

MATH

Quarter

I Can Statement

1 I can use the position of a digit in a number to relate to its value.
1 I can identify the value of a digit based on the position in the place value system.
1 I can write numbers in standard form.
1 I can read, write and identify decimals to the thousandths.
1 I can write numbers in expanded form.
1 I can compare and order numbers from billions to thousandths.
1 I can use strategies to multiply whole numbers.
1 I can use powers of 10 and exponents in expressions.
1 I can multiply with multi-digit whole numbers.
1 I can estimate products by using rounding and compatible numbers.
1 I can use strategies to divide whole numbers.
1 I can estimate quotients with one digit divisors.
1 I can divide by a one digit divisor with and without remainders.
2 I can use strategies to divide by a two-digit number.
2 I can estimate quotients with two digit divisors.
2 I can divide by a two digit divisor with and without remainders.
2 I can perform operations and solve problems with decimals.
2 I can round decimals to any place.
2 I can estimate sums and differences of decimals.
2 I can add decimals.
2 I can subtract decimals.
2 I can perform operations and solve problems with decimals.
2 I can estimate products with decimals.
2 I can multiply decimals.
2 I can estimate quotients with decimals.
2 I can divide decimals.
3 I can represent and analyze patterns and relationships.
3 I can use order of operations to evaluate expressions.
3 I can use numbers and operation symbols to write verbal phrases as numerical expressions.
3 I can write a rule to describe or explain a given numeric pattern.
3 I can generate numerical patterns and identify pattern relationships.
3 I can graph numeric patterns on a coordinate plane.
3 I can understand relationships between fractions and decimals.
3 I can understand that parts of a whole can be expressed as fractions and/or decimals.
3 I can compare and order fractions and/or decimals.
3 I can convert decimals to fractions and fractions to decimals.
3 I can perform operations and solve problems with fractions.
3 I can estimate results of sums and differences with fractions.
3 I can add fractions/mixed numbers with like and unlike denominators.
3 I can subtract fractions/mixed numbers with like and unlike denominators.
4 I can use strategies to multiply and divide fractions.
4 I can estimate products of fractions.
4 I can multiply fractions and mixed numbers.
4 I can divide fractions with whole numbers.
4 I can solve problems involving measurement conversions within a measurement system.
4 I can convert units of length, weight, and capacity.
4 I can display data in a line plot and analyze the data.
4 I can create a line graph to represent a data set and analyze the data.
4 I can classify two and three dimensional geometric shapes.
4 I can classify figures in a hierarchy based on properties.
4 I can describe and identify three-dimensional figures.
4 I can understand and compute volume of right rectangular prisms.
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