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Level 5 (1049-1060)

In this level the student:

  • Adds to his knowledge of short story elements—setting, characters, plot, and order.
  • Learns about the four types of conflict in stories.
  • Discovers personification, alliteration, anagrams, analogies, antonyms, homonyms, homophones, similes, and metaphors.
  • Considers time order and narrative, cause and effect, point of view, comparison and contrast, and the difference between fact and opinion.
  • Distinguishes between topic sentences and supporting sentences and persuasive and descriptive writing.
  • Gains knowledge of the Far North and Africa, biomes, Morse code, the metric and English systems of measurement, and art terms and concepts.
  • Recognizes editing and proofreading marks.
  • Writes a book report and review and defines and writes anagrams and anecdotes.

Required resources: Choice Stories for Children selected by Ernest Lloyd, North to Amaroqvik by Cheryl M.
Ufkin, Heidi by Johanna Spyri, Ace and Christi Series— Miracle at Camp Friendship by Sarah Hopewell, A
Dog of Flanders by Marie Louise De La Ramée, and Star of Light by Patricia M. St. John

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