Mrs. Rayburn's Class Blog

December 22, 2009

Poetry Corner

Filed under: Reading — Mrs. Rayburn @ 7:13 pm

What I’ve Learned at School

by Robert Pottle


At school I’ve learned a lot of things
I really like to do,
like running in the hallway
and eating gobs of glue.
I’ve learned I’m good at making pencils
dangle from my nose.
I’ve learned to hum and pop my gum.
I practice, and it shows.

I’ve learned I like to cut in line
and love to cut the cheese.
I’ve learned to fake a burp, a cough,
and even fake a sneeze.
You’d think with all this learning
I’d be doing well in school,
but everything I learn to do
appears to break a rule.

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August 12, 2008

Reading Goals and Objectives

Filed under: Reading — Mrs. Rayburn @ 4:32 pm


Students in fifth grade expand and deepen concepts, skills, and strategies learned at earlier grades. They make new connections as they experience more sophisticated ideas and begin to study subjects in more formal ways. They read and write a variety of texts with greater breadth and depth, critically analyzing and evaluating information and ideas. Fifth graders revisit and refine concepts and their knowledge of English Language Arts conventions as they become more sophisticated, independent learners.

The learner will:

  • apply enabling strategies and skills to read and write.
  • apply strategies and skills to comprehend text that is read, heard, and viewed.
  • make connections through the use of oral language, written language, and media and technology.
  • apply strategies and skills to create oral, written, and visual texts.
  • apply grammar and language conventions to communicate effectively.

Complete NC Reading Goals and Objectives

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