Use a coding system with dates to record student progress on 5th grade TEKs. The Reading Skills checklist is front to back, with space to record independent reading book titles. The Math Skills checklist is front to back. You will want to print a copy for each student. You can add sticky notes or a blank page to your data binder to record student quotes and additional notes, or adapt the file for computerized documentation.
Skills which need more frequent practice in 5th grade, such as inferencing, have more spot check spaces on the checklist, while highly specific skills have fewer spot check spaces.
Make quick coding notes on these pages while you meet with small groups and correct exit tickets or in-class practice to target future mini-lessons and small group review. This coding system allows teachers to see at a glance which students need more practice with specific skills. It's not necessary to code every single activity that touches on the skill, but the coding will capture multiple snapshots of student work with each TEK.
Please note that these checklists only specifically list standards for math and reading in 5th grade; you may need to modify if you are accelerating to 6th grade curriculum or reviewing 4th grade skills.
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