Grade 5 C&E

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Barbara Maling
Director of Curriculum and Instruction

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Grade Five Career Prep
Scope and Sequence


Students will be actively involved in learning experiences focused on:
  • Practicing self-advocacy with Guidance personnel and teacher Support
  • Participating in cooperative groups
  • Participating and following daily schedules/routines
  • Defining character words
  • Setting goals for academic achievement
  • Developing an understanding of bullying behaviors and identifying apporaches to effectively deal with incidents of bullying and harassment
  • Practicing delivery of oral presentations
  • Organizing and completing assigned work
  • Practicing effective behaviors and strategies as taught by School Resource officer through D.A.R.E.
  • Participating in co-curricular Civil Rights Team
  • Taking an active role in Service Learning projects,
  • Recognizing the need for accuracy in mathematical computation
  • Exploring various ethical issues and consider social situations and appropriate choices
  • Participating in computer keyboarding instruction and practicing appropriate use of technology for class project

YORK SCHOOL DEPARTMENT
CURRICULUM ALIGNMENT
SUBJECT AREA: CAREER AND EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT
GRADE: 5

Content Standards
Performance Indicators
Instructional Practice
Assessment Tools
Reporting Tools
A. Learning About Self-Knowledge And Interpersonal Relationships: Students identify, demonstrate, analyze, and evaluate:self-knowledge related to interests, skills, work and school;positive personal traits, attitudes, beliefs, behaviors, habits of mind, and experiences that lead to success in school, work, and community;their ability to build and maintain a positive self-concept; andtheir ability to develop and recognize the positive interpersonal skills that effectively influence work and relationships with others.
A.1. SELF-KNOWLEDGE AND SELF-CONCEPT   
Students identify and demonstrate interests, skills, habits of mind,  and experiences that build and maintain a positive self-concept.
Participate in cooperative groups.

Participate in daily routines.

Define character words.

Set goals for academic achievement.

Refer to Grade 5 Health Curriculum.

Develop understanding of bullying behaviors
and identify approaches to effectively deal with incidents of bullying and harrassment.
  • rubrics
  • tests
  • quizzes
  • projects
  • group work
  • work samples
  • portfolios
  • teacher feedback
  • report cards
  • progress reports
  • teacher web pages
  • emails
  • Power School
  • parent-teacher conferences
  • newsletters
  • informational meetings
A.2.  BELIEFS AND BEHAVIORS THAT LEAD TO SUCCESS  
Students make choices about and demonstrate behaviors that lead to success in schoolwork
Participate in cooperative groups.

Define character words.

Participate in daily routines.

Participate in cooperative learning groups.

Practice delivery of oral presentations.

Set goals for academic achievement.

Guest speakers/artist in residence/

Follow classroom schedules and routines.

Organize and completes
  • rubrics
  • tests
  • quizzes
  • projects
  • group work
  • work samples
  • portfolios
  • teacher feedback
  • report cards
  • progress reports
  • teacher web pages
  • emails
  • Power School
  • parent-teacher conferences
  • newsletters
  • informational meetings
A.3. INTERPERSONAL SKILLS  Students identify decisions and demonstrate behaviors that reflect positive interpersonal skills and that lead to success in school or community.
a. Getting along with others
Participate in daily routines.

Participate in cooperative learning groups.

Practice delivery of oral presentations.

Refer to Grade 5 Health Curriculum.

Develop understanding of bullying behaviors and identify approaches to effectively deal with incidents of bullying and harrassment.
  • rubrics
  • tests
  • quizzes
  • projects
  • group work
  • work samples
  • portfolios
  • teacher feedback
  • report cards
  • progress reports
  • teacher web pages
  • emails
  • Power School
  • parent-teacher conferences
  • newsletters
  • informational meetings
b. Respecting diversity
Participate in and demonstrate effective behaviors and strategies as taught by the Center for Prevention and Hate Violence.

Participate in co-curricular Civil Rights Team as optional activity.
  • rubrics
  • tests
  • quizzes
  • projects
  • group work
  • work samples
  • portfolios
  • teacher feedback
  • report cards
  • progress reports
  • teacher web pages
  • emails
  • Power School
  • parent-teacher conferences
  • newsletters
  • informational meetings
c. Working as a member of a team
Refer to Grade 5 Social Studies Discovery Unit.

Refer to Grade 5 Social Studies Living History Unit.

Participate in co-curricular Civil Rights Team as optional activity.

Participate in Service Learning Projects.
  • rubrics
  • tests
  • quizzes
  • projects
  • group work
  • work samples
  • portfolios
  • teacher feedback
  • report cards
  • progress reports
  • teacher web pages
  • emails
  • Power School
  • parent-teacher conferences
  • newsletters
  • informational meetings
d. Managing conflict
Refer to Grade 5 Health Curriculum.

Practice self-advocacy with Guidance and Teachers support.
  • rubrics
  • tests
  • quizzes
  • projects
  • group work
  • work samples
  • portfolios
  • teacher feedback
  • report cards
  • progress reports
  • teacher web pages
  • emails
  • Power School
  • parent-teacher conferences
  • newsletters
  • informational meetings
e. Accepting/Giving/Using Constructive Feedback
Refer to Grade 5 ELA Curriculum Peer Editing Activities.
  • rubrics
  • tests
  • quizzes
  • projects
  • group work
  • work samples
  • portfolios
  • teacher feedback
  • report cards
  • progress reports
  • teacher web pages
  • emails
  • Power School
  • parent-teacher conferences
  • newsletters
  • informational meetings
f.  Accepting responsibility for personal behavior
Practice self-advocacy with Guidance and Teachers support.

Refer to Grade 5 Health Curriculum.
  • rubrics
  • tests
  • quizzes
  • projects
  • group work
  • work samples
  • portfolios
  • teacher feedback
  • report cards
  • progress reports
  • teacher web pages
  • emails
  • Power School
  • parent-teacher conferences
  • newsletters
  • informational meetings
g. Demonstrating ethical behavior
Participate in co-curricular Civil Rights Team as optional activity.

Participate in and demonstrate effective behaviors and strategies as taught by the Center for Prevention and Hate Violence.

Develop understanding of bullying behaviors and identify approaches to effectively deal with incidents of bullying and harrassment.
  • rubrics
  • tests
  • quizzes
  • projects
  • group work
  • work samples
  • portfolios
  • teacher feedback
  • report cards
  • progress reports
  • teacher web pages
  • emails
  • Power School
  • parent-teacher conferences
  • newsletters
  • informational meetings
h. Following established rules/etiquette for observing/listening
Participate in daily routines.

Participate in cooperative learning groups.

Practice delivery of oral presentations.

Refer to Grade 5 Health Curriculum.
  • rubrics
  • tests
  • quizzes
  • projects
  • group work
  • work samples
  • portfolios
  • teacher feedback
  • report cards
  • progress reports
  • teacher web pages
  • emails
  • Power School
  • parent-teacher conferences
  • newsletters
  • informational meetings
i. Demonstrating safe behavior
Participate in and demonstrate effective behaviors and strategies as taught by the School Resource Officer through the DARE curriculum.
  • rubrics
  • tests
  • quizzes
  • projects
  • group work
  • work samples
  • portfolios
  • teacher feedback
  • report cards
  • progress reports
  • teacher web pages
  • emails
  • Power School
  • parent-teacher conferences
  • newsletters
  • informational meetings
j. Dealing with peer pressure
Participate in and demonstrate effective behaviors and strategies as taught by the School Resource Officer through the DARE curriculum.

Refer to Grade 5 Health Curriculum.
  • rubrics
  • tests
  • quizzes
  • projects
  • group work
  • work samples
  • portfolios
  • teacher feedback
  • report cards
  • progress reports
  • teacher web pages
  • emails
  • Power School
  • parent-teacher conferences
  • newsletters
  • informational meetings
A.4. CAREER AND LIFE ROLES  Students identify and explain the influences that career and life roles have on each other and on success in school or community.
Participate in daily routines.

Participate in cooperative learning groups.

Practice delivery of oral presentations.
  • rubrics
  • tests
  • quizzes
  • projects
  • group work
  • work samples
  • portfolios
  • teacher feedback
  • report cards
  • progress reports
  • teacher web pages
  • emails
  • Power School
  • parent-teacher conferences
  • newsletters
  • informational meetings
B. Learning About And Exploring Education, Career And Life Roles: Students identify, demonstrate, analyze, and evaluate:an understanding of the relationship between education and work, especially how learning new skills and educational achievement lead to increased work options and success with personal career and life goals; andthe ability to identify and use education and career information for life-long learning to achieve success.
B.1. RELATIONSHIPS AMONG LEARNING, WORK, THE COMMUNITY, AND GLOBAL ECONOMY    
Students explain how success in school supports their ability to positively contribute to school, home, and community.
Participate in daily routines.

Participate in cooperative learning groups.

Practice delivery of oral presentations.
  • rubrics
  • tests
  • quizzes
  • projects
  • group work
  • work samples
  • portfolios
  • teacher feedback
  • report cards
  • progress reports
  • teacher web pages
  • emails
  • Power School
  • parent-teacher conferences
  • newsletters
  • informational meetings
B.2. SKILLS FOR INDIVIDUAL/PERSONAL SUCCESS FOR THE 21ST CENTURY  
Students identify and describe skills that lead to student learning and success in the classroom, and the achievement of schoolwork, career, and personal life goals.
a. Literacy skills
Participate in daily routines.

Participate in cooperative learning groups.

Practice delivery of oral presentations.

  • rubrics
  • tests
  • quizzes
  • projects
  • group work
  • work samples
  • portfolios
  • teacher feedback
  • report cards
  • progress reports
  • teacher web pages
  • emails
  • Power School
  • parent-teacher conferences
  • newsletters
  • informational meetings
b. Numeracy
Particpate in Everyday Math units with focus on personal finances.

Identify the need for accuracy in mathematical computation.
  • rubrics
  • tests
  • quizzes
  • projects
  • group work
  • work samples
  • portfolios
  • teacher feedback
  • report cards
  • progress reports
  • teacher web pages
  • emails
  • Power School
  • parent-teacher conferences
  • newsletters
  • informational meetings
c. Critical thinking skills
Explore ethical issues identified in social studies and science studies.

Reflect on social situations and consider appropriate choices
  • rubrics
  • tests
  • quizzes
  • projects
  • group work
  • work samples
  • portfolios
  • teacher feedback
  • report cards
  • progress reports
  • teacher web pages
  • emails
  • Power School
  • parent-teacher conferences
  • newsletters
  • informational meetings
d. Information and communication technology (ICT) literacy.
Participate in Keyboarding Instruction.

Utilize computers for class projects.
  • rubrics
  • tests
  • quizzes
  • projects
  • group work
  • work samples
  • portfolios
  • teacher feedback
  • report cards
  • progress reports
  • teacher web pages
  • emails
  • Power School
  • parent-teacher conferences
  • newsletters
  • informational meetings
e. Interpersonal skills
Participate in cooperative learning groups

Participate in daily routines.

Practice delivery of oral presentations.
  • rubrics
  • tests
  • quizzes
  • projects
  • group work
  • work samples
  • portfolios
  • teacher feedback
  • report cards
  • progress reports
  • teacher web pages
  • emails
  • Power School
  • parent-teacher conferences
  • newsletters
  • informational meetings
f. Other academic skills and knowledge
Refer to Health and Phys Ed
curriculum
  • rubrics
  • tests
  • quizzes
  • projects
  • group work
  • work samples
  • portfolios
  • teacher feedback
  • report cards
  • progress reports
  • teacher web pages
  • emails
  • Power School
  • parent-teacher conferences
  • newsletters
  • informational meetings
B.3. EDUCATION AND CAREER INFORMATION
Students identify and locate different types of career and educational information resources and use them to explore school and career choices.
Use student news magazines (Time for Kids).

Share personal information: autobiographies, all about me.
  • rubrics
  • tests
  • quizzes
  • projects
  • group work
  • work samples
  • portfolios
  • teacher feedback
  • report cards
  • progress reports
  • teacher web pages
  • emails
  • Power School
  • parent-teacher conferences
  • newsletters
  • informational meetings
C. Learning To Make Decisions, Plan and Create Opportunities, And Make Meaningful Contributions:    Students identify, demonstrate, analyze, and evaluate:the main components of the planning process;their ability to balance career, college citizenship roles;their ability to apply successful strategies for effective decision making;their ability to analyze the influence of diverse and changing societal and global economic needs on personal decision making, and career and education planning/success.
C.1. THE PLANNING PROCESS   Students identify the parts of the planning process that assist in making choices.
a. self-knowledge
Participate in and demonstrate effective behaviors and strategies as taught by the School Resource Officer through the DARE curriculum.

Refer to Grade 5 Health Curriculum

Use student news magazines (Time for Kids).

Share personal information: autobiographies, all about me.

Guest speakers.
  • rubrics
  • tests
  • quizzes
  • projects
  • group work
  • work samples
  • portfolios
  • teacher feedback
  • report cards
  • progress reports
  • teacher web pages
  • emails
  • Power School
  • parent-teacher conferences
  • newsletters
  • informational meetings
b. information and resources about career and educational options
c. decision-making skills
Refer to Grade 5 Health Curriculum.

Participate in and demonstrate effective behaviors and strategies as taught by the School Resource Officer through the DARE curriculum
  • rubrics
  • tests
  • quizzes
  • projects
  • group work
  • work samples
  • portfolios
  • teacher feedback
  • report cards
  • progress reports
  • teacher web pages
  • emails
  • Power School
  • parent-teacher conferences
  • newsletters
  • informational meetings
C.2.  DECISION-MAKING  
Students identify  behaviors and decisions that reflect positive and negative consequences in school.
Refer to Grade 5 Health Curriculum.

Participate in and demonstrate effective behaviors and strategies as taught by the School Resource Officer through the DARE curriculum.

Participate in daily routines.

Participate in cooperative learning groups.

Practice delivery of oral presentations.
  • rubrics
  • tests
  • quizzes
  • projects
  • group work
  • work samples
  • portfolios
  • teacher feedback
  • report cards
  • progress reports
  • teacher web pages
  • emails
  • Power School
  • parent-teacher conferences
  • newsletters
  • informational meetings
C.3.  INFLUENCES ON DECISION-MAKING  
Students identify behaviors that influence decision making in various settings.
Refer to Grade 5 Health Curriculum.

Participate in and demonstrate effective behaviors and strategies as taught by the School Resource Officer through the DARE curriculum.

Participate in daily routines.

Participate in cooperative learning groups.



  • rubrics
  • tests
  • quizzes
  • projects
  • group work
  • work samples
  • portfolios
  • teacher feedback
  • report cards
  • progress reports
  • teacher web pages
  • emails
  • Power School
  • parent-teacher conferences
  • newsletters
  • informational meetings
C.4.  SOCIETAL NEEDS AND CHANGES THAT INFLUENCE WORKPLACE SUCCESS
No performance indicator
  • rubrics
  • tests
  • quizzes
  • projects
  • group work
  • work samples
  • portfolios
  • teacher feedback
  • report cards
  • progress reports
  • teacher web pages
  • emails
  • Power School
  • parent-teacher conferences
  • newsletters
  • informational meetings

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