FOURTH GRADE

Students of the fourth grade should be fluent, competent readers. You must be able to concentrate on the meaning and details of texts. They read selections from classics and contemporary works for children, both fiction and fiction. They read a variety of...

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FIFTH GRADE

Fifth-grade reading should fan literature love and build a storehouse of literary knowledge for students. Children sample all kinds of genres: short novels, poetry, plays, essays, biographies, great speeches, and American historical documents. They talk a...

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SIXTH GRADE

Grade 6 is a year for the development of deeper reading skills and a more sophisticated literature understanding. Students are exposed to more complicated and wider material. For example, they explore how imagery and style affect the reader. Children have...

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QUESTIONS TO ASK THE TEACHER

You may want to ask the teacher questions in the intermediate grades, such as: What books, stories, poems, and other selections will my child read in your class? What will he receive in the coming weeks? What is the reading level of my child? How are you ...

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