Fifth Grade Unit 6

Girl Student with Books

1. How do people respond to challenges?
  a. This means I can compare literature and contrast literacy and movie versions of the novels.
    Subject Title Series
Literature Bridge to Terabithia Wonderwork Premiere Children's Literature DVD
Literature Bud, Not Buddy All About the Book!
Literature Charlotte's Web
Literature Charlotte's Web 2: Wilbur's Great Adventure
Literature Christmas Carol
Literature Disney's Timeless Tales (Volume 1) Disney's Timeless Tales
Literature Disney's Timeless Tales (Volume 2) Disney's Timeless Tales
Literature Disney's Timeless Tales (Volume 3) Disney's Timeless Tales
Literature Flatland: A Journey of Many Dimensions
Literature Goldilocks and the Three Bears
Literature Hatchet Newbery Award
Literature Holes All About the Book!
Literature How the Elephant Got His Trunk Just So Stories
Literature Jack and the Beanstalk Rabbit Ears Storybook Classics
Literature Johnny Tremain
Literature Julie of the Wolves All About the Book!
Literature Little Red Hen
Literature Man Without a Country
Literature Maniac Magee All About the Book!
Literature My Fair Lady
Literature Number the Stars All About the Book!
Literature Rip Van Winkle Bernard Willets Literature
Literature Secret Garden
Literature Shiloh All About the Book!
Literature Sign of the Beaver, Parts 1 & 2
Literature Sleeping Beauty Fairy Tale Classics
Literature Sylvester and the Magic Pebble
Literature The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad
Literature The Cat in the Hat Dr. Seuss
Literature The Giver All About the Book!
Literature The Great Mouse Detective Disney Classics
Literature The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe The Chronicles of Narnia
Literature The Selfish Giant Draw Me A Story
Literature The Sword in the Stone Disney's Classics Fairy Tales
Literature The Velveteen Rabbit Rabbit Ears Storybook Classics
Literature Three Little Pigs
Literature Tuck Everlasting All About the Book!
Literature Ugly Duckling Hans Christian Andersen
Literature Where the Red Fern Grows
Literature Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
2. How did the world wars impact the United States?
  a. This means I can use historical vocabulary correctly.
    Subject Title Series
World Wars A Nation At War Unfinished Nation II
World Wars Atomic Bomb - 1945 History's Turning Points I
World Wars Between the Wars Unfinished Nation II
World Wars D-Day and World War II History Happened Here
World Wars Eisenhower: Part 1 and 2 American Experience
World Wars FDR, Part 1 American Experience
World Wars FDR, Part 2 American Experience
World Wars FDR, Part 3 American Experience
World Wars FDR, Part 4 American Experience
World Wars Forget Me Not: The Anne Frank Story In Search of the Heroes
World Wars Franklin D. Roosevelt (32nd) Our Presidents in America's History
World Wars Germany: From Partition to Reunification, 1945-1990 World Geography and History
World Wars Miracle At Midnight
World Wars Pearl Harbor and World War II History Happened Here
World Wars Post-War U.S.A. United States History - Origins to 2000
World Wars Rising Up: New Deals and New Allies An American Legacy, The Great Depression
World Wars Show Way Reading Rainbow Social Studies
World Wars The Cold War United States History - Origins to 2000
World Wars The Collapse of Peace Unfinished Nation II
World Wars The Emergence of Modern America: The Great Depression and WW2 The American Presidents
World Wars The Great War United States History - Origins to 2000
World Wars The Middle East United States History - Origins to 2000
World Wars The Short Life of Anne Frank
World Wars Uncle Sam Symbols of America
World Wars Woodrow Wilson (1913-1921) 20th Century Presidents
World Wars World War I Talking Maps
World Wars World War I: On the Homefront America in the 20th Century
World Wars World War I: The War in Europe America in the 20th Century
World Wars World War II United States History - Origins to 2000
World Wars World War II: The Road to War America in the 20th Century
World Wars WWII: The Music Video
3. What effect did the 1920s and the Great Depression have on the USA?
  a. This means I can gain an understanding of the Great Depression through various activities.
    Subject Title Series
Great Depression Hard Times Unfinished Nation II
Great Depression New Industrial Revolution Threads of Industry
Great Depression Rising Up: New Deals and New Allies An American Legacy, The Great Depression
Great Depression The Emergence of Modern America: The Great Depression and WW2 The American Presidents
Great Depression The Great Depression America in the 20th Century
Great Depression The Great Depression and the New Deal United States History - Origins to 2000
Great Depression The Great Depression: Boom and Bust in America
The 1920s 20th Century: 1919-1928 Turning Points in U.S. History
The 1920s Roaring Twenties America in the 20th Century
The 1920s The 1920's…Beyond the Glitter Unfinished Nation II
The 1920s The Roaring Twenties United States History - Origins to 2000
4. What are the effects of America's social and political movements?
  a. This means I can create a visual display of an assigned movement with its leaders and present it to the class.
    Subject Title Series
Movements A History of the Civil Rights Movement
Movements African American Life American History for Children
Movements Bridge to Freedom (1965) PBS Index Database: Eye On The Prize
Movements Civil Rights United States Origins to 2000 History
Movements Democracy and Reform United States Origins to 2000 History
Movements Equality and Civil Rights Our Modern U.S. History
Movements Global Concerns Global Human Rights
Movements Martin Luther King, Jr.
Movements Martin Luther King, Jr. Great Americans for Children
Movements Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Holidays for Children
Movements Mississippi: Is This America? (1962-1964) PBS Index Database: Eye On The Prize
Movements New World Power Portraits of American Presidents
Movements No Easy Walk (1962-66) PBS Index Database: Eye On The Prize
Movements One Woman, One Vote American Experience
Movements Post-War U.S.A. United States Origins to 2000 History
Movements Right Turn Unfinished Nation II
Movements Rosa
Movements Ruby Bridges
Movements Ruby Bridges Wonderful World of Disney
Movements Susan B. Anthony Great Americans for Children
Movements The Cold War United States Origins to 2000 History
Movements The Collapse of Peace Unfinished Nation II
Movements The Middle East United States Origins to 2000 History
Movements The Other America Unfinished Nation II
Movements The Progressive Era Unfinished Nation II
Movements U.S. Politics (1960-1980) United States Origins to 2000 History
Movements U.S. Politics (1980-2000) United States Origins to 2000 History
5. What is the role of the United States as a world power?
  a. This means I can demonstrate an understanding of the United States as a world power.
    Subject Title Series
World Power America Becomes a World Power America in the 20th Century
World Power New World Power Portraits of American Presidents