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Reading and Deciphering Literature, for Fifth Graders
LAFS.5.RL.1: Key Ideas and Details
Students should be able to determine the main theme or idea of a story and be able to back it up with supporting facts from the story. Students should also be able to quote from the text, compare and contrast different aspects such as characters from the story, and grasp the overall message the author was trying to state.
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