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5th Grade English Tutoring Online by Expert Tutors

Connect with the Best Online English Tutors for 5th Graders through our English Tutoring Program.

The program will help you master the concepts to improve your Reading, Writing, Speaking, and Listening skills in addition to enhancing your Vocabulary and Grammar.

We also offer English practice worksheets on these concepts which will help you better.

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5th Grade English Tutoring at eTutorWorld

As you progress through primary school, you become more aware of your surroundings. Words now begin to have more meaning and sound far more interesting now that you know so many of them! You have now learned to put your thoughts on paper – sometimes as an essay and sometimes within the structure of a story.

You can pre-schedule one-on-one online English tutoring at a time convenient to you. Our skilled tutors will help you with your English Home Assignments and also help you grasp the nuances of grammar. They not only help construct your homework assignments but instill a lifelong love for this wonderful language by helping you interpret the finer points of poetry and writing.

Watch your child’s grades and confidence in 5th grade English improve as you build on vocabulary and communications shows sea changes. And all this can happen without leaving the comfort of your home!

Qualified online tutors, high-quality audio and video connection, easy verbal and visual interaction, a library of resources with access to virtual learning materials, access to numerous practice worksheets, and more are all integrated into our sessions. eTutorWorld is the best virtual platform to hone your academic skills. Our ongoing assessments and up-to-date progress reports will help our online English tutors work on your weak areas.

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Grade 5 English – Fundamental Concepts

Here’s a brief summary of fundamental concepts included in our 5th-grade English tutoring program.

GRADE 5 – COMMON CORE STANDARDCommon Core CodeCommon Core Standard (Expectations)
Conventions of Standard English:CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.5.1(A-E)– Conjunctions, Prepositions, Interjections
– Present perfect, past perfect, future perfect
– Tenses in writing
– Corelative writing
CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.5.2(A-E)– Punctuation marks- Commas, quotation marks
– Italics and underlining
– Spellings
Knowledge of Language:CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.5.3– Sentence construction
-Compare and contrast different texts
Vocabulary Acquisition and Use:CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.5.4(A-C)– Meanings of unknown word
– Use of glossaries and dictionaries
CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.5.5(A-C)– Metaphors and Similes
– Synonyms and Antonyms
– Idioms and Proverbs
– Academic and domain specific words
Key Ideas and Details
-Quoting text
-Summarizing the text
-Interaction of characters
Craft and StructureCCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RL.5.4 –
-Structure of a story/poem/drama
-Purpose of a text
Integration of Knowledge and Ideas:CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RL.5.7 –
-Adding Multimedia to a text
-Compare and contrast two texts of same genre
Range of Reading and Level of Text Complexity:CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RL.5.10– Read and comprehend (grade appropriate)
Reading: Informational Text
Key ideas and details
-Quoting the text when drawing inferences
– Main ideas of a text
– Relations/interactions between the events
Craft and StructureCCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RI.5.4 –
-Academic and domain specific words
– Compare and contrast
– Different perspectives on the text
Integration of Knowledge and Ideas:CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RI.5.7 –
– Efficient problem solving through sources
– Reasons and evidences
– Integrate information
Reading: Foundational skills
Phonics and Word Recognition:
Fluency in reading
– Read grade appropriate poem/prose
– Use of context to understand a word
Text types and purposes
-Opinion writing
– Informative text writing
– Narrative writing
Production and Distribution of Writing:CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.W.5.4 –
-Grade specific writing skills
– Editing a text
– Use of technology
Research to Build and Present Knowledge:CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.W.5.7 –
-Short research project
– Relevant sources
– Paraphrasing of information
– Compare and contrast characters or events
Range of Writing:CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.W.5.10Write routinely
Speaking and Listening:
Comprehension and Collaboration:
-Collaborative discussions
– Rules for discussions
– Prepare for discussions
– Pose and respond for questions
– Review the key ideas
– Summarize the key points
Presentation of Knowledge and Ideas:CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.SL.5.4 –
-Report a topic/text/idea
-Include multimedia components
-Speech in formal english


Recommended Reading list for Grade 5 English

S. No.Name of BookAuthor
1Alice’s Adventures in WonderlandCarroll, Lewis
2The Black StallionFarley, Walter
3The Secret GardenBurnett, Frances Hodgson
4The Little PrinceSaint-Exupéry, Antoine de
5Tuck EverlastingBabbitt, Natalie
6Zlateh the GoatSinger, Isaac Bashevis
7The GreatHamilton, Virginia. M. C. Higgins
8The Birchbark HouseErdrich, Louise
9Not BuddyCurtis, Christopher Paul
10Where the Mountain Meets the MoonLin, Grace


S. No.Name of BookAuthor
1The Echoing GreenBlake, William
2The New ColossusLazarus, Emma
3Casey at the BatThayer, Ernest Lawrence
4A Bird Came Down the WalkDickinson, Emily
5FogSandburg, Carl
6Dust of SnowFrost, Robert
7Little Red Riding Hood and the WolfDahl, Roald
8They Were My PeopleNichols, Grace
9Words Free As ConfettiMora, Pat


S. No.Name of BookAuthor
1The Amazing Story of the Red PlanetBerger, Melvin. Discovering Mars
2Let’s Investigate Marvelously Meaningful MapsCarlisle, Madelyn Wood
3Hurricanes: Earth’s Mightiest StormsLauber, Patricia
4The Kid’s Guide to Money: Earning It, Saving It, Spending It, Growing It, Sharing ItOtfinoski, Steve
5Toys!: Amazing Stories Behind Some Great InventionsWulffson, Don
6Good Pet, Bad PetSchleichert, Elizabeth
7Ancient Mound BuildersKavash, E. Barrie
8About Time: A First Look at Time and ClocksKoscielniak, Bruce
9England the LandBanting, Erinn
10England the LandBanting, Erinn
11A History of USHakim, Joy
12My Librarian Is a Camel: How Books Are Brought to Children Around the WorldRuurs, Margriet
13HorsesSimon, Seymour
14Sy. Quest for the Tree Kangaroo: An Expedition to the Cloud Forest of New GuineaMontgomery
15HorsesSimon, Seymour
16We Are the Ship: The Story of Negro League BaseballNelson, Kadir
17Kenya’s Long Dry SeasonCutler, Nellie Gonzalez
18Seeing Eye to EyeHall, Leslie
19TelescopesRonan, Colin A
20Underground RailroadBuckmaster, Henrietta


Sample Performance Tasks for Stories and Poetry

Make connections between the visual presentation of John Tenniel’s illustrations in Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and the text of the story to identify how the pictures of Alice reflect specific descriptions of her in the text. [RL.4.7]

• Explain the selfish behavior by Mary and make inferences regarding the impact of the cholera outbreak in Frances Hodgson Burnett’s The Secret Garden by explicitly referring to details and examples from the text. [RL.4.1]

• Describe how the narrator’s point of view in Walter Farley’s The Black Stallion influences how events are described and how the reader perceives the character of Alexander Ramsay, Jr. [RL.5.6]

• Summarize the plot of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s The Little Prince and then reflect on the challenges facing the characters in the story while employing those and other details in the text to discuss the value of inquisitiveness and exploration as a theme of the story. [RL.5.2]

Read Natalie Babbitt’s Tuck Everlasting and describe in-depth the idyllic setting of the story, drawing on specific details in the text, from the color of the sky to the sounds of the pond, to describe the scene. [RL.4.3]

• Compare and contrast coming-of-age stories by Christopher Paul Curtis (Bud, Not Buddy) and Louise Erdrich (The Birchbark House) by identifying similar themes and examining the stories’ approach to the topic of growing up. [RL.5.9]

• Refer to the structural elements (e.g., verse, rhythm, meter) of Ernest Lawrence Thayer’s “Casey at the Bat” when analyzing the poem and contrasting the impact and differences of those elements to a prose summary of the poem. [RL.4.5]

• Determine the meaning of the metaphor of a cat in Carl Sandburg’s poem “Fog” and contrast that figurative language to the meaning of the simile in William Blake’s “The Echoing Green.” [RL.5.4]

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Benefits of 5th Grade English Tutoring at eTutorWorld

One-On-One Tutoring

eTutorWorld offers one-on-one tutoring sessions where a child receives individual attention from trained kindergarten teachers. These teachers are hand-picked for their experience and expertise. All the sessions at eTutorWorld are recorded so that parents and students can revisit topics whenever they want.

Individualized Lesson Plans

Every child learns differently. That is why we create individualized lesson plans after conducting an assessment test. This test is used to gauge a student’s capabilities and learning gaps. The result of this test is used to create a unique lesson plan that can serve the individual learning needs of the child.

Customized Worksheets

After creating an individual lesson plan, we focus on providing unique worksheets to the students. They are also created according to individual learning needs. So, every child gets a different worksheet to practice the same lesson. Surprised? Don’t be. Research has proven that when children receive instructions custom-designed to their level, they perform better as compared to the times they receive standardized instructions.

Flexible Timeline

At eTutorWorld, we understand that young minds are volatile and that is why we offer flexible timelines. We let the child decide the study time. We also offer the flexibility of splitting a one-hour session into two sessions of different subjects. This way, our kindergartners can study when they want and they also get to decide how much. After all, a happy kid learns better than a grumpy one who is forced to sit through an online session