Move Frame One
We now have the same scale form [shape], built at Am/C [P5]. Am/C is also all naturals. The only different tone from Em/G is rather than the B tone, Am/C has a C, rather than B. The A, D, E, G are common to both scales.
What were opens are now 5 frets; what were 2’s now 7 frets, what were 3’s now 8 frets. The shape is maintained. Your index is the ‘new nut’.
If you were to put a capo at fret 5, and played the Em/G pentatonic scale as you did at the nut, it will sound as Am/C.
The lower tone of the scale form on string 6 is the minor root. The higher one is the Major root.
Once we move this scale, we can solo in every key, at least with this one fingering. We are functional at a very base level, to solo in every key. We can use patterns to get the ball rolling.
Over time, we move to understanding what tone names are in each scale and depend more on our melodic sensibilities than on patterns. Scale patterns are scaffolding that we take down once the structure is in place.