Reading: Students should study for their test on Monday. The study guide is posted here Study Guide for 7th Grade and on Google Classroom. This will be the last test before the exam. The exam study guide will be posted by Tuesday.
English: we will be going over pages 45-55 Monday and Tuesday. The students will have a test on Wednesday on Italics, Hyphens, Apostrophes, and Quotations.Read More
Upcoming for the Remainder of the 9 weeks
Test #6 on Monday worth 100 points
Homework/Classwork for the remaining week worth up to 100 points
Exam worth 200 pointsRead More
Upcoming English for the Remainder
Creative Writing (Due September 25, 2020) worth 100 points
Journal Entries (September 28-October 2, 2020) worth 100 points (25 each)
Portfolio (Due October 8, 2020) worth 100 points
Test in Language (September 30, 2020) worth 100 points
English Exam (TBA) worth 200 points
Reading: Study for the review tomorrow.
English: Look over 45-55 in preparation for class tomorrow. Creative Writing assignments due tomorrow.Read More
Reading: The students complete their fifth reading test. There is no homework for tonight. If the student wants to get ahead, they can take a look at My Journey is Still Long in their reading book.
English: Tomorrow in class students will being a complete review on what they have learned so far in Unit 3 in their language book. The creative writing assignment is due Friday.Read More
Study Guide for Test on Monday 9/21/2020
Reading: Students were given their study guide for their test on Monday in class today. Tomorrow they will receive the correct answers. Students should study tonight for POP Quiz tomorrow to help prepare them for Monday’s test.
English: Students should study Italics, Hyphens, and Quotations for quiz tomorrow.Read More
Reading: Today in class, we read The Dinner Party and The Third Level. For homework, students are responsible for answering questions 1-7 (page 102) and 1-8 page (page 112)
English: Page 36, exercise A #s 1-8. There will be a language quiz on Friday. Lastly, creative writing assignments are due on September 25, 2020.Read More
Students should complete the answers to the questions given in class and email them to me.
Creative Writing is due September 25, 2020.
Please see my lesson plan to see what we will cover next weekRead More
Creative Writing Assingment
Students will be instructed to add a few requirements to this form tomorrow in class, however, this is the assignment.Read More
If your child is absent, I inform them on the day they return of the assignments they need to complete; HOWEVER, they are ultimately responsible for completing the assignments and turning them in. Many students will have zeros in Headmaster after this week for failure to turn in an assignment or to take a quiz. I have attempted to tell all students what they were missing in my class for four weeks. I will no longer do this. Please stay on top of them to complete assignments and turn them in on their due date.
Students should identify the indirect and direct characterization in the story, “Barnum’s First Circus”. They need to submit their answers on Google Classroom by tomorrow afternoon.
Students should also complete page 27 and 28 in their language books.
No quiz on the short story tomorrow. Students will receive another creative writing assignment tomorrow.Read More
Student should STUDY their reading study guide and all language notes in preparation for midterms on Wednesday 9/9/2020.
Midterms are 100 points.
On Tuesday we will do a thorough review, so if your child has any additional questions about the material, Tuesday is the day to ask.
There will be no vocab on the midterm.
On Thursday the students will start reading Barnum’s First Circus and will receive a new creative writing assignment.
Students should expect a quiz on the short story on Friday.Read More
Reading- students are creating their study guide for their reading midterm on Wednesday 9/9/2020.
Their midterm will cover: Rikki Tikki Tavi, A Day’s Wait, Kid at the Stick, Look Back at the Sea, Stolen Day, and The Strangers That Came To Town.
Tomorrow students will be given the vocab words they need to study for the midterm.
English- The creative writing assignment is due TOMORROW!! I have told the students I will not accept the assignment late, as they were informed of the assignment on August 27, 2020. If the student is absent, I expect the assignment the day they return. All of my students are aware of this assignment and its due date. It is worth 50 points.
Students will also have a midterm for English which will cover: manuscript form, capitalization, punctuation, and commas.
We will be reviewing in Reading and English for the next few days to ensure the students are prepared for the test. The midterm is worth 100 points.
Please remind your children to read books and take AR test. AR is 100 points as well and will be input on headmaster that last week of the nine weeks.Read More
Student should finish reading A Stranger that Came into Town. They will have a quiz tomorrow.
Students should also finish pages 21 and 22 in their language books.Read More
Students should study their study guide for Look Back at The Sea and Stolen Day as their test is tomorrow. I will post the correct answers on Google Classroom at 6pm.
Students should finish their creative writing assignments. They will have a language test on Thursday.Read More
Upcoming Week 4
For reading this week, we will be covering The Strangers that Came to Town and Barnum’s First Circus
Students will have a Reading Test on Wednesday 9/02/2020 on Look Back At The Sea and Stolen Day
Students should expect at least 3 pop quizzes this week, 1 in English and 2 in Reading.
As a reminder: The Creative Writing Assignment is due on Friday 9/4/2020
Students should prepare for an English test on Wednesday 9/9/2020Read More
Students should finish reading Kid at the Stick and define vocab for the short story.
Students should study all pages 1-10 in their language book, review manuscript form and capitalization, for test tomorrow.
Students should read “A Day’s Wait” for homework.
Also students should complete pages 5-7 in their language book.Read More
g Students are to finish answering questions from their class assignment and turn it in tomorrow, or email me.
Students are also responsible for completing exercise 1 on page 3 in their language book.Read More
Students should finish reading Rikki Tikki Tavi and be able to identify the Falling Action and Resolution.Read More
I am very excited to meet my 7th graders this year. If the students are interested in getting a head start for this week they can begin reading the short stories on my lesson plan.Read More
Parents please make sure your child brings a signed form to school by Friday August 14, 2020.Read More
7th Grade English
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