English Language Arts: Strickland, Korba, Davis

Mrs. Strickland: Jan. 22-25
Monday-- Pre-AP and ELA7: MLK Day-no school

Tuesday-- Pre-AP: Color code 'Slip or Trip' argument and turn in on Google Classroom. Read and annotate non-fiction article for book club meetings tomorrow.
ELA7: Color code 'Slip or Trip' argument and turn in on Google Classroom. Read in novel for book club meeting tomorrow: Spirit Bear - to page 103   Mason Buttle - to page 122  Hey, Kiddo - to page 115

Wednesday-- Pre-AP: Book Club meetings--2 questions discussed and notes turned in during class. Read next section of novel.
ELA7: Book Club meetings--connections between non-fiction article and novel discussed. Setting non-linguistic work in class. Read next section of novel: Spirit Bear -  ________    Mason Buttle - _____________

Thursday--  Pre-AP: Literary technique/device review and practice analysis in class. Begin marking literary techniques/devices with post its in novel as you read 
 ELA7: Non-fiction article "Juvenile Justice" questions and short answer due Friday.

Friday-- Pre-AP: 

Mrs. Korba
January 22-25th


Tuesday: Review transitions words, The VanBliven Necklace paragraph:  4 pieces of evidence, claim and reasoning.
Wednesday:   VanBliven Necklace paragraph due today!  Common Lit:  Juvenile Justice



ATTENTION!!!!      All students will be required to read  and take quizzes over 6 Mark Twain, Truman OR Gateway nominees. These are due March 4, 2019!


Students will be required to do a Book Talk every quarter.  There are sign up sheets in the classroom.  These are due Thursday, December 13th.  No exceptions!!

Please be sure your child has all the necessary supplies for 7th grade.  Thank you!

 Mrs. Davis (1st Hour only)

Monday 1/14- No school-Snow Day

Tuesday 1/15- Students began to write their argument for who kidnapped William. They should include a claim, 3 pieces of evidence, and three pieces of reasoning in their piece. 

1/16- Wednesday- Students looked and defined claim, evidence, and reasoning in another example writing piece.  They also took a quick quiz (not for a grade) on our terms so far.  They will redo this quiz for a grade on Friday.  They need to study their notes on claim, evidence, and reasoning.  
Homework: Study notes and read!

Thursday 1/17- Students learned new vocabulary today: counter-claim and rebuttal.  These words have been added to our quizlet.  They had time to work on their argumentative papers that are due Tuesday. We will attend the Spelling Bee 1st hour tomorrow to support a student in our class.  If time permits, we will take the redo quiz on claim, evidence, and reasoning.  Students have notes to prepare for this test!

Friday 1/18- Students attended a portion of the Spelling Bee today. Congrats to our class participant! We are proud of you!  We retook the argumentative writing quiz today and had time to work on our arguments of who kidnapped William.  It is important that students are FINISHED with this assignment before Tuesday.  It is needed for our activity.  Thank you!

Homework: READ 15 minutes and finish argumentative writing piece on Who Kidnapped William-Upload it to Google Classroom!

Trouble signing into your Google Account?
Google account (look for the button!) and use their FHSD email credentials:

Example: Ldavis234@g.fhsdschools.org (first initial, last name, last 3 of lunch ID, and the extension).  Password is their computer password here at school!

Students should be reading 15 minutes a night to reach their goal of 3,000 minutes this school year.

Click here for the Link to Mrs. Davis's Google Classroom!

What is your learning style questionnaire

Website by SchoolMessenger Presence. © 2019 West Corporation. All rights reserved.