Seventh Grade

Seventh Grade
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ENGLISH/LANGUAGE ARTS

Andrew Edwards, March 26: Students will engage in a close read of Chief Dan George’s reflective essay to determine the main idea of “I am a Native of North America.” Watch here.

Andrew Edwards, April 15: Comparing and contrasting how authors convey the same idea. Watch here.

  • Materials needed: pencil and paper

Andrew Edwards, April 28: Students will be able to reveal themes through character action. Determine the theme of the folktale “The Four Dragons” through characters’ actions. Select several pieces of evidence to support an analysis of “The Four Dragons.” Watch here.

  • Materials needed: pencil and paper

Andrew Edwards, May 12: Students will be able to determine the theme of “A Day’s Wait” by analyzing how a character develops throughout the story. Students will be able to select several pieces of evidence to support an analysis of “A Day’s Wait.” Watch here.

ENGLISH as a SECOND LANGUAGE

David Klayton and Parker Henry, May 1: Resources for American culture and community packets. Watch here.

  • Materials needed: paper and pencil
  • Text needed: American culture worksheet pages 19-20 (hard copy), homework packet (community services)

Josephine Tope-Ojo, May 5: Students will learn the vocabulary words associated with different types of food stores and dining options and use them in speaking, writing and reading. Watch here.

Elena Lynch, May 6: Students will be able to analyze an informational text and explain the process of finding and keeping a job in the United States. Students will be able to respond to questions in writing using model answers. Watch here.

MATH

Stephanie Dennis, April 2: Students will be able to write and evaluate expressions to represent real-world scenarios. Students will also be able to compare equivalent forms of expressions and recognize that there are multiple ways to represent the context of a word problem. Watch here.

  • Materials needed: SMARTBoard or Promethean Board to project guided notes, document camera

Stephanie Dennis, April 14: Students will be able to solve equations with Algebra. Watch here.

  • Materials needed: pencil and paper.

Camilla Horton, May 5: Students will be able to determine whether two quantities are in a proportional relationship by looking at values in a table, a line in the coordinate plane, and an equation. Watch here.

  • Materials needed: pencil, paper and calculator.
  • Text needed: SCS Extended Learning Packet (download here)

Camilla Horton, May 13: Students will continue exercises to determine whether two quantities are in a proportional relationship by looking at values in a table, a line in the coordinate plane, and an equation. Watch here.

  • Materials needed: pencil, paper and calculator.
  • Text needed: SCS Extended Learning Packet (download here)

Rachael Spriggs, May 14: Students will learn about equations for proportional relationship and how to recognize and to represent them between two quantities. Watch here.

SCIENCE

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POLITICS

Greta Van Susteren, May 14: Students will learn about the pediatric multi-system inflammatory syndrome in children. Watch here.

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