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ELA

Week of May 11-15

ReadWorks Story: "I'm Not Eating That"

Read and complete the question set.

Class codes: 1st: 4UU7UV, 2nd: RGZWHP, 3rd: KYQTFT, 5th: ZDKZCS, 6th: QQ5KWS, 7th: 25MHAB


Week of April 27-May 8

*All documents are linked at the bottom.*

Sixth Six Weeks Assignments for Written Expression – Grade 7       Mrs. Douglas

 

Assignment 1 – 

  1.  Read the poem “O Captain! My Captain!” by Walt Whitman which was written as a response to the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln after the conclusion of the Civil War.  

  2. Paraphrase each stanza.

  3. Answer questions  1-7.

Assignment 2 – 

Reread the poem,   “O Captain! My Captain!” by Walt Whitman, the poem written in response to the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln after the conclusion of the Civil War.  Write a multi-paragraph essay that analyzes how the symbolic meaning of the poem.  For example who is the “captain” really about, what does the  “ship” represent, what is the “rack” that has just been weathered, etc.  Use evidence from the passage to support your response.  Be sure to observe the conventions of standard English.

Assignment 3 – 

  1.  Read Chapter 9 from Behind the Scenes.

  2. Answer questions.

Assignment 4 – 

After reading Chapter 9 from Behind the Scenes, write a multi-paragraph essay that analyzes how the different ideas held by freedmen and freedwomen about their “liberty”  (their lives after slavery) influence the lives they build.  Use evidence from the passage to support your response.  Be sure to observe the conventions of standard English.

doug.pdf (PDF)

doug1.pdf (PDF)

doug2.pdf (PDF)

doug3.pdf (PDF)


Week of May 4-8

Thomas

ReadWorks: "Sir Isaac Newton and Lebron James"

Assigned on Google Classroom and ReadWorks

Math

 

May 11-May 15

Due by Saturday, May 16th at 10:00 a.m. (I will be checking work on Saturday.)

Write name, date, page number, and class period on each sheet.

Connect all math sheets for the week in order. Do not staple or attach math to ELA.

Turn in work in the drop box and place textbook on the table.

 

Monday--(Percents and decimals) read pages 220-221

work page 222 numbers 12-27

 

Tuesday--(Adding and subtracting fractions) read pages 244-245

work page 246 numbers 4-14

 

Wednesday--(Adding and subtracting mixed numbers) read pages 248-249

Work page 250 numbers 4-18

 

Thursday--(Multiplying fractions and mixed numbers) read pages 254-255

work page 256 numbers 4-10 and numbers 30-32

 

Friday--(Dividing fractions and mixed numbers) read pages 264-265

work page 266 numbers 10-20

 

REMEMBER TO TURN IN TEXTBOOKS.


Due May 10

Week of May 4-8 Due by Sunday evening

25 points


 

Label each day's lesson with your name, date, class period, and page number.

 

Write the problem down and show the work.

 

Blue textbook

 

Monday--(Simplify Fractions)work page 209 numbers 8 through 23 and numbers 26 and 27

 

Tuesday--(Fractions and decimals) read pages 210 and 211

work page 211 numbers 6 through 13 (no calculator)

 

Wednesday-- (Fractions and Decimals) work page 211 numbers 20 through 27 and 33 through 37 (no calculator)

 

Thursday--(Fractions and Percents) read pages 216 and 217 (no calculator)

work page 218 numbers 1 through 15

 

Friday--(Fractions and Percents) work page 218 numbers 24 through 30 and 39 through 45 (no calculator)

 

Miss all of you! This week is a review of being able to convert numbers from one form to another. Only use a calculator if it is your modification.

 


Due May 4

Week of April 27- May 1

25 points

 

Chantel Towell 7th Math

 

All assignments are from the blue textbook.

Please make sure each day's lesson is labeled with your name, the page number, and the date of the assignment.

All problems are to be written down and work shown.

Staple or paperclip the entire week's work together in order before turning in. (This will help me grade it faster.)

EVERYONE MAY USE A CALCULATOR THIS WEEK, BUT MAKE SURE TO SHOW ALL STEPS.

 

Monday--read pages 172 and 173 (Inequalities)

work page 174 numbers 5 through 10 and 20 through 34

 

Tuesday--work page 186 and 187 numbers 11 through 28 (Chapter Review)

 

Wednesday--work page 187 numbers 29 through 53 (Chapter Review)

 

Thursday--work page 189 numbers 3 through 17 (Practice Test)

 

Friday-- Read page 197 and 198 (Prime and Composite)

work page 199 numbers 5 through 10 and 13 through 25

 

I miss all of you guys and wish we could be back at school together. If you forget how to do a skill and reading in the book doesn't help, go to IXL or Khan Academy. I am noticing that no one is using IXL. It is a wonderful tool. Everything that I have been getting you to work is review skills you will need in the 8th grade. We want to make sure you are ready for the eighth grade.

 

Remember to make sure and label each day's work with your name, the date of the lesson, and the page number. Turn in assignments each week.

 

Love and miss all of you! If you would like to message me, I would love to hear from you.


Week of April 20-24

 

ALL ASSIGNMENTS ARE REVIEW SKILLS! WE ARE WORKING IN OUR BLUE TEXTBOOK BECAUSE EVERYONE HAS ONE. REMEMBER IF YOU FORGET HOW TO WORK SOMETHING, LOOK AT THE EXAMPLES. YOU CAN ALSO WATCH A KHAN ACADEMY VIDEO. IXL IS STILL WONDERFUL PRACTICE.

 

MAKE SURE ALL WORK IS PAGE NUMBERED AND EACH PROBLEM IS NUMBERED. SAVE ALL WORK AND I WILL COLLECT IT WHEN WE RETURN TO SCHOOL. IF THERE IS A DROP OFF BOX AT SCHOOL, YOU CAN PUT IT IN THERE. I LOVE YOU GUYS AND GALS. MISS ALL OF YOU AND CAN'T WAIT TO SEE YOU AGAIN. IF YOU NEED ME, YOU CAN SEND ME A MESSAGE.

 

Monday--Practice Test

Work page 145 numbers 1 through 25 (Write the problems and the answers.)

 

Tuesday--Solving one step equations with addition and subtraction

Read pages 156-158 to see the examples.

Work pages 158 and 159 numbers 11 through 38 (Write the problems and answers. Show all steps.)

 

Wednesday--Solving one step equations with multiplication and division

Read pages 160 and 161 to see the examples.

Work page 162 numbers 1 through 28 (Write the problems and answers. Show all steps.)

 

Thursday--Solving two step equations

Read pages 166 and 167 to see the examples.

Work page 168 numbers 2 through 20 (Write the problems and answers. Show all steps.)

 

Friday --Solving two step equations

Work page 168 numbers 21-39 (Write the problems and answers. Show all steps.)