Seventh Grade

Week of 4/20           Week of 4/27          Week of 5/4          Week of 5/11


Room 303 - Ms. Canonaco  

LITERACY (Canonaco)  

Monday 5/4

Lesson: Poetry for Kindness
Students will examine the ways that people are caring for each other during this difficult time and craft poetry about small acts of kindness.

Tuesday 5/5

Lesson: Poetry for Hope
Students will discuss and write poems about what is currently keeping them hopeful.

Wednesday 5/6

Lesson: Poetry for the Advocacy
Students will explore the inequities that are expanding due to COVID-19 and craft poetry to call attention to those injustices.

Thursday 5/7

Lesson: Poetry Review
Students will review the forms and terms of poetry before their quiz on Friday.

Friday 5/8

Lesson: Quiz & Open Mic Friday
Students will take their poetry quiz and participate in poetry readings.

MATH (Salgado)

Monday 5/4

Topic: Stem-and-leaf plots
Students will use data to create stem-and-leaf plots
Assignment: IXL 7th BB 6

Tuesday 5/5

Topic: Histograms
Students will learn how to read and interpret histograms
Assignment: IXL 7th BB 9


Wednesday 5/6

Topic: Histograms
Students will create histograms based on data.
Assignment: IXL 7th BB 10

 

Thursday 5/7

Topic: Frequency Charts
Students will create frequency charts based on stem-and-leaf plots
Assignment: IXL 7th BB 11

Friday 5/8

Topic: Data Review
Students compete against others as they review charts and graphs.
Assignment: Kahoots! Live

 

SCIENCE (Coach Dave)
 

Monday 5/4

Work on Step 4: Test your Hypothesis, update Scientific Method Experiment Document with your observations, discuss progress with class

Tuesday 5/5

Work on Step 4: Test your Hypothesis, update Scientific Method Experiment Document with your observations, discuss progress with class

Wednesday 5/6

Work on Step 4: Test your Hypothesis, update Scientific Method Experiment Document with your observations, discuss progress with class

 

Thursday 5/7

Work on Step 4: Test your Hypothesis, update Scientific Method Experiment Document with your observations, discuss progress with class

 

Friday 5/8

Work on Step 4: Test your Hypothesis, update Scientific Method Experiment Document with your observations, discuss progress with class

 

Room 302 - Coach D. Potrikus

 

LITERACY (Canonaco)  

Monday 5/4

Lesson: Poetry for Kindness
Students will examine the ways that people are caring for each other during this difficult time and craft poetry about small acts of kindness.

Tuesday 5/5

Lesson: Poetry for Hope
Students will discuss and write poems about what is currently keeping them hopeful.

Wednesday 5/6

Lesson: Poetry for the Advocacy
Students will explore the inequities that are expanding due to COVID-19 and craft poetry to call attention to those injustices.

Thursday 5/7

Lesson: Poetry Review
Students will review the forms and terms of poetry before their quiz on Friday.

Friday 5/8

Lesson: Quiz & Open Mic Friday
Students will take their poetry quiz and participate in poetry readings.

MATH (Salgado)

Monday 5/4

Topic: Stem-and-leaf plots
Students will use data to create stem-and-leaf plots
Assignment: IXL 7th BB 6

Tuesday 5/5

Topic: Histograms
Students will learn how to read and interpret histograms
Assignment: IXL 7th BB 9


Wednesday 5/6

Topic: Histograms
Students will create histograms based on data.
Assignment: IXL 7th BB 10

 

Thursday 5/7

Topic: Frequency Charts
Students will create frequency charts based on stem-and-leaf plots
Assignment: IXL 7th BB 11

Friday 5/8

Topic: Data Review
Students compete against others as they review charts and graphs.
Assignment: Kahoots! Live

 

SCIENCE (Coach Dave)
 

Monday 5/4

Work on Step 4: Test your Hypothesis, update Scientific Method Experiment Document with your observations, discuss progress with class

Tuesday 5/5

Work on Step 4: Test your Hypothesis, update Scientific Method Experiment Document with your observations, discuss progress with class

Wednesday 5/6

Work on Step 4: Test your Hypothesis, update Scientific Method Experiment Document with your observations, discuss progress with class

 

Thursday 5/7

Work on Step 4: Test your Hypothesis, update Scientific Method Experiment Document with your observations, discuss progress with class

 

Friday 5/8

Work on Step 4: Test your Hypothesis, update Scientific Method Experiment Document with your observations, discuss progress with class

Room 309 - Ms. Nunez (Dual Language)

LITERACY/HUMANITIES (Brockland)

Monday 5/4

Students will be able to understand how setting impacts characters' decisions.
Reading
-Listen to the next three chapters of Refugee on Epic Books.
-Complete analysis of setting's impact on characters (classroom).
Writing: Write about how different places require you to act or behave in different ways. Compare how two different settings in your life influence your actions and decisions. (Classroom)

SEL: Reflect on progress toward SMART goal.
-Complete reflection questions posted on google classroom right below your SMART goal from last week.
-Be prepared to share with the class what has been working well for you, and what obstacles you have encountered.

Tuesday 5/5

Students will be able to define and give examples of academic vocabulary (herd behavior).
Virtual read-aloud: Los Sneetches
Reading
Read "Herd Behavior" on CommonLit and answer the guided reading questions as you read. (Turn in on CommonLit)
Writing: Write a paragraph to explain how you have seen Herd Behavior occur in your life, whether inside or outside of school. (Turn in on google classroom assignment called "Herd Behavior.")
SEL: Resilience
-Watch the video about Maya Angelou and resilience on Flocabulary
-Use the word "resilience" in a sentence or give an example to show you know what the word means.
-Check in on Class Catalyst. In your check-in, write a note to me telling me about a time when you were resilient.

 

Wednesday 5/6

Students will be able to compare informational texts to fictional portrayals of the time.
Mini-lesson: historical fiction authors weave real events into their stories to teach us history
Reading: Read "5 Surprising Facts About the Refugee Crisis" on CommonLit and answer the guiding questions as you read. (Turn in on CommonLit)
Writing: Explain how what you read in the article is similar or different to Mahmoud's story in Refugee. (Turn in on Google Classroom)
Social Studies: Practice identifying countries of the middle east on seterra.com. Take a screenshot of your best score and turn it in. (Turn in on Google Classroom)

SEL: Resilience
-Complete the self-evaluation on your own resilience called "How Resilient Are You?" posted in google classroom.
-Through google forms, submit a reflection to Ms. Brockland. Reflect on your score, your areas of strength, and potential areas for growth.

Thursday 5/7

Students will be able to compare informational texts to fictional portrayals of that time.
Mini-lesson: How to write a strong compare/contrast piece.
Reading
-As you listen to the next chapter of Isabel's story, complete the chart with details of how the author portrays her experience as a refugee. (Turn in on Google Classroom).
-As you watch two videos about Cuba in 1994, add to the other side of your chart to complete your comparison (turn in on Google Classroom).
Videos: "Cuban Rafter Crisis of 1994" from Naples Daily News, and "Cuban Rafters 20 Years After the Crisis--A Young Violinist Remembers" from the Miami Herald
Writing
Compose a paragraph that compares the informational texts you used to learn about Cuba in 1994 to our author's interpretation of the time in our book, Refugee. (turn in on Google Classroom)

SEL: Self-compassion
-Write a letter to and from yourself. First, explain one thing that makes you feel like you are not "good enough", makes you feel insecure, or that you don't like about yourself.
-Then, imagine you are your own best friend. Write a letter back to yourself from a perspective of love and support.

Friday 5/8

Students will be able to compare informational texts to fictional portrayals of that time.
Mini-lesson: How to write a strong compare/contrast piece.
Reading
-As you listen to the next chapter of Josef's story, complete the chart with details of how the author portrays his experience as a refugee of the Holocaust.
-Then, read "The Doomed Voyage of the MS St. Louis" and watch the embedded video on Upfront.com and complete the second half of the chart. (Turn in on Google Classroom)
Writing
Compose a paragraph that compares the informational texts you used to learn about Europe in 1939 to our author's interpretation of the time in our book, Refugee. (turn in on Google Classroom)

SEL: Reflection: Highs and lows of the week
Share your rose/bud/thorn with a friend or classmate.

Math & Science (Nunez)
 

Monday 5/4

9.3 ¿Cómo puedo encontrar la área de una forma compuesta? En Vivo con Ms. Nunez a las 10am Trabajo es en Quizizz Código- 390679

Science: Metabolismo- Slides en Google Classroom

 

Tuesday 5/5

9.4 ¿Cómo puedo encontrar la área de superficie de una figura? En Vivo con Ms. Nunez a las 10am Trabajo es en IXL AA11

Science: Metabolismo- Slides en Google Classroom

Wednesday 5/6

9.5 ¿Cómo puedo calcular el volumen de una figura formada por cubos y prismas? En Vivo con Ms. Nunez a las 10am Trabajo es en IXL AA7

Science: Metabolismo- Slides en Google Classroom

Thursday 5/7

9.5 ¿Cómo puedo calcular el volumen de una prisma trapecial? En Vivo con Ms. Nunez a las 10am Trabajo es en Quizizz Código 654038
Science: Metabolismo- Slides en Google Classroom

 

Friday 5/8

Repaso de Módulo 9 En Vivo con Ms. Nunez a las 10am Examen en Google Classroom

Science: Metabolismo- Slides en Google Classroom

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