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 4/27

Lesson: Haiku Poetry
Students will explore haikus and create one of their own

Tuesday 4/28

Lesson: Cinquain Poetry
Students will explore Cinquain poems and create several of their own

Wednesday 4/29

Lesson: The Language of Poetry
Students will revisit the key terms of poetry and participate in interactive review activities.

Thursday 4/30

Lesson: The Language of Poetry Continued
Students will apply the key terms of poetry in a written discussion about poems from contemporary writers.

Friday 5/1

Lesson: Review & Open Mic Friday
Students will review content learned from the week to prepare for their quizzes and will participate in a live poetry reading.

MATH (Salgado)

Monday 4/27

Topic: Interpret line plots
Students will be able to answer questions related to line plots.
Assignment: IXL 7th BB2

Tuesday 4/28

Topic: Create Line Plots
Students will be able create line plots based on data.
Assignment: IXL 7th BB3


Wednesday 4/29

Topic: Create and interpret line plots with fractions
Students will be able to answer questions related to line plots
Assignment: IXL 7th BB4

 

Thursday 4/30

Topic: Interpret stem-and-leaf plots
Students will be able to answer questions related to stem-and-leaf plots.
Assignment: IXL 7th BB 5

Friday 5/1

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

 

SCIENCE (Coach Dave)
 

Monday 4/27

Scientific Method Practice and Application-Choose question and begin background research

Tuesday 4/28

Scientific Method Practice and Application-Continue background research and begin constructing hypothesis

 

Wednesday 4/29

Scientific Method Practice and Application-Construct hypothesis and begin planning how to test your hypothesis

 

Thursday 4/30

Scientific Method Practice and Application-Finalize plan for testing hypothesis

 

Friday 5/1

Scientific Method Practice and Application-Begin testing your hypothesis

 

Room 302 - Coach D. Potrikus

 

LITERACY (Canonaco)  

Monday 4/27

Lesson: Haiku Poetry
Students will explore haikus and create one of their own

Tuesday 4/28

Lesson: Cinquain Poetry
Students will explore Cinquain poems and create several of their own

Wednesday 4/29

Lesson: The Language of Poetry
Students will revisit the key terms of poetry and participate in interactive review activities.

Thursday 4/30

Lesson: The Language of Poetry Continued
Students will apply the key terms of poetry in a written discussion about poems from contemporary writers.

Friday 5/1

Lesson: Review & Open Mic Friday
Students will review content learned from the week to prepare for their quizzes and will participate in a live poetry reading.

MATH (Salgado)

Monday 4/27

Topic: Interpret line plots
Students will be able to answer questions related to line plots.
Assignment: IXL 7th BB2

Tuesday 4/28

Topic: Create Line Plots
Students will be able create line plots based on data.
Assignment: IXL 7th BB3


Wednesday 4/29

Topic: Create and interpret line plots with fractions
Students will be able to answer questions related to line plots
Assignment: IXL 7th BB4

 

Thursday 4/30

Topic: Interpret stem-and-leaf plots
Students will be able to answer questions related to stem-and-leaf plots.
Assignment: IXL 7th BB 5

Friday 5/1

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

 

SCIENCE (Coach Dave)
 

Monday 4/27

Scientific Method Practice and Application-Choose question and begin background research

Tuesday 4/28

Scientific Method Practice and Application-Continue background research and begin constructing hypothesis

 

Wednesday 4/29

Scientific Method Practice and Application-Construct hypothesis and begin planning how to test your hypothesis

 

Thursday 4/30

Scientific Method Practice and Application-Finalize plan for testing hypothesis

 

Friday 5/1

Scientific Method Practice and Application-Begin testing your hypothesis

Room 309 - Ms. Nunez (Dual Language)

LITERACY/HUMANITIES (Brockland)

Monday 4/27

Reading/Writing/Social Studies
Students will be able to make personal connections to our class text.
-Read Refugee Chapters 12-14 in Epic Books
-Record your response on Flipgrid: Which character do you relate the most to? Why?

 

SEL: Set two SMART goals for quarter 4: one personal and one academic.

Complete the SMART goal worksheet in google classroom.

Tuesday 4/28

Reading/Writing/Social Studies
Students will be able to fill in the backstory by making a timeline.
-Read Refugee Chapters 15-17 in Epic Books
-Complete "Refugee Timeline" in google classroom
 

SEL: What is time management?
-Watch Flocabulary video on time management.
-Make your own To-Do List with two columns: To do/How Long

 

Wednesday 4/29

Reading/Writing
Students will be able to notice when a character's internal traits conflict with the expectations of the setting (character v. society conflict).
-Read Refugee chapters 18-20 in Epic Books
-Complete "Conflict Analysis" assignment in google classroom
 

Estudios Sociales
-Elija uno de los personajes y su escenario en nuestro libro, Refugee. Identifique y explique qué tipo de gobierno tiene ese país durante su época del personaje.
-Entrega la tarea a través de Google Classroom.

 

SEL: Time Management
-Review your to-do list for today. What are your priorities? What has to get done? What do you want to get done?
-Be prepared to share tomorrow how you did with yoru list.

 

Thursday 4/30

Reading/Writing
Students will be able to analyze the perspective of a minor character.
-Read Refugee chapters 21-23 in Epic Books
-Complete "Minor Character Perspective" assignment in google classroom

Estudios Sociales
-estudie las palabras de vocabulario compartido a través de Google Classroom, las cuáles pueden entrar en Quizlet


SEL: Time Management
-Complete google form in Classroom to reflect on your use of the strategy we practiced all week, using a To-Do list.

Friday 5/1

Reading/Writing
Students will be able to write an argument to compare the varied points of view in Refugee.
-Complete a reading response in Kidblog that includes a Claim, Evidence, and Reasoning to answer the question: Which character in our book is the most valiant?

Estudios sociales
-Participa en una competencia de vocabulario en Quizlet

 

SEL: Highs and Lows of the week
-Rose/bud/thorn share with the class

Math & Science (Nunez)
 

Monday 4/27

Math: 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 4/28

Math: 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 4/29

Math: 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 4/30

Math: 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 5/1

Math: 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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