• Learning Targets

    Lesson in Class

    Homework

    7th Grade ELA

    Period 1

    December 2 - 6

    Date

    Learning Targets, Big Ideas, and Essential Questions:

    Lesson in Class

    Homework

    Monday

     

    1. Cite the textual evidence that most strongly supports an analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text.
    2. Identify and understand denotation and connotation.
    3. Analyze how and why individuals, events, and ideas develop and interact over the course of a text. 
    4. Interpret words and phrases as they are used in a text, including determining technical, connotative and figurative meanings, and analyze how specific word choices shape meaning and tone.
    5. Write arguments to support claims with clear reasons and relevant evidence.
    • Independent Novel Reading
    • The Giver  Ch. 10

     Due: Tuesday, Nov. 12

    Tuesday

     

        1. How can societal rules help or hurt us?

        2. When should one conform to the wishes or rules of other?

        3. What are the consequences for a society when people have choices? How is society impacted by personal      choices? How do personal choices impact a society?

    • Vocabulary:
    • 1. interdependence n.
    • 2. relinquish v.
    • Novel Reading
    • The Giver Ch. 11
    • Mini Grammar Lesson: Nouns

     

    Wednesday

         1. When should one conform to the wishes or rules of others?  
    • Vocabulary:
    • 3. Acquisition n.
    • 4. Exempted adj.
      • Novel Reading
      • Writing
      • Prompt: Choose one and write at least ten sentences.
    Vocab words 1 - 3 due 12/5 with definition, picture, and original sentence.

    Thursday

     
    1. What are the consequences for a society when people have choices? How is society impacted by personal choices? How do personal choices impact a society?
     
      • Novel Reading
      • Vocabulary: 
      • 5. Intricate: adj.
      • Mini Grammar Lesson: Concrete and Abstract Nouns
     Vocab words 3 - 4 due 12/6 with definition, picture, and original sentence.

    Friday