All ELA classes:
- We will continue working on personal narratives this week which are due on Friday, 9/14
- Monday: read “Why Couldn’t I Have Been Named Ashley?” and begin revising middle paragraph of narrative.
- Tuesday: Revising concluding paragraph
- Wednesday-Friday: complete all revisions including transitions, figurative language, editing etc.
MRS. USSERY’S SOCIAL STUDIES 4th Period:
- Unit Test on Tuesday, 9/11. You received a completed study guide on Monday. Please review this and all maps (including the Israel inset map) before the test.
- On Wednesday we will begin the unit HISTORY OF SOUTHWEST ASIA
- Friday, August 14th will be hearing and vision testing through our Social Studies classes
ELA: We are working on our narrative at this time, and focus is on IRR: Incident, Response and Reflection.
Write a multi-paragraph narrative about a time that you had to make a choice. Include information about the choice you made and the consequences of your action. Be sure to:
-Include the elements of incident, response, and reflection.
-Use transitions to connect ideas for your reader
-Use figurative language and rich vocabulary
To Access Your SpringBoard Text at Home:
- Click on this link: https://clever.com/oauth/instant-login?client_id=b51b5d2ce49a6538cb55&district_id=5798a584ac8d990100000850&specify_auth=saml&t=v
- When you are prompted to log in, use:
- SCH\Student ID number and the same computer password used at school (for example, if your lunch number was 1112233, you would type in SCH\1112233 as your username, then use your school computer password as the password)
- OR.… you are supposed to also be able to use your Office 365 login credentials for your username and password!
Link to Ms. Campbell’s blog for ELA periods 2, 7, 8 http://www.cobblearning.net/scampbell/
Tuesday’s homework: Letter to Ms. Campbell and Ms Goodemote
Parent survey on Ms. Campbell’s blog
Supplies for ELA
Link to Ms. Ussery’s blog for ELA period 3 and Social Studies period 4
We are so excited to have you, our wonderful 7th graders, back at McClure. Please know that your teachers are all here to teach, help and care about you.
My schedule is as follows:
Homeroom Room 723 (Mrs. Ussery)
Period 2 ELA with Ms. Campbell
Period 3 ELA with Mrs. Ussery
Period 4 Social Studies with Ms. Campbell
Periods 5/6 Planning-I could be anywhere during this time!
Period 7 ELA with Ms. Campbell
Period 8 ELA with Ms. Campbell
Today we reviewed for Milestone testing. Our testing dates for ELA are April 10th and 11th. Students are working on responses to narratives for the next two days.
We will have a Membean test on Thursday of this week.
Please access the following information to study for Milestones:
Today students worked on using the RAFT strategy to analyze the summative writing prompt. We also developed a graphic organizer to assist in writing assignment. On Wednesday we will continue to work on graphic organizer and discuss introductory paragraphs.
Quarter 3 Report cards are posted in ParentVue for parents to view and print if desired.
Don’t forget the Book Fair is happening now!
The Book Fair is coming soon, please visit the McClure homepage for new payment options!
We are working on evidence for our argumentative letters. We will develop claim statements on Monday and complete our T-Charts.
Membean test on Monday!!!
Today we read and found evidence to support the topic “Should People Use Driverless Cars?” On Monday after the Membean test we will read and find evidence against using driverless cars. On Tuesday we will write letters to the principal that are written with a formal tone.
Membean Test on Monday…Make sure you are accessing the software and getting your time in!
Today we continued lessons on identifying formal language. Students were able to distinguish sentences which would be considered formal vs. informal. They also gave reasons why sentences would be identified as formal, as well as informal.
On Friday we will write a paragraph written in a formal style. Next week we will focus on using text evidence to write an argumentative composition.
Welcome back! So glad to see you!
Today we started a news article to identify reasons and evidence on the dangers of cheerleading. Tomorrow we will continue analyzing the article and create a chart contrasting dangers and safety measures of cheerleading.
We will have a Membean test on Tuesday, March 6th. Make sure you are spending 10 minutes, three times per week on Membean.