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The Seventh Grade by Gary Soto. A Review by Robbie Campbell. Main characters. Victor Teresa. Setting of story. The story took place at a high school. It was about kids who were starting seven grade. Theme of the story. The theme of the story is how to become friends with girls you like.

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the seventh grade by gary soto

The Seventh Gradeby Gary Soto

A Review by Robbie Campbell

main characters
Main characters
  • Victor
  • Teresa
setting of story
Setting of story
  • The story took place at a high school. It was about kids who were starting seven grade.
theme of the story
Theme of the story
  • The theme of the story is how to become friends with girls you like.
information on the theme
Information on the theme
  • The theme is about Victor who wants to become friends with a girl named Teresa.
my prediction
My prediction

I think it is about new students in a seventh grade class.

beginning of story
Beginning of story
  • The first day of school, and then they had English class.
in the middle of the story
In the middle of the story
  • They had lunch, and then they went to math class.
at the end of the story
At the end of the story
  • Then they had French class, and at the end of the day he become friends with Teresa.
critique what you liked
Critique- what you liked
  • The thing I liked about the story is that I thought it was an interesting story.
critique what you didn t like
Critique-what you didn’t like
  • The thing that I didn’t like about the story is that it was a little to short for me because I like stories that are longer.