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Bell Work: Take book/paper from each stack up front Read over syllabus and classroom expectations . Today we will make a “ Wordle ” with at least 10 verbs, 10 nouns, and 5 adjectives! 7.6.4. 8-17 Objective: Introductions and parts of speech review. To be ready for Monday:

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8 17 objective introductions and parts of speech review

  • Bell Work:

    • Take book/paper from each stack up front

    • Read over syllabus and classroom expectations.

    • Today we will make a “Wordle” with at least 10 verbs, 10 nouns, and 5 adjectives! 7.6.4

8-17 Objective: Introductions and parts of speech review

To be ready for Monday:

Bring colored Wordle

Bring signed syllabus by Wednesday


8 20 objective introduction to greek latin roots routine

  • Bell Work:

    • Go to MJSHS Home Page

      • Click on Staff

      • Click on Melinda Wise

      • Click on Seventh Grade

      • Click onBase Word Worksheets

      • Save to your server

      • 7.6.9, 7.1.2

8-20 Objective: Introduction to Greek/Latin roots routine

To be ready for Tuesday:

Bring signed syllabus by Wednesday

Find three words you know for each base word


8 21 objective exploring literary genres 7 2 1 7 3 1

  • Bell Work:

    • Go to MJSHS Home Page

      • Click on Staff

      • Click on Melinda Wise

      • Click on Seventh Grade

      • Click on “4 Levels” link

      • Save to your server

      • Bold all nouns in 1-5 (Command + B)

8-21 Objective: Exploring Literary Genres 7.2.1, 7.3.1

To be ready for Wednesday:

Signed syllabus due

Write two sentences using each of the words you found yesterday (total of 6 sentences)


8 22 objective continue literary genre exploration 7 2 1 7 3 1

  • Bell Work:

    • 4 Levels:

      • Bold nouns in 6-10

      • Use your vocabulary list to quiz your neighbor. See who can get the most correct in a row!

8-22 Objective: Continue Literary Genre Exploration 7.2.1, 7.3.1

To be ready for Thursday:

Finish Genre worksheet—come to class with any questions you still have


8 23 objective active reading strategies 7 2 4 7 2 7

  • Bell Work:

    • Use your base words list to create 4 new words and define them.

    • Example:

      • Aquachrono= Water time

8-23 Objective: Active Reading Strategies 7.2.4, 7.2.7

To be ready for Friday:

Study for vocabulary quiz tomorrow

Bring an independent reading book with you tomorrow


8 24 objective vocabulary quiz and review independent reading 7 rl 10 7 ri 10 7 l 4

  • Bell Work:

    • Spend time independently reviewing base words for your quiz today!

    • Sharpen pencils

    • Clear off your desk

8-24 Objective: Vocabulary Quiz and review, independent reading 7.RL.10, 7.RI.10, 7.L.4

To be ready for Monday:

Get a good night’s sleep and come ready to learn!


8 27 objective setting character conflict 7 3 3 7 3 8 7 3 9

  • Bell Work:

  • Proper noun= name, always capitalized

    • Make a list of all proper nouns in sentences 1-5

  • Open Roots Homework document from last week—we will add to it today.

8-27 Objective: Setting, Character, Conflict 7.3.3, 7.3.8, 7.3.9

To be ready for Tuesday:

Find 3 words for each of your new bases

Finish setting activity


8 28 objective continue setting character conflict 7 3 3 7 3 8 7 3 9

  • Bell Work:

  • 4 Levels:

    • List all Proper nouns in 6-10

  • Review vocabulary words with your neighbor

8-28 Objective: Continue Setting, Character, Conflict 7.3.3, 7.3.8, 7.3.9

To be ready for Wednesday:

Write 2 sentences using each of the words you found yesterday


8 29 objective plot diagram 7 3 2

  • Bell Work:

    • Use your week 1 and 2 base words to create 5 new words. Write the word and definition in your notebook.

    • Example: Aquadem = Water people

8-29 Objective: Plot Diagram 7.3.2

To be ready for Thursday:

Bring plot diagram story


8 30 objective continue plot diagram 7 3 2

  • Bell Work:

    • 4 Levels: A pronoun takes the place of a noun—highlight all pronouns in 1-5 in pink

8-30 Objective: Continue Plot Diagram 7.3.2

To be ready for Friday:

Study for base word quiz 2—remember all words could be included


8 31 objective vocab quiz read seventh grade

  • Bell Work:

  • Independently review base words list 1 and 2 for quiz today!

  • Sharpen pencil

  • Clear off your desk

8-31 Objective: Vocab quiz, Read Seventh Grade

Monday: Labor Day

To be ready for Tuesday:

Read from your independent reading book

Enjoy your long weekend!


9 4 objective recap seventh grade review plot

  • Bell Work:

  • Highlight pronouns in sentence 6-10 in pink

9-4 Objective: Recap Seventh Grade; review plot

To be ready for Wednesday:

Find 3 words for each of your Week 3 Bases


9 5 objective introduce rikki tikki tavi character

9-5 Objective: Introduce Rikki-Tikki-Tavi; character

To be ready for Thursday:

Write 2 sentences for each of the words you found yesterday


9 6 objective continue rikki tikki tavi predictions

  • Bell Work: corrections!

  • A verb is an action word—something that you do.

  • Make a list of as many verbs as you can think of.

9-6 Objective: Continue Rikki-Tikki-Tavi; predictions

To be ready for Friday:

Study for Week 3 Base word Quiz—remember all bases could be used


9 7 objective continue rikki tikki tavi plot conflict

  • Bell Work: corrections!

  • Study for your vocabulary quiz.

  • Sharpen pencil

  • Clear off desk

9-7 Objective: Continue Rikki-Tikki-Tavi; plot/conflict

To be ready for Monday:

Read from your independent reading book


9 10 objective activating prior knowledge titanic

  • Bell Work: corrections!

  • A verb is an action word

  • Italicize all verbs in sentence 1-5

9-10 Objective: Activating Prior Knowledge--Titanic

To be ready for Tuesday:

Find 3 words for each Week 4 Base word


9 11 objective introduce suspense inference and foreshadowing

  • Bell Work corrections!

  • Italicize all verbs in sentence 6-10

9-11 Objective: Introduce suspense, inference, and foreshadowing,

To be ready for Wednesday:

Write 2 sentences using each word you found yesterday.


9 12 objective read exploring the titanic

  • Bell Work corrections!

  • Linking verbs act as verbs, but aren’t as active.

  • List these linking verbs in your notes:

    am, is, are, was, were

    be, been, being

9-12 Objective: Read “Exploring the Titanic”

To be ready for Thursday:

Create 5 “new words” using your bases from week 1-4

You will have a substitute tomorrow and Friday.


9 13 objective media analysis of titanic

Bell Work: Recite the linking verbs from yesterday with a partner—repetition will help you remember them!

9-13 Objective: Media analysis of Titanic

To be ready for Friday:

Study for your Week 5 Base quiz—remember all words could be included!


9 14 objective media analysis of titanic

  • Bell Work: partner—repetition will help you remember them!

    • Review your vocabulary words for quiz

    • Sharpen pencil

    • Clear off your desk.

9-14 Objective: Media analysis of Titanic

To be ready for Monday:

Read from independent reading book


9 17 objective titanic chronological order

  • Bell Work: partner—repetition will help you remember them!

    • Italicize all linking verbs in sentence 1-5

9-17 Objective: Titanic—chronological order

To be ready for Tuesday:

Find 3 words for each week 5 base.


9 18 objective titanic cause effect

  • Bell Work partner—repetition will help you remember them!

  • Italicize all linking verbs in sentence 6-10

9-18 Objective: Titanic—cause/effect

To be ready for Wednesday:

Write 2 sentences for each word you found yesterday.


9 19 objective finish titanic timeline

  • Bell Work: partner—repetition will help you remember them!

  • An adjective modifies/describes a noun—what size, color, mood, etc.

  • List as many adjectives as you can to describe something in the room (not a person)

9-19 Objective: Finish Titanic timeline

To be ready for Thursday:

Finish Week 5 Base Word Quiz at home!


9 20 objective review titanic

  • Bell Work: partner—repetition will help you remember them!

  • Adjectives help make writing more descriptive and colorful.

  • Change the color of all adjectives in sentence 1-5.

9-20 Objective: Review Titanic

To be ready for Friday:

Study for final Titanic Test!


9 21 objective titanic formal assessment

  • Bell Work partner—repetition will help you remember them!

    • Independently review Titanic notes

    • Sharpen your pencil

    • Clear off your desk

9-21 Objective: Titanic Formal Assessment

To be ready for Monday:

Read from an independent reading book!


9 24 objective casey at bat

  • Bell Work: partner—repetition will help you remember them!

  • Change the color of all adjectives in sentence 6-10

9-24 Objective: Casey at Bat

To be ready for Tuesday:

Find 5 words that include prefixes from your list.


9 25 objective oral fluency punctuation expression

  • Bell Work: partner—repetition will help you remember them!

  • Add as many new adjectives to sentence 1-5 as you can!

9-25 Objective: Oral fluency; punctuation/expression

To be ready for Wednesday:

Write one sentence for each word you found yesterday

Practice your recitation


9 26 objective comparison of text other casey poems

  • Bell Work: partner—repetition will help you remember them!

  • Add as many new adjectives to sentence 6-10 as you can.

9-26 Objective: Comparison of text—other “Casey” poems

To be ready for Thursday:

Create 7 new words including prefixes and bases

Be prepared to present your recitation to the class


9 27 objective recite casey poems

  • Bell Work partner—repetition will help you remember them!

  • If you would need to say the word “and” in-between adjectives, you would need a comma. Ex. He is a strong, healthy man.

  • Check all sentences for comma use.

9-27 Objective: Recite Casey Poems

To be ready for Friday:

Study vocabulary words for quiz tomorrow—base words may be included


9 28 objective introduce drama the monsters are due on maple street

  • Bell Work partner—repetition will help you remember them!

  • Look over vocabulary words

  • Sharpen pencil

  • Clear off your desk

9-28 Objective: Introduce drama-The Monsters are Due on Maple Street

To be ready for Monday:

Read from independent reading book—signed calendar is due any day next week—do you have 10 hours (600 minutes)?


10 1 objective readers theatre

  • Bell Work: partner—repetition will help you remember them!

  • An adverb modifies a verb, adjective, or another adverb.

    • It tells how you do something.

    • Ex. Incredibly sad, runs quickly

    • Find all of the adverbs in sentences 1-5 and underline them.

10-1 Objective: Readers Theatre

To be ready for Tuesday:

Bring Reading Calendar

Find 5 words that include each of your prefixes


10 2 objective monsters setting and character discussion

  • Bell Work partner—repetition will help you remember them!

  • Did you notice that adverbs usually end in “-ly”?

  • Underline all adverbs in sentences 6-10

10-2 Objective: “Monsters” setting and character discussion

To be ready for Wednesday:

Bring your reading calendar!

Write a sentence for each word you found yesterday.


10 3 objective monsters conflict and plot

  • Bell Work partner—repetition will help you remember them!

  • These are some irregular adverbs: far, fast, hard, high, late, long. Low, well

  • Write them in your notes—notice that they indicate time or space.

10-3 Objective: “Monsters” conflict and plot

To be ready for Thursday:

Bring your reading calendar!

Make 7 “New words” including prefixes and bases

Find/organize all notes for “Casey” and “Monsters”


10 4 objective review poetry and drama

  • Bell Work: partner—repetition will help you remember them!

  • Checks the 4 Levels sentences for any irregular adverbs—underline them, too.

10-4 Objective: Review poetry and drama

To be ready for Friday:

Complete Prefix test 2 at home

Review for “Casey” and “Monsters” test


10 5 objective poetry and drama formal assessment

  • Bell Work partner—repetition will help you remember them!

    • Review study guide for test

    • Sharpen your pencil

    • Clear off your desk

10-5 Objective: Poetry and drama formal assessment

To be ready for Monday:

Brainstorm about a time when you had a conflict (internal or external)—recall as many details as possible!


10 8 objective introduce descriptive narrative brainstorm

10-8 Objective: Introduce descriptive narrative (brainstorm)

To be ready for Tuesday:

Find 5 words that include each of your new prefixes (Week 3)


10 9 objective pre write narrative

10-9 Objective: Pre-write narrative

To be ready for Wednesday:

Complete plot diagram plan and list of adjectives


10 10 objective draft narrative

  • Bell Work speech.

  • Conjunctions are words that join other words together.

  • List these in your notebook:

    • For, and, nor, but, or, yet, so

    • Remember FANBOYS

10-10 Objective: Draft narrative

To be ready for Thursday:

Write a sentence for each word you looked up Monday

Be able to finish your draft tomorrow—should be half way through your story!


10 11 objective finish drafting

  • Bell Work speech.

  • Find any conjunctions in the 4 Levels document and strike through them.

10-11 Objective: Finish Drafting

To be ready for Friday:

Study for prefix 3 quiz—could include base words and all prefixes

Have complete rough draft ready for a peer editor.


10 12 objective editing and revising narrative

  • Bell Work speech.

  • Review vocabulary words

  • Sharpen your pencil

  • Clear off your desk

10-12 Objective: Editing and revising narrative

To be ready for Monday:

Finish reading and commenting on peer’s narrative.

Bring an independent reading book—everyone will finish at different times


10 15 objective publish narrative

10-15 Objective: Publish narrative

To be ready for Tuesday:

Find 5 words for each prefix on Week 4 list

Collect and organize all notes from this whole unit (everything we have done so far).


10 16 objective review unit 1

  • Bell Work speech.

  • Peace, hope, and freedom are three ideals of our country.

    • (Note: do you know what “of” is—we haven’t talked about them yet)

10-16 Objective: Review Unit 1

To be ready for Wednesday:

Write a sentence for each word you found.

Bring any questions you have—what still doesn’t make sense?


10 17 objective review unit 1

  • Bell Work speech.

  • Flying footballs, shouts, and screams filled Squire Stadium.

10-17 Objective: Review Unit 1

To be ready for Thursday:

Study for unit assessment—application!

Bring an independent reading book.


10 18 objective unit 1 skills assessment

  • Bell Work speech.

  • Review Unit 1 notes

  • Sharpen your pencil

  • Clear off your desk

10-18 Objective: Unit 1 Skills Assessment

To be ready for Friday:

Study for week 4 prefix quiz

Relax! We completed the first Unit!!


10 19 objective review correct skills assessment

  • Bell Work speech.

  • Study vocab words

  • Sharpen your pencil

  • Clear off your desk

10-19 Objective: Review/Correct skills assessment

To be ready for Monday:

Read from your independent reading book– are you keeping track on your calendar—month is 2/3 over, do you have 400 minutes?