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7th Grade ELA

April 14th-May 1st



March 30th - April 10th

ELA Packet Week 1 3/30/20 through 4/3/20

Reading:

The Run (Readworks)

1) Go to Readworks.org

2) Sign in with your school google account

3) Enter class code: FMJZNP

4) Read “The Run” a seven part mini-series and answer the comprehension questions that follow each part.

The Run:

Part 1Part 2Part 3Part 4Part 5Part 6Part 7

Writing:

Answer the following short response questions on a separate sheet or document.

1) Where does The Run take place?

2) What verb tense is used in The Run? Use two examples from the text to show evidence.

3) What is the mood in part one? How does the author create this mood? Use one example from the text of Part 1 to show evidence.

4) What did you think of the ending? Remember, you need to back up your opinion with evidence from the text. Use at least two quotes from the text to help prove your point. 


7th Grade history

April 14th-May 1st



March 30th - April 10th

Because of the current health situation, we are not allowed to physically attend school, but that does not mean we cannot still be learning history. I have put together instructional lessons that incorporate three components: the PowerPoint Presentation, the Student Response Worksheet and Google Classroom.

IF YOU DO NOT HAVE ACCESS TO A CELL PHONE OR THE INTERNET, YOU ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR THE GOOGLE CLASSROOM PORTION OF THESE ACTIVITIES.

INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Start by working through the PowerPoint presentations. They will teach you content about the lesson and give you instructions about the activities you need to accomplish.

2. Complete the Student Response Worksheet using the information you learned in the PowerPoint presentation.

3. At various points, the PowerPoint presentation will instruct you to log onto Google Classroom and complete a specific activity. Google Classroom can be access using the internet or a cell phone (if students do not have either one of these at home, then they are not responsible for the Google Classroom portion of these activities). Students will use their school log in information to log in at home. This is the same Google Class that we use at school.

If you have any questions, please feel free to email me at thiggins@soulsbyvilleschool.com

Best,

Tom Higgins   

Week 1 Assignments:

Medieval Africa - The Caravan Routes PowerPoint Slides

Caravan Routes Student Response Worksheet

Week 2 Assignments:

Kingdom of Mali - PowerPoint Slides

Sundjata and Mansa Musa Student Response Worksheet


7th Grade Math

April 14th-May 1st



March 30th - April 10th

Hi students and families. I have put together some math review practice for this week. These are all skills that I have previously taught this year. The 1st page is mostly just notes and examples. Students can reference their math journals, and I will be posting links to some Youtube - educational videos that accompany the daily work on my Google Classroom. Students can login to classroom.google.com and use their school email and password. Most students should already be signed up, but if you need to join one of my classes, my join in code is: mtuvotw

I will also have an answer key available for the packets so you can check your work. Please email me if you have any questions or would like a pdf of the answer key.

Sincerely

Mrs huff

7th Grade Math Teacher

Email: lhuff@soulsbyvilleschool.com

7th Grade Math Week 1 Packet

7th Grade Math Week 2 Packet


7th Grade Science

April 14th-May 1st



March 30th - April 10th

Science - Skutches

Week 2 Science Assignments


Note from Mr. Skutches

Coronavirus Lesson Assignment

1. Why are viruses considered to be “on the edge of Life” and not simply classified as living things?

2. How does the coronavirus get transmitted from one individual to another?

3.How do we best “flatten the curve” of the spreading virus?

4. Why is it important to flatten the curve?

5. How does high humidity decrease the chance of the virus spreading?

6. Describe three ways to practice “social distancing.”

Coronavirus Lesson Video 1

CORONAVIRUS Information

Coronavirus

Science Lessons