I can... determine if figures are similiar. 7.G.2
- Steps of the Lesson:
- Do eLearning warmup in Google Classroom.
- Read Ms. Wallace Message.
- Study area of geometric figures.
- Make sure you COMPLETE your lessons for I-ready. (Due FRIDAY)
- Work to be turned in: Your Warmup in Google Classroom immediately for attendance. Make sure you have completed your I-ready lessons.
English Language Arts 7
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Language Arts 7th grade - Krueger Middle School
I can... read a variety of literature within a range of complexity appropriate for grades 6-8. By the end of grade 7, students interact with texts proficiently and independently at the middle of the range and with scaffolding as needed for texts at the high end of the range (7.RL.1)
7.RV.3.1 Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in works of literature, including figurative and connotative meanings; analyze the impact of rhymes and other repetitions of sounds (e.g., alliteration) within a story, poem, or play.
- Lesson Description
We will continue to work on our reading through Independent Reading. Students should complete the assignment on Google Classroom Classwork. If time, students should work on their Vocabulary Logs that are due March 4th. Students should log in through Google Classroom.
Steps of the Lesson:
1. Read in your Independent Reading book for at least 20 minutes. Respond to the questions in a Google Doc through Google Classroom. This assignment will be 10 points and will count for your attendance. You may use the following links to go to Google Classroom: Google Classroom Block 1, Google Classroom Block 2, or Google Classroom Block 5.
2. Complete your EL Education vocabulary logs. These are due Wednesday at the beginning of class.
3. Keep up with your iReady Reading. Goal = 30 - 45 minutes a week and pass two quizzes
3. Other great things to do with your time: Quizzlet (there is a new fact or opinion one added), Freerice.com and Typing.com (through Clever).
Work to be turned in: Complete assignment on Google Classroom regarding Independent Reading. Work on vocab logs and turn in at beginning of class Wednesday 3/4. Please email me with any questions and if there is any way I can help.
I can…use the pythagorean theorem to solve for an unknown side length of a triangle.
In this lesson, you will complete a quizizz that requires you to use the pythagorean theorem to solve for an unknown side length of a triangle.
Steps of Lesson:
- Go to Google Classroom.
- Find the assignment titled "E-Learning 3/2/20"
- Follow the instructions on the assignment.
- Turn in the assignment on Google Classroom.
Work to be turned in:
The assingment titled "E-Learning 3/2/20" should be turned in on Google Classroom.
English Language Arts 8
- Independently read a novel or nonfiction book of your choice for 25 minutes. You may read your independent reader or find a new book online through libraries 360: https://laporte.tlcdelivers.com/?config=KruegerMS#section=home or through Tumble Books Teen Book Cloud: https://www.tumblebookcloud.com/Home.aspx.
- Log into Google Classroom, follow the link to your assignment.
- Assignment: Log your reading and answer the WRITING PROMPT in Google Classroom.
- Submit via Google Classroom.
This assignment is worth 10 points and due on Thursday, March 5, 2020.
8.RL.1: Read a variety of literature within a range of complexity appropriate for grades 6-8. By the end of grade 8, students interact with texts proficiently and independently.
8.W.1: Write routinely over a variety of time frames for a range of tasks, purposes, and audiences; apply reading standards to support analysis, reflection, and research by drawing evidence from literature and nonfiction texts. -I can determine the author’s perspective or purpose in a nonfiction text.
-I can read a variety of literature in a range of complexity.
-I can write routinely over a variety of time frames for a range of tasks, purposes, and audiences from fiction and nonfiction texts.