7th Grade Reading
Independent Novel Study Project: This novel project allows students choice and flexibility in their assessment, and provides them with the opportunity to use their strengths to show their learning. Whether it be creating an art project surrounding their book, writing from a characters perspective, or filming a documentary, this project will allow your students to shine!
This project-based learning opportunity allows students to become the teacher for a whole class period! Divide the class into groups and have each group teach a chapter of the novel, complete with a list of requirements, a lesson planning template, an essay reflection prompt, and a full Great Gatsby sample project.All documents are included; just update the editable dates to match your schedule, print, and go!Students love the autonomy of this project and do a fantastic job of becoming the teac.
Your students will love this 5-day fun and engaging literature study of “Thank You, M’am”. In this unit students will be assembling Interactive File Folders as they develop a deep understanding of the text. The 3-D shapes and Interactive File Folders provide a fun, hands-on approach to learning that taps into multiple learning styles. Perfect for use in Interactive Notebooks, too!
Thank You, Mam by Langston Hughes (Thanksgiving): Presentation & Assignment from Presto Plans on TeachersNotebook.com - (17 pages) - This resource has everything you need to teach Langston Hughes' short story, "Thank You, M'am". This lesson makes for a perfect Thanksgiving lesson, but can also be used at any other time during the y
Thank You, M'am Lesson Plan from Kirks Corner on TeachersNotebook.com (11 pages) - This file includes the lesson plan, handouts, and extras for use in teaching "Thank You, M'am" by Hughes. Using both Common Core 9-10 and Tennessee State English I Standards, this plan will help teach and assess characterization with emphas
This is a lesson focusing on plot using the story Seventh Grade by Gary Soto.Includes the following slides: 1) Title slide with link to story online 2) Story Preview 3) Warm-Up: Thinking about 7th Grade 4) Definition of Plot with video links 5) Explanation of Plot Pyramid 6) Timeline for organizing story events 7) Creating a Plot Pyramid with Story 8) Answer Key for Plot Pyramid 9) Story Discussion Questions 10) Personal Connection: Comparing 7th Grade experiences with Venn Diagram