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Green Student Activity Book (Grade 7)

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Green Student Activity Book (Grade 7)

by Diane Welch, Susan S. Simpson

$22.00

Quick Overview

The Everyday Words Unit is comprised of 13 weeks of grammar, dictation, sentence structure, and diagraming using classical literature for the middle school student. The Poetry Unit encourages an appreciation while memorizing, reciting, and analyzing various poetry.
 

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•36 weekly lessons divided into easy-to-use daily plans. •3 Book Studies (listed in the order which they appear): ◦The Star of Light by Patricia St. John ◦Adam and His Kin by Ruth Beechick ◦Much Ado About Nothing - Play by Shakespeare •4 Units: ◦Everyday Words ◦Poetry Unit ◦Short Story Unit ◦Research Unit •Integrated language arts lessons including: grammar, spelling, higher-order thinking, and study skills. •Teacher friendly, with little or no teacher preparation needed! •The Skills Index provides an easy skill reference. •Reviews Activities follow most lessons providing additional skill practice. • Assessments help teachers to evaluate progress. The Everyday Words Unit is comprised of 13 weeks of grammar, dictation, sentence structure, and diagraming using classical literature for the middle school student. The Poetry Unit encourages an appreciation while memorizing, reciting, and analyzing various poetry. Students compose poetry and a psalm. In the Short Story Unit, students will analyze the elements of a story, develop a plot line of a story, write dialogue and much more. Research is taught in an easy to follow step by step plan for student and teacher. Each Book Study contains a summary, vocabulary skills, reading comprehension, and exciting activities. Size 10.9 x 8.5 x 0.4 inches, 200 pages

Additional Information

ISBN 9781880892459
Author Diane Welch, Susan S. Simpson
Age Group Grade 7
Book Type paperback

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