Sunday, April 10, 2016

A Standards Review Unit

Name:

My Plan for Reviewing the Standards

By the end of 7th grade you should have mastered the following things:

Standard
Official language
Student Language
ELA 1:
Determine/analyze development of central ideas/themes in a text.
Decide or figure out and add your own thoughts as evidence about the main ideas of the text and the theme.
ELA 2:
Analyze how story elements interact.
Interpret/analyze and put in your own words how things such as conflict, theme, tough questions, and other things affect the story.
ELA 3:
Write informative texts to convey ideas; select, organize, and analyze content; summarize.
Write informational text to show your ideas/thoughts, select, organize and interpret (put into your words) the information.  Summarize.
ELA 4:
Write narratives to share real events, using vivid detail and ordered sequence.
Write stories to share real events, using powerful details and an order of events that makes sense.
ELA 5:
Draw evidence from texts to support written analysis.
Pull out text evidence that supports the thoughts/topic you are writing about.

So for the next 8 days, you will be choosing how you want to review these standards.  That means that you create or select options for reviewing them.  Under each standard you will find several option to select from to help you review.  Think about where your biggest needs are and what you would like to do.






Pick one choice for each standard, every day you will hand in what you have worked on.

Standard 1: Determine/analyze development of central ideas/themes in a text.
Standard 2: Analyze how story elements interact.
Standard 3:
Write informative texts to convey ideas; select, organize, and analyze content; summarize.
Standard 4:
Write narratives to share events, using vivid detail and ordered sequence.
Standard 5: Draw evidence from texts to support written analysis. (will be assessed along with your standard 1 and 2 choices).
Choice 1
Create your own task - must be approved by Mrs. Ripp
Create your own task - must be approved by Mrs. Ripp
Create your own task - must be approved by Mrs. Ripp
Create your own task - must be approved by Mrs. Ripp
Create your own task - must be approved by Mrs. Ripp
Choice 2
Work in small group with a teacher.
Work in small group with a teacher.
Work in small group with a teacher.
Work in small group with a teacher.
Work in small group with a teacher.
Choice 3
Using picture books, write a MEL-Con to analyze the theme and how that theme is developed throughout the story.  2 paragraphs at least either typed or handwritten.
Create a video discussing the story elements of your independent reading book.  Story elements include: characters, setting, plot, conflict, and resolution.  To see more get the handout from Mrs. Ripp.
Create a 10 slide presentation on a topic either studied in geography or science.  
Write your best draft of a short story.
Using picture books, write a MEL-Con to analyze the theme and how that theme is developed throughout the story.  2 paragraphs at least either typed or handwritten.
Choice 4
Using self selected poetry, write a MEL-Con to analyze the theme and how that theme is developed throughout the story.  2 paragraphs at least either typed or handwritten.
Write a short essay discussing the story elements of your independent reading book.  Story elements include: characters, setting, plot, conflict, and resolution.  To see more get the handout from Mrs. Ripp.
Pick a news topic and create a current even write up.

Using self selected poetry, write a MEL-Con to analyze the theme and how that theme is developed throughout the story.  2 paragraphs at least either typed or handwritten.
Choice 5
Using your independent reading book, write a MEL-Con to analyze the theme and how that theme is developed throughout the story.  2 paragraphs at least either typed or handwritten.
Write a detailed discussion of how the conflict and resolution is developed throughout your independent reading book.
Pick a topic studied in geography or science and create an infographic with sources.

Using your independent reading book, write a MEL-Con to analyze the theme and how that theme is developed throughout the story.  2 paragraphs at least either typed or handwritten.


To see the official Google Doc for this, go here 

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