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Learning Support...Intervention 5th Period (Hunter)

Instructor
Mrs. Janet Hunter
Department
Intervention

Course Description

 Please see period 4 for a description of this class. Thank you.

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7th grade week of March 20th

Comprehension:
Use annotations to show a writer's implied question, answer, and explanation related to a topic.
Understand a writer's connections between art and science and offer specific examples and evidence.
Identify specific language a writer uses to build toward a mani idea
 

7th Grade Intervention-Week of March 6-10th

Goals:
Comprehension: Understand the inclusion of procedural sections within an expository nonfiction text
Connect books in a nonfiction series
Connect the sound of an instrument to the types of films that use it for music
Understand the significance  of a topic
Understand and critique the writers' use of a quote to support the significance of a topic
Fluency: Read orally with integration of all dimensions of fluency
 

7th grade week of 2/27- Intervention

Goals:
Comprehension
Differentiate between fact and theory in an informational text
Connect two similar topics from two informational texts
Infer the significance of a topic of an informational text
Synthesize information from an informational text
Recognize and understand words with Greek roots.
Fluency:
Read orally with appropriate pausing as guided by punctuation
Write an opinion with rationales.
 

7th Grade-learning support 5th period-Feb 20-24th

Goals:"Delectable Insects" and "Hallie's Song"
Comprehension:
Infer a writer's purpose.
Analyze the information a writer provides to help readers infer people's motives.
Analyze and summarize the arguments in a nonfiction text.
Identify the types of arguments a nonfiction writer uses.
Recognize characteristics of the realistic fiction genre.
Recognize first-person narrative and infer a character's feelings.
Recognize the problem in a realistic fiction text.
Word Study/Vocabulary:
Use morphology and word parts to define a word.
Notice a writer's definition of a word within a paragraph.
Recognize unique vowel sounds in multisyable words.
Fluency:
Read orally with appropriate intonation to reflect the mood and meaning of the text.
 

7th Grade-5th period intervention-week of Feb. 13

Novels-"Diving Deep into the Earth", "Goldilocks III"
Goals;
Comprehension:
Notice the turning point in a plot in a science fiction story.
Notice how a writer reveals the problem in a story.
Search for information in graphics.
Understand a nonfiction writer's use of comparison.
Infer the motives of individuals attempting a dangerous task.
Make comparisons between two forms of exploration.
Fluency:
Read orally with appropriate phrasing.
Writing about reading:
Write a character sketch that shows the strong and weak attributes of a character.
Teacher is reading "Compound" to students-auditory skills
Students will be tested weekly for fluency.
 
 

Look at the night sky Feb. 10th

An Eclipse, Comet and Full Moon will appear in the night sky on Friday night at 6:43.  Don't miss it! Hasn't happened in over 100 years.

Learning Support-7th grade week of Feb. 6

Goals
Comprehension:
Infer the feelings and beliefs of a main character, and how and why they change.
Recognize the role of important supporting supporting characters in a fiction text.
Notice what a fiction author does to help readers understand a character.
Infer an author's message in a realistic fiction book
Fluency:
Read orally with integration of all dimensions of fluency.
Determine the important information in a passage or in more than one passage.
Apply think to multiple-choice items related to paired passages from familiar texts.

7th Grade Intervention 5th period Week ofJanuary 30th

Goals-Novel "Pacific Crossing"
Comprehension-
Infer the feelings and beliefs of a main character, and how and why they change
Recognize the role of important supporting characters in a fiction text
Notice what a fiction author does to help readers understand a character
Infer an author's message in a realistic fiction book
Vocabulary-
Use morphology and word parts and word history to understand the meaning of a word and connect it to other words
Fluency-
Read orally with integration of all dimensions of fluency
Writing about reading-
Discuss a supporting character and his role in a story, with the goal of writing an analysis
Write a letter that analyzes a supporting character and presents a point of view toward that character.
 

7th Grade Intervention-January 23-27

Continue to read the Novel "Pacific Crossing"
Goals:
Comprehension-
Notice what an author does to create tension and moon in a fiction text
Notice how a fiction author reveals aspects of culture and family beliefs
Infer the reasons for a character's behavior
Understand the role of supporting characters in a realistic fiction text
Think critically about the events in a fiction story
 
Vocabulary-
Notice and understand the figurative meaning of a word
Fluency-
Read orally with integration of all dimensions of fluency

7th Grade-Intervention-January 16th

Goals
Comprehension
Notice how an author uses descriptive language to show a character's sudden change of feeling.
Notice behaviors that indicate the sharing of cultures.
Notice a character's learning.
Engage actively in a discussion of a text with others.
Vocabulary
Use reference told to determine the meaning of a word.
Use context clues to select the appropriate dictionary definition of a word.
Fluency
Read aloud with appropriate word stress.
Novel:Pacific Crossing-Gary Soto 

Week of January 9-7th grade intervention

Notice the juxtaposition of events that influenced changes in human culture over time.
Summarize the larger idea of an informational text
Understand the setting of a realistic fiction text
Begin to understand the role of culture and language in the plot of a fiction text
Engage actively with others in a discussion of a novel
Identify appropriate phrase units for reading a nonfiction text aloud
Read aloud with appropriate phrasing
Understand the meaning of connective words and how they function in a sentence structure.

Learning Support: Intervention 7th grade:January 3-6

Goals: Comprehension-1. Notice the juxtaposition of events that influenced changes in human culture over time
2. Summarize the larger idea of an informational text
3. Understand the setting of a realistic fiction text
4. Begin to understand the role of culture and language in the plot of a fiction text
5. Engage actively with others in a discussion of a novel.
Vocabulary- Understand the meaning of connective words and how they function in a sentence structure.
Fluency-1. Identify appropriate phrase units for reading a nonfiction text aloud
2. Read aloud with appropriate phrasing
Novel- Maximum Ride
Moby Max Reading assessments
 

7th grade learning support December 5th

Notice how a realistic fiction writer shows change in characters and their relationships
Understand two sides of an argument
Search for and use information from graphics to understand two sides of an argument
Critique arguments and take a stance on a topic

Learning Support: Intervention 7th grade- November 21-22

Notice the turning point in a realistic fiction text.
Search for and use information in graphics.
Understand the concept of a theory.
Understand the relationship among events in chronological order.
Use word history to extend understanding of a word.
Recognize multi syllable words with r-influenced vowels.
Read orally with appropriate rate and intonation.
Notice and critique a writer's lead in a nonfiction text.
Search for and use information in graphics.
Notice cause/effect in a nonfiction text.
Read orally with integration of all dimensions of fluency.
Write an argument supporting a point of view toward the topic of the text.
"Charging Foul" "Mystery in the Desert;The Nazca Lines"
"The Mystery of the Vasa"