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  • Ms. J. Lemons

    jane.lemons@henry.k12.va.us

    (276) 632-7216

    Laurel Park Middle School

    7th Grade English

    B.S/M.Ed

    National Board Certified Teacher

Ms. Lemons
  • Class Schedule:

    8:30- 9:00     Reset

    9:04-9:43      Exploratory 1

    9:47-10:26    Exploratory 2

    10:30-11:50   Core 1

    11:55-1:45     Core 2

           11:55-1:45 Lunch (with Core 1)

    1:50- 3:16     Core 3

     

    SOL TESTED SUBJECT




  • SEVENTH GRADE ELA SYLLABUS

    J. Lemons

    Laurel Park Middle School 

    HOME OF THE LANCERS

    jane.lemons@henry.k12.va.us

    (276)632-7216

    Objectives:

    The seventh grade student will continue to develop oral communication skills and will become more knowledgeable of the effects of verbal and nonverbal behaviors in oral communication. In addition, they will read a wide variety of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry while becoming more independent and analytical. The student will refine written composition skills, with special attention to word choice, organization, style, and grammar. The student will continue vocabulary development through figurative language and of roots and affixes. Knowledge of the impact of media on public opinion will be introduced. The student will increase proficiency in the use of print and electronic information resources and will learn ways to give credit to reference sources. The student will also demonstrate correct use of language, spelling, and mechanics by applying grammatical conventions in writing and speaking. (HCPS)



    Supplies:

    Required:

    1 marble composition books

    1 three-ring binder with tabs OR folder to keep handouts

    Loose leaf paper

     

    Suggested:

    Colored pencils or crayons or markers

    Glue sticks

    School scissors 

     

    Expectations:

     

    • Be respectful  
    • Be prepared
    • Be kind
    • Behave

     

    Consequences:

     

    • Warning
    • Reflective Time
    • Parent Contact
    • Parent Conference
    • Office

     

    *Severe Clause: Immediately sent to office

     

    Rewards:

     

    • Earned time
    • Sweet Treats
    • Games
    • Reading time
    • Learning

     

     

    Grading Scale:

    A 90-100

    B 80-89

    C 70-79

    D 60-69

    F 0-59

     

    GRADE WEIGHTS: PROJECTS AND TESTS WILL COUNT TWICE. OTHER ASSIGNMENTS WILL COUNT ONCE.



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