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Bellringer 1: In my Writer’s Notebook, I can
write a well developed sentence using the word
Prepared as a verb, which illustrates how I will be
prepared for my writing class each day. Write Your
schedule in your agenda.
Topic: All About Me Activity
Hw: Complete All About Me Activity
BR 2a: In my writer’s notebook, I will write a well
developed sentence using respect as a noun,
which illustrates how I will show respect to all
individuals here at BGJHS.
Bellringer 2b: Begin working on “Your All
About Me” Activity with your elbow
partner(s).
Topic: All About Me Activity and
Bellringer 3: “2 Truths and a Lie Narrative
Writing” Activity-On Demand
Hw: 1. Complete All About Me Activity
2. Complete 2 Truths and Lie and
3. Get needed supplies for class
Bellringer 4: Write a Sentence using
integrity as a noun, which illustrates how
you will portray integrity here at the BGJHS.
Topic: Vocabulary-Word BustingDiscuss Learning Targets
Check Bellringers 1-4 Bellringers, which includes
Truths and a Lie Narrative Writing” Activity-On
Demand
Hw: 1. Word Busting Sheet
Bellringer 5: Pick up the Writing Process
Activity from the back table and read it.
Topic: Learning Targets
Check Bellringers: With Your Elbow Parter Check
1-4 Bellringers, which includes Truths and a Lie
Narrative Writing” Activity-On Demand
Hw: 1. Writing Process
Bellringer 6: Pick up Parts of Speech from
the back table tape, glue it in your
composition notebook and read it.
Topic: Learning Targets
Check Bellringers: With Your Elbow Partner, Write
a sentence using each part of speech and
continue to work on Writing Simile Activity
Hw: Writing Process
Bellringer 7:
In your composition notebook, write two
sentences one using dependable as an adjective and
effort as a noun, which portrays how you will
demonstrate them in class.
Topic: Learning Targets
Check Bellringers: With Your Elbow Partner, read
and discuss Where I’m From Poem. Continue to
work on Writing Simile Activity
Hw: Study for your vocabulary quiz and
complete word Busting sheet.
Bellringer 7:
In your composition notebook, write two
sentences one using dependable as an adjective and
effort as a noun, which portrays how you will
demonstrate them in class.
Topic: Learning Targets
Check Bellringers: With Your Elbow Partner, read
and discuss Where I’m From Poem. Continue to
work on Writing Simile Activity
Hw: Study for your vocabulary quiz and
complete word Busting sheet.
Bellringer 9 :
Pick up Wordbusting document and
write the words in the definition box. Write down all the
words, which are adjectives from the tagxedo in your in
your composition notebook.
Topic: Learning Targets: Review Adjectives
Discuss Where I’m From Poem, Create a Web and
Job Assignments
HW: Template for your own poem
Bellringer 10 :
Pick up Bellringer from backtable
(DO NOT WRITE ON IT!!!) Record your answers in your
composition notebook.
Topic: Learning Targets: Discuss Webbing with
Elbow Partner
Complete Template for your own poem
HW: Highlight at least 1example of Symbolism
(Words that represent , Imagery and Alliteration)
Imagery (pink), Alliteration (Blue) and Sybolism
(Yellow)_
Bellringer
Pick up Grade Cam Answer sheet from the
back table. Write your name at the very top right hand
corner that reads GradeCam Id (NUMBER TWO PENCIL
ONLY CAN BE USED TO RECORD YOUR ANSWERS).
Topic: Benchmark Testing
Record your answers on the bubble sheet using
only a # 2 Pencil. Use the entire class time to
demonstrate your knowledge on the test
HW: Complete Template for your own poem
HW: Highlight at least 1example of Symbolism
(Words that represent , Imagery and Alliteration)
Bellringer:
Take out your wordbusting and work on
completing it. You may also STUDY for your vocabulary
test tomorrow.
Topic: Learning Targets: Discuss Poem Template
with Elbow Partner, Peer Response Group Activity
HW: Study for your Vocabulary test
Bellringer:
Pick up a poem rubric from the back
table. Take out your wordbusting and have it ready for
homework check You may also STUDY for your
vocabulary test.
Topic: Learning Targets: Read the rubric and
Work on developing a second draft of your poem
HW: Work on missing assignments and complete
a second draft of your poem on your own paper.
Bellringer:
Pick up a word Busting Sheet and 3
sheets to make your foldable. Write your words from
board for Vocabulary 1.3 and make your foldable for your
vocabulary test on Friday
Topic: Learning Targets: Vocabulary Word
Busting, Get Your Verb on, Peer conferencing with
elbow partners for poem
HW: Final Draft of Poem is due Wednesday
Bellringer:
Work on your vocabulary 1.3 Word Busting
Topic: Learning Targets: Text Structure, Peer
conferencing with elbow partners for poem
HW: Final Draft of Poem is due tomorrow-Clean
Handwritten copy or typed
Bellringer:
Get your English folder organized!!!
Remove any work that is not associated with English.
Topic: Learning Targets: Analyze/Annotate Text
Structure Reading Passage
HW: Text Structure Mat
Bell Ringer:
Cut out your Text Structure Chart and
place it in your composition notebook. Review the text
structures.
Topic: Learning Targets: In groups (Text Structure
Activity), Analyze/Annotate Text Structure
Passage by using P.E.D.
HW: Text Structure Mat
Study for your Vocabulary Quiz
Bell Ringer:
Cut out your Text Structure Chart and
place it in your composition notebook. Review the text
structures.
Topic: Learning Targets: In groups (Text Structure
Activity), Analyze/Annotate Text Structure
Passage by using P.E.D.
HW: Text Structure Mat
Study for your Vocabulary Quiz
Bell Ringer 12:
Write the following sentence and
Underline the subject once and verb twice.
Dad is peeling sweet potatoes for dinner tonight.
Topic: Learning Targets: In groups, read an
informative piece and identify the text structure.
Make sure you use P.E.D.
Bell Ringer 13:
Write the following sentence and
Underline the subject once and verb twice.
Have you ever thought of taking part in a marathon?
Also, beneath this sentence, write Grade Check Quarter 1
Topic: Learning Targets: In groups, read an
informative piece and identify the text structure.
Make sure you use P.E.D.
Organizing to get better activity through grade
check
Bell Ringer 14:
Write the following sentence and
Underline the subject once and verb twice.
When I find all of my materials, I will hand all of your
papers back.
Topic: Learning Targets: In groups, complete the
Practice Text Structure activity.
Bell Ringer 15:
Write the following sentence and
Underline the subject once and verb twice.
At home, we usually prepare frugal but nourishing and
delicious meals.
Topic: Learning Targets: New Vocabulary Words
Complete Wordbusting
Complete the Practice Text Structure Activity
Text Structures For Practice Quiz Activity
Compare/Contrast
Chronological Order
Problem Solution
Cause/Effect
Sequence
1.
I can develop and strengthen writing as needed by
understanding the writing process. W7.5
2.
I can develop and strengthen my writing through planning
with support from peers and adults. W7.5
3.
I can use sensory language and relevant descriptive details
to capture action and convey experiences and events. W7.3d
4.
I can develop and strengthen my writing through revising
with support from peers and adults. W7.5
5.
I can develop and strengthen my writing through editing
with support from peers and adults. W7.5
6.
I can use context as a clue to the meaning of a word. L7.4
(sift, drift)
7.
I can use grade-level appropriate vocabulary. L 7.6
(glisten)
Bell Ringer 16:
Write the following sentence and
Underline the subject once and verb twice.
Vultures have excellent eyesight, and their sense of
smell is superb.
Topic: Learning Targets: New Vocabulary Words
In groups, identify Text structure and write PED
for each reading passage.
Bell Ringer 17:
Write the following sentence and
Underline the subject once and verb twice.
Muhammad’s sister is only one; she can’t talk yet.
Topic: Learning Targets: Benchmark Test
Scanning.
In groups, identify Text structure and write PED
for each reading passage.
Bell Ringer 18:
Write the following sentence and
Underline the subject once and verb twice.
When you have time, please come and show me how to
upload a video.
Topic: Learning Targets:
In groups, identify Text structure and write PED
for each reading passage.
HW: Study for your vocabulary test
Text Structure for 1-10
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Sequence
Compare and Contrast
Chronological
Cause and Effect
Problem and Solution
Bell Ringer:
Get out your wordbusting 2.1 and study
for your vocabulary test.
When you have time, please come and show me how to
upload a video.
Topic: Learning Targets:
Vocabulary Test 2.1
Text Structure Practice Two…if you don’t finish
this in class it is HOMEWORK!
Have a good weedend.
Bell Ringer 19:
Write the following sentence and
Underline the subject once and verb twice.
My mother is cooking dinner, and I am making dessert.
Also, identify if the sentence is compound, simple or
complex.
Topic: Learning Targets: Charting my Progress
Vocabulary Words 2.2.
Text Structure Practice 2
Bell Ringer 20:
Write the following sentences and
Underline the subject once and verb twice.
Also, identify if the sentence is compound, simple or
complex
1. The students are shouting because they won the
game.
2. Although I like black beans, I can’t stand green
beans.
. Topic: Learning Targets: Charting my Progress
Vocabulary Words 2.2.
Text Structure Practice 2
Bell Ringer 21:
Write the following sentences and
Underline the subject once and verb twice.
Also, identify if the sentence is compound, simple,
complex or compound-complex
1. Though Padma prefers mysteries, she tried the
historical novel, and she really enjoyed it.
. Topic: Learning Targets: Charting my Progress
Vocabulary Words 2.2.
Text Structure Practice 2
Bell Ringer 22: On a clean sheet of paperWrite the following sentences and Underline the MAIN
subject(s) once and verb(s) twice.
Also, identify if the sentence is compound, simple,
complex or compound-complex
1. Muhammad’s sister is only one; she can’t talk yet.
2. My aunt is coming to visit, but I hope she leaves soon
because I have a lot of homework.
3. Although I like black beans, I can’t stand green
beans.
4. Though Padma prefers mysteries, she tried the
historical novel, and she really enjoyed it.
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Bell Ringer 22: Is Your POP grammar quiz s
Topic: Learning Targets: Check Quiz
Review Vocabulary Words 2.2.
Text Structure Practice 2-Group
Activity
HW: Study for your vocabulary Quiz
Bell Ringer: Study for your vocabulary,
Learning Targets:
Topics: Vocabulary Quiz
Internet Safety Lesson
Text Structure Practice 2
(If time permits and only if your class has
not finished)
Bell Ringer 23: Write the following sentence
and underline the subject once and the verb
twice. Also, identify the sentence as a simple,
compound, complex, compound-complex.
Cooper enjoyed dinner at Audrey’s house,
agreeing to a large slice of cherry pie even though
he was full to the point of bursting.
Learning Targets:
Topics: Vocabulary Review Unit One
Compete Practice Two Text Structure
Bell Ringer 24:
Write the following sentence and
underline the subject once and the verb twice. Also, identify the
sentence as a simple, compound, complex, compound-complex.
Straightening his tie and smoothing his hair, William was relieved
that the appointment time for the interview had finally arrived.
Learning Targets:
Topics: 1. Analyze Study Habits Article
Circle words that indicate text structure(s), write study
habits on Reading Anticipation guide and analyze
according to guide
2. Complete Practice Two Text Structure Activity
3. Exit Slip: write two questions you still have after
Bell Ringer 24:
Write the following sentence and
underline the subject once and the verb twice. Also, identify the
sentence as a simple, compound, complex, compound-complex.
Straightening his tie and smoothing his hair, William was relieved
that the appointment time for the interview had finally arrived.
Learning Targets:
Topics: 1. Analyze Study Habits Article
Circle words that indicate text structure(s), write study
habits on Reading Anticipation guide and analyze
according to guide
2. Complete Practice Two Text Structure Activity
3. Exit Slip: write two questions you still have after
Bell Ringer 25:
Write the following sentence and
underline the subject once and the verb twice. Also, identify the
sentence as a simple, compound, complex, compound-complex.
Shouting with happiness, William celebrated his chance to
interview at SunTrust.
Learning Targets:
Topics: 1. Analyze Study Habits Article
Circle words that indicate text structure(s), write study
habits on Reading Anticipation guide and analyze
according to guide
2. Complete Practice Two Text Structure Activity
3. Exit Slip: write two questions you still have after
Bell Ringer 26: Write the following sentence and underline the
subject once and the verb twice. Also, identify the sentence as a
simple, compound, complex, compound-complex.
William had to stand in a line waiting for the bank to
open.
Learning Targets:
1. Unit Review One Vocabulary Work Time
2. Analyze Study Habits Article
Circle words that indicate text structure(s), write study habits on
Reading Anticipation guide and analyze according to guide
3. Exit Slip: write two questions you still have after reading this
article.
Bell Ringer: Study for your vocabulary.
Learning Targets:
1. Unit Review One Vocabulary Test
2. Analyze Study Habits Article
Circle words that indicate text structure(s), write study
habits on Reading Anticipation guide and analyze
according to guide
3. Exit Slip: write two questions you still have after
reading this article.
Bell Ringer: Get your leadership notebook and pick up
your data folder from the back table
Learning Targets:
1. Analyze Unit Review One Vocabulary Test
2. Chart Data
3. Analyze Study Habits Article
Circle words that indicate text structure(s), write study
habits on Reading Anticipation guide and analyze
according to guide
3. Exit Slip: write two questions you still have after
reading this article.
Bell Ringer: Study for your final
exam
Make sure you have a number two
pencil
Learning Targets:
1.Quarterly Final Exam
Bell Ringer 27: Identify the participle phrase and subject
verb in the following sentence:
The horse trotting up to the fence hopes that you have
an apple or carrot.
Learning Targets:
1. Unit Review One Vocabulary Test
2. Analyze Study Habits Article
Circle words that indicate text structure(s), write study
habits on Reading Anticipation guide and analyze
according to guide
3. Exit Slip/Homework: write ONE questions you still
have after reading this article in your composition
notebook!
Bell Ringer 28: Identify the participle phrase, subject
and verb in the following sentence:
Marcy is the only seventh-grader running this race.
Learning Targets:
1. Discuss Articles that
you Analyzed yesterday, which included the
following:
Circle words that indicate text structure(s), write study habits on
Reading Anticipation guide and analyze according to guide and
exit slip question
2. 3.8 Paragraph
Bell Ringer 29: Write the following definition of a thesis
statement:
following:
An informative piece of writing must begin with a thesis
statement or claim. In other words, the thesis must
reveal every topic to be covered in the essay.
Learning Target: I can create a thesis statement to
guide my writing
Design a graphic organizer to plan your 5 paragraph
Bell Ringer 29: Study for your vocabulary quiz
Learning Target: I can create a thesis statement to
guide my writing, write an introductory paragraph
Peer Conferencing
Remember to utilize your graphic organizer to plan your
5 paragraph
Bell Ringer 30: Combine the following two sentences.
Hartford is the capital of Connecticut.
It is the second largest city in the state.
Learning Target: I can create a thesis statement to
guide my writing, write an introductory and body
paragraphs.
Peer Conferencing
Remember to utilize your graphic organizer to plan your
5 paragraph
Bell Ringer 31: Combine the following three sentences.
Hartford was once known as an industrial center.
It was the home of several manufacturers.
They made firearms, typewriters, bicycles, and even
cars.
Learning Target: I can create a thesis statement to
guide my writing, write an introductory and body
paragraphs.
I can records of my writing on my student data sheets
Conferencing
Remember to utilize your graphic organizer to plan your
5 paragraph
Bell Ringer 31: Pick up data
sheets.
Learning Target: Check test
I can continue to develop my writing
piece through self, peer and
teacher I can records of my writing
on my student data sheets
Bell Ringer 32: In your composition
notebook label a page “Don’t Be a
Cheat in Writing!”
Learning Target:
Plagiarism/Paraphrasing Videos
I can continue to develop my writing
piece through self, peer and teacher nt
data sheets
Bell Ringer 32: Pick up data
sheets.
Learning Target: Check test
I can continue to develop my writing
piece through self, peer and
teacher I can records of my writing
on my student data sheets
Bell Ringer : Begin working on your
piece
Learning Target:
I can continue to develop my writing piece through self,
peer and teacher I can records of my writing on my
student data sheets
Make sure you have your self and peer reflections for
introductory paragraph, body paragraph 1 and body
paragraph 2
Bell Ringer : Begin working on your
piece
Learning Target:
I can continue to develop my writing piece through self,
peer and teacher I can records of my writing on my
student data sheets
Make sure you have your self and peer reflections for
introductory paragraph, body paragraph 1 and body
paragraph 2
Bell Ringer : Begin working on your
piece
Learning Target:
I can continue to develop my writing piece through self,
peer and teacher I can records of my writing on my
student data sheets
Students went to computer lab to
continue typing their pieces.
Learning Target:
Career Day and Movie
Students went to computer lab to
continue typing their pieces.
Bell Ringer : Copy down Sentence Check Chart
on your own paper
Learning Target:
I can continue to develop my writing piece through self,
peer and teacher I can records of my writing on my
student data sheets
Bell Ringer : Get out your writing piece, body 3
and conclusion reflection sheet
Learning Target:
I can reflect on my writing and
evaluate my peers writing utilizing the
scoring guide
Learning Target: Pick up Data
Sheets, Get out writing piece and
documentation packet
Learning Targets: I can create my
Works Cited Page
Continue working on my writing
piece.
Learning Target: Pick up Data
Sheets, Get out writing piece and
documentation packet
Learning Targets: I can create my
Works Cited Page
Continue working on my writing
piece.
Learning Target: Pick up Holistic
Scoring Guide and your On Demand
Writing piece
If you have highlighter please get
them out also
Learning Targets: Utilizing the Holistic
scoring guide, I can evaluate my writing
and a peer’s
Learning Target: Take out your
Holistic Scoring Guide and your On
Demand Writing piece
Learning Targets: Utilizing the Holistic
scoring guide, I can reflect on my
writing.
Activity-”No Passion for Pennies.”
Learning Target: Study for your quiz
and take out a clean sheet of paper,
write your name on it and number
from 1-14
Learning Targets: Demonstrate
knowledge on vocabulary Quiz 5
Types of Sentences Activity
Bellringer 33: Write a compound
sentence using aloof.
Learning Targets: Complete On
Demand Writing Prompt
Bellringer 34: Write a complex
sentence using instill.
Learning Targets:
Self and peer evaluation of your
On Demand Writing Prompt
Bellringer 35: Write a compoundcomplex sentence using forthright.
Learning Targets:
Self and peer evaluation of your
On Demand Writing Prompt
Bellringer 1: Review Sentence Type
Review
Learning Targets:
Write two examples of two different sentence types and share
them with a friend
Write a New Year’s Resolution.
Criteria: Write 2 sentences using two different sentence types
identifying your New Year’s Resolution
Color the Scroll
Cut it Out
Be Neat
Handwriting MUST Be LEGIBLE
Bellringer 2: Write the following
sentence and identify the sentence
type: The children laughed,
jumped, marched, and paraded
their new Christmas gifts for their
friends to see them.
Learning Targets:
Share New Years Resolutions
With partner read and evaluate Authors’ Argument, Claims, and
Evidence and answer questions
Bellringer 3: Write the following
sentence and identify the sentence
type: When he handed in his
homework, he forgot to give the
teacher the last page.
Learning Targets:
Continue…. With partner read and evaluate Authors’ Argument,
Claims, and Evidence and answer questions
Exchange partner groups and share answers, discuss why
answers are correct/incorrect
Bellringer 4: Write the following
sentence and identify the sentence
type: Alejandro played football, so
Maria went shopping .
Learning Targets:
Check... With partner read and evaluate Authors’ Argument,
Claims, and Evidence and answer questions
Exchange partner groups and share answers, discuss why
answers are correct/incorrect
Begin “Why I Lived With My Garbage for a Year”.
Bellringer 5: Write the following
sentence and identify the sentence
type: Juan and Maria went to the
movies after they finished studying.
Learning Targets: Vocabulary Words Unit 7
Check... With partner read and evaluate “We Should Be in a Rage”
Answer Questions….Debatable Claim, 4 pieces of evidence,
counterargument and rebuttal if present
Exchange partner groups and share answers, discuss why
answers are correct/incorrect
Begin “Why I Lived With My Garbage for a Year”.
Bellringer 6: Write the following
sentence and identify the sentence
type: The students are studying
because they have a test tomorrow.
Learning Targets: Vocabulary Unit 7, Individually write down all 14
words…
Check... With partner read and evaluate Write a sentence for
each vocabulary word ( Six of the sentences must be 2
compound, 2 complex and 2 compound complex). Circle the
number of the sentences and write what sentence type it follows.
Listen to the words used correctly in sentence, correct News
Year’s Resolution and pick up your Character T-shirt
Bellringer 6: Work on Vocabulary
and sentences.
Learning Targets: Celebrations Section of Data Notebook
Check... News Year’s Resolution and Character T-shirt
Check... With partner read and evaluate Authors’ Argument, Claims, and
Evidence and answer questions
Exchange partner groups and share answers, discuss why answers are
correct/incorrect
Begin “Why I Lived With My Garbage for a Year”.
Bellringer 7 : Write the following
sentences and identify the
sentence type: Alicia goes to the
library and studies every day.
The town where I grew up is in the
United States.
Learning Targets: Fill in information in Data Tracking information
Check... With partner read and evaluate “We Should Be in a Rage”
Answer Questions….Debatable Claim, 4 pieces of evidence, counterargument and
rebuttal if present. Exchange partner groups and share answers, discuss why answers
are correct/incorrect, Begin “Why I Lived With My Garbage for a Year”
Bellringer 8 : Get prepared for class
and complete “Going for Gold with
Leader in Me!” water bottle label
Learning Targets:
1. Vocabulary Sentences
2. Article Annotation
3. Complete the writing activity about how you have
grown as a writer
HW: Anything not completed is HOMEWORK
Study for your vocabulary quiz
Bellringer 9 : Get prepared for class
and begin incomplete work.
Learning Targets:
1. Vocabulary Sentences
2. Article Annotation
3. Complete the writing activity about how you have
grown as a writer
HW: Anything not completed is HOMEWORK
Study for your vocabulary quiz
Bellringer 10 : Write your
vocabulary terms on a blank sheet
of paper.
Learning Targets:
1. Vocabulary Quiz
2. King Video…I have a dream writing activity
3. Article Annotation Discussion
Bellringer: Pick up the document “The
Phrase” on the counter by teacher’s desk
and read it.
Learning Targets:
1. Identifying Various Phrase
2. Critique introductory Paragraph- highlight debatable
claim
3. Revise Introductory Paragraph
HW: Write Body Paragraph 1 and complete
Gerund/Infinitive Phrase worksheet
Grammar Links
Participles (Past and Present)
Gerunds
Subject Verb Agreement Exercise 5
Grammar Bytes
Dangling Modifiers
Bellringer: Take out the document “The
Phrase” and be prepared to answer what
role each answer plays-Infinitive/Gerund.
Learning Targets:
1. Identifying Various Phrase
2. Critique introductory Paragraph- highlight debatable
claim
3. Revise Introductory Paragraph
HW: Write Body Paragraph 1 and 2and complete
Gerund/Infinitive Phrase worksheet
Bellringer:
Pick up the document “Dangling/Misplaced
Modifiers” (Look at Grammar Cheat Sheet 3 for definitions)
Learning Targets:
1. Identifying Various Phrase
2. Critique introductory Paragraph- highlight debatable
claim
3. Revise Introductory Paragraph
HW: Revise Body Paragraph 1 and 2
Bellringer: Take out the document “The
Phrase” and be prepared to answer what
role each answer plays-Infinitive/Gerund.
Learning Targets:
1. Identifying Various Phrase
2. Critique introductory Paragraph- highlight debatable
claim
3. Revise Introductory Paragraph
HW: Write Body Paragraph 1 and 2and complete
Gerund/Infinitive Phrase worksheet
Bellringer: “Avoid Dangling
Modifiers”
Learning Targets:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Dangling Modifiers
Where I Am in My Writing Critique Sheet
Elbow Partner Critique
HW: Revise Your Piece
Bellringer:
Take out Your Try It
Dangling/Misplaced Modifiers Sheet and
Complete Page 160 Editing A Paragraph
Learning Targets:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Dangling Modifiers/Misplace Modifiers
Where I Am in My Writing Critique Sheet
Elbow Partner Critique
HW: Revise Your Piece
Bellringer:
Take out Your Try It
Dangling/Misplaced Modifiers Sheet and
Complete Page 204 Language and Edit Practice
Learning Targets:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Dangling Modifiers/Misplace Modifiers
Where I Am in My Writing Critique Sheet
Elbow Partner Critique
HW: Revise Your Piece
Bellringer 13:
Write a corrected version of the
sentence with the misplaced modifier in your
composition notebook.
Juan and Carlos only saw each other during holidays.
Learning Targets:
1. Dangling Modifiers/Misplace Modifiers
2. Where I Am in My Writing Critique Sheet
3. Elbow Partner Critique
4. HW: Revise Your Piece and study for
your vocabulary test
Bellringer 14:
Get out a clean sheet of paper
and number from 1-15 and make a word bank at the top
or bottom of your paper
(make sure you put your name on your paper). Study for
your vocabulary test
Learning Targets:
1. Vocabulary Story Sharing
2. Vocabulary Quiz Unit 8
3. Elbow Partner Critique
4. HW: Revise Your Piece
Bellringer 15:
Write the following sentences
correctly to make sure there is not a misplaced or
dangling modifier.
1. Just Adam was picked for the team.
2. Amber was just chosen for the one number in the
show.
Learning Targets:
1. Vocabulary Story Sharing
2. Elbow Partner Critique
3. HW: Revise Your Piece
Bellringer 16:
Write the following sentences
correctly to make sure there is not a misplaced or
dangling modifier.
Emma Sue was delighted when Mr. Nguyen returned
her perfect calculus test with an ear-to-ear grin.
Learning Targets:
2. Elbow Partner Critique
3. HW: Revise Your Piece
Bellringer 17:
Write the following sentences
correctly in your composition notebook. Identify the one
that is written correctly and fixed the ones that are not.
1. While listening to the radio, one should always make
sure that the volume is not too loud.
2. While watching a movie, people who talk loudly are
really annoying.
3. Having learned Spanish in just three months, the
stay in Mexico was a success.
Bellringer 18:
Write the following sentences
correctly to make sure there is not a misplaced or
dangling modifier.
Learning Targets:
1. CCC: Write arguments to support claims in an
analysis of substantial topics or texts, using valid
reasoning and relevant and sufficient evidence. W.
7.1.
2. I can develop and strengthen writing as needed by
self-reflection, peer and adult support. W.7.5
2. Elbow Partner Critique and Questioning
Bellringer 19:
Write the following definition of a
participial: A verbal that functions as an adjective.
Write this sentence and underline the participle: The
whispering breezes scattered dust across the
abandoned fields.
Learning Targets:
1. Complete and Share Selma Stories
2. Check Vocabulary Test
Bellringer 20:
Write the following definition of a
participial: A verbal that functions as an adjective.
Write this sentence and underline the participle: The
horse trotting up to the fence hopes that you have an
apple or carrots.
Learning Targets:
1. Complete and Share Selma Stories
2. Check Vocabulary Test
Bellringer 21:
Write the following definition of a
from the website of participial:
Learning Targets:
1. ODW Cheating Response Critique
2. Narrative Reading/Writing
Bellringer 22:
In your composition notebook,
write the following alphabets letters a-d in cursive (Write
both the capital and small letters)
Write this sentence in cursive: The horse trotting up to
the fence hopes that you have an apple or carrots.
Learning Targets:
1. Critique On Demand Writing
2. Areas of Growth for On Demand
3. Narrative Writing
Bellringer 22:
In your composition notebook,
write the following alphabets letters e-h in cursive (Write
both the capital and small letters)
Write this sentence in cursive: The whispering breezes
scattered dust across the abandoned fields.
Learning Targets:
1. Critique On Demand Writing
2. Areas of Growth for On Demand
3. Narrative Writing
Bellringer 23:
In your composition notebook,
write the following alphabets letters i-m in cursive (Write
both the capital and small letters)
Write this sentence in cursive: The water drained slowly
in the pipe clogged with dog hair.
Learning Targets:
1. Critique On Demand Writing
2. Areas of Growth for On Demand
3. Narrative Writing-Seeing with a Narrator’s Eyes
Bellringer 24:
In your composition notebook,
write the following alphabets letters n-s in cursive (Write
both the capital and small letters)
Learning Targets:
1. Read Passage
2. On your paper, write the point of view the passage is
told from
3. Narrative
Bellringer 24:
In your composition notebook,
write the following alphabets letters t-z in cursive (Write
both the capital and small letters)
Learning Targets:
1. Point of View Review
2. Seeing With a Narrator’s Eyes
3. 1st period only-document writing data
Bellringer 27: In your composition notebook, answer this question in
cursive: A narrative can be told from different point of views. What are they?
Begin your sentence with , “ A narrative can be told from the following point of views:
_________, __________, _____________...”
Learning Targets:
1. Point of View Review
2. Seeing With a Narrator’s Eyes with Elbow Partner
3. 1st period only-document writing data
a. Self-score your second on demand writing piece, which also includes Areas
of Growth in Writing (Composition Notebook)
b. Elbow score with Holistic scoring guide (Second Piece)
b. At the same time, everyone, excluding helpers, will take the the Point of
View Quiz (Write Your answers on your own paper)
b. When you hear your name called, raise your hand-helpers will come collect
writing piece and holistic scoring guide, composition –OPENED TO AREAS OF
GROWTH FOR ON DEMAND
Bellringer 28: In your composition notebook,
answer this question in cursive: A narrative can be told
from different point of views. What are they?
Begin your sentence with , “ A narrative can be told from
the following point of views: _________, __________,
_____________...”
Learning Targets:
1. Point of View Review
2. Seeing With a Narrator’s Eyes with Elbow Partner
3. 1st period only-document writing data
Bellringer 31: In your composition notebook,
write the following sentence in cursive: The
narrative technique, snapshot, creates a picture
in the reader’s mind.
Learning Targets:
1. Vocabulary Words-Define and write a vocabulary story
2. Narrative Technique
3. Seeing With a Narrator’s Eyes with Elbow Partner
4. 1st period only-document writing data
Bellringer 32: In your composition notebook, write the
following sentences in cursive and identify which one is an
example of a gerund and infinitive:
Sam enjoys playing tennis.
I hope to learn gerunds.
Learning Targets:
1. Vocabulary Words-Define and write a vocabulary story
2. Read “The Day I Followed”
3. Complete Character-Anaylsis
4. 1st period only-document writing data
Bellringer 33: In your composition notebook, write the
following sentences in cursive:
Words that are formed from verbs but don’t act
like verbs are called verbals. Gerunds,
participles and infinitives are examples of
verbals.
Learning Targets:
1. Vocabulary Words-Define and write a vocabulary story
2. Think Pair Share
3. Narrative Writing
4. 1st and 6th period only-document writing data
Bellringer 36: Main Idea Quiz Quiz (1-10)
Take out a clean sheet of paper and number from 1-10
Write your name on it and get ready to take your quiz
Learning Targets:
1. Analyze Data
2. Read Oranges
3. On a clean sheet of paper, answer the questions about the
poem
4. Work on your Narrative Piece
Bellringer 37: Write definition of a noun clause in your
composition notebook-A noun clause is a dependent clause that
functions as a noun.
REMEMBER:
1. A noun is a part of speech.
2. Subjects and objects are parts of a sentence.
3. Nouns function as subjects or objects.
4. Therefore: Nouns = subjects, predicate nominative, direct object, indirect object, object of preposition
Learning Targets:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Check Main Idea Quiz
Analyze Data
Work on Narrative
Revising Checklists (DO NOT WRITE ON)
Bellringer 38: Study for your grammar quiz
Learning Targets:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Check Grammar Quiz
Analyze Data
Work on Narrative
Revising Checklists
Bellringer 39: Review Adjectives
Learning Targets:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Check Grammar Quiz
Analyze Data
Work on Narrative
Revising Checklists
Discussion Questions:
1. What did you hear that made
you move?
2. What did you wish you could
hear from other groups?
3. What makes a compelling
Ask one question about the writer’s text that would
help them improve their writing. Also, write your
question on the following lines.
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help them improve their writing. Also, write your
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