Mrs. Austin-Heredia

    Grade 7 Inclusion

    Week of November 5, 2018




    Social Studies

    The 13 Colonies

    This Week: Colonial History Culminating Activities


    United States History Textbook, PDFs (newer version of our book)


    United States History Textbook Resources (our book) on the Useful Links page


    Topic 1: Slope Test Wednesday

    Review Notes and Examples Daily!

    See Supplemental Notes on Class Handouts Page

    Use ixl.com log in to access ONLINE PRACTICE 

    See starred items and "Recommendations"


    Coming Soon! Students use ConnectEdonline log in to access ONLINE PRACTICE (Class: Heredia) assignments and textbook online.


     Language Arts


    New independent reading selection



    Reading Responses 


    Genre--TEST TUESDAY 


      Vocabulary: NO Vocab THIS WEEK

    Unit 2, Part 2 (vocabulary and spelling) and "Write It!" NEXT WEEK

    Work due on Friday, 11/16; Vocabulary test on Friday!

    Flashcards due Tuesday


    Spell WW vocabulary words


    Visit your Learning Ally bookshelf today!

    Use last year's sign in, or see Mrs. Heredia



    Try starred items in Grade 7 Language Arts


    Interactions among Human Body Systems 

     Sensory Messages to and from the Brain 

    See  Mrs. Olsen's Google Classroom for assignment details (Open book, open note Posttest, etc.)


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  • Please Note: Homework posted on the Homework Calendar page generally reflects homework assigned in the regular education classrooms unless otherwise noted.  IEP modifications/adaptations are implemented though not posted, as they are unique to each student.



    Language Arts

    • Weekly vocabulary 
    • Editing and grammar practice
    • Guided and independent reading
    • Writing (sentences, paragraphs, stories, etc.)
    • Activities



    • Homework Monday through Thursday (generally workbook pages)
    • Classwork
    • Quizzes and tests
    • Activities


    • Homework 
    • Classwork, including Stations: Tech It, Read It, Draw It, Match It
    • Quizzes, tests
    • Labs/In class projects


  • How can you help your student?

    • Encourage reading in a variety of print formats (novels, magazines, how to books, instructions, recipes, appropriate internet articles, etc.)
    • Allow a few minutes a few times per week for practicing basic math facts (multiplication/division, addition/subtraction).
    • Model math and reading skills, i.e., talk aloud as you work through figuring discounts at the store or discussing something you've read.
    • Encourage visits to my Useful Links page where they will find both practical, yet entertaining ways of getting the practice they need.
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