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State Standards
THE BIG 5
Phonics
Phonemic Awareness
Vocabulary
Fluency
Comprehension
Colorful parts of speech

Aditional Power Points:
Literary Elements

Literary Elements: part2
Elements of a  Short Story
Figurative Language
Poetry Terminology
Elements of Literature
Context Clues
Literature Circles
Main Idea Critical Reading

Characterization
Setting
Plot
Conflict
Point of View
Theme
Cause and Effect
Compare and Contrast
Sequence
Timeline
Inference
Prediction
Tone
Mood


Editing Handbook

identifying Subjects and Verbs
Sentence Combining
Sentence Variety
Fragments
Run-Ons
Faulty Parallel Structure
Mistakes with Modifiers
Subject- Verb Agreement
Verb Tenses
Problems with Verbs
Nouns, Determiners, and Prepositions
Pronouns
Adjectives and Adverbs
Exact Language
Spelling and Commonly Confused Words
Commas
Apostrophes
Quotation Marks, Capitalization and Titles
Numbers and Additional Punctuation
Language Arts Files:
Seventh Grade summer book list
Mid Month Book Summary
Differentiated Lessons
Rewards Program
Setting
Character Sketch
First Person
Characterization
Setting
Plot
Conflict
Point of View
Theme
Cause and Effect
Compare and Contrast
Sequence
Timeline
Inference
Prediction
Tone
Mood


Reading Topics
Context Clues: ex.1, ex. 2
Topic/Maiin Idea
Supporting Detials
Location of Main Ideas
RelationshipsI
Relationships II
Inferences
Implied Main Idea
Basics of an Argument


Writing Topics
A. Exploring 
1. Prewriting
B. Developing the Main Idea
1. Thesis
2. Topic Sentence: ex.1, ex. 2, ex.3
3. Main Idea
4. Supporting Detail
C. Developing the Essay Plan
D. Developing the First Draft
E. Revision and Editing
Types of Writing
Illustration
Narration
Description
Proces
Definition
Classification
Comparision and Contrast
Cause and Effect
Argument
Paraphrasing/summarizing
The Research Essay
Resume and Letter Application
Responding to Film/Literature
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