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Alex M. Martino
Junior High School
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Mrs. Lullo
7th Grade Language Arts - Martino Jr. High
clullo@nlsd122.org

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Weekly Calendar

Color coding key:  Black = daily agenda in class    Blue = homework    Red = quiz/test 

March 16

March 17

March 18

March 19

March 20

“Monsters…”

*discuss Act I comp questions

*complete Act II comp questions

*cite text evidence worksheet

*analyze literary terms

e-learning day

e-learning day

e-learning day

e-learning day

 

March 9

March 10

March 11

March 12

March 13

Diagramming: review 22-24

Start “Monsters are Due on Maple Street”

*discuss time period/background

HW: Accelerated– book project due Thursday

 

Diagramming test

“Monsters…”

*discuss new vocab

*complete vocab ws

*discuss essential question & journal prompt

HW: finish vocab worksheet

“Monsters…”

*assign parts

*start reading Act I

*complete character worksheet & Notice & Note while reading

HW: Accelerated – book project due tomorrow

 

Accelerated – book project due

“Monsters…”

*review mood & tone & complete worksheet

*start reading Act II

*complete character worksheet & Notice & Note while reading

 

“Monsters…”

*finish reading Act II

*complete mood & tone worksheet

*review conflict & complete worksheet

 

March 2

March 3

March 4

March 5

March 6

Argumentative essay:

*Discuss notes on counterclaim

*write 2nd paragraph

HW: finish writing rough draft

LRC:

*type rough draft *complete self-edit

HW: finish typing essay & complete self-edit

LRC:

*peer-edit

*make final corrections to rough draft

*print final draft

Essay is due at the end of class! (this includes the rough & final drafts)

 

Diagramming:

Lessons 23 & 24

Review 22-24

 

Connect to sci-fi unit – Twilight Zone: “Where is Everybody?”

*answer discussion questions

 

Feb. 24

Feb. 25

Feb. 26

Feb. 27

Feb. 28

*Collect independent story packet

Independent story test

Review for unit test

Part 1: Wednesday

Part 2: Thursday

myPerspectives diagnostic test

HW: study for Unit 2 test Part 1

Unit 2 test Part 1

HW: study for Unit 2 test Part 2

 

Unit 2 test Part 2

Start argumentative essay: brainstorm

HW: finish brainstorm

 

 

Argumentative essay:

Discuss notes: format & overall details

Explain paragraph 1 & show example

Write 1st paragraph

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

  


 

 

  

 

 

General Class Information

Daily Supplies:

*Assignment notebook

*Headphones

*Independent reading book/novel

*3-ring binder with tab dividers, loose leaf paper, and notes

*Textbooks or novels depending on material being covered

*Bell ringer activity

*Blue or black pen only for assignments (NO other colors!)

*Red pen for grading

*Sticky notes

*Highlighter 


Tips for success:

*Complete assignments the night they are assigned, especially for Language Arts because I 

will see you EVERY day, unlike most other classes.

 

*It is the student’s responsibility to collect absent work when you return to school. This 

may be done during advisory, before school, or by checking class webpage. You have 1 day 

for each day absent to complete the work, this includes tests and quizzes. There is no 

extension on projects that were previously assigned. They are due the day you return from 

being absent.


*Check Power School and class webpage often. Every week it will be updated with class 

assignments. Grades will also be updated once a week. All teachers are required to update 

grades weekly, but not on a certain day. Typically, grades will be updated after several 

assignments have been graded. In addition, when possible I will attach notes and/or 

assignments to webpage for your convenience at home. I do realize that sometimes papers 

are forgotten at school so whenever possible you can print them from webpage; however, 

do not rely on this! Sometimes the assignments and/or notes are too large to attach and 

that is NOT an excuse for your assignment to be late! Additional copies of assignments can 

always be found in the classroom in the extra copy bin.


*Use your time wisely, during class and advisory. If you have any time available, use it to 

 complete assignments, read, etc. Social talking is not suggested during this time.

Resources

Helpful Links


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