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Seventh grade language arts is organized into two large sections:

  1. Language Arts - 122 Activities
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7th Grade Language Arts Lesson Plans
Total Activities: 122

non-scored activity Non-Scored scored activity Scored worksheet Worksheet answer key Answer Key quiz Quiz
Chapter 1: "Vocabulary Skills"
Lesson Activity Name
Type
LA# Worksheet Odyssey
Writer
Synonyms: The student will demonstrate knowledge by determining the meaning of synonyms from grade level appropriate vocabulary, by correctly choosing a given word or phrase that means the same thing, in reading activities that incorporate explicit instruction and application. Synonyms: Interactive Guided Instruction nonscored R7002
Synonyms: Quiz 1 scored R7003
Synonyms: Let Me Practice nonscored R7004
Synonyms: Quiz 2 scored R7005
Antonyms: The student will demonstrate knowledge by determining the meaning of antonyms from grade level appropriate vocabulary, by correctly choosing a given word or phrase that means the opposite, in reading activities that incorporate explicit instruction and application. Antonyms: Interactive Guided Instruction nonscored R7007
Antonyms: Quiz 1 scored R7008
Antonyms: Let Me Practice nonscored R7009
Antonyms: Quiz 2 scored R7010
Prefixes: The student will be able to analyze and determine the correct meaning of a word, based on the prefix of the root word or how the prefix is used in the context of a passage. Prefixes: Interactive Guided Instruction nonscored R7012
Prefixes: Quiz 1 scored R7013
Prefixes: Let Me Practice nonscored R7014
Prefixes: Quiz 2 scored R7015
Suffixes: The student will be able to analyze and determine the correct meaning of a word, based on the suffix of the root word or how the suffix is used in the context of a passage. Suffixes: Interactive Guided Instruction nonscored R7017
Suffixes: Quiz 1 scored R7018
Suffixes: Let Me Practice nonscored R7019
Suffixes: Quiz 2 scored R7020
Homophones: The student will be able to identify and select the appropriate homophone or word that sounds the same, based on the context of a passage which fits the best meaning of the given word or phrase. Homophones: Interactive Guided Instruction nonscored R7022
Homophones: Quiz 1 scored R7023
Homophones: Let Me Practice nonscored R7024
Homophones: Quiz 2 scored R7025
Idioms: The student will be able to identify and analyze the author's use of idioms, based on the context of a passage and how these expressions are used in literal and interpretative information. Idioms: Interactive Guided Instruction nonscored R7027
Idioms: Quiz 1 scored R7028
Idioms: Let Me Practice nonscored R7029
Idioms: Quiz 2 scored R7030
Latin and Greek Roots: The student will be able to identify and determine the meaning of unknown words, based on the understanding of Latin and Greek roots. Greek and Latin Root Words: Interactive Guided Instruction nonscored R7032
Greek and Latin Root Words: Quiz 1 scored R7033
Greek and Latin Root Words: Let Me Practice nonscored R7034
Greek and Latin Root Words: Quiz 2 scored R7035


Chapter 2: "Process Skills: Think Alouds"
Lesson Activity Name
Type
LA# Worksheet Odyssey
Writer
Think Aloud Level 1: Use the reading comprehension process skills of summarizing, predicting, visualizing, questioning, and clarifying with extensive scaffolding and support, through think aloud prompts. Think Aloud: Level 1 - Part 1 (fiction) nonscored R7107
Think Aloud: Level 1 - Part 2 (informational article) nonscored R7108
Think Aloud: Level 1 - Part 3 (literary text) nonscored R7109
Think Aloud - Level 1 - Part 4 (poetry) nonscored R7110
Think Aloud Level 2: Use the reading comprehension process skills of summarizing, predicting, visualizing, questioning, and clarifying with scaffolding and support, through think aloud prompts. Think Aloud - Level 2 - Part 1 (nonfiction) nonscored R7111
Think Aloud - Level 2 - Part 2 (fiction) nonscored R7112
Think Aloud - Level 2 - Part 2 (fiction) nonscored R7113
Think Aloud Level 3: Use the reading comprehension process skills of summarizing, predicting, visualizing, questioning, and clarifying to independently read and comprehend texts with minimal think aloud support. Think Aloud - Level 3 - Part 1 (nonfiction) nonscored R7114
Think Aloud - Level 3 - Part 2 (fiction) nonscored R7115


Chapter 3: "Comprehension"
Lesson Activity Name
Type
LA# Worksheet Odyssey
Writer
Summarizing: Develop summaries, paraphrase, or synthesize information from two or more literary or expository texts. Summarizing: Interactive Guided Instruction nonscored R7041
Summarizing: Quiz 1 nonscored R7042
Summarizing: Quiz 2 scored R7043
Plot: Analyze and explain the impact of characters and settings within the plot of literary text(s), the exposition, and how relationships effect the central conflict which leads to the climax and resolution. Plot: Interactive Guided Instruction nonscored R7104
Plot: Quiz 1 scored R7105
Plot: Quiz 2 scored R7106
Plot, Character and Setting: Identify the ways major and minor conflicts affect character's actions by comparing and contrasting actions, setting(s), symbolism, and plot from various literary texts. Plot, Character and Setting: Interactive Guided Instruction nonscored R7098
Plot, Character and Setting: Quiz 1 scored R7099
Plot, Character and Setting: Quiz 2 scored R7100
Main Idea & Supporting Details - Non-Fiction: Identify, summarize, or explain the main idea(s) using the supporting details in an expository text. Main Idea/Supporting Details-Non-Fiction: Interactive Guided Instruction nonscored R7045
Main Idea/Supporting Details-Non-Fiction: Quiz 1 scored R7046
Main Idea/Supporting Details-Non-Fiction: Quiz 2 scored R7047
Main Idea and Theme - Fiction: Identify, summarize, or explain the main idea(s) or theme(s) using the supporting details and symbolism in a literary text. Theme & Main Idea-Fiction: Interactive Guided Instruction nonscored R7049
Theme & Main Idea-Fiction: Quiz 1 scored R7050
Theme & Main Idea-Fiction: Quiz 2 scored R7051
Charts and Graphs: Read, interpret and make predictions using charts, graphs, diagrams, maps or other graphic representations. Interpreting Charts & Graphs: Interactive Guided Instruction nonscored R7091
Interpreting Charts & Graphs: Quiz 1 scored R7092
Interpreting Charts & Graphs: Quiz 2 scored R7093
Cause and Effect: Identify and distinguish between cause and effect in expository and literary texts. Cause and Effect: Interactive Guided Instruction nonscored R7095
Cause and Effect: Quiz 1 scored R7096
Cause and Effect: Quiz 2 scored R7097
Authors Purpose: Identify and use knowledge of the author's purpose by analyzing how the literary techniques of mood and tone affects author's perspective and contributes to the comprehension of a literary or expository text. Author's Purpose: Interactive Guided Instruction nonscored R7053
Author's Purpose: Quiz 1 scored R7054
Author's Purpose: Quiz 2 scored R7055
Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions: Use knowledge, information, and ideas from literary texts, expository texts, or from multiple sources to make inferences about the text(s) (e.g., make inferences, draw conclusions, make generalizations, infer sequence of events, and infer a character's feelings.) Inferencing: Interactive Guided Instruction nonscored R7037
Inferencing: Quiz 1 scored R7038
Inferencing: Quiz 2 scored R7039
Compare and Contrast: Compare and contrast information and ideas within a text or between two or more texts (literary or expository), including metaphors and point of view. Compare and Contrast: Interactive Guided Instruction nonscored R7080
Compare and Contrast: Quiz 1 scored R7081
Compare and Contrast: Quiz 2 scored R7082


Chapter 4: "State Simulation Assessments"
Lesson Activity Name
Type
LA# Worksheet Odyssey
Writer
State Simulation Test: Students will demonstrate knowledge of comprehension skills on grade level appropriate literary and expository passages, with questions that simulate a high-stakes assessment. State Simulation Test 1 scored R7116 answerkey
State Simulation Test 2 scored R7117 answerkey
State Simulation Test 3 scored R7118 answerkey


Chapter 5: "The Scarlet Pimpernel - ILA"
Lesson Activity Name
Type
LA# Worksheet Odyssey
Writer
Before Reading: Through an exploratory activity, the student will acquire background information that will set the stage for the anchor piece, the play The Scarlet Pimpernel. The student will develop vocabulary through the use of a literature-based glossary and an interactive assessment activity that focuses on the use of a graphic organizer where the student matches words with their definitions. The student will also respond to a prewriting prompt. Background (prereading for The Scarlet Pimpernel) nonscored 76388
Setting/Choosing Sides (writing) 76389 odyssey
Vocabulary (The Scarlet Pimpernel) scored 76390
During Reading: The student will achieve comprehension by reading the play The Scarlet Pimpernel with emphasis on vocabulary and fluency. The student will be assessed on their comprehension of the literature selection by answering questions about drawing conclusions, mood, cause and effect, making inferences, characterization, sequence of events, supporting details, compare/contrast, characterization, and theme. Literature: The Scarlet Pimpernel Part 1 nonscored 76391
Comprehension Check 1: The Scarlet Pimpernel scored 76392
Literature: The Scarlet Pimpernel Part 2 nonscored 76393
Comprehension Check 2: The Scarlet Pimpernel scored 76394
After Reading: The student will use a variety of strategies to comprehend reading selections and be assessed on vocabulary contained in the literature selection. The student will analyze and evaluate the literature piece by responding to literary response and analysis prompts. Through a comprehension activity that incorporates direct instruction, a practice, and an assessment component, the student will focus on point of view. A reteach component provides a different instructional modality for students who need additional direct instruction on the point of view objective. Vocabulary Check: The Scarlet Pimpernel scored 76395
Writing About Character: The Scarlet Pimpernel 76396 odyssey
Comprehension: The Scarlet Pimpernel (point of view) scored 76397
Writing Application: Through a series of writing activities that incorporate direct instruction, a practice, and an assessment component, the student will focus on relevant evidence in a persuasive composition as it relates to a review of a movie or play. The student will respond to prompts to write his or her own review of a play or a movie. Writing Application Instruction (movie review) nonscored 76399
Writing Application Check (movie review) scored 76400
Writing a Review 76401 odyssey


Chapter 6: "Hush - ILA"
Lesson Activity Name
Type
LA# Worksheet Odyssey
Writer
Before Reading: Through an exploratory activity, the student will acquire background information that will set the stage for the anchor piece, an excerpt from the realistic fiction novel Hush. The student will develop vocabulary through the use of a literature-based glossary and an interactive assessment activity that focuses on the correct usage of words within the context of a sentence or as a graphic representation. The student will also respond to a prewriting prompt. Background (prereading for Hush) nonscored 76403
Describing Uneasy Situation (writing) 76404 odyssey
Vocabulary (prereading for Hush) scored 76405
During Reading: The student will achieve comprehension by reading an excerpt from the realistic fiction novel Hush with emphasis on vocabulary and fluency. The student will be assessed on their comprehension of the literature selection by answering questions about main idea, making inferences, author's purpose, summary, mood, characterization, character's point of view, sequence of events, theme, and supporting details. Literature: Hush Part 1 nonscored 76406
Comprehension Check 1: Hush scored 76407
Literature: Hush Part 2 nonscored 76408
Comprehension Check 2: Hush scored 76409
After Reading: The student will use a variety of strategies to comprehend reading selections and be assessed on vocabulary contained in the literature selection. The student will analyze and evaluate the literature piece by responding to literary response and analysis prompts. Through a comprehension activity that incorporates direct instruction, a practice, and an assessment component, the student will focus on compare and contrast. A reteach component provides a different instructional modality for students who need additional direct instruction on the compare and contrast objective. Vocabulary Check: Hush scored 76410
Writing: Literature Extensions - Hush 76411 odyssey
Comprehension: Hush (compare and contrast) scored 76412
Writing Application: Through a series of writing activities that incorporate direct instruction, a practice, and an assessment component, the student will focus on personal narrative that includes memories of an event or an experience as it relates to a memoir. The student will respond to prompts to write a memoir of an event or experience of his or her own. Writing Application Instruction (memoir) nonscored 76414
Writing Application Assessment (memoir) scored 76415
Writing: Memoir 76416 odyssey


Chapter 7: "The Wreckers - ILA"
Lesson Activity Name
Type
LA# Worksheet Odyssey
Writer
Before Reading: Through an exploratory activity, the student will acquire background information that will set the stage for the anchor piece, an excerpt from the action-adventure novel The Wreckers. The student will develop vocabulary through the use of a literature-based glossary and an interactive assessment activity that focuses on correctly identifying a vocabulary word with its definition. The student will also respond to a prewriting prompt. Background (prereading for The Wreckers) nonscored 76418
Writing: Character Motivation 76419 odyssey
Vocabulary (The Wreckers) scored 76420
During Reading: The student will achieve comprehension by reading an excerpt from the action-adventure novel The Wreckers with emphasis on vocabulary and fluency. The student will be assessed on their comprehension of the literature selection by answering questions about characterization, drawing conclusions, mood, making inferences, figurative language, sequence, supporting details, cause and effect, author's purpose, and summarizing. Literature: The Wreckers Part 1 nonscored 76421
Comprehension Check 1: The Wreckers scored 76422
Literature: The Wreckers Part 2 nonscored 76423
Comprehension Check 2: The Wreckers scored 76424
After Reading: The student will use a variety of strategies to comprehend reading selections and be assessed on vocabulary contained in the literature selection. The student will analyze and evaluate the literature piece by responding to literary response and analysis prompts. Through a comprehension activity that incorporates direct instruction, a practice, and an assessment component, the student will focus on how to tell the difference between conclusions that are based on fact and those that are based on opinions in the selection. A reteach component provides a different instructional modality for students who need additional direct instruction on the fact and opinion objective. Vocabulary Check: The Wreckers scored 76425
Writing About Characters (The Wreckers) 76426 odyssey
Comprehension: The Wreckers (fact and opinion) scored 76427
Writing Application: Through a series of writing activities that incorporate direct instruction, a practice, and an assessment component, the student will focus on writing a fictional narrative that develops a definite setting as it relates to a suspense story. The student will respond to a prompt to write a suspense story of his or her own. Writing Application Instruction (Suspense Story) nonscored 76429
Writing Application Assessment (Suspense Story) scored 76430
Writing: Suspense Story 76431 odyssey


Chapter 8: "Wright Brothers - ILA"
Lesson Activity Name
Type
LA# Worksheet Odyssey
Writer
Before Reading: Through an exploratory activity, the student will acquire background information that will set the stage for the anchor piece, an excerpt from the true story The Wright Brothers. The student will develop vocabulary through the use of a literature-based glossary and an interactive assessment activity that focuses on correctly identifying a vocabulary word with its definition. The student will also respond to a prewriting prompt. Background (prereading for Wright Brothers) nonscored 76448
Writing: Inventions 76449 odyssey
Vocabulary (Wright Brothers) scored 76450
During Reading: The student will achieve comprehension by reading an excerpt from the true story The Wright Brothers: The Birth of Modern Aviation with emphasis on vocabulary and fluency. The student will be assessed on their comprehension of the literature selection by answering questions about cause and effect, themes, figurative language, sequence, making inferences, characterization, mood, recognizing main ideas, point of view, and author's purpose. Literature: Wright Brothers Part 1 nonscored 76451
Comprehension Check 1: The Wright Brothers scored 76452
Literature: Wright Brothers Part 2 nonscored 76453
Comprehension Check 2: The Wright Brothers scored 76454
After Reading: The student will use a variety of strategies to comprehend reading selections and be assessed on vocabulary contained in the literature selection. The student will analyze and evaluate the literature piece by responding to literary response and analysis prompts. Through a comprehension activity that incorporates direct instruction, a practice, and an assessment component, the student will focus on identifying text that uses sequencing or other types of logical order in the selection. A reteach component provides a different instructional modality for students who need additional direct instruction on the sequence of events objective. Vocabulary Check: The Wright Brothers scored 76455
Writing: The Wright Brothers 76456 odyssey
Comprehension: The Wright Brothers (sequence of events) scored 76457
Writing Application: Through a series of writing activities that incorporate direct instruction, a practice, and an assessment component, the student will focus on writing a simple expository description of a real object, person, place, or event as it relates to a newspaper article. The student will respond to a prompt to write a newspaper article of his or her own. Writing Application Instruction (newspaper article) nonscored 76459
Writing Application Assessment (newspaper article) scored 76460
Writing: Newspaper Article 76461 odyssey

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7th Grade Language Arts Extensions Lesson Plans
Total Activities: 74

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Chapter 1: "Determine Word Meanings - Extension"
Lesson Activity Name
Type
LA# Worksheet Odyssey
Writer
Make Word Choices Using Context: Student will use context clues to define new words, define underlined words, and use punctuation to identify definitions. Use Context Clues I scored 76296
Connect, Compare, Contrast Ideas: Students will use context clues to identify new words and definitions of words. Students will also learn signal words that cue the meaning of the word. Students will learn to define words using comparison and contrast. Use Context Clues II nonscored 76297
Use Context Clues III scored 76298
Multiple-meaning Words: Students will use context clues to determine the correct meaning of a word from a picture or a sentence. Students will also use dictionary skills and knowledge of parts of speech to identify word meaning and homophones. Multiple Meanings I scored 76299
Multiple Meanings II nonscored 76300
Multiple Meanings III scored 76301
Extend Vocabulary Using Strategies: Students will identify and distinguish elements of figurative language: metaphor, simile, hyperbole, and personification. Students will also recognize understatements and contrast vivid writing with plain text. Figurative Language I scored 76302
Figurative Language II scored 76303
Figurative Language III scored 76304
Figurative Language IV scored 76305


Chapter 2: "Summarize Written Text - Extension"
Lesson Activity Name
Type
LA# Worksheet Odyssey
Writer
Main Idea and Supporting Details: Students will identify main topics of a paragraph through literal statements or implied concepts, recall literal details of text, and recognize points that support the main idea of a paragraph. Identify Main Idea I scored 76306
Identify Main Idea II nonscored 76307
Identify Main Idea III scored 76308
Summarize/Paraphrase Information: Students will summarize a selection or passage by analyzing literal details or implied concepts, distill paragraphs into a single statement, and use the title of a selection as a summary clue. Summarize I scored 76309
Summarize II scored 76310


Chapter 3: "Support Main Idea - Extension"
Lesson Activity Name
Type
LA# Worksheet Odyssey
Writer
Main Idea and Supporting Details: Students will identify important details from a passage, recall facts and supporting details, and examine details that answer the 5 "W"'s (who, what, where, when, and why) questions. Details I scored 76311
Details II scored 76312
Influence of Setting On Problem: Students will determine whether a story describes a location and/or a time, and whether it is specific or general. Students will also note the mood that the setting describes. Setting I scored 76313
Setting II nonscored 76314
Setting III scored 76315


Chapter 4: "Recognizing Relationships - Extension"
Lesson Activity Name
Type
LA# Worksheet Odyssey
Writer
Cause-and-Effect Relationships: Students will identify statements that contain cause-effect relationships, distinguish between the parts of a sentence that show cause and the part that shows effect, and look for signal words that reveal cause and effect events. Students will also recognize the cause and effect. Cause and Effect I scored 76316
Cause and Effect II scored 76317
Cause and Effect III scored 76318
Use of Organizational Patterns: Students will examine entire set of instructions prior to starting a procedure, follow the proper order of instructions, look for signal words that indicate the order of a task, and assemble all of the materials necessary to complete a task. Follow Directions scored 76319


Chapter 5: "Analyze Text - Extension"
Lesson Activity Name
Type
LA# Worksheet Odyssey
Writer
Make Inferences: Students will draw logical, reasonable conclusions from factual details. Make Inferences I scored 76320
Make Inferences II scored 76321
Draw Conclusions: Students will draw logical, reasonable conclusions from factual details by recognizing signal words that help identify a conclusion. Inferences and Conclusions I scored 76322
Inferences and Conclusions II scored 76323
Authors Purpose/Point of View: Students will identify the author's purpose in a writing selection and recognize that the author may have more than one purpose. Author's Purpose scored 76324
Identify/Understand Themes: Students will identify the author's purpose in a writing selection, recognize that the author may have more than one purpose, and use clues to discover a theme. Determine Purpose and Theme I nonscored 76325
Determine Purpose and Theme II scored 76326
Understand Plot Develop.: Students will identify elements in a passage (conflict, mood, setting, and characterization.) Elements in a Passage I scored 76327
Elements in a Passage II scored 76328


Chapter 6: "Evaluate Point of View - Extension"
Lesson Activity Name
Type
LA# Worksheet Odyssey
Writer
Discriminate Fact and Opinion: Students will differentiate between fact and opinion, and recognize qualifiers that limit or restrict meaning such as "most," "best," or "always." Students will also identify mixed statements (statements that contain both fact and opinion.) Fact and Opinion I scored 76329
Fact and Opinion II scored 76330
Compare/Contrast Story Elements: Students will compare and contrast how a character changes from the beginning to the end of a story. Compare and Contrast I scored 76331
Compare and Contrast II scored 76332
Determine Authors Point of View: Students will determine the author's point of view expressed through the writing and recognize clues that reveal the point of view. Recognize Point of View scored 76333
Critical Reading: Students will practice critical reading to detect bias by a writer and identify persuasion techniques that promote bias such as testimonial, bandwagon, and loaded words. Recognize Author's Bias I scored 76334
Recognize Author's Bias II scored 76335


Chapter 7: "Parts of Speech - Extension"
Lesson Activity Name
Type
LA# Worksheet Odyssey
Writer
Apply Spelling Conventions: Students will learn the rules of plural nouns ending in -s, -sh, -ch, -x, -z. Plural Nouns nonscored 76336
Accurate Use of Apostrophes: Students will define singular and plural possessive nouns, and distinguish between possessive and common nouns. Possessive Nouns I scored 76337
Possessive Nouns II scored 76338
Use Verb Tenses Appropriately: Students will define past, present, and future perfect tenses. Students will also compare simple and perfect tenses. Perfect Tenses scored 76339
Simple and Compound Sent.: Students will define subject-verb agreement and learn to determine subject-verb agreement. Subject-Verb Agreement scored 76340
Use Infinitives and Participles: Students will identify and define antecedents in a sentence. Pronoun-Antecedent Agreement I scored 76341
Pronoun-Antecedent Agreement II scored 76342
Define Comparative and Superlative Adjectives: Students will define and identify comparative and superlative adjectives. Adjectives: Comparison I scored 76343
Adjectives: Comparison II scored 76344
Define Comparative and Superlative Adverbs: Students will define and identify comparative and superlative adverbs. Adverbs: Comparison I scored 76345
Adverbs: Comparison II scored 76369
Define and Identify Double Negatives: Students will define and learn to identify double negatives. Students will also correct negative sentences and determine negative words. Adverbs: Negatives I scored 76346
Adverbs: Negatives II scored 76347
Recognize Troublesome Adjectives and Adverbs: Students will learn the usage and to recognize troublesome adverbs and adjectives. Troublesome Adverb/Adjective scored 76348
Use Prepositional Phrases: Students will determine the correct placement of prepositional phrases in sentences, and learn to place prepositional phrases next to the words they modify. Prepositional Phrases I scored 76349
Prepositional Phrases II scored 76350
Use Conjunctions to Connect Ideas: Students will define correlative and coordinating conjunctions. Conjunctions scored 76351


Chapter 8: "Capitalization - Extension"
Lesson Activity Name
Type
LA# Worksheet Odyssey
Writer
Identify Proper Nouns: Students will identify proper nouns and their capitalization. Capitalize Proper Nouns I nonscored 76352
Capitalize Proper Nouns II scored 76353
Define Proper Adjectives: Students will learn to define and capitalize proper adjectives. Capitalize Proper Adjectives scored 76354
Apply Capitalization Conventions: Students will determine capitalization in titles and first words and learn capitalization rules for titles and first words. Capitalize Titles/First Words I scored 76355
Capitalize Titles/First Words II scored 76356
Apply Capitalization Rules for Quotes: Students will identify and determine capitalization of quotes and tags. Capitalize Direct Quotes scored 76357


Chapter 9: "Punctuation - Extension"
Lesson Activity Name
Type
LA# Worksheet Odyssey
Writer
Use Commas in a Series: Students will learn rules for using commas in a series. Commas in a Series scored 76358
Determine Comma Usage: Students will define direct and indirect quotes, learn comma rules for quotes, and determine comma usage. Commas in Quotations I scored 76359
Commas in Quotations II scored 76360
Use Commas to Separate Information: Students will learn comma rules for dates, addresses, and letters. Commas in Date/Address/Letter nonscored 76361
Use Commas in Compound Sentences: Students will learn rules of comma usage in compound sentences. Commas in Compound Sentences scored 76362
Define Appositives: Students will learn to define appositives and appositive phrases. Commas with Appositives scored 76363
Use Commas in Introductory Words and Phrases: Students will learn to determine comma placement in introductory words and phrases. Introductory Words/Phrases nonscored 76364
Define Rules for End Marks: Students will learn the rules for using end marks. End Marks scored 76365
Apply Punctuation Conventions: Students will learn rules for colon and semicolon usage. Colons and Semicolons nonscored 76366
Determine Apostrophe Usage: Students will learn the rules for using apostrophes with possessives, contractions, and plurals. Apostrophes scored 76367
Correct Use of Punctuation: Students will learn the rules for placing question and exclamation marks in sentences with quotations. Quotation Marks nonscored 76368

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