GRADE 7 EXAMS STUDY GUIDE

Bible Midterm Review

• Be prepared to write an extended response on how we see God giving us freedom through the War in Heaven and in the Fall in the Garden of Eden.

S. Studies Midterm Review Outline

• Study Chapters 13, 14, and 15.

MATHEMATICS

Chapter 1 (Textbook) - Integers

Chapter 2 (Textbook) – Rational Numbers and Equations

Chapter 2 – Online text (CC 2014):
Linear Algebraic Expressions simplifying linear algebraic expressions, adding and subtracting linear expressions, and factoring linear expressions.

Chapter 4 - Online text (CC 2014): Inequalities

Chapter 3 (Textbook) – Ratios, Proportions, Complex fractions and Variations

 

SCIENCE

Chapters: 1 - 3

Grade 7 English Grammar:

• Review DOL classwork assignments in your notebooks.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Grade 7 English Writing Midterm Review:

A theme in a piece of literary work is the main message:
• It is what the author wants you know
• A broad idea about life
• Usually not stated and must be inferred

So far, this school year, you have read three novels; Frau Luther by Yvonne Davy, A Single Shard by Linda Sue Park, and Under the Ice by Kathy Conlon. For your Midterm, you will determine ONE theme that is common to at least TWO of the novels we have read. You will write an essay that discusses how this theme is portrayed in the two novels. You should make note of similarities and differences in the presentation of the theme in the novel at large as well as how the theme is applicable to characters. In your essay, be sure to include at least two quotations from each novel when supporting your ideas

Remember to follow the format we have been using for essays:
INTRO:

  • • Attention Getter
  • • Specific Purpose
  • • Central Ideas
  • • Thesis Statement

BODY PARAGRAPHS:
Main Idea Sentence
Examples
Application
Linking Sentence

CONCLUSION:
1. Re-phrase your introduction line-by-line. Say the same thing in a different way
2. Add a generalization that is applicable to everyone – “chocolate”

Your graphic organizer for this essay is due when we return to school on January 7, 2019. On January 7, 8, and 9 of 2019, I will be reviewing your graphic organizers with you one-on-one to give you feedback to make sure you are on track. You may enter the exam with your graphic organizers, your novels, and a dictionary. I-pads will not be allowed.