Grade 7 Language Arts Worksheets
Middle school really starts to sink in at this age and students start
to catch their stride, hopefully.
and Clauses – This requires you to analyze your use of the word
in sentences. [L.7.1.A]
– These are your go-to when renaming things. [L.7.1.A]
Sentences – When you really need to stress something in a sentence.
Types – We advance all the way to the usage of compound-complex
Sentences – When you really need to bring out the heavy artillery
or just want to sound smart. [L.7.1.B]
– Where does that fit into your understanding of writing? [L.7.1.C]
Concise Language – If everyone in the word did this, can you
imagine the amount of paper and trees that would be saved. [L.7.3.A]
7 Context Clues – The words we are working with here are no
where near as obvious as past units. [L.7.4.A]
– When youcan't get enough of the same sound in poetry. [L.7.5]
of Speech – This is where nonnative speakers get lost when talking
to native speakers. [L.7.5.A]
Confused Words – Students that are brought up on Phonics have
a much more difficult time with this section than Whole Language learners.
Usage – Decision about the proper vocabulary to use is critical
portion of communication. [L.7]
Reading: Informational Text Worksheets
Ideas – Some teachers refer to this section as theme based reading.
Reading: Literature Worksheets
Inferences – You will need to finding a great deal of evidence
to back up your point. [RL.7.1]
Themes – What is the main feeling that the work leaves you with?
Elements – The five parts that drive any and all stories. [RL.6-7.3]
Types – They are all here: declarative, exclamatory, imperative,
– Got a sentence with a subject and a verb? [L.7.1.C]
7 Spelling – Some of these words are really difficult to work
Concise Language – This really helps the reader understand the
exact emotions you are trying to elicit. [L.7.3.A]
Confused Words – My nemesis is the word "maintenance".
Even if I break it into parts, I only spelling it correctly 50% of
the time. [L.7.5.C]
7 Vocabulary Word – The words at this level almost always seem
like they are related to a specific content area. [L.7.6]
Writing – You need to write like you are trying to sell something
that doesn't sell well. [W.7.1]
Markers – These are used when you have many different thoughts
in your work. [W.7.1]
Writing – When you are preparing a work for a medium greater
than just paper. [W.7.4]
Sources – "Hey students!" People are actually checking
sources these days. [W.7.6]
Sources – Remember that you can use both print and digital sources