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Commonly confused words, word relationships, figures of speech, inferring meaning, pronunciation and meaning, affixes and roots, context clues, concise language, adding appositive, place phrases and clauses, cleft sentences, direct and indirect speech, reading literature, multiple mediums, character development, alliteration in literature and rhetoric, author’s language and claims, literary elements, central themes, drawing a conclusion, reading: informational text, nonfiction reading comprehension, interpretation of facts, author arguments, author’s point of view, organization of text, word and phrase meanings, interactions in text, central ideas, textual evidence, informative and explanatory text, extended writing assignments, graphic organizer, credible sources, answering research focused questions, citing sources, writing revision, production writing, reflective narrative conclusions, using precision wording, writing sequence changes, bring your narrative to life, establishing a narrative, writing thank you notes, concluding statements, informal and formal writing, using precise language, using transitions to form relationships, informative text topic writing, conclusing statements, formal vs. informal style, transition use in argumentative writing, validating claims with evidence, introducing and preparing arguments, persuasive writing, using semicolons, using prepositional phrases, using participial phrases, using noun clauses, using correlative conjunctions, using conjunctive adverbs, using compound elements, using colons, dashes, and parentheses, using appositives to begin sentences, using appositive phrases, using adverb clauses, using adjective clauses, combining sentences to write a paragraph, combining notes into sentences, combining and varying sentences, combining by inserting phrases, combining by inserting words, combining to create complex sentences, combining to create compound sentences, revising a paragraph, revising a paragraph by combining sentences, revising sentences to create variety, revising sentences, revising wordy sentences, common and proper noun, compound and collective nouns, concrete and abstract noun, preposition, personal pronouns, demonstrative pronoun, relative pronoun, indefinite pronoun, identifying pronoun, personal, reflexive and intensive pronoun, interrogative and relative pronouns, pronoun and antecedent, transitive and intransitive verbs, linking verbs, actions verbs, verb phrases, adjective in sentence, noun or adjective, pronoun or adjective, infinitive phrase, gerund phrases, infinite and gerund phrases, participle phrase, verbal phrase, identifying phrases, prepositional phrases, adjective phrases, adverb phrases, agreement of pronoun and antecedent, pronoun antecedent agreement, subject and verb agreement, principal parts of verbs, irregular verb, correct form lie and lay, correct form rise and raise, troublesome verbs, identify mood, change the tense, progressive forms, consistency of tense, using passive voice, active and passive voice.
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- Castles (Gr. 9-13)
- Gutenberg (Gr. 9-13)
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- Idioms Practice Test 1
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- Figurative Language Practice 1
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- Figurative Language of Shakespeare
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- Text Structure Practice 5
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Homophones and Word Choice Worksheets
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How do students edit the worksheets, whether RTF or PDF? In these days of distance learning, my fellow teachers and I are looking for editable digital resources that kids could turn in… The homophones worksheets look great, but how would we see their answers?
I don’t recommend that students use those formats. Those are for printing and editing.
For online learning, I recommend that you use my online worksheets:
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I suspect that you need to pay closer attention to your instructor, ask questions when you do not understand the material, and complete all of your assignments.
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7th Grade Language Arts Worksheets
Perk up your practice with our printable ready-to-use 7th grade language arts worksheets featuring exercises in phrases and clauses, simple, compound and complex sentences, identifying misplaced and dangling modifiers, diagramming sentences, direct and indirect speech, understanding the figures of speech, word relationships, and nuances in word meanings, building vocabulary and strategies in reading and analyzing informational texts, citing textual evidence, inferring direct and indirect characterization, and much more. Kindle interest and motivate learners with our free grade 7 language arts worksheets!
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Prepare for the nitty-gritty of adverbial phrases as you mine out and underline the group of words in each sentence that function as an adjective and describe the noun.
Hold an impromptu personification session with this English worksheet pdf, where the grade 7 learners choose a word from the box attributing human qualities to non-human things and complete each personification.
A Time Capsule from 1883 | Reading Comprehension
Take a walk back in history as you read this blast from the past. Write an interesting paragraph about putting a time capsule together capturing and preserving your favorite memories for your future generations.
Dependent or Independent Clause?
Carve time out for this printable language arts worksheet that has an underlined clause in each sentence. Let grade 7 learners decide whether the clause is dependent or independent and write in the space provided.
This is the best place to begin collocating words. Encourage learners to sort the words in the box based on their collocations with the words "do", "make", and "raise". Frame sentences using any five collocations.
Misplaced Modifiers | Editing and Proofreading
Scout out and underline the modifier that is separated from the word it describes in each sentence. Rewrite the sentences placing it correctly and complete the 7th grade English worksheet pdf.
Identifying Active and Passive Voice
Maximize your skills in detecting the active and passive voice using the hints: a sentence with an active voice has the subject at the beginning, while the word "by" signals passive voice.
Onomatopoeia Word Search
Pull out this printable grade 7 ELA worksheet when the I'm-bored blues start to strike. Identify the sound words or onomatopoeia from the pictures. Hunt them in the word search grid and circle them.
Ferdinand Magellan | Reading Comprehension
Build on what learners already know about the Portuguese explorer, and the difficulties he encountered during his voyage as they read the passage, citing textual evidence, and analyzing connections.
Compound Direct Objects
Fast-track your compound direct object identification skills with this 7th grade language arts worksheet pdf. Spot the compound direct object in the sentence that receives the action of the verb and write it.
Commonly Confused Words | Vain, Vein, or Vane
Do you often get balled up in using the words vain, vein, and vane? Learn their correct usage and complete the sentences, choosing between these confused words that have a world of difference in their meanings.
Inferring Direct and Indirect Characterizations
Put your inferring skills to good use, while reading each pair of sentences that describe the character explicitly or implicitly in this grade 7 printable ELA worksheet. Write "D" for direct and "I" for indirect characterization.
Imperatives to Reported Speech
Change imperative sentences from direct to indirect speech, replacing the reporting verb with words like requested, ordered, suggested, and using the structure: reporting verb + noun / pronoun + to infinitive.
Hyperbole or Not?
Thin as a toothpick, or pea-sized brains; replete with such hyperboles, this grade 7 language arts worksheet pdf gets learners figuring out if there is an extreme exaggeration in a sentence and check the option.
Cause and Effect Diagram | Fishbone Template
Brainstorm learners on any important topic, and visually categorize and analyze all the possible causes and effects of the problem stated using this fishbone diagram template.
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Grade 7 Language Arts Worksheets
Middle school really starts to sink in at this age and students start to catch their stride, hopefully.
Phrases and Clauses - This requires you to analyze your use of the word in sentences. [L.7.1.A]
Appositives - These are your go-to when renaming things. [L.7.1.A]
Cleft Sentences - When you really need to stress something in a sentence. [L.7.1.A]
Sentence Types - We advance all the way to the usage of compound-complex sentences. [L.7.1.B]
Complex Sentences - When you really need to bring out the heavy artillery or just want to sound smart. [L.7.1.B]
Compound Sentences - We start with identifying them and then we move on to writing your own. [L.7.1.B]
Place Phrases and Clauses - This is where copy writers make their bank. [L.7.1.C]
Subordination - Where does that fit into your understanding of writing? [L.7.1.C]
Dangling Modifiers - Learn how to spot this in sentences and learn to correct them. [L.7.1.C]
Diagramming Sentences - This is where writing analysis all starts. [L.7.1]
Direct and Indirect Speech - Talk right at it or away from it. [L.6-7.1]
Noun Modifiers - These are the terms that we add to sentences to add a greater deal of interest for readers. [L.6-7.1.E]
Misplaced Modifiers - Students look at how something that they might add to enhance a sentence can actually hurt their message. [L.6-8.1]
Commas and Coordinating Adjectives - The effective use of punctuation can completely change the reader's perspective. [L.7.2.A]
Grade 7 Spelling - Be forewarned the language level goes supersonic. [L.7.2.B]
Using 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]
Grade 7 Context Clues - The words we are working with here are no where near as obvious as past units. [L.7.4.A]
Middle School Affixes and Roots - Time to summon a nearly dead language to help you understand word meanings. [L.7.4.B]
Using References For Word Pronunciation and Meanings - You might actually find a use for glossaries and thesauruses, beside a paper weight. [L.7.4.C]
Inferring The Meaning Of Words and Phrases - I always find it interesting that students remember phrases more than words. [L.7.4.D]
Malapropism - When an author crafts a word or series of them improperly and it creates a comedic instance. [L.7.4]
Assonance - When you can't get enough of the same sound in poetry. [L.7.5]
Figures of Speech - This is where nonnative speakers get lost when talking to native speakers. [L.7.5.A]
Allegory - A technique you can use to approach sensitive subjects with your readers. [L.7.5.A]
Allusion - A technique that can be used to drop hints for your readers. [L.7.5.A]
Word Relationships - Apple is to orange as tree is to ________. [L.7.5.B]
Commonly Confused Words - Students that are brought up on Phonics have a much more difficult time with this section than Whole Language learners. [L.7.5.C]
Grade 7 Vocabulary Words - You might need to concentrate. The volume of words at this level is gigantic. [L.7.6]
Middle School Vocabulary - Students will learn grade level vocabulary terms for use in their own writing. [L.7-8.6]
Word Usage - Decision about the proper vocabulary to use is critical portion of communication. [L.7]
Mnemonic Devices - These are the tools that we use to help use remember something that is complex or tough to recall. [L.6 and L.7]
Reading: Informational Text Worksheets
Textual Evidence - We start to focus on the concept of fact gathering. [RI.7.1]
Central Ideas - Some teachers refer to this section as theme based reading. [RI.7.2]
Interactions With Text - Focus on how the text can change the character's emotions and actions. [RI.7.3]
Word and Phrase Meaning - We use context here from time to time. [RI.7.4]
Analyzing the Organization of Text - How is it set up by the author. When you understand this, you will be able to write better. [RI.7.5]
Author's Point of View - Can you put yourself in the author's shoes? [RI.7.6]
Evaluating Author Arguments and Claims - Look for some concrete evidence as to whether the author is headed in the right direction. [RI.7.8]
Interpretation of Facts - This is something that legal professionals do all day. [RI.7.9]
Grade 7 Nonfiction Reading Comprehension - My favorite genre to read. I feel like I gain something with each nonfiction work. [RI.7.10]
Reading: Literature Worksheets
Drawing Inferences - You will need to finding a great deal of evidence to back up your point. [RL.7.1]
Central Themes - What is the main feeling that the work leaves you with? [RL.7.2]
Literary Elements - How does each individual element affect the story? [RL.7.3]
Story Elements - The five parts that drive any and all stories. [RL.6-7.3]
Plot Twist - We help students learn to identify the use of this technique and we help them get comfortable with using it in their own writing. [RL.6-8.3]
Montage - We explore how this technique is used in both film and literature. [RL.6-7.3]
Pseudonym - Students explore the reasons and methods used for authors to conceal their identity of their own literary works. [RL.6-7.3]
Understanding the Author's Language - Each author has their own kind of brush stroke and it is neat to see. [RL.7.4]
Story Structure's Contribution To Meaning - Does the way you present information in different sequences affect the readers feeling? [RL.7.5]
Character's Point of View - How does the author take your favorite character to new heights or depths? [RL.7.6]
Comparing Written Work In Multiple Mediums - Kids always want to watch the movie before the book. [RL.7.7]
Grade 7 Literature Reading - Let's see how well we comprehend literature as opposed to nonfiction. [RL.7.10]
Little Women - Students explore this classic Louisa May Alcott novel. [RL.6-8.10]
Phrases and Clauses - These are somewhat a bunched learning skill. [L.7.1.A]
Sentence Types - They are all here: declarative, exclamatory, imperative, and interrogative.[L.7.1.B]
Place Phrases and Clauses - We focus on the location or setting in this series. [L.7.1.C]
Clauses - Got a sentence with a subject and a verb? [L.7.1.C]
Wish Clauses - Do you have a genie? Pretend you do! [L.7.1]
Commas and Coordinating Adjectives - Adjectives that make you piece coherent sentences together. [L.7.2.A]
Grade 7 Spelling - Some of these words are really difficult to work with. [L.7.2.B]
Notice Writing - Everyone take notice. [W.6-8.2]
Using Concise Language - This really helps the reader understand the exact emotions you are trying to elicit. [L.7.3.A]
Grade 7 Context Clues - The passages get longer and more drawn out. [L.7.4.A]
Middle School Affixes and Roots - Use of Latin and Greek come in handy with this topic. [L.7.4.B]
Using References For Word Pronunciation and Meanings - Dictionaries and thesauruses to the rescue! [L.7.4.C]
Inferring The Meaning Of Words and Phrases - This topic bends all over the place. [L.7.4.D]
Figures of Speech - You might get lost on a few of these. [L.7.5.A]
Word Relationships - If you have a handle on patterns, this one is a breeze. [L.7.5.B]
Commonly 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]
Grade 7 Vocabulary Word - The words at this level almost always seem like they are related to a specific content area. [L.7.6]
Persuasive Writing - You need to write like you are trying to sell something that doesn't sell well. [W.7.1]
Introducing and Preparing Arguments - Just like your favorite legal show, but on paper only. [W.7.1.A]
Validating Claims With Evidence - Evidence will always set you free or behind bars depending on your situation. [W.7.1.B]
Transition Use In Argumentative Writing - Floating between ideas is always easier said than done. [W.7.1.C]
Formal vs. Informal Writing Style - It all depends on your audience. [W.7.1.D]
Conclusion Statements - You just need to icing on that cake. [W.7.1.E]
Discourse Markers - These are used when you have many different thoughts in your work. [W.7.1]
Writing Informative and Explanatory Texts - Putting the pen to the ink is a challenge sometimes. [W.7.2.A]
Making Outlines - Organize yourself before you begin writing any piece with the help of an outline of what you are about to write. [W.7.2.A]
Informative Text Topic Writing - This is where all great marketing people learn their trade. [W.7.2.B]
Using Transition to Form Relationships - This relates to that because of this. [W.7.2.C]
Using Precise Language - This really helps you avoid confusion. [W.7.2.D]
Commands - Follow these or else! [W.7-8.2.D]
Writing With Informal and Formal Language - You will now need to hammer out your own ideas and thoughts. [W.7.2.E]
Fact Based Concluding Statements - You will need concrete facts for these show stoppers. [W.7.2.F]
Argumentative Essay Outlines - These are to help you form an argument and plan all your major thougts. [W.7-8.2]
Establishing a Narrative Writing Piece - This will take patience on the part of the reader. [W.7.3.A]
Bring Your Narrative Writing To Life - Disney seems to get this right every single time. [W.7.3.B]
Writing Sequence Changes - As a young writer, pace yourself here and get a ton of experience. [W.7.3.C]
Using Precision Wording When Writing - Like a word surgeon, just no scalpels. [W.7.3.D]
Writing Reflective Narrative Conclusions - You need to be honest with yourself when writing these. [W.7.3.E]
Writing Thank You Notes - Thanks to everyone for this. [W.6-8.3]
Production Writing - When you are preparing a work for a medium greater than just paper. [W.7.4]
Writing Revision - Take your time and rip this one apart. [W.7.5]
Citing Sources - "Hey students!" People are actually checking sources these days. [W.7.6]
Answering Research Focused Questions - Spend a great deal of time honing your research skills, it is important. [W.7.7]
Credible Sources - Remember that you can use both print and digital sources here. [W.7.8]
Applying Grade 7 Reading Standards - You should work with literature, fiction, and nonfiction. [W.7.9]
Grade 7 Extended Writing Assignments - Students should prepare drafts on these worksheets and then a final copy. [W.7.10]
Science Related Language Content - Mostly reading in the content area, but also some grammar is there too. [RST.7.1]
Social Studies Related Language Arts - A huge help to allow work to flow between Social Studies and English class. [RH.7.8]
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