ELA 7 Exam

Mrs. Lee

Exam Schedule for my ELA Classes

Monday, May 16 - 4th Block Exam, Day 1

Tuesday, May 17 - 2nd Block Exam, Day 1

Wednesday, May 18 - 2nd Block Exam, Day 2

Thursday, May 19 - 3rd Block Exam, Day 1 and 4th Block Exam, Day 1

Friday, May 20 - 3rd Block Exam, Day 2


**We are required to give parts of our exam on BOTH exam days; therefore, students must be in class for Day 1 and Day 2 to receive full credit on their exams.

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Exam

Students will choose one of the following prompts:




  • Write a persuasive speech in which you argue that either the book or the movie does a better job of presenting Jonas's story. You must pull evidence from both the movie and book.




  • Write an informative speech in which you compare the book to the movie, highlighting the most important similarities and differences.You must pull evidence from both the movie and the book.

Rubric

Click below for the rubric that will be used to grade the speech.


https://docs.google.com/document/d/1455ha3o8qWKLXSj_G3mlXBb_LS4J7eziQVzRkISp7gk/edit?usp=sharing

Exam Prep

Students have been preparing for the exam by watching the movie The Giver multiple times. They have also been given a chart for note-taking and questions to answer, all of which will help them develop their speeches.


On Monday, May 16, students will create an outline, write, and begin to revise their speeches.


On Day 1 of the exam, students will practice their speeches with partners, in groups, and in whole class. They will also revise speeches as needed.


On Day 2 of the exam, students will give their speeches to the whole class for an exam grade.


*****See below for grades that will be taken from the exam prep activities.

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Grades

Formative Grades Taken from Exam Prep Activities


  • Movie Analysis Questions (10-point completion grade)-turned in Friday, May 13
  • note-taking chart (100-point completion grade) - due Monday, May 16 (at end of class)
  • Questions on the book (10-point completion grade) - due Monday, May 16 (at beginning of class)
  • written speech with revision (10-point completion grade) - due Exam Day 1
  • written speech (100-point grade) - due Exam Day 1
  • Verbal Speech - Exam Day 2