ELA Mid-Term Checkpoint
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Measures 2 skills fromGrade 7English Language ArtsCommon Core
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A paragraph is a multiple sentences that focus on a topic.29truefalse
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A paragraph is a multiple sentences that focus on a topic.truefalseTrue or False30sL.7.1
In a paragraph, a topic:
evidence for the paragraph.
gets attention from the read, is the first sentence.
central message, what the author wants you to know120sL.7.1
An example of a hook is:
The rise of social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram has transformed the way we communicate and share information. While they have enabled unprecedented connectivity and the rapid dissemination of news and ideas, they have also raised concerns about privacy, the spread of misinformation, and the detrimental effects of excessive screen time.
Albert Einstein once said, 'Imagination is more important than knowledge.' How does this principle apply to our modern world?
In 2020, the World Health Organization reported that air pollution was responsible for 7 million premature deaths worldwide.
The effects of climate change are unmistakable as they disrupt ecosystems worldwide. Rising temperatures, altered precipitation patterns, and increased frequency of extreme weather events pose a direct threat to biodiversity and the delicate balance of natural habitats, putting numerous species at risk of extinction300s
A central message is what the author wants us to know or the big idea.truefalseTrue or False120s
Examples of hooks are not jokes, quotes, facts and onomatopoeia.falsetrueTrue or False300sL.7.1
A claim is:
what proves your claim.
starts the paragraph and grabs the readers attention.
concludes a paragraph.
a debatable question.30sL.7.1
what proves your claim.
concludes the paragraph.
when you restate the claim.30sL.7.1
You conclude a paragraph by restating the claim.truefalseTrue or False30sL.7.1
What are character traits?
How the author gives the reader the theme.
How a person looks, their individual qualities.
Only a person's looks.30sRH.6-8.5
Character traits cannot change over someone's life.falsetrueTrue or False30sRH.6-8.5
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