Seventh grade Essays

  • Reflective Essay: Lionville Middle School

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    A few specific hardships that come to mind were the first F on a test I had ever gotten, which I believe was in math, the first time I struggled with a writing assignment, and the first time I realized what growing up was truly like in seventh grade, after losing a close friend of mine. Although, overcoming these hardships has helped me prepare me for future aspirations, such as going to college and being successful in a job, preferably in the technology field. Without Lionville, I never would

  • Persuasive Essay On Junior High

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    Okay so you people enter junior high in three days. I’m sure your past sixth grade teachers told you some stuff about what you need to know for junior high. I bet they just told you to listen in all your classes, that teachers aren’t going to help you as much, and that you 're going to actually have to study for all your tests and quizzes. While all of that may be true, they are not giving you the proper advice to survive in junior high. In the next five minutes, I will be giving you all the tips

  • Lionville Middle School Journey Essay

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    “The journey doesn’t start at the beginning, but it begins at the end.” The last year I had at Lionville Middle School was only the start of my long career and I was properly prepared by all the teachers and staff that helped me on my journey. When I first arrived at Lionville Middle school, I was scared about the environment and it was the first time that I had to switch classes for every different subject. I had numerous friends from Lionville Elementary School that came to the Middle school with

  • John Shaidle Influence

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    Impact: to have a strong effect or influence on someone. I have had many good teachers throughout my years in school, but one stands out above the rest. One who has made an impact on my life. He is Mr. John Schaidle. At the beginning of my 6th grade year, most of my friends were going out for wrestling. I was debating whether to join or not, and they convinced me to do it. It was one of the best decisions I ever made because this is where I first got to know Mr. Schaidle. Throughout the season, he

  • Personal Narrative: My Life In Middle School

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    In the duration of my middle school years, I maintained excellent grades, except I had just one issue that held me back from a satisfying life. That issue was the fact that friends came very hard to me in my middle school years. Before my struggles at my middle school, Trafton, I had a very productive social life in the Elementary school I attended, Roberts Elementary. Here, it was very easy to make friends and have a great social life, since no hard work was required as a kid. Middle school, however

  • Seventh Grade Narrative

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    When I was in seventh grade my grades were struggling because I was immature and never did or turned in my homework. This was partially the result of my age. I am a year younger than most of the rest of my class. My parents, teachers, and administrator got together and discussed the benefits of holding me back to redo the seventh grade. I wasn 't fond of the idea, mostly because all of my friends would be moving on without me. Not to mention who wants to go through an extra year of school. So I was

  • Seventh Grade Narrative

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    My transition from sixth grade to seventh grade was the best and worst year of my life but this was also the year I realized how grateful I was. I remember one important day so vividly. It was a rainy day and I was in my sixth grade social studies class, eager for the clock to hit 3:00. With fifteen minutes of class left, my assistant principal walked into the classroom and called ten students- including me- to step outside. Outside, he handed each of us individual letters and mine read, “To the

  • Parker Jones Junior High School: A Short Story

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    RIING!! RIING!! RIING!! The bell sounds at Parker Jones Junior High School. 500 6th, 7th, and 8th graders walk through the halls into their first period class. Isabella, one of the most studious students in her 7th grade class, gets her books from her locker eager to get to her first class. She walks confidently despite the constant pushing an shoving throughout the halls. On the other side of the hall was none other than Respusia, the most intimidating person in the hallway. She towered over

  • Character Analysis Of Percy Jackson And The Olympians: The Lightning Thief

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    Going from a troubled kid in middle school to a full time hero who saved the world is a lot to handle. Percy, the main character in the story Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief. Life changes by a series of events. Percy’s feelings went from a troubled, different, and miserable kid to a brave, skilled hero as well as a demigod. Percy Jackson’s feelings throughout the beginning of the story are a bit down. He’s troubled in middle school, as well as miserable. Early in the story,

  • Paige Marquis: A Short Story

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    Hi, I am Paige Marquis and this is my story from beginning to end. It all began in a hospital named Baton Rouge General on Bluebonnet in East Baton Rouge, Louisiana when a woman named Jennifer Welch gave birth to the most beautifulest angel in the world (aka me). As I was growing up I lived all over Louisiana, my birthplace. I switched from living with my mom, to my dad, to with my grandma and other family that was living with her, and then to my grandpa, with all of that moving around practically

  • Skill Theme Approach In Physical Education

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    604 assignments 1 1) Concepts and structure This essay will first answer what is skill theme approach? It is a model that describes both content of physical education (what to teach) and pedagogy of physical education (how to teach) (Graham, Holt/Hale, & Parker, 2010). In skill theme approach teacher is the instructional leader. Teacher uses shaping process to achieve desired skill movement patterns. Teachers structures the learning, give detailed and repeated instructions, ask large number of questions

  • Seventh Grade-Personal Narrative

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    Seventh grade was fantastic, but I would like to change a few things for next year. Next year in eighth grade, I need to increase my vocabulary, participate more in class, and stop procrastinating. I need to increase my vocabulary. I can read more books to learn new words. Whenever I don’t know a word, I can ask others for the definition or look in a dictionary and remember the definition for the next time I encounter the word. I can use a thesaurus to find better words when writing. When

  • Seventh Grade By Gary Soto

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    In the realistic short story “ Seventh Grade” by Gary Soto, the main character named Victor, is desperate. Because he tries very hard to get a girlfriend, he finds many ways to be with his crush Teresa, and because he does embarrassing things to try and impress girls. The first reason Victor is desperate is because he tries hard to get a girlfriend. For instance, he promised himself “Teresa is going to be my girl this year”. In addition, Victor took Michael’s advice and used his (ridiculous)

  • Gary Soto Seventh Grade Essay

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    “Seventh Grade” by Gary Soto is about a boy named Victor in seventh grade who has a crush on Teresa, another student. Victor likes Teresa so much, he embarrassed himself while trying to talk to her. “Seventh Grade” by Gary Soto is a good book to recommend to middle school readers because it is relatable and entertaining. “Seventh Grade” by Gary Soto is a good book to recommend to middle school readers because it is relatable. Since “Seventh Grade” is about having a crush, many middle schoolers

  • Gary Soto Seventh Grade Analysis

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    In the short story, “Seventh Grade,” by Gary Soto, the author pokes fun at the seventh grade boys in the beginning of a school year. The main characters are Victor, Michael, Mr. Bueller, and Teresa, a girl Victor has a crush on. In the end, Victor learns that is it is always best to be himself. The author describes how Victor attempts to impress his dream girlfriend, Teresa. He tries scowling, an expression he learned from his friend, Michael. In addition, he lies by saying he knows French. When

  • Summary Of Seventh Grade By Gary Soto

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    Story: Seventh grade In the story Seventh Grade by Gary Soto. I will be looking at the plot development in order to explain the story. By plot development, I say that the Exposition of the story in which it introduces the setting and characters and hints at the conflict. At the Rising action, the conflict unfolds and becomes more complicated and builds suspense. In the Climax which is often said to be the turning point or the most exciting moment in the story. At the Falling action, the main

  • Summary Of Seventh Grade By Gary Soto

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    Seventh Grade” by Gary Soto, is a short fictional story that incorporates many elements of literature to entertain the reader. The theme of the story is to make good impressions, due to many instances in the story. Victor's friend, Michael, learned to scowl to attract girls, and to give him a more handsome look. Victor wanted to leave good impressions on girls, so he tried out the scowl as well. Furthermore, Victor wanted to impress Teresa, the girl whom he had a crush on since they were in catechism

  • Summary Of Seventh Grade By Gary Soto

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    Seventh Grade by Gary Soto is a story based on the first day of school at a middle school where the main character is a boy named Victor Rodriguez witch was in Seventh grade. In the story Charles wrote in 1948 a little girl named Laurie is always getting in trouble, Thus She makes up a fake name for herself to keep her parents from knowing it. In the story Seventh Grade by Gary Soto the narrator develops the setting by giving details about how the school is like the emotions that people go through

  • Seventh Grade Retreat Research Paper

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    Aidan Purtell 7G #25 English 2/28/2018 Seventh Grade Retreat Yesterday, the seventh grade went on a retreat at the St. Agnes church in Pinedale, a small part of Fresno. The weather could not be more perfect. It was cool and misty outside, and room temperature inside. The retreat was lead by Father Sergio, who had come down from Sacramento to give the seventh and eighth grade retreats here in Fresno. The opening remark was “You get out of this retreat what you put into it.” and this point was very

  • Analysis Of Seventh Grade By Gary Soto

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    Gary Soto’s Seventh Grade is a realistic fiction piece written to entertain teens or tweens. This short story has a shallow meaning that is not very apparent but it is not stressed either. It discusses the common concept of faking it until you make it. its short plot told in third person omniscient describing the first day of seventh grade for the protagonist Victor. Gary Soto makes attempts to make the plot connected using descriptive words like “crackling” and dialogue that does work but everything