7th Grade English Language Arts
Welcome to Mrs. Kosberg's class website! I look forward to working with your student this year.Please feel free to email me firstname.lastname@example.org you have any questions or concerns.
You can access the literature book online!
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AzMERIT Testing Dates
April 4-Reading 1
April 9-Reading 2
April 15-Math 1
April 17-Math 2
Please get a good night's sleep before testing days and eat a filling and healthy breakfast! This is your chance to show everyone what you have learned and how much you have grown this year.
YOU ARE AMAZING!
Class T-Shirts are in!
Our class t-shirts came in and they are awesome!
Long sleeve: $12
Short sleeve: $10
We have extras if parents would like to buy one too! With the teal and black colors, and the school blackhawks, they make great spirit wear!
by Rodman Philbrick Year Published: 1993
A brilliant, emotionally charged novel about two boys. One is a slow learner, too large for his age, and the other is a tiny, disabled genius. The two pair up to create one formidable human force known as "Freak the Mighty". MAX. FREAK. BEST FRIENDS. FOREVER. I never had a brain until Freak came along. . .That's what Max thought. All his life he'd been called stupid. Dumb. Slow. It didn't help that his body seemed to be growing faster than his mind. It didn't help that people were afraid of him. So Max learned how to be alone. At least until Freak came along. Freak was weird, too. He had a little body, and a really big brain. Together Max and Freak were unstoppable. Together, they were Freak the Mighty.
“A wonderful story of triumph over imperfection, shame, and loss.” - School Library Journal
by Kathryn Otoshi Year Published: 2008
Blue is a quiet color. Red’s a hothead who likes to pick on Blue. Yellow, Orange, Green, and Purple don’t like what they see, but what can they do? When no one speaks up, things get out of hand — until One comes along and shows all the colors how to stand up, stand together, and count.