Ms. Silver- 7th Grade
Welcome to Seventh Grade ELA!

Ms. Stephanie Silver

"Brave doesn’t always involve grand gestures. Sometimes brave looks more like staying when you want to leave, telling the truth when all you want to do is change the subject." -Shauna Niequist.


Like a grand and miraculous spaceship, our planet has sailed through the universe of time; and for a brief moment we have been among its passengers. But where are we going? And what kind of future will we discover there? Surprisingly, the answers lie in our past. Since the dawn of recorded history, we’ve been inventing the future one step at a time. I’ll show you how our ancestors created the world we know today, and then it will be your turn to create the world of tomorrow. For the first time in history, all of us can have a say about the kind of world we want to live in. The choices we have made for the past 30,000 years have been inventing the future one day at a time.


You are a global citizen. You are more than flesh and bone.

You have the ability to change the world.

Because you’ve got soul.


Remote Learning FAQS

What are Ms. Silver's Office hours?
10-11am on Fridays. Ms. Silver is also in the building on Fridays.

How will we get through virtual learning? "There's gonna be opposition. Ain't no way around it. But if you're looking for strong and steady. Well, baby, you found it!" I know it's hard, but you can do this. I am here for you.

What is the grade breakdown?
10% Homework. 35% Classwork/Participation. 20% Quizzes. 35% Projects/Tests.

What is our first unit? The Coming-of-Age theme. Coming-of-age stories mark a loss of innocence, and they punctuate the shift from childhood to adulthood. In this unit, we will examine why writers use this universal motif to describe their experiences after 1945, a period marked by the end of several global atrocities (the Holocaust, the Atom Bomb, colonialism) and the beginning of new revolutions for individuals, communities, and nations. Our first book is Persepolis!

When are assignments released on Google Classroom? 8 am!

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