4 themes, 51 chapters, 1,602 activities
covering 7th Grade curriculum in Language Arts
In the seventh grade, the Common Core Standards stress the importance of understanding the conventions of standard English (e.g. complex sentence structure, word formation), editing skills (e.g. punctuation), analyzing the language in written form (e.g. interpreting figures of speech, nuances, tone and mood etc.), strategies for learning new words in context and developing skills for using reference materials (e.g. working with dictionaries). The iTooch 7th Grade Language Arts app reviews these fundamental concepts and help students fine-tune their critical reading and composition skills through 51 chapters and over 1,600 exercises that test the user’s knowledge in an interactive and fun way.
Loaded with thousands of questions, apps cover official educational curricula & comply with Common Core State Standards.
This app creates great game dynamics and incentives, so that the user always wants to progress further in the application.
Apps embed a blackboard and a calculator for students to write and calculate directly on the screen without having to leave the app.
A lesson summary is attached to each chapter, to underline the core concepts students should know to answer questions.
Move instantly from one screen to the next. Stop waiting for information to load from a server: bandwidth is no longer an issue.
Apps automatically sync in the background in order to load new activities whenever an Internet connection is available.
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Language Arts Grade 7 co-author, Nina Berler has taught middle-school English and math and worked one-on-one with numerous middle and high school students to improve writing skills, enhance study habits, prepare for standardized tests and interviews, and apply to independent schools and colleges. She also is an independent contractor for eduPad, the Educational Testing Service and the Wall Street Journal Classroom Edition. During her corporate career, Nina worked for professional services provider KPMG, where she directed the Executive Education program unit and led marketing communications initiatives. Nina has an AB with Honors from Brown University and an MBA from NYU Stern School of Business. She is presently completing UCLA’s certificate program in College Counseling. Nina is a member of the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) and the Brown Alumni Schools Committee.
Language Arts Grade 7 co-author, Nikita Ganatra received her BA in Liberal Studies and MS in Education from California State University Fullerton. She holds a Clear Multiple Subject Teaching Credential and a Clear Single Subject Teaching Credential in English for California. Nikita has six years of experience as an educator in various K-12 education settings.
Nikita has served as Vice President of California State University Fullerton’s College of Education Alumni Association and is the Membership Representative of CSUF Chapter 1376, PDK International, an international professional education association. Moreover, she continues her professional development as a member of American Education Research Association and ASCD.
In addition to her love for teaching and learning, she loves old Hindi songs, mulls over random words from different romance languages, and insatiably reads most text that passes her eyes. She is passionate about the constantly changing world of education, loves to read non-fiction and proficiently speaks Hindi and Gujarati. Nikita lives in California with her husband Sanjeev and they are expecting their first child in April 2012.
Language Arts Grade 7 editor, Millicent B. Fauntleroy, earned a B.S.J. and a M.S.J. at Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism. She is also an alumna of Duke University, where she earned a master of arts degree in liberal studies. For more than four decades she was a guardian of the English language, working as an editor at newspapers all over the U.S. and at the University of Illinois Press. Now, she shares her passion for words and editing with students at N.C. State University. Fauntleroy reads widely and spends other leisure time on card making, crocheting, knitting and crafts and on cultivating her many friendships. She has been in the same reading group for 25 years.