7th Grade Common Core Worksheets
The Common Core State Standards (CCSS) for English Language Arts (ELA) provide a framework of educational expectations for students in reading, writing, and other language skills. The goals of the CCSS ELA are broken out by grade and subject area, including Reading: Literature, Reading: Informational Text, Writing, Speaking and Listening, and Language, as well as expectations in additional subject areas such as science and technology, history, and further writing areas. Seventh and eighth graders are expected to master reading and analyzing fiction and non-fiction books, be able to execute complex writing and grammar skills, branch out into new technologies and collaborations in their oral presentations, and continue to deepen the complexity of their reading choices. See the subheadings for each ELA category for more information on the specific expectations for students.
7th Grade Language110 Worksheets
For seventh graders, these standards will help them continue to refine their understanding of basic grammar and style rules for the English Language. This Common Core State Standard (CCSS) area focuses on helping…
7th Grade Reading: Informational Text17 Worksheets
For seventh graders, these standards will help them tackle reading and comparing non-fiction texts, including magazine, books, and digital sources. The Common Core State Standards (CCSS) ask that learners take on…
7th Grade Reading: Literature42 Worksheets
For seventh graders, these standards will help them hone their proficiency in reading multiple styles of literature including prose, poetry, mythology, and drama. The Common Core State Standards (CCSS) encourage…
7th Grade Speaking and Listening0 Worksheets
For seventh graders, these standards focus on increasing their proficiency in oral presentations, debates, conversations and collaborations with their peers. This Common Core State Standard (CCSS) area also asks…
7th Grade Writing37 Worksheets
For seventh graders, these standards will help them continue mastering their writing skills. This Common Core State Standard (CCSS) area focuses on helping students learn to write, edit, publish, use keyboards,…
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