Mrs. Villanueva



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Mrs. Villanueva

Our next vocabulary quiz is scheduled for Monday, September 23rd.  

It will cover the following words:

1. perform

2. risk

3. accomplish

4. grasp

5. summit

6. delay

7. ascend


Our first vocabulary quiz for Read 180 Workshop 6 will be on Friday, September 6th. 

It will cover the following words:

1. determination

2. extreme

3. fitness

4. stamina

5. training

6. challenge

7. achievement

8. agility

9. athlete

10. practice

11. strain

To be prepared your student has access to quizlet games and flashcards on my web page, the glossary for all of our vocabulary words for this "workshop" is located on my web page, and we create simplified Cornell style notes in class to study and quiz partners with.  Cornell notes do not go home.  They are created in class and remain in class for practice and are then turned in on the day of the quiz.  



 Mrs. Villanueva

951-304-1885 x3616

7th & 8th Grade - Intensive Language Arts / Social Studies (READ 180)





What your student needs for THIS CLASS (please have these items ASAP):


  • 1 inch binder (this binder will remain in the classroom)
  • Composition Book – NOT spiral notebook (this will also stay in the classroom)


General Student Needs: It is not necessary to have a separate set of these items for this class.  These are just universal student supplies that I would expect them to have with them.


  • Pencils
  • Highlighters
  • Blue ink pens
  • Scissors
  • Glue sticks
  • Colored Pencils
  • Hand held sharpener
  • College ruled binder paper



  • Disinfectant Wipes
  • Tissue




20% = Independent Reading: Independent Reading Logs/ Quick Writes / Graphic Organizers

20% =Writing: Academic Writing / Writing Prompts / Journals / Projects

40% = Class Tasks: Real Book Pages / Reading Counts Quizzes / Workshop Tests / Core Lit Quizzes and Tests

20% = Computer Program Scores



  • Unfinished classwork
  • READ! Every student will have an “independent reading” book that they read in class and at home as necessary to stay on track with their individual goals.  Students are graded according to meeting individual book deadlines, quality of “quick write” or graphic organizer for each book, and success on the Reading Counts quiz for each book. 


Classroom Rules:

These three simple rules cover most classroom offenses.

  1. Arrive on time and prepared for class.
  2. Conduct yourself in a positive, respectful way towards staff, other students, and yourself.
  3. Take responsibility for your actions.


Your actions = Your consequences