Welcome to Ms. Ulmer’s information page.

Teaching subjects:

-Grade 7 A/B English Language Arts

-Grade 7 A/B Social Science

-Grade 7-9 English Language Learners

Please refer to this site for important updates about each of the courses.

Contact info:  

Email:  raulmer@cbe.ab.ca             Google Drive:  raulmer@educbe.ca

STUDENTS WILL FIND NOTES, ASSIGNMENTS, RESOURCES & TEXTBOOK INFORMATION THROUGH THE LINK:    D2L

About the Courses:

English Language Arts 7

·       Program of studies

·       Units of study:  The five strands of language learning (reading, writing, listening, viewing and representing) will be addressed in the context of novel studies, poetry, short stories, as well as the current Social Studies topic.  Attention will also be given to language conventions, (grammar and spelling).

Students will be evaluated based on the following stems using a 4 point scale:

  • Reads to explore, construct and extend understanding
  • Writes to develop, organize and express information and ideas
  • Manages and evaluates information and ideas
  • Constructs meaning and makes connections through speaking
  • Constructs meaning and makes connections through listening
  • Represents ideas and creates understanding through a variety of media

Social Studies 7

Students will be evaluated based on the following stems using a 4 point scale:

  • Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of citizenship and identity
  • Explores events and issues from different points of view
  • Demonstrates skills and processes for inquiry and research
  • Communicates ideas in an informed and persuasive manner

English Language Learners 

Important September Dates:

September 4- First day back! (8:30am- Grade 7s; 10:00am- Grade 8s and 9s)

September 12- Picture Day

September 20- Meet the Teacher Conferences (6:30-8:00pm)

September 21- PD day, no school

September 26- Terry Fox Run in the afternoon

Ms. Rebecca Ulmer

Welcome to Ms. Ulmer’s information page.

Teaching subjects:

-Grade 7 A/B English Language Arts

-Grade 7 A/B Social Science

-Grade 7-9 English Language Learners

Please refer to this site for important updates about each of the courses.

Contact info:  

Email:  raulmer@cbe.ab.ca             Google Drive:  raulmer@educbe.ca

STUDENTS WILL FIND NOTES, ASSIGNMENTS, RESOURCES & TEXTBOOK INFORMATION THROUGH THE LINK:    D2L

About the Courses:

English Language Arts 7

·       Program of studies

·       Units of study:  The five strands of language learning (reading, writing, listening, viewing and representing) will be addressed in the context of novel studies, poetry, short stories, as well as the current Social Studies topic.  Attention will also be given to language conventions, (grammar and spelling).

Students will be evaluated based on the following stems using a 4 point scale:

  • Reads to explore, construct and extend understanding
  • Writes to develop, organize and express information and ideas
  • Manages and evaluates information and ideas
  • Constructs meaning and makes connections through speaking
  • Constructs meaning and makes connections through listening
  • Represents ideas and creates understanding through a variety of media

Social Studies 7

Students will be evaluated based on the following stems using a 4 point scale:

  • Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of citizenship and identity
  • Explores events and issues from different points of view
  • Demonstrates skills and processes for inquiry and research
  • Communicates ideas in an informed and persuasive manner

English Language Learners 

Important September Dates:

September 4- First day back! (8:30am- Grade 7s; 10:00am- Grade 8s and 9s)

September 12- Picture Day

September 20- Meet the Teacher Conferences (6:30-8:00pm)

September 21- PD day, no school

September 26- Terry Fox Run in the afternoon

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