Mrs. Hannah Hassler

Phone: (972) 708-3437

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

ELAR 4-8 Certification Quality A.C.T, Irving, Texas BS - Criminal Justice, University of Northwestern - St. Paul

Mrs. Hannah Hassler

Hello,

I'm Mrs. Hassler, a 7th grade teacher her at Byrd Middle School!

I teach English and Reading Lab in Room 301B, and I love incorporating my love of youth with my passion for English on a daily basis.

As a native-Minnesotan who is now a Texas transplant, I find I am still adjusting to the brutal summers, but I love Duncanville and I am so glad to be here. I live in the community with my husband and two dogs, and in my spare time I love to read, walk, and spend time with friends and family. I'm also working on a set of short stories that I hope to one day publish - reading and writing are truly a part of my daily life!

I look forward to getting to know your children throughout the upcoming semester, and I hope to get to know parents as well.

Please feel free to call, e-mail, or drop by at any time!

Mrs. Hassler

  • 1st Period ELA - 9:00-9:55

    2nd Period Reading Lab - 9:59-10:54

    3rd Period ELA - 10:58-11:53

    (7th Grade Lunch - 11:57-12:30)

    4th Period Reading Lab - 12:34-1:32 

     

    5th Period - 1:40 - 2:20  Conference (If you are interested in a Parent/Teacher Conference during the day, please utilize this time.)

    6th Period - Professional Learning Community

    7th Period - 3:35-4:30

     

     

    Tutoring - Mondays 4:30-5:30 (Students may attend as needed, with no need to schedule in advance. Please contact me for alternate times.)

     

    Anime Club - Wednesdays 4:30-5:30 (Students will need transportation home provided by parent if they choose to attend!)

     

     

  • MINTS Capitalization

    Posted by Hannah Hassler at 10/11/2017

    Hello,

     

    Copy and paste the link below to watch a 10 minute video that covers capitalization rules, including the tricky "mom/dad" conundrum!

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6Nqwj80VtYpRV9nVURRMk1qRlE/view

     

    Thanks for watching!

    Mrs. Hassler

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  • Practice Makes Perfect - Try IXL!

    Posted by Hannah Hassler at 10/11/2017

    Hello!

     

    Copy and paste the link below to find a site that lets you practice grammar skills!

    https://www.ixl.com/ela/grade-7

     

    Enjoy!

    Mrs. Hassler

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  • Simple & Compound Sentences

    Posted by Hannah Hassler at 10/11/2017

    Hello!

     

    Copy and paste the link below to watch a video explaining simple and compound sentences, as well as the grammar rules that help us properly CREATE a compound sentence!

     

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6Nqwj80VtYpWjVCS1VNdV8wUG8/view

     

    *Hint: You can pause the video and practice identifying subjects/predicates before I walk through them if you want the extra practice!

     

    Mrs. Hassler

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  • Subjects/Predicates

    Posted by Hannah Hassler at 10/11/2017

    Hello!

     

    Copy and paste the link below to watch a short video discussing subjects and predicates:

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6Nqwj80VtYpQ2xMdkxMNkt3SW8/view

     

    Copy and paste the link below for a refresher and an online quiz to check your knoweldge! 

    http://www.myschoolhouse.com/courses/O/1/55.asp

     

    Thanks!

    Mrs. Hassler

     

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  • Parts of Speech Introduction

    Posted by Hannah Hassler at 10/11/2017

    Hello!

     

    Copy and paste the link below to watch a short video reviewing the following parts of speech: verbs, helping verbs, nouns, adjectives, adverbs, and pronouns.

     

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6Nqwj80VtYpQ2xMdkxMNkt3SW8/view

     

    Thanks,

    Mrs. Hassler

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  • Breaking Down Grammar

    Posted by Hannah Hassler at 10/11/2017

    Hello!

     

    Here is the link to my explanation of breaking down grammar questions. Please copy and paste the link to be able to watch!

     

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6Nqwj80VtYpZWc4R01LOGhjNTA/view

     

    Mrs. Hassler

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