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Language Arts/ Literature / French
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*No online component for Vocabulary
---> INSTEAD students can review on http://quizlet.com/lisle202 . Be sure to go to Book II.
Language Arts Period 1 & 2
"Why is a Raven like a Writing Desk?" ~ The Hatter
This course is designed to further improve the students’ mastery of the English language. Drills of language skills are reviewed and reinforced. Particular attention is focused on the functions of words in various types of sentences, the use of dialogue, and the nuances of argument and counter-argument. This will aid the students to develop more interesting sentences in their narrative, argumentative, and informative/explanatory compositions. Students are placed according to ability (see appendix).
Course Overview:Course Syllabus
=====> Daily Global Grammar
In Language Arts, we try to start every day with a DGG. Instead of correcting sentences, we correct the mistakes around us: poorly constructed sentences on signs, barely slang billboards, ghastly spelling on blog posts and unfortunate usage misuse. Students can receive 1 extra credit point for each mistake they find around them. They must take a photo of the mistake and turn a copy of it into me to count. I will take these mistakes and use them for our DGG and for our wall of misuse.
=====> If you like grammar mistakes, you'll love this book: Poor Grammar
Literature Period 5 & 8
"What is the use of a book without pictures or conversations?" ~ Alice
This course stresses reading strategies, such as building on prior knowledge, predicting outcomes, organizing information, drawing conclusions, making inferences, and summarizing. Students practice these higher-level techniques by reading and discussing a variety of non-fiction, poetry, short stories and novels. Additionally, students will indentify significant literary techniques, such as plot design, conflict, characterization, setting and theme. Students are placed according to ability (see appendix).
Course Overview (5th Period): Syllabus AT
Course Overview (8th Period): Syllabus
======>Accessing your on-line Literature Book
- McDougal Littell Literature (Red Book) *New Code Included
======>Poetry and Prose Terms
======>Fight in the Arena
"Perhaps it doesn't understand English," thought Alice.
"I daresay it's a French mouse, come over with William the
Conqueror." ~ Alice
Paris, France Montreal, Canada Martinique French Alps
On-line Text Book Link
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|Tex's French Grammar|