English 10 - ENG210
In this course students will make predictions and inferences, while providing textual evidence to comprehend a fictional story. Students will identify theme, point of view, and comprehend famous short stories with strong themes. Descriptive essays will be created and organization of writing will be assessed along with conventions and specific focus on a topic. The second half of the course focuses on comprehending nonfiction texts through excerpts written on Japanese internment camps. Students will utilize textual clues to make predictions on words, and identify the use of figurative language. Summarizing and finding the main idea will complement the nonfiction reading strategies provided. Students will be assessed on their ability to write an argumentative paragraph following a specific format, while drawing from persuasive techniques learned previously. Please download a copy of the syllabus for a full course description.
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- Semester: Semester 1
- SKU: ENG210-5
- Category: English