Course Details

Subject:
English

Instructor:
Katie Rice

Recommended Grade Level:
10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade

Course Credits:
1 Credit

Prerequisites:
English 9

Offered Online:
Summer

Delivery:
Online

CGHS Course Number:
EN211


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English 10, Semester 1

English 10 is both a continuation and enrichment of the concepts students in English 9. Students use literary interpretation, analysis, comparisons, and evaluation to read and respond to representative works of historical or cultural significance appropriate for Grade 10 in classic and contemporary literature balanced with nonfiction. Using the writing process, students will read, analyze, and produce narrative, responses to literature, expository, and argumentative compositions, research reports, and descriptive writings. Students will be expected to apply standard English conventions, such as grammar, mechanics, and manuscript form. The writing and projects conducted in this course will be supported by research and technology to employ and enhance 21st Century Skills.

Diploma
Fulfills an English/Language Arts requirement for the General, Core 40, Core 40 with Academic Honors and Core 40 with Technical Honors diplomas

Requirements

Students must have access to a reliable computer with consistent internet access, a preferred word processing software/app (Google Docs, Microsoft Word, Pages on the iPad, or Open Office if you prefer a free, PC-based alternative), video/voice recording capabilities, and a tool that will allow you to annotate PDFs.  In addition to internet/Canvas access, students will need a copy of Harper Lee’s novel To Kill a Mockingbird. It is also suggested that students have a one-subject notebook to keep written notes in.  Students will be required to attend an orientation session.  This will be offered both during school and on one of the first days of summer.

Final Exam

There is no on-site final exam required for this course. In lieu of an on-site final exam, students will demonstrate mastery of skills through a summative writing project


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