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High School English II for Credit Recovery

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The purpose of this course is to provide grade 10 students who have not passed English II an opportunity to recover the course credit. This course uses texts of high complexity, integrated language arts study in reading, writing, speaking, listening, and language for college and career preparation and readiness.

Segment One

Module 01 - Plot structure

  • Point of view
  • Alternate plot structures
  • Conflict and characterization
  • Tone and irony
  • Connotation and denotation
  • Figurative language, imagery, and diction
  • Narrative writing
  • Punctuation errors
  • Phrases and clauses

Module 02 - Author's purpose

  • Evidence to support analysis of a text
  • Summarize the central idea
  • Analyze how an author develops central idea
  • Oral history
  • Credible sources
  • Research process and strategies
  • Internal and external citations
  • Write thesis statement in response to a prompt
  • Write an effective introduction
  • Plan and write well-developed body paragraphs
  • Parallel structure, apostrophes, and commonly confused and misused words
  • Write an effective conclusion
  • Synthesize writing into a complete expository essay that uses direct quotations, research, and transitions effectively

Segment Two

Module 03 - Analyzing literature

  • Theme
  • Suspense techniques in literature and film
  • Types of phrases
  • Sentence variety
  • Persuasive appeals
  • Rhetorical devices
  • Nonfiction reading strategies
  • Vocabulary development
  • Author's development of ideas
  • Author's purpose and point of view
  • Support analysis with evidence from the text
  • Write and present a film critique

Module 04 - Argumentation

  • Claims and counterclaims
  • Appeals to logic, emotion, and ethics
  • Logical fallacies
  • Analyze an argument
  • Evaluate persuasive speeches
  • Analyze character, theme, and an author's choices
  • Analyze different representations of the same scene
  • Write an effective argument