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Literary Nonfiction (English 7 Reading)
You will learn how to describe the structural and substantive differences between an autobiography or diary and a fictional adaptation of it.
Summarize Informational/Expository Text (English 7 Reading)
You will learn how to evaluate a summary of the original text for accuracy of the main ideas, supporting details, and overall meaning
Make Inferences in Informational/Expository Texts (English 7 Reading)
You will learn how to use different organizational patterns as guides for summarizing and forming an overview of different kinds of expository text while distinguishing factual claims from commonplace assertions and opinions.
Synthesize Ideas in Informational/Expository Text (English 7 Reading)
You will learn how to synthesize and make logical connections between ideas within a text and across two or three texts representing similar or different genres and to support the findings with textual evidence.
Evaluate Graphics in Informational/Procedural Text (English 7 Reading)
You will learn to explain the function of the graphical components of a text and evaluate graphics for their clarity in communicating meaning and achieving a specific purpose.
Evaluating and Interpreting Media (English 7 Reading)
You will learn how to interpret messages and various techniques in media and evaluate how media influences or informs audiences.
How to Write a Personal Narrative (English 7 Writing)
You will learn prewriting strategies in order to write with a clearly defined focus for your narrative.
Making Conjectures About Quadrilaterals
Given examples of quadrilaterals and their component parts, the student will use explorations and concrete models to prove a quadrilateral is a parallelogram, rectangle, square, or rhombus using opposite sides, opposite angles, or diagonals.
Write a Personal Narrative (English 7 Writing)
You will write a personal narrative that has a clearly defined focus and communicates the importance of or reasons for actions and/or consequences.
Making Conjectures About Other Polygons
Given information about the properties of polygons, students will verify theorems about the relationships, including the sum of interior angles, and apply these relationships to solve problems.
Monologues and Soliloquies (English I Reading)
You will be able to recognize monologue and soliloquy and explain how they function in a play.
Isolated Scenes and Plot Support (English II Reading)
You will be able to analyze various scenes in several works of fiction to see how those scenes affect the plot as a whole.
Distinguish Between Summary and Critique (English II Reading)
You will be able to summarize a text and distinguish between a summary and a critique, identifying nonessential information in a summary, and unsubstantiated opinions in a critique.
Thesis in an Interpretive Response (English II Writing)
You will be able to write an essay that contains a clear thesis statement.
Parallelism of Details (English I Writing)
You will learn strategies for evaluating and revising an essay so that similar grammatical structures in sentences, phrases, and paragraphs are parallel.
Allusion (English III Reading)
In this lesson, you will be able to find the allusions in a text, and discuss the role allusions play in helping you understand the text.
Investigating and Applying Dimension Changes: Area
The student will describe the effects of changing one or more dimensions on the area of a figure.
Applying Triangle Congruence Relationships
Given congruent triangles, the student will justify and apply triangle congruence relationships.
Making Conjectures About Similar Figures
Given problem situations involving similar figures, the student will use and extend similarity properties and transformations to explore and justify conjectures about the given figures.
Syntax (English I Reading)
You will be able to evaluate the author's syntax and its impact on the meaning of a text.