ENGLISH 9 AFRO ASIAN TEXT

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FIRST QUARTER

ENGLISH 9

COURSE OUTLINE

            Course Description:

This course provide an academic atmosphere that expands students’ reading and writing experiences through building the foundation for their middle school academic careers. The course will allow students to improve their reading, writing, and communication skills through various effective strategies found in the common instructional framework including persuasive talk, collaborative group work, writing to learn, literacy groups, questioning, and scaffolding. Students will encounter various genres of literary and informational texts and several styles of writing, with a particular common core emphasis placed on nonfiction texts as well as local stories writing. Students will also be encouraged and expected to integrate technology into several project-based learning activities in order to practice solving real world problems. These projects and the course as a whole will allow students to showcase their communication and critical thinking skills

I. Objectives

At the end of the first quarter, the students are expected to

  1. Express permission, obligation, and prohibition using modals
  2. Use conditionals in expressing arguments
  3. Determine the vocabulary or jargons expected of a communicative style
  4. Employ the appropriate communicative styles for various situations (intimate, casual, conversational, consultative, frozen)

II.Content

  • A. Reading/Viewing/Vocabulary
    1. Understanding Advertising
    2. Understanding Ballads
    3. Word Parts
    4. Understanding Short Stories Through their Elements
    5. The Guide to Reading Visual Texts and Advertisement
  • B. Speaking/Listening
    1. Sound of /bl/, /br/, /cl/, and /cr/.
    2. Delivering a Speech
    3. Exploring Key Concepts of Media Literacy
    4. How to Speak Extemporaneously
    5. Language and Style
    6. Quick and Easy Tips for an Effective Speech Rate
    7. Strengthening your Voice
    8. Managing Tone, Pitch, Volume, and Rate
  • C. Language/Writing
    1. Sentence Fragments
    2. The Old English Language
    3. Kinds of Sentence According to Structure
    4. Run-on Sentence
    5. Conjunctions
    6. French words in the English Language
  • D. Performance Assessment
    1. Essay
    2. Poetry Writing
    3. Interpretative Reading
    4. Delivering a Speech
  • E. Selection
    1. Beowulf
    2. The Two Corbies
    3. Ge Up and Bar the Door
    4. Christmas Carol
    5. Why Women Wash Dishes
    6. Chanticleer and the Fox
    7. The Passionate Shepherd to his Lover
    8. The Nymph’s Reply to the Shepherd

 

 III. Criteria for Criteria

Written Works                           ————————-30 %

Quarterly Assessment            ————————-20 %

Performance Task                   ——————-——50 %

                                                            TOTAL—–100 %

Prepared by:

MS. TEDDIE MEA L. GUSTAMAN

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   Date:

Meeting ID 86977109581
Topic English 9 - Braga
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Start Time Tuesday Dec 1, 2020 09:15 AM
Timezone Asia/Hong_Kong
Duration 45
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