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HS11LAL01000HS11-LA-L.01.00.0Recognize the elements of parallelism in context of their own writing.
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HS11LAL02000HS11-LA-L.02.00.0Recognize/correct inconsistent shifts in verb tense and pronoun-antecedent agreement in sentence flow and structure.
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HS11LAL03000HS11-LA-L.03.00.0Recognize nonrestrictive and parenthetical elements.
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HS11LAL04000HS11-LA-L.04.00.0Consistently apply the rules of grammar and usage in their own writing and when proofreading.
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HS11LAL05000HS11-LA-L.05.00.0Consistently apply the rules of mechanics/spelling in their own writing and when proofreading.
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HS11LAL06000HS11-LA-L.06.00.0Continue practice with timed ACT English tests.
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HS11LAR01000*HS11-LA-R.01.00.0*Use the components to write a persuasive research paper. (topic, preliminary thesis, bibliography cards, working works cited page, preliminary outline, notecards, final thesis/outline, paper).
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HS11LAR01A0*HS11-LA-R.01.A.0*Generate topic/thesis that answers a question or solves a problem
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HS11LAR01B0HS11-LA-R.01.B.0Clearly narrow the focus of what the analysis will cover. Consider if the subject of the document is interesting and complex enough to warrant full analytical treatment.
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HS11LAR02000*HS11-LA-R.02.00.0*Research materials from a variety of sources.
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HS11LAR02A0HS11-LA-R.02.A.0Evaluate applicable primary/secondary sources for propaganda, timeliness, reliability, etc.
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HS11LAR02B0HS11-LA-R.02.B.0Synthesize multiple primary/secondary sources on the subject.
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HS11LAR03000*HS11-LA-R.03.00.0*Use MLA style when writing a research paper including the use of bibliography cards/lists, note-taking, possibly an annotated bibliography, outline, works cited, parenthetical citations, etc.
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HS11LAR04000*HS11-LA-R.04.00.0*Recognize plagiarism and understand the ethical importance of proper source documentation.
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HS11LAR04A0HS11-LA-R.04.A.0Employ proper parenthetical citation to avoid ethical problems such as plagiarizing.
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HS11LARI01000HS11-LA-RI.01.00.0Determine connotative and denotative meanings of words and phrases.
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HS11LARI01A0*HS11-LA-RI.01.A.0*Determine meaning of words or phrases using context clues (definitions, restatements, examples, descriptions, comparison-contrast, clue words, cause-effect) from sentences, paragraphs, and longer passages.
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HS11LARI01B0HS11-LA-RI.01.B.0Determine meaning of complex words through structural analysis, using roots, prefixes, and suffixes.
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HS11LARI01C0HS11-LA-RI.01.C.0Discriminate between connotative and denotative meanings to recognize the subtleties of an author’s word choice.
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HS11LARI02000HS11-LA-RI.02.00.0Analyze, interpret, and evaluate the elements of messages projected in various media (videos, pictures, web sites, artwork, plays and /or news programs.
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HS11LARI02A0*HS11-LA-RI.02.A.0*Independently identify characteristics of informational text (expository, technical, and persuasive) through
a. Supporting details
b. Theme
c. Voice
d. Intertextual connections
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HS11LARI02B0HS11-LA-RI.02.B.0Understand the purpose of typographic clues and uses such features to analyze, synthesize, and evaluate their validity.
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HS11LARI02C0HS11-LA-RI.02.C.0Use prior knowledge, content, and typographical clues
a. to make, to revise, and to confirm predictions,
b. To make inferences
c. To draw conclusions
d. to determine where the text leaves matters uncertain.
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HS11LARI02D0*HS11-LA-RI.02.D.0*Generate and respond logically to inferential, literal, evaluative, synthesizing and critical thinking questions.
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HS11LARI02E0HS11-LA-RI.02.E.0Analyze and evaluate how authors use text structure (sequence, problem-solution, comparison-contrast, description, cause-effect) to help achieve their purposes.
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HS11LARI02F0*HS11-LA-RI.02.F.0*Analyze and identify how an author’s style, rhetoric, and literary devices work together to achieve his or her purpose.
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HS11LARI02G0HS11-LA-RI.02.G.0Identify the author’s position in a persuasive text, describe techniques the author uses to support that position (bandwagon approach, glittering generalities, testimonials, citing authority, statistics, other techniques that appeal to reason or emotion), and evaluate the effectiveness of these techniques and the credibility of the information provided.
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HS11LARI02H0*HS11-LA-RI.02.H.0*Distinguish between fact and opinion in advertising and the media and recognize bias and stereotypes in a variety of mediums.
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HS11LARI02I0*HS11-LA-RI.02.I.0*Recognize propaganda (advertising, media, politics, warfare), bias, and stereotypes in a variety of mediums.
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HS11LARL01000HS11-LA-RL.01.00.0Locate and interpret basic facts and draw subtle, logical conclusions in more challenging passages
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HS11LARL01A0HS11-LA-RL.01.A.0Locate subtle details in challenging passages
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HS11LARL01B0HS11-LA-RL.01.B.0Utilize paraphrase and summary as a way to draw logical conclusions from a passage
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HS11LARL02000HS11-LA-RL.02.00.0Identify central ideas and themes in American Literature and religious texts
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HS11LARL02A0HS11-LA-RL.02.A.0Identify and infer central ideas in complete works
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HS11LARL02B0HS11-LA-RL.02.B.0Recognize how two or more texts from the same period treat similar themes or topics
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HS11LARL03000*HS11-LA-RL.03.00.0*Identify complex characters and their development over the course of a text
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HS11LARL03A0HS11-LA-RL.03.A.0Identify and describe different types of characters (protagonist, antagonist, static, dynamic, round, and flat).
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HS11LARL03B0HS11-LA-RL.03.B.0Identify and analyze the conflicts that advance character development and/or relationships among characters
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HS11LARL03C0HS11-LA-RL.03.C.0Analyze the motivation behind a character's actions as it advances the plot and develops the theme
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HS11LARL04000HS11-LA-RL.04.00.0Analyze how the choice of a specific word or phrase shapes meaning or tone
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HS11LARL04A0HS11-LA-RL.04.A.0Interpret the use of literary and poetic elements (similes, metaphors, analogies, hyperbole, onomatopoeia, personification, idioms, imagery, symbolism, satire, sarcasm, irony, allusion, alliteration, and paradox)
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HS11LARL05000HS11-LA-RL.05.00.0Analyze how an author's choices concerning how to structure a text, order events within it, and manipulate time, create an overall mood or aesthetic impact
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HS11LARL05A0HS11-LA-RL.05.A.0Analyze how flashback and foreshadowing can advance the plot
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HS11LARL05B0HS11-LA-RL.05.B.0Analyze how a frame story may parallel the primary plot
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HS11LARL06000*HS11-LA-RL.06.00.0*Recognize point of view and purpose
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HS11LARL06A0HS11-LA-RL.06.A.0Identify a clear purpose and how that purpose shapes content and style
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HS11LARL06B0HS11-LA-RL.06.B.0Recognize the various points of view (first person and third person limited and omniscient)
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HS11LARL07000HS11-LA-RL.07.00.0Independently generate and respond logically to inferential, literal, and critical thinking questions before, during, and after reading
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HS11LARL07A0*HS11-LA-RL.07.A.0*Analyze historical, societal, and cultural influences on characters and events in the literary work.
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HS11LARL07B0HS11-LA-RL.07.B.0Recognize ways that literature from different cultures presents similar themes across genres.
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HS11LARL07C0*HS11-LA-RL.07.C.0*Compare and contrast works of literature that deal with similar topics and problems as well as life experiences.
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HS11LASL01000HS11-LA-SL.01.00.0Speak with clarity, employ vocalization techniques, use visual aids and technology that enhance presentation, and read audience clues.
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HS11LASL02000HS11-LA-SL.02.00.0Prepare, organize, and deliver various types of oral presentations (e.g., impromptu, informative, dramatic, discursive); develop an awareness of personal speech behaviors in formal and informal use, and actively engage in academic discussions.
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HS11LASL03000HS11-LA-SL.03.00.0Actively listen for enjoyment, for information, and for directions and critically listen to summarize and evaluate communications that inform, persuade and entertain. Listen to evaluate the validity and reliability of the speaker’s message.
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HS11LAW01000HS11-LA-W.01.00.0Understand and use types/modes of writing: narrative, descriptive, expository, persuasive.
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HS11LAW01A0HS11-LA-W.01.A.0Use apppropriate and varied transitions to link the major sections of the text, create cohesion, and clarify the relationships among complex ideas and concepts.
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HS11LAW01B0*HS11-LA-W.01.B.0*Analyze, synthesize, and respond critically to literature in order to support and develop a thesis
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HS11LAW01C0HS11-LA-W.01.C.0Brainstorm to generate ideas by using visual media, discussion, free writing, and graphic organizing.
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HS11LAW01D0HS11-LA-W.01.D.0Prewrite, draft, respond, revise, and edit written work
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HS11LAW01E0*HS11-LA-W.01.E.0*Write with a knowledge of audience, purpose, and tone with consistent voice
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HS11LAW01F0HS11-LA-W.01.F.0Enhance writing using figures of speech, analogies, and more sophisticated vocabulary
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HS11LAW01G0HS11-LA-W.01.G.0Re-write; employ clear, concise, and grade-appropriate language, limiting conversational language; prepare a final draft of written work
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HS11LAW02000HS11-LA-W.02.00.0Use a variety of creative responses to understand and respond to literature
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HS11LAW03000HS11-LA-W.03.00.0Use technology to produce, publish, and update individual or shared writing.
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