Classroom: English 4
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- Credit hours:
- Martha Abdullah, AIUHS General Teacher, AIUHS Roxana Candela, Hellen Soriano
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- AIU HS
Within the British Literature course, conducting researching skills learned in English 1-3 will ready learners to survey epic poems, plays, poetry, novels, historical documents and speeches. Decoding, reflecting, and assimilating and presenting print and non-print text encapsulates English 4. Not only does this class offer critical thinking skills for synthesis of Old English, but it readies each student with a lifelong quest for Cultural connection and fortitude. Besides developing skilled writers wherever the need arises in future professions, each learner will triumph an unbiased, articulate, creative original "spin” on a sundry of topics within the course, which will instill a lifelong practice of like respect for various perspectives.
- Course objectives:
No matter how difficult the controversial issue, students in English IV will not only verbalize a mission statement to solve the problem, but will utilize language that "moves” and "incites” the listener.
- Assess and interpret various arguments to arrive at a unique reasoning based on evidence.
- Coupling detail with realistic motivational sequences, write an imagined narrative with stellar technique.
- While employing various nuances in word meanings, generate an original figurative depiction of a timely event.
- Recognize effective syntax that gives an author his/her specific authentic style.
LessonLesson 1: Emotive Language
LessonLesson 2: Motivations
LessonLesson 3: Hyperbole
LessonLesson 4: Epiphany
LessonLesson 5: Themes
LessonLesson 6: Utopia
LessonLesson 7: Character Traits
LessonLesson 8: Creative Nonfiction
LessonLesson 9: Research Tips
ExamExam: Exam Lesson 10 | Blocking