Crucible Vocabulary Test Link
Practice SAT questions
Readings: Short Stories, Novels, Plays, Poetry, and Non-Fiction (Essays, Articles, Reviews, etc.)
Reading Quizzes on Assigned Reading
Daily, Informal, Prompted Writing Assignments (in class and for homework, checked for completion)
Time Provided for Editing/Drafting Bi-Weekly Formal Writing Assignments (word-processed, graded on structure, development, mechanics and tone) with
Emphasis on Participation (answering and asking questions, reading out loud, discussing material, working in groups and partnerships)
Mid-term and Final (based on class material, but also on English 11 Common Core Regents format, so that students are familiar with the test before entering 11th grade)
Students should maintain one notebook (or section in a loose-leaf binder) in English 10 for notes, informal writing, and quizzes. A flash drive is helpful for formal writing assignments, so students can work on their papers at home and in school.
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