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Santa Clause MONICA HIGH SCHOOL ENGLISH

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WHO ARE WE?

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ENGLISH TEACHERS

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WHAT DO WE TEACH?

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"Far reaching ENGLISH" READING SKILLS BOOKS WRITING SKILLS TYPES OF WRITING RESEARCH SPEAKING CREATIVE WRITING LINKS TO OTHER SUBJECTS LINKS TO THE REAL WORLD

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READING SKILLS A couple tests: How to utilize Latin roots to make sense of new word How to "stamp up" a content. The most effective method to perceive and translate an illustration. Step by step instructions to identify incongruity.

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BOOKS Balance amongst old and new, between the "standard" and the multicultural, amongst men and ladies. Parity amongst fiction and genuine Outside Reading programs Summer Reading "A book is a "work of art" not on account of it\'s old, but rather on the grounds that it\'s generally new."

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WRITING SKILLS A couple tests: Using ink, full name, accurately promoted title. Differing the length and structure of sentences. Utilizing elegant moves amongst thoughts and passages. Giving particular proof and illustrations

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TYPES OF WRITING ESSAYS ABOUT LITERATURE AUTO/BIOGRAPHICAL NARRATIVE PERSUASIVE ESSAYS RESEARCH ESSAYS RESEARCH/PERSUASIVE ESSAYS S.A.T.- STYLE ESSAYS JOURNALS READING LOGS OTHER "Written work TO-LEARN"

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RESEARCH 9 TH - 12 TH GRADE SEQUENCE OF RESEARCH AND DOCUMENTATION SKILLS BEGINS NEXT YEAR The object of this expansion to our educational programs is to set up our understudies for a standout amongst the most widely recognized sorts of school composing.

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SPEAKING Class lessons & discourses Reports, ventures, recitations, readings Socratic workshops

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CREATIVE WRITING LINKED TO LITERATURE AND/OR UN-LINKED

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LINKS TO OTHER SUBJECTS 9 th grade - English and Freshman Seminar 10 th grade – English and World History 11 th grade – English and American History 12 th grade – English and Philosophy, Psychology, Sociology, History, Cultural Studies, Sports

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LINKS TO THE REAL WORLD Assemblies – e.g., Downbeat 720 Nights at the theater & other field trips Correspondence with different parts of the U.S. what\'s more, different nations, similar to Russia The California Lit field trek to Steinbeck nation Every day in each class of each English educator

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WHAT ARE THE SPECIFIC ENGLISH COURSES TAUGHT?

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Should my youngster take school prepare or respects/ap?

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Do english instructors help understudies with their own announcements for school applications?

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Yes, it\'s our approach: In all senior English classes, both elective and AP, there\'s a unit on composing the school individual proclamation, finished in early fall before application due dates.

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When\'s the way out exam, and how would you plan understudies for the dialect expressions segment?

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The Exit Exam (CAHSEE) is next Tuesday and Wednesday, March 17 and 18. Tenth-grade instructors have state-arranged books to use with their classes to get ready understudies. Furthermore, our normal 9 th and 10 th grade educational programs is adapted to the principles that are tried by the Exit Exam.

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How does the english office help battling understudies?

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HELP WITH ENGLISH WORK ELD succession Tutorial squares Freshman Seminar obstructs After-school coaching programs House intercession programs Individual educator consideration outside of class hours CAHSEE prep

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Are you stuffy early english instructors down with the most recent innovation?

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Indeed we are! . . . Elmo/Laptop/Projector Homework & freebees on-line Turnitin.com Wikis Blogs

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What books would it be a good idea for me to get my kid to peruse?

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WHATEVER WILL ACTUALLY GET READ! Any book your tyke WILL really read is a decent book to get into their hands. On the off chance that your tyke will read works of art or other top notch books, incredible! Be that as it may, don\'t demand quality on the off chance that it demoralizes perusing! Make perusing fun, simple, and maybe functional. Some frequently disregarded classifications that engage secondary school understudies are: GRAPHIC NOVELS (COMIC-BOOK STYLE) HUMOR SCARY/HORROR/SUSPENSE/MYSTERY BOOKS OF QUOTES OR OTHER "Little BITES" SHORT AND SHORT STORIES BOOKS WITH MOVIE TIE-INS CELEBRITY BIOGRAPHIES – SPORTS, MUSIC, TV/MOVIES SELF-HELP BOOKS POETRY OR NOVEL-IN-VERSE FICTION BOOKS THAT ARE "Underneath STUDENT\'S LEVEL" BILINGUAL BOOKS

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