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English 10 A/B

Learning Outcomes

English 10A

The first semester of 10th Grade English is a literature survey class. The class covers literary terminology, vocabulary building, test taking strategies, and several literary genres. This semester, we will utilize literature to focus on three central questions: Is there a difference between reality and truth? Can progress be made without conflict? What kind of knowledge changes our lives? The course is written to Common Core standards and will challenge students to critically think about literature. Students will involve themselves in self-assessment as well as in teacher guided practice and assessment throughout the class.

The literature of the class includes selections from Nobel Prize in Literature winners and Pulitzer Prize winners. Among the authors and poets included in the class are: Ray Bradbury, W.W. Jacobs, Maya Angelou, Langston Hughes, Sandra Cisneros, Rachel Carson, Anton Chekhov, O. Henry, Leo Tolstoy, Edgar Allen Poe, Rudolfo Anaya, Mark Twain , James Thurber, and Elie Wiesel.

English 10  B

The second semester of 10th grade English is a literature survey class. The class covers literary terminology, vocabulary building, test taking strategies, and several literary genres. This semester, we will utilize literature to focus on three central questions:

• Does all communication serve a positive purpose?
• To what extent does experience determine what we perceive?
• Can anyone be a hero?

The course is written to Common Core standards and will challenge students to critically think about literature. Students will involve themselves in self-assessment as well as in teacher guided practice and assessment throughout the class.

The literature of the class includes selections from Nobel Prize in Literature winners and Pulitzer Prize winners. Among the authors and poets included in the class are: Alexander Pushkin, Federico Garcia Lorca, Elizabeth Bishop, Rudyard Kipling, Gabriela Mistral, Gwendolyn Brooks, Umberto Eco, Emily Dickenson, Yusef Komunyakaa, Eve Merriam, Langston Hughes, John McCrae, Carl Sandberg, Bei Dao, Henrik Ibsen, William Shakespeare, and Lorraine Hansberry to name a few.

All courses are written to California Department of Education
standards and to national standards, as applicable.

This course has also been updated to the Common Core Standards.