English 20

English Language Arts 20-1 (5 Credits)

  • Designed for students to become actively involved with literature, using effective strategies for appreciation understanding and critical response
  • Students practice effective writing, using a variety of techniques and styles to suit the purpose and audience
  • Students speak clearly and effectively in a group and for an audience
  • Students evaluate, use and appreciate visual communication
  • Students listen actively for theme, ideas and details, being aware of the purpose of the communication
  • This course prepares students for the demands and focus of ELA 30-1

English Language Arts 20-2 (5 Credits)

  • Designed to study literature that fulfills a variety of goals, including reading for information, for understanding, for appreciation and for enjoyment
  • Student focus is on communication skills using a variety of purposes and audiences
  • Students understand and evaluate the message and the components that create the message in visual communication 
  • Students use the active process of listening to evaluate the spoken message, being aware of the tone, purpose and validity of spoken communication 
  • This course prepares students for the demands and focus of ELA 30-2

English Language Arts 20-4 (5 Credits)

  • Designed for students who are developing understanding of formal and informal texts
  • Students continue to develop more mature reading strategies for a variety of texts
  • Students work toward clear expression of ideas
  • This course prepares students for the demands and focus of ELA 30-4
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