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ELD III-IV- Week One

Printable Version - Week One Learning Board (in PDF)

High School

ELD III/IV

 

Week 1: March 30 - April 3

Learning Objectives: Students will be able to:

·        Determine the author’s point of view and purpose for writing a text.

·        Delineate and evaluate an argument.

·        Write arguments to support claims with clear reasons and relevant evidence.

Reading & Writing

What Kids Should Know About the Coronavirus

Read the article and then click on activities and complete one.

Celebrating Differences Complete one activity at the end of the article.

Future of Zoos Complete one activity at the end of the article.

 

Writing Skills: IXL

Z1 Type of Sentence

Z5 Complete Sentence or Not

Z6 Complete Sentence or Run-on

Remember to complete each level at 100%.

Grammar

Please complete the following worksheets by writing your answers on a separate piece of paper.

First Conditional Worksheet

Second Conditional Worksheet A

Second Conditional Worksheet B

Listening:  YouTube Videos

Parts of an Argument

Four Tips for Writing an Argument

Structuring an Argumentative Essay

Virtual Fieldtrip/Writing

Take a tour and pick one exhibit and write an argument explaining why it is the best exhibit (see Listening /YouTube Videos section for help).

American Museum of Natural History

The High Museum of Art

The Smithsonian Museum

Language Arts: IXL

K1 Identifying a Thesis Statement

K2 Fact or Opinion

K3 Choose Evidence to Support a Claim

K4 Identify Supporting Details

Remember to complete each level at 100%.

Vocabulary

delineate – describe something precisely with accuracy and detail

evaluate – to make a judgment about something based on evidence you gathered from analysis (analyzing a piece of text, for example)

author's point of view - how the author is presenting the text; what is the perspective of the author is presenting

author's purpose - the author’s reason or intent for writing

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