11th Grade

Welcome 11th grade parents and students, this list below is of the goals to aim for the year. I’m also providing free printable version.

Reading

– Daily reading

– Log and track progress

Language Arts

– Understanding tone

– • Comparing and contrasting ideas presented in two passages

– • Understanding the use of examples

– • Recognizing the purpose of various writing strategies

– • Applying ideas presented in a reading passage

– • Determining an author’s purpose or perspective

– • Making connections between information in different parts of a passage

– • Distinguishing conflicting viewpoints

– • Being thorough; evaluating all possible answers before selecting an answer

– • Understanding difficult vocabulary

– • Understanding how negative words affect sentences

– • Understanding complex sentences

– • Recognizing connections between ideas in a sentence

– • Recognizing words that signal contrasting ideas in a sentence

– • Recognizing a definition when it is used in a sentence

– • Understanding sentences that deal with abstract ideas

– • Understanding and using words in an unusual context

– • Understanding ideas that deal with scientific ideas

– Writing

– • Being precise and clear

– • Following conventions in writing

– • Recognizing logical connections within sentences and passages

– • Understanding the structure of sentences with unfamiliar vocabulary

– • Understanding the structure of long sentences

– • Understanding the structure of sentences with abstract ideas

– • Understanding the structure of sentences that relate to science and math

– • Understanding the structure of sentences that relate to the arts

– ELA Regents

– • Paraphrasing

– • Summarizing

– • Using signal phrases to integrate paraphrase, summaries, and direct quotes

– • Reading info graphic texts

– • Essay frameworks for Session I, Part B

– • Establishing, articulating, and supporting a controlling idea

– • Analyzing the writer’s use of literary elements and techniques to develop theme

– • Linking texts, establishing thematic connections

– • Composing the Critical Lens introductory paragraph

– • Creating a Regents Review chart

– • Completing the writing process

– • Composing well-structured body paragraphs

– • Familiarizing students with the ELA Regents Essay rubrics

Math

– Pre calculus

Social Studies

– British Literature

– American history

Science

– Physics

Visual/Performance

– Dance, Music, Arts

– Drawing and Coloring

– Connect the dots

– Hands on Crafts

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