English 12 courses typically cover topics that continue to develop students' mastery of writing skills, emphasizing clear, logical writing patterns, word choice, and usage. English 12 courses present students with the opportunity to write and revise critical and comparative analyses of classic and contemporary literature, literary non-fiction, non-fiction, and other genres. In English 12 courses, students will demonstrate knowledge of research techniques, including a sophisticated use of argument, evidence, and effective counter claims. English 12 courses also include supports appropriate for English learners and for students with special needs.
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5 credits (A-G) Englishh
Encore Education Corporation
Where Arts and Academics Grow Together
This course has been created and compiled by: Veteran English Teacher for Encore Education Corporation Mr. John Parker
course of English IV A has been created exclusively for students enrolled
in Encore High School. This course must be taken in conjunction with English IV B to complete the full year course. This course is graded on a
4.0 grading system. At the completion of this course, you will earn 5
credits toward UC admission requirements (with a letter grade of "C" or
better) under "B" English. Four years or 40 credits are required.
The pacing and curriculum of this course has been created using a variety of reference materials including:
1. Hamlet by William Shakespeare
2. Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte
3. Various prose readings from projectgutenberg.org
4. Various poetry selections from poetryfoundation.org
5. Various educational videos from YouTube. 6. Cyber High English 4B
Unit 1:Beowulf and Anglo-Saxon Literature
Unit 2: Literature of the Middle Ages: "The Pardoner's Tale" by Geoffrey Chaucer; "Sir Gawain and the Green Knight"; "Federigo's Falcon" by Giovanni Boccaccio; Poetry by Francesco Petrarca
Unit 3: Epic Literature: Excerpts from Le Morte d'Arthur byThomas Malory; the Iliad; the Ramayana; the Legend of Hercules
Unit 4: Literature of the English Renaissance: Hamlet and Selected Sonnets and Lyrical Poetry
Unit 5:Jane Eyre by Jane Eyre and Poetry from the Romantic Period
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