***ASSIGNMENTS ARE POSTED IN GOOGLE CLASSROOM.***
YOU MUST CREATE AN ACCOUNT AND JOIN MY CLASS FOR THE FOLLOWING:
- COMMON LIT
- GOOGLE CLASSROOM
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Google Classroom Enrollment Information:https://classroom.google.com/It is necessary for every student to join the correct Google Classroom to access assignments.
- To sign in, use your Amphi student email address [studentIDnumber]@student.amphi.com
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Turnitin.com Enrollment Information:
Everyone should be enrolled, but here are the IDs/Enrollment Key just in case. If you joined class second semester, you will need to create an account if you don't already have one. If you do, just join my class (the period you are in).
Period 2: Class ID: 21855310: Enrollment Key: Rouille
Period 3: Class ID: 21855347: Enrollment Key: Rouille
Period 5: Class ID: 21855368: Enrollment Key: Rouille
Period 6: Class ID: 21855378: Enrollment Key: Rouille
Common Lit Enrollment Information:Go to https://www.comonlit.org/en/user/login
Click on Sign Up
Click on I Am a Student
Enter the following class code:
English 10 - Period 2 – Class Code RKJWVR
English 10 - Period 3 - Class Code 5YPN9Q
English 10 - Period 5 - Class Code NDYV7G
English 10 - Period 6 - Class Code EVP63N
Fill out the boxes of required information
Click on Set up Accountm and You're In!!
Enter the following class code(s):
English 10 - Period 2 – SAT Prep Class Code HS8TT8D7
English 10 - Period 2 - Grammar Class Code TA2NZFT2
English 10 - Period 3 - SAT Prep Class Code DWTYREQD
English 10 - Period 3 - Grammar Class Code 26VRCQUG
English 10 - Period 5 – SAT Prep Class Code NV3SPTGN
English 10 - Period 5 - Grammar Class Code K9F7HCVX
English 10 - Period 6 – SAT Prep Class Code 5ZRKXTEY
English 10 - Period 6 – Grammar Class Code JJJZ67F8
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Prerequisites: English 9
This course focuses on the writing process, from pre-writing to revision, with an emphasis on narration, persuasion, workplace writing, and expository essays. Students will read, discuss, and analyze selected poetry, short stories, novels, drama, and nonfiction. Vocabulary development and preparation for standardized testing is emphasized.