English Language Arts B10
ELA B10 is an issue-oriented course that is organized around the human concerns facing contemporary society. The two main issue-based themes in this course are “Equity and Ethics” and “The World Around and Within Us.” The aim of the Saskatchewan ELA curriculum is to help students understand and appreciate language, and to use it confidently and competently in a variety of situations for learning, communication, work, life, and personal satisfaction.
DAY 1: Take some time to browse through the course so that you become familar with the course and how to navigate. Be sure to read over all of the introductory material which includes the “Syllabus,” “Course Overview and Procedures,” “General Introduction,” “Equity and Ethics Introduction,” “The World Around and Within Us Introduction,” “Rubrics and Marking Keys,” “Reference Pages,” and “Links.”
Course Information / Credit Recovery Units
MODULE ONE (Justice and Fairness):
DAY 2: Complete the “Academic Integrity Quiz” and the “Introductory Assignment” Forum.
MODULE TWO (Rights and Responsiblities):
DAY 27 – 43: Of Mice and Men: Complete the before, during and after reading assignments for Chapters One to Six of the novel.
MODULE THREE (Choices and Responsibiities):
DAY 76: Complete summary sheet strategy for Shakespeare.
MODULE FOUR (The World Around and Within):
DAY 116: Complete all work for “The Geese Over the City.”