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Online Learning Secondary
Inspiring Learning
English Language Arts B10

Prerequisite: ELA 9A and 9B


Description: ELA 10B explores identity (diversity of being), social responsibility (degrees of responsibility) and social action (justice and fairness). The concepts in this course provide students with a deeper understanding of themselves, their constructed worlds, nature, and how they can become agents of change. Course will use foundational stories, poetry, non-fiction/fiction novels and the play Macbeth.
Outcomes will explain what students will learn and will specify the skills, strategies, abilities, and understandings students are expected to be able to demonstrate. This course provides opportunities for students to view, listen, read, speak, write, and use other forms of representing such as visual or multimedia. This course provides opportunities for inquiry learning, social responsibility, personal agency (acting to make something better) and self-reflection.
Resource List:
    By: William Shakespeare
    ISBN-13: 978-0-7747-1480-8


  •  Fiction and Non-Fiction Novel (students will be required to purchase or borrow from the public or school library two novels from a list of choices given at the start of the course)
Additional Requirements:
E-Mail - that handles attachments
Current Browser (Java Enabled)
Internet Access
Adobe Acrobat Reader
Word Processor Software
    {Preferred Software - Microsoft Office}
Flash Player, Shockwave Player and Windows Media Player