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5 ELL 3B & 3C


West Chester Area School District


3B and 3C taken concurrently or consecutively with ELL 3A allows students the time, pacing, and practice necessary for completion of the ELL 3 curriculum. Reinforcement and extension of content area vocabulary and learning strategies occurs, as well as using the target language in academically, socially and culturally appropriate ways.


1 CREDIT Level: Expanding ELL 4A


ELL 4 focuses on refining reading, writing, and learning skills necessary for research projects, papers, PowerPoint, and other academic work. Students study advanced grammar, acquire specialized vocabulary, complete research projects, and practice extended oral discourse.


1 CREDIT Level: Bridging ELL 4B & 4C


ELL 4B and 4C taken concurrently or consecutively with ELL 4A allows students the time, pacing, and practice necessary for completion of the ELL 4 curriculum. Reinforcement and extension of content area vocabulary and learning strategies occurs, as well as using the target language in academically, socially, and culturally appropriate ways.


1 CREDIT Level: Bridging ENGLISH


ENGLISH 9 CAREER & COLLEGE PREP/HONORS 1 CREDIT English 9 includes a balanced program of reading, written or oral


response, language study, and vocabulary. Reading takes place both in and outside of class. The core curriculum emphasizes personal response to a variety of literary works. Frequent writing assignments and lessons in language study are related to the reading and include research skills. The amount and types of reading and writing, the work done outside of class, student responsibilities, and teacher expectations differ from one level of the course to another as indicated by the level descriptions. Each level expands upon the core curriculum with supplemental readings and assignments.


ENGLISH 9 ACCELERATED HONORS


Students study literature in thematic units. Daily class discussions are based on readings, and students are expected to participate by contributing relevant, constructive and probing comments and questions. Students also complete process writing assignments as well as research pieces. Vocabulary and grammar study are also required.


1 CREDIT Prerequisite: Students must have a teacher recommendation.


ENGLISH 10 CAREER & COLLEGE PREP/HONORS 1 CREDIT


Seniors are permitted to take English 11 and English 12 simultaneously in order to graduate on time.


FAILURE OF ENGLISH POLICY (SENIORS)


English 10 continues the development of communication skills emphasized in English 9 with a balanced program of reading, written or oral response, language study, and vocabulary. The core curriculum emphasizes the study of literature. Units include the reading of essays, short stories, novels, poetry, and plays. Reading takes place both in and outside of class. Frequent writing assignments and lessons in language


study build on previous competencies and include research skills. The amount and types of reading and writing, the work done outside of class, student responsibilities and teacher expectations differ from one level of the course to another. Each level expands upon the core curriculum with supplemental readings and assignments.


ENGLISH 10 ACCELERATED HONORS


Building on Accelerated Honors 9, Accelerated Honors 10 continues the study of thematic units in major literary works. Students write analytical responses to a variety of poems, short stories, and essays from the text, as well as other major literary works. Daily class discussions are based on the readings, and students are expected to participate by contributing relevant, constructive, probing comments and questions. Students complete research writing. Vocabulary and grammar study are also required.


1 CREDIT Prerequisite: Students must have a teacher recommendation.


ENGLISH 11 CAREER & COLLEGE PREP/LANGUAGE 1 CREDIT


English Career & College Prep/Language incorporates the study of key ideas and themes from the core American literature into all aspects of the course curriculum. The course includes language study, vocabulary skills, grammar/usage, and basic strategies to prepare students for college and/or employment.


ENGLISH 11 LITERATURE CAREER & COLLEGE PREP/ HONORS


1 CREDIT


English 11 Literature Career & College Prep and Honors both relate reading and writing to language and themes represented by the core literature. Students read American literature written between the early 17th Century to the present, both in and outside of class, with vocabulary and comprehension activities tailored to accommodate different needs. A major emphasis is placed on research skills, reading and writing, independent studies, student responsibility, and meeting teacher expectations. The Honors level expands upon the core curriculum with supplemental readings and assignments.


ADVANCED PLACEMENT 11: LANGUAGE & COMPOSITION 1 CREDIT


Designed to provide students with a learning experience equivalent to the introductory year of college composition work, students strive to become skilled readers of prose written in a variety of disciplines and rhetorical contexts, and skilled writers who compose for a variety of purposes, aware of the interactions among a writer’s purposes, audience expectations, and subjects. Students will develop research skills that will enable them to evaluate, use, and cite source material.


ENGLISH 12 CAREER & COLLEGE PREP/LANGUAGE 1 CREDIT


This full-year course is designed to assist students in developing reading and writing skills appropriate to grade level study and post-secondary education and career. English 12 Career & College Prep/Language relates reading and writing to the key ideas and themes in the works of British and world writers. This course includes vocabulary study, review of correct grammar and usage, and basic strategies that will prepare students for college and/or the workplace.


ENGLISH 12 CAREER & COLLEGE PREP/HONORS Seniors taking Honors or Career & College Prep literature level courses


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