English 7, Semester A

Edmentum
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0.5 Unit
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English Language Arts
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Grades: 7

English is the study of the creation and analysis of literature written in the English language. In English 7A, you will explore different elements of fiction such as theme, characters, setting, and plot. You will also improve your writing by developing skills required for academic writing. You will evaluate how change affects society and an individualÕs personal growth by analyzing various informational texts. In addition, you will conduct a group discussion on the topic of change. In the latter part of the course, you will examine various poetic devices and elements of drama. You will also compare a dramatic text to its film version. In the final unit, you will analyze elements of writing such as tone, audience, purpose, and structure in informational texts.

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Oklahoma Subject Code: 1114

Course Provider Contact: Rick Perkins Ð Academy Director | counselor@edmentum.com | 866-890-8153

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