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Posted by: Bridget Murphy
Assigned:  Tuesday, 21 January 2020, 4:01 PM
Grade:  Grade 4
Course:  

Language

Description:  

Read each night for 20 minutes.

Due Date:  26 June 2020
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Posted by: Janet Campbell
Assigned:  Tuesday, 21 January 2020, 5:54 PM
Grade:  Grade 7
Course:  

ELA 7

Description:  

Below is a list of the terms studied thus far in the ELA 7 course.

 

Alliteration, Allusion, Analogy, Antagonist, Assonance, Atmosphere, Audience, Author, Ballad, Belief, Bias, Blog, Character (static, dynamic, flat, round), Characterization, Coherence (transitions), Coherence (connectives), Comparison, Complex Sentences, Compound Sentences, Conflict, Connotations, Contemporary Realistic Fiction, Contrast, Conventions, Creative Writing, Critical Literacy, Critique/Critiquing, Deconstruction, Declarative Sentence, Denotation, Description/Descriptive Writing, Dialect, Dialogue, Diction, Dramatic Irony, Elegy, Essay (narrative, descriptive, expository), Essay Structure (3 parts), Expository Writing, Evidence, Fantasy/Science Fiction, Features of Text (text features), Fiction, Figurative Language, Flashback, Foreshadowing, Form, Free Verse, Genre, Group Discussion, Historical Fiction, Hyperbole, Hypertext, Imagery (visual, auditory, olfactory, gustatory, tactile), Inferring/Inference, Information Literacy, Information Texts, Interrogative Sentences, Irony, Layout, Listening, Literal Meaning/Literal Language, Literary Devices, Literary Elements, Media Texts, Media Literacy, Metaphor, Monologue, Mood, Multimedia, Narrator, Narrative Writing, Non-fiction, Onomatopoeia, Oral Presentation, Personification, Perspectives, Persuasive Writing, Plagerism, Plot (Exposition, Complication, Climax, Falling Action, Resolution), Poetic Device, Poetry, Point of View (First Person, Third person, Limited, Omniscient), Prejudice, Print Texts, Proofread, Prose, Protagonist, Publish, Pun, Purpose, Repetition, Rephrasing, Respond Critically, Revise/Revision, Rhyme, Rhythm, Run-on Sentence, Sarcasm, Sentence Fluency, Sentence Fragment, Setting, Simile, Simple Sentence, Stereotype, Suspense, Symbolism, Text, Theme, Tone, Tragedy, Tragic Flaw, Tragic Hero, Understatement, Voice, Autobiography, Biography, Caption, Collage, Composition, Coordinating Conjunctions, Edit/Editing, Euphemism, Exclamatory Sentence, Expressive or Personal Writing, Fluency, Imperative Sentence, Juxtapose.

 

Due Date:  23 June 2020
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Posted by: Janet Campbell
Assigned:  Tuesday, 21 January 2020, 6:01 PM
Grade:  Grade 11
Course:  

English 2201

Description:  

Here is a list of the terms that have been covered thus far in English 2201.

 

Alliteration, Allusion, Assonance, Cacophony, Climax, Conflict, Diction, Euphony, Figurative Language, Genre, Imagery, Literal Meaning, Metaphor, Mood, Narrator, Onomatopoeia, Personification, Ballad, Elegy, Epic Poem, Free Verse, Lyric Poem, Narrative Poem, Ode, Plot, Poetic Device, Sonnet, Refrain, Repetition, Rhythm, Rhyme, Meter, Setting, Simile, Speaker, Stanza, Stereotype, Suspense, Symbolism, Theme, Tone, Act, Action, Aside, Chorus, Comic Relief, Dialogue, Motivation, Prologue, Scene, Screenplay, Script, Soliloquy, Stage Directions, Stereotype, Tragedy, Tragic Hero, Atmosphere, Verbal Irony, Dramatic Irony, Situational Irony, Purpose, Foreshadowing, Suspense, Character Types (Round, Flat, Static, Dynamic), Characterization, Foil, Antagonist, Complication, Eulogy, Flashback, Motif, Paradox, Protagonist, Pun, Audience, Comparison, Context, Contrast.

Due Date:  23 June 2020
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Posted by: Janet Campbell
Assigned:  Wednesday, 22 January 2020, 1:33 PM
Grade:  Grade 12
Course:  

English 3201

Description:  

Terms covered thus far:

Alliteration, Allusion, Antagonist, Assonance, Cacophony, Character/Characterization, Climax, Conflict, Connotation, Denotation, Diction, Figurative Language, Genre, Imagery (5 kinds), Genre, Imagery, Irony (3 kinds), Literal meaning, Metaphor, Mood, Narrator, Onomatopoeia, Personification, Poetry (ballad, elegy, epic, free verse, lyric, narrative, ode, sonnet), Point of view (1st person, 2nd Person, 3rd person, Limited, Omniscient), Purpose, Refrain, Setting, Simile, Speaker, Stanza, Stereotype, Symbolism, Thematic Statement (Theme), Tone, Topic, Rhythm, Rhyme, Repetition, Poetic Device, Meter (Iamb), Plot (Introduction, Rising Action, Climax, Falling Action, Resolution), Act, Action, Aside, Chorus, Comic Relief, Dialogue, Motivation, Prologue, Scene, Screenplay, Script, Soliloquy, Stage Directions, Stereotype, Tragedy, Angle, Asymmetry, Background, Balance, Colour, Composition, Contrast, Dominant Image, Focal Point, Focus, Font, Foreground, Frame, Lighting, Line, Panel, Perspective, Proportion, Scale, Shadow, Symbol, Symmetry, Caricature, Collage, Comic Strip, Editorial Cartoon, Graphics, Photo Essay, Poster, Print, Storyboard, Coherence, Unity, Foreshadowing, Suspense, Character Types (Flat, Round, Static, Dynamic), Characterization, Foil, Antagonist, Complication, Eulogy, Flashback, Motif, Paradox, Protagonist, Pun, Audience, Comparison, Context, Contrast, Atmosphere, Dramatic Irony, Verbal Irony, Situational Irony, Purpose.

Due Date:  23 June 2020
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Posted by: Janet Campbell
Assigned:  Wednesday, 22 January 2020, 3:14 PM
Grade:  Grade 11
Grade 12
Course:  

Environmental Science

Description:  

Read pages 258-271.  We will be completing the mini-lab when classes resume after midterm exams.

Due Date:  22 January 2020
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Posted by: Janet Campbell
Assigned:  Wednesday, 22 January 2020, 3:18 PM
Grade:  Grade 11
Grade 12
Course:  

Environmental Science

Description:  

This homework was assigned on Monday, January 20th, 2020.

Read pages 253-255 of the text.

Answer questions 1-3 on page 256.

Due Date:  21 January 2020
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Posted by: Janet Campbell
Assigned:  Wednesday, 22 January 2020, 3:22 PM
Grade:  Grade 11
Grade 12
Course:  

Environmental Science 3205

Description:  

This homework was assigned on January 21st, 2020.

Read pages 256-257 of text.

Answer questions 1-5 on page 257.

Due Date:  22 January 2020
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Posted by: Trina Myles
Assigned:  Friday, 24 January 2020, 4:47 PM
Grade:  Grade 6
Course:  

Science 6

Description:  

Quiz on Flight Unit

Due Date:  3 February 2020
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Posted by: Trina Myles
Assigned:  Friday, 24 January 2020, 5:45 PM
Grade:  Grade 6
Course:  

Science 6

Description:  

Flight Animal Adaptation Assignment

Due Date:  4 February 2020
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Posted by: Trina Myles
Assigned:  Friday, 24 January 2020, 5:47 PM
Grade:  Grade 6
Course:  

English Language Arts 6

Description:  

Read 20 minutes each night.

  • Record pages read in your Reading Log.
  • Submit Reading Log to your teacher daily.
Due Date:  24 June 2020
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