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English 10 by Mind Map: English 10
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English 10

Writing

Grammar

Parts of Speech, Nouns, Pronouns, Verbs, Adjectives, Adverbs, Prepositions, Conjunctions, Interjections

Basic Sentence Parts, Subject and Predicate, Complements and Objects

Phrases and Clauses, Prepositional, Appositive, Verbal, Ind. + Dep. Clause, Adjectival, Restrictive + Nonrestictive

Effective Sentences, 4 Functions, Sentence Combining, Sentence Length, Fragments and Run-ons, Misplaced + Dangling Modifiers, Faulty Parallelism, Faulty Coordination

Usage

Verb Usage, 6 tenses, Principal parts, Regular and Irregular, Conjugation, Correct use of tenses, Subjunctive Mood, Voice

Pronoun Usage, Case, Special Problems

Agreement, Subject - Verb Agreement, Pronoun - Antecedent Agreement, Special Problems

Using Modifiers, Degrees of Comparison, Make clear comparisons

Misc. Problems, Negatives, Double Negatives, Common Usage Problems

Mechanics

Capitalization, First words, Quotations, Proper Nouns and Adjectives, Letters and Titles

Punctuation, End Marks, Commas, Semi-Colons, Colons, Quotation Marks, Underlining, Italics, Hyphens, Apostrophe, Parentheses and Brackets, Ellipses, Dash, Slashes

You, the writer

Why? What?

Where? How?

Reflecting

Types of Writing

Genre and Forms

Nonfiction

Fiction

Poetry and Description

Exposition

Persuasion

Literature Reponse

Research

Workplace

Writing for the Media

Multimedia

Reflecting

The Writing Process

Traits

How to read rubrics

Prewriting

Drafting

Revising

Editing

Publishing

Sentences, Paragraphs, and Compositions

Strong writing

Literary Devices

Essays

Nonfiction Narration

Autobiographical

Fiction Narration

Mystery

Poetry and Description

Sonnet

Free Verse

Exposition

Compare and Contrast

Persuasion

Op-Ed

Literature Response

Research Writing

Informational

Workplace Writing

Instructions

Memo

Business Letter

Reading

Fiction and Nonfiction

Theme

Central Idea

Making Predications

Cause and Effect

Autobiography

Analyzing Media Messages

Short Stories

Character

Plot, Setting, Theme

Making Inferences

Draw Conclusions

Types of Nonfiction

Point of View

Purpose

Word Choice and Tone

Rhetorical Mode

Main Idea

Persuasion

Poetry

Figurative Language

Imagery

Tone

Paraphrasing

Reading Poetry Correctly

Drama

Conflict

Character

Sumamrizing

Themes

Comparing

Social and Cultural Context

Comparing Worldviews

What we read

Fiction, Sci-Fi / Fantasy, The Hunger Games, Brave New World, Ender's Game, Leviathan, The Maze Runner, Gothic / Horror, Dracula, Frankenstein, Dante's Inferno, The Turn of the Screw, Ancient / Historical, Monkey: Journey to the West, The Epic of Gilgamesh, The Book Thief, The Song of Roland, Drama / Coming-of-age, The Bell Jar, Animal Farm, Bleak House, Flowers for Algernon, Mystery, And Then There Were None

Nonfiction, Red Scarf Girl, Hiroshima, Night, Maus

Drama, Midsummer Night's Dream

Poetry, Lots!

Technical, Woe Is I

Short Stories, Lots!

Vocabulary Study

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