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EStudents will be able to write paragraphs and essays using basic rhetorical patterns.

EStudents will be able to analyze and understand readings.

EStudents will increase their vocabulary.@

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@This class is a continuation of Reading and Writing 1 and 2; the primary objectives of this class are to develop the studentsf reading and writing skills as well as increase their vocabulary levels.  The same reading and writing skills that are taught in the preceding classes will also be taught.  Reading texts will emphasize academic and professional texts and the skill necessary to understand them. Activities will include practice to reinforce the studentsf grammatical accuracy.  Students will continue to analyze different types of writing and practice basic rhetorical patterns for writing essays of three to five paragraphs.  Vocabulary study and activities will help students master intermediate level vocabulary.

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1. Explanation@ΰ–Ύ

2. In-class composition@Žφ‹Ζ’†‚Μ‰Ϋ‘θμ•Ά

3. Unit 1: Color Me Pink@“Η‚έ•¨@Color Me Pink

4. Unit 1: Paragraph (topic sentence, supporting sentences, concluding sentence)

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5. Unit 1: Writing a topic sentence@μ•Ά@ƒgƒsƒbƒNEƒZƒ“ƒeƒ“ƒX‚Μ—ϋK

6. Unit 1: And the Lucky Number Isc@“Η‚έ•¨@And the Lucky Number Isc

7. Unit 1: Parts of an Essay (introduction, body, conclusion)

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8. Unit 1: Creating an essay outline@ƒGƒbƒZƒC‚ΜƒAƒEƒgƒ‰ƒCƒ“

9. Unit 2: Thanksgiving@“Η‚έ•¨@Thanksgiving

10. Unit 2: Chronological order@ŽžŠΤŽ²‚Ι‰ˆ‚Α‚½•ΆΝ

11. Unit 2: Writing an introduction about an important occasion@μ•Ά@sŽ–‚πΠ‰ξ‚·‚ι

12. Unit 2: Hop to It! @“Η‚έ•¨@Hop to It!

13. Unit 2: The conclusion@Œ‹‚Ρ

14. Unit 2: Writing an introduction and conclusion about a local custom or event

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15. Unit 3: Personality Revealed@“Η‚έ•¨@Personality Revealed

16. Unit 3: Using the transitions for example and for instance

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17. Unit 3: Writing an example essay about someonefs personality

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18. Unit 3: Pets to the Rescue@“Η‚έ•¨@Pets to the Rescue

19. Unit 3: Using the transition such as@such as ‚Μ—p–@

20. Unit 3: Writing an example essay about good health choices

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21. Unit 4: The Sherpas@“Η‚έ•¨@The Sherpas

22. Unit 4: The descriptive essay@•`ŽΚ

23. Unit 4: Describing people@μ•Ά@l•¨•`ŽΚ

24. Unit 4: The Life of George Washington Carver

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25. Unit 4: The narrative essay@ΰ˜b‘Μ

26. Unit 4: Writing a narrative essay about someonefs life story

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27. Grammar Review@•Ά–@‚Μ•œK

28. Vocabulary Review@Œκœb‚Μ•œK

29. In class composition@Žφ‹Ζ’†‚Μ‰Ϋ‘θμ•Ά

30. Units 1 4 Written Examination@•œK‚Ζƒ†ƒjƒbƒg1-4 •M‹LŽŽŒ±

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