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The Credit Recovery courses are set up to resemble the standard Lincoln Interactive classes. Students have access to all course content. The only required assignments in these courses are the Mid-Unit Quizzes, Unit Exams, and the Final Exam. Any additional assignment completed outside of the required will calculate into the overall score of the course.
English 9 Part 1 introduces learners to elements of literature from classic to modern times using the genres of fiction and nonfiction. Through reading, learners will develop skills in literary analysis and interpretation by establishing knowledge of literary elements such as plot and setting, character, narrator and voice, tone and mood, and symbolism and irony. Learners will also gather knowledge regarding form, style, and persuasion within nonfiction works. Skills for strengthening vocabulary, grammar, and mechanics will be examined as well, and lessons focusing on the stages of the writing process will be evaluated. Learners will demonstrate their knowledge through a variety of assessments. These assessments will include an examination of setting and characterization, writing narratives, and writing a persuasive essay.
It is recommended that students successfully complete English 8 or equivalent course work before enrolling in this course.