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Advanced 9
Advanced Written Communication 3

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Look at the charts, were you surprised by the information. Why or why not?
What do you think the title means?
How would you like to have school at home?
Is technology good or bad?
Take it or leave it
Eat to Live or Live to Eat?
The grass is always greener...
Begin your portfolio with
a
Table of Contents
Prepare 6 sections:
Vocabulary Log
Classwork
Research/Homework
Writings
Journal Entries
Miscellaneous


1)
Vocabulary Log
a) new word + part of speech
b) dictionary definition
c) dictionary example
d) your own example ( a sentence using the new word in your own sentence)
e.g. Give up (v.) the act of quitting.
He gave up smoking.
I wanted to quit, but my friend told me not to give up.


3)
Research/Homework
Grammar sections are typically assigned as homework since they are mostly a review and most of the class time is devoted to writing.
A reflection paragraph is required for research- write one personal reaction paragraph about your research or findings.
Add any activities assigned from North Star Lab: Focus on Reading, Academic Skills (A&B) from the units covered in this course (Compulsory).
4)
Writings + Final Copy

Include pre-writing (brainstorms, charts, etc.) and rough drafts ( in the final copy highlight the points covered in each unit such as grammar, vocabulary, and other expressions or tips)
ALP Portfolio
Rules
Please speak English only
Be on time
Do your homework
Grades
Writing 1|Writing 2|Writing 3|ALP|Mid Term|Final
4
3
3
4
3
3
Your Project Grade will be based on your writing portfolio
Your writing portfolio will contain writing done inside and outside of class (including homework).
Please do all assignments
including homework
as
it will be part of your grade
We will be doing process writing throughout the course. Avoid being absent since preliminary writings are factored into your grade (not just the final draft)
The mid term exam will be on the ninth day of class.
The final exam will be on the seventeenth day of class.
2)
Classwork
( include activities that were not completed in class due to lack of time such as Express Opinions and Synthesize)
5)
Journal entries
(daily entries) each entry should contain
half
of a page
single
spaced.
Include your personal thoughts and reasons for those thoughts about the subject you write about.
6) Miscellaneous
The section will include handouts, notes, etc. that do not fit into the other sections.
Portfolios will be collected three times. Each collection will be worth one point. If your portfolio is late, you will lose half a point for that check. Also, if the portfolio is incomplete (this includes journals and homework), you will lose half a point. Assignments done the day of the collection are not considered for these collections unless otherwise stated by me. Be sure to have a table of contents and labeled section divisions as they are also considered in the completeness of your portfolio.
Direct & Indirect Speech
A.K.A. Quoted & Reported Speech
What are the differences between direct and indirect speech you know?
He said, "I will do it tomorrow."
He told me that he would do it the next day.
Writing a classification essay
Think of the topic
Think of categories within the topic
Think about subcategories within each category
Transportation
Public
Private
Bus, Train, Subway
Car, Truck, Bicycle, Private aircraft
Commercial
Truck, Train, Ship, Commercial aircraft
Using Parallel Structure
I like to dance, blue, and soft.
I like to dance, swim, and play soccer.
I like blue and green but not purple.
I like toys that are soft, fluffy, and huggable.
Slow Food
What is slow food?
What is fast food?
How are the two readings similar?
Vocabulary/grammar
Phrasal verbs
Phrasal verbs are verbs that contain more than one word, usually a verb and an adverb or preposition. (the adverbs or prepositions do not function as adverbs or prepositions but only serve as a particle of the verb.
Transitive
Intransitive
Subject

verb
particle

object
.* (some)
Subject

verb
object

particle
.
Subject

verb

object pronoun

particle
.
Separable
Inseparable
Subject

verb
particle

object
.
Subject
verb
particle

object pronoun
.
Subject
verb
particle
.
I

picked
up

the phone
.
I

picked

the phone

up
.
I

picked

it

up
.
I

showed
up
.
I

ran
into

my old friend
.
I
ran
into

him
.
Be careful!
Some phrasal verbs can change meaning when separable or inseparable.
I
can
see

through

it
. It's transparent.

I
can
see

it

through
. I will finish the project.
Narrative essay
Taking notes
The Slow food movement suggests that you go to restaurants that specialize in local, regional cuisine. They state, "When traveling, eat what and where the locals eat." Do you follow this advice?
What interesting food-related experience have you had while traveling?
Clear topic and thesis (double underline thesis)
Effective details and support
Effective transition words/time referents to show a clear sequence of events (underline) x3 min
Variety of sentence length
Effectively explain why the experience was interesting
Phrasal verbs (circle) x3 min
Vocabulary (circle) x5 min
Why take notes before a writing?
Past Perfect
First event
Second event or Specific time
past perfect
Usually
simple past
or
By(time)
.
, .
I had forgotten his name when I saw him again.
When I saw him again, I had forgotten his name.
I had forgotten his name by the time I saw him again.
By the time I saw him again, I had forgotten his name.
As soon as I had forgotten him name, I saw him again.
Before I saw him again, I had forgotten his name.
Be careful with
when
!
When I got home, it had rained.

When I got home, it rained.
Which happened first?
What do you notice about the grammar?
Future Progressive
will +
(
not
)+
be + base-ing

be +
(
not
)
+ going + to +

be + base-ing
I
will

be studying
tonight. I
will

not

be watching
T.V.

I
am going to

be studying
for my English class.
I
am

not

going to

be checking
my Facebook.
Subordinators, Prepositional Phrases, and Transitions
because, since, as... give us the cause
I got in trouble because I didn't clean my room.
Since I didn't clean my room, my parents won't let me go out tonight.
I am cleaning my room now as I want to go out tomorrow.
consequently, as a result, for this reason, therefore, thus... give us the effect
Combine sentences using "
;
" AND "
,
".
I'm not going out tonight; consequently, my girlfriend is upset.
Or, two sentences.
I'm not going out tonight. For this reason, my girlfriend is upset.
Be careful with "so." Only us a comma.
I'm not going out tonight, so I won't see my friends.
Outline
*example
I. Intro
A. Background:
B. Thesis:
II. Negative effects
A. Effect Primary
1. Reason one
a. effect secondary
1. effect tertiary
III. Effect (counter argument)
A. Reason
1. example
B. Reason
1. explanation
IV. Positive effects
A. Effect
B: Effect
1. Reason
a. secondary effect
V. Conclusion
A. Restate thesis/ final opinion

Create an outline using your flow chart
(Modify your outline to fit YOUR information)
Final draft
Thesis has a clear topic and controlling idea double underline
Follow your outline
*
Effective support and details/examples
Effective/thought provoking conclusion
Future progressive
2x minimum underline
Vocabulary
5x minimum circle
Charting
Comparison/contrast
Point Object 1 Object 2
1. + +
2. - -
3. + -
etc.
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