Grade 10 ELA NOW by YH95e8

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									Assignment 1 Learning Outcomes                                         Performance Scale
                                                                       0 1 2 3 4 Final
In this assignment, did you . . .
• demonstrate your willingness to try a new form
(business letter) and formal language level (1.1.3)                                    0
• identify goals you have set for your language arts
learning (1.1.5)                                                                       0
• connect ideas about the learning process to what you
have learned about yourself (1.2.1)                                                    0
• make connections between ideas about the learning
process and your experiences (1.2.3)                                                   0
• connect to your prior experiences and knowledge
(2.1.1)                                                                                0
identify strategies you use to learn from text (2.1.2)                                 0
• use formal language appropriate to your audience
(your tutor/marker) (2.3.3)                                                            0
• combine ideas from your understanding of the
learning process and your own experiences as shown
in your lesson work to focus on your topic of seeing
yourself as a learner (4.1.1)                                                          0
• use correct letter format with an introduction, body,
and conclusion in the body of the letter (4.1.3)                                       0
• review your own draft of the letter and determine
what improvements are required in terms of the
information you provide about yourself as a learner,
the proper use of the business letter format, and use
of formal language (4.2.1)                                                             0
• include the changes you made to improve the final
product (4.2.2)                                                                        0
• follow letter format, correctly using margins and
spacing, for legibility (4.2.3)                                                        0
• use appropriate words and sentence structure to
enable the reader to understand the information
provided in the letter (4.3.1)                                                         0
• follow Canadian spelling conventions (4.3.2)                                         0
• use correct capitalization and punctuation (4.3.3)                                   0
• demonstrate how well you worked with your peer
editor to arrive at a revised and polished formal
business letter about yourself as a learner (5.1.1)                                    0
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Assignment 2-1 Learning Outcomes                                       Performance Scale
                                                                       0 1 2 3 4 Final
In this assignment, did you . . .
• demonstrate your willingness to try to create a new
form (1.1.3)                                                                           0
• demonstrate your understanding of the selected
subject being introduced (2.2.2)                                                       0
• use the introduction as an appropriate way to connect
to your audience to achieve your purpose (2.3.1)                                       0
• use words and sentence patterns, and sound effects
and music to achieve your purpose (2.3.4)                                              0
. enable your audience to understand more about your
subject because of the form and techniques used
(2.3.5)                                                                                0
• show that you found information from another source
(3.2.4)                                                                                0
• integrate the information you gathered from another
source (3.3.2)                                                                         0
• demonstrate your ability to combine ideas about the
subject from the original memoir or article and
additional information you gathered (4.1.1)                                            0
• follow an organizational outline and provide
descriptive details; provide an opening statement,
body of information, and ending statement of
welcome (4.1.3)                                                                        0
• present enough detailed information on your selected
subject (4.2.2)                                                                        0
• use a variety of sentence patterns and sound effects to
create the effect you intend (4.2.4)                                                   0
• demonstrate your ability to use voice factors to
communicate effectively (4.4.2)                                                        0
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Assignment 2-2 Learning Outcomes                                       Performance Scale
                                                                       0 1 2 3 4 Final
In this assignment, did you . . .
• show that you have experimented with various forms
of expression (1.1.3)                                                                  0
• use language, visuals, and sound effects suitable to
your audience (2.3.4)                                                                  0
• communicate ideas about yourself to enhance
audience understanding (2.3.5)                                                         0
• demonstrate your ability to combine ideas from your
own personal experience to focus on your topic of
presenting yourself (4.1.1)                                                            0
• use a form appropriate to the content, audience, and
purpose (4.1.2)                                                                        0
• use an organizational structure that engages and
sustains audience interest (4.1.3)                                                     0
• present enough detailed information on your topic of
presenting yourself (4.2.2)                                                            0
use a variety of visuals, sounds, and language (4.2.4)                                 0
• show your willingness to experiment with a variety
of devices like diagrams, sound effects, etc. to help
your audience better understand what you are
presenting (4.2.5)                                                                     0
• demonstrate your ability to use voice factors to
communicate effectively (4.4.2)                                                        0
• demonstrate how well you worked with your peer
editor to create a polished final presentation (5.2.1)                                 0
• reflect/ discuss your cultural and societal influences
(5.2.2)                                                                                0
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Assignment 3-1 Learning Outcomes                                       Performance Scale
                                                                       0 1 2 3 4 Final
In this assignment, did you . . .
• explore both your partner's and your own ideas,
opinions, and responses to the story (1.1.1)                                           0
• demonstrate that your opinions are supported with
specific examples and details from the story and real
life (1.2.2)                                                                           0
• show how what you experienced while reading and
discussing the story affected your understanding and
interpretation of the characters and theme (1.2.4)                                     0
• show that you used a variety of different
comprehension strategies (such as visualizing, asking
questions, identifying key words and phrases,
summarizing) to develop an understanding of the
story (2.1.2)                                                                          0
• demonstrate that you used transitional words, titles,
and advanced organizers, and your knowledge of
story grammar, to gain information from, and
understand, the story (2.1.3)                                                          0
• demonstrate that you used context clues and your
knowledge of the purpose of short stories to
understand the story (2.1.4)                                                           0
• prove that you considered your reading partner's
ideas as you developed your own interpretation of
the story (5.2.1)                                                                      0
• explain and evaluate how the characters were
influenced by their culture/society (5.2.2)                                            0
• demonstrate how the characters challenged individual
and community values (5.2.3)                                                           0
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Assignment 3-2 Learning Outcomes                                       Performance Scale
                                                                       0 1 2 3 4 Final
In this assignment, did you . . .
• show that you took a risk and experimented with
language and visuals to communicate your
understanding of the parent-child relationship (2.3.4)                                 0
• communicate your own ideas about the parent-child
relationship and lead the viewer to this understanding
(2.3.5)                                                                                0
• use space and borders, and effective font style and
size, to improve the viewer's ability to understand the
poster (4.2.3)                                                                         0
• use effective words/phrases and
drawings/photographs to clearly communicate your
ideas about the parent-child relationship (4.2.4)                                      0
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Assignment 4 Learning Outcomes                              Performance Scale
                                                            0 1 2 3 4 Final
In this assignment, did you . . .
Process
• show that you used the ideas from your peer editor
to expand your understanding of the writing process
and your skill as a writer (1.1.2)                                          0
• demonstrate a willingness to take risks by
experimenting with creating your own characters and
story, and experimenting with the use of specific
techniques such as narrator/voice, figurative
language, dialogue, description, foreshadowing, and
the flashback (1.1.3)                                                       0
• demonstrate that what you came to understand about
the writing process built upon what you already knew
about using specific writing process strategies and
how the new knowledge helped you work your way
through each stage of the process (1.2.1)                                   0
• connect your ideas and experiences about the craft of
the short story to create your own short story (1.2.3)                      0
• show that you explored how figurative language,
descriptive details, and other techniques are used to
affect mood and to create meaning (2.2.3)                                   0
• select specific techniques and elements of story
writing, including character, conflict, story grammar,
narrator/voice, use of figurative language, dialogue,
description used to create mood, foreshadowing, and
the flashback, for specific effects and analyze their
effectiveness (2.3.2)                                                       0
• select and use words appropriate for the context of
the short story (2.3.3)                                                     0
• experiment with a variety of different language
techniques related to mood to create a specific effect
on your audience (2.3.4)                                                    0
• think about, brainstorm, and combine ideas from
your own personal experience and the experiences of
others in real-life situations to focus your short story
(4.1.1)                                                                     0
• organize your ideas following a Main Character
Chart, Character Map, Character Chart, Story
Outline, and Story Frame (4.1.3)                                            0
• read your peer editor's suggestions for improvements
and determine which improvements to apply; analyze
your own story to find areas needing improvement
(4.2.1)                                                                     0
• add details, insert techniques, and delete any material
not focussed on the development of story or character
(4.2.2)                                                                     0
• cooperate with a peer editor to improve your short
story (5.1.1)                                                               0
• work as a contributing member of the group when
discussing your short story with your peer editor
(5.1.2)                                                                     0
• think about what your peer editor has offered as
suggestions for improvement and discuss these in
terms of your purpose and intent; reflect on what else
must be done to complete the short story assignment
effectively (5.2.1)                                                         0
Product
• show that you selected specific techniques and
elements of story writing, including character,
conflict, story grammar, narrator/voice, use of
figurative language, dialogue, description used to
create mood, foreshadowing, and the flashback, for
specific effects (2.3.2)                                                            0
• demonstrate that you created an original short story
to communicate your ideas about the theme of
finding your place in the world, and demonstrate
your understanding of the short story form and
techniques used (2.3.5)                                                             0
• demonstrate that you thought about, brainstormed,
and combined ideas from your own personal
experience and the knowledge you had about the
craft of short-story writing to focus on your theme of
finding your place in the world (4.1.1)                                             0
• use story grammar effectively to engage the audience
in the reading experience (4.1.3)                                                   0
• show that you enhanced legibility by using
appropriate text features when word processing
(4.2.3)                                                                             0
• use simile, metaphor, symbol, personification,
allusion, and other figures of speech to create a
hidden message in your story related to the theme
(4.2.4)                                                                             0
• use an appropriate title and representational cover
illustration to create a means for the audience to use
reading strategies to interpret your short story (4.2.4)
• experiment with creating a biography to connect to
the audience and enhance their reading experience
(4.2.5)                                                                             0
• use appropriate words and grammatical structures to
achieve your purpose (4.3.1)                                                        0
• use Canadian spelling conventions; show that you
monitored for correctness in editing and proofread
(4.3.2)                                                                             0
• use correct rules when writing and punctuating
dialogue; use capitalization and punctuation
conventions (4.3.3)                                                                 0
• reflect your cultural values and the influences of the
greater society (5.2.2)                                                             0
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Assignment 5 Learning Outcomes                            Performance Scale
                                                          0 1 2 3 4 Final
In this assignment, did you . . .
Telephone Discussion
• demonstrate that you have expanded your interest in
novels and generate ideas about the skill of writing
novels as you shared your reactions to and
preferences for a particular novel (1.1.4)                                0
• demonstrate that what you came to understand about
the novel as a form built upon what you had already
learned and explain how it helped you interpret the
novels you read (1.2.1)                                                   0
• demonstrate that what you came to understand about
the issues presented in the novels built upon what
you already knew and explain how it helped you
interpret the novels (1.2.1)                                              0
• explain your opinions about the issues raised in the
novels and provide supporting reasons and detail,
with examples from the novels (1.2.2)                                     0
• discuss what you already knew about the issues
presented in the novels and reflect upon that
knowledge as you shared your opinions (2.1.1)                             0
• summarize and discuss to develop your
understanding of the novels (2.1.2)                                       0
• demonstrate your understanding of how novels are
structured and patterned in order to gain information
from and interpret the novels (2.1.3)                                     0
• respond on a personal level and critically to the
characters, events, ideas, and writing style of the
novels (2.2.2)                                                            0
• explore how figurative language, descriptive details,
and other techniques are used to affect mood and
create meaning (2.2.3)                                                    0
• examine how the specific elements of the novel
(including story grammar, choice of narrator/point
of view, setting, use of dialogue, conflict and
development of suspense, character development,
mood, foreshadowing, and the flashback) are used
by the writer for specific purposes (2.3.2)                               0
• think about what your tutor/marker offered as
comments and reflect upon how they compared to
your own ideas (5.2.1)                                                              0
• explain how the novels reflect cultural values and the
influences of the greater society (5.2.2)                                           0
• explain and explore how the characters in each novel
challenged individual and community values (5.2.3)                                  0
Learning Journal
• demonstrate that what you came to understand about
the novel as a form built upon what you had already
knew and helped you interpret the novels you read
(1.2.1)                                                                             0
• demonstrate that what you came to understand about
the issues presented in the novels connected to what
you already knew and helped you interpret the
novels (1.2.1)                                                                      0
• explain your opinions about the individuals and
ideas presented in the novels by providing detailed
reasons (1.2.2)                                                                     0
• make connections between your own ideas about
issues presented in the novel and your own personal
experiences when responding to and interpreting the
themes of the novels (1.2.3)                                                        0
• explore how the experiences of the characters and
your own personal experiences affect your
understanding of the themes of the novels (1.2.4)                                   0
• demonstrate that you used predicting, analyzing the
novel for structural elements, examining details of
character, generating questions, forming opinions,
identifying figures of speech and other stylistic
elements, defining vocabulary, and visualizing to
develop your understanding of the novels (2.1.2)                                    0
• demonstrate your understanding of how novels are
structured and patterned to gain information from
and interpret the novels (2.1.3)                                                    0
• show that you used what you knew about context
clues and word definitions and knowledge about the
purpose of literary fiction to gain information from
the novels (2.1.4)                                                                  0
• demonstrate that you responded on a personal level
and critically to the characters, events, ideas,
and writing style presented in the novels (2.2.2)                                   0
• explore how figurative language, descriptive details,
and other techniques are used to affect mood and
create meaning (2.2.3)                                                              0
• examine how the specific elements of the novel
(including story grammar, choice of narrator/point
of view, setting, use of dialogue, conflict and
development of suspense, character development,
mood, foreshadowing, and the flashback) are used
by the writer for specific purposes (2.3.2)                                         0
• examine how the words used by the writer are
influenced by the purpose of the novel and the
context in which the ideas are presented (2.3.3)                                    0
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Assignment 6-1 Learning Outcomes                                       Performance Scale
                                                                       0 1 2 3 4 Final
In this assignment, did you . . .
• show that you used ideas from your survey subjects
to expand your understanding of the values of peers
and friends (1.1.2)                                                                    0
• demonstrate a willingness to take risks by
experimenting with quotations and sidebars (1.1.3)                                     0
• demonstrate that you selected specific techniques of
writing news articles, including a headline, quotations
from sources, the lead, and a sidebar chart for specific
effects (2.3.2)                                                                        0
• show that you organized your information into a
chart to be used as a sidebar for your article (3.3.1)                                 0
• demonstrate that you took what you learned about
values and connected this understanding to what you
learned from your interview subjects (3.3.4)                                           0
• show that you thought about, brainstormed, and
combined ideas from the background information
you gathered by surveying and analyzing the results
to focus your news article (4.1.1)                                                     0
• organize your ideas following the inverted pyramid
style and by answering the 5Ws and How (4.1.3)                                         0
• use appropriate text features, including the use of
columns, headline, by-line, dateline, sidebar chart, and
photograph with caption when word processing
(4.2.3)                                                                                0
• use sentence patterns and vocabulary to convey the
information in the news article in an effective way
(4.2.4)                                                                                0
• show that you experimented with techniques like
quotations, sidebar charts, and photographs with
captions, headline, and three-column format to enable
your audience to better understand the information
you presented in your article (4.2.5)                                                  0
• use appropriate words and grammatical structures to
achieve your purpose (4.3.1)                                                           0
• adhere to Canadian spelling conventions and show
that you monitored for correctness in editing (4.3.2)                                  0
• use capitalization and punctuation conventions (4.3.3)                               0
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Assignment 6-2 Learning Outcomes                                       Performance Scale
                                                                       0 1 2 3 4 Final
In this assignment, did you . . .
• show that you used ideas from your peer editor to
expand your understanding of the information you
presented in your essay (1.1.2)                                                        0
• demonstrate that you organized your information
fr9m Lessons 3, 4, and 5, and created a chart to begin
drafting of your essay (3.3.1)                                                         0
• prove that you took what you have learned about
values in each lesson and connected this
understanding to what you learned about how to put
information together in an essay structural pattern
(3.3.4)                                                                                0
• show that you thought about, brainstormed, and
combined ideas from the previous lessons to focus
your essay (4.1.1)                                                                     0
• follow the Introduction, Body, Conclusion structural
pattern of the essay (4.1.3)                                                           0
• show that you used your peer editor's suggestions for
improvements and determined which improvements
to apply; show that you analyzed your own essay to
find areas needing improvement (4.2.1)                                                 0
• demonstrate that you added references, details, and
examples, deleted any material not focussed on the
topic of your essay, and inserted transitions to ensure
completeness of your essay (4.2.2)                                                     0
• use appropriate text font and size, a title, and a cover
page to enhance the understanding of your reader
(4.2.3)                                                                                0
• use simple sentences and the rhetorical question for
emphasis; use selected vocabulary that enhances the
main point of your essay (4.2.4)                                                       0
• make use of the thesis statement, transitions, the
clinching sentence, repetition for emphasis, sentence
variety, and effective word choice to convey your
main point in the essay (4.2.4)                                                        0
• use appropriate words and grammatical structures to
achieve your purpose (4.3.1)                                                           0
• adhere to Canadian spelling conventions and show
that you monitored for correctness in editing (4.3.2)                                  0
• use capitalization and punctuation conventions
(4.3.3)                                                                                0
• demonstrate that you worked with your peer editor
as a contributing partner in the group by discussing
the comments made by him/her when completing
the peer editor checklist (5.1.2)                                                      0
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Assignment 7 Learning Outcomes                               Performance Scale
                                                             0 1 2 3 4 Final
In this assignment, did you . . .
Research Process
• consider a variety of ideas as you reflected upon your
newsmaker to develop a position about your
connection to and feelings towards him/her (1.1.1)                           0
• use ideas from fiends, peers, and others to expand
your understanding of what a newsmaker is and who
would be considered a newsmaker (1.1.2)                                      0
• expand your interest in the influences of others by
sharing your preferences for certain individuals and
specific fields of study (1.1.4)                                             0
• determine whether what you came to understand
about newsmakers built upon what you already knew
and how this knowledge helped guide your research
(1.2.1)                                                                      0
• connect what you already knew about the research
process to what you were experiencing as you
brainstormed and selected a topic (1.2.1)                                    0
• connect what you learned about sources to your own
analysis and documentation of the sources you used
for your research (1.2.1)                                                    0
• explain your opinions about your newsmaker by
providing support and detailed reasons (1.2.2)                               0
• make connections between the ideas represented by
your newsmaker and your own past experience with
these ideas as you gained understanding when
responding to the information gathered during the
research process (1.2.3)                                                     0
• explore ways in which what you have come to know
about your newsmaker has changed your
understanding of him/her (1.2.4)                                             0
• create a collage to communicate what you had
learned about newsmakers, and to demonstrate your
understanding of artistic elements and how they are
used to convey ideas (2.3.5)                                                 0
• use what you already knew about newsmakers based
on your personal knowledge and interest to focus
and conduct your research (3.1.1)                                            0
• ask others for their ideas to select your newsmaker
(3.1.1)                                                                      0
• ask questions to guide your research on a newsmaker
of today (3.1.2)                                                             0
• create a plan by dividing the research task into smaller
parts and setting deadlines (3.1.4)                                          0
• plan ahead by asking questions and creating an
organizer to be used as a guide for your research
(3.1.4)                                                                      0
• select relevant personal knowledge about your
newsmaker, and determine what you knew and
thought about that person (3.2.1)                                            0
• select relevant personal perspectives to reflect upon
your newsmaker (3.2.1)                                                       0
• identify specific information sources, and determine
their usefulness as they related to your research focus
on a newsmaker of today (3.2.2)                           0
• evaluate your sources based on such factors as
relevance, currency, coverage, validity, accuracy,
reliability, authority, and bias/ objectivity (3.2.3)     0
find a minimum of four sources (3.2.4)                    0
• use a variety of different types of source material,
including print, oral, and visual formats (3.2.4)         0
• find any missing information required to complete
the research task by accessing more sources (3.2.4)       0
• read, view, and listen to the information you had
gathered, and use the organizational structures of
each text to understand the information (3.2.5)           0
• adjust your reading rate as you completed the
organizer chart you created for recording information
on your newsmaker (3.2.5)                                 0
• organize the information you found into the specific
categories used to guide your research by using the
chart created for this purpose (3.3.1)                    0
• organize the additional information into the
appropriate categories related to how you were
going to use each in your presentation (3.3.1)            0
• record in point form and in your own words the
information you found about your newsmaker
according to the categories on the organizer chart
you created for this purpose (3.3.2)                      0
• record direct quotations, paraphrase information, and
summarize main ideas (3.3.2)                              0
• document the sources you used correctly and
accurately in the form of a bibliography (3.3.2)          0
• determine whether you had gathered enough
information to answer the questions you generated
and to complete charts used for recording information
(3.3.3)                                                   0
• check information and additional materials for
relevance, usefulness, and accuracy (3.3.3)               0
• integrate additional materials you had found into
what you already had about your newsmaker (3.3.4)         0
• consider the materials you had gathered and the
information you had learned about your newsmaker
and determine whether you had reached your
research goals (3.3.4)                                    0
• draw conclusions about influences and how people
affect others, based on your understanding of your
newsmaker (3.3.4)                                         0
• work with a peer editor to determine
whether you had completed the research task
effectively, and to discuss presentation ideas (5.1.2)    0
• evaluate how your peer editor helped you with
specific stages of the research process (5.1.4)           0
Presentation
• demonstrate a willingness to take risks by
experimenting with a new or different form (speech,
journal, report, PowerPoint presentation, video
interview, docudrama, narrated documentary, or
montage/ artifact collection) (1.1.3)                        0
• show that you thought about, brainstormed, and
combined ideas from your own personal knowledge
about the topic, your strengths, and a variety of
forms to focus on your newsmaker and his/her
influence in your presentation (4.1.1)                       0
• use a form that best suits your purpose, the materials
available, your strengths, and the information you
have gathered to connect most ,effectively with your
audience (4.1.2)                                             0
• follow the specific structural pattern that matches the
form you selected; use an introduction, body, and
conclusion to connect to your audience (4.1.3)               0
• demonstrate that you read your peer editor's
suggestions for improvement and determined what
needed to be done to create a more effective
presentation; demonstrate that you analyzed your
own draft to make decisions about improvements
(4.2.1)                                                      0
• demonstrate that you added information and
materials to enhance the presentation of your
newsmaker for your audience (4.2.2)                          0
• use a cover page, headings, underlining, text boxes,
and other text features in written text to enhance the
understanding of your audience (4.2.3)                       0
• use rhetorical techniques, figurative language, visuals,
sound, dramatic elements, camera techniques, and
objects to create the effect you intend (4.2.4)              0
• demonstrate that you experimented with devices such
as sound effects, musical soundtrack, costumes and
props, photographs, diagrams, etc. to enable your
audience to better understand the information you
were presenting on your newsmaker (4.2.5)                    0
• show that you selected and used appropriate words
and grammatical structures to achieve your purpose
(4.3.1)                                                      0
• adhere to Canadian spelling conventions and show
that you monitored for correctness in editing (4.3.2)        0
• demonstrate capitalization and punctuation
conventions (4.3.3)                                          0
• prove that you presented the ideas and information
about your newsmaker to a specific audience, using
the format you have selected (4.4.1)                         0
• demonstrate that you used voice factors such as
volume, pitch, tone, enunciation/pronunciation, and
pacing to communicate effectively; that you used eye
contact, stance, and gestures to connect to your
audience (4.4.2)                                             0
• demonstrate that you worked with your peer partner
as a contributing member in the group by discussing
comments made by him/her when completing the
Draft Comment Sheet (5.1.2)                                                         0
• show that you thought about what your peer editor
had offered as suggestions for improvement, and
discussed these in terms of your purpose and intent;
that you reflected upon what else needed to be done
to complete the presentation effectively (5.2.1)                                    0
• reflect cultural values and the influences of your
newsmaker and society as a whole (5.2.2)                                            0
• explore how your newsmaker challenged individual
and community values (5.2.3)                                                        0
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Assignment 8 Learning Outcomes                             Performance Scale
                                                           0 1 2 3 4 Final
In this assignment, did you . . .
Portfolio
• demonstrate that you considered a variety of different
ideas as you reflected upon the learning evident in
the pieces you selected and Assignment 1: The Letter
to develop a position about your skills as a language
arts learner (1.1.1)                                                       0
• prove that you took risks by experimenting with new
forms - Reflective Notes, the Goal Statement and
Action Plan, the Letter of Introduction, the Cover, and
the Showcase Portfolio itself (1.1.3)                                      0
• demonstrate your interest in yourself as a language
arts learner by sharing your preferences for styles and
approaches of learning and various skills, strategies,
and processes as you wrote self-reflections on your
learning (1.1.4)                                                           0
• demonstrate that you assessed your personal
language learning skills and abilities and selected
strategies to improve your skills as a language arts
learner (1.1.5)                                                            0
• show that what you came to understand about the
processes, skills, and strategies used in language arts
built upon what you already knew, and how this
knowledge helped you come to an understanding of
the work you generated during the course and
yourself as a language arts learner (1.2.1)                                0
• make connections between the ideas about language
arts skills, strategies, processes, knowledge, and
learning and your own past experience with these
ideas as you gained understanding when selecting
and reflecting upon works that you generated during
the course and thinking about yourself as a language
arts learner (1.2.3)                                                       0
• explore ways in which what you came to know about
language arts processes, skills, and strategies has
changed your understanding of language arts, the
work you created in the course, and yourself as a
language arts learner (1.2.4)                                              0
• examine the appropriateness of various forms for
various purposes as you reflected upon each selected
piece of work (2.3.1)                                                      0
• demonstrate that you thought about, brainstormed,
and combined ideas from your own personal
knowledge about creating a final product and specific
representational forms and the purpose of specific
forms to focus on presenting yourself as a language
arts learner to your audience (4.1.1)                                      0
• use the form of the Showcase Portfolio for the specific
purposes of celebrating your achievements, focussing
on your learning, setting goals, and sharing your
knowledge about yourself as a language arts learner
with an audience (4.1.2)                                                            0
• follow a specific organizational structure for the
portfolio and use a Table of Contents that illustrates
that structure (4.1.3)                                                              0
• demonstrate that you added details and examples to
reflective notes, self-reflections, the action plan, and
the letter of introduction to enhance the presentation
of your learning to your audience for an improved
understanding of you as a language arts learner
(4.2.2)                                                                             0
• use headings, borders, underlining, text boxes, and
other text features in the final copy of the reflective
notes, self-reflections, goal statement and action plan,
letter of introduction and table of contents in order to
improve the understanding of your audience (4.2.3)                                  0
• use visuals such as designer paper, clipart, drawings,
or photographs to improve visual impact and
individualize your portfolio (4.2.4)                                                0
• celebrate your accomplishments in this course (5.2.4)                             0
Self Assessment
• demonstrate that you used ideas from your peer
partner to expand your understanding of
the effectiveness of the Showcase Portfolio in
representing your learning and insights into yourself
as a language arts learner (1.1.2)                                                  0
• show that you read your peer partner's comments
about your portfolio and determined what could have
been done to create a more effective representation of
your learning; show that you analyzed the showcase
portfolio yourself and assessed its effectiveness (4.2.1)                           0
• show that you presented your insights into your
learning and yourself as a language arts learner to a
significant person, following a specific guideline for
the sharing process (4.4.1)                                                         0
• show that you thought about your peer partner's
comments, discussed them, and reflected upon the
effectiveness of your portfolio in achieving its
purpose (5.2.1)                                                                     0
• prove that you had a positive experience when
sharing the Showcase Portfolio with a significant
person (5.2.4)                                                                      0
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Midterm A Learning Outcomes                                                Performance Scale
                                                                           0 1 2 3 4 Final
In this assignment, did you . . .
Part 1A
think about the ideas of others, as expressed in visuals and quotations,
in order to help your understanding of the theme of perceptions.
(1.1.2)                                                                                    0
think about what you already know about perceptions; you will
remember how visuals are created and how to interpret print text; you
will reflect on your own personal experiences or knowledge to further
develop your own ideas on the theme of perceptions.
(2.1.1)                                                                                    0
Part 1B
use predicting, visualizing, identifying key words and phrases, and
summarizing to develop an understanding of the poems and short story
you read.
(2.1.2)                                                                                    0
use the titles of the poems and the advance organizer (quotation) of
the short story to help interpret the texts; you will demonstrate an
understanding of organizational patterns (compare/contrast and
sequential narrative-story
grammar) to gain information from and interpret the poems and short
story.
(2.1.3)                                                                                    0
use what you know about the meaning of words and context, and
knowledge about the purpose of poems and short stories to develop an
interpretation.
(2.1.4)                                                                                    0
expand on your reading experience of different forms by reading
poems
 and a short story in this section.
(2.2.1)                                                                                    0

respond on a personal level and express your opinions about
 individuals, events, and ideas presented in the poems and short story.
(2.2.2)                                                                                    0
explore how imagery and figurative language (simile, metaphor,
 personification) bring about meaning.
(2.2.3)                                                                                    0
explain how point of view and repetition are used to create specific
 effects.
(2.3.2)                                                                                    0
Part 1C
use previewing, generating questions, and answering questions to
 develop your understanding of an excerpt from an autobiography.
(2.1.2)                                                                 0
use transitional phrases and an understanding of the organizational
 pattern problem/ solution to gain information from and interpret the
excerpt.
(2.1.3)                                                                 0
expand on your reading experience of different forms by reading an
 excerpt from an autobiography.
(2.2.1)                                                                 0
respond on a personal level and express opinions about individuals,
 events, and ideas presented in the excerpt.
(2.2.2)                                                                 0
analyze how anecdotes and examples are used to create specific
effects.
(2.3.2)                                                                 0
Part 2A

determine whether what you learned about perceptions built on what
you already knew and how it helped your understanding of the theme.
(1.2.1)                                                                 0
explain opinions about your learning experience by providing support
and detailed reasons.
(1.2.2)                                                                 0
make connections between the ideas on perceptions that were
presented and the experiences of others and yourself to gain further
understanding.
(1.2.3)                                                                 0
explore ways in which what you1ve experienced has changed your
understanding of how to interpret poem~, short stories, and
autobiographical texts.
(1.2.4)                                                                 0
Part 2B
use viewing strategies such as making connections, asking questions,
and identifying elements to develop an understanding of the
photograph you will view.
(2.1.2)                                                                 0
expand your experiences by viewing a photograph.
(2.2.1)                                                                 0
respond on a personal level and express opinions about individuals
and
 ideas presented in the photograph.
(2.2.2)                                                                 0
explore how choice of subject, postures, facial expressions, focus,
 foreground/background, etc. affect your mood and response to the
subject and
 help you interpret the photograph.
(2.2.3)                                                                 0
analyze how camera angle, colour, lighting, balance, harmony, line,
and
 shape are used in the photograph to create specific effects.
(2.3.2)                                                                 0
Part 2C
think about what you already know about writers and stereotypes; you
will remember details about autobiographical writing and bring that
knowledge to your interpretation of the personal essay to which you will
be listening; you
will reflect on your own personal experiences and knowledge to further
develop your own ideas on the theme of perceptions.
(2.1.1)                                                                    0
asking questions, identifying main ideas, answering questions, and
 summarizing to develop an understanding of the personal essay (on
audiotape).
(2.1.2)                                                                    0

demonstrate an understanding of cause/effect to gain information from
 and interpret the personal essay as an audio text.
(2.1.3)                                                                    0
expand your experiences by listening to an audiotape of a personal
 essay written by someone from a different cultural tradition.
(2.2.1)                                                                    0
respond on a personal level and express opinions about individuals,
 events, and ideas presented in the personal essay.
(2.2.2)                                                                    0
explore how word choice and sentence patterns help bring about
 meaning in the personal essay.
(2.2.4)                                                                    0

examine how point of view, anecdotes, and examples and details are
 used to create specific effects.
(2.3.2)                                                                    0
Part 2D
consider the ideas about the theme of perceptions that you have
learned,
and consider which ones to use to develop your position on a
statement about perceptions.
(1.1.1)                                                                    0
determine whether the connections you made between what you
already knew about perceptions and what you learned by
reading/viewing/listening to each particular poem, short story, excerpt,
photograph, and personal essay were
 valuable and how they helped you better understand the theme of
perceptions.
(1.2.1)                                                                    0
explain your opinions by providing support and detailed reasons.
(1.2.2)                                                                    0
make connections between the ideas presented on the theme of
 perceptions and the experiences of others and yourself to gain
understanding.
(1.2.3)                                                                    0
explore ways in which what you've experienced has changed your
 understanding of different texts and how to interpret them when
focussed on a
 particular theme.
(1.2.4)                                                                    0
Part 2E
consider the possibilities of emerging ideas from Sequences 4 and 5 to
 develop a position on a statement about perceptions.
(1.1.2)                                                                               0

determine the value of connections made between what you already
 knew about perceptions and what you learned about yourself to clarify
your
 understanding of the link between perceptions and identity.
(1.2.1)                                                                               0
make connections between the theme of perceptions and your own
 personal experiences to gain understanding.
(1.2.3)                                                                               0
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     Number                                                                                     Audiotaped     biographical     Discussion with                       Test           4: Short Story         Novel Study                                            Newsmaker                    assessed
                                                                                   Letter                                                           Promise                                                                            Article          Essay                       Portfolio
                                                                                               Introduction    Presentation     Reading Partner                                                                                                                    Presentation
                                                                                                                                                     Poster
                                         Consider the potential of
                                         emerging ideas through a variety
                                         of means [such as talking,
                                         mapping, writing journals,
1     1.1.1     Express Ideas (1.1.1)
                                         rehearsing, drafting, role-playing,                                                          0                                0                                                                                                0             0             3             0
                                         brainstorming, sketching ...] to
                                         develop tentative positions

                                      Seek and consider others' ideas
                                      through a variety of means [such
               Consider Others' Ideas as interviews, Internet discussion
2     1.1.2
                      (1.1.2)         groups, dialogue...] to expand                                                                                                                       0                                            0                0              0             0             4             0
                                      understanding

                                         Take risks in language use and
                                         experiment with language and
                  Experiment with
                                         forms of expression [such as
                   Language and
3     1.1.3
                   Forms (1.1.3)
                                         word choice, dramatic
                                         presentations, media
                                                                                     0              0                0                                                                     0                                            0                               0             0             6             0
                                         interviews...]

                                         Pursue and expand interests and
                                         ideas through sharing reactions
                                         to and preferences for particular
                Express Preferences
4     1.1.4
                      (1.1.4)
                                         texts and genres by various
                                         writers, artists, storytellers, and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 0                                                      0             0             2             0
                                         filmmakers

                                         Assess personal language
                                         learning and select strategies to
5     1.1.5       Set Goals (1.1.5)      enhance growth in language
                                         learning
                                                                                     0                                                                                                                                                                                                0             1             0
                                     Clarify and shape understanding
                                     by assessing connections
               Develop Understanding between new and prior
6     1.2.1
                       (1.2.1)       knowledge, ideas, and                           0                                                                                                     0                                                                                          0             2             0
                                     experiences

                                        Explain opinions, providing
                                        support or reasons; anticipate
7     1.2.2    Explain Opinions (1.2.2)
                                        other viewpoints                                                                              0                                                                                                                                 0                           2             0
                                         Connect ideas and experiences
                                         through a variety of means to
                                         gain understanding when
8     1.2.3     Combine Ideas (1.2.3)
                                         generating and responding to                0                                                                                                     0                     0                                                      0             0             4             0
                                         texts

                                    Explore ways in which real and
                                    vicarious experiences and
               Extend Understanding various perspectives affect
9     1.2.4
                      (1.2.4)       understanding when generating                                                                     0                                                                          0                                                      0             0             3             0
                                    and responding to texts

                                       Apply personal experiences and
                                       prior knowledge of language and
                                       texts to develop understanding
10    2.1.1    Prior Knowledge (2.1.1)
                                       and interpretations of a variety              0                                                                                                                           0                                                                                  2             0
                                       of texts

                                         Select, describe, and use
                                         comprehension strategies [such
                                         as inferring, visualizing,
                                         summarizing, recalling,
                  Comprehension
11    2.1.2
                  Strategies (2.1.2)
                                         replaying, reviewing...) to
                                         monitor understanding and
                                                                                     0                                                0                                                                                                                                                             2             0
                                         develop interpretations of a
                                         variety of texts

                                         Use textual cues [such as
                                         transitional phrases in print texts,
                                         introductions in speeches, stage
                                         directions in plays, opening
                                         scenes in films...) and prominent
12    2.1.3      Textual Cues (2.1.3)
                                         organizational patterns [such as                                                             0                                                                                                                                                             1             0
                                         compare and contrast...) to
                                         construct and confirm meaning
                                         and interpret texts

                                      Use syntactic, semantic,
                                      graphophonic, and pragmatic
                                      cueing systems [such as word
                                      order and sentence patterns;
13    2.1.4    Cueing Systems (2.1.4) connotations, word analysis,
                                      social context...) to construct and
                                                                                                                                      0                                0                                         0                                                                                  3             0
                                      confirm meaning and interpret
                                      texts

                                         Experience texts from a variety
                                         of genres and cultural traditions
                                         [such as talking circles, legends,
                 Experience Various
14    2.2.1
                    Texts (221)
                                         human interest stories, situation
                                         comedies...J; explore others'
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    0
                                         responses to texts

                                         Respond personally and
                Connect Self, Texts,     critically to individuals, events,
                   and Culture           and ideas presented in a variety
15    2.2.2
                      (2.22)             of Canadian and international                              0                                                                                                                                                                                               1             0
                                         texts

                                       Explore how language and
               Appreciate the Artistry
                                       stylistic choices in oral, print,
                      o/Texts
16    2.2.3
                       (2.2.3)
                                       and other media texts affect
                                       mood, meaning, and audience
                                                                                                                                                                                           0                                                                                                        1             0
                                       Recognize the appropriateness of
                                       various forms and genres [such
               Forms and Genres        as oral presentations, pamphlets,
17   2.3.1
                    (2.3.1)            posters...) for various audiences        0                               0   1   0
                                       and purposes

                                       Explain how various techniques
                                       and elements [such as sentence
                                       variety, sentence order, point of
                Techniques and         view, anecdotes, fade or
18   2.3.2
                Elements (2.3.2)       dissolve...) are used in oral,                               0               1   0
                                       print, and other media texts to
                                       create particular effects

                                       Recognize that vocabulary and
                                       idiom are influenced by various
                                       factors [such as cultures,
19   2.3.3     Vocabulary (2.3.3)      languages, science, media,
                                       technology...); select and use
                                                                            0               0   0                   3   0
                                       register appropriate for context

                                       Experiment with language,
                                       visuals, and sounds to create
                Experiment with
20   2.3.4
                Language (2.3.4)
                                       effects for particular audiences,
                                       purposes, and contexts
                                                                                0   0   0   0                       4   0
                                       Create original texts [such as
                                       editorials, compact disc covers,
                                       displays, essays, photographs,
              Create Original Texts    multimedia presentations...) to
21   2.3.5
                     (2.3.5)           communicate Ideas and enhance            0   0   0   0               0       5   0
                                       understanding of forms and
                                       techniques

                                       Determine inquiry or research
                                       focus based on personal
                 Use Personal
22   3.1.1
               Knowledge (3.1.1)
                                       knowledge and interests and on
                                       others' expertise
                                                                                                                    0
                                       Formulate questions to focus
23   3.1.2    Ask Questions (3.1.2)    and guide inquiry or research                                        0       1   0
                                       Collaborate to determine group
              Participate in Group
                                       knowledge base and to define
                     Inquiry
24   3.1.3
                      (3.1.3)
                                       research or inquiry purpose and
                                       parameters
                                                                                                                    0
                                       Develop and use an inquiry or
                                       research plan to access relevant
              Create and Follow a
25   3.1.4
                  Plan (3.1.4)
                                       ideas and information from a
                                       variety of sources
                                                                                                                    0
                                       Select relevant personal and peer
              Identify Personal and
                                       knowledge, experiences, and
                       Peer
26   3.2.1
                Knowledge (3.2.1)
                                       perspectives related to inquiry or
                                       research topic
                                                                                                                    0
                                      Identify and discuss the purpose
                                      and usefulness of specialized
                                      information sources [such as
                                      magazines, documentaries,
27   3.2.2   Identify Sources (3.2.2) hobby or sports materials,
                                      multimedia resources...] relevant
                                                                                                            0       1   0
                                      to particular inquiry or research
                                      needs

                                       Determine the credibility,
                                       accuracy, and completeness of a
               Evaluate Sources        variety of information sources for
28   3.2.3
                    (3.2.3)            a particular inquiry or research                                     0       1   0
                                       plan

                                       Access information using a
                                       variety of tools and sources [such
              Access Information
29   3.2.4
                   (3.2.4)
                                       as electronic networks, libraries,
                                       taped oral histories...]
                                                                                0                                   1   0
                                       Identify and use text cues and
                                       organizational patterns to
                 Make Sense of         understand main ideas and their
                  Information          relationships in extended texts;
30   3.2.5
                     (3.2.5)           adjust reading and viewing rates                                             0
                                       according to purpose, content,
                                       and context

                                       Organize information using
                                       appropriate forms [such as
                                       charts, diagrams, outlines,
              Organize information
31   3.3.1
                     (3.3.1)
                                       electronic databases and filing
                                       systems, notes...) for specific
                                                                                                    0   0           2   0
                                       purposes

                                       Information and ideas using an
                                       organizational structure
              Record information       appropriate for purpose and
32   3.3.2
                    (3.3.2)            information source; document             0                                   1   0
                                       sources accurately

                                       Evaluate information for
              Evaluate information     completeness, accuracy,
33   3.3.3
                     (3.3.3)           usefulness, and relevance                                                    0
                                       Integrate new information with
                                       prior knowledge to draw logical
                  Develop New
                                       conclusions and to refine
                 Understanding
34   3.3.4
                     (3.3.4)
                                       understanding; consider
                                       alternative ways of reaching
                                                                                                    0   0           2   0
                                       inquiry or research goals
                                      Generate and combine ideas
                                      from personal experiences and
                                      other sources to focus a topic
35   4.1.1   Generate Ideas (4.1.1)
                                      appropriate for audience and          0   0   0           0   0   0   0   6   0
                                      purpose

                                      Experiment with a variety of
                                      forms [such as reports, rum,
                                      cover letters, dramatizations,
36   4.1.2    Choose Forms (4.1.2)    visual representations, short
                                      stories...] appropriate for
                                                                                    0                   0   0   2   0
                                      content, audience, and purpose

                                      Select organizational structures
                                      and techniques to create oral,
                                      written, and visual texts; use
                                      effective introduction, well-
37   4.1.3   Organize Ideas (4.1.3)
                                      organized body, and effective         0   0   0           0   0   0   0   6   0
                                      conclusion to engage and sustain
                                      audience interest

               Appraise Own and       Appraise drafts of own work and
                 Others' Work         respond to others' drafts with
38   4.2.1
                    (4.2.1)           constructive suggestions on           0               0       0   0   0   4   0
                                      content, language use, and form
                                      Analyze and revise drafts to
                                      ensure appropriate content,
39   4.2.2   Revise Content (4.2.2)   accuracy, clarity, and
                                      completeness
                                                                            0   0   0       0       0   0   0   6   0
                                      Use appropriate text features
                                      [such as underlining,
                                      indentation, spacing, margins,
               Enhance Legibility     left and right justification...) to
40   4.2.3
                    (4.2.3)           enhance legibility for particular     0           0   0   0   0   0   0   6   0
                                      audiences, purposes, and
                                      contexts

                                      Use an appropriate variety of
                                      sentence patterns, visuals,
41   4.2.4   Enhance Artistry (4.2.4) sounds, and figurative language
                                      to create a desired effect
                                                                                0   0   0   0   0       0   0   6   0
                                  Experiment with strategies and
                                  devices [such as diagrams, sound
             Enhance Presentation effects, demonstrations ...) to
42   4.2.5
                   (4.2.5)        enhance the clarity of                            0       0   0       0       4   0
                                  presentations
                                       Select appropriate words,
                                       grammatical structures, and
                                       register [such as formal or
                                       informal vocabulary, varied
              Grammar and Usage
43   4.3.1
                   (4.3.1)
                                       sentence patterns, active voice,
                                       colloquial or formal language...)
                                                                                             0                                                                     0                               0               0                     0                                   5     0
                                       to achieve clarity and desired
                                       effect

                                       Know and apply Canadian
                                       spelling conventions for familiar
                                       and new vocabulary; monitor for
44   4.3.2       Spelling (4,3.2)      correctness in editing and
                                       proofreading using appropriate
                                                                                             0                                                                     0                               0               0                     0                                   5     0
                                       resources

                                       Know and apply capitalization
               Capitalization and
                                       and punctuation conventions to
                 Punctuation
45   4.3.3
                     (4.3.3)
                                       clarify intended meaning, using
                                       appropriate resources as required
                                                                                             0                                                                     0                               0               0                     0                                   5     0
                                       Present ideas and information
                                       using a variety of print and other
                Share Ideas and        resources and interactive
                  Information          approaches [such as
46   4.4.1
                     (4.4.1)           dramatizations. multimedia                                                                                                                                                                        0                     0             1     0
                                       presentations. photographs and
                                       slides. audiotapes...)

                                   Use appropriate voice
                                   production factors [such as pitch,
               Effective Oral and  tone, pauses...) and non-verbal
                     Visual        cues [such as gestures. stance,
47   4.4.2
             Communication (4.4.2) eye contact...] to clarify intent in                                   0            0                                                                                                                 0                                   3     0
                                   personal and public
                                   communication

                                     Demonstrate active listening and
                                     viewing behaviours [such as
                                     observing gender portrayals,
                                     inclusion and exclusion,
             Attentive Listening and
                                     stereotyping, respectful and
                     Viewing
48   4.4.3
                      (4.4.3)
                                     disrespectful portrayals...] to
                                     understand and respond to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             0
                                     presentations using a variety of
                                     means [such as small-group
                                     discussion, personal writing...)

                                   Make and encourage
                                   contributions [such as making
                                   accurate notes, exploring others'
                                   viewpoints, listening
             Cooperate with Others
49   5.1.1
                    (5.1.1)
                                   attentively...) to assist in
                                   developing group ideas; take
                                                                                             0                                                                     0                                                                                                         2     0
                                   responsibility for developing and
                                   expressing viewpoints

                                    Demonstrate effective group
50   5.1.2   Work in Groups (5.1.2) interaction skills and strategies                                                                                              0                                               0                                                         2     0
                                  Recognize and analyze how
             Use Language to Show language, symbols, and images
                    Respect       are used to include or exclude
51   5.1.3
                     (5.1.3)      people across cultures, races,                                                                                                                                                                                                             0
                                  genders, ages, and abilities

                                       Evaluate own and others'
                                       contributions to group process
                 Evaluate Group
52   5.1.4
                 Process (5.1.4)
                                       and provide support where
                                       needed
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         0                                   1     0
                                       Consider various ideas, evidence,
              Share and Compare
                                       and viewpoints to expand
                  Responses
53   5.2.1
                    (5.2.1)
                                       understanding of texts, others,
                                       and self
                                                                                                                       0      0                                                      0                                                   0                     0             4     0
                                     Identify and examine ways in
             Relate Texts to Culture which texts reflect cultural and
54   5.2.2
                     (5.2.2)         societal influences                                                               0      0                                    0                 0                                                   0                                   5     0
                                       Discuss ways in which texts
                                       convey and challenge individual
              Appreciate Diversity
55   5.2.3
                    (5.23)
                                       and community values and
                                       behaviours
                                                                                                                              0                                                      0                                                   0                                   3     0
                                       Use effective language and texts
                                       [such as organizing
               Celebrate Special
                                       commemorative events, making
                  Occasions
56   5.2.4
                    (5.2.4)
                                       videos to celebrate events...] to
                                       celebrate special community
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             0
                                       occasions and accomplishments


                                       Total
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                                       Cumulative Percentage                              0.00%          0.00%         <==   0.00%   <==     #VALUE!           #VALUE!           #VALUE!         #VALUE!          <==                #VALUE!               #VALUE!

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