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- Average Lesson Length: 8 min
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Course SummaryCreate your own homeschool lessons with this 11th grade English course. Our short video lessons are engaging for students and help parents quickly create homework assignments and tests for their pupils.
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- Detailed video explanations for wrong answers
Why It Works:
- Quality Content: Engaging animations and real-life examples make 11th grade English topics easy to grasp for students with multiple learning styles.
- Students Learn Efficiently: The self-based course allows students to learn at their own pace.
- Save Time: Spend less time preparing lessons and more time working with your student.
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- Complete Course Library: In addition to 11th grade English, your membership includes access to a full high school homeschool curriculum and hundreds of additional courses.
- Online Dashboard: Parents and students can monitor course progress and subject mastery easily.
- Built-In Assessments: Quizzes and practice exams allow students to test their knowledge and parents to monitor mastery.
- Get Extra Support: Ask our expert English instructors any question about writing, literature, or other 11th grade English topics. They're here to help!
How It Works:
- Use the video lessons as your primary 11th grade English homeschool curriculum or as supplemental material.
- Complete each unit at your own pace.
- Watch lessons, reviewing or pausing as often as you need.
- Refer to the video transcripts to reinforce learning.
- Check understanding through lessons quizzes and unit exams.
11th Grade English Learning Objectives:
- Learn to use a variety of literary terms that apply to prose and poetry.
- Become familiar with the major critics, movements and periods of literature.
- Analyze literary passages, and practice test-taking strategies related to literature.
- Explore Anglo Saxon and Medieval literature like The Canterbury Tales and Beowulf.
- Study Shakespeare and other Renaissance literature by Christopher Marlowe and Ben Jonson.
- Delve into literature from the Gothic and Romantic periods, including titles by Jane Austen, the Bontë sisters and Samuel Taylor Coleridge.
- Learn about the poetry and prose of 19th century authors like Emerson, Thoreau, Whitman, Twain and Wharton.
- Find out more about 20th century works by Oscar Wilde, Virginia Woolf, F. Scott Fitzgerald and Ernest Hemingway.
- Explore major African American writers of various periods, from Frederick Douglass to Toni Morrison.
- Study the works of contemporary authors like Barbara Kingsolver and Ian McEwan.
- Learn about the elements of drama, and look at some works by playwrights such as Tennessee Williams and Arthur Miller.
- Develop essay-writing skills by learning about writing for your audience, editing and proofreading.
- Review usage conventions, capitalization, spelling, punctuation and elements of grammar.
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