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The high school Language Arts curriculum at Time4Learning is organized into four English courses that involve many different aspects of the English language. Each high school English course includes writing practice, vocabulary development, reading comprehension and communication skills. In addition, students learn communication skills that will be needed both in class and in the workplace. Below is a description of each course:

English I – English I uses a combination of learning approaches to teach about concepts such as the elements of story: plot and setting, character, theme and conflict, narrator and voice. Students analyze short stories and two novels: The Old Man and the Sea and Farewell to Manzanar. They also study to include other types of literature including nonfiction, drama, poem, and myth. This course prepares students for further study of Language Arts in English II.
English II – English II continues teaching the concepts of the elements of story: plot and setting, character, theme and conflict, narrator and voice. Each element was introduced in English I and is looked at in more depth by analyzing short stories and two novels: Of Mice and Men and The House on Mango Street. Studies will also include other types of literature, including nonfiction, drama, poems, and myths. This course will prepare students for further study of Language Arts in English III.
English III – English III introduces and explores American literature. The course uses a chronological format to explore works of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, folk tales, and drama. Students begin to form ideas about history, themes, and viewpoints from each period. Students will bring together what they have learned with the novel study of The Bean Trees by Barbara Kingsolver. This course prepares students for further study of Language Arts in English IV.
English IV – English IV examines works of British literature including works of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, folk tales, and drama. The course uses a chronological format to and each chapter provides an historical overview to aid in understanding the themes of literature from that period. Students bring together what they have learned in the course with the novel study on Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad. This course prepares students for further study of Language Arts in college level English.

For additional curriculum details, visit the high school English course overview page at Time4Learning

Curriculum Name
Time4Learning English
Curriculum Pricing Type
Monthly Subscription or Tuition
Curriculum Type
Online
Curriculum Worldview
Inclusive
Curriculum Level
College Prep
Credit Equivalent
1 credit

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