Be revising, editing, and TYPING your 5 TE/EA structure paragraphs. They should all be in one google document, one paragraph per page. On the 6th page, you are writing a short speech or dialogue "teaching" how to use TE/EA structure effectively. Be sure to re-read your work OUT LOUD to catch grammar errors and typos - edit and revise thoroughly.
COMPLETED PORTFOLIO, with printed out final drafts and any rough drafts w/rubrics...
due Monday, December 12. Submit all work in the folder Ms. Rush gave you.
Imagine a friend saw “TE/EA” and asked you what that was all about! In a 1-2 paragraph speech or dialogue, do the following three things:
1) Define or describe TE/EA structure! (Use your own words.)
2) Give specific, detailed directions about how to use TE/EA structure in your writing.
3) Offer personalized tips, reflecting on what you find tricky and what it is necessary to do or include to be successful with a TE/EA paragraph
--> (protip: notice your own writing, the rubric, and feedback you’ve received…)
9th Grade Foundations
This class serves as a gateway course to our choice-based English Language Arts curriculum! It is a foundational course which will ensure the readiness of your reading and writing skills to support your learning throughout the rest of your high school career.