LA.10.1 Identify SDA Christian principles and values in correlation with language arts.
|LA.10.1.1||Broaden intellectual abilities through the study of God’s Word.|
|LA.10.1.2||Discover personal meaning that leads to enjoyment in the study of God’s Word.|
|LA.10.1.3||Apply Biblical principles of Christian morality, integrity, and ethical behavior to all aspects of life.|
|LA.10.1.4||Value God’s inspired writings and created works as sources of His revelation.|
|LA.10.1.5||Make Biblically-based choices when encountering all forms of media communication.|
|LA.10.1.6||Employ Christian principles as a basis for appreciation and expression.|
LA.10.2 Develop abilities in language arts.
|LA.10.2.1||Develop higher thinking (analyze, evaluate, classify, predict, generalize, solve, decide, relate, interpret, simplify)|
|LA.10.2.2||Utilize appropriate communications (present, demonstrate, persuade, collaborate, explain, defend, recommend)|
|LA.10.2.3||Develop goal setting/attainment skills (brainstorm, envision, research, plan, organize, persist)|
|LA.10.2.4||Understand and utilize the writing process (plan, draft, analyze, and revise)|
|LA.10.2.5||Develop vocabulary (root, prefix, suffix, etymology, usage)|
|LA.10.2.6||Evaluate media (accuracy, validity, reliability, manipulation)|
LA.10.3 Be able to read, write, speak, and listen for a variety of purposes.
|LA.10.3.1||Use multiple sources of literature, including mass media.|
|LA.10.3.2||Conduct research (locate, observe/gather, analyze, conclude).|
|LA.10.3.3||Read/write/present technical material (charts, graphs, bids, etc.) using technology.|
LA.10.4 Be able to read/write/view various forms of literature to develop a better understanding of self and others and be able to analyze, interpret, and draw conclusions.
|LA.10.4.1||Identify and use literary devices (flashback, simile, metaphor, foreshadowing, symbolism, personification, alliteration).|
|LA.10.4.2||Explain/analyze, with specific references, how these devices contribute to the impact of literature.|
|LA.10.4.3||Compare and contrast personal life experiences to literature.|
|LA.10.4.4||Identify and discuss values in literature (spiritual, global, cultural, etc.).|
|LA.10.4.5||Show understanding by summarizing, asking questions, and recalling information.|
LA.10.5 Be able to compose research-supported essays and technical forms.
|LA.10.5.1||Locate materials from different sources and evaluate for relevance, bias, and timeliness|
|LA.10.5.2||Organize material by a variety of methods|
|LA.10.5.3||Write a three-part essay using specified documentation (MLA, APA, etc.).|
|LA.10.5.4||Include introduction with a clear and concise thesis, body with supported major points, transitions, and an effective conclusion.|
|LA.10.5.5||Use coherent and logical order.|
|LA.10.5.6||Use grammatically and mechanically correct sentences.|
|LA.10.5.7||Use word processing for final product.|
LA.10.6 Be able to make a variety of presentations using appropriate language and technical information for particular audiences and purposes.
|LA.10.6.1||Prepare and deliver organized and concise presentations.|
|LA.10.6.2||2 State and defend an opinion or recommendation in a logical, respectful manner justified with facts, research, and examples.|
|LA.10.6.3||Use appropriate tone, body language, notes, and visual aids to speak extemporaneously.|
|LA.10.6.4||Involve audience in a variety of ways.|
LA.10.7 Be able to listen/view actively and critically to reach a conclusion or form an opinion.
|LA.10.7.1||Listen/view presentations with an open mind to evaluate information and sources|
|LA.10.7.2||Take clear and concise notes about a presentation.|
|LA.10.7.3||Politely question, disagree, ask for clarification, make recommendations, or persuade.|