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CPW. Learning Intentions - Today, I am going to address these College Readiness Standards in English: Sentence Structure and Formation 13-15 Sentence Structure and Formation 16-19 Topic Development in Terms of Purpose and Focus 16-19

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Squads 2

CPW

Learning Intentions - Today, I am going to address these College Readiness Standards in English:

Sentence Structure and Formation 13-15

Sentence Structure and Formation 16-19

Topic Development in Terms of Purpose and Focus 16-19

Word Choice in Terms of Style, Tone, Clarity, and Economy 13-15

Word Choice in Terms of Style, Tone, Clarity, and Economy 16-19

SQUADS #2

“10th Grade English”

Success Criteria –I will know I am successful if I know that two independent clauses need to be joined by a comma and conjunction, or, in some instances, a semi-colon.


10 th grade english

10th Grade English

  • #1.In the late 1890s, thousands of people crowded into penny arcades across the country to see a remarkable new invention: the movie. The first movies were in black and white they were of simple everyday events.

  • A. NO CHANGE

  • B. white, and they

  • C. white, but they

  • D. white


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10th Grade English

  • #2.One of the most famous movies that is first produced was of a train coming into a station. Many moviegoers jumped at the sight of the train rushing toward them.

  • A. NO CHANGE

  • B. that were

  • C. that was

  • D. was


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10th Grade English

  • #3.The moviemaker would work on films such as this in one single shot. The moviemaker would place the camera far from the stage, recording the entire scene from this single position.

  • A. NO CHANGE

  • B. turn the camera and record the entire scene, placing it far from

  • C. record, place the camera far away, and turn to

  • D. turn, start, and recording


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10th Grade English

  • #4.D. W. Griffith decided that the movie scene should change with close-up shots. Some did not agree, and said it would confuse the audience. Who wants to see someone’s face so enlarged anyway!

  • A. NO CHANGE

  • B. OMIT the underlined phrase

  • C. Whom wants to see someone’s face so enlarged anyway!

  • D. Who wants to see someone’s face, so enlarged anyway!


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10th Grade English

  • #5.By 1917, D. W. Griffith challenged and tested what audiences would accept. He showed a close-up of a woman’s hands in the film Intolerance, and he became famous.

  • A. NO CHANGE

  • B. challenged greatly and tested

  • C. challenged

  • D. challenged, and tested


Cpw 10 th grade english

CPW 10th Grade English

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