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English 11. Welcome. What is this class?. You will pass the Reading SOL test You will read short stories, poetry, essays, and drama You will write 5 paragraph essays You will conduct research. To develop research skills

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English 11

English 11


What is this class

What is this class?

  • You will pass the Reading SOL test

  • You will read short stories, poetry, essays, and drama

  • You will write 5 paragraph essays

  • You will conduct research

  • To develop research skills

  • To recognize the development of American culture through literature

  • To recognize literary elements

  • To be creative and have fun

  • To always do our very best

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Our Goals for the Class

Class materials

Class Materials

  • lined paper

  • pen and pencil

  • three-ring binder (for English only)

  • Optional but helpful: highlighters, colored pens, ruled index cards, and a thesaurus.

  • Workbook and textbook are to be kept in the classroom

Completed work requirements

Completed Work Requirements

  • All class work must be completed in blue or black ink. Typed work is acceptable and, for formal essays, required.

  • All class work must have a heading as follows:

    • Name

    • Period

    • Date

    • Title

Classroom management

Classroom Management

1. Respect all people, as well as their words and belongings.

2. Do not use profanity, insult others, or speak crudely/hatefully.

3. Bring all materials to class.

4. No “grooming,” or wearing hats/sunglasses during class.

5. HHS dress code, electronic devices policy, and all school rules will be strictly enforced.

6. Please do not ask to leave the classroom unless it is an emergency.

Academic integrity

Academic Integrity

  • Any form of cheating or plagiarism will NOT be tolerated.

  • Consequences:

    • 1st Offense: zero on the assignment / cannot be made up or replaced, parent notification, NHS notification

    • 2nd Offense: zero on the assignment / cannot be made up or replaced, conference with parents and administration, possible failure for grading period

    • 3rd Offense: removal from class



  • Grades will be given out on a point basis. To calculate your grade, divide your total by the total number of points possible.

  • If you need to know your grade, please see me before or after school, or check PowerSchool at any time. I will not administer grades during passing periods or during class.

Make up work policy homework class work tests and quizzes

Make-Up Work Policy: Homework, Class Work, Tests, and Quizzes

  • If you don’t do it and turn it in, I can’t grade it.

    2. I will not chase you down to remind you to make up work – it is YOUR responsibility to ask for make up work and do it.

    3. Assignments due on the day you were absent will be expected the day you return.

    4. If you miss class on the day of a pop quiz or a class discussion that is worth points, you will not be able to make up these points.

Make up work policy essays presentations and projects

Make-Up Work Policy: Essays, Presentations, and Projects

  • If a major project or paper is not turned in on or before a due date, regardless of your attendance in the class, the assignment will NOT BE ACCEPTED.

  • You, the student, are responsible for timely submission of your work. Emailed assignments will be accepted, but they must be submitted on or before the due date and time.

Examples of upcoming assignments

Examples of upcoming assignments

  • Read The Crucible

  • Research careers and colleges

  • Read Of Mice and Men

  • Learn literary terms

To be successful

To Be Successful . . .

  • Stop making excuses – this is YOUR life. Take control of it. Teachers cannot “rewire” your brain so you learn; you have to work hard to learn new material, too.

To be successful1

To Be Successful . . .

  • Don’t ask for “extra credit.” It’s only “extra” if you’ve done all the required work.

To be successful2

To Be Successful . . .

  • Complete all the required work to the best of your ability and turn it in on time.

To be successful3

To Be Successful . . .

  • Ask questions in class. Take the time to proofread all your assignments.

To be successful4

To Be Successful . . .

  • Avoid procrastinating if that doesn’t work for you.

To be successful5

To Be Successful . . .

  • Manage your time with some sort of agenda.

To be successful6

To Be Successful . . .

  • Cheating is a temporary fix. In the long run, cheating makes you dumb.

To be successful7

To Be Successful . . .

  • If you are absent, do your make-up work immediately upon your return.



  • Email – baldwin@wcs.k12.va.us

  • Check my Moodle page for course information and assignments.

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