Reut school of Arts Haifa - 11th Grade 1-3

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September 3
Don't forget to bring your books to class for the test!
September 30 2018
I hope you have had a great holiday and are enjoying the last few days.
On Sunday October 7 you have a test in class.
The test is on the book you have read.
You will need to answer some questions about the story and write about the book - 1 page.
Bring the book to class.
Sample questions

1. What is the setting (time and place) of the story? 
2. How does the setting of the story contribute to your understanding of
the story?
3. Write a short summary of the plot.
4. Who is your favorite character and why?
5. Describe a character you disliked and explain why.
6. Describe a problem the main character has to deal with. Is the
problem solved? Why or why not?
7. What is the message/theme of the story?
8. In your opinion, what was the best part of the book and why?
9. Do you recommend reading this book?
10. Invent a different ending to the story.
11. Write a letter to the author sharing your impression of the book.
12. Invent an interview with one of the characters.

Good luck!
taken from: kan lomdim

September 9 2018 - Please bring your book reports from the books you read in the Summer holidays - if you haven't done a book report then please choose a book that you want to read - let me know in class what book you have chosen. 

COURSE SYLLABUS                       5 Point English Class – 11th grade
Books:  High Five + Practice Book. Literature Program Option 2. Mastering Module E. Tests for Module E. Help Yourself to English Grammar 2.

Weekly lessons:
Room 83
High Five text + Practice Book / Mastering Module E / Tests for Module E
Room 83
Room 83

2 short story: “The Enemy” / 2 Shakespeare sonnets – 18 & 130.
For & Against Essay / Opinion Essay / Formal Letters.
1.  Tenses  2.  Modals  3.  Passive  4.  Conditionals  5.  Relative Clauses  6.  Reported Speech  7.  Linking Ideas/Connectors   8.  Gerunds + Infinitives
English Folder with dividers (讞讜爪爪讬诐).
5 sections:
1. Classwork  (High Five) 2. Vocabulary 3. Grammar 4. Literature 5. Writing

Report Card Grades:
Semester A:
50% - tests,  40% - quizzes + essays,  10% - effort, participation, homework, attendance
Semester B:
50% - tests,   40% - quizzes + essays,  10% - effort, participation, homework, attendance
School Grade for Bagrut (“Magen")
60% - Semester A + B
30% - Matkonet exam
10% - final grade in grade 10

Good Luck J

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Group 6
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We're going to play a game 馃榾
This game is to help me to BEGIN to get to know you all by name but also to see how you work together and communicate in English.
I have split the class into 6 groups.
I want each group to take the first names (in English) of everyone in the group and make a list of the letters in English. - 10 minutes
Then start making as many words as you can from the letters - 10 minutes.
Finally come to the board and write as many of your words clearly on the board - 10  minutes.

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