Ms. Kittelson 2012-2013
Grades 9-11 ELA Standards Review
How to Read a Narrative

Menu of Literary Elements and Devices

Literary and Rhetorical Terms

Verb Overview

Grammar Quizzes

Grammar and Mechanics Quizzes

Other English Language Quizzes

(Subject), Predicate, Object and Complement Guide

Greek Roots and Affixes

Latin Roots and Affixes

Prefixes and Suffixes

Primary and Secondary Research

Objective Fact vs.Subjective Opinion

Analogies

Rhetoric/Persuasion

When crafting a persuasive text, speech or presentation, you should use an effective combination of ethos, logos and pathos. The equivalent, non-Greek terms and descriptions: establish the author's credibility; appeal to the audience's sense of logic and reason; and appeal to the audience's emotions.


- Ethos (author's credibility)
- Logos (logic)
- Pathos (emotion)

Greek Mythology

Roman Mythology

Norse Mythology

Non-Fiction Reading Practice:

- The Los Angeles Times
- LA Metro: Maps, Timetables and Fares
- CA Driver's Manual
- IKEA Furniture Assembly Instructions

Standards Review Quick Study Sheet, Grades 9-10

American Literature Timeline, Grade 11

CST Sample Questions