Course Title: Grade 11 English
Course Code: ENG3U
Grade: 11
Course Type: University
Credit Value: 1
Prerequisite: English, Grade 10, Academic
Department: English

Course Description

This course emphasizes the development of literacy, communication, and critical and creative thinking skills necessary for success in academic and daily life. Students will analyze challenging literary texts from various periods, countries, and cultures, as well as a range of informational and graphic texts, and create oral, written, and media texts in a variety of forms. An important focus will be on using language with precision and clarity and incorporating stylistic devices appropriately and effectively. The course is intended to prepare students for the compulsory Grade 12 university or college preparation course.

Course Outline
  • ENG3U Unit1 Overview
  • Accessibility to ENG3U Unit 1 Assignment
  • U1L1 Texting and driving (W1.1 R1.1)
  • U1L2 Texts from diverse cultures (C1.2 M1.2)
  • U1L3 Topic and purpose of texts (W1.1 R1.3 M1.1)
  • U1L4 Listening strategies (C1.2)
  • U1L5 Specific purposes for reading (R1.1 M1.3)
  • U1L6 Appropriate reading comprehension strategies (R1.2 C1.3 M1.4)
  • U1L7 Satirical cartoons and media analysis (M1.2 C1.5 M1.2)
  • U1L8 Purposes and audiences (W1.2 M1.1)
  • U1L9 Information from resources (W1.3 C1.4)
  • U1L10 Self-research practice (R1.4 C1.1)
  • U1L11 Complex and challenging texts (R1.4 C1.3)
  • U1L12 Inferences about texts (C1.1 M1.4)
  • U1L13 Report format and outline (W1.4 R1.3 M1.3)
  • U1L14 Appropriate reading strategies to understand texts (R1.2 C1.5)
  • U1L15 Locate and select information to support ideas for writing (W1.3 C1.1)
  • U1L16 Analyzing different media texts (R1.1 M1.3)
  • U1L17 Understand oral texts (W1.5 C1.3)
  • U1L18 Explaining the overt and implied messages (R1.3 M1.2)
  • U1L19 Reading and analyzing strategies (R1.4 C1.2)
  • U1L20 Reading comprehension strategies (W1.4 R1.2 M1.4)
  • U1L21 Effectively meet the requirements of the writing task (W1.5 C1.5)
  • U1L22 Variety of literary, informational, and graphic forms (W2.1 R1.1 C1.5 M1.1)
  • U1L23 Using a variety of writing forms (W2.1 C1.3)
  • U1L24 Evaluate the effectiveness of the information (R1.2 M1.3)
  • Finish and hand in ENG3U Unit 1 Assignment at the end of lesson
  • ENG3U Unit 2 Overview
  • Accessibility to ENG3U Unit 2 Assignment
  • U2L1 Introduce Death of a Salesman (W2.2 R1.6)
  • U2L2 Understanding complex and challenging (C1.6 M2.1)
  • U2L3 Establish a distinctive voice in their writing (W2.2 C1.7)
  • U2L4 Voice and Diction in writing (R1.7 C1.6)
  • U2L5 Analyse the perspectives and biases evident in orals texts (R1.5 C1.8)
  • U2L6 Appropriate descriptive and evocative words (W2.3 R1.8 M1.6)
  • U2L7 Definition of success (W2.2 C1.8 M1.5)
  • U2L8 Connections between the ideas and personal knowledge (R1.5 C1.9)
  • U2L9 General characteristics of a variety of media forms (W2.3 M2.1)
  • U2L10 Film vs theatrical trailers (R1.7 C1.7 M2.2)
  • U2L11 Comment on any questions the text may raise (W2.4 R1.6 M1.5)
  • U2L12 Effectiveness of different presentation strategies (R1.7 C1.9)
  • U2L13 Making connections (W2.5 M1.6)
  • U2L14 Connections between texts and audience (R1.7 C1.6)
  • U2L15 Specific characteristics of media forms (R1.8 M2.1)
  • U2L16 Analyzing quotes (W2.4 C1.7 M1.6)
  • U2L17 Characteristics shape content and create meaning (R1.5 C1.8)
  • U2L18 Experiences are revealed in writing (W2.5 C1.6 M2.2)
  • U2L19 Analyzing text from different timelines (W2.6 M1.5)
  • U2L20 Effective presentation strategies (R1.7 C1.9)
  • U2L21 Revise drafts to improve the content (W2.6 R1.5 M2.2)
  • U2L22 Information and ideas influence the viewer’s response (C1.7 M1.5)
  • U2L23 Different types of viewer’s responses (C1.7 M1.5 M1.6)
  • U2L24 Other factors influence the audience’s response (C1.9 M2.1)
  • Finish and hand in ENG3U Unit 2 Assignment
  • ENG3U Unit 3 Overview
  • Accessibility to ENG3U Unit 3 Assignment
  • U3L1 Introduce Brave New World (R2.1 M3.1)
  • U3L2 Variety of text features (W2.7 R2.2 M3.2)
  • U3L3 Produce revised drafts of texts (W2.7 C2.1)
  • U3L4 New vocabularies (R2.3 C2.1 M3.1)
  • U3L5 Spelling rules and patterns (W3.1 R3.1)
  • U3L6 Complex texts, written to meet criteria (W2.7 C2.2)
  • U3L7 Punctuation (W3.2 M3.2)
  • U3L8 Understand words in reading contexts (R3.1 M3.3)
  • U3L9 Reviewing and refining word choice (W3.2 R2.2)
  • U3L10 Media text design (W3.2 C2.2)
  • U3L11 Elements of style in texts (R2.3 C2.3)
  • U3L12 Use punctuation correctly (W3.3 M3.1)
  • U3L13 Class debate (R1.3 C2.4)
  • U3L14 Informational, graphics text forms (R2.1 C2.4)
  • U3L15 Communicate a specific aspect of their intended meaning (R2.3 M3.3)
  • U3L16 Split image (W3.4 C2.5)
  • U3L17 Grammar in communication (W3.4 C2.5)
  • U3L18 Pros and Cons (R3.1 C2.3)
  • U3L19 Essay writing (W3.3 M3.1)
  • U3L20 Gathering evidence (R2.1 C2.3)
  • U3L21 Informations in essay writing (R2.3)
  • U3L22 Target different audiences (W3.2 M3.2)
  • U3L23 Peer editing strategies (R3.2 M3.3)
  • U3L24 Collecting feedbacks and improve your writing
  • Finish and hand in ENG3U Unit 3 Assignment
  • ENG3U Unit 3 Online Test
  • ENG3U Unit 4 Overview
  • Accessibility to ENG3U Unit 4 Assignment
  • U4L1 Introduce Shakespeare – Macbeth (W3.5 C3.2)
  • U4L2 Proofread and correct writing (W3.5 C3.2)
  • U4L3 Characters in Macbeth (R4.1 M3.4)
  • U4L4 Character analysis (W3.6 R4.2 M3.4)
  • U4L5 Characters influence writing (W3.7 C3.1)
  • U4L6 Create own plots (W4.2 R3.2)
  • U4L7 Role-play (R3.3 C2.5)
  • U4L8 Difficulty of Shakespearean English (W4.1 C2.6)
  • U4L9 Strategies to explore and expand vocabulary (R3.3 C2.6)
  • U4L10 Shakespearean vocabulary (W4.2 C2.7)
  • U4L11 Character and their respective personalities (W4.1 R4.2 M4.1)
  • U4L12 Different themes in writing (R4.2)
  • U4L13 Group presentation(R3.3 C2.5)
  • U4L14 Work to meet criteria (W3.7 C3.1)
  • U4L15 Improve the clarity and coherence of written work (W3.6 C3.1)
  • U4L16 Writing a Letter(R4.1 M4.1)
  • U4L17 A variety of skills interpret and produce essay (W4.1 M4.2)
  • U4L18 Writing effectively (W4.2 C2.7)
  • U4L19 Novel reflection (W4.2 R4.1)
  • U4L20 Importance of outlines (C2.6 M4.1)
  • U4L21 Strategies helpful in interpreting, and creating media texts (W4.3 M4.2)
  • U4L22 Essay with different purposes and audiences (R3.2 M3.4)
  • U4L23 Gather ideas and quotes (W4.1 R3.3)
  • U4L24 Edit your work (W4.3 C2.7 M3.4)
  • Finish and Hand in ENG3U Unit4 Assignment at the end of lesson
  • ENG3U Unit4 Online Test
  • ENG3U Final Project
  • ENG3U Final Exam
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