English GUIDED LEARNING ACTIVITIES (GLAs)
Analyzing Literary Quotes: Apply reading strategies to critically analyze literary quotes.
Annotation: Develop strategies for effectively annotating texts.
APA Style 1: Identify APA 6th Edition guidelines, including formatting and structure, of a formal APA research paper.
APA Style 2: Cite material retrieved from multiple sources, using APA 6th Edition guidelines, and create a correctly formatted reference page.
Apostrophes: Identify apostrophe errors in contractions and possession. Learn techniques to use apostrophes correctly.
Articles: Learn the difference between definite and indefinite articles and explore article usage rules in English.
Avoiding Plagiarism: Identify and use strategies for avoiding plagiarism, such as citing, paraphrasing, and summarizing
Comma Use: Use commas correctly in a variety of situations. Use commas and quotation marks to correctly cite quotes.
Cultural Expectations 1 (ESL): American Classrooms: Explain US classroom expectations and develop strategies for requesting help.
Cultural Expectations 2 (ESL): Seeking Help Beyond Classrooms: Describe helpful resources available to students outside of the classroom.
Cultural Expectations 3 (ESL): Examinations and Grades: Describe examination and grading expectations in US classrooms.
Drawing Inferences: Analyze textual and visual details to draw inferences about a work.
Essay Structure 1: Learn the function of the different parts of an essay (introduction/ body/ conclusion).
Essay Structure 2: Learn different modes of writing to employ throughout the essay.
Following Instructions: Develop strategies for reading, understanding, and practically applying instructions
Fragments: Identify components of a complete sentence and learn strategies to correct sentence fragments.
MLA Style (8) 1: Create correctly formatted parenthetical citations at a basic level and a correctly formatted Works Cited page in MLA style.
MLA Style (8) 2: Learn more advanced and detailed aspects of MLA citation format including quotes within quotes, block quotes, ellipses and square brackets.
Note Taking: Develop a variety of strategies for taking notes and reviewing notes.
Online Research: Evaluate the quality of online resources and develop strategies for using online databases.
Paralleism: Learn to identify and produce parallel structure in writing.
Preparing for Finals: Identify the resources available on campus and create a 2-week time management plan to complete end-of-the semester projects and assignments.
Prereading:Develop effective prereading strategies to assist in the reading process.
Prewriting: Use a variety of strategies to overcome writer's block and begin writing a paper.
Pronouns: Identify and use different types of pronouns.
Proofreading: Apply a variety of proofreading strategies to locate and correct spelling and grammarerrors.
Reading Strategies 1: Use active reading strategies to engage with reading assignments and improve comprehension.
Reading Strategies 2:Use advanced active reading strategies to engage with reading assignments and improve comprehension.
Revision Strategies:Learn a variety of revision strategies to help you prepare final drafts of writing assignments.
Run-ons: Identify run-on errors between sentences and learn techniques to correct them.
Stress Management: Use a variety of coping strategies to reduce stress.
Study Skills: Use a variety of study strategies to move beyond memorization when preparing for a test.
Summarizing: Develop a summary based on a longer work.
Test-taking Strategies: Develop a variety of test-taking strategies to improve success on exams.
Thesis Development: Develop a debatable, coherent thesis statement that can guide the argument of an essay.
Time Management: Evaluate current time management system and develop additional time management strategies.
Timed Writing: Develop a variety of strategies for succeeding in a timed writing assignment.
Vocabulary Building: Develop strategies for understanding and remembering unfamiliar vocabulary words.
Writing with Detail: Develop strategies for adding relevant, interesting detail to writing.
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