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SQUADS ACT Prep Round 4 Subject: 11 th Grade English Learning Intentions - Today, I am going to practice College Readiness Standards: 1Conventions of Punctuation Conventions of Punctuation Conventions of Usage Conventions of Usage Topic Development in Terms of Purpose and Focus Word Choice in Terms of Style, Tone, Clarity, and Economy Success Criteria – I am successful if I can 1)Use an apostrophe for possessive noun 2)Only use a semi-colon to connect two complete thoughts 3)use appropriate pronoun 4)Use who and whom correctly 5)Choose the phrase that develops the focus 6)Delete redundant and wordy material CPW
11 th Grade English Directions You will have 1 minute and 30 seconds to work on each question individually. – There will be a stopwatch timer included on each slide for the teacher to set so you can keep track. After you have completed each question individually, you will have 1 minute and 30 seconds to work as a group and decide on the best answer and rationale.
11 th Grade English From Passage II “How Old Am I?” 1. The practice of advancing a person’s age seems to me to reflect the value a society places on life experience and longevity. A.NO CHANGE B.persons’ age C.persons age D.person’s age,
11 th Grade English From Passage III “Wearing Jeans in School” 2. The United States District Court of New Hampshire; agreed to hear Kevin’s case. A.NO CHANGE B.Court, of New Hampshire C.Court of New Hampshire D.Court of New Hampshire,
11 th Grade English From Passage IV “The Case of the Trick Photographs” 3. Some sixty years later, an elderly Frances Griffiths publicly admitted that her and her cousin had staged the photographs as a practical joke. A.NO CHANGE B.her cousin and herself C.she and her cousin D.her cousin and her
11 th Grade English From Passage V “Her Letters to the World” 4. Other letters are solemn; speaking of relatives and friends whom had died. A.NO CHANGE B.who C.who they D.of whom
11 th Grade English From Passage V “Her Letters to the World” 5. At one point, Emily sent a draft of her poem “Safe in Their Alabaster Chambers” to Susan, who read the poem. As a result, Emily wrote two other versions of the second stanza. – *Given that all the choices are true, which one would most clearly describe an interaction between Susan and Emily during Emily’s writing process? A.NO CHANGE B.liked the poem tremendously. C.considered and thought about the poem. D.praised the poem but suggested revisions.
11 th Grade English From Passage V “Her Letters to the World” 6. Emily wrote two other versions of the second stanza. A.NO CHANGE B.Rewrote two other alternate C.rewrote two additional alternate D.wrote two alternate revised
Now ‘Squad Up’ and replay this PPT. Use the Student Answer/Rationale Sheet. Then exchange your Squad’s answer sheet with that of another squad. Launch the ANSWERS video.ANSWERS SQUADS ACT Prep Round 4 Subject: 11 th Grade English CPW