"The beginning of the school year is a great time to get an overview of students’ writing skills. This article will help you use our baseline essay-writing assessments to evaluate student writing and plan your instruction based on the results."
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A dialectical essay presents a controversial problem and develops two opposing arguments or sides of the issue, citing evidence for both. At the end of a dialectical essay, a thesis or conclusion must be reached and adequately explained. This essay topic is: Should Canadian Military Battles in WWI be Credited With Helping to Create a "Canadian Identity"?
Youth who participate in the art and essay stream can submit an art piece, essay, or other representation to express their vision of a reconciled Canada and what they hope others will learn from their submission.
Youth who participate in the project stream are asked to go one step further and submit a plan on how their project will address Reconciliation in their community or school.
Youth from select projects in both streams will be invited to participate in virtual leadership training exercises.
At the end of the school year, a national celebration will be held to honour up to twelve projects from the art and essay stream and up to fifteen projects from the project stream.
The following file contains the assets (or resources) to accompany the Sask DLC ELA 10B course. Please note that this is not the content of the course, but the assets used to support and deliver it. The files are organized in a zipped folder. You can download it and extract the files. Links are also provided to other helpful resources.
This is a cross curricular project revolving around the documentary The Social Dilemma. Students will write an essay and create an Action Plan to tackle the issues surrounding Social Media and it's pervasiveness in our lives. The outcomes covered are focused in Social 7, Health 7 and ELA 7.
Learn how to write an expository essay with opinion, reason and evidence while creating your very own comic strip!
With superhero Captain Opinion and her sidekicks, Reason and Evidence, the viewer goes on a fun adventure into the world of opinions and the importance of supporting them with lots of reasons and evidence.
Have students write an expository essay that establishes a central idea in a topic sentence; includes supporting sentences with simple facts, details, and explanations; and contains a concluding statement.