Freshman English. Hour 1

This lesson is part of the Classical Liberal Arts Academy’s High School Diploma Program. This program provides students with 120 hours of instruction in high school English, Mathematics, Science, History and Foreign Language, fulfilling modern high school diploma requirements in the most efficient way possible.

Objective

In Freshman English, a student must receive 120 hours of instruction in a high school level English course. In Freshman English, we will complete 120 hours of instruction in English Composition, Grammar and Literature to satisfy this requirement. In this first lesson, we will discuss the objectives of this course, complete our first lesson in English Composition, and fulfill the first hour of instruction.

  1. Study the lesson Instruction below.
  2. Study the lesson content for mastery.
  3. Complete the lesson assessment.

Instruction

Lesson

Assessment

As you study this lesson, learn to answer all of the questions below. Submit the answers in the Study Center for grading.

  1. What three subjects will we study in high school English?
  2. Why do we find pleasure in expressing ideas?
  3. Why are writing assignments often not pleasant?
  4. What is the purpose of the English Composition book we’re studying?
  5. What are the three sources of our ideas?
  6. How do our experiences supply us with ideas?
  7. How does our imagination supply us with ideas?
  8. What is the first benefit of writing about ideas gained from our experiences?
  9. What is the second benefit of writing about ideas gained from our experiences?
  10. What is the third benefit of writing about ideas gained from our experiences?
  11. What is the fourth benefit of writing about ideas gained from our experiences?
  12. Briefly summarize the content of this lesson.

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