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One of the many anchor standards we see often asks students to examine passages for evidence that supports a hypothesis or major thought. While students are new to the High School setting as Freshman, this is the first step students take to prepare themselves for college. To have a level of reading comprehension that keeps students at the national average they should be fluent readers with a decent vocabulary and understanding of grammar mechanics and syntax. What sets students apart at this level is depth of vocabulary and having the ability to infer what they are reading. We will find some students who have fallen through the cracks. The best way to catch up these readers is to have them read often and discuss what they are reading actively.

These worksheets look to address this standard pretty thoroughly. Characters of stories are often deeply analyzed and you will find two sets of sheets here that address that as well. Please pay attention to directions of each sheet as they may look similar, but ask you to do something completely differently. We also have a few worksheets that will focus on external literature. These are the big titles that most schools always assign. As students enter high school their reading endurance begins to be tested. Gone are the days of the several paragraph long passages. This begin to become frustrate students who don’t realize quickly that whether you are reading four paragraphs or four pages your approach should be relatively the same.

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Eleanor Roosevelt on Fear Reading

Known for her political activism, she was an outspoken first lady who made frequent public appearances.

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Eleanor Roosevelt on Fear Questions

Read the quotation above from Eleanor Roosevelt. Discuss its relevance to the passage that you just read. What event from Eleanor’s own life illustrates her position on dealing with fear?

Heathcliff and Catherine Reading

The passage below is from a book called Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte. Read the passage. Then answer the questions.

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After having dug up her grave and seeing her body, Heathcliff says that he is "pacified—a little." Why is he pacified? What was he seeking peace from?

The Crisis Reading

From The Red Badge of Courage by Stephen Crane

England and France

Excerpted from A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens

England and France Worksheet

What historical period is this novel going to be about? Support your answer with text evidence.

Disappointment Worksheet

What does the speaker mean by saying that the days wear us down in ambition?

Bingley Reading Comprehension

A story of confidence and lawless nature.

Bingley Page 2

From Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

Bingley Questions

Of the three characters mentioned in this passage, which one is of the opinion that "a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife?"

Lord of the Flies Comprehension Questions

Make inferences to answer each of the following questions. Support your answers with text evidence.

Lord of the Flies Part 2

Why doesn't Ralph want to leave Piggy alone at night with the littleuns?

Out, Out Reading Passage

A masterpiece by Frost.

Out, Out Questions

"Out, out" is a reference to Shakespeare's play Macbeth. Explain the reference.

Laughter as a Weapon

Think of a subject in your world which would be a good subject for satire.

Man's Nature Reading Passage

From The Strange Case Of Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson

Man's Nature Questions

Can you identify with Dr. Jekyll’s feelings? Why or why not?

John Steinbeck

To please his parents, Steinbeck enrolled at Stanford University. Unsuited to college life, he came and went for six years before finally abandoning college for good in 1925.

An Inventory Reading Passage

From Gulliver's Travels by Jonathan Swift

An Inventory Questions

Why do the Lilliputians think that it is a god?

Macy's Plans Reading

I had received hundreds of letter from Macy over the years. This one was much different.

Macy's Plans Questions

Do you think that Macy got along with her mother?

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Kevlar | Nonfiction Reading Test - Kevlar may be best known for its ability to form clothing that can stop bullets, but its used in a bunch of other products too. Learn more about this miracle fiber and the woman who discovered it in this reading passage. View my readibility scores . Kevlar | Nonfiction Reading Test | RTF Kevlar | Nonfiction Reading Test | PDF Kevlar | Nonfiction Reading Test | Preview Kevlar | Nonfiction Reading Test | Answers Kevlar | Nonfiction Reading Test | Ereading Worksheet

Tigers | Nonfiction Reading Test - Tigers are beautiful, deadly, and vanishing. Learn more about these ferocious felines and answer multiple-choice questions to demonstrate and improve your reading skills. View my readibility scores . Tigers | Nonfiction Reading Test | RTF Tigers | Nonfiction Reading Test | PDF Tigers | Nonfiction Reading Test | Preview Tigers | Nonfiction Reading Test | Answers Tigers | Nonfiction Reading Test | Ereading Worksheet

Idioms Worksheet 5 - This worksheet has another 15 idioms used in context-rich sentences. Students determine the meaning of each idiom based on how it is used. View my readibility scores . Idioms Worksheet 5 | RTF Idioms Worksheet 5 | PDF Idioms Worksheet 5 | Preview Idioms Worksheet 5 | Answers

Poetic Devices Worksheet 3 - This worksheet has 10 snippets taken from classic poems. Each is rich in poetic devices such as alliteration, consonance, onomatopoeia, repetition, rhyme, and rhythm. Students identify which techniques are being used in each question and then explain their answers. View my readibility scores . Poetic Devices Worksheet 3 | RTF Poetic Devices Worksheet 3 | PDF Poetic Devices Worksheet 3 | Preview Poetic Devices Worksheet 3 | Answers

Poetic Devices Worksheet 4 - This worksheet has five pages and 26 examples of poetry packed with rich language. Students determine whether each example is using alliteration, consonance, onomatopoeia, repetition, rhyme, and / or rhythm. View my readibility scores . Poetic Devices Worksheet 4 | RTF Poetic Devices Worksheet 4 | PDF Poetic Devices Worksheet 4 | Preview Poetic Devices Worksheet 4 | Answers

Personification Worksheet 7 - This worksheet features 10 more poetic examples of personification. Students identify what is being personified and then explain the human quality or trait that is given. View my readibility scores . Personification Worksheet 7 | RTF Personification Worksheet 7 | PDF Personification Worksheet 7 | Preview Personification Worksheet 7 | Answers

Genre Worksheet 2 - This genre worksheet has 17 short descriptions of different texts. Students identify the genre and subgenre of each text based on details in the descriptions. Then students explain their answers. View my readibility scores . Genre Worksheet 2 | RTF Genre Worksheet 2 | PDF Genre Worksheet 2 | Preview Genre Worksheet 2 | Answers Genre Worksheet 2 | Ereading Worksheet

Genre Worksheet 4 - This worksheet has 9 problems to help students become genre experts. Students read short descriptions of texts and determine the genre and subgenre based on textual details. Then they explain their answers. View my readibility scores . Genre Worksheet 4 | RTF Genre Worksheet 4 | PDF Genre Worksheet 4 | Preview Genre Worksheet 4 | Answers Genre Worksheet 4 | Ereading Worksheet

Genre Worksheet 8 - This worksheet has 8 more descriptions of texts. Students read the descriptions, identify the genre and subgenre of each text, and then explain their answers. View my readibility scores . Genre Worksheet 8 | RTF Genre Worksheet 8 | PDF Genre Worksheet 8 | Preview Genre Worksheet 8 | Answers Genre Worksheet 8 | Ereading Worksheet

Genre and Author's Purpose Worksheet - This worksheet features descriptions of 9 texts. Students determine the genre, subgenre, and author's purpose of each text based on these descriptions. Then students explain their answers. View my readibility scores . Genre and Author's Purpose Worksheet | RTF Genre and Author's Purpose Worksheet | PDF Genre and Author's Purpose Worksheet | Preview Genre and Author's Purpose Worksheet | Answers

Main Idea Worksheet 1 - This worksheet is great for giving students rapid-fire practice with main idea. It has seven problems. Students read a short passage and write the main idea in a single sentence. They also come up with a title for the passage. View my readibility scores . Main Idea Worksheet 1 | RTF Main Idea Worksheet 1 | PDF Main Idea Worksheet 1 | Preview Main Idea Worksheet 1 | Answers Main Idea Worksheet 1 | Ereading Worksheet

Main Idea Worksheet 2 - This worksheets has six more nonfiction passages. Students read each passage, interpret the main idea, and come up with a title for the passage that expresses the main idea. View my readibility scores . Main Idea Worksheet 2 | RTF Main Idea Worksheet 2 | PDF Main Idea Worksheet 2 | Preview Main Idea Worksheet 2 | Answers Main Idea Worksheet 2 | Ereading Worksheet

Main Idea With Robots Worksheet - This worksheet has six passages related to robots. Students read each passage, interpret the main idea of the text, and think of a title that expresses the main idea of each. View my readibility scores . Main Idea With Robots Worksheet | RTF Main Idea With Robots Worksheet | PDF Main Idea With Robots Worksheet | Preview Main Idea With Robots Worksheet | Answers

Main Idea and Text Structure Worksheet 1 - This worksheet contains 6 paragraphs about everything from rodeo clowns to machine guns. Students write a sentence explaining the main idea of each paragraph, create a title related to the main idea of the passage, and then create and use a graphic organizer to visually represent the structure of the passage. View my readibility scores . Main Idea and Text Structure Worksheet 1 | RTF Main Idea and Text Structure Worksheet 1 | PDF Main Idea and Text Structure Worksheet 1 | Preview Main Idea and Text Structure Worksheet 1 | Answers

Main Idea and Text Structure Worksheet | Amnesia - In this unforgettable worksheet, students read six amnesia-themed passages, explain the main idea of each passage, and create a graphic organizer that visually represent the structure of the text. This is one to remember. View my readibility scores . Main Idea and Text Structure Worksheet | Amnesia | RTF Main Idea and Text Structure Worksheet | Amnesia | PDF Main Idea and Text Structure Worksheet | Amnesia | Preview Main Idea and Text Structure Worksheet | Amnesia | Answers

Summary and Main Idea with Ninjas - Students read four short passages about ninjas. They summarize each paragraph and think of a title that expresses the main idea. View my readibility scores . Summary and Main Idea with Ninjas | RTF Summary and Main Idea with Ninjas | PDF Summary and Main Idea with Ninjas | Preview Summary and Main Idea with Ninjas | Answers

Summarizing Activity about the Lost Colony of Roanoke - Students read a text about the lost colony of Roanoke, the first English colony in America, and summarize each paragraph. There are seven paragraph in this text. View my readibility scores . Summarizing Activity about the Lost Colony of Roanoke | RTF Summarizing Activity about the Lost Colony of Roanoke | PDF Summarizing Activity about the Lost Colony of Roanoke | Preview Summarizing Activity about the Lost Colony of Roanoke | Answers

Text Structure Worksheet | Schooling - This worksheet has 5 paragraphs related to schooling. Students identify the text structure of each and place information from the passages into appropriate graphic organizers. View my readibility scores . Text Structure Worksheet | Schooling | RTF Text Structure Worksheet | Schooling | PDF Text Structure Worksheet | Schooling | Preview Text Structure Worksheet | Schooling | Answers

Text Structure Worksheet | The Revolutionary War - Students read 5 paragraphs about the American Revolutionary War. Students determine the text structure of each passage. Then they create and use graphic organizers to represent important information from each paragraph. View my readibility scores . Text Structure Worksheet | The Revolutionary War | RTF Text Structure Worksheet | The Revolutionary War | PDF Text Structure Worksheet | The Revolutionary War | Preview Text Structure Worksheet | The Revolutionary War | Answers

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Ninth-grade readers are tasked with learning the difference between formal and informal tone. More specifically, students should be able to analyze how the author’s word choices impact the tone of the reading. Additionally, readers acquire skills related to differentiating between primary and secondary sources by examining things like the author’s point of view, the date the text was written, and the source of the information. Utilize the exercises below to advance these skills on top of twice-a-week practice with reading comprehension worksheets.

Writing Formal Letters

This activity asks students to write a formal letter to a person they admire, asking them to come to speak at their school. This exercise focuses on the use of formal language (i.e., complex sentences, avoiding the use of contractions) to help students identify how formal language differs from informal language. For example, students would write, “I would like to request that you come speak to students at my school about your experiences in the armed forces,” rather than “Hey, I’d love for you to come talk at my school.”

Thinking Like a Historian

Present students with a range of documents that discuss the same historical event. Then ask students to identify which documents were written at the time the event occurred and which were written after the fact. In doing so, students will learn one key element of primary sources – pieces that were written at the time the event occurred are primary while those written after the fact are secondary.

Examining Point of View

To understand how authors can have differing viewpoints on the same subject, ask students to analyze primary and secondary resources on the same topic from multiple authors. Specifically, encourage students to write down the differences they find in each account of the event. Then, use those differences as a springboard for a discussion of how people’s perceptions of the same event can be different both at the time the event occurs and as authors recount the event later on.

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The Importance of Minerals

Central message, Identifying the main topic and key ideas, Identifying the author’s point of view, Cause and effect comprehension

Taping and Bracing

Central message, lesson or moral, Identifying the main topic and key ideas, Identifying the author’s point of view, Cause and effect comprehension

Latin as a second language

Central message, lesson or moral, Identifying the author’s point of view, Identifying the main topic and key ideas

Fixed On Lincoln

Central message, Identifying the main topic and key ideas, Cause and effect comprehension.

Dividing Oceans

Central message, lesson or moral, Identifying the main topic and key ideas.

Chores are Good

Cause and effect comprehension, Identifying the main topic and key ideas,Central message.

Being bullied

Cause and effect comprehension, Identifying intent and conclusions, Summarizing.

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This is the start of our High School Level Content. Many people reach these grade levels and focus on the literature that is covered in most classes, but a significant amount of time is spent reviewing grammar skills that were learned in previous grades to help students become accomplished writer. In fact, the goal of many English Department personnel is to first and foremost help students become great writers. 9th Grade students are ready for a much more challenge and literature focused environment. When writing, 9th grade students will be focused on citing evidence as they progress. At the 10th grade level students between comparing multiple perspectives and forming persuasive research-based arguments. These worksheets found below will help students with all aspects of early High School Language Arts.

Adjective Phrases - When series of words come together to describe nouns or pronouns. [L.9-10.1]

Adverbial Phrases - When groups of words try to modify verbs, adjectives, or adverbs. [L.9-10.1]

Parallel Structure - This can be used effectively to bring thoughts to light. [L.9-10.1.B]

Relative Clauses - These guys are usually the one that are identifying or defining the noun. [L.9-10.1.B]

Contrast Clauses - This helps you get to the bottom of something quickly. [L.9-10.1.B]

Encomium - We focus on written pieces and speeches that are composed to praising or honor something or someone.. [L.9-10.1]

Semicolons - Want to split two clauses? This is your guy. You can call it an idea joiner! [L.9-10.2a]

Colons - Usually used for lists, but they can be used to help you expand the thoughts. [L.9-10.2.B]

9th Grade Spelling - The most commonly seen word at this level is "convenient". I still mess that up sometimes. [L.9-10.2.C]

10th Grade Spelling - The word that was the most difficult for last year's students: "Pronunciation". [L.9-10.2.C]

MLA Citations - The Modern Language Association style of explaining your sources for a body of work. [L.9-10.3.A]

APA Citations - We explore the American Psychological Association's style for citing references. [L.9-10.3.A]

Works Cited - Lets look at a range of citation choices. [L.9-10.3.A]

Using Context Clues To Infer Phrase Meaning - If you can master this skill, you will go far at any job you choose. [L.9-10.4.A]

Patterns of Word Changes - Words can fluctuate their patterns all the time. How they are shaped can help make your thoughts more well received by your audience. [L.9-10.4.B]

Pronunciation - Too bad 10th graders don't have a handle on this (see above for the joke). [L.9-10.4.C]

Word Etymology - This is what some refer to as Word History. [L.9-10.4.C]

Buzzwords - These are terms that commonly used important-sounding words in the business world. [L.9-10.5.A]

Cliches - They mean the funniest things sometime. This does not take much original thought. [L.9-10.5.A]

Interpreting Figurative Language - The key to understanding a great writer's work. [L.9-10.5.A]

Litotes - This is a really cool way to persuade people towards your way of thinking. [L.9-10.5.A]

Oxymorons - She is the fastest slow person on the team or is she the slowest fast person? [L.9-10.5.A]

Platitude - These are mostly worthless statements that do serve a purpose, at times. [L.9-10.5.A]

High School Vocabulary Words - We look at the most common words you'll see here. [L.9-10.6]

Reading Literature

Alter Ego - Authors will often use this technique to take their work in completely different directions. [RL.11-12.3]

Epiphany - We explore how to appears in a story and how to spot it. We also review many classic works that exhibit this well. [RL.9-10.2]

Hamartia - Students learn how identify when this technique is used in a story and understand how it drives the plot. [RL.9-10.2]

Hyperbaton - This is a literary technique that reorders the words in a sentence in an effort to stress the importance of specific terms. [RL.9-10.1, RL.9-10.2]

Kairos - This is identifying the perfect moment in time to present a decision, thought, or message. [RL.9-10.2]

The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe - Students explore this classic poem. [RL.9-10.2]

Pastiche - This are works that are created to honor the work of other authors. [RL.9-10.2]

Character Profiles - We look at the most common words you'll see here. [RL.9-10.3]

Deuteragonist - Students learn how to identify this role of a character with literature and begin to understand their significance. [RL.9-10.3]

Jargon - These are specific terms or expressions that are associated with a particular group or profession. [RL.9-10.3]

Persona - We show students how determine the shape of the language that you will use based on your intended audience. [RL.9-10.3]

Lingo - This is series of vocabulary terms that is shared by a particular group or community. [RL.9-10.3]

Antonomasia - Students learn how this technique is used to add intrigue to works. [RL.9-10.4]

Epistrophe - We will explore how to use this rhetorical device in your own writing. [RL.9-10.4]

Harangue - Even though this is aimed and an older grade level, there is a good level of crossover here. [RL.11-12.4]

Epigram - Students learn how this rhetorical device is used by authors to deliver quick twists. [RL.9-10.5]

Flashback - We look at how authors use this technique to enhance their work and create a greater impact on their audience. [RL.9-10.5]

Burlesque - We explore how this comedic technique has been used in literature for centuries. [RL.11-12.5]

Apologia - We look at how this is used in an attempt to excuse or defend and action or thought process that someone has. [RL.9-10.6]

Maxim - You will find this in literature when a character comes up with a memorable piece of advice. [RL.9-10.6 and RL.11-12.6]

Writing Thesis Statements - There isn't a trick here, just write to explain facts. [W.9-10.1]

The Causative - Which verbs really get you going? This the word that really makes things happen in a sentence. [W.9-10.1]

Eponym - This technique is used to help inanimate things be charged with a bit of life. [W.9-10.2]

Grade 9 Writing Prompts - These are robust and vibrant worksheets. They provoke a good level of thought for 9th graders. [W.9-10.3]

Grade 10 Writing Prompts - You'll find some interesting topics in here. 10th grade writing is often focused on using facts to validate your points. [W.9-10.3]

Conundrum - Students learn to identify this in literature and use it in their own writing. [W.9-10.3.A]

Equivocation - We look at how authors use this technique to avoid answering uncomfortable or controversial questions. [W.9-10.3]

Imagery - This is when authors use vivid language to impact their readers human senses. [W.9-10.3.D]

Grade 9 Research Projects - The MLA sheets come in handy with these. Citing your work is required for well designed research. [W.9-10.7]

Creative Writing - Students put all of their imagination into creating unique works of fiction that get sparked from funny little prompts.

Reading: Informational Text

Fake News - Students learn to evaluate the motives of the sources of the news that they listen to. [RI.9-10.6, SL.11-12.1.A]

Speaking and Listening

Ethos, Pathos, and Logos - Students learn how to use these rhetorical devices in their own writing and speech. [SL.9-10.1]

Impromptu Speech - We look at how you can best prepare, when you have no time to give a speech. [SL.9-10.1]

Cynicism - We work on identifying this quality in the characters that an author has arranged for us. [SL.9-10.1.D]

Identifying Perspectives - Students begin learning how to better understand why a piece was composed and put themselves in another's shoes. [SL.9-10.1.D]

Invective - This is a speech or text that was devised for the sole purpose of attacking or insulting another often with abusive language. [SL.9-10.1.D and SL.11-12.1.D]

Metanoia - This is when a self correction is made to place emphasis or draw greater attention to something. [SL.9-10.1.D and SL.11-12.1.D]

Pejorative - We look at the proper use of this type of language in our work. [SL.9-10.1.D and SL.11-12.1.D]

Polemic - This use of language can be very abrasive, but is it set out there to make sure the ideas are heard. [SL.9-10.1.D and SL.11-12.1.D]

Homage - This is when a work is created for the express purpose of paying respect of tribute to someone or something. [SL.9-10.4-6]

Deus Ex Machina - Students begin to understand the significance of this type of storytelling. We maintain that it may be flawed, but is still one heck of a narrative. [CCRA.R.3, CCRA.R.3]

What Do Students Learn in High School English Language Arts?

High school is an important phase of one's academic life, as the knowledge gained during these four years will help one throughout his or her professional life. Till high school, most of the students have already developed strong reading and writing skills. Still, teachers in high school do focus on written and spoken content of the English language. It is a must for high school students to have an excellent pronunciation, punctuation, and vocabulary.

Given below are some of the most important things that high school students learn during their English language arts class:

Writing Skills

During high school, students learn a lot of new and unique writing skills. With the help of these writing skills, high school students can write essays, stories, and letters in a way that reflects their mastery of language and other such skills. During high school, students are also taught how to write narrative, descriptive, expository, persuasive, and argumentative content.

Reading Skills

High school students should read as much as possible. In high school, students are taught how to make inferences, how to grab the main idea of any written text, and how to read between the lines. High school students must also know a lot of new words and reading helps them to learn some new and unique words all the time.

High school teachers should focus on student's vocabulary and pronunciation. Teachers should tell students one or two new words daily along with their spellings, meaning, correct pronunciation, and should encourage students to use that word in their daily life. Once a week, a class should be organized in which students are asked to verbally communicate with each other or give a speech on a specified topic. This will help students in improving their pronunciation and enhancing their speaking skills.

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