בוגרת תואר ראשון במכללה לחינוך ע"ש דוד ילין בתיאטרון ואנגלית וכן תעודה בלימודי מגדר.קרא עוד על אריאלה בנרמן
In IASA, we believe that in order to master English, pupils must be introduced to authentic texts and that with the aid of these texts, pupils will improve their reading, writing, speaking and listening skills. Pupils in Tenth Grade will be taught reading methodology that will hopefully improve their analysis of text and therefore their comprehension. They will also practice different writing styles - free writing, creative writing and academic writing, both in and out of class, to improve their thinking, writing and reading skills. Pupils will be exposed to new vocabulary through their reading and will use both their texts and their own writing as tools to learn grammar. In addition, since we are teaching a language, pupils will be expected to participate in class discussion.
The Ministry’s literature programme requires that pupils read three short stories, two poems and one novel or play. Pupils will be expected to write a paper for each text and to do a summative assessment – a test, which will enable pupils to show deep understanding of the text and intertextuality. We will begin the work on two short stories during the Tenth Grade and will finish the other texts in Eleventh Grade.
1. Pupils will improve their English reading comprehension skills.
2. Pupils will learn to analyze a piece of literature by reading closely, critically and creatively acknowledging the voice of the author. They will learn to pay attention to question form, content, and messages, identifying and discussing the use of various literary techniques as well as evaluating their function and effect in a text. They will also use literary lenses to examine texts.
3. Pupils will be able to express their ideas orally and in writing, citing evidence to support their analysis.
4. Pupils will be able to write a well-structured essay, using correct and appropriate English.
1. Pupils are expected to participate fully in all class activities.
2. Pupils will be assigned reading material for homework and are required to read it using the reading strategy taught. They must come to class prepared to take part in discussions about what they have read. They are expected to engage with the text and each other during discussions. This means listening to both text and to peers in the community of learners.
3. Pupils will have to write two book assignments, two log assignments and two summative assessments for grades.
A novel and a selection of short stories and poems.
First and second semeste
30% Log work
20% Summative assessment
30% Book report
20% Homework, short writing tasks, effort, attendance