This English Language Arts Examination: June 2014 assessment also includes:
Should companies track consumers' shopping preferences without their permission? Using the resource, scholars write source-based argumentative essays to answer the question. They also answer reading comprehension questions based on an excerpt from A. Conan Doyle's A Study in Scarlet, a nonfiction passage by Carl Sagan, and poetry by Langston Hughes.
- Review argumentative essay writing
- Allow learners to use graphic organizers to plan their writing
- Print the ELA Essay Booklet
- Provides a scoring key
- Addresses a variety of literary concepts, including tone, author's purpose, and theme