The purpose of this course is to provide instruction that enables students to strengthen their reading, writing, speaking, listening, and viewing skills. Students will work on improving their critical thinking skills, determining meaning of informational and narrative text, increasing their vocabulary, and developing test-taking skills.
- Teacher: Jani French
All students enrolled in any upper-level social studies course (American History, United States Government, Economics) will be working on this journal assignment. Together we will be reading, analyzing, and paraphrasing each paragraph of an insightful artical detailing the origin, evolution, and future prospects of the idea of the American Dream. As you develop a better appreciation of the historical significance of this evolving concept, it is my hope that you will begin to imagine how your generation will pursue and define your own concept of our nation's unending "pursuit of happiness . . ."
- Teacher: Jeffrey Davison
Teacher: Cheryl Bryant
The textbook, “The Language of Literature,” provides high-quality classic and contemporary literature selections, supported by skills instruction and practice in grammar and writing skills. Literary concepts and active reading strategies are reinforced with the selected stories in the textbook.
The textbook, “The Language Network,” teaches key grammar skills, provides a step-by-step approach to the writing process, and encourages oral communications skills. This textbook provides a comprehensive approach to grammar and composition reinforces skills using literary models and real-life examples.
The Language Arts class uses a website – www.Join.Me this site allows students to access my computer screen and view daily class activities. The students are also send many assignments by use of this technology.
- Teacher: Cheryl Bryant