summerreading
 
 
Summer Reading for ALL English Students (except AP Language and AP Literature)
Students are required to choose a book of at least 100 pages to read this summer. The book can be any work of fiction not previously assigned in an English class, as long as it is school appropriate. Teachers will assign a multi-media project once iPads are distributed, and students will be required to complete the project as well as do an in-class presentation for a major grade during the first nine weeks grade report. Questions can be directed to any English teacher or the School Librarian, Jen Chesney.

English I CP – see above

English II CP – see above

English III CP – see above
English IV CP – see above

 

English III Honors – see above plus read A Separate Peace by John Knowles. Students should annotate the novel by Knowles and be prepared for a test or essay assignment within the first week of school.

English IV Honors – see above plus read Lord of the Flies by William Golding 

Honors Advanced Composition
See above plus students need to read Thank You for Arguing by Jay Heinrichs and complete a reading guide

AP Language

Read all of the following novels:
A Walk in the Woods by Bill Bryson
Thank You for Arguing by Jay Heinrichs
*Complete the reading guide on Mrs. Bate's Website
 
AP Literature

Read all of the following novels:

Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte 

The Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingslover

How to Read Literature Like a Professor by T. Foster
Complete a CPR data sheet on the books by Bronte and Kingslover. A short reading quiz and AP style writing prompt will be given in class the first week on these two novels. Complete a reading guide for the Foster work and be prepared for a reading test the first week. Materials found on Dr. Rosenberg's Website

 
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