English  Classes

HS English III/ IV 

Literature and Composition Honors

 11th and 12th graders

TUTOR: Mrs.Tiffany Kohn 

SUGGESTED CREDIT AND COURSE CODE:  1 credit HS

  11th- 1001380 | 12th- 1001410

DESCRIPTION:

This class will engage the high school student in the careful reading and analysis of classic American literature by exploring structure, style, themes, and literary devices.  Through a Christian worldview, students will read, evaluate, and discuss a broad array of short stories, poetry, drama, and classic literature. The main focus will be on critical analysis through thoughtful writing and class discussion. Students will also practice persuasive, informative, and expository writing skills; learn about rhetorical analysis, including the appeals to logos, pathos, and ethos; and engage in thematic and analytical dialogue. This class is an excellent preparation for any college class.

 

HS English I/ II

Literature and Composition Honors

9th and 10th graders

TUTOR: Mrs.Tiffany Kohn 

SUGGESTED CREDIT AND COURSE CODE: 1 credit 

  9th honors 1001320 | 10th grade honors 1001350

 

DESCRIPTION: This English course (9th and 10th) is a chronological study of American literature, focusing on critical analysis through thoughtful writing and class discussion. Through a Christian worldview, students will read, and discuss literature from various genres, aligning with their American History course. Students will also practice persuasive, informative, and expository writing skills; learn about rhetorical analysis, including the appeals to logos, pathos, and ethos; and engage in thematic and analytical dialogue. This thorough curriculum will prepare them for the rigors of upper high school literature.

 

Middle School English:

Literature and Composition 

grades 6th-8th

TUTOR: Mrs. Lisa Turner

SUGGESTED CREDIT AND COURSE CODE: 1 MS credit for grades 6th-8th     

REQUIRED TEXTBOOK:  Official list will be in the syllabus

OTHER REQUIRED MATERIAL: 

 

DESCRIPTION: In this integrated language arts course students will analyze literature through a Christian worldview. They will engage in reading, writing, and speaking.