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  • ENGLISH 1 (FALL)
    Offered: Semester Course Required Textbook: The Language of Literature
    Grade 09 (McDougal Littell / Houghton Mifflin 2001) This class is an
    introduction to reading, writing, literature and speaking at the high school
    level. A variety of reading strategies are used to improve comprehension and
    examine elements of literature in fiction, non-fiction, poetry and drama. The
    writing process will be reviewed and reinforced. Students will learn
    fundamental skills such as listening and research. Special emphasis is placed
    on test preparation and Morton Literacy and Information Literacy Standards.
    CREDIT: 0.5 TYPE: Core GRADE: 9
    PREREQUISITE: Placement by 8th grade Test Scores.
    COREQUISITES: If you take ENGLISH 1 (FALL), you must also take
    ENGLISH 2 (SPRING).
    FEES: None
    ENGLISH 1 HONORS

     

    ENGLISH 2 (SPRING)
    Offered: Semester Course Required Textbook: The Language of Literature
    Grade 09 (McDougal Littell / Houghton Mifflin 2001) This class is an
    introduction to reading, writing, literature and speaking at the high school
    level. A variety of reading strategies are used to improve comprehension and
    examine elements of literature in fiction, non-fiction, poetry and drama. The
    writing process will be reviewed and reinforced. Students will learn
    fundamental skills such as listening and research. Special emphasis is placed
    on test preparation and Morton Literacy and Information Literacy Standards.
    CREDIT: 0.5 TYPE: Core GRADE: 9
    PREREQUISITE: Placement by 8th grade Test Scores.
    COREQUISITES: If you take ENGLISH 2 (SPRING), you must also take
    ENGLISH 1 (FALL).
    FEES: None 

     

    ENGLISH 1 HONORS (FALL)
    Offered: Semester Course Required Textbook: The Language of Literature
    Grade 09 (McDougal Littell / Houghton Mifflin 2001) <> This class is an
    introduction to reading, writing, listening, and speaking at the high school
    level. Students work in an accelerated and in-depth structure to study
    literature as presented through the novel, short story, drama, poetry and
    non-fiction. A variety of reading strategies are used to improve
    comprehension and examine elements of literature. The writing process will
    be reviewed and reinforced. Students will learn fundamental skills such as
    listening and research strategies. Special emphasis is placed on test
    preparation as well as Morton Literacy and Information Literacy Standards.
    Emphasis is on higher level writing and reading skills including analysis and
    evaluation.
    CREDIT: 0.5 TYPE: Honors GRADE: 9
    PREREQUISITE: Placement by 8th Grade Test Score and/or Teacher
    Recommendation.
    COREQUISITES: If you take ENGLISH 1 HONORS (FALL), you must also
    take ENGLISH 2 HONORS (SPRING).
    FEES: None

     

    ENGLISH 2 HONORS (SPRING)
    Offered: Semester Course Required Textbook: The Language of Literature
    Grade 09 (McDougal Littell / Houghton Mifflin 2001) <> This class is an
    introduction to reading, writing, listening, and speaking at the high school
    level. Students work in an accelerated and in-depth structure to study
    literature as presented through the novel, short story, drama, poetry and
    non-fiction. A variety of reading strategies are used to improve
    comprehension and examine elements of literature. The writing process will
    be reviewed and reinforced. Students will learn fundamental skills such as
    listening and research strategies. Special emphasis is placed on test
    preparation as well as Morton Literacy and Information Literacy Standards.
    Emphasis is on higher level writing and reading skills including analysis and
    evaluation.
    CREDIT: 0.5 TYPE: Honors GRADE: 9
    PREREQUISITE: Placement by 8th Grade Test Score and/or Teacher
    Recommendation.
    COREQUISITES: If you take ENGLISH 2 HONORS (SPRING), you must also
    take ENGLISH 1 HONORS (FALL).
    FEES: None

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