Course Description

Course ID: HS0011/ HS0012

Students will have the opportunity to expand and polish their reading, writing, research, technology, listening, viewing, and speaking skills while studying a variety of genres. Active reading strategies, process writing, and higher order/critical thinking skills will be utilized to analyze and interpret reading selections from specific time periods. Students will connect their own lives to while demonstrating proficiency of writing process through narrative, reflective, descriptive, persuasive literary analysis, and research writing. Students will demonstrate effective use of technology through a variety of presentation formats. This course is required and grants the students one credit at the end of the school year upon completion.


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Mrs. Cardenas

Ext. 13220 Room 220


Mr. Carey

Ext. 13419 Room 419

Mr. Hall

Ext. 13306 Room 306

Ms. Mokrzycki

Ext. 13209 Room 209/323

Ms. Yatoma

Ext. 13325 Room 325

What's in a name?
That which we call a rose
By any other name
would smell as sweet