English Classes Reading Spree

High school classes this year have taken on a new approach to the English language. In previous years, the curriculum would be divided into sections in which they concentrate on one particular topic, whether it be poetry, grammar, or reading. This year, however, the units are more spread out over the school days. In a typical week, each English class would learn a bit of vocabulary, grammar, and reading. On top of cramming down root words like prefixes and suffixes, also on the list of things on our agenda, is the constant reading assignments.

Freshmen have  The Call of the Wild, written by Jack London

Sophomores: Self- reading Assignments and Mark Twain’s  A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court.

Juniors are currently reading the Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin, written by the guy on the 100 U.S. dollar note

Seniors: Much Ado About Nothing, by Shakespeare.




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