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Language Arts

K12 Language Arts/English helps students develop important reading and writing skills, while also inspiring a love of literature. Combining Phonics, Literature, Language Skills, and Spelling lessons, the Language Arts/English program emphasizes classic works, teaches writing as a process, and prepares students for standardized tests in the areas of language skills and reading comprehension. Younger children learn the basics of phonics and grammar and prepare for reading through systematic, multi-sensory activities, while older students develop literary analysis and comprehension skills by reading novels and nonfiction works.

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  1. Honors British and World Literature, Part 1 (ENG404A)

    In K12 High School British and World Literature, students read and analyze works of British and world literature that reflect the rich and diverse history of the Western world. As students progress through centuries of literature in a loose chronological arrangement, they will see how British and world literature has been shaped by concerns, values, and ideas that have intrigued, delighted, and challenged people throughout time.

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  2. Honors British and World Literature, Part 2 (ENG404B)

    In K12 High School British and World Literature, students read and analyze works of British and world literature that reflect the rich and diverse history of the Western world. As students progress through centuries of literature in a loose chronological arrangement, they will see how British and world literature has been shaped by concerns, values, and ideas that have intrigued, delighted, and challenged people throughout time. This is the second semester of ENG404.

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  3. Advanced Placement English Language and Composition, Part 1 (ENG500A)

    In this AP English course, students learn to understand and analyze complex works by a variety of authors. They explore the richness of language, including syntax, imitation, word choice, and tone. They also learn about their own composition style and process, starting with exploration, planning, and writing, and continuing through editing, peer review, rewriting, polishing, and applying what they learn to academic, personal, and professional contexts.

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  4. Advanced Placement English Language and Composition, Part 2 (ENG500B)

    In this AP English course, students learn to understand and analyze complex works by a variety of authors. They explore the richness of language, including syntax, imitation, word choice, and tone. They also learn about their own composition style and process, starting with exploration, planning, and writing, and continuing through editing, peer review, rewriting, polishing, and applying what they learn to academic, personal, and professional contexts. This is the second semester of ENG500.

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  5. Advanced Placement English Literature and Composition, Part 1 (ENG510A)

    In this AP English course, the equivalent of an introductory college-level survey class, students are immersed in novels, plays, poems, and short stories from various periods. Students read and write daily using a variety of multimedia and interactive activities, interpretive writing assignments, and discussions. Students prepare for the AP Exam and for further study in creative writing, communications, journalism, literature, and composition.

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  6. Advanced Placement English Literature and Composition, Part 2 (ENG510B)

    In this AP English course, the equivalent of an introductory college-level survey class, students are immersed in novels, plays, poems, and short stories from various periods. Students read and write daily using a variety of multimedia and interactive activities, interpretive writing assignments, and discussions. Students prepare for the AP Exam and for further study in creative writing, communications, journalism, literature, and composition. This is the second semester of ENG510.

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  7. Public Speaking (ENG020)

    Students are introduced to public speaking as an important component of their academic, work, and social lives. They study public speaking occasions and develop skills as fair and critical listeners, or consumers, of spoken information and persuasion. Students study types of speeches (informative, persuasive, dramatic, and special occasion), read and listen to models of speeches, and prepare and present their own speeches to diverse audiences.

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  8. English Foundations II, Part 1 (ENG011A)

    Students build and reinforce foundational reading, writing, and basic academic skills needed for success in high school. Struggling readers develop mastery in reading comprehension, vocabulary building, study skills, and media literacy. Students build confidence in writing fundamentals by focusing on composition in a variety of formats, grammar, style, and media literacy.

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  9. English Foundations I, Part 2 (ENG001B)

    This remedial English course helps to bring students up to grade level, guiding them through the reading, writing, and basic academic skills needed for success in high school. It supports literacy development at the critical stage between decoding and making meaning from text. Through intensive reading and writing skills instruction, deep practice sets, consistent formative feedback, graduated reading levels, and helpful strategy tips, the course leads students to improved comprehension and text handling. Semester 1 provides instruction in basic reading skills and vocabulary building. Semester 2 provides instruction in basic writing skills, introduces academic tools, and demonstrates effective study skills. This is the second semester of ENG001.

    $450.00

  10. Creative Writing, Part 1 (ENG030A)

    Students create original essays, poems, and short stories in this course, which uses two textbooks and focuses on the four-step process writing model. They read professionally written forms of creative writing as models and then integrate their impressions of these works with their personal life experiences as they compose their own writing projects.

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  11. Journalism (ENG010)

    Students are introduced to the historical importance of journalism in America. They study the basic principles of print and online journalism as they examine the role of printed news media in our society. They learn investigative skills, responsible reporting, and journalistic writing techniques as they read, respond to, and write their own news and feature articles. Students conduct interviews, research, write, and design their own publications.

    $450.00

  12. Creative Writing, Part 2 (ENG030B)

    Students create original essays, poems, and short stories in this course, which uses two textbooks and focuses on the four-step process writing model. They read professionally written forms of creative writing as models and then integrate their impressions of these works with their personal life experiences as they compose their own writing projects. This is the second semester of ENG030.

    $450.00

   

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