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59c136e5692c4 PLEASE CLICK THE IMAGE TO VIEW THE SLIDESHOW A group of freshmen girls brainstorm answers for a reading guide question.
Freshmen Abbey Brooks works on her short story reading.
Seniors take a break from working on essays.
Andy Rucker and Eli Metz draft descriptive essays.
PLEASE CLICK THE IMAGE TO VIEW THE SLIDESHOW A group of freshmen girls brainstorm answers for a reading guide question.

Mrs. Magarity - FHS English - Classroom Spotlight

As we head into Homecoming week, classes are in full swing, and we are wrapping up initial units in the high school English classes.

 

English 1 students have been reading short stories and working on strategies for navigating their way through difficult reading in all subject areas.  These freshmen will soon begin reading Tuesdays with Morrie, a novel by Mitch Albom.

 

English 3 students recently finished a narrative writing unit and created some impressive short stories.  They have started reading John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men.

 

In College Prep Writing and English 4, both senior courses, students have been honing their writing skills in the last few weeks.  College Prep Writing students have been working on descriptive essays, while English 4 students just completed a unit related to professional writing.  

 

It has been an exceptional start to the 2017-2018 school year, and I look forward to students' continued success!

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