• High School English/Language Arts and Social Studies Curriculum 


    The study of high school-level English/Language Arts and Social Studies serves as a pathway to college and career readiness.  Students will read, write, speak, listen, understand, analyze, and respond to a variety of complex informational texts and literary genres that explore aspects of the human condition. Literacy Design Collaborative modules continue to be used for topics that include studies of literature and history that begin with classical Greece in 9th grade, progress through United States and Modern American History, and include the study of Government and British Literature in 12th grade. The modules have been crafted to support the shifts of the Common Core State Standards for literacy, and students regularly write in the informational and argumentative modes. Students will also develop academic and domain-specific vocabulary, grammar, and style skills aligned with the Common Core State Standards Language Progressive Skills ladder. In addition to the modules, students will study a variety of primary and secondary source documents, and informational and imaginative literature that include fiction, poetry, and drama.  All selected readings are identified on the ELA-SS Scope and Sequence for each grade.
     
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    To view our High School Aligned Literacy curriculum, please click on one of the grades below: