Tag Archives: English

Day 63 Graded Discussion

AP Literature students form a circle in preparation for their graded discussion. Photo by Maddie Binning.

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Shaping minds, changing lives

Reading children’s books is worth more than just entertainment, as children learn and grow through simple children’s tales When you talk about influencing people you’re much better off influencing children to be positive members of society than adults,” said David Adler, the author of the Cam Jansen Mystery series. “Because …

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They are classics for a reason

A holiday break is an opportunity to choose your own reading; why not read something great? “I grew up reading,” recalled Eric Gosset, a math and computer science professor at Bethel University. “I can remember when I was even in elementary school, or pre-reading age, my mom and I would …

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Day 51 Till We Have Faces

English teacher Kris Sauer discusses the symbology in the novel Till We Have Faces. Photo by Maddie Binning.

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Day 13 Grendel

English students read portions of Grendel in class. Photo by Maddie Binning.

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Day 8 Book Return

AP Literature and Composition students return their summer reading books, Beowulf. Photo by Maddie Binning.

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Reminiscing about JJ

From her first trip to the principal's office to her first selfie: 40+ years of JJ. By Luke Frazier.

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Day 165 English Discussions

English students discuss the final novel of the year in small groups. Photo by Maddie Binning.

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Day 153 Dunn Brothers

AP Language and Composition students take a trip to Dunn Brothers after their exam. Photo by Maddie Binning.

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Day 144 Essay Strategy

English students review essay strategies as exam weeks approach. Photo by Maddie Binning.

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