English

Senior Literature

Students in Senior Literature practice and refine their reading and writing skills. Major areas of study include American Literature, British Literature and Native American Literature. Students read from several different types of literature in units of study, such as: poetry, the short story, and the novel. Students also are given some SAT Reading/Writing preparation as well as AIMS Reading/Writing preparation. Major writing assignments include literary analysis essays and creative writing (poetry). Senior Literature

*This course fulfills the state/board requirements for Senior Literature

Junior Literature

Students in Junior Literature practice and refine their reading and writing skills. Major areas of study include Drama, Native American Literature, William Shakespeare and his major works, as well as AIMS Reading/Writing preparation, and an intensive unit on English Grammar, Mechanics and Usage. Major writing assignments include literary analysis essays and creative writing (script writing for a play). Freshman Composition

*This course fulfills the state/board requirements for Junior Literature

Sophomore Composition

Students in Sophomore Composition continue to practice using different reading strategies and improve their composition skills. Major areas of study include American/British literature and Native American literature. Students will read in a variety of genres. Major writing assignments include personal, expository and persuasive essays, poetry, and writing a formal research paper. Students will also analyze and evaluate different media and the techniques used to influence attitudes and cultural perceptions. Sophomores will also spend time on AIMS Reading and Writing Prep. IS English

*This course fulfills the state/board requirements for Sophomore Literature

Freshman Composition

Students in Freshman Composition are taught reading strategies and composition skills. Students will explore several writing/pre-writing strategies that will increase organization skills to help them write more effectively and descriptively. Major areas of study include Native American literature, poetry, personal narratives, and English grammar and usage. Students will also analyze and evaluate different media and the techniques used to influence attitudes and cultural perceptions. Major writing assignments include the students writing personal narratives, poetry, and persuasive essays. They will begin to collect their best writing samples in a portfolio, which they will continue adding to over the next three years in their English classes. Sophomore Composition

*This course fulfills the state/board requirements for Freshman Composition

Graduation Requirements

  • Students must have 22 units to graduate, including the following:
  • Electives/Interdisciplinary - 5 units
  • English - 4 units
  • Foreign Language - 2 units
  • Fine Arts - 1 unit
  • Laboratory Sciences - 3 units
  • Math - 4 units
  • Social Studies - 3 units

Special grading code

  • P = Passing
  • NC = No Credit
  • INC = Incomplete
  • NG = No Grade
  • M = Modified
  • H = Honors (elevated by a grade point)

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A bicultural public high school designed for Tohono O'odham youth and Native students interested in a college prep curriculum sponsored through the Arizona State Board for Charter Schools

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