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    Please find the AP Literature (11th grade) here: Tidwell, Tara - English Teacher / Summer Reading (sccboe.org)

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  • ALL GRADES ENGLISH SUMMER READING

    Moody High School Summer 2021-2022 Reading Selections

     

    All English classes will require summer reading. All standard English classes grades 9-12 will have an assignment based on the reading during the first two weeks of the 2021-2022 school year. The assignments will include questions that target the main ideas, themes, and characters of the novel. Summer reading lists can be found on the school’s website, every English teacher’s website, the library’s website, and in the school office beginning in May. NOTE: All new students who register in the summer or at the start of school will be tested on their summer reading book on a later date as worked out with the teacher.

     

    All students with an Individualized Education Plan (IEP), will be provided an alternate book based on his/her documented reading level. 


    Be aware that some books may confront controversial issues, explore adult situations, and contain strong language. As you read you may want to take notes, outline chapters, and do whatever works best for you to ensure you retain the material.

     

    General English Reading Requirements:

    All students taking general English courses in the fall should choose one book from the appropriate grade level list.

     

    9th Grade General English (CHOOSE 1)                                                           10th Grade General English (CHOOSE 1)

         And Then There Were None-Agatha Christie  OR                                             The Selection-Kiera Cass OR

         The Last Book in the Universe – Rodman Philbrick                                   Monster-Walter Dean Myers                  

     

                           

    11th Grade General English                                                      12th Grade General English

         Book of Choice (on appropriate Lexile)                                   Book of Choice (on appropriate Lexile)

     

                                                                           

    Honors and Advanced Placement Reading Requirements:

                                                                           

    Honors English 9

    Read one book from 9th Grade General English list and also read Lord of the Flies – William Golding

    Also complete the assignment listed on MHS website.

     

    Honors English 10

    Read Of Mice and Men –John Steinbeck

    Also complete the assignment listed on the MHS website.

     

    Advanced Placement English Language 11

    Summer assignment is due the first day you are scheduled to be present in class. After that, a standard reading assessment will be given within the first two weeks of the beginning of school. 

    Read The Grapes of Wrath –John Steinbeck

    And complete assignment listed on the MHS website.

     

    Advanced Placement English Literature 12

    Students will read two novels over the summer and complete the accompanying assignment for each novel. The summer reading assignment is due on the first day of school, with a 10 pt. penalty for each day work is submitted late, up to four days.  Reading check tests will be administered the first week of return to school.  

    All students must read King Lear by William Shakespeare.

    Students must select and read one of the following novels:

    A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini (contains mature language and themes)

    Snow Flower and the Secret Fan by Linda See (contains mature themes)

    1984 by George Orwell

     

    The accompanying assignment can be found on the MHS website but will include a critical essay component.

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