ENGLISH/LANGUAGE ARTS CURRICULUM

GRADE 10

Writing Standard 1: The student demonstrates competence in the writing process.

The student will:

Writing Standard 2: The student demonstrates the ability to write in a variety of styles and genres for differing purposes and audiences.

The student will:

Reading Standard 1: The student demonstrates competence in the general skills and strategies of the reading process.

The student will:

Reading Standard 2: The student demonstrates the ability to read for information and to use information resources.

The student will:

Reading Standard 3: The student demonstrates an understanding of types and elements of literature.

The student will:

Speaking Standard 1: The student demonstrates competence in speaking for effective communication in formal and informal situations.

The student will:

Listening Standard 1: The student demonstrates an ability to listen critically, analytically, and emphatically.

The student will:

High School English Department
Literature Titles
June 2000

The following works of literature will be used in the High School English Curriculum in the grades indicated. Titles from one grade level may not be used by any other grade level.

Grade 10

Of Mice and Men The Crucible The Old Man and the Sea
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn To Kill a Mockingbird Scarlet Letter
Black Boy The Glass Menagerie Cold Mountain
The Death of a Salesman

High School English Department
Optional Titles Reserved for Specific Grade Levels
June 2000

The following works of literature will be assigned as supplemental reading in the grades indicated. Titles listed for each grade level are reserved for that grade level and may not be used as part of the language arts curriculum in another grade level.

Grade 10

The Catcher in the Rye Our Town Sister Carrie
Native Son Silver Kiss Warriors Don’t Cry

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