English

EnglishbannerThe Cherokee County School District’s English and Language Arts curriculum is based on the integration of teaching listening, speaking, reading and writing skills. Teaching concepts in literature as they relate to students’ lives and future career choices, teaching problem-solving skills and instructing in the application of technology in the teaching of language arts is also stressed.

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English Department Publications

THE TRIBAL CHANT NEWSLETTER

SEQUOYAH LITERARY MAGAZINE


Courses GA Milestone Required Elective
9th Grade Literature and Composition (On-level and Honors) YES NO
10th Grade Literature and Composition (On-level and Honors) NO NO
11th Literature and Composition – American (On-level and Honors) YES NO
12th Grade Literature and Composition – British (On-level) NO NO
Honors Advanced Composition (Seniors) NO YES
Advanced Placement Language (Sophomores and Juniors) NO YES
Advanced Placement Literature/Composition (Seniors) NO YES
English ESOL I – IV NO YES
Journalism 1 (Introduction to Journalism) NO YES
Journalism 2 (Yearbook, Newspaper, or Literary Magazine) NO YES
Journalism 3 (Yearbook, Newspaper, or Literary Magazine) NO YES
Journalism 4 (Yearbook, Newspaper, or Literary Magazine) NO YES
Oral/Written Communication (Speech) – Semester class NO YES
Film/Video and Television – Semester class NO YES
Basic Reading and Writing  1 and 2 – Study Skills Elective for 9th and 10th

This class is for students who may have struggled in previous English/Language Arts classes and would benefit from extra English instruction. The class will provide support for the assignments given in the students’ regular English class as well as supplement those assignments with more targeted reading and writing practice.

NO YES