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M.A.S.T. @ Homestead English I

                                     

                                       

 

9th Grade Reading for M.A.S.T. @ Homestead Regulars Class please purchase the following novels The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson, To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, No Fear Shakespeare Romeo & Juliet and Night by Elie Wiesel

9th Grade Honors/Gifted Reading for M.A.S.T. @ Homestead please purchase The Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk Kidd, No Fear Shakespeare Romeo & Juliet, The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde and Night by Elie Wiesel

9th Grade Regulars Summer Reading Assignment 

The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson.  Create a "Wanted" poster for one of the characters in the book.  It should include a drawing of the character, a physical description of the character, the character's misdeed(s), other important information about the character, and the reward offered for the capture of the character.

Mythology by Edith Hamiltion:  Write three journal/reader's log entries, each on a different story.  Each journal should include the name of the story and number of the  page the story begins.  A 5 - 7 sentence summary of the story as if the reader where present during the events taking place and explain why this story is important (2-5 sentences).  This will also meet with the 9th grade History Summary Reading Assignment.

These assignments will be collected during the second week of school and will count as part of your grade in Language Arts.

9th Grade Honors/Gifted Summer Reading Assignment

The Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk Kidd.  Write a character diary, writing at least eight journal entries as if you are a character in the story.  Write down events that happen during the story and reflect on how they affect the character and why.

Mythology by Edith Hamiltion:  Write three journal/reader's log entries, each on a different story.  Each journal should include the name of the story and number of the  page the story begins.  A 5 - 7 sentence summary of the story as if the reader where present during the events taking place and explain why this story is important (2-5 sentences).  This will also meet the requirement for 9th Grade History Summer Reading Assignment.

These assignments will be collected during the second week of school and will count as part of your grade in Language Arts.

For further information regarding the summer reading assignments and information pertaining to English I, please refer to the teacher link at:

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