Choice Reading Resources
2nd Semester Choice Reading Overview PDF
Link to other Resources for Choice Reading (on right column of this LINK)
You will be reading at least 3 hours a week from your Choice Book with the goal of reading 4-5 books between now and May.
Every-Monday Writing Component
Every Monday, you will have to have completed an entry in your journal (hand-written) before class begins. Most often, this will be about your Choice Book, but some weeks the focus for the entry may be more specific. During class on Monday, I will conference with you on your Choice Books and writings, making my way around the room to work with each of you one-on-one.
**By Spring Break: must have 2 fully-written Open Essays in your journal. You may use these are your Monday writings, but you won’t be able to do one each Monday, as you most likely need to finish a book before writing one. You may, though, write paragraphs and intros that could be used in later Open Essays about that book. I’d suggest referring to the list of past AP Prompts to get ideas of what to write about in this journal entries even when you’re not writing a full Open Essay.
At the top of the journal page
To earn credit, you must include:
Choose one or a few for each Tuesday’s entry. 2 pages minimum.
Wikispaces Reviews from English 11H Class of 2017- link
The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson (as told by Arthur the TV show)