ENGLISH 3 CPInstructor: Pucci, L.
Lauren M. Pucci
B.A. in English
M.A.T in teaching secondary English
Phone: 401-596-2109 ext. 3228
ENGLISH III: JUNIOR ENGLISH CP (132)
This course involves a more mature study of core English skills. Major American authors and periods are examined in their historical context, allowing exploration of literary themes in the context of the American experience. Writing, research, and critical analysis skills previously introduced are reinforced and developed. Interactive listening and class discussion are an integral part of this course.
Teacher Philosophy: I truly believe I educate the whole student, preparing him or her for life, not just the workforce. With that in mind, I leave you with this quote by Thomas C. Foster, a literary professor and published author: “Literature, in other words, is a system, a worldwide shared experience across millennia. There are connections everywhere because everything is connected.” From How to Read Novels like a Professor
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- CCSS 2
- CCSS 3
- 3.1 and 3.2 materials found here
- CCSS 4
- 4.1 Memoir
4.2 Informational text via The Old Man and the Sea and Their Eyes Were Watching God
- All materials needed for units 1.1 and 1.2 will be in this folder
- Get the year started
- Policies/contracts can be found here!
- Reading lists from NBA awards
Booker awards may be added!
- policies, handouts, writing tips
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Past Due Assignments
Date Due: 09/12/2016
Date Due: 10/04/2016
Date Due: 10/17/2016
Date Due: 10/21/2016
Date Due: 10/25/2016
Date Due: 11/03/2016
Date Due: 11/18/2016
Date Due: 12/13/2016
Date Due: 12/16/2016
Date Due: 01/04/2017
Date Due: 03/03/2017
Date Due: 03/13/2017
Date Due: 03/29/2017