English Language Arts
The West Hartford English curriculum is comprised of full-year freshman and sophomore courses plus a variety of full-year and semester electives for juniors and seniors. While courses vary in content, focus, and level of difficulty, these skills - literature and language study, writing, and critical thinking - receive careful attention in every course. In addition to helping students develop interest and proficiency in these areas, English teachers provide students with extended and individual assistance through the teacher-student conferences, portfolio work, and state and SAT test preparation.
After completing the required English 9 and English 10 courses, students choose among the elective offerings for a program suitable to their preparation for college or career. To meet district and state requirements, all students must earn eight semester English credits (four credits). Three of those credits must be earned in any full-year literature-based courses. All English courses have a summer reading requirement.
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|English||Hannah Marks-Hamilton- Long Term Sub: Nicholas Patenaude||Teacherfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Conard English Courses:
Transitional English – ESOL
Honors English 9
Honors English 10
AP English: Language & Composition
The Academic Resource Center provides an opportunity for students to receive extra help with writing papers. The center is staffed by a certified English/Social Studies teacher each period of the day. Students must obtain a pass from their subject teacher before the start of the school day in order to attend the writing resource center during a free period.
Back corner of the library
Hours: Period 1-8