Core Classes

English

English Courses:

English I

Grade: 9th

Description: This course is designed to teach students the fundamentals of grammar and composition. Study of speech and sentence parts will lead logically into developmental paragraph and essay work. Selections from world literature will be used to introduce students to basic concepts of analysis.


English I Honors: Extra Quality Point Awarded for C or Above.

Description: This course is designed to go beyond the fundamentals of grammar and composition. Study of speech and sentence parts will lead logically into developmental paragraph and essay work. Selections from world literature will be used to introduce students to basic concepts of analysis. Outstanding writing skills, an excellent reading repertoire, superior study habits, and exemplary behavior are necessary for success in this course. A summer reading assignment is required.

Prerequisite: Teacher Recommendation, Signatures of English Teacher & Parent are Required.

English II

Grade: 10th

Description: Content in this course is similar to that of English II–Honors, except that instruction and reading material will be geared to the student of average ability. Writing and communication skills will be emphasized as well as reading and literary interpretation.


English II Honors: Extra Quality Point Awarded for C or Above.

Description: In addition to the required summer reading assignment and the 3.0 average in previous English classes, the student must have the approval and signature of the Honors class teacher at Woodlawn and a parent. Outstanding writing skills, an excellent reading repertoire, superior study habits, and exemplary behavior are necessary for success in this course. Any student registering during the summer months must fulfill the summer reading assignment and get approval from the Honor’s teacher and parent.

Prerequisite: Signature of Honors English teacher and Minimum of 3.0 in previous English courses.

English III

Grade: 11th

Description: Content in this course is similar to that of English III Honors; however, instruction and reading material will be geared to the student of average ability. Writing and communication skills will be emphasized as well as reading and literary interpretation.


English Language & Composition AP: Extra Quality Point Awarded for C or Above.

Description: AP English III is an advanced course designed to help students become skilled readers of prose written in a variety of rhetorical contexts and to become skilled writer who compose for a variety of purposes. In the spring all members of the class may take the AP exam.

Prerequisite: Teacher Recommendation and Teacher Approval.

Technical Reading & Writing

Grade: 11th

Description: In this course, students will learn the established basics for effective written composition in the business world. The course will also introduce them to such types of communication as processes, description of mechanisms, proposals, and reports (Jump Start substitution for English III).

English IV

Grade: 12th

Description: Content in this course is similar to that of English IV-Honors, except that instruction and reading material will be geared to the student of average ability. Writing and communications skills will be emphasized as well as reading and literary interpretation.


English Literature & Composition AP: Extra Quality Point Awarded for C or Above.

Description: AP English IV is an advanced course roughly equivalent to a college freshman course in literary analysis, interpretation, and writing. It is a challenging, yet rewarding experience for those who choose to take it. It is highly recommended that students earn an “A” or “B” in their previous English course. The class is open to all juniors and seniors. In the spring all members of the class may take the AP exam; a high score on this national test will exempt students from freshman English at most college.

Prerequisite: Honors English Teacher Recommendation Required.

English Faculty:

Anna Rozier, Department Chair
arozier@ebrschools.org

Meagan Bailey
mbailey5@ebrschools.org

Tonya Collins
tcollins@ebrschools.org

Lashawn Goins
lgoins@ebrschools.org

Kristin Guidry
kguidry@ebschools.org

Courtney Harper
charper1@ebschools.org

Evelyn Jarrell
ejarrell@ebrschools.org

Joshua Jones
jjones6@ebrschools.org

Kelly Nobles
knobles@ebrschools.org

James Roberts
jroberts3@ebschools.org

Joselynn Roberts
jnelson1@ebschools.org

Core Classes

English

English Courses:

English I

Grade: 9th

Description: This course is designed to teach students the fundamentals of grammar and composition. Study of speech and sentence parts will lead logically into developmental paragraph and essay work. Selections from world literature will be used to introduce students to basic concepts of analysis.


English I Honors: Extra Quality Point Awarded for C or Above.

Description: This course is designed to go beyond the fundamentals of grammar and composition. Study of speech and sentence parts will lead logically into developmental paragraph and essay work. Selections from world literature will be used to introduce students to basic concepts of analysis. Outstanding writing skills, an excellent reading repertoire, superior study habits, and exemplary behavior are necessary for success in this course. A summer reading assignment is required.

Prerequisite: Teacher Recommendation, Signatures of English Teacher & Parent are Required.

English II

Grade: 10th

Description: Content in this course is similar to that of English II–Honors, except that instruction and reading material will be geared to the student of average ability. Writing and communication skills will be emphasized as well as reading and literary interpretation.


English II Honors: Extra Quality Point Awarded for C or Above.

Description: In addition to the required summer reading assignment and the 3.0 average in previous English classes, the student must have the approval and signature of the Honors class teacher at Woodlawn and a parent. Outstanding writing skills, an excellent reading repertoire, superior study habits, and exemplary behavior are necessary for success in this course. Any student registering during the summer months must fulfill the summer reading assignment and get approval from the Honor’s teacher and parent.

Prerequisite: Signature of Honors English teacher and Minimum of 3.0 in previous English courses.

English III

Grade: 11th

Description: Content in this course is similar to that of English III Honors; however, instruction and reading material will be geared to the student of average ability. Writing and communication skills will be emphasized as well as reading and literary interpretation.


English Language & Composition AP: Extra Quality Point Awarded for C or Above.

Description: AP English III is an advanced course designed to help students become skilled readers of prose written in a variety of rhetorical contexts and to become skilled writer who compose for a variety of purposes. In the spring all members of the class may take the AP exam.

Prerequisite: Teacher Recommendation and Teacher Approval.

Technical Reading & Writing

Grade: 11th

Description: In this course, students will learn the established basics for effective written composition in the business world. The course will also introduce them to such types of communication as processes, description of mechanisms, proposals, and reports (Jump Start substitution for English III).

English IV

Grade: 12th

Description: Content in this course is similar to that of English IV-Honors, except that instruction and reading material will be geared to the student of average ability. Writing and communications skills will be emphasized as well as reading and literary interpretation.


English Literature & Composition AP: Extra Quality Point Awarded for C or Above.

Description: AP English IV is an advanced course roughly equivalent to a college freshman course in literary analysis, interpretation, and writing. It is a challenging, yet rewarding experience for those who choose to take it. It is highly recommended that students earn an “A” or “B” in their previous English course. The class is open to all juniors and seniors. In the spring all members of the class may take the AP exam; a high score on this national test will exempt students from freshman English at most college.

Prerequisite: Honors English Teacher Recommendation Required.

English Faculty:

Anna Rozier, Deptartment Chair
arozier@ebrschools.org
Megan Bailey
mbailey5@ebrschools.org
Tonya Collins
tcollins@ebrschools.org
Lashawn Goins
lgoins@ebrschools.org
Kristin Guidry
kguidry@ebschools.org
Courtney Harper
charper1@ebschools.org
Evelyn Jarrell
ejarrell@ebrschools.org
Joshua Jones
jjones6@ebrschools.org
Kelly Nobles
knobles@ebrschools.org
James Roberts
jroberts3@ebrschools.org
Joselynn Roberts
jnelson1@ebrschools.org
Rhonda Ware
rshaver@ebrschools.org