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Julia Salce


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Honors English I, English I and English III
English Department Co-Chair

Room 535
julia.salce@gilbertschools.net

Welcome! 

Honors English I: 

The Honors 9th English course is the first of two pre-AP courses. This course is essential in providing the foundation for advanced English studies, specifically AP Language and AP Literature Composition (college level courses offered junior and senior year). This comprehensive course examines the writing process for narrative, argument, synthesis, and analysis writing. Students will read a variety of non-fiction and fiction texts focusing on the coming of age archetype. Additionally, students will acquire a repertoire of new vocabulary and grammar skills in preparation for standardized college admissions tests and academic writing. The ultimate goal of this course is to help students’ reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills develop in order to achieve college and career readiness.

English I: 

The Honors 9th English course is the first of two pre-AP courses. This course is essential in providing the foundation for advanced English studies, specifically AP Language and AP Literature Composition (college level courses offered junior and senior year). This comprehensive course examines the writing process for narrative, argument, synthesis, and analysis writing. Students will read a variety of non-fiction and fiction texts focusing on the coming of age archetype. Additionally, students will acquire a repertoire of new vocabulary and grammar skills in preparation for standardized college admissions tests and academic writing. The ultimate goal of this course is to help students’ reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills develop in order to achieve college and career readiness. 

English III: 

The Junior English course is essential in providing the foundation for advanced English studies. This comprehensive course examines the writing process for narrative, argument, synthesis, and analysis writing. Students will read a variety of non-fiction and fiction texts focusing on what has shaped American society. Additionally, students will acquire a repertoire of new vocabulary and grammar skills in preparation for standardized college admissions tests and academic writing. The ultimate goal of this course is to help students’ reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills develop in order to achieve college and career readiness. 

About Mrs. Salce: 
Hello! I am currently in my 13th year of teaching English! I am really excited to be teaching your child this year! 

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