Language Arts

AP Language

Writing Assessment
for 2017-2018
 
Any junior currently enrolled in English 3 Enriched who would like to register for AP Language as a senior should use the link below to complete a brief Google Form that communicates his/her interest in participating in the AP Language writing assessment, which will be held in January of 2017. The writing assessment is a required component of the AP registration process for Enriched students.
 
Please complete this form: https://goo.gl/forms/ngA3aF8YjsNUySKi2 
 
Students who submit the Google Form will receive an email from language arts division chair, Mary Howard, in December, which will list the January dates for the writing assessment. Students will be required to attend one after school session to complete the assessment.
 
Contact Mary Howard with questions or for further details at mhoward@d94.org.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 WCCHS Summer Reading for 2016
All students participate in the
WEGO Summer Reading Program.
 
Information and resources are available on the left sidebar and are linked below. Each student should follow the expectations for his or her course and grade level as appropriate.
 
Please contact language arts division chair, Mary Howard, at mhoward@d94.org with questions. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
*Summaries were excerpted from Amazon.com
 
 
 
 Language Arts 
 
Students enroll in a full year of English each year they are in attendance at West Chicago Community High School. The courses taught in the language arts division promote reading, writing, speaking, and listening skill growth through the use of inquiry-based conceptual units. Students read texts from a variety of genres including fiction, non-fiction, drama, and poetry and analyze and discuss these texts as part of a larger inquiry about questions regarding justice, dystopian control, etc. or disciplinary concepts such as satire or the reliability of narrators. English classes at WCCHS also focus on developing a student's ability to write formal arguments and conduct mini-research into controversial topics. A third primary focus includes formal and informal speaking and listening growth. Students recite poetry, engage in Socratic discussions and formally debate. Daily participation in class is vital. The curriculum for core courses is written to align to the Common Core State Standards
Mary Howard
Division Chair
(630) 876-6363 
 
Shannon Atkian-Sanchez
English 1 Team
(630) 876-6351 
 
Mark Begovich
Honors and Senior Teams
(630) 876-6357
 
Patrick Clifford
English 3 and Honors Teams
(630) 876-6352
 
Amanda Cordes
English 2 and Senior Teams
(630) 876-6366
 

Jen Culbertson

English 1Team

jculbertson@d94.org 

(630) 876-6364 
 
Jamie Culen
Enriched English Teams 
(630) 876-6355
 
Tara Deleon
English 2 and Senior Teams
(630) 876-6356
 
Kyle Etheridge
English 2 and Enriched Teams
ketheridge@d94.org
 (630) 876-6353
 
Mary Fremeau
English 1 Team
(630) 876-6362
 
Dave Jennings
Enriched English and Senior Teams
(630) 876-6313
 
Laura Kuehn
English 3 and Senior Teams
Journalism Production
(630) 876-6360
 
Brad Larson
Senior Team
(630) 876-6361
 
Paul Lichy
English 3 and Senior Teams
(630) 876-6359
 
Nicole Osborne
Honors Team
(630) 876-6365
 
Lauren Stewart
English 1 and Honors Team
(630) 876-6350
 
Brian Turnbaugh
Honors and Studies Teams
(630) 876-6593
 
Katie Wood
Honors and Studies Teams
(630) 876-6354
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