Moncks Corner English 4 British Literature
Moncks Corner: English 4 - British Literature
Instructor: Hayden Wand
Monthly Cost: $25
Materials Fee: $22
Supplies and Books Required: In this reading-heavy class, students will need access to a variety of books and novels. These include Beowulf (from Signet Classics), Macbeth by William Shakespeare, Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen, A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson, The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde, The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis, and Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie. Short stories and poems will be provided.
No book substitutions allowed
Students will need a 3-ring binder with loose leaf paper, pencils, and a blue or black ink pen.
Course Description: This class will cover British Literature from the Anglo-Saxon period up until the mid-20th century. We will also cover Medieval and Elizabethan literature, as well as the Romantic, Victorian, and Modern periods. Works read will include epics, poetry, short stories, novels, and plays. Students will complete serval papers and other writing assignments. If time permits, we may watch film adaptations of A Christmas Carol and The Importance of Being Earnest (1952).
Weekly quizzes and daily homework: 50%
Tests and papers: 50%
Class Conduct: Students are required to behave in a mature and considerate manner at all times. While I encourage class discussion, all students should express themselves in a way that is kind and thoughtful to those around them. No cell phones or other electronic devices are permitted to be used during class time.
Moncks Corner: U.S. History
Instructor: Tina Dunning
Grade Level: 9 th -12 th
Monthly fee: $25
Material fee: $18 (one-time fee)
Textbook and Supplies Required: United States History (Bob Jones) 5th edition: ISBN - 978-1-62856-207-1, pens. THIS IS THE LASTEST EDITION.
Course Description: United States History (5th Edition) Student Text takes the student on a journey beginning with European contact with American Indians and ending with the inauguration of Donald Trump. Along the journey, the course highlights major historical events that have shaped American history, inviting students to discuss the ramifications of these events on society today. We will have class discussions, homework assignments, tests, and 2 projects.
The textbook is the only required book for