- The Rise of the Creative Class by Richard Florida (we will read this in May)
- Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria: And Other Conversations About Race 5th Edition by Dr. Beverly Daniel Tatum (we will read this in January)
- 2 composition notebooks (1 for journal entries, 1 for notes)
Optional, but helpful
- 3-ring binder
- Post-its for annotations (square, original size)
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The purpose of this class is to prepare NPA’s seniors for life outside of the classroom: whether that be university, trade school, the job market, or at home.
Reading and writing are tools that we use to empower ourselves, and senior English aims to both encourage students to use these tools and to feel confident in their ability to do so.
How and Why
From morning until night, we consume media. Office memos. News articles. Movies. Books. Advertisements. Podcasts. Music. (I know that those are sentence fragments. It was a stylistic choice.) Each writer, unwittingly or consciously, uses rhetorical tools to promote messages. NPA’s seniors will learn how to identify those methods and messages and how to use those tools for themselves.
Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria: And Other Conversations About Race 5th Edition by Beverly Daniel Tatum PhD
The Rise of the Creative Class Revisited by Richard Florida
• Pre-assigned homework read or completed
• Composition notebooks
• Pen or pencil
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This class explores the nature of what it is to be human and the scientific studies that have given insights into ourselves and others.
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