card header iconSummer 2018 AP Assignments for 2018-2019

Please download the link below to access Ms. Langel's reading assignment Wiesel's Speech

Please select the link below to open Ms. Langel's English 2H Summer Assignment.

Please select the link below to open Mr. Hoover's English 3H Summer Assignment.

Please select the link below to open your summer English 4AP assignment with Ms. Kemble.

English 4 AP: Summer Assignment - Ms. Kemble / kkemble@njuhsd.com

Please select the link below to open your summer assignment for Yearbook with Ms. Kemble.
 
The Nevada Union High School English Department consists of a seasoned group of professionals who strive for excellence in their own work, as well as in the work of their students.  Each course of study is designed to enhance the students’ prior knowledge by providing a multitude of learning opportunities through critical reading, writing and analysis. Collaboration is a key component in ensuring that our students achieve at their highest level and, to that end, the department meets frequently in order to create common assessments, share best practices, and create a sequenced approach to the study of English as students complete each grade-level class.  The English Department course offerings are rich and diverse, including electives in Photojournalism and Yearbook in the Digital Age, while fulfilling college preparatory requirements at every class level, as well as offering high-level pathways to achievement, such as English 2H (Honors), English 3H (Honors), and AP (Advanced Placement) English Literature and Composition.
 

card header iconEnglish Department Essential Learning Outcomes

Self-directed, collaborative learners will:

  1. Understand and communicate a position, orally and in writing, and defend it with effective evidence and sound reasoning.

  2. Discern and demonstrate an organized, effective, and grammatically sound writing style that allows the readers to navigate easily through a correctly MLA formatted document.

  3. Analyze, evaluate, and synthesize non-fiction texts for author’s message, purpose, audience, and voice.  

  4. Analyze and evaluate fiction texts for literary devices, as well as compare and contrast literature from different time periods.

  5. Engage in research and the research writing process, including recognizing and utilizing source materials that effectively support a position, organizing an effective thesis and drafting and revision toward a polished product.

  6. Consistently cite textual evidence in analysis and discussions of texts.

  7. Use technology as a tool for research, presentations, and collaboration.

card header iconNevada Union High School English Department Teachers

 
Keri Kemble, Department Chair    

Michael Dunlap     Debi Fairchild        Brad Hoover                 
 
Sadie Kinseth       Alicia LaCoste        Kelsey Langel      

Gregory Mullins    Kristina Stroeve     Meegan Toro      
 
         

card header iconNevada Union High School English Department Teachers