Outside Reading

It's That Time of the Year.
Posted on 08/15/2019
Outside Reading


OUTSIDE READING
It is that time of year again – outside reading announcements! We continually tailor our program to meet the needs of our students – keeping in mind our 4x4 schedule, we have outside reading instead of summer reading. Some students will not be taking an English class until January. The outside reading requirements are listed here, but will also be posted on our website. As always, we will be giving our requirements to the public library as well as Barnes and Noble, so that they may prepare for the extra traffic surrounding the titles. If you have any questions regarding the outside reading requirements, feel free to contact your student’s English teacher or the department chairperson – Kristen.karszes@beaufort.k12.sc.us

Directions for College Prep English Students:

We are supporting college prep students and their parents in making enjoyable choices for reading. On the website, you will see a recommended list of books. These books are the South Carolina Young Adult Book Award 2019-2020 nominees. We recommend your student read at least one of these books to gain a great start toward being able to participate in the voting for the best SC Young Adult Book in February. If your student reads three books from this list, he or she will be able to participate in the voting process.

O’Connor stories for IB English HL1-juniors:

Not all stories will be read from the collection.  
Read and annotate the following selection.
 

  1. “Introduction” vii-xvii (11)
  2. “The Geranium” pp. 3-14 (11)
  3. “The Train” pp. 54-62 (8)
  4. “A Good Man is Hard to Find” pp. 117-133 (16)
  5. “The Life You Save May Be Your Own” pp. 145-156 (11)
  6. “Good Country People” pp. 271-291 (20) 
  7. "Everything that Rises Must Converge” pp. 406-420 (14)

Directions for HHIHS IB/Honors Students:

                                   

Directions for HHIHS IB/Honors Students:

The outside reading list for HHIHS IB/Honors English courses is listed below. You are required to read specific works. Your teacher will have additional assessments on the books such as a Socratic Seminar during your scheduled English class. This work will be a start to the curriculum you will encounter as you enter your English course. See the Media Specialist in your school or local library if you are having difficulty obtaining a copy.

IB English HL2:  Einstein’s Dreams by Alan Lightman

IB English HL1: The Complete Stories by Flannery O’Connor

English IV Honors: Frankenstein by Mary Shelley

English III Honors: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain

English II Honors: Lord of the Flies by William Golding

English I Honors: Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck