Summer Reading Assignment

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Purposeful reading over the summer enhances your chances of scoring big-time on the ACT, SAT, LEAP, and other major exams (like AP Literature and Composition or AP Language). The more you practice reading, the more you are exposed to great writing, allowing you to better simulate those same skills on your performance exams.


The assignment consists of three specific tasks listed below. You can find out additional details on how to do each task and complete the assignments in Google Classroom.

Annotations

Due on the first day of class and checked by the teacher while in class (no electronic submission via Google Classroom required)

Motif Tracker

Due Monday, August 8th, 2022 (submit via Google Classroom)

Thesis Statement

Due Monday, August 8th, 2022 (submit via Google Classroom)

Additional resources in Google Classroom:

These documents and resources are not mandatory to use or complete but will provide you with extensive help in completing the actual assignment listed above. You can find the following additional resources under the “Resources” section of the “Classwork” tab in Google Classroom.

  • Writing Prompt
  • Mini Literary Glossary
  • Word Cloud
  • Critics Vocabulary
  • Annotation Guide
  • Annotation Exemplar
  • Scoring Rubric
  • Thesis Rules
  • Thesis Exemplars
  • Audiobook
  • Ebook

Google Classroom enrollment link:

With your school-issued email address, join the Google Classroom designed specifically for your grade level. In the virtual classroom, you will find several resources to assist you in your reading and writing tasks. You must be enrolled in the online classroom to submit your writing task: the thesis statement.

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