Each unit in English 11 uses a central theme to teach reading, writing, grammar, and mechanics, providing learners with a cohesive and connected learning experience.
Units provide a comprehensive overview of American literature from pre-1800 forward, including early American literature, depression-era literature, and contemporary literature. Assigned readings include American masters, and course discussions provide an opportunity for discourse on specific course concepts and their applications. In this way, the course encourages the development of critical twenty-first-century skills.
Literature has been finely selected to meet the discerning standards of the Torah community.