English 12 builds on the reading, writing, grammar, and mechanics concepts developed in English 11. Each unit allows students to learn both reading concepts and writing skills.
By reading and analyzing a variety of literature, students learn about elements of fiction, such as theme, plot, and setting. They examine figurative language in poetry and drama and continue to focus on important writing skills, such as sentence and paragraph structure, sequencing, and proofreading. English 12 spans literary history from the Anglo-Saxons and the medieval period through the Victorian age and contemporary literature.
Literature has been finely selected to meet the discerning standards of the Torah community.