Summer Reading 2012
Suggested Summer Reading List
Freshmen who are not given specific reading assignment should read at least two grade-level appropriate books. There will be an assessment at the beginning of the year.
Required reading and attached assignment
Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck
plus one novel of your choice.
Sophomores who are not given specific reading assignment should read at least two grade-level appropriate books. There will be an assessment at the beginning of the year.
Students should read at least three choice books.
American Literature Honors
Students must read three age-appropriate books. The teachers suggest that students write a summary of important characters, plot points, and themes as a way to remember specifics. Students can expect an assignment regarding summer reading at the beginning of the school year.
World Literature H
Required to reading: Oedipus the King by Sophocles
In addition, students should select two works of appropriate reading level by authors not native to the United States. Choices may include novels, memoirs, or short story collections. See the resource lists at the FHS library catalog (http://destiny.fpsct.org) (select public-list under the World Lit at the bottom) for suggestions of appropriate works from different regions of the world.
AP English Language & Composition Grade 11
AP Literature Grade 12
British Literature H