English is used to communicate and interact with culture, environments, and each other. We read, view, respond, and speak into our world, each in our unique way. In this course, learners explore the full range of contexts and purposes for language. Learners will research, read, and write works of fiction and poetry, as well as observe interactions in and with their communities, and view a variety of media for contemplation and discussion. Through this course, learners are empowered to analyze the world and confidently express his/her voice, all the while, developing critical and analytical thinking and written response skills.
Note: This course contains a Ministry final exam.