Words have a longer life than Deeds.
– Pindar (522 BCE – 443 BCE)
The English Department blends together the traditional and contemporary in its various course offerings. All of the teachers are dedicated and enthusiastic about their subject, courses and classes. In addition to our core classes, we are proud of our optional, and always popular, Grade 11 Media Studies and Grade 12 University Writer’s Craft courses. We also offer Enriched English at the junior level and IB Language A1: literature and language in Grades 11 and 12.
We are a dynamic and involved Department so please check back regularly for updates.
Shakespeare’s Birth/Deathday Celebration – April 23 at lunch in the Upper East Wing
Mr. D. Sheeler – Department Head: email@example.com
Ms. S. Bentham – Assistant Department Head: firstname.lastname@example.org (on leave)
Ms. J. Turner – Acting Assistant Department Head: email@example.com
Ms. L. Delcotto-Kaminski
Ms. N. Fanara
Ms. K. Fisher
Ms. K. Hatcher
Ms. P. Haygarth
Ms. M. Kay
Ms. J. Schurer
Online Citation Machine – use this website (https://citationmachine.net/) to automatically generate MLA, APA or Chicago appropriate citations for your Works Cited and Bibliography pages.
Essay Tree – check out this “extended metaphor” for growing good essays: TheEssayTree 2013
Essay Writing Workshop Package – Download this FREE Package that contains information on the creation, formatting, improvement and requirements of various essay styles. You will need Adobe Reader to view it (available free at www.adobe.com). Essay Writing Package
Literacy Test (OSSLT) Assistance
Although literacy is a school-wide component, each year the English Department offers staff training and extensive grade 9 and intensive 10 preparation. The test runs for only 1 day, 2.5 hours and will occur on March 27, 2019. Successfully passing the OSSLT is a Graduation Requirement. For additional information, go to www.eqao.com.
Courses Offered – click the corresponding file to download the Course Outlines.
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