Read opposing viewpoints about contemporary issues, practice close reading, notetaking, and summarizing, and become a critical reader.
This is an introduction to critical reading and writing. Genres include short stories, journalistic writing, essays, and poetry.
Classroom exercises develop important literary analytical tools including compare/contrast, cause/effect, and prediction.
Students write a variety of compositions on the results of their analyses and the literary themes expressed in the texts. They also write an original work.
|Session II||6/27/2022 - 7/8/2022||Dulles||Morning|
|Session II||6/27/2022 - 7/8/2022||Tysons||Afternoon|
|Session III||7/11/2022 - 7/22/2022||South Riding||Morning|
|Session III||7/11/2022 - 7/22/2022||Vienna||Afternoon|
|Session IV||7/25/2022 - 8/5/2022||Ashburn||Morning|
|Session IV||7/25/2022 - 8/5/2022||Chantilly||Afternoon|