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DM Hollins High School IGCSE and AICE / CambridgeSummer Reading- 2018Students at Dixie M. Hollins are required to read over the summer. Our teachers and staffare committed to student literacy, and we believe that reading over the summer will build stamina,skill, and interest in reading. The requirements below correspond with the English course in whichthe student is enrolled for the 2018-2019 school year.Students will turn in completed assignmentsto their English teacher on the first day of school for a grade. Please keep an electronic copy ofall your work, as you will upload your assignment to.**Contents:1.Overview and Contents2.Entering pre-AICE English Language IGSCE (9th grade Cambridge)3.Entering AICE General Paper (10th grade Cambridge)Entering AICE Thinking Skills (AS Level and A Level)4.Entering AICE English Language AS (11thgrade Cambridge)Entering AICE Language A Level5.Entering AICE English Literature AS (11th- 12thgrade Cambridge)Entering AICE English Literature A Level**Plagiarism Policy: Plagiarismis the uncredited use, whether intentional or unintentional, ofothers’ words or ideas. While some schools may not insist on documenting sources of words orideas, Dixie Hollins High School does. A charge of plagiarism will have severe consequences,including receiving a zero (0) on the assignment, a call home, and, a disciplinary referral.
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DHHS Summer Reading 2018- IGCSE and AICE / CambridgePage 2Entering pre-AICE English Language IGCSE (9thgrade Cambridge English)Complete a close reading of the following novel and complete the following two assignments:The Glass Castleby Jeannette Walls*1.)Two Column Notes:Reader Response Journal:Keep a handwritten double-entry journal as you read.You should maketen (10) entries in your journal that span events from the beginning of the novel through the end.Divide a page into two (2) columns.IN THE LEFT COLUMN briefly summarize events that are especially important, that raisequestions in your mind, or that solicit reactions from you.Information in this column should also:1.Indicate setting (time, season, span of years, location)2.Include a list of characters and their relationship to the novel3.Reveal the central conflict and resolutionIN THE RIGHT COLUMN record your thoughts about the events in the novel, your questions, yourpredictions, and your reactions.You should show evidence that you not only read the novel, but thatyou intellectually interacted with the novel as well.

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Mrs. Linn
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English, Tenth grade, AICE English, AICE English Language, AICE English Literature, Entering AICE English
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