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2021 High School Honors and Humanities Required Summer Reading for Students Entering Grades 9-12 KHS encourages all students to read over the summer to • help students maintain English Language Arts skills over the summer break • expose students to quality literature that they might not pick up on their own • promote independent reading, inquiry, and scholarship which will facilitate students as lifelong learners KHS requires students who are enrolled in Honors English or Humanities to read over the summer to • allow teachers to begin literary discussions at the level of depth and complexity required in an Advanced Academics course during the first weeks of school • build a base of literature from which students will draw when completing advanced placement assessments Activities /Grading Students in Honors English I, II, III, or IV or Humanities I or II are required to read their assigned book (see page 2) over the summer and will complete oral and written assignments prior to the first day of school based on their reading. Students are also expected to annotate or take notes to help them process their reading and prepare for the projects/activities they will complete.

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