From Dr. Leach Literacy Coach
All current and incoming G-Star Students are encouraged to take advantage of the time off from school to make use of their public library. Ideally, when looking for a book you will enjoy, it is best to read the first page (at least) before choosing it. That should tell you whether the style of writing and the subject will appeal to you. Also, take out a few books, both fiction and non-fiction. Ask the librarian or other teenagers for recommendations in the genres of movies you enjoy for a fiction selection. If you like a certain category of movie, you may enjoy that genre of book. Whatever your interests, film, animation, animals, ecology, fashion, etc., take out a non-fiction book to learn more about what interests your. Finally, because you are selecting your own reading material you are not obligated to finish a book if you don’t like it. Put it down if it is not compelling, and move on to another.
Happy Summer Reading!
Click the links below to open or download Summer Assignments.
Summer Reading IB 9th Grade – Part 1
Summer Reading IB 9th Grade – Part 2
Summer Reading Incoming 10th Grade
Summer Reading IB 11th Grade – Part 1
Summer Reading IB 11th Grade – Part 2
Summer Reading 11th Grade and AP Literature
Incoming AP Language and Composition
Summer Reading 12th Grade Honors
Incoming IB-12 Summer-Reading
Acting 2 Summer Assignment
Acting 4 Summer Assignment
AP World History
Math Summer Assignment