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    For my second year at Frenchtown High School, I will be in charge of Freshman English and Freshman Honors English, along with Junior English and Honors. In an exciting change, I am offering two electives! Those who take Philosphical Literature will find themselves pondering thoughts of well known philosophers, as well as their own, in the fall while students who sign up for Speak Out! will get together in the spring to practice public speaking.
     
    Annie Sullivan
    Phone: (406) 626-26xx
    Email: anniesullivan@ftsd.org
     
    Biography
     
    I made my appearance in Denver, Colorado, where I lived until the end of my elementary days. From there we returned to my father's roots in the Butte/Anaconda area. I graduated as a Copperhead and chose to forge my path at the University of Montana where I acquired a Bachelor's in English and a teaching certificate. I began my teaching career Butte Central High School then gained experience at Beaverhead County High School. Missoula County feels like an excellent place to stay!
     
    I love being outside, creating things, reading, pizza, coffee, and teaching.
    Class Description(s)
     

    English I

    We will dive into a variety of World Literature and hone expository writing skills. Emphasis will be placed on the 6+ traits of writing, five paragraph essays, the power of presentation, and productive discussion. Literature will vary between short stories, novels, poetry, and non fiction articles.

    English I Honors

    We will dive into a variety of World Literature and hone expository writing skills. Emphasis will be placed on the 6+ traits of writing, five paragraph essays, the power of presentation, and productive discussion. Literature will vary between short stories, novels, poetry, and non fiction articles.

    English 3

    Junior year we celebrate American Literature. We will read a variety of novels, plays, and poetry from celebrated American authors. For writing, we will step up our game and master those 6+ traits of writing, expanding our argumentative skills, and prepare for the ACT.

    English 3 Honors

    Junior year we celebrate American Literature. We will read a variety of novels, plays, and poetry from celebrated American authors. For writing, we will step up our game and master those 6+ traits of writing, expanding our argumentative skills, and prepare for the ACT.

    Philosophy

    I am excited to explore this discipline with you! We will take a look at various philosophical schools of thought, the big philosophical questions, read a bit of Plato, and explore contemporary ideas of philosophy. This class will also take the opportunity to strengthen timed writing skills and verbal discussion.

     

    Speak Out!

    This class offers the opportunity to fine tune standing in front of your peers and talking about topics you care about. We will focus on getting comfortable and speaking articulately.