Summer reading information

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Summer Reading 2020-2021

 

9th Graders

                -“Teach Me How to Work and Keep Me Kind”   by Joseph Fiener

                   From American Educator Fall 2016   (from Opposing Viewpoints in Context)

                   From link.galegroup.com/apps/doc/A466519296/OVIC?u=special_ovrc&xid=8df68b58?

                -“Starting High School” by Teens Health.org

                  From www.kidshealth.org/en/teens/starting-high-school.html

                -“Turning Light into Matter” by Shannon Palus

                 From www.discovermagazine.com/2014/april/6-how-to-make-light-matter

                -“What the Declaration of Independence Really Claimed” by Randy Barnett

                  From The Volokh Conspiracy (July  4,2015)

 www.washingtonpost.com/news/volokh-conspiracy/wp/2015/07/04/what-the-declaration-of-independence-really-claimed/?

                -“8 Ways to Find More Time to Read, Even If You’re Super Busy” by Elizabeth Sile

                  www.realsimple.com/work-life/life-strategies/read-more

 

10th Graders

                -Ten Reasons People Still Need Cursive”

                  By www.thefederalist.com/2015/02/25/ten-reasons-people-still-need-cursive/

                -“The Meaning of Magna Carta Since 1215”

                 By Ralph V. Turner (History Today Volume 23  Issue 9  September 2003)

                 From https://diplomatizzando.blogspot.com/2015/06/the-meaning-of-magna-carta-since-1215.html

                -“A Surprising Fix for Sickle Cell” by Karen Weintraub (Scientific American May 2016)

                 From www.scientificamerican.com/article/genetic-treatments-for-sickle-cell/

 

11th Graders

                -“Benefits & Costs of Social Media in Adolescence” (Pediatrics Journal)

                -“Lead in Your Water: Is Any Amount Safe? “ & “The Flint Water Crisis: What’s Really Going On”

                 By Adrian Dingle (ChemMatters Dec 16-Jan 17)

                 From www.acs.org/chemmatters

                -“Can We Make Cars that Are Clean, Fuel-Efficient, and Powerful? by John Uhlrich

                 From ChemMatters (Feb/March 2017)

                -“The Extinction Crisis”  from

              www.biologicaldiversity.org/programs/biodiversity/elements_of_biodiversity/extrinction_crisis/

 

12th Graders

                -“Dubuque:  Creating a Culture of Engagement”  by Sarah Lipscomb

                  From www.childmind.org

                -“My Graduation Speech” by Neil Postman

                -“Richard Feynman & The Connection Machine” (The Long Now) by W. Daniel Hills





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