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Genni Gunn is an author, translator, creative writing instructor and musician. She has published eleven books: three novels: Solitaria (Signature Editions), longlisted for the Giller Prize 2011; Tracing Iris, made into a film titled The Riverbank; and Thrice Upon a Time, finalist for the Commonwealth Prize; two story collections: On the Road and Hungers; two poetry collections: Mating in Captivity, finalist for the Gerald Lampert Poetry Award, and Faceless; two collections of poetry in translation of Dacia Maraini’s, Devour Me Too, finalist for the John Glassco Prize and Travelling in the Gait of a Fox, finalist for the Premio Internazionale Diego Valeri; and one poetry collection of Corrado Calabrò’s Text Me. She has also written the libretto for the opera Alternate Visions, produced in Montreal in 2007, and showcased at the Opera America Conference in Vancouver, May 2013. Two of her books have been translated into various languages (including Italian). She is an inveterate traveler, and her experiences are reflected in her most recent book of travel essays, Tracks: Journeys in Time and Place (Signature Editions, 2013).
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All 9th grade students will be enrolled in this course and can receive a year's credit in English. Students will develop their skills in reading literature, writing, and discussion. They will read a variety of novels, poems, plays, and short stories. Students will write in a variety of forms, including expository and narrative essays, poetry, and narration. They will develop skills in speech, critical thinking, and analytical and expressive writing.
Justin Rutledge is a Juno Award-winning songwriter who resides in Wellington, Ontario. Born in Toronto, Justin studied English Literature at the University of Toronto before recording his first album, No Never Alone (2005), which was originally released in the UK to rave reviews and critical acclaim—the NME called the album “an incredible breakthrough.” Justin’s other albums include The Devil On A Bench In Stanley Park (2006), Man Descending (2008), The Early Widows (2010), Valleyheart (2013—Juno Award, Canadian Folk Music Award), Daredevil (2014), and East (2016).
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All 10th grade students will be enrolled in this course. They will receive a year's credit (1.0) in Social Studies. The course will emphasize written and oral communication skills, critical thinking, research skills, and acquiring content knowledge in U.S. history and economics. The course of study is based on the themes of Economic Change, Reform, and the Age of Disillusionment.
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Acting III expands the advanced student's theatrical horizons. Students will continue to improve and refine acting skills while exploring new areas of theatre. Throughout the course, students will experience world theatre, while exploring alternative aspects of theatre (script writing, directing, designing). Students will also learn critical audition techniques that can be applied not only to theatre but also to all endeavors. Students will also continue to build their essential rehearsal, performance, and critique skills.
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Elaine Kalman Naves was born in Hungary, grew up in Budapest, London, and Montreal, and is the author of eight books, among them two award-winning memoirs about her family: Journey to Vaja, and Shoshanna’s Story. A long-time columnist for the Montreal Gazette and frequent contributor to CBC Ideas, Elaine has also written more than 500 articles and stories published in a variety of Canadian and international publications. Elaine’s honours include a Canadian Literary Award for Personal Essay, two Quebec Writers’ Federation prizes for non-fiction, and two Jewish Book Awards for Holocaust Literature. Her most recent book, The Book of Faith, was longlisted for the 2016 Leacock Prize for Humour.
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This year-long course is designed to engage seniors in critical analysis and enjoyment of literature. Through talking and writing about complex literature, students deepen their understanding of how writers use language to enhance meaning and engage audiences. They write essays in and out of class. In these ways, they prepare for the Advanced Placement exam in English Literature in the spring. Those who pass the exam may qualify for advanced credit at various colleges and universities. Because of this, students in this course are expected to meet college- level expectations. .