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  • Chicago Vocational Career Academy
  • Chicago, IL
  • Nearly all students from low‑income households Data about students' economic need comes from the National Center for Education Statistics, via our partners at MDR Education. Learn more

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I teach 11th grade English, which in my district is the study of British Literature (think Chaucer, Shakespeare, Swift, Milton). Needless to say this is a challenge, as the sentence structure and vocabulary of these texts are not familiar or easy for my students. However, these are great pieces of literature, with enduring themes, and it is frustrating to watch the students turn away from these works simply because they don't understand or become frustrated with the syntax.

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I teach 11th grade English, which in my district is the study of British Literature (think Chaucer, Shakespeare, Swift, Milton). Needless to say this is a challenge, as the sentence structure and vocabulary of these texts are not familiar or easy for my students. However, these are great pieces of literature, with enduring themes, and it is frustrating to watch the students turn away from these works simply because they don't understand or become frustrated with the syntax.

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