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Mr. Gremaud’s Classroom Edit display name

  • Metro Academic Classical High School
  • Saint Louis, MO
  • Nearly all students from low‑income households

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In the tenth grade American Literature curriculum I would like students to get away from the "high school canon" of boring, middle-brow texts that universally fail to challenge and engage my students. By offering them access to two tales that encapsulate the key themes of one of America's great literary figures, they will be challenged to grapple with high-level philosophical concepts (the discursive power of narrative to shape reality, the relationship of the individual to society, moral obligations in the face of violence and injustice) and language. Furthermore, students will build cross-cultural and curricular contexts and examine how individual authors circulate among various currents and connect to their individual milieus.

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In the tenth grade American Literature curriculum I would like students to get away from the "high school canon" of boring, middle-brow texts that universally fail to challenge and engage my students. By offering them access to two tales that encapsulate the key themes of one of America's great literary figures, they will be challenged to grapple with high-level philosophical concepts (the discursive power of narrative to shape reality, the relationship of the individual to society, moral obligations in the face of violence and injustice) and language. Furthermore, students will build cross-cultural and curricular contexts and examine how individual authors circulate among various currents and connect to their individual milieus.

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