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Literature Text Approval List Updated
There are now two lists for approved and rejected texts: one for four and five points, and one for three points. September 2014.
Updated Handbook August 2013
Click here or on the LITERATURE HANDBOOK button on the first page of the TLC site for the new updated version of the Handbook.
Tool for Calculating Log Grade for students in 11th and 12th Grades
The Excel file has been adjusted to include the changes in the Updated Handbook, relevant to students in the 11th and 12th grades in 2015. Click here for both D and F.
Changes in the Literature Program
Announcement summarizing the changes in the Literature Program and showing some examples.
Literature Counselors
Click here for a list of the names and emails of the National and Regional Literature counselors for 2014-2015
Winter 2014 exams and Guidelines
The Exams and Marking Guidelines for Winter 2014 are now on the site.
Excel Files for calculating grades for Unit Logs and Exams
For students beginning the 10th grade in Sept. 2014, the calculations for the Unit Logs (Modules B, D and F) and the Exams (D and F) can be calculated using the excel files updated on the site. Do a search for "Excel" and you will find them all.
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As I Grew Older
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The Road Not Taken
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The Split Cherry Tree
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