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The Sports Literature Course at W.T. Clarke High School, grades 11 and 12, is a multi-dimensional approach using “sports literature” to inspire writing, reading, speaking, and listening skills. Students will engage in a variety of activities and lessons that will expose them to the wonderful writings of the sports journalist, novelist, coach, and columnist. Some of the writers that students will be exposed to are: Mike Lupica, John Feinstein, Red Smith, Jack Tobin, Rick Reilly, John Wooden, and Joe Paterno. The course will also take a close look at today’s sports teams and players, and the ethics that play a huge part in society. In addition, the students will also be exposed to a number of sports films and their importance in interpreting the written word of the writer. Students will be asked to write for a variety of purposes, engage in critical discussions, and develop power point presentations.
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