Welcome to the IB English 11 Assignment Page.

Please forward all inquiries for IB English 11 to Mr. Post at poste@gcsnc.com

Turnitin.com (all essays will be submitted through this website):


 Adonis Citation Information:

Arab Poetics (used for teacher-provided notes):

Adonis. An Introduction to Arab Poetics.  Trans.  Catherine Cobham.  London:

Saqi Books, 2003.  Print.

The Pages of Day and Night (1, 11, 15, 16, 20):

Adonis. The Pages of Day and Night.  Trans.  Samuel Hazo.  Evanston, Illinois:

Northwestern University Press, 2000.  Print.

Selected Poems (2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 12, 13, 14, 17, 18, 19):

Adonis. Selected Poems.  Trans.  Khaled Mattawa.  New Haven, Connecticut:


Yale University Press, 2010.  Print.  

Short Story Unit (click on the title to finish reading; questions/activities posted under "Homework"):

"The Yellow Wallpaper"


"The Lottery"

Salem Witch Trials

"Young Goodman Brown"

"Dr. Heidegger's Experiment"

The Mount of the Holy Cross by Thomas Moran

The Mount of the Holy Cross Photograph


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Please note the following statement from Guilford County Schools concerning the texts taught in high school English classes:

“Literary texts studied in the high school classroom are complex, higher-level texts which may contain mature content and themes. ‘Mature content’ may include, but is not limited to pervasive strong language, disturbing violence and behavior, sexual acts, drug/alcohol use or references, controversial content, or culturally diverse themes. These books are selected based on their literary merit and will be studied through their historical and cultural context. Our instructional purpose is to expose students to perspectives unlike or in opposition to their own in order to analyze complex themes and to promote individual reflection and academic growth.”