• Director of English Language Arts/Library
     
                         Dr. Christopher Michael
     
                        Email:  MichaelC@hauppauge.k12.ny.us
     
  • Welcome back to another exciting new school year!

     

    Our Teachers College classrooms will introduce students to many new books that will take them on adventures, teach them more about our beautiful world and help them grow as readers, writers and learners.

     

    At the Middle School and High School, we are always finding ways to offer students choice in the books that they explore and to support them as they sift through fiction and nonfiction pieces developing the skill of being critical thinkers and consumers of information.

     

    Students at the HS and MS will also be exposed to a variety of writing opportunities to allow them to express their understanding of what they read and share their thoughts and ideas.

     

    Our teachers have many exciting things planned for students in English Language Arts. There is a wonderful journey ahead.

     

    I wish you much success on this exciting adventure!

     

    I know you are busy, but hopefully never too busy for a good book! I have discovered recently the value of an wonderful application called Overdrive (https://meet.libbyapp.com/). This application supported by the public library offers patrons thousands of ebooks and audiobooks to borrow free of charge. You can borrow these books instantly and use any of your devices.  Give it a try! I don't think you will be disappointed.

     

    All the best,

    Dr. Christopher Michael

    Director of English Language Arts

     

     

     

     

ELA Books
  • Books to Consider
     
    Fox
    By: Margaret Wild
     A beautiful and powerful book, with a rich depth of color and a strong poetic text. This archetypal drama about loneliness, friendship, risk and betrayal is as rich a story for adults as it is for children. (Amazon,2016)
     
    I Wish You More
    By: Amy Krouse Rosenthal
     Whether celebrating life's joyous milestones, sharing words of encouragement or observing the wonder of everyday moments, this sweet and uplifting book is perfect for wishers of every age. (Amazon,2016) 
     
    Bud Not Buddy
    By: Christopher Paul Curtis 
     It’s 1936, in Flint, Michigan, and when 10-year-old Bud decides to hit the road to find his father, nothing can stop him.