Phone: 907-874-3395


Degrees and Certifications:

Mrs. Lisa Brooks

* Originally from northern New York
* BA in 7-12 Education/Literature
* MS in 7-12 Eduction/Literature
* Certificate in Library Media Specialist K-12
I teach:
American Literature
World Literature
Novel Studies
Advanced Novel Studies
ENG 111/211
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Academic integrity 

Academic honesty is not simply expected from Wrangell High School students; it is demanded. Students will perform honestly and succeed through the production of their own work. The following are prohibited: cheating (actual giving or receiving of any unauthorized aid or assistance or the actual giving or receiving of unfair advantage on any form of academic work); falsification (verbal or written statement of any untruth, including the production of forgery or use of forged writing); and plagiarism (the unattributed use of another person’s words, writing or ideas). Infractions of academic integrity will result in severe consequences. The first offense of the year will result in a zero on the assignment in question. Students involved with extracurricular activities will also be ineligible for the next game, tournament or event.  The second offense of the year in any class or combination of classes will result in an automatic F in the class where the infraction occurred for the grading period in which the infraction occurred. Students involved with extracurricular activities will be ineligible for the rest of the season. Students with any academic integrity infraction during their high school career will automatically be disqualified for consideration for Salutatorian and Valedictorian.

Magazine/Internet Article Review (MAR) Format:

1) Select an article that is a minimum of 1-2 pages in length.

2) Attach the internet link for the article at end of your review.

3) Read article and write review.


Format for review

  • 1 page in length (Size 14 font & double spaced)
  • minimum of 2 paragraphs

-1st paragraphSummary

-Identify title of article, author, magazine, issue date, etc.

                  -What is the article about?

-What are 2 main points made by the author?

-What is the authors opinion toward what theyre writing about?

-pictures, charts, graphs, etc.?


-2nd paragraphResponse

                  -Was the article interesting?

                  -What were the strong points?

                  -What could have been done


                  -What is your opinion of the

                    subject presented in the article?

                  -Was enough background

                   information given?



Quote Analysis Format


Part I: Write out the quote…word for word.


Part II: Analysis - should be a paragraph in length and answer the following three questions:

  1. What is happening around the time of the quote?


  1. Identify the characters involved with the quote.


  1. Explain one reason why the quote is important.
    1. Character development
    2. Foreshadowing
    3. Conflict
    4. Symbolism
    5. Theme Development
    6. Background Information
    7. Other Literary Terms