Interdisciplinary English-history classes stimulate student interest

Several high schools in the Washington, D.C. area are offering classes that relate the facts and ideas of a historical period to the literature of that era. While students find the co-taught courses stimulating, teachers already under pressure to cover mandated topics for state tests may find it difficult to build in the additional enrichment activities such interdisciplinary courses require.

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