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Mr. Matt Kristalyn

Mr. Kristalyn is a pretty good teacher.

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English & Journalism

Mrs. J'Nae McCoy

Mrs. J'Nae McCoy graduated from Concordia University, Seward in 2013 with a B.S. in Education. She began her teaching career at Kansas City Lutheran High School in 2014 before moving to Lincoln with her husband Briar (a Lincoln Lutheran graduate of 2009). She began teaching English at Lincoln Lutheran in 2015 and loves the time she spends guiding and getting to know the students in her classroom. Mrs.

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English & Journalism
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Journalism A
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English 7
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English 8
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English 3

Reading 6

Course Number: 
j612
Instructors: 
Mrs. Laura Stumpf

an important goal of the reading program is to develop the students' understanding of and use of strategies so they may broaden their prior knowledge, improve comprehension, and enjoy their reading experience. The teacher will help the students use Before Reading Strategies to activate past knowledge and experiences such as: brainstorming, predicting/support, skim/previewing, posing questions, and teaching vocabulary (i.e. context clues, prefixes, suffixes). During Reading Strategies will enable students to make personal connections to other texts.

Language arts 6

Course Number: 
j610
Instructors: 
Mrs. Laura Stumpf

The major components of the Language Arts curriculum in this course will be the mini-lesson, an essential component of the writing model. Through mini-lessons students are provided instruction or strategies for the following procedures: brainstorming ideas, choosing the elements of crafts, creating interesting beginnings and conclusions, creating titles, revising, editing or publishing work. Students will be introduced to a variety of brainstorming techniques to help students learn how to develop ideas for their writing including webs, outlining, listing and writer's notebook.

Advanced Topics in Composition

Course Number: 
1160
Instructors: 
Mrs. Rachel Jank

This independent study course allows motivated, upper-level students to do additional exploration in the area of writing. The student and teacher will work to set the pace and curriculum. Studies will be focused on advancing skill in both creative writing, with an end goal of submitting work for publication.

Advanced Topics in Literature

Course Number: 
1150
Instructors: 
Mrs. Rachel Jank

This independent study course allows motivated, upper-level students to do additional exploration in the area of Literature. The student and teacher will work to set the pace and curriculum. Studies will be focused on both the classics and modern liturature, with an emphasis on those in the literary canon, taking choices from lists like the A.P. selected reading list.

Advanced Topics in Literature

Course Number: 
1150
Instructors: 
Mrs. Rachel Jank

This independent study course allows motivated, upper-level students to do additional exploration in the area of Literature. The student and teacher will work to set the pace and curriculum. Studies will be focused on both the classics and modern literature, with an emphasis on those in the literary canon, taking choices from lists like the A.P. selected reading list.

Interpersonal Communication

Course Number: 
1215
Instructors: 
Mrs. Rachel Jank

This course focuses on various types of communication in various situations. Students will focus on all levels, from familial to formalized and the types of communication required at each level. Students will look at the ever-expanding media of communication. There will be a large focus on oral communication, while also looking at written and visual communication.

Journalism B

Course Number: 
1211
Instructors: 
Mr. Matt Kristalyn

This course combines an introduction to the basic principles of journalism with the development of skills in computer design in creating school publications such as the monthly newspaper and yearbook. Students will also contribute information provided on the school’s website. An emphasis will be placed on gathering information, developing writing skills, and creating appealing design through the use of various computer software programs.

Mrs. Laura Stumpf

Laura Stumpf and her family are new to the Lincoln community as of July 2014.  They are most recently from the Indianapolis suburbs, and moved to Lincoln when her husband Andy accepted a Call to serve at Christ Lutheran as a DCE.  Their family also includes their three kids: Ethan, Emma, and Noah.

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6th Grade: Reading, Language Arts, and Science
Courses: 
Language arts 6
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Reading 6