The goal of any literacy curriculum is for students to learn to read, write, speak, listen, and use language effectively in a variety of content areas.

The Titus Literacy curriculum promotes these literacy skills and concepts required for success, by exposing our students to a range of texts to read, analyze and explore through writing.  We want our students to develop into active, critical thinkers and readers, who can convey their experiences, thoughts, and opinions both orally and in writing. To accomplish these goals, we draw on empirically tested curricula and teaching strategies that focuses both on reading, analyzing and writing about imaginative literature, rhetorical analysis of nonfiction texts, and the development and revision of well-reasoned, evidence-centered analytic and argumentative writing.