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COURSE CODE| ENG 345| COURSE LEVEL & YEAR| Level Five / Third Year | COURSE TITLE| Drama | CREDIT HOURS| Two Hours|
PRE-REQUISITES| none| DURATION OF COURSE| 14|
CO-REQUISITES| none| TOTAL STUDENT STUDYTIME| 28 hrs|
COURSE TEACHER/S|
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COURSE OBJECTIVES &INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES|
By the end of this course, students should be able to: 1. Students are expected to gain sufficient knowledge of the Elizabethan period. 2. Students are also expected to gain knowledge of the Jacobean, the Caroline, and the Restoration drama. 3. Students are also expected to gain knowledge of prominent dramatists of the above mentioned periods, such as Ben Jonson, John Webster, George Etherege, William Wychetrley, John Vanbrugh, William Congreve, John Dryden, Oliver Goldsmith, Richard Sheridan and Oscar Wilde. 4. Students are expected to read and appreciate Othello by William Shakespeare. 5. Students are expected to read and appreciate The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde and write a term paper about the play as a comedy of manners. 6. Each student is expected to choose a dramatist other than Shakespeare and Wilde for presentation in class | LEARNING/TEACHING METHODS|

* Assigned readings and written analyses of them. * -Lectures. * -Class and group discussion.| ASSIGNMENTS|
Types of Assignments: * Pre class activities * Individualized based activities/assignments * Group based activities/assignments| ASSESSMENT& GRADING |
List methods, frequency, time, and percentage of the mark for each assessment, including final examination. Assessment | Assessment task| Week due| Proportion of Final Assessment| 1| Midterm| 9th | 20%|

2| Presentations| 5th – 15th | 10%|
3| Term paper| 13th | 10%|
4| Final Exam| 15th| 60%|
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COURSE CONDUCT |
Indicate students’ rights and responsibilities associated with this course....
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