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Review the FinalPaper instructions in Week Five of thiscourse.
Then, write a roughdraft for yourFinalPaper, in whichyoucompare and contrasttwoliteraryworksfromthiscourse that share the sametheme (using the “Themes & CorrespondingWorks” list in the Week...
Comparison of Literary Forms
Reflecting on this week’s literary readings, as well as your own reading experiences, identify at least one major similarity and one major difference between the forms of the short story and the poem. How do the differences between these literary forms affect how you read and...
One – Experiencing a Story, a Poem, a Play
b. Chapter Two – Responding to Literary Experiences
c. Chapter Three – Additional Selections for Reading and Reflection
Chapter 3.1 – Short Stories
Chapter 3.2 – Poetry
d. Chapter Sixteen – Literary Criticism: A Brief Overview
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Write an eight- to ten-page paper, in whichyoucompare and contrasttwoliteraryworksfromthiscourse that share the sametheme (using the “Themes & CorrespondingWorks” list, below, as a guide).
The paper should be organized around your thesis (argument), which is the main point of the entire...
Department of English
Spring 2014 Course Descriptions
89S. Imagining War. Instructor M. Maiwald. WF 8:30-9:45
In thiscourse, we will consider how the experience of war has been represented in American fiction, non-fiction,
and film. We will investigate how attitudes toward war have evolved throughout...
Literary Analysis Research Paper
David A. James
The type of research paper required in most sophomore literature courses is
generally referred to as a literary analysis research paper because its focus must be on
an element of the literarywork‟s construction as a piece of literature—for example...
Writing the Research Paper
Handbook and Style Guide
English teachers from both Cranston High School East and Cranston High School West prepared this booklet for students learning the fundamentals of research paper writing. Much of the material was gleaned from sources listed on the acknowledgements...
English III AP - AP( English Language and Composition
The English III AP (or AP( English Language and Composition) course objectives are to help students become “skilled readers of prose written in a variety of periods, disciplines, and rhetorical contexts” and to help students...
Choose three (3) works of art from three artists from the Baroque period through the Postmodern era. Your three (3) works of art should come from the time periods or art movements covered in the reading from Unit 4 and Unit 5. Your choices must comply with the following criteria:
•The 3 artworks chosen...
Circle Texts (TBA)
-To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee
-Reading log journal
-Jumpstart Writing Journal
This unit will help students to understand the complexities behind the human conscience and what drives us to behave the way we do. We will be examining...
ENG 2400 Films from Literature (3 hours, 3 credits)
Professor Masiello Office N528 e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Pre-requisite: English Composition I (3 hours, 3 credits)
Course description: ENG 2400 is a course that allows students to examine...
2. Students will be able to write similes and metaphors.
3. Students will be able to write similes and metaphors that describe a person fromyour city, TV, or an era in history
Introductory poem with examples of similes and metaphors
Sample list of similes and metaphors
Office: Dunkle 316 E-mail address: email@example.com
Office Phone: 687-4696 Office Hours: MW12:30-2:00 pm & T/Th 11:00-12:00 pm*
*and by appointment
Texts: Required for Each Class Session
1. Good Reasons with Contemporary Arguments. Ed. Lester...
Paper and Presentation
Write a critical, research paper on one of the thematic units of literature that we have covered this semester. This is not a plot summary or a book report. Nor is it your stream of consciousness reaction to or commentary on an author or literarywork.
You will choose your own...
for Choosing a Paper Topic (10) ◊
Developing an Argument 13 What Is an Argument? (13) ◊ Constructing an Argument (15) ◊ Making a Claim (18) ◊ Evidence (20) ◊ Counter-Argument (21) ◊ Audience (23) ◊ Critical Reading (24) ◊ Helpful Hints for Writing an Argumentative Paper (25) ◊ Developing...
following literary terms: point of view, characterization, setting, and theme • Students will evaluate how racism affects people’s judgments regarding guilt, innocence, and fairness. • Students will connect the setting to plot details • Students will make personal connections to the themes, experiences...
P A R T 1. A N A L Y Z I N G F I C T I O N
MODULE 1 1.1. The fictional world of a literarywork Literature is writing that can be read in many ways. We can read it as a form of history, biography, or autobiography. We can read it as an example of linguistic structures or rhetorical conventions manipulated...
On Course for Success
A Close Look at Selected High School Courses That Prepare All Students for College and W ork
A CLOSE LOOK AT SELECTED HIGH SCHOOL COURSES THAT PREPARE ALL STUDENTS FOR COLLEGE
A Letter from Cyndie Schmeiser and Kati Haycock