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English 1-4

Englishes 1 through 4 include basic English education and include the following:
  • brainstorming,
  • free writing,
  • outlining and journaling,
  • ability to write in personal narrative, expository, analytical, descriptive and argument modes,
  • drafting, revising and producing a final copy,
  • show control over paragraphing, spelling and punctuation,
  • learn to give useful feedback, and use the feedback you receive constructively, and
  • develop self-assessment skills.

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Literature

 
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Ancient

Ancient lit is the study of literature from the Bronze Age, in Egypt and the Mediterranean.
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Classic Lit

Classics are books "accepted as being exemplary or noteworthy, for example, through an imprimatur such as being listed in a list of great books, or through a reader's personal opinion." [src]
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Composition

Includes the discussion of:
  • creative writing,
  • short stories,
  • poetry
  • debate and speech,
  • journalism and photojournalism, and
  • yearbook.

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Legends & Mythology

Legends are "traditional stories sometimes popularly regarded as historical but unauthenticated. [src] Similarly, myths are "traditional stories, especially ones concerning the early history of a people or explaining some natural or social phenomenon, and typically involving supernatural beings or events. [src]
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Medieval & Renaissance Lit

Medieval literature studies all literary works from between about 476 AD and anywhere between 1300-1700.
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Modern

Modern literature studies works produced throughout the beginning of the Age of Enlightenment and to the end of the Baroque period. Elements of modernism in literature include:
  • works focusing more on psychology, comparative religion and sociology,
  • global warfare,
  • emergence of "city consciousness,"
  • new technologies such as radio and cinema, and
  • "end of the century" consciousness.

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Shakespeare

Discussions regarding any and all Shakespearean works.
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World

World lit is literature from far overseas.
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