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1 ENG 4A English IV: British Literature, 450-1780, First Semester Print Supplement v.2.2 (Moodle Rooms) Course Author Kathy Appleton Your grader may be different from the author. ENG 4A features: 1/2 unit credit 7 graded lessons, 6 containing Introduction, Lesson Objectives, How to Proceed, Discussion, and Lesson Assignments, 1 containing a Research Project 1 final examination 1 textbook student must have access to a computer and the Internet no prerequisites All lesson assignments must be submitted via the TTUISD Moodle Learning System .
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2 Texas Tech University Independent School District (TTUISD) K-12 courses are developed by state-certified instructors to comply with the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS), Title 19 TAC Part II, Chapters 110-128, as administered by the Texas Education Agency (TEA). Students are encouraged to visit to review the TEKS used by these state-certified instructors to develop TTUISD K-12 courses. TTUISD Course Development Instructional Designer: Kathy Appleton Copyright © 2015 by the Board of Regents acting for and on behalf of Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas 79409. All rights reserved.
3 TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction to ENG 4A : English IV: British Literature, 449-1780 ........................................................... 5 Writing a Literary Research Paper ..................................................................................... 8 Course Lessons Lesson One: The Anglo-Saxon Period, 449-1066 .......................................................... 9 Lesson Two: The Middle Ages, 1066-1485 .................................................................. 21 Lesson Three: The English Renaissance, 1485-1650, Part I .......................................... 31 Lesson Four: The English Renaissance, 1485-1650, Part II ........................................ 45 Lesson Five: From Puritanism to the Enlightenment, 1640-1780, Part I .................... 55 Lesson Six: From Puritanism to the Enlightenment, 1640-1780, Part II ................... 69 Lesson Seven: Literary Research Project ....................................................................... 81 Final Examination Directions ........................................................................................... 87 Final Exam Information and Review ................................................................................ 89 Practice Final Exam .......................................................................................................... 91 Resources Answers to Practice Exercises .......................................................................................... 95 Essay Structure ................................................................................................................. 99 Tips for Good Writing ..................................................................................................... 101
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5 Course Introduction English IV: British Literature, 450-1780 First Semester Superheroes, monsters, kings, murderers. Danger, war, romance, humor. You’ll find all of this and more in this course! English 4A is a survey of British literature from the Anglo-Saxon period beginning in 449 A.D. until the end of the English Enlightenment in 1780 A.D. This course covers literature from a culture developing over more than 1,000 years. As you can imagine, there are many changes in society and ideas through the passing of this much time. In addition to reading exciting British literature and history, you’ll practice your vocabulary, grammar, and writing skills. There are also creative writing assignments so that you can stretch your imagination! Students often ask how much time is required to complete this course. This is a self-paced course, so the amount of time needed depends on you. The course is designed to take about four months if you complete one lesson about every two weeks and leaving time at the end to receive and take your final exam. Set aside time to read the literature and carefully consider the questions. You’ll read Macbeth , a novel or play

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