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ENG 232-1440 / FA 2017 / ParrishPage 1Course InformationENG 232-0840AMERICAN LITERATURE IITerm:SUMMER 2018OnlineCredit Hours:3 (3 class/0 lab hours)Semester Hours (Lecture 3, Lab 0, Clinical 0)Instructor InformationAssociate Professor Tim ParrishEmail Address:[email protected]Office Location: SCI 113Web site:Rockingham Community CollegeTelephone: 336-342-4261, ext. 2283Office Hours: Tue/Wed/Thu 9:00:00-10:30Course DescriptionThis course covers selected works in American literature from 1865 to the present. Emphasis is placed on historicalbackground, cultural context and literary analysis of selected prose, poetry and drama; upon completion studentsshould be able to analyze and interpret literary works in their historical and cultural contexts.Prerequisite(s)ENG 112 or ENG 114 (C or better recommended)Co-requisite(s)NoneCourse Student Learning OutcomesAt the end of the course, students with a C or better grade should be able to do the following:Describe, analyze, interpret, and evaluate features of literary texts in several genres, applying appropriateliterary and cultural termsCritically analyze and interpret American literature from 1865 to the present within historical and culturalcontextsWrite critical essays about American literature that integrate primary and secondary sources using MLAdocumentation and standard academic writing conventions.Required TextbooksTitle:The Norton Anthology of American Literature, Volume 2, Shorter Eighth Edition.General Editor; Nina BaymISBN: 978-0-393-91887-8Publisher: W.W. NortonOther Required Materials/SoftwareCourse Website:Moodle Login Page
ENG 232-1440 / FA 2017 / ParrishPage 2Technical RequirementsThis online course requires that you have access to the Internet. You are responsible for having a reliable computer andinternet connection throughout the course. You will need to have access to, and be able to use the following softwarepackages:Web browser (Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox)Adobe Acrobat ReaderAdobe Flash PlayerMicrosoft WordAccessibility statementRockingham Community College strongly supports reasonable accommodation for all our course participants. Thiscourse design reflects a commitment to accessibility and usability for all learners. The preferred platform for delivery ofcourse content is Moodle version (3.1).Course RequirementsFinal Grade will be determined as followsAssignment or CategoryAssignment WeightResearch-Response Paper25%Critical Response Papers (9)45%Thinking Pieces (18)20%Reading Quizzes5%Working Bibliography5%

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