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ENG 2233 OO2 American Literature IIInstructor: Gwen Graham[email protected]662-589-2174 (Google Voice Number)Summer 20194-week syllabusCourse TitleENG 2233 American Literature IICourse DescriptionENG 2233American Literature II (Prerequisite: ENG 1113).ENG 2233 surveys representativeprose and poetry of the United States from the Civil War to the present.Three hours credit.Student Learning OutcomesUpon completion of the course, the student will be able to:A.Read representative works from various genres.B.Identify characteristics of literary periods.C.Demonstrate an understanding of the significance of genres, works, and writers.D.Analyze and interpret literary texts.Instructional TechniquesThe instructor will provide presentation PowerPoints in PDF format.Based on research conducted, students will take weekly quizzes.The instructor will lead discussions in the discussion boards regarding various topics relatedto assigned readings and authors.Students will complete two proctored exams.Methods of Evaluation1.The student will participate in discussion of the works and writers under study.2.The student will use standard American English in written work.3.The student will take examinations, primarily discussion, on the written literaturethroughout the semester.4.The student will take quizzes.5.The student will take two proctored tests.GradingGrades will be determined according to the following percentages:Discussion board activities, quizzes, writing assignments (55% of final grade)Two Proctored Exams (40% of final grade)Completion of Online Orientation Module (5% of grade)Grading Scale:A90100B8089C7079D6069FBelow 60

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Term
Spring
Professor
Melissa Buie
Tags
Literature, American Literature, It, Academia, Academic dishonesty, Student Learning Outcomes

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