English drama excluding Shakespeare from its beginning to the closing of the

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English drama, excluding Shakespeare, from its beginning to the closing of the theatres; authors such as Marlowe, Jonson, Webster. 327 RESTORATION AND EIGHTEENTH- CENTURY DRAMA 3 C or better in ENG 100 and jr/sr standing or cons dept chair req. May repeat if content differs; max 6 hrs. English drama from 1660 to 1800, including playwrights such as Dryden, Wycherley, Congreve, Goldsmith, and Sheridan. 328 MODERN BRITISH AND AMERICAN DRAMA 3 C or better in ENG 100 and jr/sr standing or cons dept chair req. May repeat if content differs; max 6 hrs. 20th-century British and American drama and related criti- cism; playwrights such as Shaw, O’Neill, Williams, Albee, Pinter, and Beckett. 329 SELECTED FIGURES IN BRITISH LITERATURE 3 C or better in ENG 100 and jr/sr standing or cons dept chair req. May repeat if content differs. Important literary figures, genres, or movements. 332 SELECTED FIGURES IN AMERICAN LITERATURE 3 C or better in ENG 100 and jr/sr standing or cons dept chair req. May repeat if content differs. Important literary figures, genres, or movements. 336 THE AMERICAN NOVEL 3 C or better in ENG 100 and jr/sr standing or cons dept chair req. May repeat if content differs; max 6 hrs. Historical survey of major American novelists, including authors such as Twain, Hawthorne, Melville, Crane, Hem- ingway, Faulkner, and Barth. 341 INTRODUCTION TO DESCRIPTIVE LINGUISTICS 3 F,S Jr/sr standing or cons dept chair req. Aims and methods of linguistic science. Nature and func- tions of language: phonology, morphology, syntax, dialectology. Relationship of language to culture. 342 SOCIOLINGUISTICS 3 Jr/sr standing or cons dept chair req. Also offered as ANT 342. Social significance of language variation: regional, social, eth- nic dialects; attitudes towards variation. Multilingual societies, language choice, language shift, language planning. 343 CROSS-CULTURAL ASPECTS IN TESOL 3 ENG 241 or 243 or 341 req. Jr/sr standing or cons dept chair req. The relationship between language, culture, and cultural awareness in the learning and teaching of English as a Sec- ond Language. 344 TESOL: THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS 3 ENG 243 or 341 req. Jr/sr standing or cons dept chair req. Linguistic theories; first and second language acquisition; cognitive, affective, and cultural factors in teaching English as a Second Language. 345 TESOL: METHODS AND MATERIALS 3 ENG 344 req. Jr/sr standing or cons dept chair req. Incl Clin Exp. Methodologies and techniques for teaching English as a Sec- ond Language; evaluation of materials for various levels and instructional goals. 346 ASSESSMENT AND TESTING IN ESL 3 ENG 341 req. Jr/sr standing or cons dept chair req. Assessing oral and written proficiency in English as a Second Language. 347.01 ADVANCED CREATIVE WRITING: POETRY 3 F,S ENG 247 or grad standing req. May repeat if content differs. Jr/sr standing or cons dept chair req.
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