Course Description

This world literature course provides students with an opportunity to develop their writing through various stages of composing, revising, and editing, while simultaneously developing a critical view of the world surrounding them. While developing an understanding of literature as a basis for enjoyment, social commentary, inquiry, and critical analysis, students in this course also learn to formulate and support a thesis using a number of rhetorical strategies; conduct research; integrate a variety of sources according to the Modern Language Association guidelines; and write in standard, formal English with consideration given to audience, purpose, and context.

Prerequisite: Satisfactory performance in English 11.

COURSE DESCRIPTION 

This world literature course provides students with an opportunity to develop their writing through various stages of composing, revising, and editing, while simultaneously developing a critical view of the world surrounding them. While developing an understanding of literature as a basis for enjoyment, social commentary, inquiry, and critical analysis, students in this course also learn to formulate and support a thesis using a number of rhetorical strategies; conduct research; integrate a variety of sources according to the Modern Language Association guidelines; and write in standard, formal English with consideration given to audience, purpose, and context.

Prerequisite: Satisfactory performance in English 11.

Hello, smile the intent of this course is to add enriching multimedia content and activities to a few of the freshmen novels we read in my ELA classroom. Students utilizing my Moodle course site will experience our novels in new and unique ways.
This course is dedicated to reading and responding to the book Night by Elie Wiesel.
This course is designed as a supplement to the Poe unit in class. In addition to work conducted in class on Poe, students are asked to complete these online assignments and view video Web sites on the author.
In this Moodle a variety of genres will be displayed, through the use of the written format, videos(such as youtube), and interactive online sources. Your job is to post your opinions and thoughts about the different mediums. I want you to demonstrate to me through a reactionary writing piece how  a poem,a youtube selection, or a play moves you. How do you connect ? This is your turn to post your thoughts and share.