English Literature 12

English Literature 12 Course Details

Teacher

Joan Saunders

Prerequisite

It is recommended that students complete English 11 or equivalent.

Description

Join us in English Literature 12 Online, a course developed jointly by SIDES and Surrey Connect. We will explore some of the most significant literature in the history of the English language, reading selections ranging from Beowulf, a poem likely composed sometime in the eighth century, to poetry by contemporary writers such as Margaret Atwood. In between, we’ll explore the works of the best known writers of English literature, including Chaucer, Shakespeare, Milton, Swift, Pope, Wordsworth, Coleridge, Keats, Tennyson and Eliot. The lessons are designed so that you can read, listen to, learn about and study in depth the selected poems and prose in this course. We encourage your intellectual and aesthetic responses to the works studied, and offer a variety of assignments and activities to demonstrate your learning.

The course consists of six units and four tests.

Type

online

Credit

4

Deposit

150.00

Delivery

Student-paced. Students are expected to submit work regularly and to complete this course within one calendar year.

Summary

Six units

Three unit exams

One final exam

Evaluation

60% Coursework
40% Tests

Support

Students are supported by the online teacher for the course, and can receive assistance by email, phone or in person at SIDES.

Materials

Adventures in English Literature
Hamlet with Related Readings
Kenneth Branagh’s Hamlet DVD

Requirements

Basic technological skills

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Outcome

Click here to view the Prescribed Learning Outcomes (PLOs) within the Integrated Resource Package (IRP) for this course.