British and World Literature Honors Online

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$339.00 to $449.00
SKU: 3030

Students read selections from British and world literature in a loosely organized chronological framework. They analyze the themes, styles, and structures of these texts and make thematic connections among diverse authors, periods, and settings. Students work independently on many of their analyses and engage in creative collaboration with their peers. Students also practice test-taking skills for standardized assessments in critical reading and writing.

Prerequisite: English 9, 10, 11 (or equivalent)

When enrolling in the full year option of this course it will be delivered in two semesters. Transcripts will reflect each semester separately

Semester 1:
Student must obtain a copy of The Canterbury Tales by William Chaucer; Hamlet by William Shakespeare

Semester 2:
Student must obtain a copy of Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen; 1984 by George Orwell; Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead by Tom Stoppard and The Lady in the Looking Glass by Virginia Woolf

Unit 1: Heroic Battles
Unit 2: The Canterbury Tales
Unit 3: Critical Skills Practice 1
•    Reading Skills 
•    Comprehension and Analysis
•    Vocabulary Analysis
•    Identifying Errors and Improving Writing
•    Responding to a Prompt, Session 1
•    Responding to a Prompt, Session 2
Unit 4: Love Sonnets
Unit 5: Planning a Research Paper
Unit 1: Romantic Poetry
Unit 2: Critical Skills Practice
Reading Skills 
•    Comprehension and Analysis
•    Vocabulary Analysis"
•    Identifying Errors and Improving Writing
•    Responding to a Prompt, Session 1
Unit 3: Novel Choice 
Unit 5: Critical Skills Practice 4
Reading Skills


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