American Literature Semester Part 2: Literature in Historical Context FLEX Clas
In this 8 week Flex semester course, we will explore the history and evolution of the second half of American literature of the United States of America / US
US Grade 9 - 12
This is a FLEX version of my very popular live American Literature course. This class can coordinate with my United States history course if desired. This 8 week, semester course will explore the 2nd half of American Literature. We will begin with early, colonial pieces, and trace the development on this literature into the mid 19th century. This course will explore the historical context for each piece within the US, as well as the literary features of the writings. We will read a...
Students will learn the major literary movements and authors of modern American literature. They will explore literary terms and styles, as well as how to discuss literature both orally and written.
I have a master's degree from the University of Cambridge, as well as 15 years teaching experience in history and literature. I have approval and experience teaching AP English Literature and AP US History from the College Board.
Homework OfferedStudents will be expected to complete reading and writing assignments for each week. Some weeks are longer reading assignments and some weeks are shorter, but students can expect to spend a couple of hours each week reading.
For parental guidance, the works we will read might have moments of violence or deal with sensitive subjects such as racism. At Outschool, we strive to meet our own high standard of inclusivity and the goal of barring discrimination and prejudice.
Source links will be provided weekly for reading.
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Feel free to request specific courses (topics) or sections (time/dates)! I am available for sections friendly to all international time zones. I will list sections as you request them. Hi everyone! I have a master's degree in history from the...
$100for 8 weeks
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No live video meetings
3-6 learners per class