WR and RD or equivalent placement test scores. This course fulfills the following GE requirements: May be offered only via distance education.
For students who have not satisfied TSIP requirements or for those who need developmental work before taking English Credit earned for this course does not count toward any degree offered by the university. Expository writing as a means of exploring and shaping ideas.
Emphasis on critical reading and the improvement of essays through revision.
Continuation of English Expository writing as a means of analyzing and understanding texts. Requirements in sophomore English must be completed before a student takes any advanced work in English.
Sophomore Courses ENG British Literature before Representative authors and works of British literature from the beginnings through the Neoclassical Period. British Literature since Representative authors and works of British literature from the Romantic Period to the present. World Literature before Representative authors and works of literature from the ancient world to the early modern world.
Readings may come exclusively from the Western tradition or from various literary traditions, such as those of Africa and Asia. World Literature since Representative authors and works of literature from the modern world.
US Literature before Course surveys representative authors and works of US literature from the beginnings to the Civil War. US Literature since Course surveys representative authors and works of US literature from the Civil War to the present. Critical Theory and Practice for English Majors. Course introduces the critical theories underpinning rhetorical and literary analysis within various branches of English Studies and develops the skills of reading, writing, and research.
Required for majors and open to minors; must be taken in the first semester of upper division classes. Film and Video Theory and Production.
The study of film and narrative theory combined with the practice of videography and video editing. The principles of expository writing adapted for the workplace.
Prepares students in non-technical fields to write documents commonly used in professional settings. Students compile a writing portfolio suitable for a job search or for application to professional school.
This course is an introduction to screenwriting that combines the study of published film texts with workshop practice in writing for film.
Syllabi and Other Course Materials for Literature Courses It should be no surprise that this page is now woefully incomplete -- the explosion of the number of courses using the Web, along with the explosion in things I should be doing, have made it impossible for me to keep up with it all. Introduction Use the opening paragraph to frame the project, i.e. what you intend to prove/analyse in this essay to show your individual and original perspective on the text. Introduce the text as a construct making comments about why the text has been written and the context in which it has been produced. The Cambridge Introduction to Anglo-Saxon Literature. Pulsiano, P., and E. Traharne (eds), Victoria Condie has taught courses in medieval and Old English literature for OUDCE and currently teaches medieval language and literature at the University of Cambridge. Course aims.
Introduction to the Study of Film. An introduction to various theoretical approaches to the study of film and to important debates within film theory. Focus will include, but is not limited to, 1 theories of spectatorship, 2 the debate between formalism and realism, 3 psychoanalytic and feminist theories, and 4 cultural approaches to film.
Advanced Topics in Film.Course Summary English English Literature has been evaluated and recommended for 3 semester hours and may be transferred to over 2, colleges and universities.
Introduction to Pre-Modern Japanese Literature and Culture –Free iTunes Audio – John Wallace, UC Berkeley Introduction to Theory of Literature – Free Online Video - Free iTunes Audio – Free iTunes Video - Course Materials - Paul H.
Fry, Yale. The Cambridge Introduction to Anglo-Saxon Literature. Pulsiano, P., and E.
Traharne (eds), Victoria Condie has taught courses in medieval and Old English literature for OUDCE and currently teaches medieval language and literature at the University of Cambridge. Course aims. English Introduction to Literature is an introductory level literature course designed with the goal to aid students, who may not be familiar or versed in the various genres of literature, in acquiring the skills necessary to.
The Edinburgh Introduction to Studying English Literature (Edinburgh: EUP, ) - This text book is based on our first-year lecture course, and covers much of the material included in the ‘Forms and Practices’ part of the course in.