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2010-11 Course Outline

 

English 3201 is a Level III academic English course intended “for students whose goals include post-secondary academic study” (English 3201 Curriculum Guide). This course also satisfies the “honours” requirements for graduation purposes. The following is a detailed outline for the 2009-2010 school year. Students are strongly recommended to review this outline in detail.

 

Texts:

Echoes 12 (anthology)

Land, Sea, & Time- Book III (anthology)

Reference Points (handbook)

Macbeth (in-depth drama study)

The Theban Plays (In-depth drama study of “Antigone”)

Catcher in the Rye (in-depth novel study)

Huckleberry Finn (Sneyd) OR Baltimore's Mansion (Penney/Rhodenizer) (in-depth novel study)

A Separate Peace (independent novel study

& ONE of the following texts from the English 3201 novel list for independent study:

 

- Waiting for Time by Bernice Morgan

- The Stone Angel by Margaret Laurence

- Baltimore's Mansion by Wayne Johnston

- The Fellowship of the Ring by J.R.R. Tolkein

- Away by Jane Urquhart

- A Matter of Honour by Jeffery Archer

- Dracula by Bram Stoker

- Schindler’s List by Thomas Keneally

 

Evaluation:

NOTE: - Activities stated in parenthesis are “sample” activities that correlate with each of the major strands of the curriculum.  

 

Speaking and Listening (i.e. presentations, monologues, recitations, participation/engagement, panel discussions, etc.)-  10%

 

Reading and Viewing- (i.e. terminology quizzes, in-class tests, reading checks, etc.)10%

 

Writing and Representing- 10% (i.e. personal writing, creative writing, in-class essays, posters, collages, etc.)

 

Midterm Exam- 15%

 

Research Outcomes- 5%

 

Final Exam (Public Examination) - 50%