Literature of the Individual - Period 2
I am excited to announce that I will once again be teaching English 3 - Literature of the Individual for the 2020/21 school year! This year we will be learning and reading about our main theme of overcoming tragedy. My contact information is firstname.lastname@example.org or 609-652-1372 X5416, so feel free to reach out! I am looking forward to teaching your kids, my students for the year, and having a great time while doing it!
LITERATURE OF THE INDIVIDUAL Grades 11-12 5 Credits
This is a college preparatory course designed for students in grades 11 and 12. Through the lenses of race, gender, socio-economics, spirituality, oppression, and tragedy, students will reflect on their place in the word while studying the development of both society and the individual through the literary works in the course. Students will survey contemporary and dystopian fiction in the writings of Bradbury, Salinger, Orwell, Shakespeare, and Victorian and Gilded Age authors. This course is aligned to the NJ Student Learning Standards in English Language Arts for Grades 11 and 12 and fulfills an English graduation requirement.
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