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1 Fall 2016 English 2321 Instructor Information Deidra Dallas ext Course Description, Outcomes, and Objectives ENG 2321 is a survey of British literature spanning at least two literary periods and two literary genres. In this section, we ll examine dramas, poetry, and prose fiction, including both novels and short stories, which we ll read in chronological orders, starting with the Angelo Saxon time period and ending in the first half of the twentieth century. We ll attend carefully to each text in an effort to improve our skills of analysis, to understand each work and what it has to teach us about ourselves a little better, and to examine how genre, original context, and our own perspectives affect meaning. At the end of this course you should: Understand the role of literature as an expression of values and interpretation of human experience. Understand and apply methods of responding to literature analytically. Understand the form, function, scope, and variety of literature, including specialized terminology. Understand the interactive relationship between history, culture, and literature. In an effort to help you achieve the learning outcomes above, I have prepared lessons, readings, and class assignments, listed in the pages below, that will help you Develop a basic sense of the scope and variety of literary forms and of the changing interests and assumptions of authors across time Gain factual knowledge about academic writing (the terminology of academic writing) Learn to analyze and critically evaluate ideas, arguments, and points of view. Required Materials All reading will be supplied to you on Blackboard or via textbooks owned by BHS. Spiral Notebook Folder with pockets and brads Pens/pencils Grading Anglo Saxon/Beowulf Test 10% Midterm 20% ACT Assignments 10% Novel Project 15% Participation 15% Final 30% TOTAL 100% English Syllabus Fall

2 Fall 2016 English 2321 ASU Core Curriculum Objectives: English 2321 Students in English 1301 will practice the following core curriculum learning objectives in critical thinking, communication, teamwork, and personal responsibility. Students will then demonstrate their capabilities in these objectives through reading quizzes, written analysis, reflections, or examinations. Critical thinking will be demonstrated in reading quizzes, written analyses, or examinations Students will gather, analyze, evaluate, and synthesize information relevant to a question or issue by mastering a series of assigned literary works in terms of generic conventions and content. Communication will be demonstrated in reading quizzes, written analyses, or examinations. Students will develop, interpret, and express ideas through effective written communication. Social responsibility will be demonstrated in written reflection on public reading or lecture. Students will demonstrate ability to engage with locally, regionally, nationally, or internationally known literary artists and the texts they create, and to reflect upon the shared traditions of literary expression, the debates that help shape literature, and the conflicts, cultural differences, and shared experiences. Personal responsibility will be demonstrated in reading quizzes, written analyses, or examinations. Students will demonstrate the ability to evaluate choices, actions and consequences by identifying, analyzing, and evaluating ethical decision-making in literary examples. English Syllabus Fall

3 Fall 2016 English 2321 Policies and Procedures As this is a college level course you are expected to keep up with all course work and stay on top of your schedule. No late work will be accepted. Therefore, it is your responsibility to turn in any and all work before you expect to be gone. The only exception will be in the case of medical emergency, and a doctor s note must be provided. This means, football, basketball, baseball, and softball games, band competitions, UIL activities, theatre productions, track meets, FFA events, and all other extracurricular activities do not excuse you from homework or due dates. You have a schedule -- make note of assignment due dates on your personal schedule. Electronic malfunction will not be an excuse for late work. DO NOT wait until the last possible second to submit an assignment. If you have a problem with Blackboard, you should immediately me with your assignment attached. Make sure that it gets turned in somehow, some way. Blackboard blackboard.angelo.edu This class will make extensive use of Blackboard. A variety of readings will be found on Blackboard and assignments will be turned in here. Therefore, it is extremely important that you make checking Blackboard part of your daily routine. Graded assignments will also be returned to you via Blackboard in some instances. Quizzes There will be no daily quizzes, but I will post discussion questions to help you with the reading. These will also help you with the midterm. Some reading assignments will NOT be covered by ME. You are still responsible for knowing the information and will be tested on it. In some cases, you will be given collective class time to work together on these assignments. We will have frequent Socratic Circle discussions and your participation in these discussions will be documented and used as a part of your grade. If you have failed to complete your reading, you will not be able to participate, and therefore you will not receive a positive grade. Novel Project You will each be assigned to read and analyze either Frankenstein by Mary Shelley or Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. This project will incorporate both group and individual assignments and will culminate with a final presentation and written analysis. A rubric for grading purposes will be given to you at the beginning of this assignment. English Syllabus Fall

4 Fall 2016 English 2321 Assignments There are a few assignments listed on your tentative schedule that appear not to fall under a grading category, including rough drafts. These grades will be associated with the grade category they most closely resemble. Also, they are here to help you, not make your life more difficult. Please see them as such. All assignments (and essays) are due at the BEGINNING of class (unless you are given class time to work on them). ACT Assignments Every week we will focus on a different aspect of the ACT reading and English tests, and you will take practice tests throughout the semester as well. These are to help improve your ACT scores. We will adjust as necessary. Midterm/Final Exam You will have one midterm during the course of the semester. Your final exam for the semester and will be an in-class essay test taken during the final exam time period. The final will be the week of December 12. Plagiarism Plagiarism is defined as using ideas and information from other sources without giving appropriate credit to the original sources. Plagiarism includes taking information from people you do not know (the Internet) and from people you do know (your friends). Study groups are permissible, but only if each student turns in an original document of their own. If you are caught plagiarizing, you will receive a zero on the assignment, and you could possibly receive a failing grade in the course. Additional discipline could involve letters being placed in your permanent file and action taken by Western Texas College resulting in a possible suspension or expulsion. Also note that even accidental plagiarism is considered plagiarism, so when in doubt CITE EVERYTHING. The Internet makes it easy for you to plagiarize, but it also makes it easy for me to catch you plagiarizing. Be aware that I am well versed in the use of Google, and catching you is as easy as Googling a sentence from your paper. Everyone has a unique writing style. If something does not sound like you, I will check it. Do not test me. Academic Honesty Angelo State University students shall maintain complete honest and integrity in their academic pursuits. The University expects all students to engage in all academic pursuits in a manner that is above reproach and to maintain complete honesty and integrity in the academic experiences both in and out of the classroom. Drop date The last day to drop this or any other ASU college course is November 2, English Syllabus Fall

5 AUGUST First Day of Classes Discuss Syllabus/summer reading Anglo Saxon History Religion/Government/Society Kennings Bewoulf Part

6 SEPTEMBER Anglo Saxon Test No School Anglo Norman/Middle Ages Language Changes HW: EL Chapter 4 Chaucer Background Norton Chaucer Background General Prologue HW: EL Chapter 3, Norton Middle Ages Introduction HW: Wife of Bath Prologue and Tale General Prologue Wife of Bath Prologue and Tale Wife of Bath Prologue and Tale HW: EL Chapter War of the Roses Tudor Dynasty HW: Norton Thomas Malory Morte Darthur HW: Norton ACT Test Thomas Wyatt Henry Howard Biblical Translations (Religion in the Tudor period) Elizabeth & Drama HW: Research Spenser, Sidney, Marlowe, EL Chapter 6 Group Discussions of Elizabethan Period Writers HW: Norton , EL Chapter 6 (Shakespeare Section) Shakespeare Sonnets HW: Norton , , EL Chapter 6 End 1st 6 Weeks HW: Hamlet Act 1

7 OCTOBER nd 6 Weeks Hamlet Act 1 HW: Hamlet Act 2 Hamlet Act 2 HW: Hamlet Act 3 Hamlet Act 3 HW: Hamlet Act 4 Hamlet Act 4 HW: Hamlet Act No School Midterm Milton Paradise Lost HW: Restoration, Satire, Swift and Pope Research Group Discussions of Restoration, Satire, and Swift and Pope Romanticism Romanticism HW: Norton , Samuel Taylor Coleridge "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner" Romantic Poets HW: EL Chapter 9 (The First English Novelists) The English Novel Austen/Shelley Reading Groups Assignment HW: Begin Novels Background/Introduction to Novels Romantic vs. Gothic Characters Hamlet Act 5 HW: EL Chapter 7 (Milton), Norton HW: EL Chapter 10 HW: Byron, Shelley, Keats HW: Read Novels

8 NOVEMBER Plot Plot rd 6 Weeks Themes, Symbols Plot Final Project on Novels DUE Presentations Victorian Era HW: Tennyson, Robert Browning, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Rosetti Victorian Poets HW: Dickens, Stevenson, Bronte Sisters End 2nd 6 Weeks Presentations HW: EL Chapter 11 (Partial) Victorian Novelists HW: Norton College Day College Day No School Thanksgiving! No School Modernism HW: WWI and WWII Poetry Sassoon, Owen, Graves, Sitwell, Reed, Causley HW: 20th Norton

9 DECEMBER William Butler Yeats HW: 20th Norton TS Eliot The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock, The Waste Land HW: 20th Norton Seamus Heaney Modernist Wrap up ACT Test ACT Test College Finals Final will be an essay test covering last half of semester No School -- Out for Christmas! James Joyce Portrait, Dubliners, Ulysses, Finnegans Wake HW: 20th Norton ,

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