English Course for Grades 11, 12
Uncover the rich world of American literature with this upper high school elective at Alpha Omega Academy.
Uncover the rich world of American literature with this upper high school elective! This course from our online academy gives students (generally those in grades 11-12) a look at the development of various written works in America, from the 1600s to the Post-Modern Age. Filled with works from renowned American writers and poets, this enriching literature course is an excellent college preparatory supplement to the language arts curriculum.
One semester in length, this course from our online academy includes works from the Puritan times through the post-modern age. Authors include Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Walt Whitman, Edgar Allan Poe, Emily Dickinson, Mark Twain, Ernest Hemingway, and F. Scott Fitzgerald. The play Our Town is read in this course of study. Course units contain essays, quizzes, and tests to evaluate progress and student mastery.
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Overview of Concepts
- Early American Literature (1600-1800)
- Romantic Period (1800-1855)
- War and Reconciliation (1855-1915)
- The Modern Age (1915-1946)
- From Modern to Postmodern (1946-Present)