English Course for Grade 12
English IV Honors is a two-semester course intended to challenge students to think and reason at a higher level.
English IV Honors is a two-semester course intended to challenge students to think and reason at a higher level. In the first semester, students study the worth of words, language structure, reading, research, how language is God’s gift to man, and medieval English literature. The second semester includes studying Elizabethan literature, 17th and 18th century English literature, romantic and Victorian poetry, creative writing, and a final cumulative review section.
In this course students read excerpts from Beowulf, Canterbury Tales, and Paradise Lost. Student also read 1984, Pride and Prejudice, Hamlet, and A Comedy of Errors. The number and scope of the projects in honors courses are extensive, and forum discussions with classmates are required. Students must have a cumulative GPA of 2.75 or higher to enroll in honors courses.
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Overview of Concepts
- The Worth of Words
- The Structure of Language
- Reading and Research
- Language, God’s Gift to Man
- Medieval English Literature
- Elizabethan Literature
- 17th and 18th Century English Literature
- Romantic and Victorian Poetry
- Creative Writing