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Date Added to MERLOT: September 29, 2009
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Outcomes: In this class, students will learn to 1) Apply close reading skills to the study of literature; 2) Classify literature as fiction, poetry, drama, or nonfiction, 3) Describe various types of fiction, 4) Compare and contrast different types of poetry, 5) Differentiate between various types of theater, 6) Practice writing about literature, 7) Apply critical theory to the study of literature, and 8) Demonstrate the ability to write a research paper.
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This website is a repository of unabridged texts of Literature, from currently (6/11/2009)... More
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The Folger Shakespeare Library site includes information about the Folger Library and its... More
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The Literature Collection is a multilayered grouping of works in literature and the... More
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This publication provides a historical overview of American literature, up to the... More
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This website is created to support the American Passages project at Annenberg/CPB, created... More
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As its home page states, this site "provides professional development and classroom... More
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This is a seriew of 24 half-hour videos (viewable online) that deal with literary... More
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Using Susan Glaspell's short story "A Jury of Her Peers," this site explores the elements... More
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This site is a support site for those teaching American Literature survey courses. It... More
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This is a thoughtfully crafted webquest to guide students to analyze the well-known "Heart... More
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