American Literature - English III - High School English
American Literature-English III uses the works of the masters to give the student a well-rounded look at American Literature, beginning with Native American lore and continuing on through the Modernist Movement. Sprinkled with strategically-placed morsels of grammar and style, this course enhances the student’s ability to enjoy and produce literature.
Course topics include:
- Early America
- Genres of Writing
- American Romanticism (The Transcendentalists)
- American Romanticism (Gothic Literature)
- Regionalism and Realism
- The Modernist Movement
- Annotated Bibliography
American Literature-English III is A-G Approved through the University of California.
Duration: 8 weeks
Classes: 2.5 hours, M-F
Times: 0500-0730 EST, 1100-1330 EST or 2100-2330 EST
Credits: 1 English credit
72 hours of live instruction
A partial refund of $1100 within 24 hours of start date. A partial refund of $1000 within 72 hours of start date. No refunds after the first week of start date.