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ENGH011: American Literature Studies

Credits: 0.5 units/5 hours
5 Evaluations, 2 Projects, 2 Progress Tests
5 Teacher Connects

NCAA Approved

This course is designed to foster in students the desire to read and the ability to express their ideas about what they read. Students read the books listed as required texts plus two more books they choose from an annotated book list. The themes appeal to the interests and concerns of teenagers. The reading material ranges from beginning to intermediate high school level.

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Course Materials

Textbook: Rascal, by Sterling North (any edition)
Textbook: Sounder, by William H. Armstrong (any edition)
Textbook: The Pearl by John Steinbeck (any edition)
Textbook: To Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper Lee (any edition)
Textbook: Bearstone, by Will Hobbs (any edition)

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