160

World Literature (H)

Course ID
160
Level
12
Semester
1, 2
Credit
1.000
Method
Honors

The course is a survey of world literature, including stories, poetry, novels, drama, and nonfiction. Emphasis is on the historical, technical, thematic study of significant examples of various literary classics and discussion of human and moral qualities as revealed through these literary classics. Instruction in composition skills continues to be developed, through the ordered sequence of rhetorical, literary, and personal essays, including a research project. This course prepares students to take the Literature AP Exam.

Prerequisites

A grade of Grade of A- or higher in 140 British Literature or a grade of C+ or higher in 145 British Literature (H). An academic course review will be conducted to determine student’s placement within the course. Course satisfies a requirement for graduation.