Introduction to Literature - Basic
Course Number:   CMN2927

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SubjectLanguage Arts Core
Education LevelHigh School
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Course Description
This course is designed to provide a basic understanding of fundamental concepts and their applications while reinforcing and developing skills essential for continued success as lifelong learners. In Introduction to Literature, students develop their fundamental reading and writing skills while learning strategies to read fiction and nonfiction texts. They will read a variety of literary classics and poetry to identify literary elements, author's purpose, and context. Students will continue to refine their grammar skills and increase their vocabulary by exploring how language and punctuation are used to create meaning. They will conduct research by identifying credible sources and using them to support claims. They will learn how authors make claims and strengthen their writing skills by making and defending a claim using reason and evidence. Readings include Romeo and Juliet, The Declaration of Independence, and Treasure Island.

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Course Materials
Course materials are available online or at your local library.

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