Literature Honors
Course Number:   DCHSP3232

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InstitutionFOUNDERS Education
SubjectLanguage Arts Core
Education LevelHigh School
Credit Equivalent 1/2
ScheduleSelf Paced
End Datesee below
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Course Fee$199.50
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Course Description
This is an honors level course that challenges students with capstone analysis, evaluation, and creation. This course includes a required Capstone Project for each semester of the course, including a research paper and multimedia component.

In this comprehensive literary analysis course, students will practice critical reading and close analysis across a number of works. Two short stories ("The Red Room" and "Monkey's Paw") build skills to evaluate literary elements and find evidence to determine theme, mood, suspense, and tone. With one short story at the beginning of the full year course and another story at the end, students can reflect on and examine their learning throughout the year. Additionally, through a comparative essay, students contrast the overall impact of these stories. The skills students build through examining these shorter works are translated over larger works (Much Ado about Nothing and The Time Machine). With analyzing novels, students meet objectives surrounding summarizing and paraphrasing; however, they are also asked to apply similar critical and close readings, with the challenge of examining a sustained longer work. Throughout the course, students balance practicing research, writing strategies across genres, building an argument, speaking & listening, and building & applying vocab.

Self Paced Scheduling Information
Complete Courses
- Full Credit Equivalent courses must be completed by your school's end date and within 9 months
- 1/2 Credit Equivalent courses must be completed by your school's end date and within 4 months
- 1/4 Credit Equivalent courses must be completed by your school's end date and within 2 months
Abbreviated Courses
- Abbreviated Full Credit Equivalent courses must be completed by your school's end date and within 60 days.
- Abbreviated 1/2 and 1/4 Credit Equivalent courses must be completed by your school's end date and within 30 days.
Partial Courses
- Monthly courses must be completed by your school's end date and within 1 month


Delivery Method

  • Internet
  • Real-Time Web-Based Text Meeting Access


Format
Delivery : This is a virtual course delivered entirely by an established education organization, including a virtual instructor, to students and educators.

Structure
Complete : This is the complete version of the virtual course.


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