eng125 | undergraduate
Literature In Society
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Elements of Literature—Stories
- Explain writer’s strategies for conveying ideas through stories.
- Describe the theme of a story.
Elements of Literature—Nonfiction
- Determine how authors and readers create meaning in nonfiction.
- Explain the literary conventions and devices of nonfiction.
- Explain the role of the imagination in writing and reading nonfiction.
- Draw connections among conventions and devices used in literary genres.
Elements of Literature—Poetry
- Explain the role of the imagination in writing and reading poetry.
- Explain how literary conventions and poetic devices help convey the meaning of a poem.
Elements of Literature—Drama
- Explain the role of the imagination in writing and reading drama.
- Explain the literary conventions and devices of drama.
- Determine how playwrights and readers create meaning in drama.
Active and Responsive Reading
- Demonstrate what it means to be an active, responsive reader.
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