Cooperative work experience. Provides students with on-the-job experience in the field of English studies. Variable Credit: 2-6 credits. Required: Student Petition. 01/06/2020-03/21/2020
Origins and development of Arthurian literature from medieval to modern times. Examines topics such as knighthood, chivalry, the hero's quest, abduction and adultery, courtly love, the Round Table. 01/07/2020-03/19/2020 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 03:00PM - 04:50PM, Room to be Announced
This course provides a representative study of British literature, including major works, writers, and literary forms, from its beginnings through early eighteenth century. Readings from the Anglo-Saxon, Middle English, Renaissance, earlier seventeenth Century, and Restoration periods.
Selected comedies, histories, tragedies, romances, and poetry. Students focus on reading and discussion, literary interpretation, and relating Shakespeare's work to their lives and the world. Study of significant plays and sonnets. Works from ENG-202 will not be repeated in CCC's other Shakespeare course, ENG-201. 01/06/2020-03/18/2020 Lecture Monday, Wednesday 11:00AM - 12:50PM, Room to be Announced
An introduction to American and international drama, emphasizing reading, appreciation, discussion, and literary analysis. Focuses on defining the genre and elements of drama, encouraging students' personal reflections and cultural understanding, incorporating relevant literary theories, and practicing the close reading and analysis of dramatic works. 01/06/2020-03/16/2020 Hybrid/Lecture Monday 06:00PM - 07:50PM, Room to be Announced
Representative readings from the mid-nineteenth to twentieth centuries. Surveys the development of American fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and drama through the study of the works of both major and lesser known writers. 12/03/2019-03/12/2020 Lecture Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedOregon City High School, Room CLSRM
An introduction to American and international poetry. Explores the fundamental elements of poetry and examines the historical, social, and cultural significance of various poems. Students engage in literary analysis, use literary terminology, and develop personal and scholarly responses to poetry. 12/03/2019-03/12/2020 Lecture Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedCanby High School, Room CLSRM