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ENGLISH 122 On Campus Class INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE

COURSE DESCRIPTION

English 122 introduces literature through the reading, analysis, and discussion of various genres, such as myths, folktales, essays, short stories, poems, plays and novels. The literature will encompass different time periods and a variety of male and female authors from around the world. Students will use the literature to write critical and appreciative essays.

Now that you've read through the official description, I can tell you that this is a fun and interesting course that allows you to read a lot of different authors from different time periods. The class is very interactive, and much of the time is spent with students talking about what they read, what they thought about it, and why. Though this is an on-campus class, we will be using Blackboard for assignment submission and exams.

WELCOME STUDENTS

I use Blackboard for class management (quizzes & turning in work). The course Web site has a link to the Blackboard login. You will not be able to log into class until class begins.

To get started with the class, go to the online schedule and do everything listed for the current week. Click any links in the schedule for instructions, demonstrations, presentations, etc. You'll want to begin every class session by visiting the online schedule.

I look forward to seeing you in class :-)

Dr. Lyn Neylon 
619-660-4241 
lyn.neylon@gcccd.net 

Last Updated: 10/05/2014

Dr. Lyn Neylon-Craft

Office: 

B-355

Hours:

Posted on door

Phone:

619-660-4241

Fax:

619-660-4399

IMPORTANT INFORMATION 

Assignment submission and exams will be though the Blackboard class management system.

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