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  • 10th
  • Credit=1 (2 Semesters)

Title: English 10 World Literature/World Studies (Integrated w/Modern World History)

Code: AEN221&AEN222--WLD HST ENG BLK 10

Pre-Requisite: English 9 or English 9H

Course Description:  The English course explores key works from major historical and literary movements. Human civilization is studied through identification, analysis, and questioning. Over two classes, this course integrates World Studies and Modern World History and examines larger questions from both literary and historical perspectives. Work on improving writing process, strengthening literary devices understanding, developing critical thinking skills, and developing synthesis and reading skills throughout this year-long course. Find the description of the accompanying Modern World History course in the catalog under the Social Studies section.

Work Type: Individual and Group work; Projects, Presentations, Essays; Formative and Summative assignment; Integrated Lessons, assignments, and assessments.

Work Load: 20-40 minutes a night, on average.

Why would you be interested in the Class: Students who have a passion for combining English and history and enjoy learning about the historical contexts and backgrounds of novels and texts.

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