Survey of English Literature I
Course Code: ENL2012
Credit Hours: 3
Effective beginning: Fall 2020
Course Description:This course is a survey of English literature and literary philosophies from the Old English through the Neoclassical periods. ENL 2012 fulfills 6,000 words of the Gordon Rule writing requirement.
Prerequisites: Grades of “C” or higher in ENC 1101-1102
Required textbooks/ course materials:
Greenblatt, Stephen, et.al., eds. The Norton Anthology of English Literature. 9th ed. Package #1, Volumes A, B, & C. New York: W. W. Norton and Company, 2012.
See your Instructor First Day Handout for individual instructor assignment schedule.
Discipline-level learning outcomes:
ENL 2012 is a General Education core course in Area 5—Humanities
The purpose of the humanities in the core curriculum is to understand the human condition through the study of the following: art history, literature, music history, music theory, performing arts, philosophy, and visual arts.
H-1 Compare works of the humanities (art, philosophy, architecture, literature, film and/or music) in various cultures or literary movements.
H-2 Analyze artistic expressions (art, philosophy, architecture, literature, film and/or music).
H-3 Communicate informed responses to works of the humanities (art, philosophy, architecture, literature, film and/or music).
H-4 Explain thematic connections among works of the humanities (art, philosophy, architecture, literature, film and/or music).
C-1 Communicate effectively in various rhetorical modes
C-2 Evaluate ideas using critical thinking
C-3 Demonstrate appropriate documentation techniques through various assignments
C-4 Analyze human experiences through reading and writing
C-5 Demonstrate the effective use of the conventions of Standard American English
|Course-level student learning outcomes||Discipline-level learning outcomes||Assessment methods|
H-2, C-1, 2, 4
H-3, C-1, 2, 3, 4, 5
H-4, C-1, 2, 4, 5
Medieval Exam, 16th & 17th Century Exam, 18th Century & Restoration Exam
Medieval Exam, 16th & 17th Century Exam, 18th Century & Restoration Exam, Beowulf Essay, Lear/Johnson Essay
Medieval Exam, 16th & 17th Century Exam, 18th Century & Restoration Exam, Sonnet Recitation, Beowulf Essay, Lear/Johnson Essay
Exams above, Lear/Johnson Essay
Students will meet two classes per week or as scheduled in the summer sessions.
- Students will have scheduled reading assignments on each day.
- Students will read all literature assignments and formulate questions or discussion points to contribute.
- Students will prepare to discuss each day’s assigned literature in writing.
- Students will prepare out-of-class assignments for collection at the beginning of class on the date specified. Students should review instructions for long-term assignments early and ask questions long before the due date. Late assignments receive a reduced grade and may not be accepted for credit after one week.
- Students will use models in The MLA Handbook for Writers of Research for all assignments.
- Students must turn in all writing assignments to receive a passing grade in this course. Other than for emergency health reasons, no incomplete grade will be given in this course.
- Students will discuss assigned readings with the class informally and in specific presentations.
- 2. Students will interpret prose and poetry aloud.
College-wide policies and resources
For more specific information on Chipola's college-wide academic policies and resources available to students, visit the link below.