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American literature, a thematic approach
A thematically arranged anthology of poems, short stories, plays, novellas, and excerpts from longer works by American authors.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||[compiled by] G. Robert Carlsen, Edgar H. Schuster, Anthony Tovatt.|
|Series||The McGraw-Hill literature series|
|Contributions||Carlsen, G. Robert, 1917-, Schuster, Edgar Howard, 1930-, Tovatt, Anthony.|
|LC Classifications||PS507 .A576 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 786 p. :|
|Number of Pages||786|
|LC Control Number||83026730|
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Abandonment Absurdity of War Alienation American Dream Battered Women Being and Becoming Bereavement Betrayal Community Compassion Corruption of Power Courage Cultural Conflict Death Disabled Duty Emotional Abuse Family Fathers and Sons Friendship Greed Grotesques . Modules 0 – 5. American Lit & Composition B is the second half of the course and includes Modules 0, 6 – American Lit & Composition Y is the entire course and includes Modules 0 – Cobb Virtual Academy’s American Literature & Composition course utilizes a thematic approach. This course includes the following, theme-based, modules.
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The first item printed in Pennsylvania was in German and was the largest book printed in any of the colonies before the. I am teaching English III, and our units of study revolve around thematic concepts rather than the standard linear approach. In an effort to revamp our previous units, I am looking for any literature that could fit the following themes: 1st six weeks: American Dream.
2nd six weeks: In Harmony with Nature. 3rd six weeks: Conflict and the Individual. A thematic approach to teaching and learning is an approach where many different areas of the required curriculum are connected using a common theme.
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Through essays both practical and theoretical, the collection presents survey teachers with an exciting range of new strategies for energizing their teaching and engaging their students in this vital. Students may find it helpful for comparing and contrasting novels in American literature classes.
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