12th Grade English Textbook

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    Jane Austen: Biography and Major Novels

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This 12th Grade English textbook replacement course covers all of the topics in a standard 12th grade English textbook. The lessons offer a convenient way for students to study, interactive materials for teachers to engage their classes, and an effective alternative to expensive or outdated textbooks.
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14 chapters in 12th Grade English Textbook

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Lesson 1 - Jane Austen: Biography and Major Novels  Take Quiz
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Lesson 2 - Pride and Prejudice: Plot and Character Analysis  Take Quiz
Lesson 3 - Emily and Charlotte Bronte: Sisters and Authors  Take Quiz
Lesson 4 - Wuthering Heights: Plot Overview and Character Analysis  Take Quiz
Lesson 5 - Jane Eyre: Summary, Characters and Analysis  Take Quiz
Lesson 6 - Mary Shelley's Frankenstein: Literature vs. Film  Take Quiz
Lesson 7 - Introduction to Charles Dickens: Works, Style, and Influence  Take Quiz
Lesson 8 - A Tale of Two Cities: Dickens' Novel of the French Revolution  Take Quiz
Lesson 9 - Dickens' Great Expectations: Plot, Characters, and Social Class  Take Quiz
Lesson 10 - David Copperfield: Dickens' Bildungsroman  Take Quiz
Lesson 11 - Oliver Twist: Plot and Characters in Dickens' Social Novel  Take Quiz
Lesson 12 - Introduction to George Eliot: Life and Major Works  Take Quiz
Lesson 13 - Middlemarch: Eliot's Novel of Provincial Life  Take Quiz
Lesson 14 - Introduction to Daniel Defoe: Biography and Major Works  Take Quiz
Lesson 15 - Jonathan Swift and Satire: Examples and Analysis  Take Quiz
Lesson 16 - Conrad's Heart of Darkness: Plot, Characters, and Style  Take Quiz
Lesson 17 - Introduction to E.M. Forster: Overview of Life and Works  Take Quiz
Lesson 18 - A Passage to India: Forster's Treatment of Colonialism  Take Quiz
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Lesson 1 - What is a Metaphor? - Examples, Definition & Types  Take Quiz
Lesson 2 - Synecdoche vs. Metonymy: Definitions & Examples  Take Quiz
Lesson 3 - Cliches, Paradoxes & Equivocations: Definitions & Examples  Take Quiz
Lesson 4 - Similes in Literature: Definition and Examples  Take Quiz
Lesson 5 - Personification and Apostrophe: Differences & Examples  Take Quiz
Lesson 6 - Types of Irony: Examples & Definitions  Take Quiz
Lesson 7 - Allusion and Illusion: Definitions and Examples  Take Quiz
Lesson 8 - What Are Literary Motifs? - Definition & Examples  Take Quiz
Lesson 9 - Point of View: First, Second & Third Person  Take Quiz
Lesson 10 - Narrators in Literature: Types and Definitions  Take Quiz
Lesson 11 - What is Foreshadowing? - Types, Examples & Definitions  Take Quiz
Lesson 12 - What is Catharsis? - Definition, Examples & History in Literature and Drama  Take Quiz
Lesson 13 - Allegory in Literature: History, Definition & Examples  Take Quiz
Lesson 14 - Consonance, Assonance, and Repetition: Definitions & Examples  Take Quiz
Lesson 15 - Understatement & Litotes: Differences, Definitions & Examples  Take Quiz
Lesson 16 - Euphemism: Definition & Examples  Take Quiz
Lesson 17 - Symbolism & Imagery in Literature: Definitions & Examples  Take Quiz
Lesson 18 - Glossary of Literary Terms: Prose  Take Quiz
Lesson 19 - Glossary of Literary Terms: Poetry  Take Quiz
Lesson 20 - Introduction to Literary Theory: Major Critics and Movements  Take Quiz
Lesson 21 - Overview of Literary Periods and Movements: A Historical Crash Course  Take Quiz
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Lesson 1 - What Are Nouns? - Definition, Types & Examples  Take Quiz
Lesson 2 - Singular & Plural Nouns: Definitions, Rules & Examples  Take Quiz
Lesson 3 - What Are Possessive Nouns? - Examples, Definition & Types  Take Quiz
Lesson 4 - What Are Collective Nouns?  Take Quiz
Lesson 5 - What Are Pronouns? - Types, Examples & Definition  Take Quiz
Lesson 6 - Pronouns: Relative, Reflexive, Interrogative & Possessive  Take Quiz
Lesson 7 - What Are Personal Pronouns?  Take Quiz
Lesson 8 - Using Nouns as the Subject of a Sentence: Grammar Rules & Examples  Take Quiz
Lesson 9 - Possessive Pronouns & Contractions: Definition & Examples  Take Quiz
Lesson 10 - What is an Antecedent? - Definition, Meaning & Examples  Take Quiz
Lesson 11 - Compound Antecedents: Definition & Examples  Take Quiz
Lesson 12 - Personal Pronouns and Antecedents: Number Agreement  Take Quiz
Lesson 13 - Action, Linking and Auxiliary Verbs: Definitions, Functions & Examples  Take Quiz
Lesson 14 - Verb Forms: Participles & Infinitives  Take Quiz
Lesson 15 - Comparison of Adjectives & Adverbs: Examples, Sentences & Exercises  Take Quiz
Lesson 16 - Indefinite and Definite Articles: Definition and Examples  Take Quiz
Lesson 17 - What Are Misplaced Modifiers and Dangling Modifiers?  Take Quiz
Lesson 18 - What are Predicates? - Definition and Examples  Take Quiz
Lesson 19 - Parallelism: How to Write and Identify Parallel Sentences  Take Quiz
Lesson 20 - How to Identify the Subject of a Sentence  Take Quiz
Lesson 21 - Verb Tense & Subject-Verb Agreement  Take Quiz
Lesson 22 - Subject-Verb Agreement: Using Uncommon Singular and Plural Nouns and Pronouns  Take Quiz
Lesson 23 - Sentence Agreement: Avoiding Faulty Collective Ownership  Take Quiz
Lesson 24 - Infinitive Verb Form: Definition & Examples  Take Quiz
Lesson 25 - Subordinate Clause: Examples & Definition  Take Quiz

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