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Course SummaryThis VHS English 3 course is designed to assist you as you work to supplement your high school learning or work toward your online diploma. This course is offered to enrolled students through View High School, an online AdvancEd accredited private high school.
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About This Course
As a student of View High School, you have access to this English 3 course that covers topics such as American Transcendentalism, literature of the Harlem Renaissance and literary analysis. These lessons and chapters help set the stage for your success as you work through this course.
Your VHS instructor will provide you with everything you need to do well in this course, including any course requirements and your syllabus. In order to earn course progress for English 3, you must watch or read each lesson included here and pass the accompanying quiz.
If you have any questions or experience any difficulty as you work through this course, know you're not alone. Please feel free to reach out to your View High School instructor directly with any questions about the requirements of this course or the material that you're learning about.
This View High School course will help fulfill all VHS student goals including:
- Earning a high school diploma
- Credit recovery
- Coursework to supplement other high school programs
- Accelerated learning
- Nontraditional students, like student athletes
- Independent study
- Literary analysis
- Early American literature
- American romanticism in literature
- American Transcendentalism in literature
- Realism in American literature
- The prose, poetry and plays of modernist America
- Harlem Renaissance literature
- Post-WWII American literature
- Contemporary American literature
- Listening and speaking skills for English students
- Academic research and citations
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