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English Literature Assignments - Summary
By completing this course's essay and short-response assignments, you'll strengthen your reading and writing skills and master the concepts you learned in our English 101: English Literature course. The assignments will have you respond to essay prompts, evaluate themes from literary passages and analyze pieces of English literature from the 20th century. Some of the assignment topics include:
- Turn-of-the-century literature
- Modernism in English literature
- E.M. Forster novels
- Literary periods, themes and settings
How Assignments Work
The assignments in this course contribute to your final grade in English 101: English Literature. These assignments are intended for College Accelerator members who are working toward earning affordable and transferable college credit.
- Open an essay or short-response assignment and read through the instructions.
- Understand the scoring rubric your essays and short-responses will be graded on.
- Thoroughly review your essays, checking for plagiarism and other concepts learned in the course.
- Fill out the submission form (link included in the assignment) and attach your assignments.
- Proceed to the proctored final exam on the Exams tab (you do not need to wait for your essay grades before taking the final exam).
If you are not applying for credit, you do not need to submit your assignments.
1. Essay Prompts, Rubric & Instructions for English Literature
If you have a Study.com College Accelerator membership and are seeking college credit for this course, you must submit two essays and pass the proctored final exam. You must submit your essays before registering for the final. Below you will find prompts and instructions for submitting your essays.
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Other chapters within the English 101: English Literature course
- Introduction to English Literature
- Literary Terms and Analysis
- Old and Middle English Literature
- The Renaissance in English Literature
- 17th and 18th Century English Literature
- Romantic Prose in English Literature
- Romantic Poetry in English Literature
- Victorian Literature
- Turn-of-the-Century Literature
- Modernism in English Literature
- Nonfiction in English Literature
- Analyzing English Literature
- Writing Literary Analysis Essays
- Studying for English 101