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Ch 12: Required Assignments for English 102

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Finish these English 102 assignments to analyze literary passages, strengthen your writing skills and think critically about American literature. If you're a College Accelerator member who is seeking transferable college credit, these assignments count toward your English 102 grade.

American Literature Assignments - Summary

These assignments provide an opportunity to think critically about the American literature topics you've been studying throughout the course. You'll be challenged to respond to essay topics pertaining to several literary themes and techniques, including:

  • America's identity through literature
  • 'The Great American Novel'
  • Character struggles
  • Transcendentalist poetry symbols

How Assignments Work

The essay assignments in this course make up a portion of your English 104: American Literature final grade. They are required for College Accelerator members who are working toward transferable college credit.

  •  Open an essay assignment and read through the instructions.
  •  Understand the scoring rubric your essays 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.  

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