English 102

English 102 Textbook
 English 102: The Norton Introduction to Literature: Shorter 12th Edition.  Ed. Kelly J. Mays (NortonISBN-10: 0393938921


 

English 102 Poetry Anthology
English 102 Poetry Anthology and presentation 2.doc

English 102 – Syllabus (Fall 2 2018)

TTC Grading Scale                      South Carolina Grading Scale 

Numerical Scale        Letter Grade             Numerical Scale

91-100                                     A                                  90-100

81-90                                       B                                  80-89

71-80                                       C                                  70-79

65-70                                      D                                  60-69

Below 65                                  F                                  Below 60


Date

Readings and Assignments

 

10/29

High School Nation Concert

 

10/30

Trifles, Susan Glaspell p1155

“Post-its,” Dooley and Holzman (Handout)

 

10/31 Drama

1984 essay; Oedipus the King – Sophocles p1777 Reader Response #1 Assigned

 

11/1

1984 essay; Oedipus the King – Sophocles p1777 Aristotle & Greek Tragedy

 

11/2

Peer Editing – Fiction Essay 1984

Reader Response #1 Due in class

 

 

 

 

11/5

Introduction to Fences, August Wilson Act 1 p1187

 

11/6

Election Day – No School

 

11/7

Fences Act 2 p1217

1984 Essays due 2:45 folder/shared

 

11/8

Fences – conclusion Quiz on Fences

 

11/9

Fences – film Drama Research Essay Assigned

 

 

 

 

11/12

A Doll’s House Henrik Ibsen p1654 Act 1 Reader Response #2 Assigned

 

11/13

A Doll’s House Henrik Ibsen p1674 Act 2

 

11/14

A Doll’s House Henrik Ibsen p1689 Act 3

 

11/15

Harkness Discussion #1 Reader Response #2 Due in class

 

11/16

Drama Research Essay Works Cited and Research Check (work on Annotated Bibs)

 

 

 

 

11/19

Drama Research Essay Annotated Bibliography due (share & hardcopy)

 

11/20

Open Day – Hamlet Introduction / Act 1 p1350

 

11/21-23

Thanksgiving Break – No School

 

11/26

Hamlet Act 1 p1350

 

11/27

Hamlet Act 2; Drama Research Essay Outlines Due

 

11/28

Hamlet Acts 2-3 p1372Quiz Acts 1-2

 

11/29

Hamlet Acts 4-5 p1410

 

11/30

Drama Research Essay Rough Drafts and Peer Editing

 

 

 

 

12/3 Fiction

Hamlet Final Exam

Introduction to Short Fiction; “Girl” Jamaica Kincaid (184);

Short, short fiction (handouts); “The Lottery” Shirley Jackson (online)

Creative Writing Assignment assigned

 

12/4

“A Rose for Emily” Faulkner (628), “Barn Burning” Faulkner (225) Quiz on both

Drama Research Essays due 2:45 folder & e-copy shared

 

12/5

In-class reading: “Boys and Girls” Alice Munro (152)

 

12/6

In-class reading “The Story of an Hour” Chopin (523), “The Yellow Wallpaper” Perkins Gilman (526)

 

12/7

“A Jury of Her Peers” Glaspell (537), “Why I wrote the Yellow Wallpaper” (559)

Drama Research Essay Presentations Due

 

 

 

 

12/10

Drama Research Presentations

 

12/11

“Everything the Rises Must Converge” (495) and “A Good Man is Hard to Find” (470) Flannery O’Connor Quiz on both

In Class: “Lusus Naturae” Margaret Atwood

 

12/12

Drama Research Presentations

 

12/13

Peer Editing #1 – Creative Writing (2 pieces due)

Introduction to Poetry – find a poem, write a poem; “Ars Poetica” (728) MacLeish

 

12/14

Harkness Discussion #2 – Fiction; Poetry Anthology Project introduced

 

 

 

 

12/17

Selected Poems from Browning, Marvell, Marlowe, Raleigh

Peer Editing #2 – Creative Writing (alternate structure of chosen story)

 

12/18

“My Father’s Song” Ortiz, “Those Winter Sundays” Hayden, “My Mother” Voigt, “Of the Threads” Espada (813-816) Poetry Quiz #1

Creative Writing due (final story – 3 drafts; plus 2nd story 1 draft)

 

12/19

Selected Poems from Blake, Yeats, Heaney, Rich, St. Vincent Millay, Hughes

 

12/20

“Lady Lazarus” (1125), “Morning Song” (1127), “Daddy” (1072) by Sylvia Plath

“Living in Sin” (959), “Diving into the Wreck” (858) by Adrienne Rich Poetry Quiz #2

 

12/21

½ day for students

 

12.22-1.6

Christmas/Holiday Break

 

1/7

Closed Form: Sonnets & Haiku

Shakespearian Sonnets 933-934; Reader Response #3 Assigned

 

1/8

Lab Day – Poetry Anthology

 

1/9

Reader Response #3 due in class

Sonnets Continued 931-942; Joyful Noise – the best in the text

 

1/10

Lab Day – Poetry Anthologies

 

1/11

Joyful Noise continued – the best in the text

 

 

 

 

1/14

Poetry Anthology Presentations – all Anthologies Due

 

1/15

Poetry Anthology Presentations

 

1/16

Poetry Anthology Presentations

 

1/17

Song lyrics as poetry – Be the verse; guess the song

Final Harkness Discussion on Poetry

 

1/18

Poetry Café – Read your poems - End of Second Quarter