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English IV Syllabus/Semester Overview   
British Literature: English IV
State Standards for ELA can be found by clicking on the following link:
https://www.tn.gov/content/dam/tn/education/standards/ela/stds_english_language_arts.pdf
 
Literary Timeline: This course focuses on the history of the English language and the development of British literature throughout the ages. 
 
Grading Period 1 & 2 Anglo-Saxon & Middle Ages ( 500- 1500 AD ) 
 
The Epic Poem- Beowulf
Anglo-Saxon Poetry
Anglo-Saxon Riddles
 
The Romance- King Arthur legends
Canterbury Tales excerpts include:
"The Prologue" "The Pardoner's Tale" and the " Wife of Bath's Tale"
Scottish and English Ballads 
Miracle Play- Everyman ( Drama in the Middle Ages )
 
Grading Periods 3 & 4: Career Unit 
Senior Interviews- Career Readiness Unit
Cover letters
Resumes
Thank you letters/follow up letters
 
Grading Period 3 & 4 : Renaissance & Enlightenment ( 1500- 1800 )
 
Drama and Tragedy - Macbeth by William Shakespeare
Sonnets, Pastorals, Metaphysical Poetry
 
Romantic & Victorian-  The Gothic Tradition ( 1800- 1900 ) 
Frankenstein- Mary Shelley
Romantic Poets
 
Modern & Post- Modern ( 1900- present ) 
Lord of the Flies- William Golding
Various Poetry and Short Stories

 

 


Honors Syllabus   
Course Description 
 
Honors English IV and AP Literature and Composition emphasize the development of skills in critical reading and writing about literature and related items. 
 
 
The State Framework for Honors is described below: State Board of Ed policy 3.301 
 
"Honors courses will substantially exceed the content standards, learning expectations, and performance indicators approved by the State Board of Education. Teachers of honors courses will model instructional approaches that facilitate maximum interchange of ideas among students: independent study, self-directed research and learning, and appropriate use of technology. All honors courses must include multiple assessments exemplifying coursework ( such as short answer, constructed-response prompts, performance-based tasks, open-ended questions, essays, original or creative interpretations, authentic products, portfolios, and analytical writing)."
 
Grading Scale:
 
A: 93-100
B: 85-92
C: 75-84
D: 70-74
F: 0-69
 
*Honors courses are weighted with 3 additional points per grading period. AP is weighted with 5 additional points per grading period. 
 
 
Honors Summer Reading Books:
Lord of the Flies by William Golding
Edith Hamilton's Mythology
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 


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