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Tanya Terry





Tanya Terry

(903) 336-7246


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English IV Course Description

Students are expected to write in a variety of forms, including business, personal, literary, and persuasive texts.  English IV students read extensively in multiple genres from British literature and other world literature.  Periods from British literature may include the Old English period, medieval period, English renaissance, 17th century, 18th century, romantic period, Victorian period, and modern and post-modern period.  Students learn literary forms and terms associated  with selections being read.  Students interpret the possible influences of the historical context on a literary work.

College English IV Course Description

Composition and Rhetoric I

This course focuses on the writing process with emphasis on organization, style, research, revision, documentation, types of prose, rhetorical methods and styles of writing.  Content for compositions will be based upon early British literature, from the Anglo-Saxon period through the time of William Shakespeare, as well as from other world literature and modern writings.  During the semester, each student will have extensive practice in writing and editing paragraphs, essays, and research materials.

Composition and Rhetoric II

This course is designed to develop skills in critical thinking and written analysis of literature, using research as exploration and discovery of life themes.  Students will demonstrate the ability to write extended essays and a research paper formatted in MLA style.  Additionally, students will analyze and respond to assigned readings and discussion topics based upon British literature, from the Renaissance to modern day writings, as well as from other world literature and modern writings.

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