Thematic Approach (Selected literary works
are arranged according to common elements to cover the entire period of
1850 to the present, thus showing an evolution of the ideas discussed by
METHODS OF INSTRUCTION:
Methods of class instruction may include
lecture, instructor-led class discussion, daily exercises, tests (including
quizzes and chapter or unit tests), handouts, audio-visual aids, study guides,
panel discussions, reports, writing assignments, book reports, or semester
projects. All instructors may use these methods individually or in combination.
Telecourses: Independent study of audio/video
materials augmented by text and study guide; collaboration and participation
with class members and faculty via available means. Faculty role is facilitator
of learning experiences.
METHODS OF EVALUATION:
Methods of evaluation may include the
following: tests, both essay and objective; daily work; class participation;
and other methods of evaluation (e.g., semester projects or book reports)
at the discretion of the individual instructor.
Students with impaired sensory, manual
or speaking skills are encouraged and have the responsibility to contact
their instructor, in a timely fashion, regarding reasonable accommodation