This course will provide a historical survey of world literature. Students will study literature of Asian, African, Pacific Rim, European, and Middle Eastern cultures. Students will examine the mythological, philosophical, and artistic elements of these literary traditions.

 

Abundant practice in language arts skills including reading comprehension, literary analysis, and research will prepare the student for higher-level work in language arts. The contents of the course will require extensive writing of various forms, including essays, dialogues, journals, and creative expressions.

 

The curriculum of this course parallels that of World Studies, allowing students to examine the effects of political, geographical, economic and social systems on literary expressions from a variety of cultures and providing an interdisciplinary and humanities approach to literature.


This course will provide a historical survey of world literature. Students will study literature of Asian, African, Pacific Rim, European, and Middle Eastern cultures. Students will examine the mythological, philosophical, and artistic elements of these literary traditions.

 

Abundant practice in language arts skills including reading comprehension, literary analysis, and research will prepare the student for higher-level work in language arts. The contents of the course will require extensive writing of various forms, including essays, dialogues, journals, and creative expressions.

 

The curriculum of this course parallels that of World Studies, allowing students to examine the effects of political, geographical, economic and social systems on literary expressions from a variety of cultures and providing an interdisciplinary and humanities approach to literature.


This course provides a comprehensive historical survey of American literature. Students will study the literature and important themes of the Americas, including Mexico, central, and south American countries and regions. Students will examine the mythological, philosophical, and artistic elements of these literary traditions.  Abundant practice in language arts skills including reading comprehension, literary analysis, and research will prepare students for higher-level work in language arts.  The contents of the course will require extensive writing of various forms, including essays, dialogues, journals, and creative expressions.

The curriculum of this course parallels that of American Studies, allowing students to examine the effects of political, geographical, economic and social systems on literary expressions from a variety of cultures and providing an interdisciplinary and humanities approach to literature.

Mr. Garcia's DP Literature course.  Preparing for the IB Literature exams.

IB Lit Semester 3:  Genre Overview

For this semester of IB, the teacher selects a theme and explores that theme through several different genres. 

This semester, we will explore madness and sanity through the poetry of Sylvia Plath, a fictional novel by Charlotte Bronte, and a non-fiction novel by Truman Capote.  

The semester will culminate in the Individual Oral Commentary, a 10 minute one-on-one discussion that is graded by the teacher and sent to the IB for verification.  These commentaries will occur in November.  

This course provides a comprehensive historical survey of American literature. Students will study the literature and important themes of the Americas, including Mexico, central, and south American countries and regions. Students will examine the mythological, philosophical, and artistic elements of these literary traditions.  Abundant practice in language arts skills including reading comprehension, literary analysis, and research will prepare students for higher-level work in language arts.  The contents of the course will require extensive writing of various forms, including essays, dialogues, journals, and creative expressions.

The curriculum of this course parallels that of American Studies, allowing students to examine the effects of political, geographical, economic and social systems on literary expressions from a variety of cultures and providing an interdisciplinary and humanities approach to literature.