Monday, May 27, 2019

Silabus Introduction to Literature

INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE COURSE OUTLINE line of descent Description This race is an introduction to the rudiments of literary study and analysis. Students will be introduced to the fundamental elements of poetry, drama, and parable basic literary terminology and strategies for analyzing texts based on close reading. Students will also bore writing short literary analysis. Course Objectives Develop your basic understanding on what literature and its genre are. Develop your ability to respond to literary texts in class discussion Develop and articulate your own ideas about literary themes Present a coherent literary analysis including familiarity with literary devices (plot, character, characteristics, theme, setting, etc) Intended to deliver an argument through quotations and examples from primary, and in some cases, secondary texts (references) Student Outcomes By the end of this course, students should be able to do the following 1. Correctly define normally used litera ry harm and use those terms to discuss and analyze works of literature 2.Identify structural elements of works of poetry, fiction, and drama, and analyze how those elements help create proper(postnominal) meanings and effects Course Content 1. Comprehensive Definition of Literature and of elements of literary work 2. Readings of a variety of poems, short fiction, and drama 3. Important literary terms and their application to the analysis of specific works 4. Several opportunities to compose written arguments about specific texts incorporating close reading skills and application of literary terms nd conventions. Teaching strategies Lecturing is applied to give the students general guidance and theories used to analyze literary works. Besides, Class sessions will be structured to give students fortune to discuss, analyze, and practice close reading of specific texts. Discussions should emphasize the application of course terms and concepts to the analysis of texts and the use of t extual detail to defend opinions about the texts. Students monstrance is also needed in this subject.Course terms and concepts will be reinforced through quizzes and/or exams which ask students to identify terms and concepts as they appear in texts. Given the goals of the course, the use of film and videos are also recommended. attending You will be allowed three absences. An extended complaint would create an exception to these rules enrapture permit me know as soon as possible if you will be missing a significant number of classes (i. e. 2 or more) due to illness or other long-term problem. REQUIREMENT Students are obliged to attend at least 80% of total meeting in a semester.If they are absent more than 20% of total meetings in a semester, they will not get their final grade as a consequence. Besides, students must admit all assignments in a due time. EVALUATION There are four elements of evaluation as giving score. 1. Midterm test (MT) 20 % 2. last-place test (FT) 35 % 3. Assignment and quizzes(Ass/Q) 25 % 4. Attendance and class participation (A) 15 % 5. Personal Literature Anthology (final project) 15% Fixed Score = 3(Ass/Q) + 2(MT)+3(FT) + 1,5(A/CP)+1,5 (PLA) 10 Attendance = P x 100TM (total meeting) Class Policies Grading Scale 81 100 = A 4,0 76 79 = B+ 3,5 61 70 = C+ 2,5 45 50 = D 1,0 71 75 = B 3,0 56 60 = C 2,0 51- 55 = D+ 1,5 0 44 = E 0 pedantic Dishonesty Plagiarism does not refer only to flagrant copying it includes also the unaccredited use of any phrases, quotations, or ideas. Please be certain to cite any outside sources which you use.That said, I will not tolerate cheating in this class. If you are caught plagiarizing or otherwise cheating, and the assignment is a mild one, you will immediately lose two letter grades off your final grade. If the assignment in question a major assignment, you will automatically become the course. Consultation If you are unsure about the reading, want feedback on discussion/assignment, or wou ld like to talk about a text or idea, please come to my office for a consultation. If you cant make it to my office hours, feel free to make an appointment with me.Course Books Hawthorn, Jeremy, Studying The Novel An Introduction, Routledge, Chapman and Hall, Inc. 1989 Kearns, George, editor, Appreciating Literature, Macmillan Publishing Company. 1984. Kenney, William, How To try Fiction, Monarch constrict Inc. 1966 Luxemburg, Mieke Bal and Willem G. Weststeijn. Pengantrar Ilmu Sastra, Jakarta, Gramedia. 1989 Reaske. Christopher R. How To Analyze Drama. Monarch Press, INC. 1966 Siswantoro, Apresiasi Puisi-Puisi Sastra Inggris. Muhammadiyah University Press, 2002 calendar week Expected Competence Topic Activities 1 The students are pass judgment to -Orientation brainstorming have comprehensive orientation on the course -Definition of Literature giving lecture Understand the basic concept of literature discussion 2 The students should be able t o -Genre of Literary works brainstorming agnise the genre of literary works giving lecture identify the characteristics of literary works discussion 3 The students are expected to comprehend plot, Short degree by Doris Lessing entitle A Woman onAnalyzing intrinsic elements of the short story suspense and character. A Roof Giving Lecture and discussion 4 The students should understand setting, point of Short story by Alice Walker entitle Everyday Analyzing intrinsic element of Walkers story view dan theme. aim Giving Lecture and discussion 5 screen 6 The students can identify basic elements of poetry A poem by Sylvia Plath entitled reflect and by Analyzing intrinsic elements of the poems such as rhyme and figurative languages. Walt Whitman entitled Cavalry Crossing a intersection entitled Mirror and CavalryCrossing a Ford Giving lecture and discussion 7 The students can recognize types of poetry ( A poem by Robert Frost entititled The Tuft of Analyzing t he poems narrative, lyric dan dramatic) Flowers, by William Wordsworth entitled My HeartDiscussin Leaps Up and by Frank Horne entitled To James 8 Mid-term test 9 The students can recognize types of poetry ( A poem by Robert Frost entititled The Tuft of Reading the poems narrative, lyric dan dramatic) Flowers, by William Wordsworth entitled My HeartAnalyzing the poems Leaps Up and by Frank Horne entitled To James 10 The students are expected to be able to define drama Giving lecture and know the dramatic convention. discussion 11 The students understand the intrinsic elements of Drama by Anton Chekov entitled Marriage proposalGiving lecture Drama Discussion Assignment 12 Continuation of The World of Drama. Drama by Anton Chekov entitled Marriage ProposalAnalyzing Marriage Proposal 13 Quiz 14 Tugas Terstruktur Film adaptation from Shakespeare drama entitled Othello 15 The Correlation between Literary works and some other Brainstorming discip lines discussion (Wrap up Session) 16 last(a) Test Period Topic Core Reading Topic for Discussion week 1 Course Outline Appreciating literature, How to Whats your Analyze fiction orientation? Literature Definition, types, and literary devices (General) Week 2 Introduction to Appreciating literature, How to I Remember Mama (John Van Druten) Drama, Elements ofAnalyze Drama drama Week 3 Plot, Character, Appreciating literature, How to I Remember Mama (John Van Druten) Analyze fiction/drama Week 4 Theme, symbol Appreciating literature, How to grandpa and the statue (Arthur Miller) Analyze drama Week 5 Staging and Appreciating literature, How to Grandpa and the statue (Arthur Miller) dialogue Analyze drama Week 6 Quiz on Drama Quiz Quiz Week 7 Introduction to Appreciating literature, How to The road not taken (Robert Frost) Poetry.What is Analyze Poetry poetry and how might we begin to discuss it analytical ly? Week 8 Structure and Appreciating literature, How to First Lesson (Philip Booth) kinds of Poetry, Analyze Poetry Meaning of Poetry Middle Test Middle Test Week 9 Discussion of Appreciating literature, How to introduce with the Night (Robert Frost) selected poems, Analyze Poetry and some writing exercises Week 10 Figurative Appreciating literature, How to The Eagle (Alfred Lord Tennyson) language Analyze poetry Week 11 Quiz on Poetry Quiz Quiz Week 12 Introduction to Appreciating literature, StudyingThe woman Who Had no Prejudices (Anton Chekov) Prose Novel An Introduction, How to Analyze fiction Week 13 Analyzing ElementsAppreciating literature, StudyingThe leader of the people (John Steinbeck) of Prose (Short Novel An Introduction How to Story) Analyze fiction Week 14 Discussion Appreciating literature, How to The leader of the people (John Steinbeck) Analyze fiction Week 15 Genre of Prose Appreciating literature, StudyingIn a nother Country (Earnest Hemmingway) (Short Story and Novel An Introduction How to Novel) Analyze fiction Week 16 Final Test Final Test

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