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ANADOLU UNIVERSITY
OPEN EDUCATION FACULTY
PROGRAM IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING
2014-2015
FALL SEMESTER
ENGLISH/AMERICAN LITERATURE I
SYLLABUS
Aim: The aim of the course is to enable students build an insight into the selected works of
English/American literature, analyze short story and novel as literary genres and have a chance to
improve their comprehension of the English language.
A World of Fiction: Twenty Timeless Short Stories
Course Materials:
Robinson Crusoe
Dracula
English-American Literature I (AÜ Book)
Course Coordinator(s):
Prof. Dr. Zülal Balpınar
[email protected]
Asst. Prof. Dr. Aynur Boyer
[email protected]
Asst. Prof. Dr. İpek Kuru Gönen
[email protected]
Inst. Murat Gölgeli
[email protected]
Inst. Ela Akgün Özbek
[email protected]
SYLLABUS
Week
Date
Unit
1.
October 20-24
Unit 1 Short Story as a Genre
2.
October 27- 31
Unit 2 Story of an Hour
3.
November 3-7
Unit 3 The Legacy
4.
November 10-14
Unit 4 Kugelmass Episode
5.
November 17-21
Unit 5 The Boarding House
6.
November 24-28
Unit 6 Like a Winding Sheet
7.
December 1-5
Unit 7 Everyday Use
MIDTERM (December 06-07, 2014)
Unit 1 Short Story as a Genre, Unit 2 Story of an Hour, Unit 3 The Legacy, Unit 4 Kugelmass
Episode, Unit 5 The Boarding House, Unit 6 Like a Winding Sheet, Unit 7 Everyday Use
8
December 08-12
Unit 8 Novel as a Genre
9
December 15-19
Unit 9 Robinson Crusoe I
10
December 22-26
Unit 10 Robinson Crusoe II
11
Dec.29-Jan.02
Unit 11 Robinson Crusoe III
12
January 05-09
Unit 12 Dracula I
13
January 12-16
Unit 13 Dracula II
14
January 19-23
Unit 14 Dracula III
FINAL
(January 24-25, 2015)
Unit 8 Novel as a Genre, Units 9-10-11 Robinson Crusoe I-II-III, Units 12-13-14, Dracula I-IIIII
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