English 6, Semester B
English is the study of the creation and analysis of literature written in the English language. In English 6B, you will begin with analyzing the element of conflict in literary nonfiction texts and examine examples of cause and effect. You will also investigate different genres of literature to analyze the element of conflict. Next, you will explore methods for developing multimedia presentations. In the latter part of the course, you will analyze elements of poetry such as theme, structure, meter, language, and sound. You will also examine different types of poetry. Finally, you will identify techniques for developing a research paper.
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