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English Literature Analysis


English Literature Analysis

English Literature Analysis

Learn the techniques and structures used by famous poets Samuel Coleridge, William Shakespeare and Arthur Miller


Students: 6,328
Course Description

This free online course offers a comprehensive introduction to English literature analysis. Taking selected drama masterpieces including Macbeth and The Crucible and several poems as examples; the course introduces the learner to literature, play and theatre analysis.
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This course is ideal for students of English literature, and for those wishing to expand their knowledge, understanding and appreciation of this rewarding subject.
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Learning Outcomes

On completing this course you will understand the writings, history, poetry techniques, and structures that were used by Samuel Coleridge. You will know Coleridge's references to music, his rhyme schemes and you will understand how to interpret the meaning of his poem Kubla Khan.
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You will gain a good knowledge of Coleridge's other poems such as The Eolian Harp, This Lime Tree Bower, My Prison and Frost at Midnight.You will have a good knowledge of the life and work of William Shakespeare. This course will help you to understand Shakespeare’s language, quotes and poetry. You will become more familiar with some of Shakespeare’s most famous plays. This course will introduce you to the techniques that Shakespeare used when directing on stage. This course will teach you the techniques used by Arthur Miller in the play the 'The Crucible' including setting, characters, structure, drama.
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Module Title
Introduction to Samuel Coleridge
Coleridge Kubla Khan
Coleridge The Eolian Harp
Coleridge This Lime-Tree Bower, My Prison
Coleridge Frost at Midnight
Introduction to Macbeth by Shakespeare
Macbeth Act One
Macbeth Act Two
Macbeth Act Three
Macbeth Act Four
Macbeth Act Five
Macbeth Themes
The Crucible Act One
The Crucible Act Two
The Crucible Act Three
The Crucible Act Four
Themes in The Crucible by Miller
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Course Title English Literature Analysis
Course # 202
Course Publisher XSIQ
Course Category 90
Content Origin Australian School Curriculum
Course Description  This free online course offers a comprehensive introduction to English literature analysis. Taking selected drama masterpieces including Macbeth and The Crucible and several poems as examples; the course introduces the learner to literature, play and theatre analysis. This course is ideal for students of English literature, and for those wishing to expand their knowledge, understanding and appreciation of this rewarding subject.
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Release Date 04 March 2013
   
Content  
Course Duration (Avg Learner) 3-4 Hours
Video/Audio Low
Audio Only Low
Animation Low
Assessments Yes
 
Education Level
Age appropriateness 16+ Years
Minimum Grade/Class Level Higher High Secondary School
 
Validation Level 5
ALISON Testing Yes
Certification Availability
PDF Download Yes
Parchment Yes
Framed Certification Yes
   
Merchandise Availability Yes
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  • Mary Vosper United Kingdom Overall, the best part of the course for me was the poetry by Coleridge. I think it is beautifully written and enjoyed studying it. The least interesting part of the course was Miller's 'The Crucible'. Although I understand why it was chosen as part of the course, the text was rather morbid and not in the least enjoyable. In respect of Shakespeare's 'Macbeth', the language, at times, was challenging and so interrupted the appreciation, understanding and analysis of his work. 2014-12-15 16:12:18
  • GRACIE BROWN United States of America I loved this course. 2014-10-30 13:10:30
  • Andre Lapierre Canada very interesting.. 2014-07-13 22:07:35
  • Lindiomar Vieira De Souza Brazil very good i just love it. 2014-05-24 02:05:29
  • Lindiomar Vieira De Souza Brazil I had the opportunity to learn a little about literature and raise the level of my English, I would like to thank Alison and continuen working and leading knowledge. 2014-05-24 02:05:55
  • Chokpa Mary Nigeria The English Literature Analysis Course is to me like a dream come true because I have always sort for the oportunity to explore it indept. Thanks for creating this avenue. 2014-05-07 23:05:23
  • Kamota Amedee Rwanda Course Module: Introduction to Samuel Coleridge Course Topic: The Early Years Comment: It is amuzing to get free english learning and combaning the history of the famous poets and romanics personality. 2013-07-24 18:07:52
  • Blessed Prince Nigeria Dis s absolutly exeptional 2013-03-16 09:03:24
  • Blessed Prince Nigeria Dis s absolutly exeptional 2013-03-16 09:03:13
  • Hussein Hijran Iraq I adore English literature especially Shakespearean one,because this great person is unique in his writing and Technic using,for that i'll be honored to study his work.... 2013-03-01 07:03:02
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Free, Online English Literature Analysis Course.