101年第2學期-0090 文學作品導讀（二） 課程資訊
|Class performance||40||Quizzes, presentations, participations, attendance|
to develop the skills needed to understand and appreciate English poetry
to learn and practice the basic techniques of close reading – reading with careful attention to the formal and semantic features of a literary work
to express well-supported ideas about the poems, both orally and in writing
To introduce three major western literary genres （fiction, poetry, drama） over a 3-semester course, and to strengthen students in reading, analyzing, and discussing works of literature from a discerning and critical standpoint.
In each of three semesters students are introduced to both representative and non-traditional texts in fiction, poetry and drama respectively. Students read closely, think critically, and evaluate texts chosen to elucidate critical ideas introduced in class. Class meetings include instructor-led textual examination, student-generated discussion, and individual or group presentations of selected works.
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Text: Arp & Johnson. eds. Perrine’s Literature: Structure, Sound, and Sense
10th Edition. Boston: Wadsworth Cengage Learning, 2009