World Literature Program

Other Assignments

WORLD LITERATURE PROGRAM | ENGLISH DEPARTMENT | CREIGHTON UNIVERSITY
 

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World Literature I
World Literature II

 

 

OTHER ASSIGNMENTS

In addition to or in conjunction with the required writing, essay or objective quizzes and exams are recommended as a means of monitoring student compliance with the reading assignments, assessing reading comprehension, and testing command of literary concepts and terminology. In-class essays and essay examinations are also used for the purpose of providing additional writing practice and assessing writing and critical thinking skills. It is also strongly recommended that instructors combine lecturing with a variety of activities permitting students to engage in discussion and voice personal points of view. Small-group discussions, student presentations, and individual and group projects are examples of some of the ways in which this is achieved. Class participation as well as attendance to class and designated out-of-class events are taken into consideration by instructors in the calculation of a student's grade.
 
last updated: 8/4/2003
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