Children's Literature - ENG 250 at Blue Ridge Community College


         
 
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ENG 250 - Children's Literature
Examines the history and development of children's literature of diverse genres, time periods, and authors. Focuses on analysis of texts for literary qualities and audience. Develops critical thinking and interpretive skills through close reading, discussion, and analysis of literary texts. This is a UCGS transfer course.
Lecture 3 hours. Total 3 hours per week.
Prerequisites: ENG 112, ENG 113, or departmental approval.
3 credits

Schedule at Blue Ridge Community College

Class # Section Credits Day Time Start Location Mode
39051 ENG 250-V01 3
       
0:00 a.m.-0:00 a.m.
2024-01-16 Virtual Distance Learning WW
This course is reserved for EDU and CHD students. Please reach out to Mark Miller for enrollment in this course. millerm@brcc.edu
This course meets entirely online with no scheduled meeting times. Students may have to purchase physical and/or electronic books and/or other course materials. Students may be required to take at least one proctored assessment. Faculty will inform students of the proctored assessment requirements in the syllabus and class notes. Instructors may require a webcam and microphone for audio and video capabilities. Asynchronous classes may require a proctored exam from the Testing Center or another location. Students may be able to choose an optional remote proctoring service which requires a student fee.
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