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Through American Literature, students explore the thoughts and feelings of the men and women who helped create and define the unique heritage and culture of the American people. Active reading and critical evaluation is emphasized. Students refine composition and presentation skills by writing essays (expository, interpretive, contrast and compare), magazine columns, travel guides, interviews, editorials, and speeches. Students also explore the works of modern American poets and write a literary research paper.

American Literature Course Package - High School English | Oak Meadow Bookstore
American Literature Course Package

Students read the thoughts and feelings of American men and women who have helped create and articulate the unique heritage of the American people and the rich fabric of the culture.

$100.00
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American Literature Coursebook

Coursebook for the American Literature course (included with course package)

$70.00
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American Literature Teacher Manual - High School | Oak Meadow Bookstore
American Literature Teacher Manual

 Teacher manual designed to help parents and teachers support independent learners.

$40.00
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The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald | Oak Meadow Bookstore
The Great Gatsby

Assigned as part of the Oak Meadow American Literature course.

$17.00
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The Red Badge of Courage by Stephen Crane Book Cover | Oak Meadow Bookstore
The Red Badge of Courage

Assigned as part of the Oak Meadow American Literature course.

$6.99
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To be a Slave by Julius Lester Book Cover | Oak Meadow Bookstore
To Be a Slave

Assigned as part of the Oak Meadow American Literature course.

$7.99
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