American Literature Student Text (3rd ed.)contains introductory essays for each unit providing an overview of the cultural and historical events and ideas influencing each literary period. The instruction for the literature selections is structured around the reading process approach. Students will improve close-reading skills with questions during reading that focus on the three strands of study: Analyze, Read, and Evaluate.
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American Literature eTextbook ST (3rd ed.) is rated
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American Literature eTextbookThe strengths of this course are the Biblical integration materials and the critical thinking skills it promotes. The chapter summaries are extensive and appropriate. However, the actual essays on the test did not seem to reflect the content of the review materials.