If your teenager thinks reading Facebook posts and Tweets is intellectually stimulating, introduce him or her to the finest American literature for a real adventure!
The American Literature curriculum is a fun, consumable course, made for one semester, covering five diverse periods of American Literature, including:
- Early American Literature
- The Romantic Period
- The Modern Age
- Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
- Walt Whitman
- Edgar Allen Poe
- Emily Dickinson
- Mark Twain
- Ernest Hemingway
- F. Scott Fitzgerald
- E.E. Cummings
- Robert Frost
- W. H. Auden
- Carl Sandburg
This easy-to-use teacher’s guide consists of:
- Complete answer keys for Units 1-5
- Curriculum overview
- Lesson planning
- Teacher’s tips
- Thought-and-discussion suggestions
- Alternate tests and worksheets
- Required materials
- Study pages
- Suggested additional readings
- Additional activities
The optional, consumable student worktexts (not included), that can be completed in as little as three to four weeks, include:
- Text-based instruction
- Review questions
- Fill-in-the-blanks, short answer, underlining
- Self tests
- Unit tests
- One removable teacher-administered test
Expand your child’s mind to appreciate genuine intellectual writing with the American Literature curriculum from Alpha Omega Publications! Order today from Curriculum Express!
Designed for independent learning, the Alpha-Omega curriculum is ideal for Christian schools as well as correspondence and home education.
Choices for Christian Schools and Families
LIFEPAC, Horizons, and Switched-On Schoolhouse, are popular choices from Alpha Omega. This complete, easy-to-use, 12-year Christian curriculum includes five core subject areas and a variety of electives to meet the varied academic needs of your students. A work-text format, Alpha Omega is ideal for students seeking a correspondence-style curriculum. Courses are divided into 10 work-texts or units per subject per year. Each work-text delivers all of the instruction needed as well as interactive activities, quizzes, and tests that enable students to process what they are learning.
Bible-Inspired Critical Thinking
In order to build independent thinkers, students are also challenged to apply critical thinking and analysis skills to material as they work through each course. This analysis is also applied to Biblical instruction as Scripture and Biblical principles are integrated throughout each course, allowing students to apply Biblical principles to everyday learning.
Complete and Convenient Education
Students will enjoy this motivating curriculum that provides a sense of accomplishment as each unit or work-text is completed. Parents and teachers love how easy it is to “take school with you” and stay on track while traveling or committed to other activities.