Courses

This course aims to teach students how to apply the fundamentals of rhetoric to the research process. It teaches methods of research; the rhetorical nature of research; elements, strategies, and conventions common to research writing, including...
This course introduces students to the most famous playwright in English Literature: William Shakespeare. Through the study of at least one history play, one comedy, and one tragedy, the salient features of Shakespeare’s dramaturgy will be...
This course offers practice in producing longer essays of several paragraphs. Attention is given two types of essay writing, mainly the example and comparison contrast essays. Students are also taught to use grammar in the following points: tenses,...
This is a follow‐up course to ENG 214. It again emphasizes writing as a process that involves prewriting, drafting, revising, and editing. The course focuses on both reading critically and writing well. In each unit, students will be introduced to a...
The course is a survey of American Literature from 1620 to the present. The course starts with readings from Native American Literature. Emphasis will be on the major American writers, the canon. In addition a novel is studied along with samples of...
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This course is an introductory course to literature, specifically, the main genres: fiction (short stories), poetry, and drama. Students are introduced to the literary elements of each genre and are trained to trace these elements in specific works...
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   King Saud University College of ArtsEnglish Department  Course OutlineSecond  Semester 1432-33/ 2011-12Course Title: Translation 1 (Translation from E to A and from A to E)Course Number: Eng 212       Course Level: 3          Hours of Instruction...