Course Information

Children's Literature (ENG 200 (UG08))

Term: First Summer Session 2008 (UNDG)


Marjorie PechetShow MyInfo popup for Marjorie Pechet
Email address is hidden, click here to email


Mon-Wed, 8:00 AM - 11:20 AM (5/27/2008 - 6/2/2008) Location: MAIN (Harrington Learning Cent 101 - Lecture Only)
Mon-Wed, 8:00 AM - 11:20 AM (5/27/2008 - 7/2/2008) Location: MAIN (Surprenant Hall 210 - Lecture Only)


3 credits
This course introduces students to the nature, variety, and artistry of children's stories. Students examine various modes of the genre and investigate why stories are necessary and popular teaching vehicles for the intellectual growth and development of children. Students discuss and explore numerous tales, fables, myths, and literary archetypes. Special emphasis is placed on selected visually orientated stories and their context in todays society. Students write individual reports and interact in panel discussions, commentary, and discussions of the merits of contemporary works.
Prerequisite: ENG 102. F/S/SU (LA)