English

Literature provides the awareness of a complex world through a multiplicity of views focused upon the fullness of life rather than upon any given accepted social, political, or religious orientation.  Concomitant to the study of literature is the study of language, which provides the ability to perceive and formulate meaning. The objectives of the Interlochen Arts Academy English Department allow us to assist students in the exploration of human experience through the pursuit of literary appreciation and language skills.

Core Curriculum

Course

Term

Grade

Title

ENG101 & 102

Fall & Spring

9

English I

ENG201 & 202

Fall & Spring

10

English II

ENG301

Fall

11

English III: Articulating an Argument

ENG302

Spring

11

English III: Writing about the Arts

ENG304

Spring

11

English III: Contemporary American Literature

ENG307

Fall

11

English III: The Short Story

ENG309

Fall

11

English III: Women in Literature

ENG314

Spring

11

English III: Modern European Literature

HUM300

Spring

12, PG

Social Justice, Humanities, and the Arts

ENG403

Fall

12, PG

Russian Literature

ENG406

Spring

12, PG

Fantastical Literature

ENG412

Spring

12, PG

Shakespeare

ENG414

Spring

12, PG

Great Ideas, Then & Now

ENG415

Fall

12, PG

Literature of the American South

ENG425

Fall

12, PG

Outsiders, Misfits, and Weirdos

ENG427

Fall

12, PG

Middle Eastern Literature

ENG501

Fall

12, PG

Indiana University: Reading, Writing, and Inquiry

ENG502

Spring

12, PG

Indiana University: Literary Interpretation

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