Course Description : Children's literature from around the globe is read and discussed through some of the classic folktales, myths, fables, fantasies, and poems. Students read and study literature from diverse cultures and traditions, such as the European, African, Asian, Meso-American and Native-American. Students analyze, research, and write about the literature they read. The literary works are also studied from a variety of critical perspectives, including the literary, cultural, psychological, historical, religious, sociological, and anthropological. Attention is also given to the relevance of children's literature to contemporary educational theories and practices. It is strongly recommended that all degree students complete ENG 122 before registering for this course.
Department Description : English