Queen's UniversittyDepartment of English
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ENGL 465 (FW)


Course Description

This course introduces students to four main literary genres: the Novel, the Drama, the Essay, and Poetry. It is also designed to improve students’ writing skills, and to develop their knowledge of literary terms and critical techniques as a foundation for further literary study.

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Course Information

ENGL 100 is a Queen's University online course. Log on to onQ with your Queen's NetID for complete information. All documents on this Web page will also be found on the ENGL 100 onQ site.


Teaching Assistants

Please see onQ for your TA's contact information.

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ENGL 100 Course Syllabus (2018-2019) (coming soon)

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General Instructions for Essays (Course Syllabus Appendix A) (coming soon)

Essay 1 Topics (Course Syllabus Appendix A1)

Essay 2 Topics (Course Syllabus Appendix A2)

Essay 3 Topics (Course Syllabus Appendix A3)

Essay 4 Topics (Course Syllabus Appendix A4)

Discussion Forums

General Instructions for Discussion Forums (Course Syllabus Appendix B) (coming soon)


General Instructions for Symposiums (Course Syllabus Appendix C) (coming soon)

Symposium 1 Discussion Questions (Course Syllabus Appendix C1)

Symposium 2 Discussion Questions (Course Syllabus Appendix C2)

Symposium 3 Discussion Questions (Course Syllabus Appendix C3)

Symposium 4 Discussion Questions (Course Syllabus Appendix C4)

Final Examination

Final Examination Format (Course Syllabus Appendix X) (coming soon)

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English Department Web Site

The Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL)

Queen's University Department of English OWL Gateway

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Other Materials

Grade Conversion Scale (Course Syllabus Appendix Y) (coming soon)

Statement of Academic Integrity (Course Syllabus Appendix Z) (coming soon)

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This page was last updated on 5 May, 2018 .