Course Description: This course is an introduction to the multiple genres of contemporary young adult literature. You will read a range of YAL texts written by award-winning authors, which we will discuss from the perspectives of genre, theme, representations of adolescence and . Introduction to the Course Description: This course is a survey of young adult literature commonly read by people ages sixteen to twentyfive years old. The genres of Fantasy, Autobiography, Historical Fiction, Realistic Fiction, and Fan Fiction will be explored. In addition to genres, students’ will also become familiar with young adult.
Sep 06, 2016 · Hello readers! As promised, here is the syllabus for a seminar that I'm currently teaching at Bowdoin College. The seminar is entitled (Im)Possible Lives: Young Adult Speculative Fiction, and it is currently offered under Bowdoin's English Department and the Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies program. The course description is as follows: How do wizards, monsters, cyborgs, and. Course Description: In 2011, “Theoretical Approaches to Children’s and Young Adult Literature” focuses on Young Adult realistic fiction and the construction of “problem lit” around the world. Are the concerns of teenagers presented universally to readers of different cultures?
Aug 18, 2014 · Here is the syllabus for a course that I designed on the Young Adult Novel. I will teach this course during the fall 2014 semester at the University of Notre Dame. I'm very excited about this course for various reasons--mostly because I finally get to teach the texts that I work with and that I . This is an intermediate course on the art and craft of fiction writing in the young adult genre. great YA and great adult literature? What are the best ways to understand quality in a YA text? Within Syllabus 190T Young Adult Fiction.