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ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL PURPOSES Quarter 1 – Module 3: Approaches in Literary Criticism

This is where you start to do critical reading and write your understanding and reaction to what you are reading. This will help you appreciate the texts you are reading and will also develop your critical thinking skills.

These competencies are covered in the following lessons:

  • form opinions based on facts (CS-EN11/12A-EAPP-Id-f-11),
  • cite specific sources to support claim (CS-EN11/12A-EAPP-Id-f-12),
  • use appropriate language for a specific discipline (CS-EN11/12A-EAPP-Idf 14),
  • raise legitimate, contrary views in an appropriate manner (CS EN11/12AEAPP-Id-f-15), and
  • use appropriate critical approaches in writing a critique such as formalism (CS-EN11/12A-EAPP-Id-f-16).

Objectives:

Here are the things that you are expected to learn at the end of this module:

1. differentiate the different approaches in literary criticism,

2. write objective assessments, and

3. express ideas in appropriate language and manner.

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