A Christian College of the Liberal Arts & Sciences

EDUC 223 Adolescent Literature

Students will read and analyze a variety of literature of interest to adolescents with an eye toward understanding adolescents and their place in society, developing criteria for evaluating adolescent literature, and exploring current trends in this literature. Students investigate critical theories about the function and purpose of literature for adolescents, including developmental, aesthetic, and cultural considerations. Attention will be given to international and multicultural literature, as well as to literary criticism of young adult literature. Liberal Arts.

  • Terms: F
  • Credit Hours: 4