COURSE OUTCOME - ENGLISH LITERATURE

 

Semester I

 

  1. To understand the figures of speech, symbolism, imagery used by the poet and answer comprehension questions.
  2. To understand the difference between objective and subjective poetry.
  3. To understand and recognize the different types of poems.
  4. To understand the concept of criticism and different ways of appreciating and criticizing a poem by learning different concepts of criticism.
  5. To understand and be able to write in short these literary terms.

 

  Semester II

 

  1. To understand the figures of speech, symbolism, imagery used by the poet and answer comprehension questions.
  2. To understand and recognize different stanza types in poems
  3. To gain information about different schools of poetry.
  4. To understand the concept of criticism and different ways of appreciating and criticizing a poem by learning different concepts of criticism
  5. They should understand and be able to write in short prescribed literary terms.

 

  Semester III

 

  1. To understand critical Essays and anthologies.
  2. To get informed about the background of literary forms.(Essay, Novel)
  3.  To understand the concepts of Literary Terms.
  4. To understand the gist of the novel. (The Guide)

 

Semester IV

 

  1. To learn to comprehend the literary Essays.
  2.  To understand the gist of the Novel (Animal Farm)
  3.  To get informed about Biography, Autobiography  and Style
  4. To know about the concepts of literary Terms

 

Semester V

 

  1. To understand the text, different characters and situations in the drama and to be able to solve comprehension questions
  2. To be able to write reference to context questions..
  3. To study the characteristics of classical, romantic drama
  4.  To be able to understand and answer the short answer questions on prescribed literary terms

 

Semester VI

 

  1. To understand the text ,different characters and situations in the drama and to  be able to solve comprehension questions
  2. To be able to write reference to context questions..
  3.  To study the characteristics of Shakespearean drama.
  4. To be able to understand and answer the short answer questions on prescribed literary terms