Chaffey College is providing a special opportunity for students who are interested in the dual enrollment program for Spring 2021. Dual enrollment is a program through Chaffey College which allows high school students to enroll in classes at the college to earn both college and high school credits.
Chaffey has added a NEW course, African-American Literature taught by Professor Charles Williams. In completing this course, students will receive Honors credits.
Here is the course information and description:
African-American Literature (3 units). Class hours: 3 lecture.
Recommended preparation: ENGL 1A Transfer Credit: CSU; UC.
Introductory analysis of African-American literatures. Investigation of literary modes including drama, poetry, essays, short stories, and the novel. Identification and analysis of recurrent themes, gender portrayals, writing styles, and topics associated with African-American authors. Evaluation of the social, cultural, and political influence of African-American writers on the United States, as well as the impact of the dominant U.S. society in African-American writing during the 20th century.
Here is the step-by-step process for enrolling the section for high school students: