For ESL students at the advanced level, this course focuses on the theory and practise of public speaking in English.

Préalable : ANLS 1423 ou le test de classement

For ESL students beginner-2 level. This course includes a study of phonetics, stress and pitch patterns, exercises in verb tenses and spoken vocabulary. May be combined with other ESL courses.

Préalable : ANLS 1403 ou le test de classement

For ESL students at the advanced-2 level. This course will review grammatical problems and introduce students to techniques of essay writing in preparation for ANGL 1153 or ANGL 1163

For ESL students at the intermediate-2 level. This course introduces fundamentals of English grammar. Weekly writing assignments and workshop activities are required. May be combined with ANLS 1423.

Préalable : ANLS 1423 ou le test de classement

For ESL students at the intermediate-1 level. This course involves group discussion, workshop activities, and individual language-lab assignments. May be combined with other ESL courses.

Préalable : ANLS 1413 ou le test de classement

William Shakespeare’s artistic and commercial success during his lifetime was just the beginning of the four-century-plus global phenomenon that is Shakespeare ™ today. This course looks at Shakespeare’s theatre in his own time and through the lens of adaptations in various genres including theatre and film.

The selected texts, including poetry, illustrate some of the various contexts, forms, and purposes of literature. Students review the principles of good essay writing and practice English composition, communication, and critical analysis.

A survey of crucial American literature from the mid-1800s to the present day, with a consideration of those issues that have long clouded the American dream: slavery, racial ten sions, poverty, economic disparity, and corruption. Major authors include Mark Twain, John Steinbeck, Flannery O’Connor, and William Faulkner.
Prerequisites : ANGL 1153 and ANGL 1163

The examination of environmental degradation and other ecological concerns is a vibrant facet of contemporary literary criticism, a crucial aspect of social justice studies, and an urgent, timely enquiry for global citizens, learners and educators. Students will study a wide range of literary genres from various countries and epochs as well as contemporary refereed scholarship in this examination of literature and the environment.

Prerequisites: ANGL-1153 et ANGL-1163

A survey of early literature in English. This course will emphasize linguistic developments and indicators of social and cultural values.