Prosser, WA (PRWEB) December 04, 2012
Red Comet’s enhanced and updated online high school English elective course provides an in-depth experience of literature analysis and an appreciation for contemporary literary genre. With detailed comprehension of literary elements, students read and study the novel ‘The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde’ by Robert Louis Stevenson.
The course provides students with the foundation to comprehend works of American Literature. Students obtain comprehension skills through various exercises of literary analysis, and research on the author and historical settings. Students analyze story elements and breakdown complex organizational structures to understand their deeper meanings. They express their own insight and connect the situations to other texts or their own experiences. Study of this great literary work helps them understand more about themselves, others and the world in general.
Red Comet offers a complete online program that is both rigorous and engaging. Red Comet is approved by the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) in Washington State as a “Multi-District Online Course Provider” and as a “Multi-District Online School Program Provider”. Red Comet’s online program excels not only in the breadth of its offering but also has received the best ratings for student satisfaction in Washington State. Red Comet’s online learning is engaging and presents even the most challenging topics in a way that students can understand. Students taking Red Comet's online high school classes are challenged using a variety of learning techniques which makes learning interesting while keeping them motivated to complete their courses within the allotted schedule.
Students throughout the country use Red Comet’s high school classes that include all core subjects – Language Arts, Science, Mathematics and Social Studies, as well as numerous high school electives. A variety of students use Red Comet’s online learning program – students in need of credit recovery, students attending public high schools who cannot attend all of their high school classes, students attending private schools who are looking for electives or Advanced Placement classes, home school high school students who need help in specific subject areas, athletes, students with part-time jobs etc.