This is my entire English 201 course that I used to teach online for a university on the quarter system. It is an introduction to novels course. Students read three classic novels and do a variety of discussion, research, and writing activities with each one. The final project is based on a contemporary novel the students choose individually from an extended list. When I teach this course face-to-face I have students read different contemporary novels for a sharing protocol, which I have included. A syllabus and weekly agenda are also included. The activities for each of the four novels vary so students have experience with different concepts and practices: Annotated Bibliographies, synthesis writing, author's writing style, comparison/contrast of writing style and themes (novel vs. novel, and/or novel vs. short story), and much more. An introduction to the history of the novel and the Western canon is included. The three classic novels are "Moll Flanders," "Pride and Prejudice," and "The House of the Seven Gables." NOTE: This course can be used as part of a year-long junior or senior level high school class as well.