An article on the popular American literature syllabi website, syllabam.com, reveals that American students like reading about the US and its history.
The site, which has about 30 million unique visitors a month, has an interactive version of the syllabus.
Students are given the option to choose a topic, such as history, science, or literature, and then click a button to begin reading the book or movie.
Students are also shown the movie titles and can skip ahead to any particular scene or character.
A study by the University of California-Los Angeles, published in the journal Communication Research, found that students like the American culture and culture of the US more than any other country in the world.
Students in China, the United Kingdom, and the US were more likely to want to study history than the US, the report found.
In terms of popular films, the most popular movies for American students were The Wolf of Wall Street (2009), American Hustle (2010), and The Big Short (2013).
The syllabus, on the other hand, is more of a literary guide.
Students who choose to read the American literature are presented with the works of Charles Dickens, John Steinbeck, William Faulkner, Ernest Hemingway, and Robert Frost.
While it’s hard to compare the syllabi on the site with those offered in the US-specific schools, American students in general seem to be interested in reading and listening to American literature, the article states.
What’s interesting about the syllab is that it’s a combination of two popular sources of information: the American Historical Association’s (AHA) books and films, and textbooks, which are both published in English.
The syllabus is also updated daily, with new films, books, and books by popular authors.
The AHA is one of the most prestigious scholarly organizations in the United States, with its headquarters in Washington, DC.
Students at the AHA receive $100,000 in financial aid each year, and a full scholarship for students to attend university.