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LIT101 week 6

Since we have a wonderfully diverse group of students, I thought it would be interesting to discuss the use of accents and dialects in your own contexts.  Initial Response In your initial response, please respond to the following prompts Remind the class of your home country Discuss the different accents and dialects in your home country. How different, for example, are dialects across different regions? […]

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LIT101 week 6

Since we have a wonderfully diverse group of students, I thought it would be interesting to discuss the use of accents and dialects in your own contexts.  Initial Response In your initial response, please respond to the following prompts Remind the class of your home country Discuss the different accents and dialects in your home country. How different, for example, are dialects across different regions? […]

External link to LIT101 week 6

LIT101 week 6

Since we have a wonderfully diverse group of students, I thought it would be interesting to discuss the use of accents and dialects in your own contexts.  Initial Response In your initial response, please respond to the following prompts Remind the class of your home country Discuss the different accents and dialects in your home country. How different, for example, are dialects across different regions? […]

External link to LIT101 week 6

LIT101 week 6

Since we have a wonderfully diverse group of students, I thought it would be interesting to discuss the use of accents and dialects in your own contexts.  Initial Response In your initial response, please respond to the following prompts Remind the class of your home country Discuss the different accents and dialects in your home country. How different, for example, are dialects across different regions? […]

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Discussion 7

Question 2: Can you think of any examples of magical thinking from your own life? Question 3: How does magic differ from science? Do non-Western people have science? Question 4: Astrology in mainstream American culture is sometimes  labeled as entertainment (e.g., horoscopes are in the  entertainment section of the newspaper). However, many people take them  quite seriously. Are horoscopes and other forms of divination just […]

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Penn Literature Lesson 7 700181RR/Penn Literature Lesson 7 700181RR

   Question  Question 1  1. When reading a play, the reader has to imagine the  A. final outcome in the last section of the play. B. details of setting and characters’ appearance. C. style of language the playwright has chosen. D. lines of conversation between characters. Question 2  2. When humanism spread and affected literature, authors and dramatists began writing about  A. human psychology. B. […]

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Penn Literature Lesson 6 700180RR/Penn Literature Lesson 6 700180RR

   Question  Question 1  1. A story’s exterior narrative is the  A. inner thoughts and feelings of the writer. B. actions and events in the story. C. main subject of a piece of writing. D. comments about society and its institutions. Question 2  2. Which statement about nonfiction writing is accurate?  A. Nonfiction writers never use any type of figurative language. B. Nonfiction writers have […]

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Penn Literature Lesson 5 700179RR/Penn Literature Lesson 5 700179RR

   Question  Question 1  1. Hopkins’s use of “seared,” “bleared,” and “smeared” is an example of  A. simile. B. metaphor. C. assonance. D. alliteration. Question 2  2. Allusions are defined as  A. references to things, places, people, and events outside of the reading selection. B. verses that are written without end rhymes and without any kind of strict meter. C. types of figurative language that […]

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   Question  Question 1  1. The final two lines of Shakespeare’s “Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer’s Day?” promises the subject of his sonnet  A. immortality. B. undying devotion. C. unfading youth. D. an endless summer. Question 2  2. Similes and metaphors are both considered types of  A. musical terms. B. song lyrics. C. figurative language. D. epic poetry. Question 3  3. In “Shall […]

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