Dear Sir Madam: This Unit Assignment #4 consists of three (3) Lessons. Lesson#10, 11, and 12 You…

Dear Sir Madam: This Unit Assignment #4 consists of three (3) Lessons. Lesson#10, 11, and 12 You…

Dear Sir Madam:

This Unit Assignment #4 consists of three (3) Lessons. Lesson#10, 11, and 12

You will find in this document the Lecture Notes (which will be used to answer the questions, and can be used as reference) as well the Questions, also called (Outcomes, Readings, and Assessments) that needs to be answered for each lesson

Please know that I have highlighted the mandatory part of the assignment with yellow color

See attach file for details regarding the assignment

Outcomes Lesson#10

In this lesson, you will:

Answer a series of questions about point of view, relative to the poetry selected for this lesson.

Write an essay in which you examine how the speaker and the auditor are presented in Robert Frost’s poem “Home Burial.”

Assessments

1. Short Answer Questions for Lesson#10

In general, unless otherwise stated, answers consisting of 5-10 complete, well-written sentences will suffice.Use MLA-formatted quotations to support your remarks.

1 Which passage in the poem reveals the Duke’s arrogance? Discuss how this particular characteristic is presented.

2 What did the Duke’s wife often do that he found intolerable? Is it something that most husbands would judge similarly?

3 What do you find sinister about lines 45-46? What effect do these lines have when considered in relation to lines 52-53?

4 What is revealed about the Duke’s character as he passes casually from one art object (his wife’s portrait) to another (the bronze statue of Neptune)?

2. Essay Writing Assignment

In an essay that’sat least 5 paragraphs in length (with a catchy title),discuss Robert Frost’s poem “Home Burial.” Examine how the speaker and the auditor are presented, using lines from the poem to support your remarks. A rubric for the essay, blank and model planning sheets, and a sample essay can be found in the Appendices module. Use MLA-formatted quotations to support your remarks.

Outcomes for Lesson#11

In this lesson, you will:

Identify and interpret information from the text by answering a series of questions about point of view, theme, and tone.

Readings

Lecture Notes Lesson#11 (See Below)

Dover Beach by Matthew Arnold (1867)

Assessments

1. Short Answer Questions for Lesson#11

In general, unless otherwise stated, answers consisting of 5-10 complete, well-written sentences will suffice. Use MLA-formatted quotations to support your remarks.

1. How soon are we aware of someone else’s presence in “Dover Beach,” and how much are we told about him or her?

2. How would you describe the speaker’s mood, and what does this have to do with the poem’s temporal and geographical settings?

3. Which details seem especially important to the theme?

2. Blackout Poetry

For this assignment, you’ll need to photocopy, or rip out, several pages from a book, magazine, or newspaper. You’ll also need a permanent marker, to black out words. To begin, pick one of the pages you’ve photocopied (or ripped out), and look at the first sentence. Don’t think too much about this; just pick a word or group of words you like, and black out the others. Repeat this process for each of the subsequent lines until a poem emerges. Once you’ve created five poems, choose the three you like best, photograph them, and include them with your unit submission. To see some really wonderful examples of blackout poetry, please visit Words of Others.

Outcomes for Lesson#12

In this lesson, you will:

Identify and interpret information from the text by answering a series of questions about point of view and visual imagery.

Apply the figures of speech (refer to the document located in the Appendices module) to Eliot’s poem by completing a fill-in-the-blank quiz.

Readings

Lecture Notes Lesson#12 (See Below)

The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock by T. S. Eliot (1915)

Assessments

1. PowerPoint

Create a PowerPoint presentation in which you answer the following questions:

1. Who is J. Alfred Prufrock? What’s he like?

2. To whom is Prufrock speaking? How can you tell?

3. Are there other characters present in Eliot’s poem? Who? What are Prufrock’s perceptions of them?

4. Are any of these other characters important to the narrative? Why, or why not?

5. identify and examine five images from the poem, the visual impressions they produce, and what each indirectly communicates.

The use of MLA-formatted quotations is required, as is the incorporation of images that support your content.

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