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Unformatted text preview: Student Dashboard myEiIe-Ikboarti Resources JFL LiiJrE..-_;I"Iu m, . n...“ 1.“.- —.-p —.-—.-.—..- — his-u Course Content Assignments Review Test Submission: Test.3 Survey End of Course Survey - DIM has been made available to this course. Only one submission will he accepted per respondent. ' Survey End of Course Survey - LUD - NEW has been made available to this course. Only one submission will be accepted per respondent. “false Survey Review Test Submission: Test 3 User Course 201 see Spring 201's ENGL ice-ears Luo Test Test 3 -- I I Started an an a 3:49 PM Submitted sharia ions PM Due Date soon a 11:59 PM Status Completed Attempt Score 64 out of Ho points Time Elapsed 1 hour. 3D minutes out of 1 hour and 3D minutes instructions or Time limit: 1 hour and 3!} minutes - 512i multiple-choice. truerfalse, matching and reading comprehension questions - Dpen-boolo’openvnotes . Do not hit the BACK button as this will lock you out of the test. - The timer will continue if you leave this test without submitting it. - Please use the following passage to answer the first 5 questions: Reading Comprehension Question from the play Everyman {lines 2239], GOD: I perceive here in my majesty, How that all the creatures be to me unkind. Living without dread in worldly prosperity: [if ghostly sight the people be so blind, Drowned in sin, they know me not for their God; in worldly riches is ali their mind. They fear not my righteousness. the sharp rod. iv'ly law thatl showed, when lfoi' them died. They forget clean, and shedding of my blood red; I hanged between two, it cannot be denied; To get them life I suffered to be dead; I healed their feet, with thorns hurt was my head. Icould do no more than I did, truiy: And now I see the people do clean forsake me. They use the seven deadly sins damnable, As pride, covetise, wrath, and lechery Now in the world be made commendable; And thus they ieave of angels the heavenly company. Every man Eiveth so after his own pleasure, And yet of their iife they be nothing sure: I see the more that l them forbear The worse they be from year to year. I hoped well that every man In my glory should make his mansion, And thereto i had them all elect; But now | see, like traitors deject, They thank me not for the pleasure that i to them meant. Nor yet for their being that ithem have lent: I proffered the people great multitude of mercy, And few there he that asketh it heartily; They be so cumbered with worldly riches That needs on them I must do justice, On every man living without fear. 1ir'ii'here art thou, Death, thou mighty messenger? [Enter Death] DEATH: Aimighty God, I am here at your will, Your commandment to fulfill. EDD: Go thou to Everyman, And show him, in my name, A pilgrimage he must take And that he bring with him a sure reckoning DEATH: Lord. I will in the world go run overall, And cruelly outsearth both greater-d small: Everyman will I beset that liveth beastly Out of Eoti's laws. and dreadeth not folly. He that loveth riches i will strike with my dart. His sight to blind, and from heaven to departm- Except that aims be his good friend-- In hell for to dwell, world without end. Results Submitted Answers. Feedback Displayed Question 1 1.5 out of 1 .5 points In centext. the excerpt depiots Everyman as SEIEEtEd Answer: setular and obtivious of the consequences of evil. Question 2 1.5 out of1.5 paints Why does Death use the word cruelly? Seiectetl Answer: From the human perspective, death can be cruel. Question 3 5 out oil .5 pDIfitS “flu-uh of the folLe-wing best sume:;zes God's admon'.tJ.oe? SEIEdEd ANSWEFI Woe,- 1o you of thtle faiflt! Question 4 1.5 out of HE points :hcosg one Hard, that best describes how SUD feels about those about whom lie speaks. Selected Answer: Unsppteoiativs Question 5 1.5 out aft .5 ooints Io context, the phrase “Everyman ll'J'Eth. beastly" means that Selected mswer‘. Everyman L5 “flawed. Question 5 1.5 out of 1 .5 puine Eeegenan ls an extent English medlevel mecallty Flex, Selected Answer: True Question 3' 1.5 out of 1.6 paints The scene Iekenel building was three stories teli heueihc EqULPHEHt end werdtebe en fleere ene and two and ueleg the telrd flee: he portray the neevene. Selected Answer: False Question 3 1.5 out uf1.5 palms Sephee_e5' hereee develop into heaters of :heir fete. Selected Answer: Frau :1 Question 9 1.6 out of 1 .6 points fine of Scphcclee' contributions was the 1DC1E5LDD ef female eaters. Selected Answe r: False Question 111 1.6 out of1.6 points In order to enumeraqe reel_em all eetlen in Greek theater had to occur Hlthin the events cf cfle day. Selected AnsWer. True Question 11 [1 out of 1 .6 points The use of tag Greek Chorus :1: divide content is unlike modern theater where the :lluieione occur via the use of ee;arete acts. Selected Answer: False Question 12 1.6 out oftfi points 12111.51". 15 out one oi the 1"!!er Unitnes? Selected Answe r: the riot er Question 13 1.5 out of1.6 points Pheibuefnpellu 13 :he god of Selected Answer: Light or w] Question 14 u out 01'1 .6 pointS :he _-nt,rocluet1on to firemen says that. the play "is in the manner 2:1: a _ piety." Selected Answer: more 1 i1: 3' Question 15 1.6 out of 1.6 points Confession gives Every-teen a Selected Anewen EC CUIg‘E‘ Question 15 1.6 out of 1 .6 points Which is not true oi mlxaole FILM-'3? SElEflEd AHEWEC Egrxbrcmed from three-storey Pageant “equale- Question 1? 1.6 out of1.E points Arsetotle. the Greek :ritlc, said that a treat: hexe should be a nebLenon. SeEected An swer: True Question 18 1.6 out of 1 .6 poims Geode states 1r, :hg 1:11.55: Every-man: “61111:: eallctn me? Everjmen? What least then hast! I _J'.e here in corners, trueeed and page 53 '31th -" End m EhESt I an: lflCkr—“d ED faE-tr -' his: sacked in sags, tom; gays: see with tinne eye, .r I eennet stir: in packs low ”I 119. .F Eli-131; wuuLd ye have, lightly mg day." In cunt-ext. thLo best setlnees Selected ANSWER Materialisaic cievctien be gathering goo-:15 QUESfiQI‘I 19 1.6 out eflfipeirfl’s According to Every-mar... there are _ sacraments. Selected Answer". 5mm Question 2D 1.6 outef1.fi points MiracJe pLaj-fa. became ehoclete largely from the :e-emerqenee cf Roman models of drama. Se1ect ed MSW-fer: True Question 21 1.6 out of 1.6 points In Gteek theater, actors dressed behind a circular certain. Selected An swer: False Question 22 1.6 out of1.6 poims Greek ant1—vLoLgnt Laterary' emvenzien d'.v:1:a‘.'.e-:| that Dedqgnee cculd ee‘t return :0 the stage since he '33:! plucked hia-r eyes out. Selected Answer: F3159 Question 23 1.6 out ef1fi paints EdccEs states in the play Ever-men: “Wm ceiietn she? Everyman? What heat thou hast' a’ I lie here in corners. txussed and psled se High, 5 and in caest I am _DCEEd Ea fafit. Else sacked en bags, thee mayst see filth tnnee eye. I I cannot star; in packs low I 1L3. I What would ye have, lightly me see.” Horde and phrases such as “trusses," “tacked," “sacked in bags;” and “cannot stir” aieude to semeene who Ls Selected Answer: A miser Question 24 1.5 out of 1 .5 points The Greex plae began sets the parades. Selected Ansel-fer: False Questifln 25 1.6 out of ”I .5 points 'QLen Queeritis" includes an eschenqe between Hesy “mesh and Jesus. Selected Answer: False Questiun 25 1.5 out of 1.5 paints Hesstylus was a student ofi Sutheclzs. Selected Answe r: False QUEStiflfl 2? l .6 But of 1 .6 paints Sophocles served fishens as an elected general _H the army. Selected Answer: True Questiun 25 0 out of 1 .e pDInts Richard Caxten ptlnted Bfiflmflflfin English in the ear;y Léfifl'e. Selected Answer: True Questinn 29 1.5 out of 1.5 points Modern drama grew nu: of tne l;tu:gical drama cf the mad-evas church. Selected Answe r: True Question 3D 1.6 out of 1.6 points Gozda atatas 1n the Pie? Everyman; “Eh; eaileth me? five:yman? What has: the: haet' I I lie here 1n cannerg, tlussgd and piled 5; nigh; f and in cheat I am locked so fast, Also sacked -n eager taut mags: see lth thane eye. 5 T cannot stir; in packs low I lie. I Hhat would 39 have, Lightly me say.” Words and phrases such as “I 12e.” “trussedl” “l:cked;* and “saute: stLr” alluie :0 th: trLth of the pepclar adage that Selected Answer “yen :an'e take at :weaith_ tht you Iwhen you dLEE” Question 31 1.6 Dth ef1.fi points fiha cannot accampany Everyman because fit a creme 1E hifi tee? Selected Answer: Cousin Question 32 1.6 out ef1.6 points The area for acting in tne Creek theater was s __ _______ __ behind the urehescra circLE. Selected Answer: $.1ng Questiun 33 1.5 out ef‘rfipelnrj MieaeLn plays fieuxishefi until late LE the :entuxy. Selected Answe r: 1 5th Question 34 :3 out of1.6 points fletwnon ends with this lfijUnCtLDfi: And he that. hath accounr whole and sooner, High in heme-:3 he shall be creamed- Unto which piece Guo‘ bring us all Writer: m we may like beer}- and soul together There to help Trinig-t" Amen. soyyejor soint_. Selected AnSWE r: hope Question 35 1.5 out of 1.6 points Sophocles' fledmuSREIbggena 1n medlee res. with eellLer evente :oLd later. Selected Answer. True Question 36 1.6 out of ‘I .6 points the end of a Greek play -5 :elled Exudns. Selected Answer: True QUES‘tiF-m 37' 1.6 out ef1.fi points Pieietratue was :hg fixgt pout known to 1n5ert encroi works between Verses. Selected Any-Her". False Question 33 I: out of 1 .5 points leecnyiue intrsduzee a second cherasze: to tflfi performances. Selected Answer: False Question 39 13 out ef1.fi points Teiteeiae teLLe Oedipus that he (Dedlpuei will :e “A tLJHd menfe pennllese men. whefwiil g; tapping the dtrange eeltt with his eteff.” Selected AnsWer; FaISe Question 40 {I out of 1 .E paints Everyman states in the §_ey Everyman: “B that is a Gimplw ad94ee indeed' f Eentle fellow. help me LU my hgegssgty; f We have Levee lenq, and new i need, I And eGW. gent—e Eel—ewship. xemcmbet me." Thie excerpt Stgqeets that Everyman and Fellewehlp heve been frxeeie fax a Lena time. They have “Leved Long." FEL;DHShLPJE utw;1lingnees te he;p er tarry With Everyman 10 file thg nfi need t“nnceeeity”l is unexpected and d;eeppe_nttng. Thte 15 an example cf Selected Answer: mm. 3f m3 Question 41 1.6 out of HE points In the ;_ag Oedipus the Cherue say: “Alas the seed of met-5m! That txeethe en vn;d and ere veid I And exist and do not exist?”“ In ueatextr whet dc lines 3-3 - “That breathe en void and are weld I And extet and dc tat expat?”—meen7 Selected Answer: Lit-E is short Question 42 1.6 out of 1 .6 points In Greek theater. alL reiee were perfermed b3 $3-25. Selected Answer: True Questiun 43 1.5 out of 1 .6 points The play. UEmWUSREL ends w;th a speech my that ;::_udee the _Lnes: I‘E_.et every man in mankind's iraiitnyonsider his Last day': and let nemeIEIEELme on his quad fortune until he t_ndIL¢fe. at h;e death. a remar? #LtflflLt den.“ Selected finswe r: Cheregoe Ethereal Question 44 U out of 1 .6 points Foreghadou_ng LE olJee communicated by toe p_ayir¢ght to indicett flew the evtifin 0f a play Jo's Eff-.119 :e dew-allot. Sefected An swer: Faise Question 45 1.5 out of1.E- points with the fiBCLine and fell :f Rome, drama - eltner as at _netttut1cn :r a Aéteratuto - ceased to ex;$t. Selected Answe r‘. True Question 45 1.5 out of 1.5 points Uthelie has a jeeLoue nature. Se1ected An5wer: True Question 4? 1.5 out of 1 .5 points The play Cedipus opens thn :he foi;¢w-ng speech by Uedipue: “My onildren. generettons 3f L_ving x In the an3 9f Eedflte. ntxaed at th anzient hearth: 5 fit} have you attewr yoe:53;f befcxe these alters ; In eupulioetion. with you: bouqss and qa:.ande? f The breath of nneenee rises from the :_t3 3 with a sound of Pte?=r end lemen:eteon_" What -8 Oed_pue' attitude and tone Po h-e ep¢$:h? Selected Answer: Concerned Question 48 e nut ef1.fi points Te1_95Lae tells Oedipus that tee Letter 15 the cf the :UEfiIrw. Selected Answer: afflmtad Question 49 1.6 out ef1.|5 points Gedmusflex dis:inqui5hes etselr frcm the tpreal claeeLcai plat by EhDWLng new a ma: mighe rage: in tee werat bf e;£:em5:ance5. Selected Answer: True Question 513 1.5 out uf1.6 points Oedipus and :15 Hzfe. Jekesta. have four ctLLdren tagether. Setected Answer: True Friday. 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