Unit One A Week One:The Search for Self—Sense of SelfLesson 1.2 What’s in a Face? Complete the following tasks; record your responses on this document; submit it via Blackboard. You will need more space to record your answers; keep typing and the space will expand. /60Before Comprehending and RespondingDo you care how others view you? Do you want to be regarded as a morally upright, honest person? Or do you focus on how you look? Do you feel shy about certain aspects of your appearance? Have you ever been mistaken for someone you are not? How does appearance influence identity? The idea of identity is expressed in many 1.A famous proverb says “You can’t judge a book by its cover,” yet most people do judge others at least partially on their appearance. Write a paragraph (five to eight sentences—including a topic sentence and a concluding sentence) explaining why you think appearances are or are not important. Provide details or examples from your experiences and knowledge. ( /7 marks)
In the story you will read, the author uses humour and irony to suggest a serious theme (a truth) about human nature.