WWI Unit Essay

All quiet on the western front wheen remarque all

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Unformatted text preview: w York: Scribner, 2003. Stories Remarque, Erich Maria. All Quiet on the Western Front. Wheen, Remarque, All Wheen, A.W. (Transl). New York: Random House, 1982. A.W. Rubric terms Rubric Skim the rubric for this lesson Review the following terms: Sophisticated/Insightful: cultivated, refined, Sophisticated/Insightful: complicated or complex, perceptive complicated Adequate: as much or as good as necessary for some Adequate: requirement or purpose; sufficient, suitable, or fit. requirement Limited: attempts are made and apparent, but fall Limited: short of expectations; lacking originality or scope; narrow, restricted narrow, Rubric Term continued… Rubric Confuse: the meaning is lost when the reader is Confuse: confused. The reader is unable to understand the word/sentence/idea. word/sentence/idea. Interfere: Here, readers are still able to understand the Interfere: basic meaning, but are required to stop, go back and reread the word/sentence/idea once or several times in order to understand the meaning. order Authority: the writer uses a persuasive force; shows Authority: mastery in the understanding of and the presentation of ideas. of Enhance: to raise to a higher degree; intensify; Enhance: magnify magnify...
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