November 29, 2010
Bauerlein, Mark. The Dumbest Generation: How the Digital Age Stupefies Young Americans
Jeopardizes Our Future. New York: The Penguin Group, 2008. 134-161. Print.
4.09 Understanding Satire Worksheet
Part A: Twain and McCullough
Provide supporting evidence from the texts to support your responses to these
questions. All answers should be in the form of complete sentences.
1. What is the issue Twain is satirizing?
Preparing Your Argument Graphic Organizer
My topic will be about Isis and weather or not we should let Muslim immigrants
and Muslim U.S. citizens remain in this country. My audience will be
I found my
This article is about movies having strong female characters that are
more realistic and like real women of this century. With provocative
behavior and language, these female characters are causing people
to notice woman as comedians now. One of the lates
Module 1.00 and 1.01
Answer the questions as you read through the module. This will help you to
take notes that you may use during DBAs and Exams.
1.00 Citizenship Introduction
a. What are laws?
Laws are rules established by government or other sources o
Shrinking Paragraph Template
The Shrinking Paragraph: A Summarization Strategy
What is a summary and what does it mean to summarize?
1. Summarizing is how we take larger selections of text and reduce
them to the bare essentials.
2. Summarizing means inclu
Manipulating Meaning Worksheet
Part A: Twains Family Tree
Use all the skills you have learned throughout this course to complete a close
reading of the description youve chosen. Use context clues to make sense of
things that are not clear at first. Pay at
3.09 No Love Lost
Read Fletcher and Ollie McGee's epitaphs from Spoon River
Anthology and read "The Story of an Hour." Respond to the following
questions using evidence from the texts to support your answers.
Spoon River Anthology
Part 1: Lab Worksheet (12 points)
Give three examples, from the lab, where potential energy was
converted to kinetic energy. (6 points)
Three examples of potential energy being converted into kinetic
energy are the red ball before it was hit and after
Political Cartoon Map
Part 1: Select one image and write at least three observations to support each
decoding category. Write your observations in complete sentences, using proper
spelling, grammar, capitalization, and punctuation.
Indicate Your Selection
Shingo J. Ujiie
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An Hour of Victorian Irony
Can you feel the irony of being married to someone you dont love? In the Victorian Era
arranged marriages were common as wearing a corset in that time period. Most of the time
Tolerance and Diversity in Film
It can be argued that though films can promote tolerance and diversity, they can just as
easily promote racism. For instance, the landmark 1915 film The Birth of a Nation was blatantly
racist and was rather controversial, e
September 16, 2010
The Banking Concept vs. Problem Posing
In Paulo Freires Pedagogy of the Oppressed, it is argued that there are two prominent
forms of forming the student-teacher relationship. The banking concept compares the student
Culture Through Schindlers List
Another film that greatly changed American cinema and reminded America of another
culture was Steven Spielbergs Schindlers List (1993). Inspired by a true story, the film follows
the heroic actions Oskar Schindler who lived
October 24, 2010
Will It Be a Critical Crowd or an Admiring Audience?
A tall, large black woman folds her hands in her lap and sits primly on a chair to face a
sea of white. She opens her mouth to speak and the worlds flow s
November 20, 2010
The Ever-Evolving American Cinema: Cultures Mirror
Diversity penetrates every aspect of American culture, even cinema. Films allow
outsiders to see into worlds they would not otherwise observe. It allows them
December 5, 2010
Narcissism in America: A False Impression
Americas youth seems to be obsessed with themselves. In every generation, the
adolescents are scorned for their narcissistic behavior. Each believes that the most im
December 5, 2010
Native Speaker Discussion Questions Part THREE
1. What kinds of stereotypes are mentioned in the book? Does Henry fit into any of these
stereotypes? Why or why not? Where do these stereotypes come from?
November 14, 2010
Native Speaker Discussion Questions
Leliass list says more about Lelia because it shows how she views the world and how she
thinks of her own husband, who she has known for many years. Her lines expose her
Religion and Sojourner Truth
Religion played a large part of Truths society and the religious allusions in her piece
transcend categories as both logical as well as emotional appeals. Truth asks and answers her
own question: Where did your Christ come fro