Interlude - Does He Mean That
Chapter 11 -.More Than It's Gonna Hurt You: Concerning Violence
Present examples of the two kinds of violence found in literature. Show how the effects are
- The Holocaust is one because you see the depiction of tw
Passage from How to Tell A True War Story from The Things They Carried
Directions: Read the entire chapter first. Then, read and annotate the following passage using
commenting tools, highlighting, underlining, adding notes in parenthesis, etc. Look for t
I am a woman. I am expressing my identity through gender. I desire to state it
distinctly, because I like to do as I would be done by, when I can just as well as
not. I am upfront and expressing who I am because I expect others to to be
upfront and treat
1. Its saying that schools have grown from accepting money that is only
for sports to allow corporations to sponsor school buildings and other
facilities that are school friendly.
2. To evaluate the up and down side of corporate sponsorship and
Chapter 2 - Nice to Eat with You: Acts of Communion
Choose a meal from a literary work and apply the ideas of Chapter 2 to this literary depiction.
- To Kill a Mockingbird - Beginning of Chapter 3, A family meal with Walter Cunningham.
The meal with Walte
Read chapters 19-21 of How to Read Literature Like a Professor. Complete the activities for
each assigned chapter.
Chapter 19 - Geography Matters
Discuss at least four different aspects of a specific literary work that Foster would classify under
This is your last How to Read Literature Like a Professor assignment. Make it count!
Chapter 26 - Is He Serious? And Other Ironies
Select an ironic literary work and explain the multivocal nature of the irony in the work.
- The most interesting thing is l