How do you feel about the reading demands of the course? What are some important tips
for managing the rigorous amount of reading it requires?
Answer: It is definitely demanding; yet, as long as I keep up with the coursework,
I will surely manage it. Alth
Vocab list #1
1. Assertion: His assertion that he had perfect pitch was refuted (antonym) when he sang
practically tone deaf.
2. Clarity: The clarity of the mountainous view was enhanced as we climbed away from the
1. Haughty: The prima donna had a haughty attitude, but her peers justified her cockiness
(synonym) because of her genuine talent.
2. Patronizing: A patronizing tone was inexcusable in a class where the focus was to be
uplifting (antonym), not condescendi
On the first passage I answered 6/10 questions correct. The first question I
got wrong was question #34, followed by #37, 38, and 41. These types of questions
were mainly pertaining to what the speaker was trying to get across to the reader.
They were bla
Aberrations- a departure from what is normal, usual, or expected,
typically one that is unwelcome.
All the students felt that the exam had an aberration pertaining to the
Admonitions- an act or action of admonishing; authoritative counsel
a. I finished all of it in 15 minutes. First I thoroughly read
the passage, then I skimmed through it and remembered
the order of the story, this helped me greatly with the
questions that pertained to certain lines. I will do the
same thing on my next pra
Part A: Characters
Janie is the main character and is portrayed as really strong and
independent, this is more so reinforced towards the end of the Main character
book. She grows a lot throughout thi
Where were you born?
Zora Neale Hurston: Well I was born in Eatonville, Florida. Eatonville was an
all black town and was one of the first communities that was all black people
only, no whites.
What are the relations in your family?
Zora Neale H
Report: our high schools may not adequately prepare dropouts for
1. This article shames the public school system through expressing the idea
that our students dont have what it takes to be deadbeats. Fundamentally,
this is a strike against th
1. The Onion uses a satirical tone to draw attention to the power of
advertisement in this industry. There is some sly humor throughout the
article that imitates the exaggerated diction advertisers use in real life. The
article goes as far as to make up i
Both these articles are pointless because they use the word
stereotype right off the bat. The fact that theyre focusing on more
political matters really is counter-productive to the actual matter at
hand. Wilson criticizes these peoples movements and the