PROTO ( first or earliest)- INDO-EUROPEAN PROTO ( first or earliest)The first or earliest language of the Indo-European people. Language families share cognates.
Cognates: related in origin the first ten numbers; monosyllables which pertain
PART IV VICTORS NARRATIVE CHAPTERS 7-10
1. Relate the circumstances of Alfonso Frankensteins letter to Victor Frankenstein. Why does he
use the term cruel kindness?
2. Why does Elizabeth claim she had murdered my darling child?
3. Note Victors s
SEMINAR ON SHELLEYS FRANKENSTEIN
PURPOSE: To integrate the many levels of texts and subtexts at work in Mary Shelleys Frankenstein,
we will complete the four activities outlined here. These activities are designed to move us from
THE THEME OF COMPARISON-CONTRAST
The comparison theme may be used to compare and contrast different authors, two or more works by the
same author, different drafts of the same work, or characters, incidents, and ideas within the same work
or different wor
Lesson Before Dying Period 5
Topic: The Role of Women CS & NS
Thesis: Despite the fact that women did not
assume any main character in this novel,
they play a significant role in stabilizing and
forcing change upon the community.
Point 1: Vivian stabilize
Lesson Before Dying period 6
Topic: The role of women JF & JT
Thesis: Despite the fact that the women in
the novel are supporting characters, they are
the primary roles for change. These traits
express their strengths, weaknesses, and
English 2A- _
Place: What do we learn about place?
Time: What do we learn about the time period? What clues do you see?
What characters appear? What do they look like?
What history is revealed? What
DON QUIXOTE BY CERVANTES
GENERAL DIRECTIVE: Write a multi-paragraph essay on the reading and class study of
Cervantes Don Quixote. This essay is a product of the stages of the writing process, f
Unit Plan on Neoclassic Literature
Major Works Included in the Unit
Alexander Popes Essay on Man
Jonathan Swifts Gullivers Travels and A Modest Proposal
To accompany Voltaires Candi
NAME:_ PERIOD:_ DATE:_
ANALYTICAL COMMENTARY ON SWIFTS GULLIVERS TRAVELS
GENERAL DIRECTIONS: The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate your knowledge and understanding on
how to read and appreciate the satire of Swifts Gullivers Travels. To
Rhetorical Analysis of Popes Essay on Man
GENERAL DIRECTIONS: First, read the Invocation lines 1-34 and answer the questions
1,2,&3 Part IV of the worksheet. Then, before answering question 4 parts a,b,&c of Part IV,