COMPONENT OF EAR
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the hearing thresholds and speech awareness / processing ability of an individual.
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A test that measures the function of the middle ear.
Tympanometry works by varying the pressure within the ear canal and
measuring the movement of the eardrum (tympanic membrane).
For example, if there is fluid, bone loss disorders
Component of ear
1. What are the three parts of ear?
A. Drum, cymbal and guitar
B. Middle ear, inner ear and outer ear
C. Inner ear, ear drum and middle ear
2. What is the function of inner ear?
A. Collect soundwaves
B. Transform sound waves into vibratio
Lecture 1: The Rise of English as a Discipline
Early Controversies & The Rise of the New Critics
1. The emergence of English as a university discipline
Until the late 19th century, the study of the classics preluded the
study of literature in the
Chapter 1 Notes from Doing English by Eaglestone
Where Did English Come From?
o English is an idea.
The Chinese Encyclopedia
o Subjects (disciplines)
o This absurd system makes us realize although our system seems logical &
natural, it too is made
Lecture 2: Close Reading James Joyces Araby
o Close Reading is central to all literary analysis today.
o New Critics gave us the study of English literature.
Todays Task: Close Reading Araby
o Practice avoiding what the New Critics would li
ICON Reading : Formalism
2 Formalists Movements of the early 19th century were:
1. Russian Formalism
2. American new Criticism
o Prior to these movements, the study of literary was concerned with
everything about literature, except for language.
o How lit
Lecture 4: The Tempest, Act II
Freytags Pyramid describes Act II of a typical 5 Act play as the Act of Ascent
in which the plays action intensifies as conflict develops
The Tempest, Scene I
o All the shipwrecked men except Alonsos son, Ferdinand.
Lecture6: The Tempest, Act V & Epilogue
o The Act of Catastrophe
o In considering Freytags Pyramid, conception of the final act in a typical 5
The change or revolution, which produces the conclusion.
Important catastrophic events
Unit II: Development of Critical Perspective & The Rise of Literary Theory
Lecture 3: The Tempest, Act I
Genre Focus: Drama
o The Tempest is a romance or an imaginative romance
Lecture 5: The Tempest Act III & IV
Analyzing structure of the play
Act III Act of Climax (culmination of the rising action)
o Scene I
Miranda & Ferdinand declare their love for each other.
Ferdinands soliloquy & the function of the scene