GOALS The purpose of this assignment is to give you the chance to demonstrate the language analysis skills that we have been practicing all semester. This assignment is intended to help you develop a deeper understanding not only of how language can construct different kinds of meanings, but also of how literature can reflect a variety of usages, ideologies, cultures, time periods, and locations that may be similar to or different from your own. using ivermectin injectable for rosacea
TASKS This assignment is divided into two main parts, each part worth up to 100 pts (for a total of 200 available points). The first part is to select four works of literature and annotate a minimum of 20 language aspects in them (see directions for PART 1 below). The second part is to answer five questions about each of your four selected literary works (see directions for PART 2 below). preço revectina 6mg
PART 1: ANNOTATIONS (up to 100 points) Choose one poem, one song lyric, one short story, and one fairy tale—these cannot be any text that we have used at any point in this course. You will earn one point two points for each of your 10 complete annotations(for up to 20 points per text). A complete annotation is as follows: you must clearly
NUMBER each part 1-20
MARK which part of the text you are marking
LABEL each part (metaphor, oppositional binary, rhyme pattern, etc.)
EXPLAIN the meaning of each part marked
Obviously, 4 texts X 20 points each = 80 possible points. You will receive the other 20 points if you follow all directions, including submitting the work (in the Major Project dropbox AND in hard copy) before 11:59pm on Fri, Nov 30. In other words, you are being given 20 points simply for following directions. Please understand: this is the ONLY way to earn these remaining 20 points, and they are an all-or-nothing criterion. Because 20 points = 10% of your grade (a letter grade), then turning this assignment in late means that it will be lowered a latter grade (20 points) for every day it is late. For example, if your work is five days late, you will have already lost half of the points. I am an understanding teacher, to be sure, but I am giving you over four weeks to complete this work. The trade-off is that it is more than fair for me to expect you to get your work in on time.
PART 2: WRITTEN RESPONSES TO ANALYSIS QUESTIONS (up to 100 points) Once you have collected and annotated your 4 chosen texts, write (at least) one well-developed paragraph that responds to each of the following 5 questions for each of your 4 selected texts. In other words, this should add up to a minimum of 20 paragraphs. While this might seem like a lot of writing, it is actually information that can be worked on a little bit at a time. Plus, you are being given over 5 WEEKS to complete this work. nissei ivermectina
How is color used in the text?
How is emotion used in the text?
How is figurative language used in the text?
How are patterns used in the text?
How are oppositional binaries used in the text?
In each case, include (at least) two examples per question. Remember that these need to be well-developed paragraphs; this means that you will need to pay attention to your writing so that you can be as clear as possible, incorporate the language-analysis terminology that we have been studying all semester, and explain the meaning of EVERY SINGLE ELEMENT that you are discussing. NOTE: if your particular text does not include, say, ANY references to color, then simply explain this. However, it is usually possible to identify colors even when they are not named outright. Remember that being able to read closely to find meanings that are not so obvious is part of the point of this course.
FINAL THOUGHTS While I will provide models in class (and on eLearn) that will show you how to format your information, you will basically have two options:
annotate your texts by hand on hard copies and turn in BOTH the scans/digital photos (on eLearn)and hard copies (to me) of the annotations
annotate your texts in a digital document (Word, pdf) and turn in BOTH the digital documents (on eLearn) and printed copies (to me)
Please note that in both options, regardless of whether you choose to annotate your literary texts by hand or in a digital document (for PART 1) in either Word or pdf, your answers to the five questions (for PART II) MUST be turned in as a Word document.