Choose three questions, one question per section: Short Story, Article, and Film.
Respond with a paragraph for each question of at least 200-300 words. Review the rubric here.
Use MLA (Modern Language Association) Format to compose the response.
The response should include:
a topic sentence with central idea
body paragraph support with quotation evidence (summarized, paraphrased, or exact quotes from the readings or film)
a concluding sentence
Take care with organization, word choice and sentence structure, grammar, spelling, a and punctuation.
Use third person point of view, and refer to the readings or film with present tense verbs.
Write out all contractions.
This assignment is due Thursday, July 9, 2020, 11:59 p.m.
Short Answer Section 1 – Stories – Response at least 200-300 words
– William Faulkner’s Barn Burning
– Alice Walker’s Everyday.
– Shirley Jackson’s The Lottery
Question – Pick One
1. William Faulkner’s Barn Burning is told from the view point of an unknown narrator and Sarty, Abner’s son. What does Sarty add to the story through his point-of-view? Explain? Use the story as your primary source.
2.How does Alice Walker utilize symbolism in her short story Everyday Use? Explain? Use the story as your primary source.
3.On a second read, where can the audience see foreshadowing in Shirley Jackson’s The Lottery. Explain? Use the story as your primary source.
Short Answer Section 2 – Articles – Response at least 200-300 words
-Brent Staples’ Black Men and Public Space
-Paul Tough’s Who Gets to Graduate?
Question – Pick One
1. How does Brent Staples use imagery in his article, Black Men and Public Space to bring it to life? Explain? Use the article as your primary source.
2. What can be learned from reading Paul Tough’s Who Gets to Graduate? Explain? Use the article as your primary source.
Short Answer Section 3 – Film – Response at least 200-300 words
Bong Joon-ho’s Parasite
Who are the parasites in Bong Joon-ho’s film Parasite? Explain? Use the film as your primary source
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