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Introduction to American Literature
Instructional Objectives for this activity:
Please review the American Literature Study Guide (also in Doc Sharing) to help you with this assignment.
Important note: In individual work, express your own ideas and do not use outside sources. Using outside sources can lower your scores, and often they can lead to plagiarism.
Hawthorne has a style of writing that can be difficult for some students, and his stories often contain numerous references to the history, scenery, important figures, and prominent ideals of a specific area.
Important: Your paper must have a well developed introduction, body, and conclusion.
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Instructional Objectives for this activity: •Develop personal insights when reading literary works. •Discuss the literary techniques of narration, theme, tone, style, setting, and imagery. …
Navigate to Doc Sharing and download the American Literature Study Guide to help you with this assignment.
Important note: In individual work, express your own ideas and do not use outside sources. …
Graded Activity: Individual Work (85 points) Instructional Objectives for this activity: •Discuss works written by major twentieth century authors. •Employ the ten-step method for poetry …
- After reading the story, select two passages that interest or inspire you.
- Write an essay of 250 words (one page, double-spaced) in response to Hawthorne's story, "Young Goodman Brown."