ELO - Modernism
Due Sunday, 4.30.17 @ 11:59 PM
*Receive up to 5 Points Earned Credit on your Modernism Unit Test!
(2) ELO Choices - "The Road Not Taken" (Poem), or "A Rose for Emily" (Short Story)
Choose (1) ELO - Write only (1) Main Point Paragraph for each assignment!
Rubric for Both ELOs - Write Main Point Paragraph #1, ONLY!
So...One More Time - You Will Only Write (1) Paragraph for These Assignments (Write Your 1st Main Point Paragraph) - Choose Only (1) Text
Choice #1 - Create a Discussion Post
- Write (1) main point paragraph
- Include 3+ partial quotes - use (3) different sets / lines / topics of quotes - all from different lines of Frost's poem
- Write a deep, thoughtful analysis of the metaphors and symbolism (only) used in this poem, using the "1-2-3 Rule" with partial quotes: Context - Evidence - Analysis
- Avoid "I think," "me," "you," etc.
- Use "The 1-2-3 Rule"
- Use MLA Format
- Use FORMAL WRITING ONLY
- Use "literary present tense"
Choice #2 - "A Rose for Emily," by William Faulkner - Mini Persuasive Essay
For this essay, you will analyze Faulkner's discussion of social class issues, and will use 5+ partial quotes from his text, WRITING ONLY YOUR FIRST MAIN POINT PARAGRAPH, using:
- Write (1) MAIN POINT PARAGRAPH ONLY
- The "1-2-3 Rule" with partial quotes - "Context - Evidence - Analysis" - see our News Items
- 5+ partial quotes from the text, in this one MAIN POINT PARAGRAPH
- Use MLA Format - see our Smore under News Items
- Use FORMAL WRITING ONLY - avoid pronouns such as "I, me, my, you, we, etc.," and avoid all slang / colloquialisms
- Use "literary present tense" - see our Smore under News Items
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