Modern Western Literature Anny Lin. Getting Start  What kind of reader you are? Passive or Active reader  How could I become an active reader? A new.

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  • Modern Western Literature Anny Lin
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  • Getting Start What kind of reader you are? Passive or Active reader How could I become an active reader? A new attitude towards to comics Critical or criticize What did you know about the topic What do you expect to read What can you learn from the text What can you do to make it better
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  • How to take a good note and write a repot Previewing before the class Read the text / article / story out loud Catch the words that you don t understand Highlighting the sentence or key words Write down the key words of your thoughts Foot notes : according to, on p~
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  • Summary & outline What s the difference between a summary and an outline?
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  • Understanding the writing style Free writing Brainstorming Choose worlds Drafting Revising editing Guided writing Outline Summary Graphic organizers Adding details
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  • First step of Reading Literature Story Books Graphic Organizer
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  • Graphic Organizer The basic essay structure Introduction Body / main story Conclusion / ending Mind maps
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  • Historical presentation 1. Classical 2. Middle Ages 3. The Renaissance 4. The Enlightenment 5. Romanticism 6. The 19 th Century 7. WWI &WWII 8. The 20 th Century 9. The 21 st Country
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  • Historical presentation Background Development of literature Related people and masterpieces Related art works
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  • Rubric for Historical presentation 1. preparedness 2. Organize 3. Understanding the text 4. Voice and contact / interaction 5. Cooperation
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  • Short-short story 1. The Allegory of the Cave p728 2. The Yellow Wall Paper p329 3. A Rose for Emily p356 4. The Lesson p384 5. A & P p556 6. The Lottery p787 7. Araby p937 8. Everyday Use p966 9. A Good Man Is Hard to Find p1191 10. Happy Ending p1231
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  • Rubric for Short-Story 1.Preparedness 2.Understanding the text 3.Analysis of the rules, plot & reflection 4.Voice / tone / interesting 5.Cooperation
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  • Ways of presentation PPTs Live opera Posters and oral presentation Video Other creativities are welcome
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  • Rubric for SAGA Program 1.Text / content 2.Grammar 3.Plot 4.Style / tone 5.Creative / thoughtful / interesting
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  • Hand-made books 1.Text / content 2.Grammar 3.Structure 4.Plot 5.Creative / thoughtful / interesting
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  • What should be included in your Final Portfolio? 1. Syllabus 2. PPTs of historical presentations & notes 3. PPTs of short-stories & reflections 4. SAGA Program & personal thoughts 5. Individual Work I (mind-map, draft, book) 6. PPTs of poetry & notes 7. Individual Work II (mind-map, draft, book) 8. Reflection paper of the course