american history Phillis Wheatley slavery Anne Bradstreet life The celebrated jumping frog Calaveras County The Masque red death

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* Each question just needs about two paragraphs* * topics are related to american history*

question 1:Choose two of the woman authors from this semester.

Your choices are: Phillis Wheatley, Anne Bradstreet, Emily Dickinson, Sarah Orne Jewett, and Kate Chopin.
In two ACES responses, how does each of the authors present us a picture of what life was like for women during the time in which they lived?


question 2: Choose TWO of the stories or poems from this semester. In two paragraphs, explain how each of the selections you choose reflect something that is uniquely American.

Must know two of theses authors writing: mark twain's, Thomas Jefferson, charles waddell chestnuts, Edgar Allan Poe, olaudah equiano, William Bradstreet,

stories to pick from:

1.The celebrated jumping frog of calaveras county by mark twain

2.Experts from William Bradford’s journal “of Plymouth plantation” by William Bradford

3.Equiano’s autobiography by Equiano

4.Common sense by Thomas Paine

5.Declaration of Independence by Thomas jefferson

6.The Masque of the red death by Edgar Allan Poe

7.The wife of his youth by Charles W.C Hesnutt

http://www.let.rug.nl/usa/outlines/literature-1991... can use that link to help you


How to write the short answer questions: ACES

A = Answer the question with the topic sentence (Main Idea)

C = Cite text evidence with a specific detail (facts, examples, quotes, etc.)

E = Explain the evidence (your analysis, explanation, and connection between the text and the answer statement)

S
= Summary sentence (restate the main idea, take-away point)

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English 3A Semester Exam Essays (16pts each) IMPORTANT NOTE: The essays on the final exam have been modified! Please respond to the prompts below and post your answers in the appropriate textbox on the exam. # 44 Brainstorming ideas: Choose two of the woman authors from this semester. Your choices are: Phillis Wheatley, Anne Bradstreet, Emily Dickinson, Sarah Orne Jewett, and Kate Chopin. In two ACES responses, use examples from the stories we read this semester to explain how each of the authors presents us a picture of what life was like for women during the time in which they lived. • • • • THINK: Phillis Wheatley was taken from Africa and sold as a slave. What do her poems reveal about how she felt about life in America? Anne Bradstreet’s poetry was mainly about her family and her faith. What do her poems tell us about women during her time? How was she different from other women at that time (or, how does some of her writing reflect what was likely a hope for many women of her time)? How does Sarah Orne Jewett’s writing reflect the life of many women in New England at that time? What does Kate Chopin’s writing tell us about the hopes, dreams, and struggles of middleclass women during her time period? Author’s Name What was life like for women during her time? How do I know? Text evidence (quote w/ page #) Identify for your chosen authors Suggested Outline: I. Introduction: --General statement that mentions your chosen authors and how their lives are reflected in their works. II. Author #1 A: Statement about life during her time and title of the piece that shows this. C: Quote from story/poem E: Explain how the quote shows this. S: Summarize and/or rephrase answer statement III. Author #2 A: Statement about life during her time and title of the piece that shows this. C: Quote from story/poem E: Explain how the quote shows this. S: Summarize and/or rephrase answer statement V. Conclusion --Draw a universal conclusion about these women and how life is reflected in their literature. #45 Brainstorming ideas: Choose TWO of the stories or poems from this semester. In two ACES paragraphs, explain how each of the selections you choose reflect something that is uniquely American. Some things to look for when deciding what selections to choose: ❖ Think about the stories portray the way the characters talk, ❖ Think about the stories that show the things that were/are important to Americans, ❖ Think about stories that portray uniquely American problems ❖ Think about authors that created new types of literature that set the United States apart, ❖ Think about authors that showed us unique places in America. Some things you might want to explore: ❖ How does Mark Twain’s writing give us a uniquely American way of speaking? ❖ How did Thomas Jefferson and Thomas Paine reflect the yearnings of the colonists? ❖ How did the writing of Charles Waddell Chestnutt’s illustrate a uniquely American experience following slavery? ❖ What new forms (genres) of writing did Edgar Allan Poe and Olaudah Equiano introduce? ❖ How did the regionalist writers give us “snapshots” of uniquely American people and places? THINK: Title and author What is uniquely American about this story? How do I know? Text evidence (quote w/ page #) What two stories or poems will be the focus of my essay? List title and author here: Suggested Outline: I. Introduction: --General statement about how our national literature can be considered uniquely American II. Story #1 A: Statement that mentions work #1 and what makes it uniquely American C: Quote from the work that shows this. E: Explain how the quote shows this. S: Summarize and/or rephrase answer statement III. Story #2 A: Statement that mentions work #1 and what makes it uniquely American C: Quote from the work that shows this. E: Explain how the quote shows this. S: Summarize and/or rephrase answer statement V. Conclusion --Draw a universal conclusion about our national literature can be considered uniquely American Type your answer for both prompts here. #44 #45 Submit this entire document to CheckMyWork and post your link here: Copy and paste your completed responses and CheckMyWork link in the appropriate text boxes for #44 and #45 on the Semester Exam. **If you are completing this planning guide as a revision assignment, please webmail to your teacher. Video Tutorials: ACES- https://screencast-o-matic.com/watch/cFjwbaqysR CheckMyWork- https://screencast-o-matic.com/watch/cFjwb9qyLE ...
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Question 1
Phillis Wheatley, in her poems, described what life was like during her time. She talked
about slavery, how she was sold from West Africa to America. Her description of life can be
generalized, and the slavery she experienced can be viewed as an aspect that affected black
women. She was, however, reluctant to write about slavery and instead wrote about religion and
Christianity. In one of her poems, she writes praises slavery and states that it brought her from
her pagan land and pushed her to Christianity; "Twas mercy brought me ...

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