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Class 11 1 b

  1. 1. STONE BUTCH BLUES
  2. 2. ESSAY 2Your essay must be in MLA format. Please swap with aneighbor and check the header, the heading, and the workscited page to make sure all formatting is correct. If youressay is not in MLA format, I will not accept it.Put your final draft on topUnder the final draft, please place a copy of your edited draft.This is the draft on which you made sentence levelcorrections. We worked on it at our last meeting.Under the edited draft, please place two or more copies ofyour peer reviewed drafts. (These points count for both thereviewer and the reviewed.)
  3. 3. TERMS FOR EXAM 2Exposition: a form of discourse that Interior monologue: representsexplains, defines, and interprets. the inner thoughts of a character,The word is also applied to the recording the internal or emotionalbeginning portion of a plot in which thoughts or feelings of an individual.background information about thecharacters and situation is set forth. Plagiarism: literary theft, which is the taking or closely imitating of theIdiom: the language, dialect, or style language and thoughts of anotherof speaking peculiar to a people or author and representing them asthe constructions or expressions of one’s own—even if this is doneone language whose structure is not without conscious thought. Thismatched in another language. includes self-plagiarism, which isIdioms often possess a meaning unwittingly borrowing from your ownother than their grammatical or work. While common amonglogical ones and cannot be directly Elizabethan dramatists, it is nowtranslated into another language. It prevented by copyright laws.also is used to describe somethingpeculiar to an individual.
  4. 4. Each team will have three minutes to present an answer to a question aboutStone Butch Blues.Teams must offer specific textual evidence. In other words, there must be aquotation to which the team refers.The team must be able to offer a brief explanation or analysis of how thequotation supports or offers the answer to the question.If any team begins an answer but cannot finish or finishesunsatisfactorily, the next team can steal the quotation and provide analysis.Quotations can only be used once in a round. It will behoove you to havemultiple options, particularly if your group will present last.If there is extra time in any given round, we will go back to the first team foranother answer.I will be the final judge in all cases.
  5. 5. QUESTION 1 Order of response: teams 1, 2, 3, 4
  6. 6. QUESTION 2 Order of response: teams 2, 3, 4,1
  7. 7. QUESTION 3 Order of response: teams 3, 4,1,2
  8. 8. QUESTION 4 Order of response: teams 4,1,2,3
  9. 9. Reading: Stone Butch Blues (270-end) and the prompt for Essay #3 (find it on the website) Blog Shot #9: Choose ONE: Find and discuss a moment Jess resists the larger social construct. How and why does ze do it? How does it contribute to the person Jess ultimately becomes? Do you have evidence? OR Find and then write about an instance when Jess is forced to conform to the dominant social paradigm. How does conforming (or trying to conform) change hir? What is your evidence? Consider which you are most likely to chooseHOMEWORK
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