Write lyrics for your own carpe diem song in any style. You should try to imitate the melancholic, romantic tone of the poems you've read. or you might adopt the more modern style of today's songs, which are sometimes romantic, sometimes plaintive and sometimes humorous. This must be a minimum of 20 lines.
Create a post related to the texts ("Passionate Shepherd to His Love," "The Nymph's Reply to the Shepherd" AND/OR "Buffy Vs. Edward Remix"), as well as the ideas we have been discussing (The role of literature and art in social change; the rules that men and women are supposed to follow when it comes to love, etc.). YOUR POST MUST BE A MINIMUM OF 150 WORDS.
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON HOW TO START YOUR POST, CLICK HERE: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ZvpkE3BNtPp27tJsqk-8jjurShhndTHkUsuUCrs2rwI/pub
AND EVEN MORE INFORMATION ON TOPICS YOU CAN WRITE ABOUT: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1fHi_erLoGQNVIT5ufQYHtL5YgL0dLXti61vaJzSc03I/pub
AND HOW I AM GRADING IT: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1drILVUPtDKRVsBJjRDlT8iSSyiy3qiA1LBFBZVISfG4/pub
Please reflect on the experience of writing the rough draft of the Modern Canterbury Tales. What do you think you were the most successful at? What were some obstacles? How did you over come them? What is your plan for next week? What questions do you have for me or your peers?
Be sure that your response is at least 150 words. THIS WEEK, YOU DO NOT NEED TO COMMENT ON POSTS UNLESS YOU WANT TO.
1) What stands out to you the most about the video, “Everything is a Remix?”
2) Do think it is true that “Everything is a Remix?”
3) Discuss at least two ways that you can relate these ideas to crafting of your Modern Canterbury Tales Project?
Watch "Everything is a Remix" here:
Writing a Blog Entry
Writing a Comment
Please answer one of the following. Each answer must be a minimum of 5-7 sentences, and it must include a specific quote from the text to support your answer, whether it supports it implicitly or explicitly (Think Quote Journal here).
1) Explain the irony in the fact that the Pardoner preaches a story with this particular moral. Considering the contradiction between what he practices and what he preaches, is he truly evil, simply drunk, or so used to cheating that he does it automatically?
2) What moral does the Pardoner what us to draw from his tale? How is it different from the moral you think Chaucer wants us to draw from "The Pardoner's Tale?"
Please refer to the questions here, as well as those handed out to you. Please answer three in the comment section below, and be sure to include the Question # in your post. EXTRA CREDIT: Answer more than three.
Add details that show Beowulf is a hero to the 3-way Venn Diagram.
Read/reread part 2 of Bewoulf, pages 43-48 and Chart the Section, including the questions in yellow on the chart.