20th Literature Assignment

Assignment For this assignment, you will create a presentation in which you discuss any five of the literary terms from this week’s list, including how they relate to the works you read and viewed this week. You should use a different work of literature or art in your discussion of each term. In other words, you should use five literary terms to analyze five different works (two of the works must be works of literature). In addition to submitting your presentation, you should also submit the script for your presentation, organized by slide, in a Word document. For this assignment, you will need to use software that allows you to record voiceover on each slide to present your analysis—such as VoiceThread or PowerPoint. Please see the Course Resources tab for more information about using these presentation software options. Your presentation should include 5 slides with voiceover on each slide. Your presentation should be between 5 and 10 minutes long. Please read the presentation resources before designing your presentation: Slide Title GuidelinesHow to Create Pro Slides in Less TimeUse PowerPoint Visuals, Not Bullets
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you will explore more deeply what it means to be a part of a nation, moving beyond
war and into notions of “cold war,” as well as what it means to be a citizen or to have
emigrated from a foreign land. This materials include poems, films, and examples of
poster art.
Reading Options: Literature
Select two writers from this list. For each, read their biographical information and one of their
poems:
Rudyard Kipling
Read this biogReading Options: Literature
Select two writers from this list. For each, read their biographical information and one of their
poems:
1.
Rudyard Kipling
Read this biographical information and the poem “White Man’s Burden”
2.
Naomi Shihab Nye
Read or listen to this biographical information and read the poem “The Orange, the Fig, and the
Whisper of Grapes”
3.
Shang Qin
Read this biographical information and the poem “Electric Lock”
4.
Denise Levertov
Read this biographical information and the poem “Making Peace”
5.
Ilya Kaminsky
Read this biographical information and this interview with Kaminsky, which includes the poem “We
Live Happily During the War”
1.
raphical information and the poem “White Man’s Burden”
2.
Naomi Shihab Nye
Read or listen to this biographical information and read the poem “The Orange, the Fig, and the
Whisper of Grapes”
3.
Shang Qin
Read this biographical information and the poem “Electric Lock”
4.
Denise Levertov
Read this biographical information and the poem “Making Peace”
5.
Ilya Kaminsky
Read this biographical information and this interview with Kaminsky, which includes the poem “We
Live Happily During the War”
Viewing Options
Watch one full-length film OR one short film from these lists:
Full-length Films
1.
Billion Dollar Brain (1:43:00)
Originally a novel by Len Deighton (1966), this film depicts the story of an unnamed secret agent who
stumbled upon a plot to cause a nuclear-war and tries to stop it.
2.
The Battle of Algiers (2:01:33)
This film has been noted as one of the most influential political films in history. The film reconstructs
the events that occurred in the capital city of Algeria between 1954 and 1957 and their struggle for
independence from the French.
Short Films
1.
The Space Race (2:58)
The battle to get the first spaceship on the moon.
2. Sound Smart: The Red Scare (2:01)
The fear-mongering of communism in the United States, including the charges pressed
against the NAACP and artists.
Required Viewing: Visual Art
View these examples of communist propaganda posters and watch this short anti-communist
propaganda video (1:49)
Reading Options: Philosophy and Critical Analysis
Select one of the options from this list—either Karl Marx or one of the critical analyses—and read the
associated materials
1.
Philosophy: Karl Marx
Read this biographical information and this excerpt from “The Communist Manifesto.” For additional
background, you may also read this article about Marx’s life, work, and enduring influence
2.
Critical Analysis: James Bond Films
Read this critical analysis about the James Bond films and read or listen to this historical
information about popular culture and the Cold War
3.
Critical Analysis: The Arts and the Cold War
Read this critical analysis about the conscription of the arts during the Cold War and read or listen to
this historical information about popular culture and the Cold War
Assignment
For this assignment, you will create a presentation in which you discuss any five
of the literary terms from this week’s list, including how they relate to the works
you read and viewed this week. You should use a different work of literature or
art in your discussion of each term. In other words, you should use five literary
terms to analyze five different works (two of the works must be works of
literature).
In addition to submitting your presentation, you should also submit the script for
your presentation, organized by slide, in a Word document.
For this assignment, you will need to use software that allows you to
record voiceover on each slide to present your analysis—
such
as VoiceThread or PowerPoint. Please see the Course Resources tab for more
information about using these presentation software options.
Your presentation should include 5 slides with voiceover on each slide. Your
presentation should be between 5 and 10 minutes long.
Please read the presentation resources before designing your presentation:
•
Slide Title Guidelines
•
How to Create Pro Slides in Less Time
•
Use PowerPoint Visuals, Not Bullets

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