Friday, August 15, 2014

Take Home Exam II

English 72 (British and American Literature) 

Take Home Exam .

               Follow instructions closely and remember, you are creating and designing your final grade with each other as a guide and helper. 

1. Group of Three for this item. Fill in the grid with the information asked. (Encoded, long bond paper, landscape)

Title of the work
Writer/ Poet (1 point each)
Birth date (1 point each)
Date of Death (1 point each)
Place of Birth (1 point each)
Father (1 point each)
Mother (1 point each)
1. A bottle…






2. Kisses






3. The Schoolboy






4. Celebration…






5. 1st time…






6. Letter






7.Act of ….






8. The Man….






9. The Cradle…






10. The Rhodora






11. At A Calvary…






12. Cpt. Murderer







Title of the work
Spouse (1 point each)
Era where the work be-longs (1 point each)
3 General Characteristics of the Era (2 points each)
Theme of the work (5pts each)
1. A bottle…




2. Kisses




3. The Schoolboy




4. Celebration…




5. 1st time…




6. Letter




7.Act of ….




8. The Man….




9. The Cradle…




10. The Rhodora




11. At A Calvary…




12. Cpt. Murderer






2. Individual: Create a visual interpretation of Kisses, The Rhodora and Act of Union in a short bond paper. You can use any medium except that of computer generated. (30 points each)

3. Group of three. Write a sentence outline of Celebration of Intellect. Handwritten, long bond paper. (25 points) 

4. Group of five. Take pictures of a mother-and-child during the palaro week 2014 which would show the transgression of a child’s growth and mother’s love as reflected in The Cradle Song. Print these pictures in a 3x5 photo paper. Two photographs would represent each stanza of the poem. Artistically design a card for this task where the photographs and the poem itself can be seen. (50 points)

5. Using Shakespearean Sonnet, recreate the love-story of your parents as done by Elizabeth Barret-Browning in her First Time He Kissed Me. Encoded in a short bond paper. (25 points)

6. Using Robert Browning’s letter, write a letter to your future husband or wife say ten or fifteen years from now. Handwritten in your personally chosen kind of paper. (25 points)

7. In a group of three, create a comics  adaptation of Captain Murderer. (50 points)

Have an intellectually stimulating and creative PALARO week ahead!  Take care and enjoy!
God bless each of us!

                                                                                                                                                                M’Shai :-)



English 11
Reminders:
1.       Introduce yourselves and identify your purpose.
2.       Be sure to know the complete name of your interviewee before meeting him/her.
3.       Wear your CMU student ID before meeting the department head until the end of the interview.
4.       Be courteous at all times. smile!
5.       Remember to thank the head and the crew for accommodating you.

Guide questions:
1.       What is expected of you as the head of the unit?
2.       How long have you been connected to the agency?
3.       How many people are you managing/overseeing?
4.       How do you make certain there is harmonious flow and conduct of individual duties in the agency?
5.       As a market administrator/slaughter house administrator, how do you make certain the health of each employee is safe and secure?
6.       How are the waste managed in the area?
7.       How does the agency make sure that the smell of the working area is contained?
8.       Is there an agency policy that deals with customers who do not follow the protocols to be observed in maintaining the cleanliness of the area? If there are so, what are these?
9.       (YOU ARE ALSO FREE TO ASK QUESTIONS WHICH MIGHT HELP CLARIFY SOME OF THE THOUGHT )

Things to submit after the interview:
1.       A hard copy of the interview transcription.
2.       A narrative report on the flow of the interview.
3.       A reaction paper/learning paper/reflection paper on the group’s learning in the activity?
4.       The narrative report must contain a 3x5 hard copies of pictures with correct label.
5.       Prepare a PowerPoint highlighting the organizational chart of the agency, the policies of the department, and the flowchart of waste management of the agency.
6.       Submit your narrative report on August 26, 2014.