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Welcome to Module 5 Modules-N-Motion 5.02 and 5.3. Elluminate Session Expectations :. Remain in the session in its entirety. Actively participate in the session—this includes responding to questions asked in the chat box and/ or on the whiteboard routinely.

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Welcome to Module 5

Modules-N-Motion

5.02 and 5.3

Elluminate Session Expectations:

  • Remain in the session in its entirety.
  • Actively participate in the session—this includes responding to questions asked in the chat box and/ or on the whiteboard routinely.
  • Take a fresh approach when discussing ideas rather than just repeating something already stated.
  • Have an open mind and respect all points of views no matter if you disagree.
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5.02 Realism

Civil War

Industrial

Revolution

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5.02 Submit the questions as usual for this assessment.

1. Define the term "Muckraker." Be sure to include the name of the person who created it.

2. What was the main focus of the Naturalistic writer?

3.How is the Realist/Naturalistic writer different from the Romantic writer?

4.Why would post Civil War, newly industrialized America be attracted to the Realistic movement? (your opinion)

5.What is meant by the term "local color"?

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Define the term "Muckraker."

Be sure to include the name of the person who created it.

  • Muckrakers are Realists who were digging
  • up the dirt (muck) to show the world really what was happening in the factories.
  • Theodore Roosevelt came up with
  • the term and
  • said muckrakers were journalists
  • who exposed the
  • corruption in business and they went
  • too far.
  • Why was there corruption?
  • Tons of immigrants, so they paid low
  • wages, worked long
  • long hours, no safety regulations
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Realism and Naturalism

(types of writing styles)

In the late 1800’s there was a HUGE change in the way writers wrote and thought about life.

  • The Civil War- Hard time on Americans
  • The growth of railroads-increased travel and availability of goods
  • The telegraph-Increased communication
  • Mass immigration-Tons of people from other countries came to America
  • Rapid industrialization-Factories were built to produce all kinds of things
  • People moved away from farms and to the cities
  • Realism-
  • Truth and accuracy
  • Writers sentimentally tried to capture the setting before it was lost to modernization.
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3. How is the Realist/Naturalistic writer different from the Romantic writer?

Characteristics of Realism/Naturalism:

A person is simply a person

Freedom of choice is limited by outside forces (job, social status, marriage)

Truth and Accuracy are key

Characteristics of Romanticism:

Equal at birth, celebrated the individual

Innate goodness and eventual perfectibility

People were encouraged toward self-development

Belief in supernatural

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2. What was the main focus of the Naturalistic writer?

Themes of brutality

Characters helpless against outside forces

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Local Color/Regionalism

  • Came about because of industrial revolution
  • Loss of local folkways and traditions
  • Customs, dialect, clothing, characters, history, topography
  • Often has feelings of nostalgia
  • 5.What is meant by the term "local color"?
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5.03 Copy and paste the characters for Part I and the questions for Part II in the “student comments” box or a word document. Fill in the answers as we read aloud the story.

Please let me know by raising your hand if your mic works and you would like to read a paragraph aloud. =) It’s more entertaining that way.

Emily Grierson -

Colonel Sartoris-

Tobe-

Judge Stevens-

Homer Barron-

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Be sure your responses are in complete sentences.

    • What metaphor is used to describe Miss Emily in the first paragraph?
    • How is the house personified in the second paragraph of this story?
    • 1.What had Colonel Sartoris done for Miss Emily in 1894?
    • 2.What did the next generation of town leaders do on the first year?
    • 3.How does Faulkner describe Miss Emily in the sixth paragraph?
    • 4.At the beginning of Part II, how long had Emily\'s father been dead?
    • 5.What are the neighbors complaining about? What does Judge Stevens say probably has caused it?
    • 6.What did Miss Emily tell her visitors the day after her father\'s death?
    • 7.Who began to date Miss Emily in Part III, and why was he in town?
    • 8.What did the townspeople think of Miss Emily and her new boyfriend?
    • 9.What does Miss Emily do to make the townspeople think that she and her boyfriend have wed?
    • When was the last time the townspeople saw her boyfriend/husband?
    • 10.Why had the men sprinkled lime around her house in Part II?
    • 11.There is a room upstairs no one has seen for over forty years. After Miss Emily\'s funeral, the door to this room is broken down. What do the townspeople find there?
    • 12.What happened to Homer Barron? Comment on the second pillow on the bed in the last paragraph while responding to this one.
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