Please read the instructions provided on this assignment.
There are two parts to this test! If you are in an online class, you will take all of this information (Part I and Part II) and submit it to me via VeriCite below. If you are in an on-campus class, you will take all of this information (Part I and Part II), submit it to VeriCite, print it, and submit it to me in class.
All students: Very Important Information
1.Please note that you are submitting this to VeriCite, which will check for plagiarism, which includes but is not limited to copying/rewording another student’s answers, copying ideas/words from the internet. Please refer carefully to the Plagiarism Statement on the Course Syllabus. Plagiarism is a serious offense and will not be taken lightly on this test. Plagiarism on any part of the test may result in a 0-50.
2. Please note that you must include a Works Cited for the test and correct in-text citations for all sources, including the primary sources (Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, for example). Essays that lack in-text citations and/or Works Cited and/or secondary sources when required will receive a 0-50.
Part I: Core Artifact (50 points)
•Save this entire file (including Part II) and submit it via VeriCite.
Part II: SLO (five essay questions; 10 points each)
1. Answer the following essay questions in 150-200 words.
2. Do not forget to include in-text citations (Austen 150: ch. 4) every time you use a source.
3. Do not forget to include a Works Cited for EACH question (after the question).
4. If the question requires an outside source, you MUST use one. Otherwise, do NOT use outside sources. This, of course, includes any source like shmoop, cliffnotes, idiotsrus.com, your friends, or your classmates (this, of course, is called cheating and will result in a 0 on the assignment).
5. Each question is worth 10 points. 5 points is for the answer (detail, correctness of your answer, examples). 5 points is for your correct use of your source(s): in-text citations and Works Cited.
1. Compare/contrast two of our works as they fit into the historical period. For example, how do they represent the roles women played in the time period or how do they represent class roles? You must use one secondary source that discusses the historical period of your chosen works and the two primary sources. Be certain to cite both the secondary source and the two primary sources with correct MLA in-text citations and on your Works Cited (3 total).
2. Compare/contrast the use of romanticism as it appears in at least two of our works (literary forms). You must use one secondary source that discusses romanticism and two primary sources, such as Pride and Prejudice, Keats, Byron, etc. Be certain to cite both the secondary source and the two primary sources. Be certain to include both in-text citations for all three sources and a correct Works Cited.
3. Discuss how the supernatural represents the culture of the time period as it appears in two of the works we have read thus far (“Christabel,” “Ode to Psyche,” “Kubla Khan”). You will need to cite both primary sources. You may NOT use an outside source. Be certain to include correct in-text citations for both sources and complete a correct Works Cited directly after your answer.
4. Discuss the theme of beauty as it applies in two of our works. What is beauty? How do the characters define beauty? How does the author define beauty? You must use one secondary source that discusses the idea of beauty (aeshetics) in the time period and two primary sources. Be certain to cite both the secondary source and the two primary sources.
5. Discuss the theme of pride and prejudice in the novel Pride and Prejudice. You may NOT use an outside source. The only source you would cite with your in-text citations and your Works Cited is Pride and Prejudice.
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