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1. Provide an honest assessment of your course notes: Are they consistently developed for each module? Are some modules strong, while others could use development? I honestly thought this was the best class out of the 3 on flvs that I am taking. Lessons were interactive and things like music that you could relate to. I do not like school in general, but this class kept my attention for the most part. 2. Using the list below, pick the three periods you enjoyed studying the most in this course: * Puritan (first segment)

* Colonial (first segment)

* Romantic (first segment)

* Civil War (first segment)

* Realism (second segment)
2nd favorite- I really liked that article about stealing music, probably because almost everyone does it. * Modern (second segment)
My favorite was the Harlem renaissance music with jazz and the blues. * Contemporary (second segment)
Third favorite – the music and civil war related stuff was awesome. 3. For each of the three choices you selected above, provide one element which proved most interesting to you. For example, you might select a specific reading assignment from that period, or a concept you learned while studying that period. Above 4. What are your three favorite literary titles from the course (such as "The Mirror" or The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn)? Your choices may be short stories, poems, plays, novels, or a combination. My 3 favorites were The House on Mango Street, The Adventures of Huck Finn and The Vonnegut short stories. 5. Based on careful review of your notes, and careful thinking about the course, share two key themes (an idea, image, or motif repeated or developed throughout a work) or ideas which seem to be present in different periods of literature. Music seems to be always present in every time period, along with relationships between a child and their parents. Newspaper Creation

6. Please provide travel...
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