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   The American Dream lecture in Week 1 points out that Poor Richard’s Almanac was an annual publication that included calendar lists, home recipes, weather forecasts, etc. What made Franklin’s almanac unlike other almanacs was the inclusion of Franklin’s witty parables and humorous writings. The...

 Part of your grade is based on selection, integration, and citation of paraphrased quotations.Read all of the information below before posting your response.  Post 1: You learned the definition of the American Dream in Week 1, and you also learned about the American identity. Traits...

    In our Lesson, you have two readings in preparation for this cultural discussion. One is a fact sheet about the German school system. The other is a subjective opinion piece written by a German who teaches in the American university system. Read the fact sheet ("The...

Article Abstract Assignment #2 Due:  December 4th Worth 10% of Final Grade • For this assignment, please locate one scholarly journal article on the topic of Snowflower and the Secret Fan in the library databases.  • Begin with your name and the bibliographic citation of...

 Discuss and critique the production of Death of a Salesman you watched this week.  Were the actors effective in their roles?  Were the design elements appropriate to the production (address scenery, costumes, lights, and sound).  Why is this play an important piece of American Theatre history? ...

 Discuss EPIC THEATRE, the key players, and its significance.   Epic Theatre • More “militant approach” • Erwin Piscator (1893-1966)- the first major practitioner. • sought to create a “proletarian drama” • Bertolt Brecht (1891-1956) was The movement’s major theoretician and dramatist. • The Three-Penny...

You learned the definition of the American Dream in this week’s lecture. You also learned about the American identity. Traits often associated with the American identity include boldness, confidence, perseverance, and integrity. These traits are often demonstrated through a character’s words or actions. This week,...

Become a Theatrical Reviewer Attend or Watch (TV or online) The Wizard of OZ. Write a short review in which you: 1. Briefly summarize the story, comment on the authors plotting of the story, indicate the significance of the work (or lack thereof), 2. decide...