End of Course Test: Three Great Books
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Novels allow readers to participate in the great conversation of what it means to be:CorrectIncorrect
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What is the German word for a novel of education or formation?CorrectIncorrect
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What was Mark Twain’s real name?CorrectIncorrect
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Depth is preferred over breadth when teaching salient ideas from a novel.CorrectIncorrect
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What is an excellent way to begin the study of Huckleberry Finn?CorrectIncorrect
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In chapter 17, how does Huck describe the raft?CorrectIncorrect
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Huckleberry Finn is often called the first truly American novel.CorrectIncorrect
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Bronte became a teacher for financial reasons.CorrectIncorrect
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In her essay “A Room of One’s Own,” Virginia Woolf’s comments about Jane Eyre should be understood as the correct authority on the response to the ideas and characters in the book.CorrectIncorrect
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A foil is an implicit or explicit comparison by the author between one character and another by placing them in similar positions within the story.CorrectIncorrect
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A Byronic hero is a brooding, moody figure who embodies a romantic love that trumps nearly all other values including conventional behavior. Mr. Rochester is an example of a Byronic hero.CorrectIncorrect
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In Jane Eyre, Bronte was habituated to talk about Christianity. Her novel subverts Christianity so it isn’t important to listen to what she says about Christianity.CorrectIncorrect
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It is helpful to ask students to come up with their own guiding questions for their reading which they can use to begin a class discussion.CorrectIncorrect
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Because Dickens’s works can tend to be deceptively difficult, containing many interesting characters, it may require a slower reading. It can be helpful for students to outline the plot before engaging in a discussion about that part of the novel.CorrectIncorrect
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In 500 to 600 words, describe the insights from this course you will implement as you teach your next Great Book.
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