Fiero, Gloria K. The Humanistic Tradition Book 3: The European Renaissance, The Reformation, and Global Encounter. 7th ed., McGraw Hill, 2016.
—. The Humanistic Tradition Book 4: Faith, Reason, and Power in” rel=”nofollow”>in the Early Modern World. 7th ed., McGraw Hill, 2016.
• All daily assignments must be typed, double-spaced on white paper.
• Students must use a reasonable font (Bookman Old Style, Book Antiqua, Palatin” rel=”nofollow”>ino, Arial, Georgia, Bell MT).
• Students must use a reasonable font size (12-poin” rel=”nofollow”>int).
• The student’s name must be on the top left-hand corner.
• The title must be centered 1 ½ in” rel=”nofollow”>inches from the top of the page.
• A good analysis will consist of two paragraphs, in” rel=”nofollow”>incorporatin” rel=”nofollow”>ing one or two quotes from the text. (You must have at least one quote.)
• At the bottom of the page, the student must in” rel=”nofollow”>include an MLA citation of the work under analysis.
• Miscellaneous considerations:
• The assignments are worth ten poin” rel=”nofollow”>ints.
• Many times I will direct the response, but most often the assignment will consist of “What argument is the text makin” rel=”nofollow”>ing?”
• No response should be longer than one page.
• I want to give you plenty of leeway with these assignments (I tend to be very generous with the “content” grade), but you should treat them with respect and
sobriety: they constitute a high percentage of your overall grade.
Locke, John. Of Civil Government. The Humanistic Tradition Book 4: Faith, Reason, and Power in” rel=”nofollow”>in the Early Modern World, edited by Gloria K. Fiero, 7th ed., McGraw-Hill,
2016, pp. 100-102.
The Secret of Kells. Directed by Tomm Moore and Nora Twomey, Gébéka, 2009.