World Literature 2018 Comprehensive Midterm Examination
While this is a timed test and you should pull from your memory as much as possible, you are absolutely allowed to utilize the course website (www.mrpinosclass.com) to complete the following assessment. The best way to work through this comprehensive examination is to go to the "What Did I Miss" tab and begin at the very bottom of the page, working backwards towards the top of the page.
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1. Taken from Know Thyself- Cultural Identity and Media (​Media's Influence on Cultural Identity activity). Who said “Adolescents are influenced by the content they are exposed, with respect to their knowledge about the world, their attitudes and values, and their behavior” *
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2. One of our first activities this year was to complete an acrostic. What exactly is an acrostic? *
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3. This is the point of view of an individual within an argument: *
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4. This is a representation of an author's "personality", often established through the use of narration, which we discussed should not be confused with an Author's true point of view/opinion: *
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5. Not to be confused with a similar term (which refers to magic), this is when an author makes reference to a well established and well known fact: *
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6. This is established through repetition and emphasizes the main point of: *
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7. This is a term used when you prove something to be invalid while arguing: *
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8. This term refers to the combination of ideas to generate new thoughts/ideas: *
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9. When you chart this on a timeline, this represents everything that has come before now and is primarily a reflection of your ancestors. *
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10. When you chart this on a timeline, this represents where you are now and is a reflection of everything which makes you who you are. *
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11. Which of the following options would best describe the theme of the following meme? *
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12. Which of the following options would best describe the theme of the following meme? *
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13. Which of the following options would best describe the theme of the following meme? *
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14. Which of the following options would best describe the theme of the following meme? *
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15. From the "Global Issues Movie Poster Project", what is the issue that Kayla used this picture to highlight? *
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16. From the "Global Issues Movie Poster Project", what is the issue that this picture is being used to highlight? *
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17. Which of the elements of rhetoric is based upon emotion? *
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18. Which of the elements of rhetoric is based upon logic? *
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19. Which of the elements of rhetoric is based upon right and wrong? *
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20. This logical fallacy works by moving from a seemingly benign premise or starting point and working through a number of small steps to an improbable extreme. *
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21. This logical fallacy works by steering conveniently away from other testable and concrete evidence as if expert opinion or authoritarian opinion is always correct. *
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22. This logical fallacy works by someone attacking a position which the opponent doesn’t really hold. *
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23. This fallacy is also known as “black-and-white fallacy,” “either-or fallacy,” “false dichotomy,” and “bifurcation fallacy.” *
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24. What topic did Autumn Milford and Blake Mahan discuss in the audio recording of their debate? *
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25. Taken from the "Heritage Interview Exemplar Video", what interesting fact did Mr. Pino learn about a famous/infamous distant relative of his? *
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26. Which of these IS NOT one of the 7 elements of culture we are studying in this course? *
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27. What group recorded the song "When Worlds Collide"? *
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28. Within the "What is Culture" video, Anastasiya O. from Russia said that "Culture is something that _________." *
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29. What is the first question on the second page of the document "Questions for Heritage Interview"? *
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30. What was it that the two sisters were in competition for in the story "Everyday Use"? *
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31. What was the percentage of completion for the "Heritage Interview" noted for 5th Period on Thursday? *
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32. What athletic team's logo is on Graycen Kearns Identity Collage? *
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33. Just under the "Test Question Submission Form" pic/link, (part of the Editing Instructions), what is the link from the 1st step that students were instructed to use if they needed to convert their audio or video files online? *
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34. From the PowerPoint "What is a Graphic Novel", what is the definition of a graphic novel (by Scott McCloud)? *
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35. Taken from our lesson on "Dialogue Tags", which of the following IS NOT one of the 100 Colorful Words to Use in Place of "Said"? *
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36. What was the name of the Comic/Graphic Novella which was discussed in the "Writing for Comics" video we watched which featured Batman and The Joker? *
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37. What does the rubric for the "Comic Book Draft" say if you scored a 2 on Dialogue for Characters- Grammar? *
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38. What was the title of the piece which we read, after watching the "Top 50 American Culture & Characteristics" video, which was from 2.12 of the Springboard? *
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39. From the piece "Rough Justice; A Caning in Singapore Stirs Up a Fierce Debate About Crime and Punishment", what was the name of Singapore's Patriarch? *
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40. From the "Time to Assert American Values" vocabulary, which of the following terms refers to a person who opposes official policy? *
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41. From the "Time to Assert American Values" vocabulary, which of the following terms refers to treat (a person, group, or concept) as insignificant or peripheral? *
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42. From the "Time to Assert American Values" vocabulary, which of the following terms is a synonym for theft/thievery? *
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43. From the "Time to Assert American Values" vocabulary, which of the following terms refers to unjustly inflicting hardship and constraint, especially on a minority or other subordinate group? *
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44. From the "Time to Assert American Values" vocabulary, which of the following terms refers to something that is based on a mistaken belief? *
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45. From the "Time to Assert American Values" vocabulary, which of the following terms refers to the use of fallacious arguments, especially with the intention of deceiving? *
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46. From the "Time to Assert American Values" vocabulary, which of the following terms refers to something which belonging naturally or is essential? We discussed a bicycle in class. *
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47. What was it that you were supposed to talk about when we wrote the letters to the Office of the President of the United States? *
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48. What was the 4th element required for the Mission Statement (taken from the "You Rule" Project)? *
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49. Who was the speaker (author) of "On Civil Disobedience"? *
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50. Which "Star Trek" series should be used if a student is completing the most recent extra/replacement credit project? *
2 points
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