UESC
Universidade Estadual de Santa Cruz - UESC
Departamento de Letras e Artes - DLA
Página mantida pelo projeto de extensão "Dinamizando o ensino da língua inglesa" #   
Coordenação: Prof. Isaias Francisco de Carvalho #    Profa. Elaine Cristina Medeiros Frossard #
________________________________________________________________________________
An Outline of Anglophone Literatures / Panorama das Literaturas Anglófonas
Tasks
These tasks and resources are for free use by both professors and students of Anglophone Literatures.
This page is part of the production of the UESC extension project Dinamizando/Inglês. Welcome!
_________________________________________________________________________________________________________


Prof. Isaias Carvalho                 Disclaimer                English Literature - Project Gutemberg    
American Literature - Project Gutemberg          Anglophone Literature - home Anglophone Literature

 ____________________________________________
Tasks
Assignments for UESC Anglophone Literature students



Task 1 Who's Isaias Carvalho? Read the Course Description, the Course Plan (on the right column), Assessment, and the Bibliography of Anglophone Literature - UESC.


Task 2    Go to Questions on LiteratureBe ready for group discussion.

Task 3    Go to A few teaching/learning principlesBe ready to discuss them with your peers and the professor. Reflect upon them. Pick out one of them which is your number 1.


Task 4    Go to Some Anglophone Authors and some of their works. Use that page to subsidise your choice of author/theme/work for your focused term research and presentations.


Task 5    Go to Critical Approaches to LiteratureAnswer the questions.


Task 6    Go to Poems in English, by Isaias Carvalho. Is that Anglophone literature or what? [Task canceled for 2017.2]


Task 7    Read the information about Journal WritingOnce a month you are expected to turn in your journal writing notebook with one (or more) journal entry (ies) with at least 150 words. [3 entries throughout the course] [Task canceled for 2017.2]


Task 8    Go to The beginnings (in: The Cambridge History of English and American Literature). Answer the questions which will be provided by your professor. Open the file (Literaturas Anglófonas_Beginnings English Literature History) attached at the bottom of this page.


Task 9    Read about Geoffrey Chaucer's life and works. Take notes of important information. [whole class]
https://www.britannica.com/biography/Geoffrey-Chaucer
http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/historic_figures/chaucer_geoffrey.shtml


Task 10   Click on the following three links on Renaissance in England and elsewhere: 

(1)
Renaissance English Literature
http://www.luminarium.org/renlit/renaissanceinfo.htm

(2) The Sixteenth Century  
http://www.wwnorton.com/college/english/nael/16century/welcome.htm


(2) Renaissance: European history
https://www.britannica.com/event/Renaissance


Task 11    Do research on William Shakespeare's life, times and works. Go to our Shakespeare page as a starting point. Be ready to answer questions in a quiz competition in groups.


Task 12    Go to the Shakespeare page. Click on "Shakespeare and Old English" (Links). Explore the vocabulary. Be ready to discuss it.


Task 13   Go to the Shakespeare page. Click on "Shakespeare and Early Modern English" (Links). Explore the vocabulary. Be ready to discuss it.


Task 14   Go to the Shakespeare page. Click on "Shakespeare's Sonnets" (Links). Pick out one of the sonnets, either randomly or after thorough reading. Bring your considerations, insights and findings to share with your peers.


Task 15   Other Elizabethan authors. Individually, do research about the life, the most important work(s) and other information about one of the Elizabethan authors below. 

Christopher Marlowe. Click here (and/or do research in other sources) [Mariana; Camila]
John Donne.  Click here and here (and/or do research in other sources) [Luan Bencos; Elsabete]
Sir Thomas More.  Click here (and/or do research in other sources) [Luiz; Luan Lins]
John Lyly.  Click here (and/or do research in other sources) [Carla; Bruno]
Sir Walter Raleigh.  Click here (and/or do research in other sources) [Iolanda; Rebeca; Ananda]
Robert Greene.  Click here (and/or do research in other sources) [Bárbara Lake; Vivian]
Edmund Spenser.  Click here (and/or do research in other sources) [Jhonatan; Amanda; Letícia]
Edward de Vere, Earl of Oxford.  Click here [Francy; Bruna]
Thomas Kyd.  Click here (and/or do research in other sources) [Regiane; Bárbara Martins; Valdeir]



Task 16    Go to the page on  John Milton. Read Life of John Milton. Choose the 3 most relevant pieces of information about his life. Be ready to discuss them with your peers and the professor. Reflect upon them.


Task 17     Go to the page on John Milton. Answer the questions on the Puritan Age.


Task 18     Go to the page on  John Milton. Work on Milton's sonnet On Shakespeare.


Task 19    Go to the page on  John Dryden. Read Life of John Dryden. Choose the 3 most relevant pieces of information about his life. Be ready to discuss them with your peers and the professor. Reflect upon them.


Task 20       Go to the page on  John DrydenAnswer the questions on the Period of the Restoration.


Task 21   Go to Romanticism and "The Lady of Shallot". Do some research on Romanticism in the US, and Romanticism in general. Answer the exercise proposed. Then, Listen to the song version of the poem and refer it to the characteristics of Romanticism. Also, do not forget to take notes to share with your peers.


Task 22   Go to the Wuthering Heights page. Follow the instructions, watch the movie, and answer the questions.


Task 23   Go to the Edgar Allan Poe page. Do some research on Poe's life, times and works. There is a link to Wikipedia as a starting point. Be ready to discuss and share information about Poe's biography.


Task 24   Go to the Edgar Allan Poe page. Open the 3 "The raven" files at the bottom of the page. Read the poem both in English and in Portuguese. Also, listen to its audio version. Be ready to discuss it in class.


Task 25   Go to the Edgar Allan Poe page. Click on Edgar Allan Poe's photo to go to an anthology of his works. Choose one of his short stories. Be ready to tell the story to the class and share information about it, referring back to all we've read about Poe and his works.


Task 26   Go to the Romantic Authors page. Do the task proposed. 


Task 27    Go to Dubliners - James Joyce. Read the short story "The boarding house". Be ready for discussion. Highlight excerpts and make comments/reflections on the language (style), the plot, the structure, the criticial reviews, etc.


Task 28   Go to The Road Not TakenDo some research on Robert Frost. Read the poem. Be ready to share your answers to the question proposed, besides other comments on the author's biography and works.


Task 29   Go to the O Artigo Científico page. Use the guidelines provided to write your final paper. Share your impressions, doubts and findings.


Task 30   Click here, and read about one of the black writers listed. Take notes and make comments in your journal. Be ready to share biographical and literary information about the author you choose.


Task 31   Open the attached file (at the bottom of this page) with Jamaica Kincaid's "On seeing England for the first time". Prepare to discuss it.


Task 32   Derek Walcott and the Caribbean (Professor's research work)


Task 33   Chinua Achebe and the African writer (Professor's research work)


Task 34   Post-colonial Anglophone literature: the others (Professor's research work)


Task 35     Poem of the day  . At the beginning of each class, a student will be assigned to give a 5-minute presentation of an Anglophone poem: read it, highlight aspects of it, present a [real] short bio of the poet etc.






NucLi-IsF-UESC







Acordo Ortográfico 


____________________________________________
Course Plan 2017.2
Dates with assignments and notes



September 15th  Tasks 1, 2 [Disclaimer/Group dynamics], 5 [Just for planning short presentations]   [Planning for the whole semester]

Click on the photo to reach my full Currículo Lattes
ORCID logo   


NucLi-IsF-UESC


September 19th   Tasks 35   Poem of the day   [Jhonatan]3 and 4 [Oral presentations schedule - planning]


September 22nd  Tasks 35   Poem of the day   [Luan Lins] and 5


September 26th   Tasks 35  Poem of the day   [Camila]  and 5 [continued]


September 29th  Tasks 35  Poem of the day   [Bruno], 5 [Cultural studies], 8


October 3rd  Tasks  35  Poem of the day   [Bárbara Lake]9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15 [Just planning; see October 6th and 17th]


  October 6th   No class    
    Task 15 [Do the task to be shared on October 17th; attendance will only be credited upon task accomplishment before October 17th

  October 10th   No class  
    Tasks 16, 17 and 18 [Do the tasks to be shared on October 24th; attendance will only be credited upon task accomplishment before October 24th

  October 13th   No class  
    Tasks 19 and 20 [Do the tasks to be shared on October 27th; attendance will only be credited upon task accomplishment before October 27th


October17th
    Tasks 35  Poem of the day   [Amanda] and 15 [short presentations]


October 20th    No class     
              Task 22 [watch the movie and do the task to be shared on October 31st; attendance will only be credited upon task accomplishment before October 31st]  

Professor will be paricipating in 
Seminário de Linha de Pesquisa: Literatura, produção cultural e modos de vida
Programa de Pós-Graduação em Crítica Cultural (UEFS)
 

October 24th   Tasks 35  Poem of the day   [Bruna], 16, 17 and 18 [checking] 

        23º Seminário de Iniciação Científica da UESC        

logo-mini

4º Simpósio de Ensino, Extensão, Inovação, Pesquisa e Pós-Graduação

Com o tema "A Ciência como resposta para os desafios do Brasil", o evento acontece na UESC de 23 a 26 de outubro de 2017.


October 27th   Tasks 35  Poem of the day   [Regiane], 19 and 20 +  [Oral presentations: Xxxx]


October 31st  November 3rd  Tasks 35  Poem of the day   [Vivian] and 22 [checking]  +  [Oral presentations: Vivian]


November 3rd  Tasks 35  Poem of the day   [Rebecaand 21 [Oral presentations: Amanda, Carla, Jhonatan]


November 7th  Tasks 35  Poem of the day   [Elisabete] and 23 and 26 [Oral presentations: Bruno, Bárbara Martins, Camila]


November 10th  Tasks 35  Poem of the day   [Mariana] and 24  +  [Oral presentations: Mariana, Luan Bencos]


November 14th  Tasks 35  Poem of the day   [Luiz Henriqueand 25 + [Oral presentations: Francy, Regiane]


November 17th  Tasks 35  Poem of the day   [Luan Bencosand 27 + [Oral presentations: Iolanda and Bruna; Luan Lins, Elisabete]


November 21st  Tasks 35  Poem of the day   [Iolandaand 29 + [Oral presentations: Luiz, Rebeca; Xxxxx]

 Alerta! O prazo final para envio, via e-mail, do Research Plan - (crédito 2) é  19.12.17  
  (ver modelo aqui
  Attention! Deadline to send the Research Plan - (credit 2) to the professor, via e-mail  (isaiasfcarvalho@gmail.com):  12.19.17  (see template here


November 24th  Tasks 35  Poem of the day   [Franciely and 28 + [Oral presentations: Bárbara Lake; Xxxxx]


  November 28th   No class  
        Task 30 [Do the task to be shared on December 5th; attendance will only be credited upon task accomplishment before December 5th]  

  December 1st   No class  
        Task 31 [Do the task to be shared on December 8th; attendance will only be credited upon task accomplishment before December 8th]  
    

December 5th  Tasks 35  Poem of the day   [Carlaand 30 [checking] + [Oral presentations: Bárbara Lake; Valdeir]


December 8th   Tasks 35  Poem of the day   [Bárbara Martinsand 31 [checking] + [Oral presentations: Xxxxx; Xxxxx]


December 12th     Tasks 35  Poem of the day   [Xxxxx] and 32 + [Oral presentations: Letícia; Ananda]


December 15th   Tasks 35  Poem of the day   [Xxxxxx] and 33 + [Oral presentations: Xxxxx; Xxxxx]

 Alerta! O prazo final para envio, via e-mail, do Research Plan - (crédito 2) é  19.12.17  
  (ver modelo aqui
  Attention! Deadline to send the Research Plan - (credit 2) to the professor, via e-mail  (isaiasfcarvalho@gmail.com):  12.19.17  (see template here


December 19th   Tasks 35  Poem of the day   [Xxxxxxand 34 + [Oral presentations: Xxxxx; Xxxxx]


December 22nd  
[Deadline for catching up and closing activities - equivalent to Prova final]



Thank you!




NucLi-IsF-UESC



Conjugação de verbos



Michaellis - Guia Prático da Nova Ortografia 

Ċ
Isaias Carvalho,
27 de ago de 2013 19:21
Ċ
Isaias Carvalho,
3 de nov de 2015 05:43
ĉ
Isaias Carvalho,
17 de set de 2017 16:07
Comments