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jlongSwag27

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Help me im reading Of Mice & Men , and need help ASAP.

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  1. jlongSwag27
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    Essay's: Question 1 In a well-developed paragraph of at least five sentences, identify the main obstacle the characters in the novel you are reading face. Explain what type of obstacle this is and your predictions for the outcome of the obstacle. Include specific examples from the novel you are reading that show how you came to your conclusion. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Question 2 Choose a setting from the novel you are reading. In a well-developed paragraph of at least five sentences, explain how this setting influences the mood or atmosphere of the novel. Include specific examples from the novel you are reading. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Question 3 What have been the most satisfying and the least satisfying parts of the novel you are reading thus far? Explain in a detailed paragraph of at least five sentences. Include specific examples from the novel you are reading. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Question 4 Identify the novel you are reading for this class. In a well-developed paragraph of at least five sentences, explain what you anticipated about the novel before reading it. What is it that led you to anticipate these things about the novel you are reading? -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Question 5 Choose a character from the novel you are reading. In a well-developed paragraph of at least five sentences, identify two traits of this character that surprised you. Provide examples of these traits from your reading. Explain why these traits surprised you and what you originally expected about this character.

  2. Bri7ski
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    what is the lesson #? I just did that...

  3. jlongSwag27
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    S1 Obstacles 03: Together

  4. Bri7ski
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    here is my answer for 3... This book is set during the Great Depression of the 1930s in two places. It starts beside a stream, close to the Salinas River, a few miles south of Soledad, California. It then moves to a ranch, where the major part of the story is set. At the end of the novel, the setting comes back to where it started. George and Lennie are introduced by the stream. They are on their way to a near-by ranch. The surrounding land is thick in vegetation and has its own wild life. Men frequent it, as there are ash piles made by many fires and the limbs of the sycamore tree have been smoothed by the many men who have sat on it. The ranch, where the major part of the story takes place, appears isolated and lonely. It includes a ranch house, a bunkhouse where the ranch workers live, a barn, and a harness-room off the barn. I got that one right.. R u doing VLACS or FLVS?

  5. jlongSwag27
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    flvs and need help with Obstacles Lesson Two: The Context also

  6. Bri7ski
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    I am in VLACS but it is the same thing... That is the answer to # 3..

  7. jlongSwag27
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    u have question 1,2,4,and 5 and do you know how to do Obstacles Lesson Two: The Context

  8. Bri7ski
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    I do and yes. I got an 100 on that one

  9. jlongSwag27
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    can u tell me for that one plz, i dont understand that at all

  10. Bri7ski
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    One sec.. I'll pull it up

  11. jlongSwag27
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    Okayy thanks

  12. Bri7ski
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    Ok so that one is asking you to pick a person.. I chose George and have them travel in time.. I had george go to the year 2012 and just explained what was different about 2012 from 1930

  13. jlongSwag27
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    okay so where is the document you wrote??

  14. jlongSwag27
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    @Bri7ski yo wheres the document u wrote and answer the rest of the questions??

  15. Bri7ski
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    um on my computer.., sorry I was busy doing my school work

  16. jlongSwag27
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    okay can u help me now then

  17. Bri7ski
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    I just sent you the files

  18. jlongSwag27
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    Is that for context? and what about the questions S1 Obstacles 03: Together 1,2,4, and 5

  19. Bri7ski
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    Yes it is and I dont think you want my answers fro that one... I got them almost all wrong. I 'm working on it right now though

  20. Bri7ski
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    I can help you when I figure it out though.

  21. Bri7ski
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    how about that? Did you have Black board when they used to have that?

  22. Bri7ski
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    Do those documents help you at all?

  23. Bri7ski
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    I cant help if you dont answer

  24. jlongSwag27
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    the answers for S1 Obstacles 03: Together are User: John Long In Course: English II V10 ( 3344) Instructor: Kathryn Cotter If you would like to take this exam again, you can reset the exam and take it again Your score on this exam is 0 out of 50 . This does not include 5 essays which have not been graded that account for 50 points of the maximum possible score of 50. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Answer Key -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Question 1 (Worth 10 points) In a well-developed paragraph of at least five sentences, identify the main obstacle the characters in the novel you are reading face. Explain what type of obstacle this is and your predictions for the outcome of the obstacle. Include specific examples from the novel you are reading that show how you came to your conclusion. ESSAY SUBMISSION The daily struggle of the working class, fear of loneliness and the reality of putting all your energy into plans that fail are the different themes relating to John Steinbeck's novel, "Of Mice and Men". The characters depicted by the author are individuals who are constantly facing one obstacle after another. The book illustrates different conflicts such as man versus society, man versus man, man versus himself and idealism versus reality. The book's backdrop is set in the Salinas, California during the depression. The two main characters include two men, George and Lennie. Supportive characters include a few ranch hands, Candy, Crooks, Curly, Slim and Carlson.The middle-class in general, and George and Lennie specifically, illustrates the problems they face when dreams of a better life are short-lived due to the reality of circumstances encountered and the Depression. Also, the man versus man conflict is seen on a regular basis throughout the novel. The ranch hands indirectly put pressure on George to shoot Lennie. The ranch hands forced that Candy's dog be shot. Also, the novel sheds light on the inner conflict within certain characters. For example, George struggles with the caring for Lennie, or putting both himself and Lennie at peace for good by killing Lennie. Candy also fears that he, like his dog, will be cast aside whenever he is no longer of use. Points earned on this question: 0 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Question 2 (Worth 10 points) Choose a setting from the novel you are reading. In a well-developed paragraph of at least five sentences, explain how this setting influences the mood or atmosphere of the novel. Include specific examples from the novel you are reading. ESSAY SUBMISSION This book is set during the Great Depression of the 1930s in two places. It starts beside a stream, close to the Salinas River, a few miles south of Soledad, California. It then moves to a ranch, where the major part of the story is set. At the end of the novel, the setting comes back to where it started. The ranch, where the major part of the story takes place, appears isolated and lonely. It includes a ranch house, a bunkhouse where the ranch workers live, a barn, and a harness-room off the barn. Points earned on this question: 0 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Question 3 (Worth 10 points) What have been the most satisfying and the least satisfying parts of the novel you are reading thus far? Explain in a detailed paragraph of at least five sentences. Include specific examples from the novel you are reading. ESSAY SUBMISSION This book is set during the Great Depression of the 1930s in two places. It starts beside a stream, close to the Salinas River, a few miles south of Soledad, California. It then moves to a ranch, where the major part of the story is set. At the end of the novel, the setting comes back to where it started. George and Lennie are introduced by the stream. They are on their way to a near-by ranch. The surrounding land is thick in vegetation and has its own wild life. Men frequent it, as there are ash piles made by many fires and the limbs of the sycamore tree have been smoothed by the many men who have sat on it. The ranch, where the major part of the story takes place, appears isolated and lonely. It includes a ranch house, a bunkhouse where the ranch workers live, a barn, and a harness-room off the barn. I got that one right. Points earned on this question: 0 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Question 4 (Worth 10 points) Identify the novel you are reading for this class. In a well-developed paragraph of at least five sentences, explain what you anticipated about the novel before reading it. What is it that led you to anticipate these things about the novel you are reading? ESSAY SUBMISSION The name of the book, and how George and Lennie are two people who want to find work. George is a short and scraffy gentlman who looks after Lennie. Lennie is taller than George but Lennie has a mild mental disablity this means George has to look after Lennie by giving him guidence through everyday life. You anticipate because you want to know exactly what all happens in the story. Points earned on this question: 0 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Question 5 (Worth 10 points) Choose a character from the novel you are reading. In a well-developed paragraph of at least five sentences, identify two traits of this character that surprised you. Provide examples of these traits from your reading. Explain why these traits surprised you and what you originally expected about this character. ESSAY SUBMISSION George's physical appearance is that of a small, fierce animal. He is 'dark of face' and has 'restless eyes and sharp, strong beliefs. George's ways of thinking are unclear at the beginning of the novel. The readers are unsure if he is a mean nasty man, or just a natural leader. I think George's main thoughts are just those of surviving and having money in his pocket. He does not seem to me to be an instigator of trouble but if trouble comes George's way, he will not hide.

  25. Bri7ski
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    how did you get that?

  26. jlongSwag27
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    serect

  27. Bri7ski
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    no how?

  28. Bri7ski
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    well I gtg... Have a great day!

  29. jlongSwag27
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    u tooo

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