15 Answered Questions for the topic 21st century

21st Century English Reading Writing

06/03/22

What categories emerged from the analysis? in research meaning and example

What categories emerged from the analysis? in research meaning and example
21st Century English History Reading

06/02/22

How should persons with special needs be treated, the kind of language one should use when talking about them, as well as the kind of language that is not acceptable?

How should persons with special needs be treated, the kind of language one should use when talking about them, as well as the kind of language that is not acceptable? Elaborate using practical... more
21st Century English Reading Writing

05/30/22

Write a two- stanza poem about

Malinche by Laura Esquivel (an Excerpt)Malincheby Laura Esquivel (An excerpt based on Marikit Tara A. Uychoco. 2016. 21st Century Literature from the Philippines) Laura Esquivel (Mexican writer and... more
21st Century English History Reading

05/26/22

How should persons with special needs be treated, the kind of language one should use when talking about them, as well as the kind of language that is not acceptable?

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time(Excerpt)By Mark Haddon (England) I find people confusing.This is for two main reasons. The first main reason is that people do a lot of talking... more
21st Century English History Reading

05/26/22

Identify one social problem/issue presented in the text. Is the problem still evident to the present? Elaborate/support your answer by providing examples.

An excerpt from A Thousand Splendid SunsBy Khaled Hosseini – AfghanistanMariam had never worn a burqa before. Rasheed had to help her put it on. The paddedheadpiece felt tight and heavy on her... more
21st Century English History Reading

05/25/22

 Identify one social problem/issue presented in the text. Is the problem still evident to the present? Elaborate/support your answer by providing examples.

After reading the literary pieces closely, try to reflect on what the texts say and come up with your own evaluation or reaction through the questions below. 3. An excerpt from A Thousand Splendid... more
21st Century English History Reading

05/25/22

How should persons with special needs be treated, the kind of language one should use when talking about them, as well as the kind of language that is not acceptable? 

After reading the literary pieces closely, try to reflect on what the texts say and come up with your own evaluation or reaction through the questions below. 2. The Curious Incident of the Dog in... more
21st Century English History Reading

05/13/22

Based on the situation presented in the above poem, identify at least three effects of war to people and community.

Several countries in the world, including our own, experience war. For whatever reason it may be, the ones who suffer are the ordinary citizens. As they say, in war, nobody wins; everyone... more
21st Century English Reading Writing

05/10/22

Based on the situation presented in the poem, identify at least three effects of war to people and community and present it in a form of a paragraph.

Several countries in the world, including our own, experience war. For whatever reason it may be, the ones who suffer are the ordinary citizens. As they say, in war, nobody wins; everyone... more
21st Century English Reading Writing

05/10/22

Which events or experiences left a great impact on African literature?

Which events or experiences left a great impact on African literature?a.mixed cultureb.hardships of colonizationc.political dynastiesd.povertyWhich literary heritage influenced European... more
21st Century English Reading Writing

05/10/22

Read the following lines from The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night –Time and answer the question that follows.

Mother used to say that it meant Christopher was a nice name because it was a story about being kind and helpful, but I do not want my name to mean a story about being kind and helpful. I want my... more
21st Century English Reading Writing

05/09/22

Directions: Based on the situation presented in the poem, identify at least three effects of war to people and community.

Several countries in the world, including our own, experience war. For whatever reason it may be, the ones who suffer are the ordinary citizens. As they say, in war, nobody wins; everyone... more
21st Century English Reading Writing

05/06/22

Explain in 1-2 paragraphs. Cite real life situations if necessary. “You see, some things I can teach you. Some you learn from books. But there are things that, well, you have to see and feel.”

Explain in 1-2 paragraphs. Cite real life situations if necessary. “You see, some things I can teach you. Some you learn from books. But there are things that, well, you have to see and feel.”

03/09/22

Now, if you were to make a version of yourself, how would you do it? Would you retain most of your original self or put some twist to it?

Shakespeare's Juliet asked, 'What's in a name?'. Well, we might also ask 'what's in a play'? After all, it's possible that more people have seen a film adaptation of a Shakespeare play than have... more

03/09/22

When watching or viewing an adaptation of a literary piece we have read, we usually expect the adaptation to repeat or duplicate the experience we acquired by reading the printed version.

When watching or viewing an adaptation of a literary piece we have read, we usually expect the adaptation to repeat or duplicate the experience we acquired by reading the printed version. Do you... more

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