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Second semester final Second semester final exam reviewexam review

So what do you know already?So what do you know already?

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High context/Low contextHigh context/Low context

• The business card exchange…The business card exchange…

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M-time/P-timeM-time/P-time

Come to dinner… It’s at six o’clock… Come to dinner… It’s at six o’clock…

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Physical AppearancePhysical Appearance

• Do “clothes make the man”?Do “clothes make the man”?

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SilenceSilence

• When is it golden in the U.S.?When is it golden in the U.S.?

• When is it awkward?When is it awkward?

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OlfacticsOlfactics

• What’s your favorite aroma? What What’s your favorite aroma? What does it communicate?does it communicate?

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KinesicsKinesics

Signals of assentSignals of assent

Signals of dissentSignals of dissent

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OculesicsOculesics

• The failure to “look me in the eye”The failure to “look me in the eye”

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VocalicsVocalics

• Keeping the phone channels open…Keeping the phone channels open…

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ProxemicsProxemics

• The arrangement of chairs in the The arrangement of chairs in the classroomclassroom

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HapticsHaptics

• Sympathy in the U.S.Sympathy in the U.S.

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CITATIONS AND INCORPORATIONS

“Indeed he was a corpse.” Ivan Turgenev Fathers and Sons, page 169

Using a colon

Using a comma

Using no punctuation

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“Indeed he was a corpse.” Ivan Turgenev Fathers and Sons, page 169 Using a colon –

In Fathers and Sons, Bazarov’s condition was eloquently presented: “Indeed he was a corpse” (Turgenev 169).

Using a comma –

The narrator in Fathers and Sons says, “Indeed he was a corpse” (Turgenev 169).

No punctuation –

The narrator in Fathers and Sons makes the point by saying “Indeed he was a corpse” (Turgenev 169).

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CITATIONS AND INCORPORATIONS

“Neither a borrower nor a lender be.” William Shakespeare, Hamlet, Act 1, scene 3, line 87

Using a colon

Using a comma

No punctuation

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“Neither a borrower nor a lender be.” William Shakespeare, Hamlet, Act 1, scene 3, line 87

Using a colon –Polonius offers his son the following advice:

“Neither a borrower nor a lender be” (Hamlet. I.3.87).

Using a comma –Polonius says, “Neither a borrower nor a lender

be” (Hamlet. I.3.87). No punctuation –Polonius makes the point by saying “Neither a

borrower nor a lender be” (Hamlet. I.3.87).

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CandideCandide

Lit approachesLit approaches

ArchetypalArchetypal

Socio-historicalSocio-historical

Structural Structural

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HamletHamlet

Structures of the acts:Structures of the acts:1 – Background of story & character 1 – Background of story & character

relationshipsrelationships2 – Knowledge through indirect 2 – Knowledge through indirect

meansmeans3 – Awareness of truth/action3 – Awareness of truth/action4 – Results of abortive revenge4 – Results of abortive revenge5 – Confrontation of opposing forces5 – Confrontation of opposing forces

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HamletHamlet

The traps….The traps….

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HamletHamlet

Seems versus isSeems versus is

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HamletHamlet

Character developmentCharacter development

The foilsThe foils

The womenfolkThe womenfolk

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Fathers and SonsFathers and Sons

The best way to live…The best way to live…

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Fathers and SonsFathers and Sons

Irony, irony, ironyIrony, irony, irony

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Fathers and SonsFathers and Sons

Realism—the balanceRealism—the balance

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INDIAN LITINDIAN LIT

Sacred textSacred text—Bhaghvad Gita—Bhaghvad Gita

Epic--Epic--RamayanaRamayana

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JAPANESE LIT

Prose

Diary

Parables

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JAPANESE LIT

Poetry

Waka

Haiku

Tanka

Senryu

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ARABIC LITARABIC LIT

►PoetryPoetry

►Qu’ranQu’ran

►Thousand and One NightsThousand and One Nights

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PERSIAN LITPERSIAN LIT

►Rumi poemsRumi poems

►Saadi anecdotes and aphorismsSaadi anecdotes and aphorisms

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CHINESE LIT Prose

Analects

Anecdotes

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CHINESE POETRY Book of Songs

Li Po

Tu Fu

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WRITINGWRITING

Be creative in your thinking….Be creative in your thinking….

Follow the directions...Follow the directions...

Provide specifics...Provide specifics...

Check your work before submitting...Check your work before submitting...