view/listen to, review and react to the following videos.

Feb 15, 2024

view/listen to, review and react to the following videos.

Full Instructions for Assignment on “Young Goodman Brown” by Nathaniel Hawthorne

We have five videos to view/listen to, review and react to in this assignment:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SPhQCJ6waLI Read along with the spoken word (the video is 30 minutes long; full text of “Young Goodman Brown” has been provided.) Listen to this through to the end and note 3 or more things that HEARING the story showed you. ALSO, PLEASE WRITE WHAT YOU DID WHILE LISTENING TO THE READING (this last point, written in caps, is important to include).

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=psgMQiWZKW0 Theme, language and allegory in “Young Goodman Brown.” Provide two or three distinct comments/reactions to the content provided in this video.
https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=653967458790751 Hawthorne’s life in brief. Provide two or three distinct comments/reactions to the content provided in this video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=neRfnsI7ZJI To understand “YGB”. Watch this small part of a careful explanation – and watch all parts on your own if you like. Provide 2 or 3 distinct comments/reactions to the content provided in this video.

A 15 minute analysis of YGB: This recaps the story, gives background, and raises some ideas about it, presenting one approach to understanding its message. Provide 2 or 3 distinct comments/reactions to the content provided in this video.

In general, remember the following for all 5 links above: provide 2-3 reactions or comments to lessons learned and facts or insights they provide -– here our learning target focuses on content.  What important facts did you learn?  What helpful details did you pull from each video?  If it’s a short or comical link, what amused you and why? Focus on your interpretation, not what goes on, but what you think and why?

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