ILOs Understand the general nature, purposes, and techniques of literature with a sense of its relationship to life and culture. Recognize a representative selection of literary works by major writers….
Question 2 asks you to refer to the list of 103 Great Ideas
Question 1 asks you to phrase the ISSUE as a question or controversy that the chapter addresses or explores. This is not where you summarize the whole piece, but rather show me that you can wrap your mind succinctly around the central question driving his inquiry.
Question 2 asks you to refer to the list of 103 Great Ideas that I gave you. For this question all you need to do is make a list, just a list — nothing more, nothing less — of all of the Great Ideas from that list that you think applies. Be all inclusive. Open your mind wide. He discusses many things, many topics come up, in his far ranging discussion.
Question 3 asks you concisely give me a sense of what the overall CONCLUSION of the chapter is. It should be phrased as a response to the question you gave as the ISSUE in question 1. If it doesn’t square up as an answer to that question then you may need to rethink your grasp on the content of the essay and try reformulating either the ISSUE or what you take to be his conclusion. Remember that REASONS and other forms of evidence are not to be confused with the conclusion. Save your break down of the EVIDENCE for Question 4.
Only Question 7 requires a discursive response that can be formulated like a paragraph or short essay.