Exam

Exam strategies

  • Read the whole exam
  • Be sure you read the instructions to understand them in the context of the course
  • Work on the questions in the order of easiest to hardest
  • Pay attention to the time; allocate time for each section of the exam
  • If time, review and re-read answers. 

Course Essential questions: 

  • Why does society need science fiction? 
  • How do we use science fiction to look at our world today and think about the future?
  • What is the purpose and significance of stories about machines interacting with humans? What traits, fears, or interests of human nature do these stories reveal?
  • How do authors use science fiction to make controversial or abstract subjects more accessible for readers?
  • Can technology take authority away from humans?
  • What happens to human relationships in a technological world?
  • Is the success of a society is more important than the success of individuals?
  • How can we ready for the uncertainty of the future?

 

 

 

Reflection Exam

 

 

 

Go to TEAMS for the Reflection document. Due no later than tomorrow at 4:00 p.m. 

This work is part of your exam mark.

You will use the following documents to reflect on the goals you set in February. 

  • Long-term goal planning sheet 
  • Monitoring your learning document 
  • Reflections on learning page (3 ENTRIES) 
  • One completed Peer/Self-edit sheet  
  • Research Process Reflection 

 

The exam preparation page is also found in TEAMS.

 

 

Reflecting on the research process

OneNote: Content Library: Unit 4: Research Process Reflection

Complete the reflection today. You will need it to complete the Reflection Exam component tomorrow. 

For tomorrow have ready: 

  • Long-term goal planning sheet 
  • Monitoring your learning document 
  • Reflections on learning page (3 ENTRIES) 
  • One completed Peer/Self-edit sheet  
  • Research Process Reflection 

 

Thesis Statement templates

  1. In (title of work), (author) (illustrates, shows) (aspect) (adjective).
  2. In (title of work), (author) uses (one aspect) to (define, strengthen, illustrate) the (element of work).
  3. In (title of work), (author) uses (an important part of work) as a unifying device for (one element), (another element), and (another element). The number of elements can vary from one to four.
  4. (Author) develops the character of (character’s name) in (literary work) through what he/she does, what he/she says, what other people say to or about him/her.
  5. In (title of work), (author) uses (literary device) to (accomplish, develop, illustrate, strengthen) (element of work).
  6. (Author) (shows, develops, illustrates) the theme of __________ in the (play, poem, story).