- Chapter 5 and 6. Study Guide questions 1-9, pages 20-22.
- Why do we write citations? So that other people can find the book or website that we used for our research. Look at this list of citations. Which is the best one? Which ones can you actually find?
- Send me an email with your answers to questions 1 and 2 below by midnight Tuesday (just send one email – the email subject must be “WS What is Myth Full Name”):
- What is a myth? Is a myth the same as a folk-tale (昔話）? Are they different? How are they different?
- Is a myth different from a fairy-story, or is it the same? How are they different? How are they the same?
- What is the difference between a myth and an epic poem such as Heike Monogatari?
- What is the difference between a myth and a novel such as the Tale of Genji?
- What is the difference between a myth and a legend, such as The One Inch Boy?
- “If things are real, they’re there all the time” says Peter. “Are they?” asks the Professor. What do you think? Do you agree with Peter or with the Professor? Give an example. Send me your answer by email by Tuesday midnight.
- Answer the logic questions in the Study Guide page 23. Do not send this by email.
- Read and prepare chapters 7 and 8.
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