There are actually FOUR scenes taking place simultaneously in Chapter 3: Mond is in the garden talking to the children, Lenina and Fanny are having a discussion after work as they get ready for their evening, Bernard and others are leaving work, and snippets of hynopaedia are interspersed between the other three scenes. On a TV or movie screen, these scenes might either flip back and forth from one to the other, or they might be presented in four boxes on the same screen to show you they are all happening at the same time. In a text, only one scene can appear at a time, and there are no visual clues to tell you which scene you are dealing with. Because of this, you must figure out which scene you are dealing with before you can actually figure out how the action of the scene fits in with what happened previously in the same scene.
To help you with this, I have broken chapter 3 into its four separate scenes so you only have to deal with one scene at a time. The chapter file has embedded questions and notes to help you understand what is really important about each scene. You will read all four scenes (together, they make up chapter 3). You will answer the numbered questions in the file (you do not need to do anything with the Notes except read them). You will submit your answers to the questions in in Turnitin.
For today’s assignment, follow these steps:
- Download the file for Chapter 3 with the different scenes separated and the answer sheet (BNW Ch 3 Divided Analysis 4 Parts.docx AND BNW Ch 3 Divided Analysis 4 Parts Answer Sheet.docx).
- Read all 4 portions of Chapter 3 and answer the questions about each portion of the text IN THE ANSWER SHEET, NOT IN THE TEXT FILE.
- Submit your assignment to U5L3A1 BNW Ch. 3 Analysis in Turnitin today before 11:59 PM.