Florida National University F

POETRY BOOK ASSIGNMENTFor this assignment, you will be working on your very own poetry book with poems that you have written yourself. Each of your poems will follow a common theme, provide a rationale (explanation as to why you chose that theme to talk about), and an explanation for each of your poems. At the end of this assignment, you will recite one of your poems by memory, record it, and upload it to a FlipGrid assignment. All students must use Google Docs to work on this poetry book through the Google Classroom assignment, this way I can check your progress throughout the process to make sure that you are on task.

***Please be warned that any student who tries to cheat or copy a poem from online and is caught will receive a “Z” for all assessment grades associated with this assignment. ***

This project will be worth the following:

  • Progress checks up until the day that the project is due
    • 3 assessment grades for the completed poetry book

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  • Cover page including your name, period number, date, and title of your poetry book
  • Table of Contents indicating what is on each page
  • Poems must have a common theme and a rationale at the beginning of the book that explains why you chose that theme for your poems.
    • Minimum 10 sentences
  • 4 poems each with titles
    • 2 free verse poem with 15 lines minimum
    • 2 poem using a poetic form (examples can be found on shadowpoetry.com)
  • Each poem MUST use 4 poetic devices
    • Each poetic device must be labeled (highlight and leave comment on the margin of the document)
      • An explanation of each poem must be provided, explaining the theme in detail, the devices, tone, mood, and why you chose to write it.
        • Minimum 5 sentences each
      • Format
        • Typed
        • Font style: your choice as long as it is not in characters or cursive
        • Font size: between 11 pts. – 16 pts.
        • Each page must be numbered on the top-right hand corner
        • Pictures and decorations are encouraged, but are not mandatory

Florida National University F

  1. Question 1

    4 PointsWhere in the Sun do fusion reactions happen?

  2. Question 2

    4 PointsThe corona and chromosphere are hotter than the photosphere.

  3. Question 3

    4 PointsHow does the Sun’s mass compare to Earth’s mass?

  4. Question 4

    4 PointsThe temperature of the Sun’s core is about 20,000 K.

  5. Question 5

    4 PointsThe core of the Sun is

  6. Question 6

    4 PointsThe chromosphere is the layer of the Sun that we see as its visible surface.

  7. Question 7

    4 PointsWhich is closest to the temperature of the Sun’s core?

  8. Question 8

    4 PointsWhich of the following correctly describes how the process of gravitational contraction can make a star hot?

  9. Question 9

    4 PointsBy what process does the Sun generate energy?

  10. Question 10

    4 PointsAlthough the Sun does not generate energy by gravitational contraction today, this energy-generation mechanism was important when the Sun was forming.

  11. Question 11

    4 PointsWhat is the diameter of the disk of the Milky Way?

  12. Question 12

    4 PointsWhat do we mean by the interstellar medium?

  13. Question 13

    4 PointsThe Sun is located near the edge of our galaxy, approximately 100,000 light-years from the galactic center.

  14. Question 14

    4 PointsHow does the diameter of the disk of Milky Way Galaxy compare to its thickness?

  15. Question 15

    4 PointsOn a dark summer night in the northern hemisphere, we can see the Milky Way, but we can’t see the center of the Milky Way. Why not?

  16. Question 16

    4 PointsWhat kinds of objects lie in the halo of our galaxy?

  17. Question 17

    4 PointsHow do we know the total mass of the Milky Way Galaxy that is contained within the Sun’s orbital path?

  18. Question 18

    4 PointsWhat do we call the bright, sphere-shaped region of stars that occupies the central few thousand light-years of the Milky Way Galaxy?

  19. Question 19

    4 Points This diagram represents an edge-on view of our Milky Way Galaxy. Of the four labeled stars, which one is located in what we call the halo of the galaxy? An edge-on view of the Milky Way galaxy with four regions labeled.

  20. Question 20

    4 PointsMost stars in the Milky Way’s halo are ________.

  21. Question 21

    4 PointsWhere does most star formation occur in the Milky Way today?

  22. Question 22

    4 PointsWhat do halo stars do differently from disk stars?

  23. Question 23

    4 PointsWhy do sunspots appear dark?

  24. Question 24

    4 PointsHow is the sunspot cycle directly relevant to us here on Earth?

  25. Question 25

    4 Points The dark spots in this photo (such as the one indicated by the arrow) represent what we call: A picture of the Sun.

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