Part I: Answer the following questions on Bradford. (These are the same questions from the Observe page.)
1. In complete sentence format, listthree specific details you learned about William Bradford from this reading.
2. In two sentences, explain why you think Bradford is significant in American history.
3. What personal tragedyoccurred while the Mayflower was anchored off Provincetown Harbor? (Remember, use complete sentences please)
Part II: Write your own journal entry! (Remember 3 paragraphs of 6 sentences each) Havefun with it!
Write your own journal entry using the information below. Choose one of the following perspectives:
LESSON 1.05 Jonathan Edwards
1. Explain the mood of this passage.
2. Usingspecific examples, give one example of a metaphor, one example of a simile, and one example of an allusion that Edwards uses in this passage from the sermon to elicit this particular mood.Metaphor: A metaphor is a comparison of two unlike things without the use of like or as. For example: In the sermon the metaphor of loathsome insects describes sinners. The congregation's righteousness iscompared to a spider's web. God is compared to an archer. What metaphor is used for Hell in the italicized passage?
Simile: A simile is a comparison of two unlike things using like or as. Forexample: "The wrath of God is like great waters that are dammed for the present." What similes are used in the italicized passage?
Allusion: An allusion is a reference to someone or something that isknown from history, literature, religion, politics, sports, science, or some other branch of culture. Puritan writing makes allusions or references to specific passages from the Bible. As you read thesermon, locate the allusions to biblical verses and figures.
3. What specific words (minimum of three) does he choose to make his tone clear?
4. What images (pictures in the listeners' mind)...