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11.3Vocabulary

Usestructuralanalysisofroots,affixes,synonyms,

Identifythemeaningofcommonidioms.

antonyms,andcognatestounderstandwords.

Usecontext,structure,andconnotationsto

Identifyliteraryandclassicalallusionsandfigurative

determinemeaningsofwordsandphrases

languageintext.

Discriminatebetweenconnotativeanddenotativemeaningsandinterprettheconnotation

11.4Fiction

Identifyauthor’smainideaandpurpose.

Analyzehowanauthor’sspecificwordchoicesand

syntaxsupporttheauthor’spurpose.

Summarizetextrelatingsupportingdetails.

Makepredictions,inferences,drawconclusions,and

connectpriorknowledge

Identifythecharacteristicsthatdistinguishliterary

Identifyuniversalthemesprevalentintheliteratureof

forms.

differentcultures

Useliterarytermsindescribingandanalyzing

DiscussAmericanliteratureasitreflectsthemes,

selections

motifs,universalcharacters,andgenres.

Explaintherelationshipsbetween:characters,plot,

Explainhowpoem’srhyme,rhythm,onomatopoeia,

setting,tone,pointofview,andtheme.

repetition,alliteration,assonance,andparallelism

supportsthesubject,mood,andtheme

Explaintherelationshipbetweentheauthor’sstyle

Explainhowimageryandfiguresofspeechappeal

andliteraryeffect

tothereader’ssensesandexperience

Explaintheinfluenceofhistoricalcontextonthe

Analyzetheuseofliteraryelementsincludingverbal,

form,style,andpointofviewofawork.

situationalanddramaticirony

Compareandcontrastauthor’suseofliteraryelementswithinavarietyofgenres

11.5Nonfiction

Recognizeanauthor’sintendedpurposeforwriting

Identifytextorganizationandstructure.

andidentifythemainidea.

Summarizetextrelatingsupportingdetails

Recognizeanauthor’sintendedaudienceand

purposeforwriting.

Understandthepurposeoftextstructurestolocate

Skimmanualsorinformationalsourcestolocate

informationandgainmeaning

information.

Identifycharacteristicsofexpository,technical,and

Compareandcontrastinformationaltexts.

persuasivetexts.

Identifyaposition/argumenttobeconfirmed,

Interpretinformationinmaps,charts,graphs,

disproved,ormodified.

timelines,tables,anddiagrams.

Evaluateclarityandaccuracyofinformation

completeanapplicationforcollege,fora

scholarship,orforemployment.

Analyzeandsynthesizeinformationinorder to answerquestionsorcompleteatask.

Generalizeideasfromselectionstomakepredictions

aboutothertexts.

Differentiatebetweenfactandopinion.

Drawconclusionsandmakeinferences using textualsupport

Analyzetwoormoretextsaddressingthesame

Identifyfalsepremisesinpersuasivewriting.

topictoidentifyauthors’purposeanddeterminehow

 

authorsreachsimilarordifferentconclusions

Analyzeuseofambiguity,contradiction,paradox,

irony,overstatement,andunderstatement

 

Denotation vs. Connotation

 
 

SOLReview9.3,10.311.3(C)

 

Discriminatebetweenconnotativeanddenotativemeaningsofwordsandphrases

Denotation:thedictionaryandliteralmeaningofaword

 

Connotation:theemotional/contextual/culturalmeaningattachedtoaword

 

Connotationcaneitherbe

 
 

Positive(+)

OR

Negative(­)

Example:Georgelikestosavemoneywhenshopping.AuntMyrnaisproudofGeorge.AuntWilla,by

contrast,disapprovesofeverythingGeorgedoes.AuntMyrnasays:"He’sthrifty,whileAuntWillasays:"He’s

stingy."

 
 

Bothofthesewordsrefertosavingmoney,buttheyhavedifferentconnotations.

IfweknowthedenotationisthatGeorgelikestosavemoney,whichtermhasapositiveconnotation

 

andwhichhasanegativeconnotation?

 
 

Positive(+)Connotation

Neutral(o) Denotation

Negative(­)Connotation

Ex.

 

SavingMoney

 

Readeachofthefollowingsentences.Decidefromthecontextwhetherthespeakerisshowingapprovalor

disapprovalofthetopic.Thencirclethebestwordtoputintothesentence.THEN,determinethedenotation

andconnotationofeachwordpairandplacetheminthechart.

 

1.

"Thesoonerwemoveoutofthis(home,dump),"saidJack,"thehappierI’llbe."

2.

Thiscellphoneis(expensive,overpriced),butIdon’tmindpayingextrabecauseithassomanyuseful

features.

 

3.

You’reluckytohaveWilmaonyourcommittee.Shehaslotsof(original,crazy)ideas.

4.

BossReedandhis(cronies,employees)havecontrolledthepoliticsinthiscityformorethantwenty

years.Icertainlyhopetheotherpartywinsthisyear!

 

5.

Itwasabeautifulspringday,andthe(stench,scent)ofappleblossomsfilledthewholeyard.

6.

IhopeIdon’thavetoshareanofficewithJanice.Sandratoldmehow(curious,nosy)shecanbe.

7.

"IthinkFayisanexcellentpresident,"saidtheprincipal."Shereallyknowshowto(manage,meddle)."

8.

Willyoupleaseturnyourstereooff?Ican’tconcentratewithallthat(music,noise).

 

Positive(+)Connotation

Neutral(o) Denotation

Negative(­)Connotation

1

     

2

     

3

     

4

     

5

     

6

     

7

     

8

     

Study Your Power Words

Study Your Power Words Spiralingbacktoourbenchmarks,wemissed11.3a(complexwords).Thesefifteenwordshaveprefixesor
Study Your Power Words Spiralingbacktoourbenchmarks,wemissed11.3a(complexwords).Thesefifteenwordshaveprefixesor

Spiralingbacktoourbenchmarks,wemissed11.3a(complexwords).Thesefifteenwordshaveprefixesor

rootsthatarepartofover15,000words.Thatisasmanywordsasmoststudentdictionaries!Memorizethese

wordsandthemeaningsoftheirprefixesandroots,andyouhavesignificantlyimprovedyour

vocabulary.

1.inaudible

(not,hear)

9.inspect

(in,see)

2.dismiss

(awayfrom,send)

10.epilogue

(upon,word)

3.transport

(across,carry)

11.antigen

(against,people)

4.unsubscribe

(not,under,write)

12.empathy

(in,feeling)

5.predict

(before,say)

13.intermediate

(between,middle)

6.remit

(again,send)

14.destruction

(apartfrom,build)

7.encounter

(in,against)

15.superimpose

(over,in,put)

8.offer

(against,carry)

Power Word Visual Representation

Below,choose4ofthepowerwordsfromthelistaboveanddrawapicturethatrepresentseachof

theprefixes,rootwords,andsuffixestohelpyourememberwhattheymean.

Ex: inaudible (not) (hear)

Ex: in audible (not) (hear) + = CreatedandcompiledbyWendaThompson2017 3

+

Ex: in audible (not) (hear) + = CreatedandcompiledbyWendaThompson2017 3

=

Ex: in audible (not) (hear) + = CreatedandcompiledbyWendaThompson2017 3
 

Roots and Affixes

SOLReview9.3,10.311.3(A)

Usestructuralanalysisofroots,affixes,synonyms,antonyms,andcognatestounderstandwords.

Directions:Usetheprefix,rootword,andsuffixwordbankstodefineeachofthewordsinthecentercolumn.

Yourwordsdonothavetobeexactlycorrect.Usethewordbankstodoyourbest.

 

WordBanks

Words

Definitionsutilizingwordbanks

PrefixesWordBank:

1.redundant

1.

re­

again/back

2.disperse

2.

retro­

back

3.dissect

3.

dis­

not/apart

4.proliferate

4.

 

5.exacerbate

5.

pro­

e/ex­

pre/ante­ before epi/post­ after co/com/col

before/for(infavorof)

out

together

6.explicit

7.antemeridian

8.epilogue

6.

7.

8.

9.epiphany

9.

10.collaborate

10.

sym/syn

together

11.communism

11.

anti/contra/ob/op against

12.hypocrite

12.

hypo

toolittle(under)

13.synthesis

13.

hyper/over

toomuch(over)

14.antithesis

14.

in/im

into/not

15.impotent

15.

RootWordBank:

1. antebellum

1.

bell

sound/warlike

2. belligerent

2.

pac/peas

calm(agree)

3.

pacify

3.

am/phil

like(love)

4.

appease

4.

crim

judge(accuse)

5.

ameliorate

5.

ting/tang/tact touch spec(t)/vid/vis see

6.

amiable

6.

7.

philosophy

7.

aud(it)

hear

8.logophile

8.

dict

speak

9.incriminate

9.

phon

sound

10.discrimination

10.

man

hand

11.

intangible

11.

pod/ped

foot/child

12.circumspect

12.

SuffixWordBank:

1. timely

1.

­ly

how(manner)(adv.)

2. precociously

2.

­ing

changestense(v)

3. trivializing

3.

­ism

belief(practice)(n)

4. citing

4.

­logy/­ology science/studyof(n)

5. ostracism

5.

­less

without(adj.)

6. capitalism

6.

­ful

with(tohave)(adj.)

7. polytheism

7.

­er/­est

comparative(adj.)

8. euphemism

8.

­ed/­d

changestense(v)

9. anthropology

9.

­able

able(likely)(adj.)

10. psychology

10.

Main Idea and Supporting Details with Inference

9.4a,b,l, 9.5a,h,b10.4a,b,10.5f,11.5d Identifyauthor’smainideaandpurpose./ Recognizeanauthor’sintendedpurposeforwritingandidentifythemainidea.

Anythingyoureadhastwobasicparts:amainideaandthesupportingdetailsthatexplainand

developthatidea.

Themainideaisusuallyclearlystatedinonesentenceofaselection.

However,themainideaissometimesimplied—onlysuggestedbythesupportingdetailsandnot

clearlystatedinonesentence.

Tofigureoutanimpliedmainidea,you’llneedtolookatthesupportingdetails.

Remember,aninferenceisaneducatedguess,supportedwithevidence

Directions:Foreachpassage,choosetheinferencethatmoreeffectivelysumsupthemainidea.

1.Thankstohisdashinggoodlooks,readywit,andgorgeouswife,itwasfairlyeasyforJohnF.Kennedytowinthe

Americanpublic’sheartandberememberedasahero.Incontrast,hissuccessorLyndonBainesJohnsonisoften

rememberedassomethingofabuffoon.Johnson’shangdogfaceandcrudemannermadehimseemslightlyridiculousin

theroleofpresident.YetitwasJohnsonwhopushedthroughthecivilrightslegislationthatguaranteedequalitytoall

peopleregardlessofcolor.ItwasJohnsonwhofoughtforlegislationthatguaranteedmedicalcareforthosewhocould

notaffordit.AnditwasLyndonBainesJohnson,heofthedoggyfaceandslightlyoilymanner,whodidwhatnoother

presidentbeforehaddaredtodo:HeputanAfrican­AmericanontheSupremeCourt.WhileJohnF.Kennedyhadfeared

thewrathofsegregationistsandhesitatedbeforegivingblackcivilrightslawyerThurgoodMarshallaseatontheFederal

AppealsCourt,Johnsonpaidthesegregationistsnomind.OnJune13,1967,henominatedMarshalltobecomea

memberofthehighestcourtintheland.

a.Nomatterwhathedid,LyndonBainesJohnsonwasnottakenseriouslyasacivilrightsleader.

b.TheachievementsofLyndonBainesJohnsonhavenotalwaysearnedtherespecttheydeserve.

2.FinancialgeniusJames"BigJim"Fisk(1834­1872)diedofgunshotwoundwhenhewasonlythirty­sevenyearsold.

Duringhisbrieflifetime,Fiskearnedandlosthugesumsofmoney,muchofitthroughbriberyandtheft.DuringtheCivil War,hesmuggledcottonfromtheSouthtotheNorth.Healsoprintedandsoldphonybondstogaincontrolofthewildly

profitableErieRailroad.Thenhebankruptedtherailroadwhilegainingapersonalfortuneforhimself.In1869,Fisk’s

attemptstotakeoverthegoldmarketledtofinancialpanicandthecollapseofthestockmarket.Oddlyenough,Fisk seemedratherproudofhiswickedways,saying"Somepeopleareborntobegood;otherpeopletobebad.Iwasbornto bebad."Aloveroftheladies,FiskwaskilledinafightwitharivalovertheaffectionsofactressJosieMansfield.(Source

ofinformation:Armentoetal.,AMorePerfectUnion,p.472)

a.BigJimFisklikedprettywomenalittletoomuchforhisowngood.

b.Inhispursuitofwealth,JamesFiskneverletlawormoralitystandinhisway.

c.JamesFiskdidnothavealonglife,butthatdidnotstophimfrommakingagreatdealofmoney.

Supporting Details

Directions:Identifythesupportingdetailthatdoesnotsupportthemainideaexpressedinthetopicsentence.Readeach

sentenceandchecktoseeifitfurtherclarifiesorprovesanyword,phrase,orclaiminthetopicsentence.Thesentence

thatdoesnotfulfillanyofthesefunctionsisthecorrectanswer.

TopicSentence:Beliefintraditionalreligion,alongwithchurchattendance,hasbeendecliningintheUnitedStates,but spiritualityisaliveandwellandtakingmanydifferentforms.

1.Whichsentencedoesnotsupportthistopicsentence?

a.InMemphis,anEpiscopalchurchaddedaspecialandveryuntraditionalservicethatblendsancientIrish musicwithcommunion.

b.Oneoftheresultsoftheimmigrationreformof1965wasthatimmigrationbroughtwithitnewreligious

practicesthattookholdintheU.S.

c.Outof1,004AmericanspolledbyNewsweekandBeliefnet.com,57percentsaidthatspiritualitywasan

importantpartoftheirlives.

d.Inthesamepoll,70percentsaidthattheirspousessharedtheirbeliefs.

The Relationship Between Author’s Style and Literary Effect

 

10.4b,10.5f,11.5d

 

Explaintherelationshipbetweentheauthor’sstyleandliteraryeffect

*ThewordCONVEYmeanstoSHOW

 

TheLakeIsleofInnisfree

 

1.Whatisconveyedbytheimageryin

byWilliamButlerYeats

 

stanza3ofthepoem?

1

Iwillariseandgonow,andgotoInnisfree,

A. Steadfastnessandlonging

Andasmallcabinbuildthere,ofclayandwattlesmade:

 

B. Disappointmentandfutility

Ninebean­rowswillIhavethere,ahiveforthehoneybee,

C. Overwhelminggratitude

Andlivealoneinthebee­loudglade.

 

D. Melancholyreflection

5

AndIshallhavesomepeacethere,forpeacecomesdropping

E. Enthusiasmandoptimism

slow,

Droppingfromtheveilsofthemorningtowherethecricketsings;

2.Thealliterationinline10ofthepoem

Theremidnight’sallaglimmer,andnoonapurpleglow,

 

servesto­­

Andeveningfullofthelinnet’swings.

 

A. Beannoyingtothereader

 

B. Helpthereaderhearthelake

Iwillariseandgonow,foralwaysnightandday

 

C. Showthereaderliteraryterm

10

Ihearlakewaterlappingwithlowsoundsbytheshore;

WhileIstandontheroadway,oronthepavementsgrey,

 

D. Conveythethemeofthepassage

Ihearitinthedeepheart’score.

 

Readthisexcerptandanswerthecorrespondingquestion:

3.Whichfeelingsareconveyedinthis

excerpt?Fromthislist,choosethecorrect

Beforethearcticsurveyorscouldcontinuetheirwork,theyhad

answersandcheckthemoff.

toensurethesafetyofthedogsandagreetothetermsof

A.Consideration

exploringunknown,possiblydangerousareasinthetundra.

B.Optimism

C.Fright

D.Indifference

E.Caution

DiscoveringaTreasureWorthMillions

 

4.Whichfourwordsfromthisexcerpt

Readthisparagraph:

conveytheauthor’sintenttocapturethe

Thompsondevelopedan

interest

inunderwater

salvage
salvage

asa

creativeabilitiesandpersistenceofTommy

youngman.Hequicklybecame

determined

tofindawayto

Thompson?Youmustselectallfourcorrect

explore

wrecks.Inthemid1980s,whenThompson

wordsforyouranswertobecorrect.

deep­sea exploratory
deep­sea
exploratory

beganhis

forays,noaccurateequipmentwas

 

Ainterest

available.SoThompsonandhiscrew

developed

theirown.They

Bsalvage

 

Cdetermined

devised
devised

ahuge

remote
remote

operatingvehicleweighingover6,000

poundsandequippeditwith

Ddeep­sea

Eexploratory

Fdeveloped

Gdevised

Hremote

SOL Passage Reading Strategies

READALLDIRECTIONSBEFOREBEGINNINGTHISASSIGNMENT:

1. Readthepassage.

2. Neareveryparagraph(ontheleft),writeasummaryofonlythatparagraph­­Thisiswhattheauthoris

SAYING. Highlightkeyinformation.Thisincludesimportantcharacters,ideas,events,and/ortermsand explainhowtheywereimportant.Whoorwhatwasittalkingabout?Whereandwhendidittakeplace?What happened? (Choose1perparagraph)

a. Worth10points

3. Neareveryparagraph(ontheright),analyzetheparagraph­­ThisiswhattheauthorisDOING.Didthey

useanyfigurativelanguage?Why?Whatisthepointofview?Wasthereanyrepetition?Whydidtheauthor

dothat?Write:Theauthoruses

sectiontitles,citations,punctuation,evidence,italics,boldfont,etc.)toshow/explain

(repetition,POV,figurativelanguage,

a. Worth10Points

4. Highlight/underlineyourquestionsforWHATthequestionisaskingyouandWHEREtofindtheanswer.

a. Worth11points

5. Answerallofthemultiple­choicequestions.

a. Worth11points

6. Below,writeanoverallsummaryoftheentirepassageBEFOREansweringyourquestions .Thisislookingforthebasicpointsofplot(fiction)orthemainidea(nonfiction). a. Worth10points

7. YoumayREADthepassagewithapartner.YoumayHIGHLIGHTyourpassageandquestionswithapartner.

However,youmustANSWEReachquestionALONE.Seethenextpageforthepassage.

Summary:

Paired Passages: Dylan Thomas & Robert Hayden

Donotgogentleintothatgoodnight

ThoseWinterSundays

DylanThomas,1914­1953

RobertHayden,1913­1980

1

Donotgogentleintothatgoodnight,

1 Sundaystoomyfathergotupearly andputhisclothesonintheblueblackcold, thenwithcrackedhandsthatached fromlaborintheweekdayweathermade 5 bankedfiresblaze.Nooneeverthankedhim.

Oldageshouldburnandraveatcloseofday;

Rage,rageagainstthedyingofthelight.

4Thoughwisemenattheirendknowdarkisright,

 

Becausetheirwordshadforkednolightningthey

Donotgogentleintothatgoodnight.

 
 

I’dwakeandhearthecoldsplintering,breaking.

7

Goodmen,thelastwaveby,cryinghowbright

Whentheroomswerewarm,he’dcall,

Theirfraildeedsmighthavedancedinagreenbay,

Rage,rageagainstthedyingofthelight.

andslowlyIwouldriseanddress,

fearingthechronicangersofthathouse,

10Wildmenwhocaughtandsangthesuninflight,

 

Andlearn,toolate,theygrieveditonitsway,

10 Speakingindifferentlytohim, whohaddrivenoutthecold andpolishedmygoodshoesaswell. WhatdidIknow,whatdidIknow oflove’saustereandlonelyoffices?

Donotgogentleintothatgoodnight.

13Gravemen,neardeath,whoseewithblindingsight

 

Blindeyescouldblazelikemeteorsandbegay,

Rage,rageagainstthedyingofthelight.

16Andyou,myfather,thereonthesadheight,

 
 

Curse,bless,menowwithyourfiercetears,Ipray.

Donotgogentleintothatgoodnight.

Rage,rageagainstthedyingofthelight.

1.Whichofthefollowingbestparaphrasesthetheme

6.Thomas’srepetitionof“Rage,rageagainstthedying

of“DoNotGoGentleIntoThatGoodNight”?

ofthelight”elicitswhatemotioninthereader?

AMenshouldfightdeathforthesakeoftheirfamilies.

FSympathywiththespeaker’spassion

BEventhoughdeathisinevitable,oneshouldnotjustgive

GEmpathyforthedyingfather

intoit.

HFrustrationwiththerepetition

CDeathisafactoflifeandshouldbeacceptedratherthan

JContemptforthespeaker’stone

denied.

DDeathisablindingrealityforwiseandgoodmen.

­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­ 7.In“DoNotGoGentle ,”allthefollowingmetaphors areusedfordeathexcept—

FLine1–“thatgoodnight” HLine4–“dark”

­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­ 2.Line8of“DoNotGoGentle ”(“Theirfraildeeds mighthavedancedinagreenbay,”)isanexampleof whichofthefollowingliterarydevices?

GLine2–“closeofday”

JLine16–“thesadheight”

­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­

AParadox

CPersonification

8.Whichofthefollowingbestparaphrasesthetheme

BSymbolism

DMetaphor

of“ThoseWinterSundays”? FItissadwhenafatherbuildsawarmfireonacold morningandisnotthankedforit. GChildrenareoftenindifferenttoparentswhenthey liveinahousefullofanger. HAwarmfireonacoldmorningissometimes frighteningaswellascomforting. JSimpleactsofcare­givingrevealalovethatmaynot beverballycommunicated. ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­ 9. Ifyouweretowritearesearchpaperthatcompares thesetwopoems,whichofthefollowingresources wouldbemosthelpfulindocumentingyoursources? AIndexesandIndexing BLongmanCompaniontoTwentiethCenturyLiterature CAmericanPoetsfromthePuritanstothePresent Day DMLAHandbookforWritersofResearchPapers

­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­

3.“ThoseWinterSundays”isanexampleof—

Ablankverse

Caballad

Bfreeverse

Dasonnet

­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­

4.Thebreakbetweenstanzas1and2in“ThoseWinter

Sundays”indicates—

Athebeginningofanewparagraph

Bthepoet’sintentionthatthereaderpause

Cashiftinthespeaker’sfocus

Danadherencetopoeticform

­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­

5.In“ThoseWinterSundays,”Haydenusesimagesof

hardship(e.g.,“blueblackcold,”“crackedhandsthatached

fromlabor,”and“drivenoutthecold”)toelicitwhichemotion

inthereader?

FCompassion

HRage

GJoy

JFrustration

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posting0100393.VirginiaTechhasastrongcommitmenttotheprinciplesofdiversity,inclusion,and

tomaintainingaworkandlearningenvironmentthatisfreeofallformsofdiscrimination.Itisthe

recipientofaNationalScienceFoundationADVANCEInstitutionalAwardtoincreasethe

participationofwomeninacademicscienceandengineeringcareers.VirginiaTechisanEqual

Opportunity/AffirmativeActionInstitution.

HowtoApplyforthisJob

Applicationsmustbesubmittedonlinetohttp://jobs.vt.eduforpostingnumber0100393.Applicant

screeningwillbeginOctober01,2010andcontinueuntilthepositionisfilled.Applicationsshould

include:(i)acurriculumvitae,(ii)apersonalstatement(maximumthreepages)statingthe

applicant'sinterestsandvisionbothfortheengineeringeducationfieldandtheDepartmentof

 

EngineeringEducation,and(iii)namesandcontactinformationforatleastfivereferences.

Referenceswillonlybecontactedforthosecandidateswhoarebeingconsideredforon­campus

interviews.

EmployeeCategory

Instructional/ResearchFaculty

AppointmentType

Regular

FLSAStatus:

Exempt:Noteligibleforovertime

FacultyRank

Professor

TenureStatus(FacultyOnly)

Tenured

AcademicYearorCalendar

CalendarYear

Year

PercentEmployment

FullTime

Department

EngineeringEducation

College/Sr.Management

CollegeofEngineering

WorkLocation

Blacksburg

WorkSchedule:

WorkaccordingtoAdministrativeandInstructionaldemands

II.SearchPlan

06­19­2010

JobPostingDate

ReviewBeginDate

10­01­2010

Restrictedtouniversity

No

employeesonly?

Documentsthatmustbe

Resume/CurriculumVita,CoverLetter,CandidateStatement,ListofReferences

associatedwiththisposting

4.VirginiaTechwillcontactallreferencesofallapplicants.

5.WhichofthefollowingisNOToneoftherequired

 

TrueorFalse?

documentsforapplication?

 

A.True

 

A.Listofreferences

B.Videopersonal

B.False

statement

 

C.Resume

D.CoverLetter

6.Thejobresponsibilitiesofthispositionareallofthe

7.TheUniversitywouldpreferacandidateforthejobwith

 

followingEXCEPT?

   

A.Implementengineeringeducationresearch­driven

 

A.Priorteachingandresearchexperience

 

pedagogy

B.SeveraladvanceddegreesfromVirginiaTech

B.Publishonearticlepermonthinascholarlyjournal

C.Noexperienceasanadministrator,sotheycan

C.LeadtheDepartmentofEngineeringEducation

shapethenewperson

 

D.Worktoelevatethereputationoftheprogram

D.Priorexperienceworkingintheengineeringfieldas

8.Thisjobisa

 

job.

acontractor

 
 

A.Part­time

 

9.Whatacademicqualificationsarepreferred?

 

B.Full­time

 

A.ABachelor’sdegree

C.Full­timewithpotentialforovertime

B.AMaster’sdegreeinengineering

 

D.Part­timewithpotentialforovertime

C.ADoctoratedegreewithplentyofexperience

D.Ahighschooldiploma

7.TheDepartmentofEngineeringEducationhas_Ph.D.

4.Applicantsforthispositionmustapply

 

students.

 

A.Inperson

B.Online

A.5

B.25

C.17

D.1400

C.Throughthemail

D.Overthephone

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