Monday, November 8, 2010

Big Picture Questions with All Quiet motifs

Using the example on the overhead, between you and your partner, record a motif-inspired question over All Quiet on the Western Front.  Be sure to indicate the motif from which your question originated, i.e. "Chance--to what extent does chance govern our survival?".

Be sure to record both you and your partners' names (just first name and last initial) below your question. 

Also, DO NOT repeat someone else's question.

When you finish, continue reading ch. 7.

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  7. Bonds- How can something that takes away everything (war), create something so precious?

    Anthony L.

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  12. Motif: life at home

    How dose war affect life at home and age.

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  13. how dose the war effect the mind

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  19. Alec and Dominika

    outside of war, how do veterans think and feel?

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  22. Death is all around in the story, people close to the main characters die even from the start of the book, and they just keep getting picked off through out the story. their is also a lot of dead bodies and killing through out the story. the death affects the characters because the people that died were people close to them and people who were close to them

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  23. Motif-Change

    Question- How has the war changed everybody in the story?

    Brandon J. (BJ) Berny A. (BA)

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  34. Motif: Death

    How does death alter a person's opinion about war?

    Mackenzie and Jamie

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  35. How does the mind switch from being human to being amimalistic like instinct?

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  37. Animals-
    "Why do animals always get in the way?"

    By: Ronald H. Mike S. and Kyle F.

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  39. How does luck affect the out come of certain people in survival situations and times of war


    motif: luck

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  41. How does food and the animals in chapter six act as motifs for the chapter, and how do they relate to the characters in the story?

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  42. Katie Hogan & Travis Splawn

    Why do humans switch to animalistic instincts during threatening situations.

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  43. Luck--Can you survive only on luck when it comes to life or death situations?

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  45. How does the war effect the values in life?

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  46. HOW DO CHARACTERS IN CHAPTER SIX RELATE TO THE WAR AND THE ANIMALS INTERTWINED?


    LOVE, ALEX AND MICHAEL!!!!!!!!!!

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  47. My motif is games. How do games allow ignorance of the world around us.

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  48. How are animals motifs in chapter six?

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  49. Experience- How much will having more experience than replacement soldiers help you in the war?

    -Kai and Colton

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  50. Motif: Animals

    Question: In what ways are men and animals similar and why?

    Ben H and Katie R

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  51. Motif- Games
    How do games relate to war?

    Carson Mack and Briana Haubenschild

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  52. Animals- Why should men be treated like animals in a time of war?
    By: Jose Cancanon
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    Brandin Pine

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  53. Animals (Horses)-How have the ways that horses and soldiers died affected the war and the soldiers fighting in war?
    Hannah E. and Lauren D.

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  54. Death:

    Why do people fear death?

    Courtney and Krissy

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  55. Death:

    How does death influence the decision of ones fate.

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  56. motif: animals

    To what extent can people act like animals?

    -Courtney J. And Jenny R,

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  57. Motif: Death
    Does death occur to the mind when going into war for a soldier?

    -Mackenzie and Jamie

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  58. motif:
    Animals


    why do people always think of humans as a wild animals when it comes to food?

    ANNA S. AND ANNDI P.

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  59. How does experiences with the war change the soldier's mindset?

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  60. Motif:Food

    Why does the need for food make people do bad things?


    Sam Marley & Jake Vadakin

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  61. Kat is a father figure. Why does he act as a father figure?

    Motif: The parachute lights. How could the [parachute lights be so important because they keep being mentioned.

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  62. motif: luck

    Why do soldiers need good luck on and off the battlefield?

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  63. To what extent does death effect the mind?



    Lizzie and Bria

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  64. Motif:Coffins
    Why do people in war when close to death see coffins.

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  65. Motif; Death

    How does the view on death differ from war to outside everyday life? And why?

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