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Tutor profile: Sarah I.

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Sarah I.
Media and Cultural Studies Graduate, Minor in Social Entrepreneurship
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Subject: Writing

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Question:

How can I make the reader form an emotional connection to my character?

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Answer:

You can incorporate the character's sensory experiences into the story. Describing the things your character sees, smells, touches, and tastes will help the reader recognize the character as a fully-formed person.

Subject: English

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Read the example and write a similar conversation between "A" and "B". Ex. leaving/sick A: I'm leaving school because I'm feeling sick. B: Did you get a note from the nurse? 1. over/house 2. yesterday/park

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Answer:

1. A. I'm going over to my friend's house. B. What time will you be back? 2. A. Yesterday I took a walk in the park. B. Did you go with a friend?

Subject: Digital Media

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Question:

How does the portrayal of Victor as an angry young man in the film "Smoke Signals" perpetuate certain stereotypes about Native American.

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Sarah I.
Answer:

Victor's seemingly inherent anger fuels the stereotype that Native Americans are stoic people that do not experience emotions in the same way non-Natives do.

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