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Copy of Answering a Crossover Question

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Mary Acosta

on 26 March 2014

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Transcript of Copy of Answering a Crossover Question

Crossover

- Umbrella / APE-T-PEC
(Used when the prompt asks to compare or reflect about 2 different pieces of literature or poetry)

Answer the Question
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Conclusion
APE-T-PEC
Take the first piece of Literature
Answer
Prove
Explain
Transition (Likewise, similarly etc.)
Then go to your second piece of literature
Prove
Explain
Conclusion
Crossover Short Answer Question (SAQ)

How does the idea of community service apply to both "Never a better Time for
Volunteerism" and "Litany"? Support your answer with evidence from both selections.
In
both the editorial "Never a Better Time for Volunteerism" and the poem "Litany" there is an idea that community service means taking care of things that are overlooked by society.
In
the editorial, the author writes, "...they accomplish a huge amount of work that a small city like Duchesne could not accomplish...." to show that the work would otherwise not be done.
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olunteers do the things that are not budgeted by city governments.
Likewise
in "Litany", Langston Hughes writes,"Gather up/...Those who expect/No love from above." to show that volunteers take care of those who least expect it. This makes a lot of sense to me because after Hurricane Katrina, I saw many people on the news who donated money,time, clothing, bottled water, and food for the victims.
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