Jane Eyre

  • Jane Eyre Assessment

    Literature and the Arts

    Literature and art are two integral elements of society.  For this project, you are asked to make a connection between multimedia (art, quote, song/poem)and Jane Eyre.

    1. Art:  Choose an art medium to connect with Jane Eyre.  Be certain to cite the artist and title of the piece.  Find a singular passage OR multiple quotes/passages from various sections of the novel that directly correlate your choice of medium.  Focus on a specific literary element such as characterization, symbolism, theme, or literary theory (feminism is a popular choice for this novel) and connect it to your choice of art.  You must include chapters and/or page numbers.
    2. Quote:  Select a quote that embodies all that Jane Eyre represents.  This can be taken directly from the novel or can be from an outside source (however, please stay away from literary criticisms).  
    3. Song/Poem: You must have an outline (if a visual) or an annotation of the song to demonstrate textual connections between the novel and your art form.   Consider it like your “talking points”.   
    4. Presentation:  Using powerpoint or another presentation method (prezi is a fun option!), have a copy of your medium  (meaning, copy the lyrics of the song, a copy of the painting, specific quote, etc.).    
    5. Defend your connections to the class in an oral presentation .  There is no time requirement for this presentation; however, be certain to explicitly demonstrate your understanding of the novel through your selection.
    6. Due date:  Monday Oct 7th  

     

    Grading Criteria

    • Creative choice of medium – save a copy your presentation with your visual or lyrics to the shared drive or to Google Docs
    • Focus on a literary element
    • Textual evidence that supports artistic connection – specific chapters/page numbers
    • Annotation or outline comparing art, quote, and song to the Jane Eyre
    • Presentation skills – volume, eye contact, poise, etc.

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