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- This worksheet will serve as a practice activity for your Project 1 submission. In the first column of the worksheet, you will find the questions from Project 1. In the second column of the worksheet, you will find strategies and answers to those questions, based on an artifact from the humanities: the song “All Shook Up,” written by Otis Blackwell and sung by Elvis Presley. After reviewing the strategies and the examples of answers provided, practice answering these questions in the third column, based on the artifact you chose for Project 1 in learning block 2-4.
- Note: You will be submitting your Project 1 artifact chart in learning block 6-1, so take this opportunity to identify any questions you may struggle with and reach out to your instructor with any questions or concerns you have.
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HUM 100 4-3 Worksheet Question (from Project 1) Potential Strategies for Answering Questions I. Describe the artifact in detail. For instance, how would you describe it to someone who could not see it? [You practiced this 2-4-1 Short Answer: Seeing Your Artifact in a New Light.] Your response might include basic and technical details about the artifact, such as its medium, who made it, where it comes from, and what area of the humanities it belongs to: “All Shook Up” is an American rock-and-roll song, written by Otis Blackwell and sung by Elvis Presley, recorded and released in 1957. The song is approximately two minutes long. You could also describe what the artifact depicts, what it is about: In the song Elvis sings about the symptoms that he is experiencing from being in love and how they affect him physically and mentally when he