Prompt:
As a group, your job is to construct a planet that represents our school. Notice how St-Exupery uses the innocence of the Little Prince to illustrate and criticize some of the hypocrisies or ironies of the adult world.  Now the Little Prince will visit your world. What will he see? What questions will he ask? What will he find funny or sad or simply ridiculous? Keep your focus narrow, but don’t be afraid to ask the hard questions and go deep. Deceptively simple, The Little Prince analyzes the adult world with keen understanding. Don’t mistake simple for superficial.
Write your paper as if you were St-Exupery himself. Use the same perspective, narrative voice, and dialogue to tell the story of the Little Prince’s visit to MCPHS. The closer you imitate St-Exupery’s style, the more you’ll prove your understanding of his writing. Keep in mind that St-Exupery uses a lot of symbols and metaphors to communicate seemingly simple ideas with a lot of depth and complexity. Writing a story that effectively communicates your message without oversimplifying your ideas is difficult, and requires skill and hard work.
Your Job:
Since this is a group project, my job is to write just the portion of the chapter. I want to follow the style of writing in chapter XII of the Little Prince, which talks about the drunkard. My group is going to talk about students’ procrastination. You would know how many students keep procrastinating, even though they decided not to do that after they took past exams. We thought that these students are similar with drunkard because drunkard is ashamed of his drinking but he keeps drinking. My job is only to write the beginning of the chapter. I’m thinking of writing about a student sitting down, taking out the computer, opening up the school page, but ending up accessing Facebook , like that. Please read and follow the prompt I wrote above carefully and I want you to write about these things imitating St-Exupery’s style. I recommend you to read the chapter XII before you start writing this!
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As a group, your job is to construct a planet that represents our school. Notice how St-Exupery uses the innocence of the Little Prince to illustrate and criticize some of the hypocrisies or ironies of the adult world. Now the Little Prince will visit your world. What will he see? What questions will he ask? What will he find funny or sad or simply ridiculous? Keep your focus narrow, but don’t be afraid to ask the hard questions and go deep. Deceptively simple, The Little Prince analyzes the adult world with keen understanding. Don’t mistake simple for superficial

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