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CUTIE

Note:
The presentation of your work counts!

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Remember to include your name, class, date and

the

title.

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Use the letter size 12 and double space between lines. (In case you have no computer
available, make sure your handwriting is neat and legible.
)

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Follow the guidelines listed in step 2 and 3 to make sure that your work includes all the
necessary elements.

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When answering the questions, use complete sentences and make an effort to employ wide
range of specific vocabulary.

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Do not copy answers f
rom the text (Present the required information using your own words if
possible.)

Step 1:


read the text

Step 2:


write down and translate new vocabulary

Step 3:


answer the questions listed below

Question 1:

What words and ideas does the picture on pag
e 116 evoke for you?

(Write an answer of 2
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3 lines)

Question 2
: Read the first 2 lines of the text. Why is Cutie special?

(Write an answer of 1
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2 lines)

Question 3:

Read the rest of the first paragraph and explain the situation, using the following
words:
humans, robots, station, solar energy, planets.

(Write an answer of 3
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4 lines)

Question 4:
Read from line 9 to line 18. What is Cutie’s preoccupation? Does he accept Powell’s
explanation? Why, for what reason?

(Write an answer of 2
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3 lines)

Question 5:

Rea
d from line 19 to line 32. What ‘good reason’ does Cutie give to justify his point
of view?

(Write an answer of 2
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3 lines)

Question 6:

Read the rest of the text. What scenario has Cutie imagined to explain his existence
and his role? What are the consequen
ces for the two humans?

(Write an answer of 3
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4 lines)

Question 7:

The real identity of the robot is Q.T., but Powell calls it Cutie. What does it mean?
Find how this adjective applies to Q.T. What image of robots is given here?

(Write an answer of 2
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3 lin
es)