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STUDENT ACTIVITY SHEET NO. 5


(Individual Task)

Subject: _________________________________________________________________________
Topic: _________________________________________________________________________
Name: _________________________________ Date Given: ______________________
Due Date: ______________________

Learning Competencies:
● Paraphrase/explain a text using one’s word/s.
● Quote a passage using proper citation

I.
1. Read the provided abstract.
2. Using the various techniques of paraphrasing, paraphrase the text.

Abstract 1

Consumers today do not only seek to satisfy their needs any more, they also seek to create the
experience and symbols. One of the most important aspects of consumption that allows individual
expression is clothing. Since the clothing is able to provide the information of one's social status,
personality, or attractiveness, clothing can be defined as the medium of communication which provides
the wide array of social information. Among all demographic segments, teenagers are the most
sensitive group when it comes to clothing since today's teenagers present themselves as the 'trend
setters' who are going to accept new trends faster than anyone. Authors assume that current cultural
trends will be better illustrated by this group. Furthermore, they represent experimental consumers who
are 'fancy' to explore many new things. Therefore, teenagers are a very suitable marketing target group,
but very hard to analyse and predict.

Source: “Symbolic Consumption in Teenagers’ Clothing [abstract]” by Andrijana Vasic-Nikcevic et. al


(https://www.researchgate.net/publication/338459690_Symbolic_Consumption_in_Teenagers%27_Clothing)

Activity Output

Place your paraphrased abstract in the box below.

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The shoppers nowadays seek to generate the experience and symbols not to seek their satisfy need
any more. Clothing is one of the foremost aspects of consumption that grant individual manner. Since the
clothing is up to provide data of one’s social status, personality, or charm, it can be interpreting as the medium
of communication that provides social data. Among all demographic segments, group of the sensitive youths
are the foremost when it comes to clothing since these days’ youths present themselves as the `trend setters’
they getting to settle new trend quicker. Authors assume that current cultural are higher illustrated by this
cluster. Moreover, they represent experimental customers who are `fancy’ to explore several new things,
Therefore, youths are precisely fit selling target cluster, however dreadfully to analyze and predict.

Source: “Symbolic Consumption in Teenagers’ Clothing [abstract]” by Andrijana Vasic-Nikcevic et. al


(https://www.researchgate.net/publication/338459690_Symbolic_Consumption_in_Teenagers%27_Clothing)

Abstract 2

Traffic accidents are considered a public health problem and demonstrate various causative factors
including sleep deprivation, time and number of hours driving without rest, drugs with sedative action
(anxiolytics, hypnotics, tricyclic antidepressants and antihistamines), sleep disorders (OSAS,
narcolepsy), and alcohol consumption. There is a growing concern on health and safety in the
Transport Sector regarding drivers showing high risk of incidents of drowsiness on their job
performance. Excessive sleepiness in drivers of public service is often due to the change of the
circadian rhythm and a high frequency of SAOS. Excessive sleepiness and sleep deprivation are
considered high risk factors for development of suicidal ideation and behavior. 

Source: “Sleep problems and road accidents [abstract]” by Miranda Nava Gabriel 
(https://www.researchgate.net/publication/328121274_Sleep_problems_and_road_accidents)

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Activity Output

Place your paraphrased abstract in the box below.

Transport sector have a develop concern on health and safety as to drivers shows high risk of incidents
of tiredness to their job. Public services like drivers is often to change of circadian rhythm and high frequency
of SAOS due to unnecessary sleepiness. Public health considered traffic accidents as a problem and illustrate
different causative factors as well as sleep deprivation, time and number of hours driving without rest, drugs
with calmative actions, sleep disorders, and alcohol consumption. Unnecessary sleepiness and lack of sleep are
considered as a suicidal ideation and behavior.

Source: “Sleep problems and road accidents [abstract]” by Miranda Nava Gabriel 
(https://www.researchgate.net/publication/328121274_Sleep_problems_and_road_accidents)

Rubric for Grading

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II.

Read the following passages. Then, write your own paragraphs showing your understanding of the
passages using both paraphrasing and quoting. Your paragraphs should be written in no less than 250
words.

Passage 1
Excerpt from “The Poet, the Physician and the Birth of the Modern Vampire” by
Andrew McConnell Stott, published on October 16, 2014

A vampire is a thirsty thing, spreading metaphors like antigens through its victim’s blood. It is a rare
situation that is not revealingly defamiliarized by the introduction of a vampiric motif, whether it be
migration and industrial change in Dracula, adolescent sexuality in Twilight, or racism in True Blood.
Beyond undead life and the knack of becoming a bat, the vampire’s true power is its ability to induce
intense paranoia about the nature of social relations to ask, “who are the real bloodsuckers?”

This is certainly the case with the first fully realized vampire story in English, John William Polidori’s
1819 story, “The Vampyre.” It is Polidori’s text that establishes the vampire as we know it via a
reimagining of the feral mud-caked creatures of southeastern European legend as the elegant and
magnetic denizens of cosmopolitan assemblies and polite drawing rooms. "The Vampyre" is a product
of 1816, the “year without summer,” in which Lord Byron left England in the wake of a disintegrating
marriage and rumours of incest, sodomy and madness, to travel to the banks of Lake Geneva and there
loiter with Percy and Mary Shelley (then still Mary Godwin). Polidori served as Byron’s travelling
physician, and played an active role in the summer’s tensions and rivalries, as well as participating in
the famous night of ghost stories that produced Mary Shelley’s “hideous progeny,” Frankenstein; or,
The Modern Prometheus.

Like Frankenstein, "The Vampyre" draws extensively on the mood at Byron’s Villa Diodati. But
whereas Mary Shelley incorporated the orchestral thunderstorms that illuminated the lake and the
sublime mountain scenery that served as a backdrop to Victor Frankenstein’s struggles, Polidori’s text
is woven from the invisible dynamics of the Byron-Shelley circle, and especially the humiliations he
suffered at Byron’s hand.

Source: “The Poet, the Physician and the Birth of the Modern Vampire”
(https://publicdomainreview.org/essay/the-poet-the-physician-and-the-birth-of-the-modern-vampire)

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Activity Output

There’s a rare situation that’s not revealingly strange by the vampiric motif whether it be a
migration and industrial change in Dracula, adolescent sexuality in Twilight or racism in True Blood. A vampire
has a thirsty thing and a spreading metaphor like antigens through its victim’s blood. Far from the undead life
and the knack of being a bat, vampire’s power has the ability to produce intense paranoia.

Regarding on the vampire story in English, (John William Polidori, 1819) “The Vampyre” had a
certain case and first fully realize that Polidori’s text that established known as the feral mud-caked creates by
the Southern European legend as the elegant and polite drawing rooms. “The Vampyre” is the outcome in the
year 1816, in which Lord Byron left England because of the blow-up marriage and rumors incest. Polidori
served Byron’s travelling as a physician and played an active role in summer’s tension and competition. In
addition, he cooperates in the famous night of ghost stories that created by Mary Shelley’s “hideous progeny”
and Frankenstein’s The Modern Prometheus.

As Frankenstein’s, “The Vampyre” massively drew by the mood of Byron’s Villa Diodati. In
contrast Mary Shelley embody the orchestral thunderstorm and the Byron-Shelley cycle served as the
backdrop and humiliated to both Frankenstein’s struggles and Polidori’s text woven.

Source: “The Poet, the Physician and the Birth of the Modern Vampire”
(https://publicdomainreview.org/essay/the-poet-the-physician-and-the-birth-of-the-modern-vampire)

Passage 2

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Excerpt from “Worlds Without End” by Philip Ball, published on December 10, 2015.

William Barrett was puzzled by flames. As the young assistant of the eminent John Tyndall at the
Royal Institution in London in the 1860s, he noticed that flames seemed to be sensitive to high-pitched
sounds. They would become flattened and crescent-shaped, as Barrett put it, like a “sensitive, nervous
person uneasily starting and twitching at every little noise”. He was convinced that this “unseen
connection” was mediated by some immaterial intangible influence — it was, he admitted, an effect
“more appropriate for a conjuror’s stage than a scientific lecture table”. Certain people, Barrett
decided, were analogues of the sensitive flame, exquisitely attuned to vibrations that others could not
perceive, to “forces unrecognized by our senses”. He considered these persons able to receive
messages from supernormal spirit-beings existing in an intermediate state between the physical and the
spiritual — a phenomenon that might account for telepathy.

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Activity Output

William Barrett puzzled the flames. To the young assistant and famous John Tyndall at the Royal
Institution in London (1860) observed that the flames appeared too sensitive to high-pitched sounds. When
Barrett set it, would become to flattened and crescent-shaped because of the John Tyndall was satisfied to the
“unseen connection” and was negotiate by some influence. As confirmed people, Barrett decided that
sensitive flame and elegant attuned vibrations are related others could bot recognize to “forces unrecognized
by our senses”. He considered these people allowing to receive messages between the physical and spiritual. A
fact that might result for telepathy.

Source: “Worlds Without End“ (https://publicdomainreview.org/essay/worlds-without-end)

Rubric for Grading

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