Reading Portfolio 2015-1-Devil in the White City and more checklist

Reading Portfolio 2015-1-Devil in the White City and more checklist

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Reading Portfolio 1 Checklist Devil in the White City by Erik Larson and More Devil in the White City Assignment One: Short Story--Truth and Lies: The Summer of the Beautiful White Horse by William Saroyan Answer five of the questions. These answers should be about 8-15 sentences each to really explain what you are thinking. TYPE YOUR ANSWERS AND PLACE THEM IN YOUR PORTFOLIO. You need to Explain your answers, give an Example and Expand by including an opinion, relate to your own experience, or comment on the author’s intention. Answers must be typed. (10 Points ) Assignment Two: Newspaper Report Assignment (10 Points) Complete the Cornell Notes for two articles. Type your notes. (10 Points ) Assignment Three-Prologue: Aboard the Olympic pp. 1-8 Part One: Questions Directions: Answer all four questions in E3 format. Remember to explain, give examples and expand with your observations. (10 Points ) Assignment Four-Part One: Frozen Music pp. 9-109 Part One: Architecture and Daniel Burnham and John Root Presentation
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