Unit One B Week Eight: Canadian Scandal Lesson 2.5 Complete the following tasks, record your responses on this document, submit the document (as an attachment) via Blackboard. You will need more space to record your answers; keep typing and the space will expand. You will respond to each four-chapter section of the novel using the a response journal to record connections/relationships between the text and youthe text and other texts you have viewed, listened to, or read (in and beyond this course)the text and the worldthe text and the questions for deeper understandingthe text and the main character’s struggle or conflict.For each journal, you will select five passages and identify and explain the connections. Familiarize yourself with the Response Journal Rubric (located at the bottom of this lesson) that will be for each of your journals. In this lesson, you will complete two response journals: Chapters 13 to 16 and Chapters 17 to 20. Journal 4: Chapters 13 to 16, pages 53 to 62 What Does the Text Say?Select a passage; it may be a sentence, several sentences, or a paragraph. Write the passage in the space provided.Provide the page number of the passage.What Are the Connections? Provide a thoughtful, detailed explanation of the connection. Each connection you craft and explain should be approximately 100 words long or longer. Passage 1Chapter 13, page 70How Does the Text Connect/Relate to You? Explain how the passage you have selected relates to you personally (e.g., your life, your experiences, your family, your job, your interests, etc.).
Passage 2How Does the Text Connect/Relate to Other Texts You Have Viewed, Listened To, or Read (in and beyond this course including photographs, artworks, movies, television programs, songs, stories, magazine/newspaper articles, poems, etc.)? Explain how the passage you have selected relates or connects to the otherstexts you have encountered. Include the names/titles of the texts. Chapter 15, page 72