Unit 1 DB - While you are reading 1. Journal Your First...

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While you are reading 1. Journal Your First Impressions: o gather your thoughts to pull together what seems most significant o include any questions the story may have raised in your mind 2. Keep a Running Commentary: as you read, jot down all of your o observations. o queries. o comments. After you have completed your reading: 3. Journal Your Personal Response: o a personal response, focusing on your personal connection to this story 4. Write a précis: o include only the essential details that will help you recall information and important details for examinations or for crafting a critical literary analysis 5. Journal Summary: o a summary of the important issues and responses you uncovered while journaling 1. hard heart when thinking about her children 2. Acts as a good mother even though she knows what her heart feels 3. Poor but maintained a lifestyle that would depict them as rich 4. Neither could maintain steady employment 5. Luck = money 6. How viciously the boy road the horse 7. Using boy to place horse race bets
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Unit 1 DB - While you are reading 1. Journal Your First...

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