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Identify at least 2 words from each section of your

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Keep a vocabulary journal. Identify at least 2 words from each section of your reading. For this vocabulary, write the sentence the word comes from and then the definition and part of speech of each one. (5 points each) Rubric: Summary: 4 events (10 points); 3 events (5 points) <3 events: 1 point Signposts: Each quote, properly cited, with an explanation of what the signpost “does” and what it “means” (20 points); - 5 points for each missing element; Questions: Show me five claims that are not factual. They should relate to the development of characters, conflict, the significance of plot events, or language choices made by the author : 40 points. Vocab: 2 words, the sentence each comes from, and dictionary definitions for each: 5 points a piece.
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→ Aha Moment: A character’s realization of something that shifts his actions or understanding of himself, others, or the world around him. → Again and Again: Events, images, or particular words that recur over a portion of the novel. → Memory Moment: A recollection by a character that interrupts the forward progress of the story.
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