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See you in august mrs gugerty you will read the first

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See you in August! --Mrs. Gugerty You will read the first three books listed here. I suggest you read How to Read… first. Download the template from my website. Update it for each chapter and fill it in as you read this summer and then add to it as you read during the year. Foster’s book will help you with the next two. Then, read in whichever order you desire. Please keep a reader’s journal for the two fiction pieces. Note recurring themes, questions that arise, character motivations, desires, etc. that you find interesting. Once you have read a book, complete an AP Journal for books following the template. These books are yours to keep and you should treat them as such. That means annotating and writing in the books to help you locate passages, piece important ideas together, and help you gain a deeper understanding of the work. You may find the templates on my website: mrsgugerty.weebly.com. Work is due on August 17, 2016. Early in the fall, we will read A Tale of Two Cities . I request you purchase this book as well as it goes along with our annotation and you should have your own copy to learn to annotate well. This particular edition has an excellent notes section in the back. A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens Paperback: 372 pages Publisher: Barnes and Noble Classics Language: English ISBN-10: 1-59308-138-3
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