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Mrs. Dunlavey's English 401/ World Geography, NHS, Scholastic Bowl

English 401 Independent Reading Project:

Section 1 Reading Reflection Journal due Jan. 24

Section 2 Feb. 7

Section 3 Feb. 21

Section 4 March 7

Final Paper March 21

Attach a piece of paper in which you answer the following questions IN DETAIL USING TEXT SUPPORT. You must do FOUR of these reflection sheets during the course of your book.

     Attach a piece of paper in which you answer the following questions IN DETAIL USING TEXT SUPPORT. You must do FOUR of these reflection sheets during the course of your book. 


Reading Reflection Journal Questions:

 

         1.        What happened in this section? (short summary)

        2.         While you were reading today, describe what you pictured in your mind about the story? (visualization)

        3.       Which character do you connect with the most and why? (personal connection)

        4.       Which part of your book are you having the most difficulty understanding or connecting with? (self-evaluation)

        5.       Which part of the story caused the most intense feelings in you? Why? (emotional connection)

        6.        How realistic is the plot of your book? Explain. (critical thinking)

        7.       Which character would you like to have as a friend and why? (personal connection)

        8.        What do you think will happen in the next section you read? (prediction)

        9.       If you could "jump" into your book right now, what would you do in the story and why? (personal connection)

        10.   What event, setting or character in this book reminds you of your life and why? (personal connection)

        11.   Would you recommend this book or story to someone else?  Why? (critical evaluation)

        12.   Does this book make a claim?  If so, what is it? What evidence supports that claim? (Theme)

        13.   Create a hashtag for this section.  (summary)

 



 

Requirements for paper revisions:

    On an attached sheet of paper

    1.  List all major changes (lump small things together)

    2.  Explain why you changed what you did (be specific)

    3.  Tell me what you think you should get on the new paper and why (again, be specific)

Turn in both the old paper and the new paper.