1. What is the title of your book? Who is the author?
2. What page are you on?
3. Choose one of the questions below and answer it in an analytical essay body paragraph (CDC) format. Your paragraph should include 1) Claim, 2) Data that is cited in MLA format, 3) Commentary about how that data supports that claim. Your paragraph should be a minimum of 5 sentences.
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1. Examine the tone of the writer. What tone is the author using and how does it enhance the literature you are reading?
2. Identify a character in the text that you can relate to another character you have encountered in literature or other forms of fiction. What does this character have in common with the other character you know?
3. Identify a moment or event in the text that is an inciting incident. How does this moment or event change the course of action in the text?
4. What is one big picture question you can pose based on what you've read so far? (This is nearly identical to #4 in the last one, so if you need help understanding what kind of question goes here, please refer back to the second reading log in October!)
For your comment to a peer, read their post and respond to the question that they pose at the end of #4.