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· Betty Friedan—“The Problem That Has No Name”

Due Date—Dec. 4 at 11:30 p.m

• Discuss the critical thinking question in 50 words:

• In order to receive credit, use specific material (characters, setting, events) and from the Friedan excerpt to guide your personal response. A quote is not required; however, if you use a quote, do not just give a quote without explanation of the context.

• Read the introductory note but as specific material from the excerpt. Use no outside sources.

Anne Sexton—“The Farmer’s Wife” PRQ #3

Due Date—Nov. 4 at 11:30 p.m

• With critical thinking, look at the heading of this assignment and use the named personal response question (PRQ) located at the end of the Sexton Author Study Sheet to discuss the question in 50 words.  

• In order to receive credit, use specific material (characters, setting, events) from the named literary work to guide your personal response. A quote is not required; however, if you use a quote, do not just give a quote without explanation of the context.

• Deductions will be made for grammar errors and misspelled words.

• Use NO OUTSIDE sources; use only your opinion and specifics from your reading of the literature

Toni Morrison—“Sula” PRQ #1

Due Date—Dec. 4 at 11:30 p.m

• With critical thinking, look at the heading of this assignment and use the named personal response question (PRQ) located at the end of the Morrison Author Study Sheet to discuss the question in 50 words.

• In order to receive credit, use specific material (characters, setting, events) from the named literary work to guide your personal response. A quote is not required; however, if you use a quote, do not just give a quote without explanation of the context.

• Deductions will be made for grammar errors and misspelled words.

• Use NO OUTSIDE sources; use only your opinion and specifics from your reading of the literature.

Raymond Carver—“A Small, Good Thing” PRQ #3

Due Date—Dec. 4 at 11:30 p.m

• With critical thinking, look at the heading of this assignment and use the named personal response question (PRQ) located at the end of the Carver Author Study Sheet to discuss the question in 50 words. .

• In order to receive credit, use specific material (characters, setting, events) from the named literary work to guide your personal response. A quote is not required; however, if you use a quote, do not just give a quote without explanation of the context.

• Deductions will be made for grammar errors and misspelled words.

• Use NO OUTSIDE sources; use only your opinion and specifics from your reading of the literature.

Bobbie Ann Mason—“Shiloh” PRQ #3

Due Date—Dec. 7 at 11:30 p.m

• With critical thinking, look at the heading of this assignment and use the named personal response question (PRQ) located at the end of the Mason Author Study Sheet to discuss the question in 50 words

• In order to receive credit, use specific material (characters, setting, events) from the named literary work to guide your personal response. A quote is not required; however, if you use a quote, do not just give a quote without explanation of the context.

• Deductions will be made for grammar errors and misspelled words.

• Use NO OUTSIDE sources; use only your opinion and specifics from your reading of the literature.

Anne Tyler—“Average Waves in Unprotected Waters” PRQ #3

Due Date—Dec. 7 at 11:30 p.m

• With critical thinking, look at the heading of this assignment and use the named personal response question (PRQ) located at the end of the Tyler Author Study Sheet to discuss the question in 50 words.  

• In order to receive credit, use specific material (characters, setting, events) from the named literary work to guide your personal response. A quote is not required; however, if you use a quote, do not just give a quote without explanation of the context.

• Deductions will be made for grammar errors and misspelled words.

• Use NO OUTSIDE sources; use only your opinion and specifics from your reading of the literature.

Tim O’Brien—Going After Cacciato—“Night March” PRQ #1

Due Date—Dec. 7 at 11:30 p.m

• With critical thinking, look at the heading of this assignment and use the named personal response question (PRQ) located at the end of the O’Brien Author Study Sheet to discuss the question in 50 words.

• In order to receive credit, use specific material (characters, setting, events) from the named literary work to guide your personal response. A quote is not required; however, if you use a quote, do not just give a quote without explanation of the context.

• Deductions will be made for grammar errors and misspelled words.

• Use NO OUTSIDE sources; use only your opinion and specifics from your reading of the literature.

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