Response to literature blog journal

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Response to literature blog journal

  1. 1. Response to Literature Blog Journal<br />For each entry include: (20 pts)<br /><ul><li>Choose a direct quote from the reading. (5 pts)
  2. 2. Use MLA format. Include the author last name and page number in parentheses. (5 pts)
  3. 3. “The day was cold” (Smith 29).
  4. 4. Comment on this quote in one paragraph (7-10 sentences). EXPLAIN YOUR RESPONSE TO THE QUOTE. (5 pts)
  5. 5. I wonder……
  6. 6. Why is this information important?
  7. 7. What is it about this quote that you find interesting?
  8. 8. Is there something in the quote with which you disagree?
  9. 9. Did the quote confuse you in some way?
  10. 10. Identify two words or phrases that may be interesting or confusing to your reader. Include two hyperlinks to provide more information about these topics in your response. (5 pts)
  11. 11. Open another browser and use Google to search for credible (believable) information on this topic. Make sure to evaluate the site you are including. Does the information appear to be accurate and appropriate? DO NOT USE WIKIPEDIA. Look at the URL of the site. If it is Wikipedia, choose something else. Copy the URL and paste it into the Blog entry using the hyperlink button. The link will change color and will then be accessible to anyone reading your Blog.
  12. 12. Puritans

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