Reading Response - Construct and Express
Create and collaborate with others using a variety of ways.
Read for at least 2 more hours. Your goal is to finish your book or article(s) before the 4 Tasks of this Challenge are completed.
You can do this in one sitting or you can do it 4 times for thirty minutes each time or 6 times for twenty minutes each. But it has to be focused, uninterrupted reading. No multi-tasking during your reading time.
After you've read your book or your article for at least 2 more hours, open the same Google Document that you started for the previous Task and plan to write for about more 30 minutes on this same document.
Begin by freewriting about your text again. Write non-stop for 5 or ten minutes about anything that comes into your head at this point about your book or article.
Then turn to the Literature Response Guides or to this guide, "General Response to a Non-Fiction Article. Quote from your book and from a Discussion on Youth Voices to compare and contrast a topic discussed in both places.
Once again, revise and proofread your Doc with a teacher and a couple of peers. Work to integrate our earlier writing with this newest writing. When you have finished your revisions and corrections, post your response to your text on Youth Voices as a Discussion.
In the Post Comment button here (on P2PU) add a link to your Discussion on Youth Voices. Do this before you click Yes, I'm done .
We encourage students to break out of the overly structured guides and create your own kinds of response. However, we do ask you to keep in mind the following guidelines:
Begin by doing a freewrite: your first thoughts about this section of the book or article. You'll need to revise this writing before you publish it on Youth Voices.
Be specific about your response to your reading, and give an example from the text. Quote from the text.
Quote a second section from the text when you make connections, ask questions, track elements of the text, or compare it to other things.
- End by predicting what you think might happen next, and say how you feel about continuing your reading
Find your own book or read the first chapter of Black Boy and do this mini-project.
We want you to build a Google Presentation around a Presentation template that we’ve put up in Google Templates called Reading Black Boy - Chapter 1. Each of the ten slides contains an image representing 2 to 6 pages in the first chapter of Black Boy. Your job is to record yourself and/or your peers on video, get it uploaded to YouTube, then insert at least one video on each page of your presentation.