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A number of strategies for attaining a unmarried aim With its mix of composition segments, grammar classes, literature types, and hands-on perform routines, Writer's selection initiates, expands, and executes what it takes to make your scholars keen, educated writers.

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What feelings does Garcia’s poem raise for this reader? Journal Writing In your journal jot down the name of a poem that you’ve enjoyed. Close your eyes, and try to remember what you thought and felt as you read the poem. Record your answers in your journal. 5 Responding in a Journal 25 Vary Your Responses Personal Writing Writing is one way to respond to literature or to explore your reactions to what you’ve read. You can express your thoughts and feelings in many ways. You could create an illustration, research and write about a topic contained in your reading, or write what one character might say to another.

Which way is best for you? Begin by asking questions about the literature and how you felt about it. Look at some of the questions below to help you get started. Questions to Help You Get Started 1. What did the literature make you think about? 2. How did it make you feel? 3. Which words brought pictures to mind? 4. What would you change about it? Forms of Response Write about how the literature makes you feel. Write a poem expressing your feelings about the work. Draw a picture of an image from the work.

Though a former athlete, his legs were slowly going bad from having to stand on them constantly for twelve hours seven days a week. He obviously was carrying no money, so there would be no temptation to rob him. aurence Yep, award-winning writer of fantasies, went in a totally new direction when he decided to write The Lost Garden. This personal story, or memoir, of growing up in San Francisco challenged him to piece together memories of his past. He began writing the book shortly after his father’s death.

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