Thursday, October 25th, 2018...4:06 pm

October 25/26

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  1. Homework is due
  2. Using quotes from stories
    1. Quotes from a story cannot stand alone in your essay as a sentence. You must use quotes as support for the sentence you are writing:
      1. Quote: “She’d probably be backward enough to put them to everyday use.”
      2. Using a quote to support a point: Dee is stubborn in her views about preserving the quilts. She complained to her mother that Maggie would “probably be backward enough to put them to everyday use.”
      3. Quote: “God knows I been saving ‘em for long enough with nobody using ‘em. I hope she will!”
      4. Using a quote to support a point: Mama Johnson thought the quilts should be used by someone. She said to Dee, “God knows I been saving ‘em for long enough with nobody using ‘em. I hope she will!”
  1. Literary Criticism Rough Draft
    1. Follow the outline.
    2. Double-space the rough draft.
    3. Indent the beginning of each paragraph.
    4. Each paragraph should be at least six sentences long.
    5. Write in a formal voice.


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