For each reading response assignment, I will designate the texts to consider. Your task is to choose one of the designated texts, pick two or more promptsfrom the prompt list to guide you and write a one-page (about 300 words) response, identifying your prompt(s) by letter at the top.
Use a different combination of prompts for each response (there are some below to choose from).
Support your writing with evidence from the text to illustrate examples. (However, do not make your response nothing but quotes from the text!)
If you are doing a creative response, find some creative way to include this evidence.
Identify the text and author at least once in your response and cite page numbers for each example.
Different responses may require different writing formats (some examples are provided).
Reading Response Prompt List
See the instructions and general rules before choosing your prompts.
-What do you think the author’spurposeis? Why did he/she write this particularstory or poem or play (or even this specificscene)?
-How does the titlework with the text? Does it illuminate an idea, focus your attention on something specific, subvert your expectation? What was your assumption before you read the work, and how did your understanding change after reading?
-What can you tell me about the themeof the work? (Remember that a general concept like “love” or “revenge” isn’t a theme on its own—what does the story/poem say about that general concept, and how?)
-What is the overall tone(the quality of language) of the work? What sort of language does the author use, and how does it affect your reading?
-What is the structureof the work, and how does that affect your reading experience? For example: Is it a comic? Is it a poem with a strict rhyme/meter scheme? Is it an entire story in which each word is tattooed on a different person?
-What point of viewis the author using, and what effect does that have on the work and your perception of it? (Note that POV is different from narrative voice.)
What is the narrative voice? Does it distance you or draw you in? What impact does it have on the story? (Note that narrative voice is different from POV.)
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