Wednesday, September 19, 2012

The Story of an Hour

Good morning,

Though I can not be with you today, you still have work to do. Please read "The Story of and Hour". This is shared with you in your "view only" folder.  (If you can't find it send me an email asap.)

As you read mark (annotate) the story. You can use "Insert/Comment" or highlighting or add notes in the right side column. Your annotations should show that you are thinking about the story and noticing important details.

At the end of the story you will find some questions to guide your written response in your English Journal. 

The Wikipedia page on this text gives additional useful information.
You might also like this alternative version of the text with links built in that ask you questions and give you hints. 

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