The Dinner Party by Mona Gardner
So, what were you asked to complete in your Reader’s Notebooks (RN page _____)
Here it is.
We talked a bit about bias (and unbiased), stereotyping, and suspense.
We then moved into a bit on how we could notice examples of these things in literature that we read.
During reading (Notes)
You were asked to make a note of any examples of stereotyping you could find. You had to take it down in a two column chart: left column for the character who expressed a stereotype, and right column for what stereotype that character expressed.
After reading (Questions available at Classzone.com and in the textbook)
You were asked to complete questions 2,3,4, & 5 in the “Thinking Through the Literature” section, the Vocabulary & Spelling Activity, and the Grammar in Context Activity.
As a follow up you must be able to anser the following question: How does the story “The Dinner Party” fit intot he category of a “Twist & Turn” story?