I need help with an assignment. best work needed.80%
For this assignment, we have a choice of multiple books for a personal response. Please choose carefully because there is a follow up assignment after this one for a critical response – it has to be about the same book. The list of books we can choose from are:
– All the Light We Cannot See
– The Book Thief
– The Cellist of Sarajevo
– The Kite Runner
We can choose any of these, but I was thinking between “The Kite Runner” and “The Book Thief”. Ultimately, you can choose whatever you are most comfortable with, I don’t mind.
I attached an example of a personal response that received a “satisfactory” grade (60%). This can be for your reference so that the assignment instructions are more clear. I need a minimum of 80% on this please.
I am not sure how many pages this needs, but whatever you think works best for you also works
The assignment instructions:
In your next assignment, you will write a personal response to the novel based on the following guidelines.
TOPIC: How does the development of details (e.g., events and characters’ experiences) in the novel impact your understanding of one of the Essential Questions?
1) To what degree can an individual’s choices and actions influence the direction of his or her life?
2) Why is it important to be responsible to others on a personal, local, global, and digital level?
3) What does it mean to be successful and what role does failure play?
4) How does an individual’s perspective of, and response to, a crisis define him or her?
In your personal response, you will do the following:
- Trace your personal response to one of the following Essential Questions as it evolved while reading the novel
- Relate to at least one character who grapples directly with the Essential Question, and offer your interpretation of that character’s experiences.
- Include evidence, especially quotations, from the text, and explain their significance to the topic.
- Use first person point of view (“I”) and formal language. Do not use contractions or slang, unless it is appropriate to the context.