Work individually and hand in your answers in Google Classroom.
1. Choose one or two characters to describe.
Ask yourself these questions:
Who is the character I’m describing? What do I think about his or her personality and why?
Describe what the person means to the novel and how he or she has been acting up until the point you’ve read. How do those actions make you feel? Try to describe them as carefully and detailed as possible and relate them to quotations/give examples from the novel.
2. Choose a quote from the book that you think is interesting, funny, irritating,... Copy it and explain why you chose it. What happened before this quote and what happened afterwards?
3. What do you think about the author's descriptions of the environment? Are they too long, too few, beautiful, realistic, etc? The environment is not just the landscape. It's also feelings,... Give examples and use quotes from the book!
4. Pick a quote that you find interesting or that makes you think about something special.
-Write down the quote on a piece of paper.
- Work in pairs and help each other. One is filming with FlipGrid and one of you shows the quote.
Explain to your audience why you chose the quote and ask your audience a question about the quote.
"Reardan was the opposite of the rez. It was the opposite of my family. It was the opposite of me. I didn’t deserve to be there. I knew it; all of those kids knew it. Indians don’t deserve shit."
Question: What do you think Junior means? I didn't deserve to be there.. Why not?
Here is a link to the FLipgrid:
5. Write an e-mail to your Spanish partner and tell him/her that there is a video in FlipGrid that you want him/her to watch and reply to.