Love Medicine Discussion 1
Student Learning Outcomes 1. Find, read, analyze, evaluate, interpret, and synthesize outside sources, including online information. 2. Read, analyze, and interpret varied texts (i.e. literature, digital forms, visual). 3. Understand how readers’ experiences influence the reading of texts. Overview Cultural and historical contexts give birth to the dilemmas and themes at the center of the novel. Studying these contexts and appreciating intricate details of the time and place helps readers understand the motivations of the characters. Read the Reader Resources Packet for Love Medicine. The packet is linked here, just click on this sentence. Actions Prompt In a response of at least two paragraphs, answer the following questions. Although June Kashpaw dies in the first seven pages, the reader gradually learns quite a bit about her throughout the rest of the chapter. What do you know about June, after reading the first chapter of Love Medicine. There are a variety of characters in the first three chapters. Which characters did you like and which ones did you not like? Did you find yourself sympathizing with some characters more than others? Who do you think is the main character and why?
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