1. Finish reading “A Visit of Charity” if you haven’t already. Underline quotes that seem important as you go.
2. Take a piece of printer or loose leaf paper. Hold it horizontally (on its side). Fold it into three columns so it looks like a brochure. In the top of the left column, write “Quote.” In the top of the middle column, write “Interpretation (Meaning).” In the top of the right column, write “My Reaction/Response.”
3. Go back over the story and find 3-4 quotes that seem important. It’s fine if you don’t understand them, because the point of this assignment is to examine and think through the language of the story.
4. Write those quotes in the “Quote” column. In the middle column, write what you think quote 1 means. (Next to the quote itself). In the right column, write what you think or feel about this quote.
You don’t have to type these, just write them neatly. Bring them with you to class tomorrow.