Friday, October 15, 2004

Eng9 The Snow Woman & your story

Once your class short story project is done, post it! That's right -- copy and paste it into a post on your blog for others to read and enjoy! (reminder... story due Oct 14, posting of story due by Oct. 21)

After reading "The Snow Woman" by Norah Burke (Imagine p. 41-47), answer questions 1, 2, 3, and 6 on p. 47. I have also included question #6 in case you'd like to comment online:
What do you think the author is trying to say about our attitude toward [supposedly] inferior, non-human beings?

Don't forget to let me know (online) where your blog is so we can share the wealth.

9 comments:

go big or go home said...

Hey Mr.T. That Picture is the best. I'm gonna do the work now

go big or go home said...
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EnGlIsH_9 said...

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trevor.j

go big or go home said...

I think that the author is saying that we as human beings don't try to understand the animals that we don't know much about and that if we don't know it we say that it is horrible but somtimes when we confrount our fears/animals we will sometimes know that they aren't what people say that they are.

Michael Padalec

Mr. McKelvin said...

I think the author is trying to say that when we see someone different than us we treat it with disrespect because people are just naturally afraid of something different than them. -Kelvin Smeele

Mr. McKelvin said...

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Alex said...

What do you think the moral of the story is?