Take time to write down anything in relation to the text. If you're intrigued by certain statements or if you are attracted to characters or issues or problems, write your response.

This is the direction of journal that I have to write.
How should I write my journal following that direction?

Scroll down to the section called Reader Response Roles for some ideas.

More ideas here -- sentence-completion style!

More ideas...

Basically, it's just what your teacher instructed -- think about a character or issue or problem in the story, and then write your own reactions to it/them.


Thank you so much writeacher.

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