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English, 04.08.2020 21:01, elisebaublitz2604

Choose one of the following two readings for your focus. The Crucible, Act 1, Part 1

“Dr. Heidegger’s Experiment,” Part 1

To connect the text to a personal experience, you can ask yourself questions like

Does the text remind me of something that has happened in my life?
Do I relate to the characters in the story?
To connect the text to another text, you can ask yourself questions like

Does the text remind me of something else I have read?
Do I see similarities between the text and something else I have read?
To connect the text to the world around you, you can ask yourself questions like

Does the text remind me of something that has happened in the world around me?
Do the events in the story remind me of something that has happened in the world?
In a short paragraph, explain the connection you made. Be sure to provide specific examples from your chosen reading and your experiences.

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