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Annotating homer’s the odyssey. Requirements and Guidelines. Annotation Requirements. Make at least two annotations everyday that we read in class. Be sure to record the following on each of your annotations: Name Date Page number and line number(s)

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annotating homer s the odyssey

Annotating homer’s the odyssey

Requirements and Guidelines

annotation requirements
Annotation Requirements
  • Make at least two annotations everyday that we read in class.
  • Be sure to record the following on each of your annotations:
    • Name
    • Date
    • Page number and line number(s)
  • Be sure to use the correct color post-it note according to your class period: 1st-Green, 2nd-Orange, 3rd-Yellow, 6th-Blue, and 7th-Pink.
  • Fold your post-it note in order to ensure that your annotations remain yours and no one else’s.
annotation guidelines
Annotation Guidelines
  • As we read The Odyssey and you begin annotating, you may be wondering where to begin. The following is a list of some of the things you may want to look for and annotate as you read:
    • Important plot events
    • Character introductions and descriptions
    • Epic and/or odyssey characteristics
    • Thematic connections
annotation assessment
Annotation Assessment
  • Your annotations will be assessed after we read Part 1 of The Odyssey, and then again when we finish Part 2 of The Odyssey. You will remove your post-it notes and place them on a provided sheet of paper that you will then turn in.
  • Make sure you have at least two annotations for each day that we read in class.
  • I especially expect your annotations on Part 2 of The Odyssey to reflect your growth as a close reader of literature, so be sure to follow the guidelines closely and to review the feedback I provide you on your first set of annotations.