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  1. How to correct your Reading Reflection

  2. Reading Response (Fridays) • 8-11 sentences 1. Topic sentence (your thinking) 2. Example 3. Elaboration (1-3 sentences) 4. Example 5. Elaboration (1-3 sentences) 6. Example 7. Elaboration (1-3 sentences) 8. Closing

  3. Reading Response Step 1 • Topic/idea • what you thought or learned as you read topic ideas

  4. Reading Response Step 1 • Topic/idea Topic: The blending of mythology and fantasy in the Percy Jackson series of books is one way in which the author hooks his reader.

  5. Reading Response Step 2 • Analyze and Elaborate • Analyze • read and think about the parts of the story and how they fit together to: • create meaning • big idea • a cohesive story • characters that are round and dynamic • share the author’s purpose • engage the reader • Elaborate

  6. Reading Response Step 2 • Analyze and Elaborate • Analyze • Elaborate • Give examples from the text • Explain how the purpose, importance, or effect of the example in relation to the topic

  7. Reading Response Step 1 • Topic/idea Topic: The blending of mythology and fantasy in the Percy Jackson series of books is one way in which the author hooks his reader.

  8. Reading Response Step 2 Example: Riordan uses mythological characters in a modern day setting to capture the imagination of his audience.

  9. Reading Response Step 2 Riordan uses mythological characters in a modern day setting to capture the imagination of his audience. Many young adult readers are fascinated by mythological characters and their abilities. By incorporating some of these characters, Hades, Zeus, and Poseidon, the author is able to hook his reader into a world where school misfits wind up saving us all.

  10. Looks like: The blending of mythology and fantasy in the Percy Jackson series of books one way in which the author hooks his reader. Riordan uses mythological characters in a modern day setting to capture the imagination of his audience. Many young adult readers are fascinated by mythological characters and their abilities. By incorporating these some of these characters, Hades, Zeus, and Poseidon, the author is able to hook his reader into a world where school misfits wind up saving us all.

  11. Reading Response Step 2 Example: The author also includes creatures from mythology to engage his readers.

  12. Reading Response Step 2 The author also includes creatures from mythology to engage his readers. One of the minor characters, Grover, is a satyr. Grover’s job is to protect Percy and assist him on his quest. By having a creature from mythology be a major minor character, Riordan engages the reader’s imagination and sense of wonder at having such a guardian that is different than what one would expect in the modern Western world.

  13. Looks like: The blending of mythology and fantasy in the Percy Jackson series of books is one way in which the author hooks his reader. Riordan uses mythological characters in a modern day setting to capture the imagination of his audience. Many young adult readers are fascinated by mythological characters and their abilities. By incorporating some of these characters, Hades, Zeus, and Poseidon, the author is able to hook his reader into a world where school misfits wind up saving us all. The author also includes creatures from mythology to engage his readers. One of the minor characters, Grover, is a satyr. Grover’s job is to protect Percy and assist him on his quest. By having a creature from mythology be a major minor character, Riordan engages the reader’s imagination and sense of wonder at having such a guardian that is different than what one would expect in the modern Western world. The use of mythology and fantasy in his novels, is just one way Riordan hooks and engages his readers.