In order to complete this project, you’ll need to complete 12 circles with the following information on each circle:
Circle 1 - Write the words “Central Idea” and “Theme” and include definitions. You may decorate this however you want, but make sure the difference between the two is clear.
Circle 2 – Select one of the stories we read: “The Chaser” or “The Necklace.” Write what you think the THEME of the story you have chosen is and select a quote from the text that exemplifies that theme.
Circle 3 – With the article we have just read, “You May Want to Marry My Husband,” select the author’s purpose for writing the article, describe it, and select one quote from the text that supports that.
Circle 4 - Create a visual representation of Sonny’s Blues. You can look online for symbols that might go along with some of the topics discussed.
Circle 5 -Select aquote from the story “Sonny’s Blues” that shows us how Sonny felt about the narrator. Explain, in your own words, what you think Sonny felt.
Circle 6 - Select a quote from the story “Sonny’s Blues” that shows us how the narrator felt about his brother, Sonny. Explain, in your own words, what you think the narrator felt.
Circle 7 - Select an example from the story “The Interlopers” that shows what friendship emerged near the end of the story. Provide one quote and symbols to show what the friendship was like.
Circle 8 - Create a visual representation of “The Interlopers.” You can look online for symbols that might go along with some of the topics discussed.
Circle 9- What is an ideal romantic relationship? Provide examples and symbols that represent to you what a romantic relationship should be like.
Circle 10- What is an ideal family relationship? Provide examples and symbols that represent to you what a family relationship should be like.
Circle 12- What is an ideal friendship? Provide examples and symbols that represent to you what a friendship should be like.
College Essay Question for seniors and juniors
1. Tell us about circumstances or people that have influenced you or affected your achievement.
2. Tell us about goals you have set and choices you have made that have had an impact on the successes or challenges you have experienced.
3. Write a brief essay about a difficult situation you have faced in your life and how you met the challenge.
4. Tell us about circumstances or people that have influenced you or affected your achievement.
5. Write about how you have given back to your community through volunteering your time, sharing a special talent or lending support. Explain why you felt it was important to give back.
6. Explain your interest in college and where you think it may take you. What have you done to prepare yourself to pursue higher education?
7. Describe a challenge you have faced and how you dealt with it. Explain how having dealt with that challenge has shaped you, and if it has influenced your education and career path.