reading journal

Read the book 《the left hand of darkness》 write the 2 pages double space MLA format Journal.

 

Also Include a quote from the <Daodejing> (by Laozi) and discuss a passage from the Daodejing, giving your analysis of how Laozi’s thought connects, or doesn’t, to the ideas expressed in your discussion above. Cite. 

 

Thorough work with the following, Think abstractly about the text and share the main ideas. You might brainstorm a few keywords first before writing to make sure you’re describing the big ideas. If you wish, you could use these keywords as a title for the blog. Not a summary. Tell your readers what the text is about at an analytical level, sharing underlying themes, motifs, issues

 

Good focus and analysis, Most compelling idea: what’s most important, interesting, agreeable or disagreeable to you in this section of the reading? Include a quote from the text that best illustrates this idea (format, cite) and discuss the idea to the fullest extent you can. Yes, say more! Use the “Text Analysis Tipsheet” ( below) to help you consider various aspects of the passage and idea to discuss. If you make a connection to a world issue past or present you may feel free to hyperlink to more info for us to read or see.

 

Daodejing reference”• Include a quote from the Daodejing and discuss a passage from the Daodejing, giving your analysis of how Laozi’s thought connects, or doesn’t, to the ideas expressed in your discussion above. Cite.”

Journal entries may not be made up at a later date. These posts are a place to process each text, usually at the beginning of a text, to figure out what the main difficulties of the text are, the main ideas for you, and to demonstrate the thoroughness of your effort to share what it’s like for you to read this text and what it’s about. Each journal must follow the guidelines below: · Think abstractly about the text and share the main ideas. You might brainstorm a few keywords first before writing to make sure you’re describing the big ideas. If you wish, you could use these keywords as a title for the blog. Not a summary. Tell your readers what the text is about at an analytical level, sharing underlying themes, motifs, issues. · Most compelling idea: what’s most important, interesting, agreeable

 

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