Deeper Reading

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Introduction to Deeper Reading
Honors English IV
How to Bartle Puzballs
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There are tork gooboos of puzballs, including
laplies, mushos, and fushos. Even if you bartle
the puzballs that tovo inny and onny of the pern,
they do not grunto any lipples. In order to
geemee a puzball that gruntos lipples, you
should bartle the fusho who has rarckled the
parshtootoos after her humply fluflu.
1. How many gooboos of puzballs are there?
2. What are laplies, mushos, and fushos?
3. Even if you bartle the puzballs that tovo inny and onny of the
pern, they will not what?
4. How can you geemee of puzball that gruntos lipples?
How to Bartle Puzballs
1. How many gooboos of puzballs are there?
A: There are tork gooboos of puzballs.
2. What are laplies, mushos, and fushos?
A: Laplies, mushos, and fushos are tork gooboos of puzballs.
3. Even if you bartle the puzballs that tovo inny and onny of the
pern, they will not what?
A: They will not grunto any lipples.
4. How can you geemee of puzball that gruntos lipples?
A: You should bartle the fusho who has rarckled her
parshtootoos after her humply fluflu.
Deeper Reading
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Puzball Level Reading: shallow-level reading that
requires little to no understanding of a text.
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Deeper Reading: requires reader evaluate,
synthesize, analyze, infer.
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Tips to Avoid Intimidation: don’t shut down,
persevere, get what you can, frontload.
In order not to be intimidated by English Literature, you
must be a deep reader.
Conversation Piece
“No!”
“Yes.”
“You didn’t!”
“I did.”
“When?”
“Just now.”
“Where?”
“Bedroom.”
“Dead?”
“Yes.”
“Why?”
“You know.”
“I don’t!”
“You do.”
“Unfaithful?”
“Yes.”
“With whom?”
“With you.”
“No!”
“Yes.”
“She didn’t…”
“She did.”
“We didn’t…”
“You did.”
“You knew?”
“I knew.”
“How long?”
“Long enough.”
“What now?”
“Guess.”
“Police?”
“Later.”
“Why later?”
“Guess again.”
“Tell me!”
“Look.”
“Oh no!”
“Oh yes.”
Question: What happened in this story?
“You can’t!”
“I can.”
“Please!”
“Don’t beg.”
“Forgive me!”
“Too late.”
“Good God!”
“Goodbye.”
…..
“Operator?”
“Yes, sir.”
“The police.”
- Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine
Quickwrite (10 minutes)
Think back on teachers you’ve had in the
past. Who is one teacher you remember
most and why?
William Maxwell’s “Love”
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Question: There is much foreshadowing that may
have gone unnoticed during the first read. Reread
the text and this time identify what in the text hints
that Miss Vera Brown was going to die?
1. Funeral/Cemetary imagery
2. Flower Imagery
3. Use of language
4. Circus poster

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