Week Five Vocabulary Dude, it’s reading time! Begin your two column journal. Remember: Use quotation marks in the page number. Correct Format: Author’s name (Last, First.) Title of Book. City of Publication: Publisher, Year of Publication. Source Type. Level Two: These questions are inference-based. You have to read between the lines to figure out the answer. You can put your finger on the evidence that supports your answer. Label the chapter your question is from. Example: Chapter 12: What significance does the red door play in the characterization of Lady Seymour? Your answer: ____________________________________________________ Your Leveled Two Question:____________________________________________ ____________________________________________________ Your answer: ____________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ Level Three: You don’t have to read the piece to answer Level Three questions, but it helps. These questions are based on personal experience or opinion. They are abstract – meaning you can’t put your finger on the evidence. These are thought-provoking and often lead to a discussion, too. Label the chapter your question is from. Example: Chapter 13: Is gossip ‘evil’? Your answer: __________________________________________________________ Your Leveled Three Question:__________________________________________________ Your answer: __________________________________________________________ Choose the character from Chains that you would like to illustrate. Brainstorm a list of traits and possible symbols for that character.