Reading Responses week 10. Julia Tolentino. Summary (Essay Sample)
summarize main themes, transcribe short quotes you want to talk about, list and define new vocabulary words, write three questions and opinions on the reading which will serve as a launching point for class discussion. Annotation is a tool to make you an active reader and provides reference points to bring you back to the text after you’ve read it!
So, basically this responses should have 4 parts,
quotes and reason why you chose the quotes,
vocab, please just write down the oxford definition and meaning in the context.
and three questions
The theme of the reading is Julie Tolentino’s own interpretation and expression of queer failure and social practice and how the dynamicity of expression both fall on the same scale, whether failure or success, but intricately generates movement, possibility and ultimately evolution through change. T
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