Do this by interpreting textual evidence and then explaining the ways in which your interpretation(s) of your evidence supports your answer. Show your thinking.

Do this by interpreting textual evidence and then explaining the ways in which your interpretation(s) of your evidence supports your answer. Show your thinking.

Write a 750-word (about 3 pages) response to each question.

Due: Friday, October 19 by the end of the day (11:59 pm, submit your answers on Blackboard)

Your answers should not be formal essays. You can skip introductions, conclusions, and all “filler.” Your answer should be formatted this way:

• Paragraph 1: ANSWER THE QUESTION (or state your response’s main point)

• Use the rest of your answer paragraphs to explain as precisely as you can how you get to that answer. Do this by interpreting textual evidence and then explaining the ways in which your interpretation(s) of your evidence supports your answer. Show your thinking. The goal is not the “correct” answer; the goal is an analysis that reveals your thinking. Your ability to move through and document your thinking process is key here.