Free writing: make personal connections between chapter 13 and your personal experiences and history and knowledge. Ask questions, etc.
Type your free writing in MS Word, save the file as “WS2_MN_chap13_Name”, run spell-checker, and send it to me by email by Wednesday midnight. Your email subject should be the same “WS2_MN_chap13_Name”.
Continue researching your project for your final paper, January 11th (week 13).
Read chapter 12. Questions:
Who passes by the children in the night in chapter 12?
Share the words and pictures that you researched for homework.
Reading, writing. Questions for chapters 12-13.
Finish writing the summaries for chapters 8-11.
Answer the questions for chapters 14-15.
Translate the passage below.
“It goes beyond the expression of things we have already felt. It arouses in us sensations we have never had before, never anticipated having, as though we had broken out of our normal mode of consciousness and “possessed joys not promised to our birth.” It gets under our skin, hits us at a level deeper than our thoughts or even our passions, troubles oldest certainties till all questions are reopened, and in general shocks us more fully awake that we are for most of our lives.” (from the Foreword to George MacDonaldby C.S. Lewis)