Discuss advantages/drawbacks of quiz format
Begin reading Book the Second and take notes--read Chapters 1-3, "Five Years Later," "A Sight," and "A Disappointment." As you read, you might make a character chart, or note symbols, foreshadowing/use of time, characterization, emerging themes/significant quotations, etc. Use your annotations to prepare for class discussions and essays.
Supports for reading A Tale of Two Cities:
- free audio book from Loud Lit
- the full text online (this is available in a lot of ways, and as a free Kindle download, too!
- for super-nerds or procrastinators only: an amazing one-hour introductory lecture on A Tale of Two Cities or this archived page from the New York Public Library on the author's life and times
HW: Read Book the Second of A Tale of Two Cities and take notes--read Chapters 1-3, "Five Years Later," "A Sight," and "A Disappointment."