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Wednesday 10.14.15

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Wednesday 10.14.15
Do Now
Please remember: you must copy the quote completely and accurately, including the author's name, and then respond in a way that engages the specific language or message of the quote.
Edgar Allan Poe
You conducted some research regarding this famous author, Edgar Allan Poe. Now, we will begin to read some of his work. Before we do so, let's look at a quick biography of Poe.
The Unreliable Narrator
What does it mean when someone is
UNRELIABLE?
Tell-Tale Heart
Now, we'll read an E.A. Poe story with an unreliable narrator. As we read,
annotate the text for moments that reveal, or show, the narrator is unreliable.
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"A man that studieth revenge keeps his own wounds green."
Francis Bacon
You should keep your webquests in the NOTES section of your binder, for now.
Usually, this word is used to refer to someone we can't really trust; someone who we can't count on.

When it comes to narrators, the characters who tell the story, an unreliable narrator is someone whose version of the truth the reader can't trust.
Edgar Allan Poe Webquest
Take a look at our objective for today. We are working to learn to conduct short research projects in order to answer questions assigned to us.

So how do we best do that? For today's webquest-- which will give you some background on Edgar Allan Poe-- you are provided four websites and asked to answer some questions, using those resources alone.

I propose that one strategy to make you efficient would be to read through the questions you'll be asked to answer, and then proceed sequentially through each of the websites attempting to answer as many questions as possible.
What other strategies might help us to reach our goal, or objective, from above?
Webquest Specifics
Create a document in Word and type your answers there. Number the questions/answers.
Please cross out #s 13 and 14. You do not need to do these two.
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