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"Rituals of Memory"

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Transcript of "Rituals of Memory"

"Rituals of Memory"
by Kimberly Blaeser

Journal Response
Metaphor
Comparing two things without using the words "like" or "as"

Ex: "Baby, you're a firework."

"Love is a battlefield."

"You are my sunshine, my only
sunshine."


Tips for Finding a Central Idea
1.
A
sk what idea or message the details convey about the topic

2.
E
xamine the specific details in each paragraph.
3.
I
dentify the topic of each paragraph. Check first and last sentences very closely.
4.Write a sentence that states the idea or message of the paragraph in your
O
wn words.
5.
U
se the title.
Determining a Central Idea
The central idea is the most important point in the essay or text you are reading.

Sometimes it will be stated in the first paragraphs, but sometimes you will have to read the text
closely to find it.
THANK YOU!
Name:

Contact:
What makes you who you are?

Consider the following to get you started:
DNA Experiences Family Friends Location
What is a Central Idea?
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