Thursday, March 26, 2009
Wednesday, March 25, 2009
Tuesday, March 24, 2009
Reserving Judgement is a good thing to be able to posses. I think that whether you dislike someone or if you have negative feelings toward someone, you should be able to keep that to yourself. I also believe that you should be able to speak your mind in a way. If what you have to say isn't totally downgrading, you should be able to voice your opinios on certain subjects and topics.
Monday, March 23, 2009
Wednesday, March 18, 2009
After reading the second chapter of "The Great Gatsby", what did you think of it? Were you left with a few unanswered thoughts about the characters that have been introduced? Also, with the very little information given about Gatsby, what kind of person do you think he is?
Tuesday, March 17, 2009
Monday, March 16, 2009
The tests for american literature aren't usuaully tough, but time consuming. I think the toughest parts of the tests in lit are the short answers. Short answers are what you must leave time for, there normally three- four sentences long, but there is like seven short answers. I guess i can say yes the tests may be challenging, but not "hard". I dont think there is a better way to prepare for the short answers, just for the simple fact that there not short, there rather longer.
To build a fire was an easy ready, at least I thought. They way the author told the story helped me to understand better whaty was going on between the man and his dog. I do not think it was smart on this mans behalf to go take and adventure in the yukon in -53 degree cold weather. Especially with the small amount of clothes that he took. The book was very gopod in telling what happened in a life like experience. if i was the man in the arctic I probably would have worn more clothes, or just would have been prepared a little more for what was ahead of me.