Summarize and connect Bolivar to what we have learned in Chicano Studies + scenes and quotes from the book.
Use scenes and quotes from the beginning, middle and end of the novel. Quotes should connect as support for your statements.
You should use at least 3-4 quotes and or scenes minimum.
Your thesis should include:
your opinion on the book; how the book made you feel or think, how you have seen truth in the book and or in your life, the lesson you liked most, and what the book offers to students.
– identify the book, author, and some information about the book
– summarize its main point in one to three sentences
– mention some ideas and topics you will be focusing on
– thesis / opinion / response
Topic Sentence: Bolivar demonstrates ____.
– describe or use a scene or a quote
– how have you seen this idea play out in your life or in someone (be specific) that you know OR read about thus far in class.
Topic Sentence: During my life\’s journey I have seen how ____ like in Bolivar is true.
– Explain the value or lesson in your life that is also in Bolivar.
– use a scene or quote from Bolivar.
– discuss how this has made me a better person or changed your view/attitude
Topic Sentence: I really liked the lesson of ___ in Bolivar
– describe scene of quote
– why did you like this?
– how does this serve your life?
Topic Sentence: As a student I see how Bolivar can teach ____and ____to other students.
– describe what \”Bolivar can teach students about history or….
– use scenes or quotes
– explain how you have seen this in action in your life.
– Restate your Thesis*
– give your recommendation on the novel: who should read it (elementary? jr high? high schoolers? adults?) when in their life should people read this book?
– answer: I will remember most about this book ____. I like the quote ______. I will loan my copy of the book to___ because _____