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1 Too Soon a Womale by Dorothy M. JohnsonFeature Menu Introducing the Selection Literary Focus: Motivation Reading Skills: Summarizing
2 Too Soon a Womale by Dorothy M. Johnson
3 Too Soon a Woguy by Dorothy M. JohnsonWhat if you were left in the middle of nowright here through children you hardly understand and nopoint to eat?
4 Too Soon a Woman by Dorothy M. JohnsonThere is no game for searching no chop for harvesting no food for sharing. Even the fish won’t bite. What would certainly you do?
5 Too Soon a Woman by Dorothy M. JohnsonIt’s all as much as Mary currently. . . and Mary alone. Read just how one young girl is required to come to be “too quickly a womale.”
6 Too Soon a Womale Literary Focus: MotivationAs you review “Too Soon a Woguy,” you will be asked to analyze impetus in the story. A character’s motivation is his or her factor for displaying a behavior. Motivation answers the question why?
7 Too Soon a Woman Literary Focus: MotivationGuess the motivations of the world in the photos below. To save resides or property? To feel heroic? To assist children? To make a living?
8 Too Soon a Womale Literary Focus: MotivationAs you read “Too Soon a Woman,” ask yourself why the personalities execute what they perform. Do the characters’ actions make feeling to you? Are their motivations clear best away, or just later on in the story?
9 Too Soon a Womale Reading Skills: SummarizingAs you review “Too Soon a Womale,” exercise summarizing. When you summarize, recognize the significant personalities describe the characters’ problems state the main occasions explain just how the problems are readdressed
10 Too Soon a Woman Reading Skills: SummarizingRemember: A summary is a brief restatement of the main occasions and ideas.
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+ = Keep your summary simple—leave out minor details.