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Reader Response (Thirteen Reasons Why)

Reader Responses For each novel you will write a Reader Response unless an alternative assignment option is given. Your reading responses should be a MINIMUM of 400 words each (writing without citation portion) and contain an outside academic resource (other than the novel read). This is an analysis. Do not summarize the novel. First person or third person voice is acceptable in these postings--no 2nd person voice (you, your) in the Reader Responses--okay in peer response. No heading is required for discussion post. Your Reading Response analysis should reference one of the following: Please copy the number at the top of your post so I know which one you are discussing. 1. A discussion in relation to the adolescent literature genre under study for that week (i.e. Science Fiction, Contemporary Realism, Historical Fiction) 2. A discussion how the novel relates to a young adult’s social situation (bullying, peer pressure, isolationism, etc.) 3. A discussion of how this novel is relatable for college level/adult readers as well as adolescent readers (how, why?) 4. A discussion of how this novel portrays/relates to the challenges of adolescent identity (ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation, etc.) You are required to have an outside academic reference for each Reader Response. Cite the textbook, Developing Adolescent weekly reading, or an outside scholarly peer-reviewed academic article in your discussion (using 1-2 citations- 1 required). You may use a short quote from the novel as a supplement for your analysis but this does not count as your outside academic cited reference. Include a quote or paraphrase (in-text) and include the reference at the bottom of your Reader Response in correct MLA or APA citation format. Choose one citation method and be consistent.
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