Lesson 10: Great Expectations—Part 1
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It is not especially helpful for younger students to be asked the same question about a novel more than once in more than one way (writing and in class discussion, for example).CorrectIncorrect
It is helpful to ask students to come up with their own guiding questions for their reading which they can use to begin a class discussion.CorrectIncorrect
Because Dickens’s works can tend to be deceptively difficult, containing many interesting characters, it may require a slower reading. It can be helpful for students to outline the plot before engaging in a discussion about that part of the novel.CorrectIncorrect