Perspectives of Reading
Luca McLaughlin, Mark Imus, Noah Brennan
We look at things through the perspective of whoever the story is really about and then form our own opinions based off of our experiences. If the story is told from the 1st person, they see people who encounter adversity, or they encounter adversity themselves. The perspective we approach the reading from the person being oppressed.
1. One observes the issues that are confronted in the reading.
2. They apply what they read and compare it to themselves.
3. They question whether what they read is right or wrong and form an opinion.