Critical connection – Homework Experts

Step 1: Please start by completing this week’s reading:
– Kate Chopin’s “The Story of an Hour” https://catapult.co/stories/the-hawk-short-story-jules-chung
– Simone St. Pierre Nelson’s “Quarantine from the closet: A love story told through missed calls”
https://www.kuow.org/stories/quarantine-from-the-closet-a-love-story-told-through-missed-calls?utm_source=sfmc&utm_medium=newsletter
– Jules Chung’s “The Hawk” https://catapult.co/stories/the-hawk-short-story-jules-chung
Step 2: Visit the Introduction to Critical Thinking with Short Stories page to learn about the elements of literature and strategies for reading short stories.

Step 3: Visit the Windows and Mirrors page to learn more about an important concept and added skillset for this course!

Step 4: Visit the Seasons of Love in This Week’s Short Stories page for links, questions to consider, and guidelines on how to read this week’s texts.

Step 5: View the Critical Connections and Discussions page for a primer on writing about literature and completing these important, ongoing assignments.

Step 6: View the “Introducing Critical Connections” video** for an overview of this important assignment. Step 7: Complete W2: Critical Connections.
IV. For Further Information
If you want to know more about windows and mirrors, check out these brief but helpful resources:

Short Article
Rudine Sims Bishop’s “Mirrors, Windows, and Sliding Glass Doors” Download “Mirrors, Windows, and Sliding Glass Doors”
Short Video
“Why We Need Diverse Books” (Links to an external site.) (featuring Gene Luen Yang)