ASSIGNMENT CHOICE #2: Was his attitude understandable?

NOTE: Choose only TWO of these short answer questions.

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Given their life and death situation, do you believe Wiesel’s attitude toward his father was understandable?

Please write at least 5 sentences in your response.

IDEAS:

Did you express some interesting ideas = connection between real life and the book; personal connections or emotions, etc.

Answer displays little use of connections and little thought on the subject.

Answer displays some use of connections and some thought on the subject.

Answer makes considerable use of connections and displays considerable thought on the subject.

Answer makes extensive use of connections and displays extensive thought on the subject.

 

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CLARITY of LANGUAGE:

Spelling

Grammar

Capitals

Transitions between ideas and sentences.

Answer is full of errors.

Not very easy to follow.

Little use of transitions.

Answer is somewhat error-free.

Somewhat easy to follow.

Some use of transitions.

Answer is mostly error-free.

Easy to follow.

Considerable use of transitions.

Answer is totally error-free or has very few errors. Very easy to follow.

Extensive use of transitions.

 

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~ by mistercooke on Sunday, December 17, 2006.

4 Responses to “ASSIGNMENT CHOICE #2: Was his attitude understandable?”

  1. I think it was understandable considering the situation. He did help his father for the most part, but toward the end when his father had gotten sick there was nothing really Wiesel could do.

  2. His attitude was really understandable because in the long run their was nothing he could do for his father. His father would be in a better place and he wouldn’t have to suffer like everyone else and the father probably wouldn’t want to put his son’s life in jeopardy.

  3. He never turned his back on his farther up until the end when death seemed inevitable for his farther. i belive his attitude was understandable. He did the best that could of been expected of him under the extreme conditions.

  4. I beleave his attitude was understandable because there was nothing he could for his father. Furthermore I think his father would rather die then to put his son life in danger.

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