NOTE: Choose only TWO of these short answer questions.

Elie Wiesel

What questions do you have (for the author or otherwise) after reading Night?  Please explain your choice of question(s).

Please write at least 5 sentences in your response.


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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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 #4: Questions?”

  1. I would ask the author of the book night that if he could go back in time to when he was in the holocaust and tell himself one thing about the future what would it be? Would he tell himself when the war was over so he would know how long he would have to live in that hell, or would he tell himself tricks to stay alive like how to keep warm at night or to eat snow to stay hydrated.

  2. I’d basically ask him if it was hard to write about the Holocaust and remembering the tragic things that happened during the Holocaust. I’m actually interested in what his answer would be to Sacha’s question!! I think it would be educational to hear about how he survived, and how it would be to go back in time and remember these things for the book.

  3. I would ask if he would of ever thought before it happened like when they were being moved into ghettos if it were to happen again what he would do now that he knows what could happen. like would he resist the whole time from the begining or what.

  4. If i could ask the author one question I would ask him how could you go through something like that and come out through the other side. If it was me and I lived through it I don’t know if I could go back to a normal life.

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