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Senior 2. The Big "H"

What is the setting of the story?  How does this setting create a mood or atmosphere for the story?  Describe the mood, using evidence from the text to support your answer. 227 more words

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Senior 2. Capable of change

Are any of the characters a developing character, changing over time?  Explain how the character changed in the story. Was the change a large or a small change?   405 more words

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Senior 2. Not important, just "incapable"

What point of view does the author use? Does the author use point of view primarily to reveal or to conceal?  Explain.

This story follows Craig Gilner, a 15 year old boy diagnosed with clinical depression. 495 more words

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Senior 2. Stigma against mental illness

Does the book address broader social issues?  What stance does the author take on this issue?  How do you know?  Do you agree with the author? 546 more words

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SENIOR #2: Too Much Pressure

Does the book address broader social issues?  (e.g., inequality, racism, abortion, hunger, etc.)  What stance does the author take on this issue?  How do you know?   679 more words

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SENIOR #2: Wear Your Problems

Choose a character who is not the protagonist.  How does he/she help or hinder the protagonist’s growth?  

Right after Craig had checked into the psychiatric hospital, he was in a very bad place. 668 more words

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The Real World

“What do you consider as your dream world?” 

This was the question my psychiatrist asked me awhile ago because I mentioned that I’m considering going out of my dream world.  318 more words

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