EXTRA CREDIT:**Annotated Bibliographies are linked below. Please keep in mind, you are to use the links as your research and quote from the websites NOT from your peers' annotations.**Independent Reading AssignmentSelect a novel from the list provided, or have an alternate choice approved (signed parent form)As you read the novel, make note of 10 moments that are evocative:Graphic imageryMade you think of somethingConnection to another storyMade you question somethingMade you feel somethingetc...On Tuesday, March 25th (Day 2), we will do a mini-lesson on digital literacy for you to conduct research and find informational sources about the events discussed in your book.On Monday, March 31st (Day 2), students will take part in a guided discussion in small groups to discuss their books and to answer questions, which may include but are not limited to the following:1. How did it happen? What shaped the events in your book?2. How were the victims oppressed?3. Was there resistance?4. Why should we remember?5. Is this a book that should be read in order to gain a deeper understanding of man's capacity to do harm and man's capacity to create change for the better?