this is called the brave new blog must have read brave new world 2

it doesn’t have to very long`

These are the instructions:

  1. Brief summary of non-fiction article. What is the author’s argument? Ethical/ moral dilemma? Integrate direct evidence from the article.
  2. How does this topic relate/ connect to Brave New World?
  3. What is your personal reaction to this issue?
  4. Responses will have proper grammar, spelling, and sentence structure.
  5. Responses should be long enough to demonstrate that you have done the reading and have thought about it at least a little.

6. Responses will quote relevant text, including page numbers, to bolster any claims that
you may have. Quotations must include proper citation, placing author’s last name and
the page number after the close quote in parentheses.

7. Responses will NOT cut and paste analyses from websites such as SparkNotes or

Shmoop. Plagiarism is a high offense, particularly on the Internet.

8. Do your best to make it look like a blog…Fun!

• Blog entries usually include the date and specific time that they were posted (a
timestamp).

• The blogger’s name is usually listed with the timestamp. By default, blogs usually end “Posted by [blogger’s name].” Give yourself a dystopian moniker?

• Blog entries usually have a title that describes or relates to the content of the entry. Titles are usually set off in a layout with a bold font.
• Bloggers may choose an icon to represent their current mood. You might see something like Current mood: reflective (insert emoji)

• Bloggers can include information about the song they were listening to when they
wrote a blog entry. Choose a song with a dystopian/ apocalyptic theme:

Currently listening: “The End”

By The Doors

  1. Brief summary of non-fiction article. What is the author’s argument? Ethical/ moral dilemma? Integrate direct evidence from the article.
  2. How does this topic relate/ connect to Brave New World?
  3. What is your personal reaction to this issue?
  4. Responses will have proper grammar, spelling, and sentence structure.
  5. Responses should be long enough to demonstrate that you have done the reading and have thought about it at least a little.

6. Responses will quote relevant text, including page numbers, to bolster any claims that
you may have. Quotations must include proper citation, placing author’s last name and
the page number after the close quote in parentheses.

7. Responses will NOT cut and paste analyses from websites such as SparkNotes or

Shmoop. Plagiarism is a high offense, particularly on the Internet.

8. Do your best to make it look like a blog…Fun!

• Blog entries usually include the date and specific time that they were posted (a
timestamp).

• The blogger’s name is usually listed with the timestamp. By default, blogs usually end “Posted by [blogger’s name].” Give yourself a dystopian moniker?

• Blog entries usually have a title that describes or relates to the content of the entry. Titles are usually set off in a layout with a bold font.
• Bloggers may choose an icon to represent their current mood. You might see something like Current mood: reflective (insert emoji)

• Bloggers can include information about the song they were listening to when they
wrote a blog entry. Choose a song with a dystopian/ apocalyptic theme:

Currently listening: “The End”

By The Doors