A woman balances a stack of books on her head

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Think about what you have learned so far. You reviewed how to locate and use word processor resources like a spell-checker and a built-in thesaurus. You also learned how to use online resources such as dictionaries, thesauri, synonym finders, and etymology sites. You explored print resources and how similar they are to online sources.

Now it’s your turn to use any of the sources at your disposal to read and answer questions. Open a graphic organizer and follow the instructions. You will read a review written by New York Times critic A.O. Scott. You can save, download, and print this file. Graphic Organizer Instructions

Here are some suggested resources for you to use: