Common Read Student Symposium – Feature – (2019)

Common Read Student Symposium – Feature – (2019)


The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time Common Read Symposium (MUSIC) Nicole Morris: Today is our first javelina common read
symposium, so all of the freshman s tudents in our U.N.I.V classes this
semester are all read the same novel and from that they’ve made connections
between it, and their first time in colleg e and what you see here is the
culmination of a semesters long of work. So we’ve got a winner from each
of our 33 U.N.I.V and sections who are competing here at the poster symposium
they’ve done research about first time in college and are pairing that with
themes from the no vel. Maria Sandoval: Although autistic people don’t
they’re known as being different but overall when you read the book
everything you you start to realize that you’re not as different as everyone
makes it seem, you the ways that he investigation so
therefore like you have the same endurance as he does, you have you you
learn how to be analytical the way he is. Mia Martinez: for myself what was really relatable and
what stood out to me was my cousin she’s very she’s autistic herself so what
stood out to me was being able to connect to Christopher in that way from
a very personal level cuz me and her a very close back home. So I was able to
learn how they analyze things they don’t verbally express their thoughts but in
their mind they’re constantly analyzing what they’re going through, very
analytical on their observations to the very detail. They like to pinpoint every
single thing that they see so that was very close to me hit kind of home. Eric Cano: I knew
nothing about autism I knew very very little, so I decided to do this poster do
some research on this topic and really understand what Christopher was going
through in the novel. And through this research
it really opened my mind it was really interesting researching about autism and
and how and how it how its shown in in the in the novel. you

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