Read the following article by N. R. Kleinfield from the New York Times, It's Root, Root, Root, but for Which Team?, and answer the three questions below:
What cue words are used in the article to signal similarities and differences?
How does this article/story compare with my own experiences?
What details in the passage show comparisons and/or differences?
Part 2 - Submit this part to your instructor for a grade.
Using the information you gathered in Part 1 and thinking about the article you read, choose one question below to answer. Your answer should be approximately a paragraph in length.
Compare and contrast Yankee and Mets fans according to the article. Which details from the article are stereotypes of each type of fan, and which are backed up by demographic facts obtained from a poll?
Discuss how participation in sports can be both beneficial and detrimental to a young player.
Choose two other rival sports teams, and compare and contrast the fans of these rival teams. For example, you might choose to compare and contrast the fans from two local high school football teams. (This is all in good fun!)
i believe the answer is d : )
mark twain, real name samuel langhorne clemens, was an american writer, humorist, entrepreneur, publisher, and lecturer. among his novels are the adventures of tom sawyer and its sequel, the adventures of huckleberry finn, the latter often called "the great american novel". wikipedia