Julie's Summer Topics for Discussion

Crystal Thrasher
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1. Julie is headstrong and has her mind set on a diploma. Her parents allow her to make the decision to stay in Greene County. How would you make a choice about whether or not you would stay to finish school if your family moved?

2. Julie thinks she is lucky to be able to stay with the Arthurs and work in Mrs. Arthur's dress shop. What does Floyd mean by his statement, "You may find things a mite different here now that you're alone with no where else to go," Floyd said under his breath. "Could be, you ain't as fortunate as you think."

3. After Julie's graduation from high school, she begins looking for a job in Linton. How would you seek a job?

How would you prepare for an interview? What kinds of questions could you expect to be asked? What kinds of questions...

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