What if one of those seemingly insignificant choices impacted your life forever? In “Choices” by Susan Kerslake we meet Peggy, a beautiful. The short story, “Choices” by Susan Kerslake is about an unexpected car crash of a couple named Peggy and Ken. Peggy and Ken “met like. In the short story Choices by Susan Kerslake, a woman named Peggy decides to go on a weekend trip with her boyfriend Ken and the two end.

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Which can be seen in the quote: Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: In your mind, texting while you drive can seem like a small insignificant choice, but that one decision could cause you to lose your life.

Does it change after the accident?

We were still friends after that but recently his dad’s cancer came back and he needed a friend to talk to and i was here for him and this experience made me feel like i was closer kerslak him. What is Peggy’s sense of her relationship with Ken before the accident?

By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. Susan Kerslake foreshadows the choice that Kerslske ends up making and the consequences when you read the line: Does the story remind you of a real life event? She then worked at Children’s hospital in the Child Life Department. What if one of those seemingly insignificant choices impacted your life forever?


What do you think caused the accident? Hasti Nozadi October 8, at You are commenting using your Facebook account. kerslakke

Newer Post Older Post Home. Tomas Galus December 6, at I had to read it a couple times but the use of figurative language was really strong and i actually felt as if i was in her shoes.

Does the story remind you of another book or movie on a similar topic? Email required Address never made public. You are commenting using your Twitter account. I think the author tried to make us aware of the consequences of doing small actions.

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Peggy has been asked by her friend, Ken, to go out for the weekend on a trip. You are commenting using your WordPress. Anonymous January 6, at 7: How does the story help you think about social isues and social justice?

Cgoices often influence our everyday life, but have you ever thought about the small decisions that you make daily?

What action might you take from at you have learned? Do you belong to any of the groups in the text?

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One of those choices that I can relate to is texting while driving. Amazing explanation,good work,seems like u put a lot of effort,looking forward to see more useful comments. Notify me of new comments wusan email. I think that the authors ideas should be important to all people because we always take things for granted and overlook situations that could be life threatening, like getting in a car with your friend.


Does Ken show Peggy that he feels any sense of responsabiliy to her after the accident? Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Symbol God takes even the less deserving away from the ones we love.

Susan Kerslake uses subtle hints and very specific wording to give the reader the impression that Peggy would rather stay home than go on the trip with Ken.

Posted by Baillie Vickers at 9: I think that after the accident when he is sitting in the waiting room he feels responsible because he stays there craddling his head in his hands, and does not leave. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: What does the author want you to think? Peggy mentions that the plans that Ken had for the weekend, what they would do together, is something that she could accomplish at home. What big question has this text left you with?

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Does this story have a good ending?