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Analytical Writing. We have to get better at analyzing. We will follow these rules:. We WILL use the JWJ plan correctly. We WILL use exact quotes from the text. We WILL explain the “college prep” layer; we will NOT summarize, or re-tell the story. We WILL connect layers

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Analytical writing

Analytical Writing

We have to get better at analyzing.


We will follow these rules
We will follow these rules:

  • We WILL use the JWJ plan correctly.

  • We WILL use exact quotes from the text.

  • We WILL explain the “college prep” layer; we will NOT summarize, or re-tell the story.

  • We WILL connect layers

  • We WILL use proper grammar, punctuation, etc.


To analyze means
“To Analyze” Means…

-to break apart into parts; to study the inner relationship between the parts

To analyze text means…

-to break the text into parts (the parts are college prep layers)

-to write about how one part relates to another part



[Main Point-Circle Sentence]

Man vs. society conflicts are used to show the discrimination and social taboos of the Post Civil War South in Mildred Taylor's book, The Land. -Jason R


Man vs. Animal was an

important part of The Land.


When Paul stumbles across the land, he rushes to Hollenbeck to try and buy it, but, "JT Hollenbeck was not interested in selling the land no matter what color I was" (p. 116).  -Victoria


On page 122 it says, “Boy, whatcha think to try and buy it, but, "JT Hollenbeck was not interested in selling the land no matter what color I was" (p. 116).  -Victoria

you’re gonna do with a horse like that?”


[FEDI] to try and buy it, but, "JT Hollenbeck was not interested in selling the land no matter what color I was" (p. 116).  -Victoria

This confrontation sparks Paul's realization that he doesn't fit in in either societies. -Bella


FEDI to try and buy it, but, "JT Hollenbeck was not interested in selling the land no matter what color I was" (p. 116).  -Victoria

Paul is treated bad because

he is black.


FEDI to try and buy it, but, "JT Hollenbeck was not interested in selling the land no matter what color I was" (p. 116).  -Victoria

Paul knows that he can't change society so he needs to change himself.

-Kristen


FEDI to try and buy it, but, "JT Hollenbeck was not interested in selling the land no matter what color I was" (p. 116).  -Victoria

These views and taboos snake their way into Paul's home causing a man vs. man conflict between him and Mitchell. -Megan H.


Through the conflicts, Mildred Taylor to try and buy it, but, "JT Hollenbeck was not interested in selling the land no matter what color I was" (p. 116).  -Victoria

shows how Paul faces this discrimination

with determination as he advances

towards his goal. –Jessica Yap


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