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Voice Lessons – Tone

Voice Lessons – Tone

Voice Lessons – Tone. Understanding voice in literature and using it in your own writing. Adapted from Nancy Dean’s Voice Lessons. What is Tone?. Tone is the expression of attitude . It is the writer’s (or narrator’s) implied attitude toward his subject and audience.

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African-American Folk Tales

African-American Folk Tales

African-American Folk Tales. African-American folk tales originated with peoples who were brought from Africa against their will as slaves. They were torn from their individual cultures, families, languages and customs. The African in them was forcibly suppressed by the white slave owners.

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African American Culture

African American Culture

African American Culture. Chapter 10, Section 5. Harlem Renaissance. Spanned 1919-mid 1930s Great Migration  large African American populations in the north Cities full of night clubs and music Harlem neighborhood in New York City became epicenter

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African American Culture

African American Culture

African American Culture. The Harlem Renaissance. Began in Harlem NY in the 1920s An increase in black pride led many black intellectuals to write work portraying the lives of the African American working class. These writers used European literary styles to express their ideas.

By oliana (173 views)

AFRICAN AMERICAN CULTURE

AFRICAN AMERICAN CULTURE

AFRICAN AMERICAN CULTURE. Culture:. The attitudes, values, customs, and behavior patterns that characterize a social group. Ethnicity:. A person’s ancestry; the way individuals identify themselves with the nation from which they or their ancestors came. ¿What is African American

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African American Culture

African American Culture

African American Culture. Section 3. The Harlem Renaissance. Great Migration- moving from the rural South to industrial cities in the North African Americans sought to escape the segregated society of the South Hoped to find economic opportunities Build better lives

By umay (165 views)

African American Culture

African American Culture

African American Culture. By: MariKo Nielson. History. There are different aspects of African American history. Some include : Slavery Civil Rights South American Apartheid. Slavery.

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10.5 African American Culture

10.5 African American Culture

10.5 African American Culture. I. The Harlem Renaissance. A. The major movement of African Americans from the south to the north during WWI and beyond was called the Great Migration . 1910 African American Population. 1930 African American Population. I. The Harlem Renaissance….

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African American Children’s Culture

African American Children’s Culture

African American Children’s Culture. 1960 - 1990. Study Guide Questions. Which civil rights act was the most effective in protecting the rights of African American children? What changes were seen in the lives of African American children after the passage of this act?

By howell (235 views)

African to African American Expressive Culture

African to African American Expressive Culture

African to African American Expressive Culture. the oral tradition. f rom Africa. The oral tradition includes music stories oratory religious expression

By clove (316 views)

Folk Culture

Folk Culture

Folk Culture. Defining Folk Culture. Folk cultures are small, homogenous groups in usually separate areas with unique customs . Folk Cultures have a more clustered distribution. These cultures are spread mostly by relocation diffusion . Sometimes a folk trait had independent inventions

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