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3.2 Written Texts What do you need to know?

3.2 Written Texts What do you need to know?

3.2 Written Texts What do you need to know?. African American Poetry: Maya Angelou & Paul Laurence Dunbar. Maya Angelou. Biography

By Mercy
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Focus on Poetry

Focus on Poetry

Focus on Poetry. By Mrs. Julious For World Literature. Poetry (form of communication). To understand a poet’s message, you need to learn the elements of poetry. We will study selected poetry that relates to the plight of Americans.

By wyanet
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The Harlem Renaissance

The Harlem Renaissance

The Harlem Renaissance. Michelle Chang Colleen Gatchalian Justin Raquidan Celine Solis. Warm-Up. What do you know about the Harlem Renaissance era?. The Harlem Renaissance. Also known as “The New Negro Movement” Started after World War I (1914-1918) and during The Great Migration

By kato
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We Wear the Mask

We Wear the Mask

We Wear the Mask. Paul Laurence Dunbar. To Start. The title of Dunbar’s poem for today is We Wear the Mask . What ideas or reactions are created by this title? What do you think the poem might be about?. Objective.

By traci
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Black History Knowledge Bowl

Black History Knowledge Bowl

Black History Knowledge Bowl. 2012 Go Panthers!!!!. Jesse Jackson. This African American leader was a close associate of Dr. Martin Luther King. He founded Operation Push and the Rainbow Coalition. He ran for President of the United States. Coretta Scott King.

By sol
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American Realism (1865-1910)

American Realism (1865-1910)

American Realism (1865-1910). Romanticism vs. Realism. Life as we Imagine it. Life as it Really IS. “Realism is nothing more, nothing less, than the truthful treatment of material.” -William Dean Howells (author). Begins in Europe (France)

By gezana
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Personal Politics: The life and language of June Jordan

Personal Politics: The life and language of June Jordan

Personal Politics: The life and language of June Jordan. Born in Harlem in 1936. Moved 6 years later to Bedford-Stuyvesant. Her mother was a nurse and her father was a postal worker. Both were Afro- Carribean immigrants. This was her house. This was her street.

By nieve
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It’s the big picture

It’s the big picture

RL2 Theme. It’s the big picture. The Target. 4 I can determine multiple themes or central ideas, explain how they related, and give 3+ key supporting details showing development through the text.

By selena
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Journal 9 January 2012

Journal 9 January 2012

Journal 9 January 2012. What is the message of this political cartoon?. Team leaders: Get team comp. books Pick up “If Fred…” for team members (comp. table) Pick up 1 “Current Events Analysis” Team members: Read “If Fred…” Discuss questions on “Current Events Analysis” with team

By skule
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RI3/RL3 Summarizing

RI3/RL3 Summarizing

RI3/RL3 Summarizing. Be Concise, Be Clear. The Target. I can write all the elements of a 3 while using 3+ rhetorical verbs.

By huyen
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Harlem Renaissance

Harlem Renaissance

Harlem Renaissance. The Beginnings. Zora Neale Hurston. 1920-30s Literature Music Theater Art Politics. Groundwork. Langston Hughes. Education Employment Great Migration Publications. Characteristics. Roots of the African-American experience Racial pride

By vern
(364 views)

stereotypes

stereotypes

stereotypes. In the media. Essential question. How are we affected personally by the stereotypes we see and hear in the Media, and how do these stereotypes affect our society in a more global manner?. objectives.

By niran
(248 views)

Division and Reconciliation Unit Review

Division and Reconciliation Unit Review

Division and Reconciliation Unit Review. Spirituals. LITERARY TERMS. Spiritual- Folk songs by slaves with biblical references Refrain- Repeats, effects on song Repetition- Reinforced ideas, what was repeated in each Rhyme & Rhythm- Used for effect & reinforcement.

By alyn
(125 views)

Figurative Language Continued

Figurative Language Continued

Figurative Language Continued. Personification, Hyperbole, and Symbolism. It allows the reader to visualize what the writer is saying. It adds interest and color to a written piece. Review: Why is it important to use figurative language in our writing?.

By adele
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Concept English Fall 2013

Concept English Fall 2013

Concept English Fall 2013. Balanced Literacy . How I Look At our Work…. Objectives. Distinguish between (1) meaning, structure, and visual cues used during reading and between (2) top-down and bottom-up models of reading

By courtney
(145 views)

Poetry Café

Poetry Café

Poetry Café . Wendy Kim 2B. If. <Notes> Wreath : an arrangement of flowers, leaves, or stems fastened in a ring and used for decoration or for laying on a grave. Meed : a deserved share or reward. By. Paul Laurence Dunbar. If life were but a dream, my Love , And death the waking time ;

By dick
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Caged Bird- Maya Angelou

Caged Bird- Maya Angelou

Caged Bird- Maya Angelou. This poem is a contrast between a caged bird and a free bird and their different characteristics, emphasizing on the Caged Bird.

By emory
(335 views)

Day 14 Tuesday 2/11

Day 14 Tuesday 2/11

Day 14 Tuesday 2/11. Warm-up (symbolism Review) Annotations “Mirror” by Sylvia Plath Comprehension Questions Writing from an object’s perspective. Warm-up.

By cyma
(93 views)

Paul Laurence Dunbar

Paul Laurence Dunbar

Paul Laurence Dunbar. WE WEAR THE MASKS Mikey M eacham . Paul Laurence Dunbar. Born on June 27, 1872, Paul Laurence Dunbar was one of the first African-American poets to gain national recognition His parents were freed slaves from Kentucky

By vanig
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Paul Laurence Dunbar

Paul Laurence Dunbar

“We Wear the Mask” & “Sympathy”. Paul Laurence Dunbar. “We Wear the Mask” group questions. Explain the metaphor in the poem? What is it a metaphor for? What consistency do you notice in the rhythm and rhyme scheme of the poem? Do you believe this is done on purpose? Why or why not?

By alban
(588 views)

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