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Original Title: Reflects the Content of your Presentation. Correct MLA Information: Heading and Header. Martin Luther King, Jr.: “I’ve Been to the Mountaintop”. This slide will include the following: Works of art which reflect the content of your analysis of the selection;

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original title reflects the content of your presentation

Original Title: Reflects the Content of your Presentation

Correct MLA Information: Heading and Header

Essay Exam #2

martin luther king jr i ve been to the mountaintop
Martin Luther King, Jr.:“I’ve Been to the Mountaintop”
  • This slide will include the following:
    • Works of art which reflect the content of your analysis of the selection;
    • One work of art must be a quilt; the other can be one of your choosing-print, painting, sculpture, etc.
    • Include at least two works of art directly connected to at least two analysis points
      • Do not include any clip art
      • Do Not include ANY TEXT on this slide – your explanation will be verbal as you connect your analyses to the works of art included on the slide

Essay Exam #2

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“Talking Books”: Connecting the Elements

  • This slide will include the following:
    • Works of art relating MLK to each of the “Talking Books” elements discussed in class
    • Include at least one work of art per ‘Talking Book’ element
      • Do not include any clip art
      • Do Not include ANY TEXT on this slide – your explanation will be verbal as you connect your analyses to the art included on the slide

Essay Exam #2

literature of slavery and freedom name of author analyzed
“Literature of Slavery and Freedom: Name of author analyzed”
  • Select one selection by one of the following authors to analyze for this section:
    • Maria Stewart or Frederick Douglass
  • This slide will include the following:
    • Works of art which reflect the content of your analysis of the selection;
    • One work of art must be a quilt; the other can be one of your choosing-print, painting, sculpture, etc.
    • Include at least two works of art directly connected to at least two analysis points
      • Do not include any clip art
      • Do Not include ANY TEXT on this slide – your explanation will be verbal as you connect your analyses to the works of art included on the slide

Essay Exam #2

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Introduction to the “Literature of Slavery and Freedom”: Connecting the Elements to your “Slavery and Freedom” author

  • This slide will include the following:
    • Works of art relating the author to two elements in the Introduction;
    • Include at least one work of art per element discussed
      • Do not include any clip art
      • Do Not include ANY TEXT on this slide – your explanation will be verbal as you connect your analyses to the art included on the slide

Essay Exam #2

notes
Notes
  • Use correct MLA format;
  • Discuss your connections and analyses effectively according to the rhetorical and literary elements authors use to address social issues;

Essay Exam #2

possible references
Possible References
  • African –American/Black History and Civil Rights Movement Websites: http://www.cumbavac.org/Black_History.htm
  • ARTstor in HCC-Library database: http://0-library.artstor.org.librus.hccs.edu/library/welcome.html
  • Art Cyclopedia: http://www.artcyclopedia.com/
  • It’s A Black Thang: http://www.itsablackthang.com/index.htm
  • Library of Congress: http://www.loc.gov/index.html
  • ChidiOkoye-Nigerian & Vancouver artist: http://www.chidi.com/index.htm
  • Womenfolk.com: http://www.womenfolk.com/quilting_history/afam.htm
  • American Studies at the University of Virginia: http://xroads.virginia.edu/
  • Owen Sound’s Black History: http://www.osblackhistory.com/index.php
  • Grey Roots Museum and Archives: http://www.greyroots.com/

Houston Public Library; HCC Library Database;

Essay Exam #2