Next week you'll work with your small group to delve into how your topic connects to Invisible Man and plan a class discussion to explore that connection...
But THIS weekend, it's your primary job to get informed about your topic! Spend some time online, reading widely. Look for scholarly articles, first-hand accounts/experiences, etc. Use the organizer you received today to record and evaluate at least three good sources of information.
slavery & the "slave-narrative Ebony, Mariam A., Chloe
Booker T. Washington Terrence, Esther, Whitney
Jazz music & Louis Armstrong's "Black and Blue" Karla, Mariam D., Rebecca
The Great Migration Alfonso, My Queen, Tiana, Tori
Existentialism Sandy, Mosammat, Billicko
Marcus Garvey Gerald, Jennifer, Nikelly
Communism & Black Nationalism Loren, Kayla, Karencia
HBC's and segregated education Emmanuel, Sela, Carise
** oh and if you're still behind in the novel, finish it up this weekend!
This AP Literature & Composition class is a college-level survey course that requires extensive reading, deep thinking, and high-level analytical writing. You are in this class by choice AND by teacher recommendation.