“’I Will Not Stand Silent.’ 10 Asian Americans Reflect on Racism During the Pandemic and the Need for Equality,” by Anna Purna Kambhampaty and Haruka Sakaguchi.
This article catches the audience when Donald Trump is mentioned for helping to mainstream …
Use these Questions to write your Mentor Text Analysis. You are doing an analysis of its structure (NOT CONTENT). Write ONE paragraph.
First tell me THE TITLE OF THE TEXT YOU ARE ANALYZING!
- How does the text HOOK the audience?
RQ: How has the corona virus exacerbated anti-Asian sentiment?
Letter, op-ed, TEDtalk, interview in podcast or video.
I am thinking about writing a letter. I would present this as an open-letter written in the college newspaper in order to reach …
After studying Professor Wu’s end comments on my FD 1, I plan to develop two more scenes at key points in my story, in P. 4 and P. 6. Also, I plan to break up large blocks of dialogue by …
Source Entry for “Schools Kill Curiosity”
Part 1 MLA Citation
Berliner, Wendy. “ ‘Schools Are Killing Curiosity’: Why We Need to Stop Telling Children to Shut up and Learn.” The Guardian, Guardian News, and Media, 28 Jan. 2020, https://www.theguardian.com/education/2020/jan/28/schools-killing-curiosity-learn…
My research question is: How has the CV pandemic exacerbated Anti-Asian racism?
Source Entry #1
Part 1: MLA Citation
Yang, Andrew. “We Are Not the Virus But We Can Be Part of the Cure.” 1 Apr 2020 The Washington Post…
Source Entry for “Spit On, Yelled At, Attacked: Chinese-Americans Fear for Their Safety”
PART 1: MLA Citation
Tavernise, Sabrina, and Richard A. Oppel. “Spit On, Yelled At, Attacked: Chinese-Americans Fear for Their Safety.” The New York Times 23 Mar 2020. …
Part 3 Reflection
Put your one paragraph reflection on “Schools Kill Curiosity” here.
Part 4 Rhetorical Analysis
Put your one paragraph rhetorical analysis on “Schools” here
Part 5 Notable Quotables
Select at least 3 significant quotes from the …
You are doing Parts 1 and 2 for a Source Entry on “Schools are Killing Curiosity.”
Part 1 MLA Citation
(PUT YOUR CITATION HERE)
Part 2 Summary
(Put your summary here.)…
Tavernise, Sabrina, and Richard A. Oppel. “Spit on, Yelled at, Attacked: Chinese-Americans Fear for Their Safety.” The New York Times, The New York Times, 23 Mar. 2020, https://www.nytimes.com/2020/03/23/us/chinese-coronavirus-racist-attacks.html.
My second source, my op-ed will be:
Yang, Andrew. “We …