Goals: To use annotation and a two-step reading process to find deeper meaning and connections within a text
Opener: Philosophy Phriday! (Actually, today is more sociology friday . . .) If given complete freedom (i.e. not just the option from a list), how would you describe your own race? How important is your own racial identity to you? What is racism? What do you think the differences are between racism and racial prejudice, if any? What do these things look like in your everyday life or experiences?
Handouts in Class: none
Terms and Vocabulary: none
Work Assigned and Collected:
a. We read and took first-reading notes on chapters 15-16.
1. Please read chapters 14-16 a second time and use your yellow card to annotate them. For each chapter, have at least three annotations of each kind on the card EXCEPT point of view -- for that one you may only have one. Notice that this is a total of 10 annotations for each chapter. I will be checking all your notes for chapters 14-16 on Monday.