Today, we’ll be reading Maryse Condé, Crossing the Mangrove, p. 162-193.
Bring the rough draft of your Abstract and Annotated Bibliography to class, printed. This means that you should have your 250-300 word abstract and a minimum of two sources two sources (a paragraph describing each source and how it connects to your argument).
For today, we’ll be reading Maryse Condé, Crossing the Mangrove, p. 129-161.
Today, we’ll be signing up for conferences for next week. Make sure to write down the time you signed up for. All you have to do next week (April 8-12) is show up to conferences, continue writing your Abstract and Annotated Bibliography (and possibly begin on your Research-Based Argument), and finish reading Crossing the Mangrove.
Don’t forget to bring your rough draft of your Abstract and Annotated Bibliography on Friday, printed!
For today, we’ll be reading Maryse Condé’s Crossing the Mangrove, p. 94-128.
Reminder: Your rough draft of your Abstract and Annotated bibliography is due, printed, on Friday. All you have to have is your 250-300 word abstract and at least two sources prepared for the rough draft. I’ll be returning this to you during conferences, along with my feedback. More information about how to write an annotated bibliography can be found here, at the Purdue OWL. Additonally, this website has more information on MLA format, which is the format required for this assignment.
Featured Image: “Maryse Condé with Notes and Tea” by Judith Levy, March 28, 2019
For today, we will be doing an in-class activity that will help you write your Secondary Source Review. The only reading you are required to do is make sure you have closely read the secondary source that you are writing about for this assignment. You must bring this source to class in order to properly complete the activity.