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Warfield AP Junior English Due: Thursday Sept.

23
Frederick Douglass “Learning to Read and Write”
Instructions for Text-Marking/Reading Critically

1. Read the background information on pages 145-146


2. As you read the article, underline or highlight for the following elements:
a. Interesting, disturbing, surprising, or otherwise noteworthy ideas, insights, thoughts,
statements, etc.
b. Connections to Plato’s Allegory of the Cave
c. Words (and their definitions) that are unfamiliar to you
3. Write notes in the margins which explain your reactions and thoughts to the piece
4. Create 2 questions about the reading that you would like to discuss in class
5. Select 2 passages in the reading that you would like to discuss in class *

*you can develop questions about these passages if you want to overlap # 4 and #5 above.

Warfield AP Junior English Due: Thursday Sept. 23


Frederick Douglass “Learning to Read and Write”
Instructions for Text-Marking/Reading Critically

1. Read the background information on pages 145-146


2. As you read the article, underline or highlight for the following elements:
a. Interesting, disturbing, surprising, or otherwise noteworthy ideas, insights, thoughts,
statements, etc.
b. Connections to Plato’s Allegory of the Cave
c. Words (and their definitions) that are unfamiliar to you
3. Write notes in the margins which explain your reactions and thoughts to the piece
4. Create 2 questions about the reading that you would like to discuss in class
5. Select 2 passages in the reading that you would like to class to discuss*

*you can develop questions about these passages if you want to overlap # 4 and #5 above.

Warfield AP Junior English Due: Thursday Sept. 23


Frederick Douglass “Learning to Read and Write”
Instructions for Text-Marking/Reading Critically

1. Read the background information on pages 145-146


2. As you read the article, underline or highlight for the following elements:
a. Interesting, disturbing, surprising, or otherwise noteworthy ideas, insights, thoughts,
statements, etc.
b. Connections to Plato’s Allegory of the Cave
c. Words (and their definitions) that are unfamiliar to you
3. Write notes in the margins which explain your reactions and thoughts to the piece
4. Create 2 questions about the reading that you would like to discuss in class
5. Select 2 passages in the reading that you would like to class to discuss*
*you can develop questions about these passages if you want to overlap # 4 and #5 above.