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Warfield AP Junior English Due: Thursday Sept.

30
Malcolm X “Learning to Read” / Connecting Plato, Douglass and Malcolm X
Assignment Instructions:

1. 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 and Frederick Douglass’ “Learning to Read
and Write”
c. Words (and their definitions) that are unfamiliar to you

2. WRITE: a 500 word essay in which you discuss three connections that you see between Plato,
Douglass, and Malcolm X. You should be specific about the particular passages, ideas, or
philosophical concepts that you are connecting. Make sure to discuss the significance of these
connections.

Requirements: TYPED, double-spaced, 500 words

Warfield AP Junior English Due: Thursday Sept. 30


Malcolm X “Learning to Read” / Connecting Plato, Douglass and Malcolm X
Assignment Instructions:

1. 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 and Frederick Douglass’ “Learning to Read
and Write”
c. Words (and their definitions) that are unfamiliar to you

2. WRITE: a 500 word essay in which you discuss three connections that you see between Plato,
Douglass, and Malcolm X. You should be specific about the particular passages, ideas, or
philosophical concepts that you are connecting. Make sure to discuss the significance of these
connections.

Requirements: TYPED, double-spaced, 500 words

Warfield AP Junior English Due: Thursday Sept. 30


Malcolm X “Learning to Read” / Connecting Plato, Douglass and Malcolm X
Assignment Instructions:

1. 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 and Frederick Douglass’ “Learning to
Read and Write”
c. Words (and their definitions) that are unfamiliar to you

2. WRITE: a 500 word essay in which you discuss three connections that you see between Plato,
Douglass, and Malcolm X. You should be specific about the particular passages, ideas, or
philosophical concepts that you are connecting. Make sure to discuss the significance of these
connections.

Requirements: TYPED, double-spaced, 500 words