• Answer the wrap-up question. • Post the completed Appendix G as an attachment. Weekly Reminders Every day an assignment is late is 10% off the grade. After the 4th day, I cannot accept the work. Summary of Week 7 Deliverables |Assignment |Location |Due | |Checkpoint: Reading and Comprehension |Individual Forum |Day 3, Wednesday | |Assignment: Reading and Retention |Individual Forum |Day 7, Sunday | Week Eight Personality and Learning Styles • Evaluate personal learning styles to maximize success in a distance learning environment.
126-129 Thursday, Oct. 23: The Problem of the Color Line, Double Consciousness, and Violence Read: --W.E.B. Du Bois, from The Souls of Black Folk available on line at http://www.pagebypagebooks.com/W_E_B_DuBois/The_Souls_of_Black_Folk/ Read the 2 chapters titled Forethought and Of Our Spiritual Strivings (7 pp.) Be sure to continue clicking at the bottom of the screen to find the complete number of pages for each short section) --Ida B.Wells “Lynch Law” (scroll down to chapter 4 from The Reason Why the colored American is Not in the World’s Columbian Exposition, at http://digital.library.upenn.edu/women/wells/exposition/exposition.html) "Under some conditions people flourish. Under other conditions, although the spirit is willing, people atrophy. How do we create conditions under which people flourish?
Misael Torres CSS100 Project 6 TO DO LIST 1. Determine the EXACT date and time of your Fall Quarter FINALS. Course and Title | Date & Time of FINAL | English 98 | December 13, Thursday ...….8:00-10:00 a.m. | Math 96 | December 14, Friday ........... 8:00 10:00 a.m. | CSS 100 | December 10, Monday ………….. 1:00 p.m. | 2. Describe your worst testing experiences in the space below (150 words minimum) * Try and include the class subject, type of test/questions, teaching style, etc. My worst testing experience was when I had a history test.
Homework Assignment 4 (10pts): Due at the beginning of class on Thursday April 19, 2012. Assignment: Choose ONE of the articles assigned and provide a critical review/critique. This paper should be no more than 2 pages; double spaced; 12pt font; Times New Roman; include a header (name, date, course); page numbers; and title. Your assignment will be to respond to ONE article to do the following: 1) Summarize the article in your own words. (who; what; when; where; why; how)—3pts.
Name: Date: February 24, 2014 HIST 2220—OL1: Midterm Examination Directions: This exam is based on your textbook and also some video documentaries I had you view for the first half of this semester. You may use your assigned textbook chapters and the video documentary, The Way West, Episode 3: The War for the Black Hills you had to watch in answering these short answer questions. Use 12-font, New Times Roman style for typing this exam. Question 1: How was the Reconstruction Period a slave-like existence for African Americans? Whites continued to discriminate against African American during the Reconstruction Period and were segregated.
English II Study Guide First Semester Exam A. Review the following 10 short stories, the novel, and 8 nonfiction works that we have read in this semester. A good way of doing this is to spend time re-reading the stories or reviewing your study guides and notes from class. I will not give out extra study guides, so if you have lost yours, you may want to review with a classmate for the ones that you are missing. Short Story Unit “The Californian's Tale” by Mark Twain “Contents of the Dead Man's Pockets” by Jack Finney “The Masque of the Red Death” by Edgar Allan Poe “ Two Kinds” by Amy Tan “ The Car We Had to Push” by James Thurber “Tuesday Siesta” by Gabriel García Márquez “Everyday
Dante Frederick Mr. Hansrote April 1st, 2015 Outline: Franklin D. Roosevelt Date of Birth January 30th, 1882 Date of Death April 12th, 1945 Educational Background Homeschooled until the age of 14 Graduate of Groton School Attended Harvard University and Columbia University Occupations Prior to Presidency Lawyer Governor of New York Term(s) in Office 4 terms in office Opponent(s) in Election(s) Herbert C. Hoover Alfred M. Landon Wendell L. Wilkie Thomas E. Dewey Vice President(s) John N. Garner (1932-1940) Henry A. Wallace (1940-1944) Harry S. Truman (1944-1948) Political Party Democrat Domestic Affairs American Agricultre Act First and Second "New Deal" Great Depression Foreign Affairs The "New Deal" World
QEP Cover Sheet Florida A&M University Department of History and African American Studies TO: QEP Assessment Coordinator / Graduate Student Readers FROM: Instructor’s Name: Ms.Heather MobleyDate:April. 8, 2013 Case Study or “Issue” Page # (from the Taking Sides book): 20 Class Day & Time:Monday5:30pm-8:00pm Class Title: AFA-3104 The African American Experience Class Section#:Section Semester / Term:Spring Year: 2013 Essays: PRE orPOST D’Angelo, Raymond and Herbert Douglas, eds. Taking Sides: Clashing Views in Race and Ethnicity, 7th edition (Dubuque, IA: McGraw Hill, 2009) “Issue#20: Is Now the Time for Reparations for African Americans?" Robert L. Allen is the author of "Past Due: The African American Quest for Reparation" and "The Black Scholar" (Summer 1998) believes that this is now the time African Americans should gain reparation. On the other hand, The Economist, the author of " Slavery and the Law: Time and Punishment" and the Economist (April 12,2002) does not believe that this is the time for African Americans to be compensated.
xxx ENGL 1301.015 27 June 2012 High School Stereotypes In The Eighties In the movie The Breakfast Club, made in the early 80’s. Five students are sent to detention on a Saturday morning and instructed to sit for eight hours and work on a one page essay of who they think they are. The five students appear to be judgmental of each other as they look around and take a seat somewhat apart from one another. This film is not a modern version of what today’s stereotypes interpret; it deals more with social status and cliques as well as family issues, which is about the only problem they can all communicate. The categories of stereotypes consist of a princess, the brain, the athlete, the basket case and the criminal.
Department of Africana Studies University at Albany-SUNY AAFS341 African/African American Religion Spring 2013 Instructor: Rev. Dr. Roxanne Jones Booth Email: email@example.com Office Hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays 12noon to 2:00PM Telephone: 442-4730 Business Administration Block Room #114 (BA-114) Class meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays – 2:45PM – 4:05PM HU124 Required Textbooks: African American Religious History: Documentary Witness, 2nd edition, Milton C. Sernett, editor This Far by Faith, Juan Williams and Quinton Dixie The Black Church in the African American Experience, C. Eric Lincoln and Lawrence H. Mamiya Course Objective: This course will explore African and African American religion in the United Stated