ILOs Understand the general nature, purposes, and techniques of literature with a sense of its relationship to life and culture. Recognize a representative selection of literary works by major writers….
Coming Of Age In Mississippi
Traditionally, history is presented from a “top-down” perspective. That is, we see history through the eyes of the victors – leaders, the famous, the wealthy, the movers and shakers, etc. However, Coming of Age presents history from the “bottom-up” — from the common man’s point of view. Give three (3) differences between the two points-of-views showing how the textbook teaches you about the Civil Rights Movement, its leaders, its groups, its events, etc. and how Anne Moody discusses the same or similar events, groups, and leaders. For example, how does the textbook (chapters 22-25) discusses Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., NAACP, CORE, Medgar Evers, SNCC, March on Washington, sit-ins, demonstrations, etc. versus how Moody relates them? (130 points)
Describe how each of the following people positively influenced the life of Anne Moody: The Clairbornes, the Johnsons, Mrs. Burke, and Wayne Burke. (40)