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Bell Ringer: Explain the following quotation: “The price that the immigrant willingly pays, and that the exile avoids, is the trauma of self-transformation.”

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1 Bell Ringer: Explain the following quotation: “The price that the immigrant willingly pays, and that the exile avoids, is the trauma of self-transformation.” Homework: Study Island: Allusion and Symbolism (due at midnight)

2 Activity 1.13 Pg. 69

3 Two Ways to Belong in America ●Define mongrelization. ●What perspective on marriage is presented? o Arranged/for love? In/Outside ones own culture? ●How is juxtaposition apparent in the underlined sentences? (Bottom of Pg. 70) ●Explain the meaning of the sentence beginning, “We were always unacknowledged…” (last sentence, 1st Paragraph on Pg. 71) ●How does the reference to a long enduring, comfortable yet loveless marriage deviate from the earlier references?

4 BharatiMira Birthplace Citizenship Dress Marriage Views on Heritage Attitude toward Citizenship U.S.A. Attitude toward living in America

5 Two Ways to Belong in America ●How does Mukherjee use the metaphor of marriage to convey the different relationship each sister has with America? ●What does Assimilate mean? Which sister chooses to assimilate?

6 Compare and Contrast Two WaysEveryday Use

7 Comparing Sisters Dee & Bharati Maggie & Mira

8 Rhetorical Triangle

9 pathos – emotional appeal; stirs strong feelings within the audience logos – logical appeal; constructs a message of a well-reasoned argument ethos – ethical appeal; establishes credibility and authority of speaker The Appeals

10 More parts to the construction of an argument…

11 Hook – the beginning of a persuasive essay meant to capture the reader’s attention Claim – debatable controversial statement the speaker or writer intends to prove with evidence Support – Evidence for writer’s claim (examples, anecdotes, facts, statistics, research, etc.) Commentary – connecting the evidence to the claim (How does evidence support claim?)

12 Concession – respectful acknowledgement of opposing viewpoint Refutation - acknowledging and countering an opposing viewpoint Call to action – the action the speaker or writer is persuading the audience or reader to take

13 Choose one pair of girls and write an essay to explain their attitudes to a culture ●Hook ●Thesis - Make a claim that it is better to embrace your heritage or assimilate to your new culture. ●Two Ways to Belong in America o How does Mira embrace her background? o How does Bharati assimilate to a new culture? ●Everyday Use o How does Maggie embrace her background? o How does Dee assimilate to a new culture? ●Call to Action


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