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Consider the two overarching principles of african american literature.

Carefully read the following excerpt from Olaudah Equiano’s From The Interesting Narrative of the
Life of Olaudah Equiano, or Gustavus Vassa, the African, Written by Himself. As you read,
consider the two overarching principles of African American Literature. After you have read and
considered the excerpt, write a double-CER paragraph in which you address the following:
First, identify the author and title, and summarize the excerpt.
Make a claim about how the excerpt illustrates the first overarching principle
Write a blended quote that includes evidence of the first principle
Explain how/why the evidence illustrates the first principle
Transition and make a claim about how the excerpt illustrates the second principle
Write a blended quote that includes evidence of the second principle
Explain how/why the evidence illustrates the second principle
End the paragraph with a consideration of how the excerpt illustrates Equiano’s concern for
abolishing slavery and recognizing the enslaved as human beings deserving of rights and
fairness.
The Excerpt:
From The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano, or Gustavas Vass, the African,
Written by Himself
Also a couple pieces of citation on a separate page would be helpful aswell

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Why, or why not?

Introduction -Valuable leaders of customer service departments know how to motivate and monitor CSRs, as well as how to resolve conflicts that inevitably arise in any organization.” These leadership and management skills often come with experience, but not without careful self-reflection to identify and capitalize one’s strengths.
Then write a one-page (12-point font; double-spaced) reflection paper in which you address the following questions:
According to the results of your Leadership Strengths Questionnaire, are you an Implementer, Innovator, Encourager, Analytic, or Mediator? Did these results surprise you? Why, or why not?
In what ways do you think this strength would put you at an advantage as a manager of Customer Service Representatives (CSRs)?
In what category did you score lowest on the questionnaire? Is this what you expected? Why, or why not?
What barriers are standing in your way of developing strengths in this area? How might you overcome them?
As a new manager, how would you use the results of the Leadership Strengths Questionnaire to set measurable standards for the CSRs you supervise?

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Explain how/why the evidence illustrates the second principle

Carefully read the following excerpt from Olaudah Equiano’s From The Interesting Narrative of the
Life of Olaudah Equiano, or Gustavus Vassa, the African, Written by Himself. As you read,
consider the two overarching principles of African American Literature. After you have read and
considered the excerpt, write a double-CER paragraph in which you address the following:
First, identify the author and title, and summarize the excerpt.
Make a claim about how the excerpt illustrates the first overarching principle
Write a blended quote that includes evidence of the first principle
Explain how/why the evidence illustrates the first principle
Transition and make a claim about how the excerpt illustrates the second principle
Write a blended quote that includes evidence of the second principle
Explain how/why the evidence illustrates the second principle
End the paragraph with a consideration of how the excerpt illustrates Equiano’s concern for
abolishing slavery and recognizing the enslaved as human beings deserving of rights and
fairness.
The Excerpt:
From The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano, or Gustavas Vass, the African,
Written by Himself
Also a couple pieces of citation on a separate page would be helpful aswell

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African-American Studies

What barriers are standing in your way of developing strengths in this area?

Introduction -Valuable leaders of customer service departments know how to motivate and monitor CSRs, as well as how to resolve conflicts that inevitably arise in any organization.” These leadership and management skills often come with experience, but not without careful self-reflection to identify and capitalize one’s strengths.
Then write a one-page (12-point font; double-spaced) reflection paper in which you address the following questions: According to the results of your Leadership Strengths Questionnaire, are you an Implementer, Innovator, Encourager, Analytic, or Mediator? Did these results surprise you? Why, or why not? In what ways do you think this strength would put you at an advantage as a manager of Customer Service Representatives (CSRs)? In what category did you score lowest on the questionnaire? Is this what you expected? Why, or why not? What barriers are standing in your way of developing strengths in this area? How might you overcome them? As a new manager, how would you use the results of the Leadership Strengths Questionnaire to set measurable standards for the CSRs you supervise?

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African-American Studies

When writing an essay you want to make sure you have a strong thesis statement, a good introduction, as well as a conclusion; and plenty of evidence to back up and prove your points.

* I can screenshot information from the text book*
In the decades following the War of Independence, many Americans, in both the North and the South, assumed that slavery in the United States would slowly die out. It was already clear that slavery was becoming economically less viable parts of the South, and that trend was expected to continue. The advent of large-scale cotton cultivation in the early nineteenth century, however, changed everything. Assess the impact of large-scale cotton cultivation on the institution of slavery. What connections can you draw between cotton and the expansion of slavery? Between cotton and the territorial expansion of the United States?
Be sure to use plenty of specific facts, names, dates, and/or accomplishments, to bolster your arguments. When writing an essay you want to make sure you have a strong thesis statement, a good introduction, as well as a conclusion; and plenty of evidence to back up and prove your points. You can cite information from any of the videos in our lesson folders, textbook or DB forums. Lastly, there is a 800 word minimum requirement for this essay. When you are writing your essay on the REVEL platform you do have the ability to write and store publish versions of your work.

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Watch video

1. You need to visit at least two different links (some are websites, some are videos) and write a post providing a brief summary of each link.
2. Then provide an analysis where you compare and contrast the ways these two sites approach slavery, the white owners, and if they address issues of race or racism, and/or healing the past.

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Whitney Plantation museum confronts painful history of slavery
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https://www.evergreenplantation.org/

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Magnolia Plantation Charleston, SC
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1. You need to visit at least two different links (some are websites, some are videos) and write a post providing a brief summary of each link.
2. Then provide an analysis where you compare and contrast the ways these two sites approach slavery, the white owners, and if they address issues of race or racism, and/or healing the past.

Home

Watch Video
Whitney Plantation museum confronts painful history of slavery
Duration: 7:23
User: n/a – Added: 4/8/15

https://www.evergreenplantation.org/

Watch Video
Magnolia Plantation Charleston, SC
Duration: 4:26
User: n/a – Added: 9/4/15

1. You need to visit at least two different links (some are websites, some are videos) and write a post providing a brief summary of each link.
2. Then provide an analysis where you compare and contrast the ways these two sites approach slavery, the white owners, and if they address issues of race or racism, and/or healing the past.

Home

Watch Video
Whitney Plantation museum confronts painful history of slavery
Duration: 7:23
User: n/a – Added: 4/8/15

https://www.evergreenplantation.org/

Watch Video
Magnolia Plantation Charleston, SC
Duration: 4:26
User: n/a – Added: 9/4/15
I can send the video links
1. You need to visit at least two different links (some are websites, some are videos) and write a post providing a brief summary of each link.
2. Then, provide an analysis where you compare and contrast the ways these two sites approach slavery, the white owners, and if they address issues of race or racism and/or healing the past.

Home

Watch Video
Whitney Plantation museum confronts painful history of slavery
Duration: 7:23
User: n/a – Added: 4/8/15

https://www.evergreenplantation.org/

Watch Video
Magnolia Plantation Charleston, SC
Duration: 4:26
User: n/a – Added: 9/4/15

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Duration: 7:23

1. You need to visit at least two different links (some are websites, some are videos) and write a post providing a brief summary of each link.
2. Then provide an analysis where you compare and contrast the ways these two sites approach slavery, the white owners, and if they address issues of race or racism, and/or healing the past.

Home

Watch Video
Whitney Plantation museum confronts painful history of slavery
Duration: 7:23
User: n/a – Added: 4/8/15

https://www.evergreenplantation.org/

Watch Video
Magnolia Plantation Charleston, SC
Duration: 4:26
User: n/a – Added: 9/4/15

1. You need to visit at least two different links (some are websites, some are videos) and write a post providing a brief summary of each link.
2. Then provide an analysis where you compare and contrast the ways these two sites approach slavery, the white owners, and if they address issues of race or racism, and/or healing the past.

Home

Watch Video
Whitney Plantation museum confronts painful history of slavery
Duration: 7:23
User: n/a – Added: 4/8/15

https://www.evergreenplantation.org/

Watch Video
Magnolia Plantation Charleston, SC
Duration: 4:26
User: n/a – Added: 9/4/15

1. You need to visit at least two different links (some are websites, some are videos) and write a post providing a brief summary of each link.
2. Then provide an analysis where you compare and contrast the ways these two sites approach slavery, the white owners, and if they address issues of race or racism, and/or healing the past.

Home

Watch Video
Whitney Plantation museum confronts painful history of slavery
Duration: 7:23
User: n/a – Added: 4/8/15

https://www.evergreenplantation.org/

Watch Video
Magnolia Plantation Charleston, SC
Duration: 4:26
User: n/a – Added: 9/4/15
I can send the video links
1. You need to visit at least two different links (some are websites, some are videos) and write a post providing a brief summary of each link.
2. Then, provide an analysis where you compare and contrast the ways these two sites approach slavery, the white owners, and if they address issues of race or racism and/or healing the past.

Home

Watch Video
Whitney Plantation museum confronts painful history of slavery
Duration: 7:23
User: n/a – Added: 4/8/15

https://www.evergreenplantation.org/

Watch Video
Magnolia Plantation Charleston, SC
Duration: 4:26
User: n/a – Added: 9/4/15

Categories
African-American Studies

When writing an essay you want to make sure you have a strong thesis statement, a good introduction, as well as a conclusion; and plenty of evidence to back up and prove your points.

* I can screenshot information from the text book*
In the decades following the War of Independence, many Americans, in both the North and the South, assumed that slavery in the United States would slowly die out. It was already clear that slavery was becoming economically less viable parts of the South, and that trend was expected to continue. The advent of large-scale cotton cultivation in the early nineteenth century, however, changed everything. Assess the impact of large-scale cotton cultivation on the institution of slavery. What connections can you draw between cotton and the expansion of slavery? Between cotton and the territorial expansion of the United States?
Be sure to use plenty of specific facts, names, dates, and/or accomplishments, to bolster your arguments. When writing an essay you want to make sure you have a strong thesis statement, a good introduction, as well as a conclusion; and plenty of evidence to back up and prove your points. You can cite information from any of the videos in our lesson folders, textbook or DB forums. Lastly, there is a 800 word minimum requirement for this essay. When you are writing your essay on the REVEL platform you do have the ability to write and store draft versions of your work.

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African-American Studies

What does it mean to have half of an entire population eliminated and wiped out?

In a research paper proposal, students write a paragraph telling me not only the topic they are interested in researching but also what questions and information they are hoping to find answers to while doing their research. A research proposal helps students start to narrow their thinking down and strategize their approach to researching their subject. Below is an example I use for another course I teach — WST 2010, “Women in the World.”
If a student was interested in the general topic of women and son preference, they might write a proposal that looked like this:
I was surprised when reading, The Penguin Atlas of Women and learning about the issue of son preference. I would like to research this phenomenon and write a paper comparing China and India. One question I would like answers to is just how prevalent forced sterilization is in both of these countries. What kind of affect does preferring sons over daughters have on young girls who grow up in these countries? Another question I’m curious about is what do economists have to say about this. What does it mean to have half of an entire population eliminated and wiped out? How do these societies intend to reproduce themselves without many women?
Also, please let me know what, if any, possible sources you have located so far as well. You can simply list the book or article title in MLA format. The sooner students have identified topics and sources, the easier it is for them to begin working on their projects and for me to guide and assist you with your work.

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When sharing your examples, explain what you found interesting, fascinating, possibly disturbing (there are some racist images from the era, and how those images were refuted), or maybe what you would like to know more about?

Our Discussion Board this week is focusing on the significance of Free Black communities in the early republic. As Chapter Five points out, after the Revolution, we witness the emergence of a a large free black class in Northern cities and in the Upper South urban areas as well. For our discussion, please go to the embedded link which takes you to an online museum in Philadelphia focusing on, Black Founders: The Free Black Community in the Early Republic. Once there, you need to explore the site which is filled with primary sources. Come back and share with us three examples (each one from a separate category, (there are five categories to choose from ). When sharing your examples, explain what you found interesting, fascinating, possibly disturbing (there are some racist images from the era, and how those images were refuted), or maybe what you would like to know more about?
The catergories for this assignment are in grey and titled:
a. Organizing the Community
b. Struggle for Citizenship and Equality
c. Abolition and the Slave Trade
d. Enterprising and Talented
e. Colonization and Emigration
Black Founders: The Free Black Community in the Early Republic
I will send the link