Here is a sample essay that encapsulates what direction you should be headed: SAMPLE_ESSAY
Here are the notes for post-Plymouth Plantation:
Here are the notes from the Juxtapose chart per class period:
Here is a copy of the annotation chart you received in class: ANNOTATE Chart
You need to add the following to it:
Here are the notes we took over the main terms on the handout (Juxtapose Mainstream Lit and Indigenous Lit):
Juxtaposition: Placing of two items side by side for contrasting effect, to create a certain effect, reveal an attitude, or accomplish some other purpose
Mainstream: Popular to the masses; ordinary; commonplace. In literature – traditional realistic fiction, a bit predictable.
Indigenous: “Native” – originating from a particular environment or region. In literature – works produced by original/native peoples and/or their descendants.
The purpose of comparing the two is to gain a deeper understanding of Indigenous Literature.
Here are the notes from today, in two different formats:
Powerpoint: Intro Notes
PDF: Intro Notes
Here is a link to the document titled “Overview of Federal Indian Policy”: http://itepsrv1.itep.nau.edu/itep_course_downloads/TLF/TLF_2011_Presentations/330_Tue_Lands_Snider.pdf