English 10 Honors: American Literature » The Harlem Renaissance|
||The Harlem Renaissance
Langston Hughes and Zora Neale Hurston
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Students will demonstrate their understanding of:
- how fiction and nonfiction connect;
- how a fictional story can reflect the nature of humanity in a particular context;
- how authors create and develop arguments, the Aristotelian appeals;
- how to plot the development of an argument;
- how to identify concessions;
- how to identify primary and secondary audiences;
- how to determine the rhetorical effect of metaphors in nonfiction;
- how to define allusion and how to analyze the effects of allusions;
- how authors use vernacular effectively;
- how to determine the rhetorical effect of employing coordinating conjunctions at the beginning of sentences;
- how to identify tone and tone shifts;
- how to determine the rhetorical effect of punctuation: dashes, commas, colons, parenthesis;
- how authors use appositives effectively;
- how authors use appositives to define terms;
- how to employ stylistic sentence fragments meaningfully.
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