Cross-Cultural Communications
Born October 26, 1945, in Memphis, Tennessee, Scott Sanders received

    a bachelor's degree from Brown University in 19...
…a complex series of insights woven through
 
     into a brilliant and beautiful tapestry that
     helps shed light on ...
http://www.scottrussellsanders.com/photos.html
Think of three categories of men you've

    known in your life; be sure to make the
    categories distinct, and provide...
What is the overall message of paragraphs 1-

    3?
Connect the ideas presented in Paragraphs 1-

    3 and connect it to why SRS felt that it was
    not possible for him t...
What kind of men did SRS see in campus?




    Why was SRS baffled with the questions the

    women campus raised that...
According to Sanders, the men who hardly

    worked at all were
       grocers
    1.
    2. businessmen
    3. guards
 ...
Sanders admits that as a college student, he

    was slow to understand
    1. the excitement generated by college sport...
Scott with Anna Katharine Sanders (born 18 Feb 2008 to Jesse and Carrie
Sanders).
Sanders explains that the chief fact of

    soldiers' lives was
    1. danger
       patience
    2.
    3. boredom
    ...
The first men besides his father that Sanders

    remembers seeing were
       black convicts and white convicts
    1.
...
To Sanders, the fathers of his friends always

    seemed
        older than the mothers
    1.
    2. indifferent to the...
Near the end of his essay, Sanders explains

    that he quot;wasn't an enemy [of women], in fact
    or in feeling.quot;...
Why do you think that minority groups and

    other victims of discrimination may be just as
    intolerant as their opp...
Have you ever misjudged a person and then

    realized your error after getting to know him
    or her better?
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The Men We Carry In Our Minds

  1. 1. Cross-Cultural Communications
  2. 2. Born October 26, 1945, in Memphis, Tennessee, Scott Sanders received  a bachelor's degree from Brown University in 1967 and a doctoral degree from Cambridge University in 1971. He received a fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts in  1983-84; an Editor's Choice award from Booklist in 1985, for Hear the Wind Blow: American Folksongs Retold; the Penrod Award in 1986 for Stone Country; an award for creative nonfiction from Associated Writing Programs in 1987 for The Paradise of Bombs; a PEN Syndicated Fiction Award in 1988; an award for literacy excellence from the Kenyon Review in 1991; and other writing and teaching awards throughout the nineties. Sanders is currently employed as a full professor in the department of  English at Indiana University. He has been the director of the Wells Scholars Program since 1997. Sanders' works in progress include two collections of stories, Dancing in Dreamtime and Gordon Milk Suite; Wolf Water, a novel; and House Made of Trees, a children's book. His other pursuits include bicycling, canoeing, carpentry, gardening, and  hiking. He resides in Bloomington, Indiana. 
  3. 3. …a complex series of insights woven through  into a brilliant and beautiful tapestry that helps shed light on the images of men in today’s society and on the way men and women view each other. http://wps.prenhall.com/hss_reinking_strategies_7/21/5510/1410715.cw/index.html
  4. 4. http://www.scottrussellsanders.com/photos.html
  5. 5. Think of three categories of men you've  known in your life; be sure to make the categories distinct, and provide at least three characteristics for the men in each category.
  6. 6. What is the overall message of paragraphs 1-  3?
  7. 7. Connect the ideas presented in Paragraphs 1-  3 and connect it to why SRS felt that it was not possible for him to be like the men shown on television?
  8. 8. What kind of men did SRS see in campus?  Why was SRS baffled with the questions the  women campus raised that men were guilty of having kept all the joys and privileges of the earth for themselves?
  9. 9. According to Sanders, the men who hardly  worked at all were grocers 1. 2. businessmen 3. guards 4. soldiers
  10. 10. Sanders admits that as a college student, he  was slow to understand 1. the excitement generated by college sporting events 2. the nuances of nuclear physics 3. the grievances of women 4. the complaints of minorities
  11. 11. Scott with Anna Katharine Sanders (born 18 Feb 2008 to Jesse and Carrie Sanders).
  12. 12. Sanders explains that the chief fact of  soldiers' lives was 1. danger patience 2. 3. boredom 4. courage
  13. 13. The first men besides his father that Sanders  remembers seeing were black convicts and white convicts 1. 2. black convicts and white guards 3. black soldiers and white businessmen 4. black soldiers and white soldiers
  14. 14. To Sanders, the fathers of his friends always  seemed older than the mothers 1. 2. indifferent to the mothers the same age as the mothers 3. 4. younger than the mothers
  15. 15. Near the end of his essay, Sanders explains  that he quot;wasn't an enemy [of women], in fact or in feeling.quot; How unfair was it to Sanders, do you think, that the women he met in college immediately assumed he was not quot;an ally,quot; as he claims to be?
  16. 16. Why do you think that minority groups and  other victims of discrimination may be just as intolerant as their oppressors?
  17. 17. Have you ever misjudged a person and then  realized your error after getting to know him or her better?
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