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OER prompts from the story "Black Boy"

OER prompts from the story "Black Boy"

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  • BLACK BOY By Richard Wright Respond to these OER PROMPTS using the A-B-C strategy Both Black Boy, the story and the A-B-C strategy are available on Mr. Coursey’s web site: http://web.me.com/charles_coursey/english1
  • Black Boy (pp. 297 - 300) PROMPT#1
    • Did the feelings of Richard Wright’s friends change toward him in the narrative essay Black Boy ?
    • Support your response with evidence from the text.
      • (in other words, respond with at least an “A” and a “B.”)
  • Black Boy (pp. 297 - 300) PROMPT#2
    • Did Richard Wright’s understanding of southern politics change in the narrative essay Black Boy ?
    • Support your response with evidence from the text.
      • (in other words, respond with at least an “A” and a “B.”)
  • Black Boy (pp. 297 - 300) PROMPT#3
    • Did Richard Wright and his mother view the value of story writing similarly in the narrative essay Black Boy ?
    • Support your response with evidence from the text.
      • (in other words, respond with at least an “A” and a “B.”)
  • Black Boy (pp. 297 - 300) PROMPT#4
    • In his narrative essay Black Boy , do you think Richard Wright is brave?
    • Support your response with evidence from the text.
      • (in other words, respond with at least an “A” and a “B.”)