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"No Name Woman" - Close Read Pt. 1

Grade Level Grades 9-12
Resource Type Handout, Lesson Plan

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In this piece, Maxine Hong Kingston explores the themes of silence and voice along with growing up Chinese-American through the technique of a talk-story. The narrator uses past tragic familial events to serve as a cautionary tale, but also as a way to deal with the dichotomy of growing up in America in an immigrant family. A close read of No Name Woman is necessary in order to determine which events in the piece are real and which events are fantastic.

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Awesome layout of text-dependent questions and vocabulary! Thank you for all of the graphic organizers, rubrics, standards alignment, possible responses, and writing prompts! Perfect for a regular senior English class! Perfect for cultural diversity discussion sessions as well!
jamesandterri_1859985
March 08, 2017