The Movie “Black or White Something to Think About”
OPTIONS: Students may complete up to two (2) film, essay or book tie-ins (see below for ideas). A tie-in is a one to two page paper (200-400 words) that examines and correlates information from a new film or written work to a topic we discussed in the classroom, often from a Reader’s Workshop. Each option is worth up to ten (10) points, and students may complete a maximum of one per week for a total of two (2).
* Google: Harvard Implicit Test; Take test(s); Reflect on “score” and write-up
*YouTube: Search for “Black or White Something to Think About”; Watch; Reflect and write-up
*Attend a College sponsored event (speaker, presentation); Reflect and write-up
*Rent a movie/documentary that addresses a topic covered in class; Reflect and write-up
*Read a book by an author of an essay we covered in class; Reflect and write-up
*Read, analyze and respond to this Bob Appetite article