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These three stories has interesting themes, examples and connections. For example In my English class we discussed and chose three stories that are "Everyday Use(Text 1)," "The Lesson(Text 2)," and "How to Date a Browngirl, Blackgirl, Whitegirl and Halfie(Text 3)" because these stories have interesting themes and connections, about social class, education and inequalities which are the struggles inequalities that's a struggle in the real whole world.The first short story "Everyday Use," is about the ethnicity that relates the perspectives that one mother have has about their daughters.On the The short story describes the struggle that each daughter facingfaces.And At the end she learn learns a lesson about her two daughters with different actions she never saw beforein her life.The Second short story of "The Lesson," is respect on social class and education.This relates about a teacher that give gives a lesson to her students about to care caring about the job that their parents did for them and also show shows the struggle that the world has about social classes.The third short story of "How to Date a Browngirl, Blackgirl, Whitegirl and Halfie", is about the stereotypes between women and men.This relates how to treat different women based on his experiences and guys that share the experiences about the dates with girls, how to act, what things to make or not. Also shows some situations of social class and race inequality.

The literary elements help us to understand the purpose of the author that wants to teach us on their texts. The point of view, theme and conflict are the literary elements that connect with the three texts that discuss during the class. The first is that we discuss the point of view through which a story is communicated. Text 1, relates the perspective of the first character. This describes the conflict happening with respect to family and social class. Text 2 describes the situation that young people have on choosing the correct way for their lives. Also on the education and social class. Text 3 describes how to impress another person and about the behavior of different groups. Classify the stereotypes of society. The three texts have similarities about perspectives and actions that can categorize the different groups like gender, race, language, education,etc.

The Second that we discussed was the theme describes the subject of a work can be described in concrete terms, usually through actions. On text 1 describes racial identity, tradition and heritage. These are the power themes that have this text that try to bring the lesson for the readers. Text 2 describes the inequality of the social class like jobs, housing and education. Text 3 describes the stereotypes between women and men. This is related to treating different women based on his experiences and classify races. The three texts have similarities about the identity and stereotypes that are related to the present life.

The third that we discuss was Conflict is characterized by a struggle between two opposing forces or groups. Text 1 describes the struggle on the family that has on the health and economy. Text 2 describe knowledge the issues on the society like economy inequalities and discrimination are the problem. Text 3 describes the struggles and some abilities that have on society and to be impressed by them. The three texts have similarities about inequalities on the society and economy that people are facing on the world.

In conclusion these three texts have different and similar literary elements that bring some lessons that people can reflect or connect with specific issues that happened in the world.

In my English class we discussed and chose three stories that are "Everyday Use(Text 1)," "The Lesson(Text 2)," and "How to Date a Browngirl, Blackgirl, Whitegirl and Halfie(Text 3)" because these stories have interesting themes and connections, about social class, education inequalities that's a struggle in the whole world. The short story "Everyday Use," is about the perspectives that one mother has about their daughters. The short story describes the struggle that each daughter faces. At the end she learns a lesson about her two daughters with different actions she never saw in her life. The short story of "The Lesson," is about a teacher that gives a lesson to her students about caring about the job that their parents did for them and also shows the struggle that the world has about social classes.The short story of "How to Date a Browngirl, Blackgirl, Whitegirl and Halfie", is about guys that share the experiences about the dates with girls, how to act, what things to make or not. Also shows some situations of social class and race inequality.

The literary elements help us to understand the purpose of the author that wants to teach us on their texts. The point of view, theme and conflict are the literary elements that connect with the three texts that discuss during the class. The first is that we discuss the point of view through which a story is communicated. Text 1, relates the perspective of the first character. This describes the conflict happening with respect to family and social class. Text 2 describes the situation that young people have on choosing the correct way for their lives. Also on the education and social class. Text 3 describes how to impress another person and about the behavior of different groups. Classify the stereotypes of society. The three texts have similarities about perspectives and actions that can categorize the different groups like gender, race, language, education,etc.

The Second that we discussed was the theme describes the subject of a work can be described in concrete terms, usually through actions. On text 1 describes racial identity, tradition and heritage. These are the power themes that have this text that try to bring the lesson for the readers. Text 2 describes the inequality of the social class like jobs, housing and education. Text 3 describes the stereotypes between women and men. This is related to treating different women based on his experiences and classify races. The three texts have similarities about the identity and stereotypes that are related to the present life.

The third that we discuss was Conflict is characterized by a struggle between two opposing forces or groups. Text 1 describes the struggle on the family that has on the health and economy. Text 2 describe knowledge the issues on the society like economy inequalities and discrimination are the problem. Text 3 describes the struggles and some abilities that have on society and to be impressed by them. The three texts have similarities about inequalities on the society and economy that people are facing on the world.

In conclusion these three texts have different and similar literary elements that bring some lessons that people can reflect or connect with specific issues that happened in the world.

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The point of view of describe this stories describe on the feelings about relationship can make differences actions between two persons or on a group depending on the issue.The short story “Everyday Use,”is different from the other two stories because related to the perspective of the first character. The other two stories are about based on experiences that facing with the purpose of the teaching sharing to the readers.Also this describe the conflict happening respect on family and the others is about social class.The short story

“Everyday Use,” and the short story “How Date Browgirl, Whitegirl, Blackgirl and Halfie” are similar because describe the situation respect on perspectives that connect with some connects about relationship on family and friends . The short story “How Date Browgirl, Whitegirl, Blackgirl and Halfie,” is different from the other two because describe the how to impress a others person and about the behavior of different groups. The short stories of “How Date Browgirl, Whitegirl, Blackgirl and Halfie” and “The Lesson,” are similar because relates about the social class that affect some specifics groups. The short story, “The Lesson,” is different from the other two because describe the situation that young people have on the choose the correct way for their lives. The short stories of “The Lesson,” and “Everyday Use” are similar because describe the relationship of African American. Based on the social class and also how the family is involved in their culture and how this affectsthat everyone sometimes on the moment pass that this issue.

The point of view describe this stories on the feelings about relationship can make differences actions between two persons or a group depending on the issue. “Everyday Use,”is different from the other two stories because related to the perspective of the first character. The other two stories are based on experiences that facing with the purpose of sharing to the readers. Also this describe the conflict happening respect on family and social class.

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The short story “Everyday Use,” and the short story “How Date Browgirl, Whitegirl, Blackgirl and Halfie” are similar because describe the situation respect on perspectives that connect with some relationship on family and friends that everyone sometimes on the moment pass that this issue.

“Everyday Use,” and “How Date Browgirl, Whitegirl, Blackgirl and Halfie” are similar because describe the situation respect on perspectives that connect with some relationship on family and friends that everyone sometimes on the moment pass that this issue.

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The short story “How Date Browgirl, Whitegirl, Blackgirl and Halfie,” is different from the other two stories because describe the how to impress a others person and about the behavior of different groups.

“How Date Browgirl, Whitegirl, Blackgirl and Halfie,” is different from the other two stories because describe the how to impress a others person and about the behavior of different groups.

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The short stories of “How Date Browgirl, Whitegirl, Blackgirl and Halfie” and “The Lesson,” are similar because relates about the social class that affect some specifics groups.

“How Date Browgirl, Whitegirl, Blackgirl and Halfie” and “The Lesson,” are similar because relates about the social class that affect some specifics groups.

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The short story, “The Lesson,” is different from the other two stories because describe the situation that young people have on the choose the correct way for their lives.

“The Lesson,” is different from the other two stories because describe the situation that young people have on the choose the correct way for their lives.

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The short stories of “The Lesson,” and “Everyday Use” are similar because describe the relationship of African American. Based on the social class and also how the family is involved in their culture and how this affects.

“The Lesson,” and “Everyday Use” are similar because describe the relationship of African American. Based on the social class and also how the family is involved in their culture and how this affects.

The themes of this stories described the concept of social class, race and inequality.

DMU Timestamp: November 27, 2019 01:26

Added January 28, 2020 at 3:43pm by Celines Zamora (suggested by Abigail Zamora)
Title: making short paragraph will make clear

The text below is the previous wording for paragraph 2 (click to return there).

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The point of view of this stories describe the feelings about relationship can make differences actions between 2 two persons or on a group depending on the issue. The short story “Everyday Use,”is different from the other two stories because related to the perspective of the first character. The other two stories are about experiences that facing with the purpose of the teaching to the readers. Also this describe the conflict happening respect on family and the others is about social class. The short story “Everyday Use,” and the short story “How Date Browgirl, Whitegirl, Blackgirl and Halfie” are similar because describe the situation respect on perspectives that connect with some connects about relationship on family and friends. The short story “How Date Browgirl, Whitegirl, Blackgirl and Halfie,” is different from the other two because describe the how to impress a others person and about the behavior of different groups. The short stories of “How Date Browgirl, Whitegirl, Blackgirl and Halfie” and “The Lesson,” are similar because relates about the social class that affect some specifics groups. The short story, “The Lesson,” is different from the other two because describe the situation that young people have on the choose the correct way for their lives. The short stories of “The Lesson,” and “Everyday Use” are similar because describe the relationship of African American. Based on the social class and also how the family is involved in their culture and how this affects.

The point of view of this stories describe the feelings about relationship can make differences actions between two persons or on a group depending on the issue. The short story “Everyday Use,”is different from the other two stories because related to the perspective of the first character. The other two stories are about experiences that facing with the purpose of the teaching to the readers. Also this describe the conflict happening respect on family and the others is about social class. The short story “Everyday Use,” and the short story “How Date Browgirl, Whitegirl, Blackgirl and Halfie” are similar because describe the situation respect on perspectives that connect with some connects about relationship on family and friends. The short story “How Date Browgirl, Whitegirl, Blackgirl and Halfie,” is different from the other two because describe the how to impress a others person and about the behavior of different groups. The short stories of “How Date Browgirl, Whitegirl, Blackgirl and Halfie” and “The Lesson,” are similar because relates about the social class that affect some specifics groups. The short story, “The Lesson,” is different from the other two because describe the situation that young people have on the choose the correct way for their lives. The short stories of “The Lesson,” and “Everyday Use” are similar because describe the relationship of African American. Based on the social class and also how the family is involved in their culture and how this affects.

DMU Timestamp: January 21, 2020 02:52

Added January 30, 2020 at 3:31pm by Celines Zamora
Title: Wording change

The text below is the previous wording for paragraph 2 (click to return there).

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The point of view of describe this stories describe on the feelings about relationship can make differences actions between two persons or on a group depending on the issue. The short story “Everyday Use,”is different from the other two stories because related to the perspective of the first character. The other two stories are about based on experiences that facing with the purpose of the teaching sharing to the readers.Also this describe the conflict happening respect on family and the others is about social class. The short story “Everyday Use,” and the short story “How Date Browgirl, Whitegirl, Blackgirl and Halfie” are similar because describe the situation respect on perspectives that connect with some connects about relationship on family and friends.

The short story “How Date Browgirl, Whitegirl, Blackgirl and Halfie,” is different from the other two because describe the how to impress a others person and about the behavior of different groups.

The short stories of “How Date Browgirl, Whitegirl, Blackgirl and Halfie” and “The Lesson,” are similar because relates about the social class that affect some specifics groups.

The short story, “The Lesson,” is different from the other two because describe the situation that young people have on the choose the correct way for their lives.

The short stories of “The Lesson,” and “Everyday Use” are similar because describe the relationship of African American. Based on the social class and also how the family is involved in their culture and how this affects.

The point of view describe this stories on the feelings about relationship can make differences actions between two persons or a group depending on the issue. The short story “Everyday Use,”is different from the other two stories because related to the perspective of the first character. The other two stories are based on experiences that facing with the purpose of sharing to the readers. Also this describe the conflict happening respect on family and social class. The short story “Everyday Use,” and the short story “How Date Browgirl, Whitegirl, Blackgirl and Halfie” are similar because describe the situation respect on perspectives that connect with some connects about relationship on family and friends.

DMU Timestamp: January 21, 2020 02:52

Added February 06, 2020 at 12:03pm by Celines Zamora
Title: Wording change

The text below is the previous wording for paragraph 1 (click to return there).

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These three stories has interesting themes, examples and connections, about .For example social class,education and inequalities that its struggle which are the struggles in the real world. The first short story "Everyday Use," is about the ethnicity that relates the perspectives that one mother have about their daughters. On the short story describes the struggle that each daughter facing. And the end she learn a lesson about her two daughters with different actions she never saw before.The Second short story "The Lesson," is respect on social class and education. This relates a teacher that give a lesson to her students about to care about the job that their parents did for them and also show the struggle that the world has about social classes. The third short story of "How to Date a Browngirl, Blackgirl, Whitegirl and Halfie"is about the stereotypes between women and men. This relates how to treat different women based on his experiences and guys that share the experiences about the dates with girls, how to act, what things to make or not.

These three stories has interesting themes, examples and connections. For example social class,education and inequalities which are the struggles in the real world. The first short story "Everyday Use," is about the ethnicity that relates the perspectives that one mother have about their daughters. On the short story describes the struggle that each daughter facing. And the end she learn a lesson about her two daughters with different actions she never saw before.The Second short story "The Lesson," is respect on social class and education. This relates a teacher that give a lesson to her students about to care about the job that their parents did for them and also show the struggle that the world has about social classes. The third short story of "How to Date a Browngirl, Blackgirl, Whitegirl and Halfie"is about the stereotypes between women and men. This relates how to treat different women based on his experiences and guys that share the experiences about the dates with girls, how to act, what things to make or not.

DMU Timestamp: February 03, 2020 23:30





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