Blowout! Sal Castro and the Chicano Educational Struggle for Justice - Mario T. Garcia and Sal Castro
Blowout!: Writing Assignment
As you all know, I am not here today. I am traveling to the National Learning Communities Conference in Kansas City, MO. You will need to submit this GROUP WRITING ASSIGNMENT to my office FC 121 by 5pm TODAY. You must put all of your names on the assignment to receive credit. One copy of the assignment per group!
You and your group members will need to submit ONE paper in which you address the questions below. Your responses MUST be typed and your answers be written in paragraph form. Make sure to provide specific examples from the text to support your responses.
(1) How is Sal Castro someone who has served as a witness to and made history?
(2) How is the educational inequality experienced by Chicano youth in the late 1960s a "human trouble"?
(3) How did Castro encourage his students to embrace their Chicano identity? Be specific, use evidence from the text!
Announcements and reminders:
- If you haven't already... Start the Blowout reading! :)
- Next Tuesday 11/17:
- Section 440/441: Seminar and Comp will combine for in-class presentations. We are going to be meeting during your regular Composition time. :)
- Section 443: We will have a discussion over chapters 1, 2 and 4 of the Blowout text!
- Bring this handout to class: Blowout Handout Discussion
- History tutoring! CASA is providing free tutoring for HIST 1302! Sessions are Tuesdays (1pm-4pm) and Fridays (8am-9:50am) in CASA room 108B. -- Crystal Ballard is the new tutor. She is earning her M.A. in History and a colleague of mine. She is very skilled and knowledgeable!