Time is on your side, right?
- Questions, comments, concerns?
- To plan ahead...
- Angel Island preview... Central questions that will be addressed in the text and in Muñoz's lecture: How does an individual's race, class or gender shape their immigration experience? How does an individual's race, class or gender influence the government decision on their admittance into the United States?
- “Virtual Tour of Angel Island Immigration Station Through the Eyes of Dan Quan,” by the Angel Island Immigration Station Foundation (2010), available at: Angel Island Tour: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZnpgiUY5ip4&feature=player_embedded
Reminders and announcements:
- Sec. 442 ONLY: Next Tuesday, in lieu of Seminar class... I am going to have conferences with you in small groups. The purpose of these conferences is to check your progress on Project 2 in Composition and provide feedback on your source evaluations, answer any questions about History/Angel Island and to have a chance to visit with you. :)
- In order for me to be able to visit with you all, the conferences start a half hour earlier than our regular class time. You will need to sign up for the time that works best for you and your group.
- Meetings with Marquez!
- These meetings will be held in my office Faculty Center 121.
- Angel Island discussion and Seminar Quiz#2, next Thursday Oct.13th!
- You will need to read the Introduction and Chapter 1 of the text Angel Island!
- Use the Reading Guide questions to help you!
Based on your feedback and now that you experienced your first exam...
- Is it possible that reading groups may help you to draw stronger connections to the lecture and text?
- We are going to give them a try. Reading Group Discussions will begin next Tuesday, October 13th! Be ready!