By Adam Mackie
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Remember we knew that change was here. Remember the birds. Their voices came with us. Not the same birds, no, but the song of their voices. Remember the sound of wagons. The snort of horses. The protest of the land - not to us, no, but to the ones who made us walk. Remember the moon. Remember the corn. We will taste it again. 35 Adam Mackie Remember the need to listen, to hear, to live. Remember the sun that will cross the sky, that will plow the day again. Remember all things that will work again.
They will be introduced to Harper’s To Kill a Mockingbird and will be asked to read the first half of the book. They will again speculate into the nature of the book’s ending and write another piece of fan fiction. • Week 4: Students will share their pieces of To Kill a Mockingbird fan fiction. The students will work on the multimodal elements of the project and decide which of the two texts they want to polish to hand in for the final project. Assignment length The assignment should be approximately 4 - 5 pages for prose component and approximately 3 - 5 minutes of digital material, such as audio recordings (podcasts), video recordings (movie trailers), theatrical performances (soliloquy or skits), or other creative new literacies activity.
Forgiveness stuck to you. Or the process of forgiveness. It plowed a field. It made way for a crop” (171). Glancy’s historical fiction tells a story of resettlement that occurred “from October 1838 through February 1839” and remembers how “eleven to thirteen thousand Cherokees walked nine hundred miles in bitter cold from the Southeast to Indian Territory. One-fourth died or disappeared along the way” (3). Glancy traces the lives of one family and the hardships they experienced trying to survive.
A New Literacies Dictionary : Primer for the Twenty-first Century Learner by Adam Mackie