This week, you read the first half of Parable of the Sower (pp. iv to 120) and a

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This week, you read the first half of Parable of the Sower (pp. iv to 120) and ancillary texts. Now, it’s time to share! THE ANCILLARY TEXT I CHOSE IS A VIDEO ON YT We should all be feminists | Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie | TEDxEuston
For this week’s reflection, next week’s reflection, and the final project (WE5 due June 4), you will be posting your work on a Padlet. This will allow you to see each other’s work in a gallery format, and, considering that WE5 will be a creative work of your choosing, it’s good practice for what’s to come!
So here’s the task:
First…
You read pages iv to 120 of Parable of the Sower and select ancillary texts. Show the connection(s) between them (AKA show you’re practicing rhetorical listening) by doing ONE of the following and uploading it to the Padlet embedded below:
Complete a one-pager (Links to an external site.) (and upload it as a jpeg or pdf or other file) where you surface some of the important threads, themes, motifs, etc. in the first half of Parable and the ancillary texts.

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