Q/W: Double Standard (NB16) Define double standard (use synonyms) Give an example of it, either personal or public. (Help: Think of a time in your life when you felt you were treated unfairly. What was the situation (the double standard)? Explain how it made you feel and how you responded.) And Ain’t I a Woman? Sojourner Truth Meet Sojourner Truth Lit. (NB 16) Book 344: Read background information Jot down 5 facts about Sojourner Truth And Ain’t I a Woman Read page 346 Complete the SOAPStone chart (NB 17) Outline the argument by indicating 3 of her objections and counter-arguments (NB 18) Objections Counter-arguments Groups answer following questions with a quote and explanation (347) (NB 18 when graded): Groups Groups Groups Groups 1 2 3 4 & & & & 5: 6: 7: 8: Q. 1 and 5 Q. 2 and 6 Q. 3 and 7 Q. 4 and 8 Think of situations that you find unfair/inconstant, a standard that allows one person to do/say something while it does not allow another person of different color, ethnicity, age, gender to do/say the same Possible Topics: Parents (chores; rules; etc.) Siblings (treatment) Coaches (preferences) Society (laws; school rules; curfew) Men and Women (dating; sports; jobs) HW: Double Standard Speech Mimic Truth’s speech See Handout for directions Speech must be typed Due 1/28 (A) Q&A: Chopin The Story of an Hour (NB 26-27) Review assigned group question. As a group, respond to it in at least 5 sentences. Use at least one quote from the story to help the point. Prepare your group’s response for presentation. Take notes on all responses. Lit. Term: Irony—what is it? Answer final question: The last line of the story is this: "When the doctors came they said she had died of heart disease-of joy that kills." In what ways is this an ironic statement? What is gained by having the doctors make such a statement rather than putting it in the mouths of Josephine or Richards?