Day 8 English 10 Grade 10 Steps Practices Trade and Grade Review 10 Steps ___1. I thought I had plinketed all the mail, but this morning I discovered a letter I had forgotten that was still on my desk so I dropped it in the mailbox this afternoon. a. sent b. received c. thrown away d. burned ___2. I was worried that I hadn’t binglebangled enough for my Algebra test, so I begged the teacher to give me five more minutes to look over my notes. a. danced b. listened c. slept d. studied ___3. I brought my sunglasses because it was supposed to be very wudenstanky outside, but it started to rain instead. a. cloudy b. windy c. sunny d. cold 1.5 “Two Kinds” of Cultural Identity Where do you fit? Cross the line. My family’s cultural heritage is an ethnic hash. My parents actively help me appreciate our family’s cultural heritage. I sometimes feel in conflict with my parents because we define our cultural identities differently. Warm-Up Writing: Have you ever done something just because your parents wanted you to? Explain what you did and what happened. Did you like it? Hate it? Did you quit? Meet Amy Tan Video Amy Tan “Two Kinds” As you read, look for evidence of conflict between two generations and two distinct perspectives on culture. What is the reason for the conflict? How is it resolved? How does the conflict connect to the meaning of the work as a whole? After Reading: Complete the graphic organizer In a group, come up with three possible themes of “Two Kinds”. Writing Prompt: Explain how Tan uses the central conflict between mother and daughter to develop the theme of the work. Be sure to Build your essay around a clear focus (her perspective toward her cultural identity OR toward her mother OR toward America). Support your response with quotes and details. Use an academic voice.