On the Equality of the Sexes Vs. On Being Brought from Africa
Read On the Equality of the Sexes, 739- 747 On the Religion of Nature, 762-764On Being Brought from Africa, 764-766
First 1 and ½ pages
What do these three works have in common with each other? Explain how the people in these texts “see” themselves and their place in the world.
Second ½ page
Explain and evaluate what is the author saying about the “equality of the sexes” (739)?
The first 1 and ½ pages
Students will complete Reading Responses each week. Questions appear on each week’s Module under each week’s reading assignments. Students are required to answer these questions in a double-spaced response. Reading responses are to be submitted by their due dates. Reading Responses are evaluated as follows:
- 10 Points (A): Thoroughly responds to response question in 1 and 1/2 double-spaced pages; includes discussion of all required readings; incorporates several quotes in responding to the question; analyzes the readings by providing insight and clarity; refrains from summarizing plots; conforms to appropriate format (see student sample posted under Course Information)
Second ½ pages
8 font single space not double spaced Briefly discuss King James’ beliefs about witches, and relate this to what is happening in Massachusetts.
Total writing is two pages