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English 10 - Literary Studies & New Media (Sec 01)
MLTST 10-01 & MNMD 10-01 Semester 1: August 20th, 2020 to January 11th, 2021 Day 2 Blocks B and D Porter Creek Secondary School, Room 148, Ms. Robin Carrey Novel Study Focused Analysis - Neither Wolf Nor Dog by Kent Nerburn Skills (Competencies) / Knowledge (Content): Reading for meaning Comparing the life experience and expectations of people from different backgrounds Identifying elements of story, character, and literary devices and being able to explain how the use of these tools impacts the audience experience of the text.
Neither Wolf Nor Dog
"Our old people noticed this from the beginning. They said that the white man lived in a world of cages, and that if we didn't look out, they would make us live in cages too. So we started noticing. Everything looked like cages. Your clothes fit like cages.