week 2 discussion 1 for ant
Prior to beginning work on this discussion, review the following Required Resources:
- Chapters 3 and 4 of the textbook
- A Class Divided (Links to an external site.)
- How Yâ€™all, Youse and You Guys Talk (Links to an external site.)
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Choose one of the following two options to address in this discussion. Be sure that your initial post meets the full length requirement of 300 words, and that you incorporate at least two of this weekâ€™s required resources in your post, one of which should be the textbook. Include citations and a full reference to your chosen sources. (See the Required Resources page for all references in APA format).
Option 1: Watch the A Class Divided (Links to an external site.) documentary, then
- Explain the exercise that Jane Elliot did with her students.
- Were you surprised at how quickly the children began to treat each other differently after they were told that children with a certain eye color were superior or inferior?
- How do you think prejudiced views develop and persist over time?
- Is there anything that could be done to eliminate prejudice?
- What role does education play in this?
Option 2: Take the interactive dialect quiz, How Yâ€™all, Youse and You Guys Talk (Links to an external site.), then address the following:
- What areas of the US most closely matched your dialect? Include a screenshot or link to your map if you would like to share it.
- Did your results match up with where you currently live or where you have lived before?
- Were there any questions where you had no word for the item described?
- When answering the questions, were there any options listed that youâ€™d never heard anyone use before?
- What does this quiz tell you about different dialects and cultures within the US?
- Does your use of language feel more â€œrightâ€ or â€œnormalâ€ than othersâ€™? If so, why do you think this is?