Review the strategies for organizing your argument essay, and then write a 1000 word response to chapter activity #4 at the end of chapter 6. In doing so, consider the core values EXCELLENCE and INTEGRITY. Incorporate into your discussion of a hero either core value, including your own definition and its relationship to the topic.ing DP
Cory (page 142). How do
these poems extend your group’s ideas? Be prepared to share your insights
with the class as a whole.
2. Puritans came to these shores seeking freedom, yet, ironically, created one
of the more restrictive societies in our country’s history. Our ambivalence
toward questions of freedom and conformity, therefore, goes back to our
very beginnings. Look at the short story “The Foundations of the Earth”
(page 107) and the poem “Crazy Courage” (page 148), which might help
you gain souns perspective on this subject. Where do you observe or person-
ally encounter that ambivalence today? Based on your observations, create
a claim of foot and list at least three examples of evidence to support your
claim.
3. In Washington, Congress regularly considers an amendment to the Constitu-
tion making the unconventional use of the flag for social protests or artistic
expression illegal. To gain some insight into the concept of just and unjust
laws, read the essay “Letter from Birmingham Jail” (page 151) and the poem
“In Response to Executive Order 9066″ (page 140). Also, read about laws
governing the use of the American flag. Write a claim of policy and argue
that these laws are just or unjust.
4. What is a hero? How do others define this concept? How do you define it?
Think about some of the characters in the selections you have just read; do
they fit a definition of “hero”? Think about real people you have encoun-
tered in your life; do any of them fit the definition? How does a hero relate
to his or her society? Broaden your understanding of a hero by reading the
short selection from Bodega Dreams (page 120), the poem “Crazy Courage”
(page 148), and the essay “The Train from Hate” (page 150). Do some library
research in order to extend your understanding of the concept of the hero.
Now create your own definition. Support your argument with evidence from
your library research, personal experience, and specific examples from your
reading in this chapter.

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