learning to read and write by FREDERICK DOUGLASS
Look for the parts of Douglass’ essay that you thought were the most interesting to you. Consider some of these approaches: what connections between freedom and education dose Douglass make in this easy? What personal qualities does Douglass have that you admire? How does he manage to be successful under such terrible conditions? You need not answer all of these questions They are intended to help you find your special way of thinking about the essay.
1) Use at least three quotes and explain what you think about the quote means.
2)tell the reader how he¦. (such as he tells the story of who he gained his freedom Get your own er, though!)
3) your point of view, or commentary. in subsequent paragraphs use details and quotes from the easy to explain your point of view.
4)graded on introduction, thesis, development, topic sentences, use of details and correctly inserted quotations and correctness.
5) new idea new paragraph. (8-10lines)
6) Thank you!