An Argument Against Code Switching

For each reading assigned for class, choose at least one sentence, quote, and/or idea that resonates with you and write briefly about it. This “writing briefly” could involve, for example, explaining why an idea resonates with you, how this connects to something that you are already familiar with or that has crossed your mind before, and/or what about the reading is confusing or troublesome. These are not the only ideas for writing briefly about daily readings — just a few to get you started. Also: Instead of adding blank lines between responses to different readings, use paragraph breaks or a bulleted list

Naming What We Know, Concept 3, pp. 48-58 (all sections of Concept 3)

Nah, We Straight: An Argument Against Code Switching” (Young)

Working English Through Code-Meshing” (Milson-Whyte)


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