Hurston how it feels to be colored

PLEASE READ AND ANSWER THE QUESTION
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In 2-3 formal paragraphs(5 sentences per paragraph) answer one of following questions, and respond to at least two of your classmates’ post.
1. From the beginning Zora Neal Hurston startles us: “I remember the very day that I became colored” (paragraph 2). Why does Hurston insist that one becomes colored? What happened on that day to make her so?
2. Each section of Hurston’s essay explores a different possible identity, some based on skin color, others emphasizing history, culture or gender. What does Hurston accomplish by such an approach?
3. The final paragraph introduces a key simile: “like a brown bag of miscellany propped against a wall.” How does Hurston develop this simile? What does she mean by it?

Rubric
Your assignment will be graded based on this rubric.
RubricDefault rubric100 possible points
Expert
5 points4 pointsAdequate
3 points2 pointsInsufficient
1 pointRelevance of Post
–/25 points
Posting thoroughly answers the discussion prompts and demonstrates understanding of material with well developed ideas. Posting integrates assigned content and makes strong connections to practice.
(25 points)
Posting addresses most of the prompt(s) and demonstrates mild understanding of material with well developed ideas. Posting references assigned content and may not make connections to practice.
(20 points)
Posting fails to address some components of the prompt. Makes short remarks. Posting lacks connection to practice.
(15 points)
Posting fails to address all components of the prompt. Makes short or irrelevant remarks. Posting lacks connection to practice.
(10 points)
No posting or one phrase response.
(5 points)
Quality of post
–/25 points
Appropriate comments: thoughtful, reflective, and respectful of other’s postings.
(25 points)
Appropriate comments and responds respectfully to other’s postings.
(20 points)
Appropriate comments and responds respectfully to other’s postings but may lack creativity.
(15 points)
Responds, but with minimum effort. (e.g. “I agree with Bill”)
(10 points)
No posting or one phrase response.
(5 points)
Contribution to Learning Community
–/25 points
Post meaningful questions to the community; attempts to motivate the group discussion; presents creative approaches to topic.
(25 points)
Attempts to direct the discussion and to present relevant viewpoints for consideration by group; interacts freely.
(20 points)
Attempts to direct the discussion and to present some relevant viewpoints for consideration by group; interacts freely.
(15 points)
Minimum effort is made to participate in learning community as it develops.
(10 points)
No feedback provided to fellow student(s).
(5 points)
Mechanics
–/25 points
Writing is free of grammatical, spelling, or punctuation errors.
(25 points)
Writing includes less than 5 grammatical, spelling, or punctuation errors.
(20 points)
Writing includes less than 7 grammatical, spelling, or punctuation errors.
(15 points)
Writing includes 6-8 grammatical, spelling, or punctuation errors.
(10 points)
Writing contains an unacceptable number grammatical, spelling or punctuation errors.
(5 points)