Compare Text Genres - "We Real Cool."

Compare Text Genres - "We Real Cool."
Compare Text Genres - "We Real Cool."
Compare Text Genres - "We Real Cool."
Compare Text Genres - "We Real Cool."
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This short but thoughtful poem provides a powerful, non-fiction perspective on the black community during the pre-civil rights era in Chicago. Gwendolyn Brooks' poem is compared to a non-fiction article that describes the quality of African American life in Bronzeville. Students brainstorm ideas focused on the theme of the poem and then relate the literary work to real-life facts from the past.

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2 pages
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Teaching Duration
1 hour
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