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Which best describes the overall themes of Okita’s “In Response to Executive Order 9066” and Cisneros’s “Mericans”?
NOT Individuals often face discrimination because of their appearances, especially during war time.
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What theme is addressed in Okita’s poem “In Response to Executive Order 9066”? During World War II, Japanese Americans were not the enemy. For legitimate security measures, the US had to intern Japanese Americans. Japanese Americans posed a serious risk to the security of the country. Japanese Americans were extremely angered by their forced internment.
During World War II, Japanese Americans were not the enemy.
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Executive Order 9066 led to Japanese-American internment during World War II. Define “internment.”
the act of confining someone during wartime
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Read the excerpt from “In Response to Executive Order 9066”. I saw Denise today in Geography class. She was sitting on the other side of the room. “You’re trying to start a war,” she said, “giving secrets away to the Enemy. Why can’t you keep your big mouth shut?” Which is represented within these lines? imprisonment of the innocent misrepresentation of foreigners loss of friendship death of childhood innocence
Read the excerpt from Dwight Okita’s “In Response to Executive Order 9066”. I didn’t know what to say. I gave her a packet of tomato seeds and asked her to plant them for me, told her when the first tomato ripened she’d miss me. The narrator assumes that she will see Denise again. die at the camp. be gone for a long time. never see Denise again.
Read the excerpt from “In Response to Executive Order 9066.” I’ve packed my galoshes and three packets of tomato seeds. Denise calls them love apples. My father says where we’re going they won’t grow. Read the excerpt from “Mericans.” She’s so busy taking Junior’s picture, she doesn’t notice me and Keeks. “Hey, Michele, Keeks. You guys want gum?” “But you speak English!” “Yeah,” my brother says, “we’re Mericans.” Which of the statements best describes both excerpts?
Okita uses the tomato, a food native to the Americas, to highlight the speaker’s American identity, while Cisneros uses the English language to give her characters an American identity.
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The poem “In Response to Executive Order 9066” and the short story “Mericans” share the theme of
Read the excerpt from Dwight Okita’s “In Response to Executive Order 9066”. Of course I’ll come. I’ve packed my galoshes and three packets of tomato seeds. Denise calls them love apples. My father says where we’re going they won’t grow. Based on this excerpt, readers can assume that the internment camps are bleak and unfavorable places where typically nothing thrives. supplied with fruits and vegetables from outside sources. located far away from the speaker’s current residence. only a temporary relocation and the speaker will return home.
bleak and unfavorable places where typically nothing thrives.
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Read the paragraph from a student’s essay comparing Sandra Cisneros’s “Mericans” and Dwight Okita’s “In Response to Executive Order 9066.” (1) Sandra Cisneros’s “Mericans” is about a young American girl of Mexican descent who is struggling to find her own cultural identity. (2) Cisneros illustrates this through a number of images and ideas. (3) For example, the speaker, Micaela, calls her grandmother “awful,” and seems to resent the woman’s strict views and religious ideals. (4) The speaker also mentions how she and her brother emulate characters from popular American television programs when they play make-believe. (5) Lastly, she describes physically standing outside her family’s church, an act that symbolizes the fact that she feels like an outsider to Mexican culture. (6) Although Micaela is of Mexican descent, she seems to feel a stronger connection to the United States. Which is the best thesis statement for the entire essay?
Though the speakers in Okita’s poem and Cisneros’s short story have strong roots in foreign cultures, both of them feel more connected to their American identities.
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Franklin Roosevelt’s Executive Order 9066 Select one: A. banned gays and lesbians from serving in the military. B. permitted the arrest and detainment of Americans suspected of disloyalty. C. allowed for the forced internment of Japanese Americans. D. created the Manhattan Project to develop an atomic bomb.
C. allowed for the forced internment of Japanese Americans.
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