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I will upload the file in watsupp as maxiumm larguploaded on Support files Pre-Reading Tasks Considering the learning goals I outlined in my lecture, take notes that help you answer those questions. What are race and ethnicity? What is racism? Where does the idea of race come from? What role did slavery play in the formation of the United States? How did the initial contact with Europeans and experiences like the Indian Removal Act affect Indigenous people? What role did science play in the development of racism? Read the first paragraph and highlight key sentence/s. Write a summative note in the margin. Read the last paragraph and highlight key sentence/s. Write a summative note in the margin. This should give you a general sense of what the article is about. During-Reading Tasks Highlight and/or underline, or type key ideas and terminology throughout. Symbols and/or a color-coding system is encouraged. [Tip: Circle key terms and put a * next to key ideas so they’re easy to find later. You will be compiling a list of key terms for the class]. Write notes, a few comments per page, including what the text says (summaries), questions, and your personal reactions. Make associations: text to text (how are the articles in conversation with one another?); text to self (how does the article relate to your existing knowledge or prior experiences?); text to world (can you relate what you read to current events?) Post-Reading Tasks Highlight your “power quote” and make a note in the margin as to why you believe this is the most compelling quote. [You can share this in the optional class meeting]. At the end of the article, write your three most important “takeaways.” What are the main ideas? What did you learn?