ASYNCHRONOUS BLOG POST Deadline: 10/4 before the class.
In the comment section down below answer ONE of the following prompts (2oo-word minimum).
How do Camino and Yahaira’s notions of family are transformed during this mourning period? Include reflections on biological, extended, and chosen families. Discuss at least two scenes from this section.
How does Camino’s levels of vulnerability increase after the tragedy? Elaborate on the ways the issues she confronts offer a glimpse into soci0-economic or cultural dilemmas in the Dominican Republic. Make reference to at least two scenes from this section.
Reflect on the topics down below and elaborate on how the author, Elizabeth Acevedo, approach (ONE of) them in this second section of the novel:
.tourism and native exploitation
.access to health care and alternative medicine
.acesss to US citizenship
Write a poem that summarizes one theme from this section (see OPTION THREE) using only direct verses (quotations from different pages) from Elizabeth Acevedo.
Respectfully interact with ONE of your classmates’ responses. Do you agree with their arguments and interpretations? Do you disagree? What other observations about these pages (116-218) from Clap When You Land do you want to bring into the discussion?