Step 1: Read the following excerpt from Malcolm X’s The Autobiography of Malcolm X. LearningtoRead.pdfMinimize File PreviewStep 2: Fill out an annotation worksheet for the reading. Blank Annotation Worksheet here. (DOCX)Blank Annotation Worksheet here. (PDF) (You can download it, type in your responses, and save your file or you can print it out, write your answers on the worksheet, and post a scan of the document.)Step 3: Answer the following questions. Your answers should be clear and detailed. Each answer should be a a minimum of 150 words long. These can be attached/written in a separate document or text submission or at the end of your annotation worksheet. How did the process by which Malcolm learned to read differ from the typical way people learn to read?In your own words, what does the author mean when he says. “In fact, up to then, I never had been so truly free in my life” (par. 11)? What is the effect of this statement on the reader?Is reading the most important skill for students in school today? Why or why not? What is equally or more important? What skills should we be prioritizing?How has your reading experience been so far? Have you found pleasure in reading or has it been more of a challenge? What kind of barriers have you encountered as you read?Submission:To submit, please attach your saved files as either a Word, PDF, JPG or PNG file below and click Submit. You can submit for this assignment more than once. Rhetorical Context (Who wrote it or created it? Why was it written?What is it trying to do to or for its readers? What is it? Where does it appear? When was it published? What is its genre?)Summary (What does the text say? What are its main points? What did you find most interesting or important?)What are THREE golden lines from the text? (Quotes that stood out the most.)Evaluation (Is the text convincing? Why or why not? What new knowledge did you get from reading this text?)Questioning (What questions do you have about the text? What would you ask the author if you could speak to him or her directly? Do you have any questions to ask your fellow students or the instructor?)Quote 1: Evaluation/Significance of the Quote (Why did you choose it?): Quote 2: Evaluation/Significance of the Quote (Why did you choose it?): Quote 3: Evaluation/Significance of the Quote (Why did you choose it?):
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