AAVE cc - Song 1 Rebecca Song English 1102 Sams Compare and...

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Song 1 Rebecca Song English 1102 Sams Compare and Contrast Essay The papers written by both Jelesha, “African American Vernacular English: A Peculiar Language” and Ashley, “Ebonics: Impediment or Bilingualism?”contain similarities and differences. Although there are more similarities than differences present, the claims that each paper makes combined with the differences between the two papers allowed for an interesting read and analysis. Throughout the papers, it was interesting to see the different points and perspectives that were brought up, but even within the differences, it was even more interesting as to how many similarities bombarded the topic of the paper. While “African American Vernacular English: A Peculiar Language” focused more on whether it was more beneficial for Ebonics to be taught in class or not, “Ebonics: Impediment or Bilingualism?” spoke more on the overall history and functions of the Ebonics language. “African American Vernacular English: A Peculiar Language” makes several claims
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course ENGL 1102 taught by Professor Sams during the Spring '08 term at Georgia State.

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