2.05 TEWWG Graphing Organizer.docx

2.05 TEWWG Graphing Organizer.docx

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Their Eyes Were Watching God Character Graphic Organizer As you read, fill in observations for EACH chapter. Character Graphic Organizer Characte rs What factual details do you notice about the characte r? (Occupa tion, Attitude, Descripti on, etc) What obstacle s does the characte r face? Physical , Mental, and Emotion al Explain how this obstacle is or is not a human rights issue. How does the characte r respond to each obstacle and what is the effect of that respons e? Include a quotatio n with the page that shows the obstacle . How does the time period affect the characte r's approac h to the obstacle ? How does this characte r interact with others? Janie Janie was really pretty and she has been through lots of heartbrea k. Janie at a very young age had to marry a man whom she did not want to marry. This is a human rights issue because she was not able to marry the man of her choice while other people may have and that is unfair treatment . Janie responde d to this by running away from her first husband and became someone else's husband. “The years tookall the fight out ofJanie’s face. (Hurston 76). Men at the time were more superior to women and when Janie was married to Jody, it made her look like his daughter. People often are rude to her and whisper things about her that might not be true. Pheoby Phoeby is Janie's best friend and they both love each other. Phoeby had to deal with people making fun of her best friend. It's an issue lot's of people go through.T onsof people even today are Phoeby stands up for Janie in the beginnin g of the story when the other "Y'all makes me tired. De way you talkin' you'd think de folks in dis town Her approach is not affected by the time period. Her approach is similar She interacts well with people only if they aren't rude and gossip.
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