They are interrupted by Parnell James, who brings them the news that Lyle Britten will be arrested for the murder of Richard Henry. When he leaves to inform Britten about his future arrest, the students talk amongst themselves about the struggles they face as black people. The scene shifts to Lyle and his wife, Jo Britten, in their store. His wife brings up the death of Richard, fearful that her husband may go to jail because of a past transgression he had with another black man who died as a result of the confrontation.
Explain Slide 3 Answer 1 Yes, because when Jorge was little, he used to break his moms porcelain decorations just for fun; even though his mom told him not to touch them Slide 4 Question 2 If you were in Roy's place, would you have sneaked down to the rockpile?
What would you have done if you were in John's place? Slide 5 Answer 2 a Jose says yes, because he thinks that it would be sick to go play and kick some butt.
Slide 6 Question 3 Do you think that Gabriel overreacts to Roy's injury? Why or Why not? Slide 7 Answer 3 Yes, because its not a big deal its just a small scratch above his eye. If Roy would've died then it wouldve been understandable.
Slide 8 Question 4 What draws Roy to the Rockpile? Slide 9 Answer 4 The boys that were playing at the rockpile called him over and asked him to play with him. Some friends of Roy passed beneath the fire escape and called him pg.
Slide 11 Answer 5 a Gabriel blames John for letting Roy go and play with his friends at the rockpile. But he mostly puts blame on Elizabeth for not payin attention to her sons. Slide 12 Question 6 a What role does John serve in his family?
Slide 13 Answer 6 a His role is being a older brother that has to look over his younger siblings. He was nameless and a stranger, living, unalterable testimony to his mothers sins b Gabriel babies Roy after the incident and quickly blames Elizabeth and John for not keeping an eye on him.
So Gabriel prefer Roy even over his own wife, so obviously he would prefer Roy over John. He aint got your big eyes for nothingGabriel aint no sense for trying to blame Johnnie pg. Explain Slide 15 Answer 7 a He is very rash and decides too quickly on important issues that need time.
Slide 16 Question 8 a What conclusions can you draw about Gabriel's relationship with Elizabeth? Slide 17 Answer 8 a Elizabeth and Gabriel have a love hate relationship. At then of the book Gabriel sees the mother of his children, his other half, yet he loses interest because she doesnt say what he wants to hear, or do what he says.
Slide 19 Answer 9 To take care of your little brother, pay attention to your elders, and dont do things that you are told not to do. Parents try to protect you more then half of the time, and if you disobey them, at least one time it will come back to get you.Rockpile Pop Quiz & Discussion Questions (by James Baldwin) Rockpile Pop Quiz Discussion Questions (by James Baldwin) This pop quiz and 5 discussion questions for THE ROCKPILE by James Bald.
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