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In the first textbook Strangers From A Different Shore read about the first Korean Americans and submit the answers to 4 reading question sets by Thursday 11pm:
Question Set 1: Leaving the Land of “”Morning Calm” (pages 53-57)
Question Sets 2 – 4: Chapter 7 Struggling Against Colonialism (pages 270-293)
Answer 4 questions sets from the lists below using your own original words. For full credit, write your own original answers in complete sentences and paragraphs. For partial credit, if you copy 5 or more words in a row that are not your own, you must quote the words you copied and give the source, including page number. Include the question number, the questions, or give the page numbers for the question sets you have chosen. A question set is all the questions grouped together.
Question Set 1: Push or Pull Reasons
Choose and answer one question set about either push or pull reasons in the section Leaving the Land of “”Morning Calm” (pages 53-57):
PUSH and PULL REASONS
p.53 Who encouraged Koreans to leave their homeland and emigrate to America? The first major pull reason why Koreans came to the US was that the Hawaiian Sugar Plantation was having trouble with Japanese workers. (no specific page) Why did they turn to Korean workers?
p.56 What do some of the Korean women have in common with Japanese women who come to the U.S.?
p.57 What are at least two reasons why Japan cut off the flow of Koreans into Hawaii?
Question Set 2: Economic Conditions
ECONOMIC CONDITIONS INCLUDE JOBS, WORK LIFE, HOW PEOPLE EARN MONEY, BUSINESSES, SOMETIMES AN ETHNIC ECONOMY.
Choose and answer one question set about Economic Conditions in Chapter 7:
pages 274-275 What jobs did most Koreans have in the rural areas? What was a Korean farm laborer’s day like?
pages 276, 290 How did one of the most economically successful Korean American families make their fortune? Even with big earnings they could not return to Korea and made significant donations to the independence movement. They bought an airplane so Koreans could learn to train and fly. Where else did the wealthiest Korean Americans donate money?
pages 286-293 Why was it so hard for the Park family to build an economically secure life? What are some ways that they tried to support the family?
Question Set 3: Political Conditions
POLITICAL CONDITIONS include laws, government policies, court decisions, and political opinions. Anti-Chinese laws are passed on the national level, not just the local and state levels.
Factors like racism, prejudice and stereotypes can fall under either Political Conditions or Social Conditions.
Choose and answer one question set about Political Conditions in Chapter 7:
page 272 Could the Korean AmericanWW1 veteran be a naturalized citizen? Why?
page 280 What was Korean family life organized around? What were some (more than one) Korean political groups ?
pages 280-281 Who is one of the independence movement leaders? How did they believe Koreans would gain their freedom?
Question Set 4: Social Conditions
SOCIAL CONDITIONS include community life, religion, cultural traditions, customs, language, celebrations, identity, housing, food, leisure activities, community groups. Family, or the lack of family, gender roles and generational issues can also be examined under social conditions.
Choose and answer one question set about Social Conditions in Chapter 7:
page 270 How was the Korean community different from the Chinese and Japanese communities?
page 286 How were 2nd generation Koreans different from their parents?
pages 286-293 How was Jean Park’s experience growing up on the other side of the railroad tracks different than Jade Snow Wong growing up in Chinatown, or Monica Sone growing up near the Japanese American community?
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