Please use the Cornell Notes format for the Extended Cornell Notes assignment. However, this Extended Cornell Notes assignment requires a more substantive analysis of the film, Get Out than has been done with other Cornell Notes assignments that covered other readings. In addition, the Main Notes and Main Ideas sections of the Extended Cornell Notes must engage the theories and concepts on offer in the Baldwin and DuBois readings. Be sure to make a connection between each Main Note with its corresponding Main Idea. Including only one main note with one main idea is not sufficient to consider the assignment complete. Be sure to include the required information in the top section of the Extended Cornell Notes using the Cornell Notes format as guide.
Furthermore, in the Summary section of the Extended Cornell Notes, engage the Baldwin and DuBois readings to analyze the film, Get Out. Be sure to adhere to the following Extended Cornell Notes assignment requirements in the summary section:
- An analysis of the film using DuBois’ theory of double consciousness
- An analysis of the film using one or more concepts discussed in the Baldwin reading
- Discuss how the film together with your analysis resonates with your own lived experience
- The analysis section of this assignment must be 300-400 words. Points will be deducted for an analysis section that is less than 300 words.