Per the syllabus, there are four readings for Monday's class, but each one of you is only responsible for ONE of them. Please read your piece very carefully, take lots of detailed notes and post on your blog about it (using one of the Talking Points formats listed in your syllabus).
When we meet in class you will meet with your group and discuss the piece — as students. As you work through the main ideas and nuances of the piece, you will prepare to talk to people in the other groups — as teachers. As experts on your text, you will take responsibility for teaching the rest of us about your article so that by the end of our class, everyone will have learned about all four texts. (This teaching and learning technique is called a "jigsaw.")
Yamato, "Something about the subject..."
Smith, "Racism and Women's Studies"
Anzaldua, "La Concienza de la Mestiza"
Lorde, "The Master's Tools..."