Everything you need to understand or teach Hunger of Memory by Richard Rodriguez.
When Richard Rodriguez published his collection of six autobiographical essays, Hunger of Memory: The Education of Richard Rodriguez in 1981, roars erupted from both ends of the political spectrum. His conservative readers and critics were happy to hold him up as a minority student who had benefited from affirmative action but who in the end had rejected such programs as unfair to the real underprivilegedthose who were impoverished or had never had the educational opportunities Rodriguez had enjoyed. Others saw in Rodriguez someone alienated from his Mexican-American culture and heritage, having betrayed his fellow Hispanics (a broad term meaning Spanish speakers but used in the United States to denote Americans whose forebears are from a Spanish-speaking country) by his denunciation of bilingual education and affirmative action.
The book follows Rodriguez's early life as it revolves around language and education and portrays how those factors contributed to his transition from...
Hunger of Memory: The Education of Richard Rodriguez Lesson Plans contain 162 pages of teaching material, including: