After I got familiar with it I was happy about my choice because the novel is based on an authentically, sociological experiment which was held by Ray Otero. I also remembered that I saw a documentary about that issue some time before. The book deals with racial, ethnical and sexual prejudices which are the basis for the 'Colour Game'.
Description of the Color-Game 3.
Characterization of Amy and Adam and their families 3. Amy and her family 3. Adam and his family 4. Amy and Adam 4. Hideo and Sue 5. Assessment of the Color Game 6. Miklowitz - an author who has specialized in writing young adult books. The story takes place in somewhere in California and deals with a relationship between Amy a young of Japanese extraction and Adam an upper-class WASP.
For their disappointment their parents are too prejudice to really accept their relationship. Chapter 1 At the beginning of this chapter Amy is waiting at home for her boyfriend Adam. As he arrives - and after her father has told her to be back right in time - both are driving to a dance at school.
On the way she is telling him about the fear of her father that he could "lost" her like her older Brother Hideo who married a white women.
When they enter the courtyard Amy is first talking to her friends Carol and Juan. Hereafter she moves with Adam to a table which his friend Justin has reserved for them and some other friends. Then because Adam has requested her for it, Amy shows the others how to dance the hula.
Soon Juan - a friend of Amy - and Justin are in trouble who is next to dance with her. Just before they begin to fight Amy divides them saying that she has already promised Juan to dance with him.
Both begin to talk about what happened just until Adam joins them and she goes away with him. Amy and Adam are sitting in his car when Amy looks on her watch and gets shocked that it is already so late. She is hastening to the house hoping that her parents are already asleep but instead both are still waiting for her coming home.
So she gets in trouble because of being late and her father forbids her to see Adam for a week. Sad she goes to bed.
The next day she calls Adam at his home when their parents are outside working. First of all she is a little bit confused and fears that she only is "some girl" for Adam but she soon calms down and informs Adam about what has happened and that she cannot go to the beach party with him.
Afterwards she is visiting her Brother Hideo and his wife Sue which Amy has not seen for about a year because her father prohibits her to do so because of being angry that Hideo has married without his permission. Both are living in small and old apartment trying to make the best out of it.
They are eating some chicken Sue has cooked and are talking about several things including the color game. Moreover Hideo tells his parents that they are going to get a child. First off all Mr. Sumoto reacts in a very unfriendly way just asking Hideo if he could afford that.
But then he notices that it might be not so bad to have a grandchild.
Chapter 3 The next day she meets Adam when she is walking at school and Amy tells him what she has get to know about the color game and her fear that it could divide them.
However she is thinking that this might be a good test for their relationship. When they arrives at class - in front the students sorted by skin colors - Otero, their teacher, arrives an opens unlocks the door. Description of the Color Game. A few, especially Adam, think that this game is far from reality and shows it in making some jokes.
Nevertheless everybody has to chose a color by chance so that Amy gets Blue and Adam Orange. Sad about this situation Adam tells her that there is the possibility that he is promoted or she is demoted so that they could meet in the middle.
Other people just like Paul Thomas, a black, enjoys their new status and superiority. Chapter 4 This Chapter begins in the library where Amy is thinking about what has happened.
We get to know that in a Japanese Camp she has learned, besides other things, that being female means being a chameleon adapting the boy you are dating with.Gloria D.
Miklowitz is the author of over 60 fiction and nonfiction books for children and young adults. Her books have won national and international awards and deal with important issues such as racial injustice, steroid abuse, date violence and militia involvement.
The war between the classes Presentation from Shania and Rebecca Gloria D. Miklowitz Rules of the 'Color Game'-four colors: blue, dark green, light green, orange-it will last for 4 weeks-have to write a report every day in a journal-you can be demoted or promoted. The war between the classes Presentation from Shania and Rebecca Gloria D.
Miklowitz Rules of the 'Color Game'-four colors: blue, dark green, light green, orange-it will last for 4 weeks-have to write a report every . The War Between the Classes Summaries of Chapter 8 & 9 The chapter 8 and 9 of the text “The War Between the Classes” by Gloria D.
Miklowitz is about Amy’s becoming an orange and her plan to unite all colors/5(27). Ich würde mich sehr freuen, wenn irgendjemand bis Morgen früh noch eben ein Auge über die Charakterisierung von Amy Sumoto werfen und evntl.
noch einen Schlusssatz formulieren könnte.. Danke im Vorraus. Amy Sumoto is the first person narrator in the novel The War Between the Classes by Gloria D.
Miklowitz and the story is told . The novel "The War between the Classes" which was written by Gloria D. Miklowitz in is about an authentic sociological experiment, held in by Ray Otero. The so-called 'Colour Game' concerns racism and sexism in a fictional society and is designed to make the participants aware of these grupobittia.com: