Select 2–4 golden lines (important quotes) from the ancillary texts, and discuss why you chose that quote, what source/text it’s from, and how it connects to Kindred.
If you’ve viewed a visual text (e.g. movie or film), explain the similarities and differences between the visual text and Kindred or how one text helped you to understand (“read”) the other. If possible, embed or screenshot images that are especially relevant for your thinking.
Record a short video or audio where you discuss the ancillary texts you’ve selected and explain what questions, insights, etc. you have.
Write an entry where you surface some of the important threads, themes, motifs, etc. in the ancillary texts.
Jot down an especially challenging idea or quote that you encountered in the ancillary text. Then, ask questions and think critically about the quote in the hopes of getting at the meaning of the quote.
Some other way of showing how you engaged the ancillary texts you selected (screenshots, annotations, playlist, etc.).