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Welcome Today is Tuesday, May 27, 2014 and you will need: Notebook Writing tool Please turn in your Summative assignment Remember to purchase your picnic item. Remember to bring money or a white t-shirt to tye dye if you are tubular, filthy, or cool. Start up is a STWC
Malcolm X Born on May 19, 1925, in Omaha, Nebraska, Malcolm X was a prominent black nationalist leader who served as a spokesman for the Nation of Islam during the 1950s and '60s. Due largely to his efforts, the Nation of Islam grew from a mere 400 members at the time he was released from prison in 1952 to 40,000 members by 1960. Articulate, passionate and a naturally gifted and inspirational orator, Malcolm X exhorted blacks to cast off the shackles of racism "by any means necessary," including violence. The fiery civil rights leader broke with the group shortly before his assassination, February 21, 1965, at the Audubon Ballroom in Manhattan, where he had been preparing to deliver a speech.
Daily Learning Target “I can complete my crafty paragraph(s)” Progression of Learning “I can integrate quotes into my own words” “I can cite quotes correctly”
Daily Learning Target “I can plan an effective protest” Progression of Learning “I can identify an issue for which I am passionate enough to protest.” “I can envision and plan a protest action to meet my goal.”
“I can identify an issue for which I am passionate enough to protest.” In your journals, quietly write a half a page about an issue you are passionate about and why? examples: ▫Violent culture ▫Internet and gaming addiction ▫Environmental issues ▫Health issues ▫Bullying online or at school ▫Substance abuse
“I can envision and plan a protest action to meet my goal.” In small groups of no more than three plan a protest. Discuss and write down the specifics about this activity: ▫Who ▫What ▫Where ▫Why ▫When and ▫How
“I can integrate quotes into my own words” Text: “Bakunin strongly opposed Marx’s belief that revolutionary workers needed to set up a strong central government to redistribute wealth. He predicted that any governmental authority, even a revolutionary one would limit people’s freedom and become oppressive.” Own words: Bakunin and Marx were very similar in their economic theories but had some major differences. Integrated Quote: Bakunin and Marx had very similar economic theories but disagreed over the need “to set up a strong central government” (Bakunin Philosopher File). Bakunin believed that a strong government was dangerous because it “limit people’s freedom and become oppressive” (Bakunin Philosopher File).
“I can cite quotes correctly” Blah blah blah “quote” blahbidy (source, page #). Blahbidy blah “quote” (source, page #). Sources Meet and Greet Roles: Use character names as source, no page number Philosopher Files Cite as ______ Philosopher File, no page number
Body Paragraph 8-10 Sentences Beginning Topic Sentence Point of the paragraph Argument Statement Middle Supporting Details Quotes Descriptions Data End Explanation of details/quotes Personal commentary Restatement of argument/topic Goal: Write a few high quality paragraphs Suggested Procedure 1.Open “Crafted Paragraph Summative 2.“Save as…” on your H drive or pin drive 3.Bold the prompt that you will answer 4.Write below the rubric 5.Save again, print, and hand in Expectations Care for other student’s learning Focus on the craft at hand Have a silent activity ready if you finish
Review Globalization Definitions and Examples Specialization of labor Supply and demand Cartels Monopolies An organization created from a formal agreement between a group of producers of a good or service, to regulate supply in an effort to regulate or manipulate prices. A cartel is a collection of businesses or countries that act together as a single producer and agree to influence prices for certain goods and services by controlling production and marketing. A cartel has less command over an industry than a monopoly - a situation where a single group or company owns all or nearly all of a given product or service's market. In the United States, cartels are illegal; however, the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) - the world's largest cartel - is protected by U.S. foreign trade laws.
And now…….. You now have time to work on homework or read quietly while I pass back papers and discuss your progress with you.