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1 (Historical Figures)

2  A. a statue of a person who lived in the past.  B. a person who made a difference in the lives of his/her people.  C. a person whose life changed the world in some significant or important way.  Let’s see if the following slides can help you figure out the correct answer/s!

3  Who fought for women’s right to vote and other women’s rights? a. Frederick Douglass b. Susan B. Anthony c. Paul Revere

4  Who warned the American Patriots (colonists who fought for freedom) that the British were coming? a. Frederick Douglass b. Susan B. Anthony c. Paul Revere

5  Who fought for civil rights and the abolition of slavery? a. Frederick Douglass b. Susan B. Anthony c. Paul Revere

6  Who fought for voting rights for all and created the “Great Society”? a. Lyndon Johnson b. Franklin Roosevelt c. Eleanor Roosevelt

7  Who was the president who created the “New Deal” to help his people from the Great Depression and who led us to win World War II? a. Lyndon Johnson b. Franklin Roosevelt c. Eleanor Roosevelt

8  Who helped establish the United Nations and fought for human rights? She was also the eyes and ears of the president? a. Mary McLeod Bethune b. Susan B. Anthony c. Eleanor Roosevelt

9  Who founded a school for African American (black) people? a. Mary McLeod Bethune b. Susan B. Anthony c. Eleanor Roosevelt

10  Who fought for workers’ right to form a union or an organization? a. Cesar Chavez b. Thurgood Marshall c. Lyndon Johnson

11  Who fought against racial segregation in the public school? He later became the first African American (black) Supreme Court Justice. a. Cesar Chavez b. Thurgood Marshall c. Lyndon Johnson

12  What is a historical figure?  A. a statue of a person who lived in the past.  B. a person who made a difference in the lives of his/her people.  C. a person whose life changed the world in some significant or important way.

13  1734 – 1818 Paul Revere  1818 – 1895 Frederick Douglass  1820 – 1906Susan B. Anthony  1875 – 1955 Mary McLeod Bethune  1882 – 1945 Franklin D. Roosevelt  1884 – 1962Eleanor Roosevelt  1908 – 1973Lyndon Johnson  1908 – 1993 Thurgood Marshall  1927 – 1993Cesar Chavez

14  We will be looking at a political map of the United States. A political map is a map that represents a country’s territories, boundaries, and capitals (most important cities).  Let’s review the different states. What are the states that are in the northern hemisphere? Southern hemisphere? Eastern hemisphere? Western Hemisphere?

15  Paul Revere—Massachusetts  Frederick Douglass—Maryland  Susan B. Anthony—Massachusetts  Mary McLeod Bethune—South Carolina  Franklin Roosevelt—New York, then Massachusetts  Eleanor Roosevelt—New York  Thurgood Marshall—Maryland  Lyndon Johnson—Texas  Cesar Chavez—Arizona,then California  Label you map with the names of these historical figures.

16  Who warned the American Patriots (colonists who fought for freedom) that the British were coming in boats? a. Frederick Douglass b. Susan B. Anthony c. Paul Revere

17  Watch the following link and answer the following questions: education.com/index.c fm?guidAssetId=732BF B97-5CEB-48D ABBA962EB24C&blnFr omSearch=1&productc ode=US education.com/index.c fm?guidAssetId=732BF B97-5CEB-48D ABBA962EB24C&blnFr omSearch=1&productc ode=US

18 1. Why did the colonists rebel against the British? 2. What did Paul Revere do to warn the patriots the British were coming? 3. How would the British attack the Patriots?

19  Liberty means freedom from unfair government.  Can you use this word in a sentence?  Colony means a community that belongs to another country. Our country was once a colony.

20  Read information about Paul Revere on pages 1 and 2.  Let’s look at the map of the 13 colonies.  Answer study guide on Paul Revere on page 5.

21  Who fought for civil rights and the abolition of slavery? a. Frederick Douglass b. Susan B. Anthony c. Paul Revere

22  Watch his video.  education.com/index.c fm?guidAssetId=0E93F 1E7-CC03-478B-83E7- 7DF43EA7C95F&blnFr omSearch=1&productc ode=US education.com/index.c fm?guidAssetId=0E93F 1E7-CC03-478B-83E7- 7DF43EA7C95F&blnFr omSearch=1&productc ode=US

23 1. How can you know if a person is a slave? 2. Do we need to abolish the law against texting while driving or treating certain people as slaves?

24  Read pages 3 and 4 answer page 6 (Frederick Douglass Study Guide)

25  Let’s write/type about Paul Revere and Frederick Douglass!

26  Who fought for women’s right to vote and other women’s rights? a. Frederick Douglass b. Susan B. Anthony c. Paul Revere

27  Read a book about Susan B. Anthony, or watch her video from brainpopjr.com.

28  Read information about Susan B. Anthony and answer study guide on pages 7, 8, and 11.

29  Who founded a school for African American (black) people? a. Mary McLeod Bethune b. Susan B. Anthony c. Eleanor Roosevelt

30  Learn about Mary M. Bethune by doing research on Pebblego.com.

31  Read information on Mary McLeod Bethune and answer the study guide.  Do you know anybody who has the same perseverance and diligence as Mary Bethune?

32  Who was the president who created the “New Deal” to help his people during the Great Depression and who led us to win World War II? a. Lyndon Johnson b. Franklin Roosevelt c. Eleanor Roosevelt

33  Watch F.D. Roosevelt’s biography on brainpop.com  Write a summary about Franklin Roosevelt after reading pages 13 and 14. Write at least 7 sentences about him.

34  Game 1: The Interview Game. All the boys will pretend to be FDR, and the girls will pretend to be the reporters. Each “reporter” asks “FDR” a question.  Game 2: The Weak Link The class forms a circle. Each student will tell 1 information about FDR. The person who does not answer in 10 seconds will be the weak link. The last person standing is the winner.

35  Read information about F.D. Roosevelt and answer study guide.

36  Who helped establish the United Nations and fought for human rights? (She was also the eyes and ears of a U.S. president) a. Mary McLeod Bethune b. Susan B. Anthony c. Eleanor Roosevelt

37  Watch a video and read about Eleanor Roosevelt. Answer study guide.

38  Research about the life of Eleanor Roosevelt on Pebblego.com.  Write facts about her that are not found on your packet.

39  What new signs do you see (written on white paper) ? How do you feel about them?

40  What is segregation?

41  Who fought against racial segregation in the public school? He later became the first African American (black) Supreme Court Justice. a. Cesar Chavez b. Thurgood Marshall c. Lyndon Johnson

42  Watch a video about segregation and how Thurgood Marshall among other people fought against it.

43  Which of these rules shows segregation and which shows fairness?

44  Read pages and answer Study Guide, page 26.

45  Who fought for voting rights and created the “Great Society”? a. Lyndon Johnson b. Franklin Roosevelt c. Eleanor Roosevelt

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47  Which is an example of prejudice here:  A. “I like hanging out with Tricia. I think she is cool!”  B. “Let’s stay away from that girl. I heard both of her parents are criminals. She might be trouble!”

48  Which is an example of poverty here:  A. Student A is in poverty she has no winter clothes at all.  B. Student B is in poverty because she has her own flat screen TV and laptop.

49  Who has authority at home?  Who has authority in Cedartown?  Who has authority in the entire state of Georgia?

50  Read a biography about Lyndon Johnson (pp ).

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52  Reread the biography of Lyndon Johnson with your partner.  Remember as many information as you can about him.

53  True or False  1. Lyndon Johnson was born in Georgia.  2. LB Johnson was a teacher in Texas.  3. He taught mostly African Americans in Cotulla, Texas.  4. He had a program called “The Great Society”.  5. “The Great Society” puts an end to poverty (being poor) and unfair treatment of people based on their skin color.

54  6. Lyndon Johnson wanted to be remembered as the president who fought for women’s rights to vote.  7. Prejudice means judging people harshly without knowing them.  8. Authority means going to jail.

55  Who fought for workers’ right to form a union or an organization? a. Cesar Chavez b. Thurgood Marshall c. Lyndon Johnson

56  Let’s look at a few robust vocabulary words.

57  Which is a labor union?  A. A group of students who love Math  B. A group of workers that protects their rights and interests  C. A group of teachers that talk about their lessons

58  Who are migrant workers?  A. Valdez family goes to work from farm to farm in the south.  B. Trinidad family goes on a trip in the summer.

59  Who shows diligence?  Student A talks a lot during independent work so he does not finish on time. So, he just copies from a seatmate.  Student B does not give up on a difficult math question. He gets his book to look at the topic. He then finds out how to answer the question.

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61  Watch/read an ebook on Cesar Chavez.  Watch a video about him on brainpop.com  Read pp about Cesar Chavez.  Answer study guide.

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