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My Diary from Here to There Background picture: Os Semeadores (The Planters) by Diego Rivera LindaC/Callison/2011
Other books by Amanda Irma Perez
opportunities: chances to do things
border: a boundary line that shows how land is separated Border between Calexico, USA and Mexicali, Mexico
unions: groups of workers who come together to make work better
strikes: times when workers refuse to work until employers improve conditions
citizen: a person who agrees to respect the rules of a country and is granted rights from that country
boycott: times when people refuse to buy products to show they are upset about International Grape Boycott Day, May 10, 1969 prices or poor treatment
migrant workers: farm workers who move from one area to another for work
labor: hard work
conditions: situations that affect one’s way of life or activities farm labor housing
bargained: talked over a deal
High Interest Words These are words from the story that you may not have seen before.
saguaro: a large, tree-sized cactus native to the Sonoran Desert
immigrant: a person who comes to a new country to live
pan dulce: a chewy, lightly sweetened Mexican bread Yummm!
green card: a card that shows an immigrant may live and work in the U.S.
tamale (tamal): a traditional Latin- American dish made with masa (a cornmeal dough) and steamed in a corn husk
patient: able to wait or delay without becoming angry I am losing patience!
Medal of Freedom: the highest civilian (non-military) award given in the United States In Spanish: medala
opportunities border unions strikes citizens boycott migrant workers labor conditions bargained High Interest Words saguaro immigrant pan dulce green cards tamale patient Medal of Freedom
My Diary from Here to There Background picture: Os Semeadores (The Planters) by Diego Rivera LindaC/Callison/2011.
MEXICO: MY NEW HOME MY DIARY FROM HERE TO THERE Unit 1 Week 1 – Vocabulary.
My Diary from Here to There Story Vocabulary I need to study first! I am ready to quiz myself! Choose a button below. Unit 2 – Lesson 2.
A river runs along the _______ between the two states. a) c citizen b) u unions c) s strikes d) b border.
CESAR CHAVEZ Cesar Chavez spent the first ten years of his life on a small farm near Yuma, Arizona. His family and most of the Mexican American.
Who do you think this man is? Cesar Chavez This historical figure is Cesar Chavez. Cesar Estrada Chavez was born March 31, 1927 near Yuma, Arizona.
America’s People Unit 6 Lesson 5 Cesar E. Chavez Created by Mrs. Perez-Vasquez 2 nd Grade.
Dear Mrs. LaRue Story Vocabulary I need to study first! I am ready to quiz myself! Choose a button below.
Other Groups that Demand their Civil Rights Chicanos 1.Who were the Chicanos? 2.Why did they call themselves Chicanos? 3.Who was César Chávez? (Blue box)
Warm Up 9/19 Sentence Correction: jim abbott was born on september , in flint michigan he was born without a right hand but became a major league.
N.A.F.T.A. N.A.F.T.A. (North American Free Trade Agreement) Reduction of Trade barriers between Canada, Mexico, & USA (Tariffs, Quotas, etc.) Intended.
Navidad en San Jose, Costa Rica. Foods traditionally eaten during Christmas in san Jose, Costa Rica Foods like Tamales are traditionally Latin American.
Mini - Lecture Grade Three Lesson Four. Cesar saw how bad things, were for farm workers and he wanted things to change.
The Search for Equality Chicano/Latino/Mexican & Asian American Movements.
Chicano/Latino Civil Rights Movement. Latino Equality Just as we have looked at the African-American and Native American fight for equality so to did.
Strike!. What is a strike? A strike is when a group of workers agree to stop working. They do this when they want to protest against something they think.
FAMOUS MEXICAN AMERICAN CESAR CHAVEZ By Jase Nichols and Carlos Fuentes.
Cesar Chavez Review. To work hard for a long time.
Mexico. Capital: Mexico City Size: 3x size of Texas 31 states.
BORN NEAR YUMA, ARIZONA, ON MARCH 31, 1927, CESAR CHAVEZ EMPLOYED NONVIOLENT MEANS TO BRING ATTENTION TO THE PLIGHT OF FARMWORKERS, AND FORMED BOTH THE.
Protests and Impacts THE NEW DEAL HOW DID THE NEW DEAL AFFECT THE NATION?
LABOR UNIONS. Key Terms 1. Labor Union – organization of workers 2. Strike – workers refuse to work a. money b. benefits 3. lockout – when owners refuse.
MEXICO South of the Border. I. Ancient Mexico A. Highly civilized long before Columbus discovered America. B. The Mayan and Aztec Indians built magnificent.
Learning Target I can describe how organizations like the United Farm Workers, the National Organization for Women [NOW], and the American Indian Movement.
OF MICE AND MEN By John Steinbeck. JOHN STEINBECK Born in Salinas, California in His most famous books were written in the 1930s & 1940s and are.
III. ETHNIC MINORITIES. LATINOS Growth of the Latino Presence Latino is a term that includes people from – Mexico – Puerto Rico – Cuba – Dominican Republic.
Cesar Chavez. Early Years Born in Yuma, Arizona in His parents were from Mexico. – Cesar’s father was a farmer and owned a grocery store and garage.
Chapter 20 Section 3. States with high populations of Mexican descents Many people of Mexican descent lived in Texas, California, Arizona, New Mexico,
Changes in the Conditions of Immigrants in Latin America By: Ariana Martinez.
Building Background Knowledge: Planning The Two Voice Poem.
Commonwealth Club Address Cesar Chavez Unit Vocabulary.
Mexican Americans Organize Cesar Chavez Family was migrant farmers while growing up 1962, organized the National Farm Workers Association Union boycotted.
John Steinbeck He wrote the book ‘ Of Mice and Men’ in 1936 He came from Salinas, California Like ‘Of Mice and Men’ many of his books deal with the lives.
The Immigration Debate 4/24/2007. Profile of Immigrants 1 million legal and 500,000 undocumented enter the country annually Total foreign born population:
Cesar Chavez “Heroic Figure of Our Time” Photo by Caliosphere.
Minorities in the late 1960’s By Wyatt, Shawn, Hatter, and Trevor.
AP Microeconomics Warm Up: On a ½ sheet I am collecting for a grade 5 minutes after bell rings!! 1.Illustrate a side-by-side perfectly competitive labor.
Migration from Mexico to the USA Why are Mexicans leaving their country? PUSH FACTORS Why are they attracted to the USA? PULL FACTORS What effects does.
Dolores Huerta Dolores Huerta and Cesar Chavez worked together to establish the Agricultural Workers Association. She organized several successful boycotts.
Migrant farm laborers are people who travel to a location where there is a job available. After the work is finished (usually a planting/harvest.
Illegal Immigration. History of Immigration Pre Most Immigrants came from Northern and Western Europe Nearly 24 million people came from.
LIFE DURING THE GREAT DEPRESSION Aim: How were the arts and daily life affected by the events taking place during the Great Depression? Do Now: take out.
Social Science. Circular Flow We are all part of the circular flow of economic activity by buying items with money that you acquire from working Businesses.
CA 8 th Grade US History Standard 8.6.3, 8.6.7,
LESSON 1: A NATION OF IMMIGRANTS Citizenship. Why did people come to America? Immigrants came to America in great numbers for various reasons Gain Freedom.
Principles of Our Market Economy Circular flow – people exchange their labor to buy goods and services from many businesses. Circular Flow - 8 minCall.
Immigrants from Asia and Latin America. 1) Late 1800s - _________________ immigrants came to the US from Asia Mainly from 3 countries: _____________________________.
National movements Refused to let in colored workers Created own unions American Federation of Labor (founded 1886) tied together different craft unions.
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