Presentation on theme: "1eres: Lesson 3 Life in black and white NOTE: You need to bring your book for this entire lesson! Cultural focus: Segregation in the USA / Civil Rights."— Presentation transcript:
1eres: Lesson 3 Life in black and white NOTE: You need to bring your book for this entire lesson! Cultural focus: Segregation in the USA / Civil Rights movements Method: How to present a picture / text and give your opinion Grammar: simple present and preterit tense. Final Task: An exhibition is organized! You will have to SPEAK for a minute about a photograph from this period (presentation of the document, of the context and of your opinion)
Elliott Erwit, North Carolina, 1950. Write 3 words in your copy-book (pencil) -> Brainstorming.
The historical context Means of communication: We will focus on photography
Homework: Etre capable de décrire la photographie selon la méthodologie vue en classe Apprendre le vocabulaire de la photographie + Toolbox book p 88.
3 different documents / 6 teams Group 1 Merry go round Group 2 Basquiat’s painting Group 3 Brown vs. Board of Education
Merry-Go-Round by Langston Hughes Where is the Jim Crow section On this merry-go-round, Mister, cause I want to ride? Down South where I come from White and colored Can't sit side by side. Down South on the train There's a Jim Crow car. On the bus we're put in the back— But there ain't no back To a merry-go-round! Where's the horse For a kid that's black? Vocabulary: Jim Crow Section- Section for African Americans after the Jim Crow laws were passed (started in 1890) so blacks would remain separate but equal.
Brown vs. Board of Education : segregation outlawed ! Consigne : fill in the blanks with the following words : who /because / as / that / that is to say / although. The two people in the photo are a mother and her daughter …… are sitting outside the Supreme Court in Washington, D.C. in 1954. They are sitting outside the Supreme Court ……………….. it symbolizes their victory over racism. ………. the sign the woman is holding suggests, they are celebrating the decision ……………. the Supreme Court made, ……. … … …….. the Supreme Cout ruled out “separate but equal” schools. ……………., “separate but equal” schools were legal in some segregationist States, the Browns tried their luck hoping the Supreme Court would declare the law unconstitutional, which was done.
Homework: Etre capable de présenter un des trois documents (cf : leçon) en donnant son opinion.
CO videos test 1 leader’s biography (rosa parks avc worksheet or / and mlk, type bac)
Group work: 6 different docs Voir fiches et livre Fichier L5 Travail de groupe en anglais évalué et Expression orale en anglais évaluée
CO : Watching the news Video 1 TV Civil rights Act Video 2 Ferguson Events Worksheet « The end of the Fight ? » HW : Etre capable d’établir un parallèle entre les deux vidéos. Complete your Timeline