Presentation on theme: "Reform & Culture Unit 10. Warm-up: Define the following. These words are very important! O Reform – O Society – O Suffrage – O Abolition – O Reform Movement."— Presentation transcript:
Society: O Community of people living in a region with shared laws, customs and organizations
Reform Movement: O A movement to make a gradual change in society. O A group of people fighting for a common cause.
Warm-up: Write 3 sentences describing each of the people below. Helen Keller Anne Sullivan
One page essay on “The Miracle Worker.” O Write in blue or black ink or pencil. O Use a piece of regular notebook paper. No rough edges. O You may only write on the front of your paper. O Put your name in the top right hand corner. O Put the date under your name. O Write History Grade 8 under the date. O See side board for example. O Describe Helen Keller’s life before Annie Sullivan and after Annie Sullivan arrives.
Helen Keller Videos O http://youtu.be/Gv1uLfF35Uw http://youtu.be/Gv1uLfF35Uw O http://youtu.be/8ch_H8pt9M8 http://youtu.be/8ch_H8pt9M8
Warm-up: Copy in your journal Title: Characteristics of the Reform Movement O Abolition O Women’s Movement O Education O Care of the disabled and mentally ill O Prisons O Temperance – drinking little or no alcohol
Reformer Booklet Rubric O There are 11 individuals in this booklet. You are responsible for the following information. O Name of reformer = 1 point O Year Born = 1 point O Year Died = 1 point O Explain the movement the person was part of = 4 points O Explain the contribution of the individual = 4points O Neatness = 8 points O Total = 140 points
Warm Up for Friday O Copy this definition in your comp book. O Orator – A person who is a public speaker. O Example: Martin Luther King, Jr. with his “I Have a Dream” speech Start working on your Reformers of the 19 th Century Book!!!!
Warm-up: O Explain the reform movement in 5 sentences.
Important People of the Reform Movement Frederick Douglass - abolitionist
Frederick Douglas - O Movement – abolitionist O Goal – ending slavery O Famous for – O African American abolitionist O Editor of The North Star O Famous speeches (orator)
Important People of the Reform Movement Susan B. Anthony – women’s suffrage
Susan B. Anthony - O Movement – women’s rights & temperance O Goal – equal pay for women, college for girls and co-education (boys & girls going to school together)
Important People of the Reform Movement Elizabeth Cady Stanton – “Declaration of Sentiments” at Seneca Falls Convention
Elizabeth Cady Stanton - O Movement – women’s rights O Goal – equality for women O Famous for – organizing the Seneca Falls Convention, Declaration of Sentiments O “We hold these truths to be self-evident that ALL MEN AND WOMEN are created equal.”
Important People of the Reform Movement Harriet Beecher Stowe – abolitionist that wrote “Uncle Tom’s Cabin”
Harriet Beecher Stowe - O Movement – abolitionist O Goal- ending slavery O Famous for – writing “Uncle Tom’s Cabin – book explaining how bad slavery was.
Important People of the Reform Movement Lyman Beecher – preacher during temperance movement
Lyman Beecher - O Movement – temperance O Goal – to get rid of alcohol O Famous for – lectures, pamphlets, and fiery speeches on why alcohol is bad
Important People of the Reform Movement Sojourner Truth – abolitionist & women’s rights
Sojourner Truth – O Movement: women’s rights O Goal: equality for women & freedom of slaves O Famous for: O Being an escaped slave O “ Ain’t I a woman?” speech
Important People of the Reform Movement Dorothea Dix – prison & asylum reform movement
Dorothea Dix- O Movement: Asylum & Prison reform O Goal: fight to make the conditions in prisons and asylums better
Important People of the Reform Movement Horace Mann – Education Reform
Horace Mann - O Movement: Education O Goal: to make education equal for everyone
Warm-up: O What was the Seneca Falls Convention? O Use your index to locate it in your text book.
O I can identify the political, social and economic contributions of women to American society. Friday
Discuss O http://youtu.be/CtDPZudU 0ek http://youtu.be/CtDPZudU 0ek O In 2013,what changes do you think women would like to see in society?
Read: The Seneca Falls Convention – pg. 426 -427 O What was The Seneca Falls Convention? O Where was it held? O Who were the organizers? O What was the most controversial topic of the convention?
Contributions of women on American society O Political Contribution - began the fight for suffrage (ex. Seneca Fall Convention) O Social Contribution – Allowed women to be successful in jobs outside the home O Economic Contribution – Fought for workers rights (ex. 10 hour work day)
Discussion O Think about society in 2013. What types of reform do you think that we need in our country? O Choose one topic discussed in class and write 1 page explaining why you think that type of reform is needed.
Warm-up: answer the following in your journal Title: Abolitionist Movement O What is an abolitionist? (pg. 418) O Describe Frederick Douglass (pg.421) O At least 5 sentences O Who was Sojourner Truth? (pg.421-422) O At least 5 sentences
Tuesday’s Warm-up: Which reformer might have said this? O “If there is no struggle, there is no progress. Those who profess to favor freedom, and yet depreciate agitation, are men who want crops without plowing up the ground. They want rain without thunder and lightning. They want the ocean without the awful roar of its many waters. This struggle may be a moral one; or it may be a physical one; or it may be both moral and physical; but it must be a struggle.”
Warm-up: Which reformer might have said this? O “If there is no struggle, there is no progress. Those who profess to favor freedom, and yet depreciate agitation, are men who want crops without plowing up the ground. They want rain without thunder and lightning. They want the ocean without the awful roar of its many waters. This struggle may be a moral one; or it may be a physical one; or it may be both moral and physical; but it must be a struggle.” Frederick Douglass
Second Great Awakening O What was it? O The Second Great Awakening brought more denominations that intensified the lines between classes and regions. It spawned many of the humanitarian reform movements, eg., prison, women’s rights, temperance, and abolition of slavery.
Tuesday O I can describe the historical development of the abolitionist movement.
Hum… O What do you think the first step to ending slavery in the U.S. was?
O 1807 –Congress banned the importation of African slaves into the United States and then demand for slavery to end began.
Hum again… O What or who had to grow in numbers in order for slavery to end in the U.S.?
O 1820-1840 : Abolitionists grew in numbers. O 1840-1850: Abolitionists leaders Frederick Douglass and Sojourner Truth began to speak out across the nation. The Underground Railroad began.
O Underground Railroad – O Conductor: Harriet Tubman O Purpose: to help slaves escape from the south O http://youtu.be/T2VzlC-hOBA http://youtu.be/T2VzlC-hOBA O Answer questions for a daily grade
O http://pathways.thinkport.org/following/ http://pathways.thinkport.org/following/ O http://teacher.scholastic.com/activities/bhi story/underground_railroad/index.htm http://teacher.scholastic.com/activities/bhi story/underground_railroad/index.htm O http://education.nationalgeographic.com/e ducation/multimedia/interactive/the- underground-railroad/?ar_a=1 http://education.nationalgeographic.com/e ducation/multimedia/interactive/the- underground-railroad/?ar_a=1