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Friday 8/9/13 R.A.P. (Review and/or Preview Question) WHAT DOES THE PHRASE THE AMERICAN DREAM MEAN TO YOU? WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT YOUR FAMILY HISTORY?
Reminders Bathroom sign out sheet Tardy sign in ---before 7 minutes into class. Homework board Absent –check calendar online, check assignments on line, talk to someone in class, check blue crate for assignments on front table, or email me. Monday– DUE –Signed movie permission form –Signed parent understanding of syllabus.
I, TOO by Langston Hughes I, too, sing America. I am the darker brother. They send me to eat in the kitchen When company comes, But I laugh, And eat well, And grow strong. Tomorrow, Ill be at the table When company comes. Nobodyll dare Say to me, Eat in the kitchen, Then. Besides, Theyll see how beautiful I am And be ashamed I, too, am America.
A PLACE AT THE TABLE Title your notes A Place at the table video questions PLEASE WRITE DOWN THE DIFFERENT THEMES YOU SEE DURING THE VIDEO. PAY ATTENTION TO THE DIFFERENT INDIVIDUAL STORIES IN THE VIDEO.
THEMES FROM VIDEO WITH THE PEOPLE NEXT TO YOU COME UP WITH THREE OR FOUR MAIN THEMES FROM THE VIDEO.
History in video? Slavery Civil rights Immigration Japanese internment camps The Holocaust Great Depression Treatment of Native Americans Homosexual treatment
Closure Directions: Please answer the following questions in complete sentences. Turn in to the inbox when you are finished, if you do not have time to finish, it is homework and due on Monday. 1.What challenges will you and your peers face in ensuring liberty and equality for everyone, and how will you meet those challenges? 2.Which person, in the video, was most interesting to you? Why? 3.Talk to your family and write down what you have learned about your family history that you did not know.