Please make sure you finish the notes from class, and complete your PINK SS8H11 & SS8H12 STUDY GUIDE which is due MONDAY before the UNIT TEST!!!!!!
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Students viewed the PowerPoint below to fill in a blue notes sheet/organizer on Tuesday/Wednesday.
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Today in class, students were given a reading on early civil rights activists. They were to complete a Venn Diagram comparing/contrasting Washington and DuBois, take notes on Alonzo Herndon, and then complete a written response choosing either Washington or DuBois’ opinion on racial equality as the better one, and providing support as to why.
Students received a reading selection and a fill-in notes page on Tuesday, Jan 16 to work on during class. Today, 1/22 in class, we went through a PowerPoint discussing each section of the fill-in notes page. For those who did not finish the notes in class, I am including pictures of my completed notes sheet.
Students will learn about early civil rights leaders and racial violence during this unit as well. Leaders such as WEB DuBois, Booker T. Washington, Alonzo Herndon, Homer Plessy. And events such as the 1906 Atlanta Riots, and the trial and subsequent lynching of Leo Frank.
Tutoring is available on Thursdays 4:30 – 5:20, for students needing assistance.