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Monday, February 6, 2012. Front. Happy Birthday: Matt Bartels Sabrina Parkinson. Welcome Back!. Mr. Cupp. Back. Monday, February 6, 2012. Happy Birthday: Erin, Alex Bartee , Valeria, Lizette & Stephanie!. Welcome Back!. Monday, February 6, 2012. Happy Birthday:

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monday february 6 2012
Monday, February 6, 2012

Front

Happy Birthday:

Matt Bartels

Sabrina Parkinson

  • Welcome Back!

Mr. Cupp

Back

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Monday, February 6, 2012

Happy Birthday:

Erin, Alex Bartee, Valeria, Lizette & Stephanie!

  • Welcome Back!
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Monday, February 6, 2012

Happy Birthday:

Alec, Edgard, Monica, Jony

  • Welcome Back!
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Monday, February 6, 2012

Happy Birthday:

Eden, Amanda

  • Welcome Back!
welcome back notes
Welcome Back Notes
  • Let’s keep our room clean.
  • Norms:
    • No food or drink other than water.
    • On time – Double-Zeroes! I will give warnings.
    • MASH Cards out for start of class. Every day.
    • Come to class prepared:
      • I will sell you a pencil for $0.50
      • Paper
    • No packing up until period is over (or I say so)
textbooks
Textbooks
  • We lost 10 textbooks in Semester 1!
    • At original price: $1000
    • Replacement cost: $150 (that Mr. Cupp has to pay himself)
  • If you have a book at home, PLEASE bring it ASAP
  • If you know that you lost a book, please give me $15 to replace it.
binders
Binders
  • 3 Sections:
    • Keepers
      • Should have several things in it
    • Classwork
      • Should be EMPTY
    • Mastery
      • Should be EMPTY
  • Lots of Paper!
  • Table of Contents:
    • #1: Warmups
    • #2: Anti-Semitism Notes
warmup
Warmup
  • Clean Sheet of Paper (don’t tear the holes)
  • #1 at top
  • Date entry: Feb. 6, 2012
    • Respond: Think about a time you or someone you know has been discriminated against. Was the stereotype about something you did or are? Or was it about your family, background, color etc.?

5 m

note taking changes
Note Taking Changes
  • Problem with PTDs:
    • MANY students just copied – WASTE OF TIME!
    • MANY students rushed to get them done – WASTE OF TIME!
  • Goal of Notes:
    • Collect information to use later
    • Get information into your head
    • Give you a chance to think about what you’re reading.
college prep notetaking
College Prep Notetaking
  • Textbook and Lecture
  • 3 parts
    • Rough Notes
      • However you like! (PTDs, outlines, webs)
    • Summary
      • 1-2 sentences – big picture – no details
    • Analysis
      • Make it go through your brain one more time
      • HOTS!!
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Name

2/6/12

#2

History of Anti-Semitism

  • Key Terms:
  • Stereotype…
essential terms
Essential Terms
  • A stereotype is a judgment about an individual based on the real or imagined characteristics of a group.
  • Anti-Semitism is prejudice against or hostility toward Jews often rooted in hatred of their ethnic background, culture, and/or religion.
  • Quiz on these later!!
what does jewish mean
What does “Jewish” mean?
  • An ETHNICITY:
    • People of Jewish ethnicity are descended from immigrants from the Middle East, and share a genetic heritage. In this way, “Jewish” can be used in the same way that “Latino,” “Black,” or “White” is.
  • A RELIGION:
    • Judaism is a monotheistic religion that was the basis for Christianity.

Not all ETHNIC Jews practice the RELIGION.

Not all RELIGIOUSLY Jewish people are ETHNIC Jews.

history of anti semitism
History of Anti-Semitism
  • Jewish kingdoms in Middle East for thousands of years.
  • ≈30 A.D. Christianity is formed by Jews near Jerusalem
  • ≈70 A.D. Roman Empire destroys Jewish kingdoms, Jews are spread around Europe, N. Africa, and Middle East
    • Called the “Diaspora”
    • In Europe, Jews often become segregated minorities in majority-Christian cities
christian anti semitism
Christian Anti-Semitism
  • Christianity was not Anti-Jewish originally
    • Original Christians were Jews!
    • Gospels (original books of Christianity) have no criticism of Jews
  • Eventually, Christian leaders began to teach that Jews were bad, should be blamed for Jesus’ execution
  • Debate about this for Christians today
history of anti semitism in europe
HISTORY OF ANTI-SEMITISM IN EUROPE
  • Blood Libel: The story of Simon of Trent (1475), by Hartmann Schedels, Italy
  • Simon of Trent, aged two, disappeared, and his father alleged that he had been kidnapped and murdered by the local Jewish community.
  • Fifteen local Jews were sentenced to death and burned.
what is blood libel
What is Blood Libel??
  • Blood libel refers to a false accusation or claim that religious minorities, usually Jews, murder children to use their blood in certain aspects of their religious rituals and holidays.
  • Blood libel is the most common form of Anti-Semitism throughout European history.
  • Blood libel is an example of the extreme dangers of stereotyping.
shakespeare s the merchant of venice 1598
Shakespeare’s “The Merchant of Venice” (1598)
  • Main character is Jewish money lender named “Shylock.”
  • Is depicted as greedy and murderous.
    • Demands “Pound of Flesh” from man who owes him money
blood libel poland 1712
Blood Libel: Poland, 1712
  • A Fresco from St. Paul’s Cathedral in Poland
  • Blood libel in Sandomierz (Poland) in 1712 caused the Jews of the town to be expelled.
rothschild by c l andre france 1898
“Rothschild” by C. Léandre; France, 1898
  • A common element in anti-Semitic cartoons: the Jew holding the world in his hands.
  • The Rothschild family is a European family of German Jewish origin that established banks from the late eighteenth century.
  • It has been argued that during the 19th century, the family possessed by far the largest private fortune in the world, and by far the largest fortune in modern history.
  • Still influential in Europe after WWI. Hitler blamed Rothschilds for the Treaty of Versailles.
blood libel 1910
Blood Libel: 1910
  • Anti-Semitic fliers distributed in Kiev, Ukraine warning "Christians, take care of your children!!! It will be Jewish Passover on March 17."
exit ticket
Exit Ticket
  • Answer below your notes:
    • How does the previous ≈2000 years of Anti-Semitism help explain the actions of the Nazis in the 1930s?
      • Yes, complete sentences.
      • Show me on your way out the door. Hooked into your binder!!
  • Homework:
    • Bring your Portfolio Tomorrow!
    • I will sign MASH CARDS!!!
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