12/19/13 Day 4. Reform Movement If you have yet to present please have all of your materials ready. Agenda: Finish Presentations Introduction Notes Reading on the reform movement and questions . Objectives:
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brought a religious revival and an era of social reform.
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Henry David Thoreau
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Abolition movement – the call to outlaw slavery
Emancipation – the freeing of slaves, with no payment to slaveholders
“The man who would not fight…ought to be kept with all of his children or family, in slavery, or in chains, to be butchered by his cruel enemies.”
The North Star
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Read Chapter 2 “Women’s Rights”
YOU WILL NEED THIS FOR YOUR ASSIGNMENT NEXT CLASS
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Imagine you are a reporter for the Seneca Falls (New York) Journal at the time the women’s convention assembled. On lined paper write a short article that would go along with the headline. Be sure to include answers to the five “W” questions: Who? What? When? Where? And why?
*JULY 12, 1848*
WOMEN’S CONVENTION OPENS TODAY
LARGE GATHERING EXPECTED
When finished please hand in your entry.
- Next, identify the KEY TERMS on page 364 in your textbook using Chapter 12.
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Read “A Brief History of Labor Unions in the U.S”
Complete the following questions
WHEN COMPLETE HAND-IN AN START WORKING ON YOUR STUDY GUIDE
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Test on Reform Movement – Friday 1/17
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