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The watsons go to birmingham - 1963. Week 4 Epilogue. Monday, January 27 A. amended – v: changed, revised pervasive – adj : widespread prohibited – v: outlawed; forbidden interracial – adj : between people of different races

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monday january 27 a
Monday, January 27 A
  • amended – v: changed, revised
  • pervasive – adj: widespread
  • prohibited – v: outlawed; forbidden
  • interracial – adj: between people of different races
  • segregation – v: practice of keeping different races or groups of people apart
  • demonstrations – n: public meetings or parades in which people show how they feel about an issue
monday january 27 b
Monday, January 27 B
  • strove – v: tried hard
  • sit-ins – n: protests in which people sit down in a place and refuse to leave
  • boycotts – n: protests in which people refuse to buy someone’s merchandise or use someone’s services
  • banned – v: made illegal; forbidden
  • picketing – n: marching or standing outside a business, or other place and carrying signs to show opposition to a policy or practice
  • confrontations – n: acts of opposing or standing face to face against someone or something
tuesday january 28 a
Tuesday, January 28 A
  • Study the vocabulary words. Think of a way that you could put the words in categories. Group the words and be ready to defend the way you grouped them.
tuesday january 28 b
Tuesday, January 28 B
  • Name three things that can be amended.
  • Name three things that can be pervasive.
  • Name three things that are prohibited at school.
wednesday january 29
Wednesday, January 29
  • Name three things about which you would like to hold a demonstration.
  • Name three things that are banned at the airport.
thursday january 30 a
Thursday, January 30 A
  • Write a synonym for each of the following words:

Strove:

Picketing:

Confrontation:

thursday january 30 b
Thursday, January 30 B

Write a sentence which includes both forms of the following words.

  • Demonstrate, demonstrations
  • Segregate. Segregation
  • Pervade, pervasive
friday january 31 a
Friday, January 31 A
  • Give a partner a vocabulary quiz. Call out the definition and have them write the word that goes with the definition. Then switch.
friday january 31 b
Friday, January 31 B
  • Spend ten minutes studying your vocabulary words. Then prepare your paper for the weekly quiz.