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  1. Montgomery boycott Analyzing subjective and objective statements within text


  3. BELL RINGER – SENSORY DETAILS CHART • Construct a sensory detail chart modeled like the sample chart on the board. Take a look at the following images. Analyze the several paintings to induce critical thinking of visual images. You will have several minutes to analyze and interpret what you can infer from each image. Keep the following questions in mind when viewing the images: • What does the image represent? • Do the images remind you of anything? • What comes to mind when you see these images?

  4. Confrontation at the bridge Painting by Jacob Lawrence

  5. The ordeal of alice

  6. ironers

  7. reflection • Select one of the images and write a 1-2 paragraph reflection on your interpretation of the image. • You will need to include facts of the image, sensory details, details of what you inferred from image, and why they chose that image over the remaining two. • Consider the following questions when developing your response: • What is revealed in Jacob Lawrence’s paintings? What stories are created in the images? • How did the artist use symbols to convey important ideas about the 1950s and 1960s? • How are the beliefs, values and feelings expressed in Coretta Scott King’s memoir depicted through Jacob Lawrence’s art?

  8. Daily Doable objective • I will learn to differentiate between objective and subjective statements within the memoir Montgomery Boycott using an objective/subjective 2 column chart. • I will do this in order to analyze the validity and reliability of a text to better understand how to evaluate information. • I will know I’ve mastered it when I am able to identify 4 or more statements that are objective/ subjective from the memoir.

  9. Essential Question • How can the validity and reliability of historical events help the reader understand the key concepts while reading the text? • How does Coretta Scott King balance the use of fact and opinion in her portrayal of her husband? Does this balance make her a credible source?

  10. Fact Vs. Opinion • Fact: something known to be true; something that can be shown to be true, to have existed, or to have happened. • Opinion: a view or judgment formed in the mind about a particular issue

  11. Objective Vs. Subjective • Objective: a point of view that is not influenced by personal feelings or prejudice; based on facts; unbiased • Subjective: a point of view that is based on a person’s own moods, attitudes, and opinions • Bias: a point of view or interpretation that is slated or inspired with prejudice and personal feelings.

  12. Strong vs. weak

  13. Strong vs. weak arguments • STRONG ARGUMENT: • Statements that are backed up by reasons, facts, and examples related to the topic. • WEAK ARGUMENT: • A series of personal opinionsthat are not backed up by facts and examples, and may not be related to the topic.

  14. How to identify strong and weak arguments • STRONG ARGUMENTS: • 1. Begin with a topic about the subject. • 2. Give relevant facts and reasons as support. • 3. Arguments are clearly and logically organized. • WEAK ARGUMENTS: • 1. Use opinions that are related to the subject. • 2. Not supported by facts or reasons. • 3. Not clear or logical in organization.