Chapter 20- Hoovervilles. Core Value: Higher order thinking skills 21 st CLE: Students should communicate clearly and effectively EQ: How did the time period in which the work was written affect how and why it was written?
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EQ: How did the time period in which the work was written affect how and why it was written?
How does this picture relate to the story? Why would the artist photograph this scene? Does this pictures reflect ethos, pathos, or logos?
Homework: Read 21-22 ½ (See syllabus)
Floyd says the following:“You got a job a work, an’ there’s jus’ one fella wants the job. You got to pay ‘im what he asts. But s’posethey’s a hundred men. S’psethey’s a hundred men wants that job. S’pose them buy a box a mush for them kids. S’pose a nickel’ll buy at least sompin for them kids. An’ you got a hundred men. Jus’ offer ‘em a nickel– why, they’ll kill each other fightin’ for that nickel” (334).What is this an example of?
We don’t need one!
Where’s our leader?
Maybe I am…
Ma lets the kids get a flat stick/spoon
and have the remnants
“mound of children smothered
the pot” (352)- ants again…
Summarizer: What does the crowd of men on the highway show about the people of California? How is this closing to the chapter a final realization for the Joads of their true situation in California?