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Journal: Explain what the term prejudice means to you and how it influences how people act in 3 lines or more .(If you do not know what prejudice means, look it up!) Takeout your notes over Watsons. . Snapshots of a Year: 1963.

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Journal: Explain what the term prejudice means to you and how it influences how people act in 3 lines or more.(If you do not know what prejudice means, look it up!)

  • Takeout your notes over Watsons.
snapshots of a year 1963
Snapshots of a Year: 1963
  • May 12: President John F. Kennedy sends troops to Alabama to protect citizens from violence between whites opposing school integration and blacks seeking equal rights.
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August 28: Martin Luther King, Jr., gives his “I Have a Dream” speech in front of the Lincoln memorial in Washington D.C.

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November 22: President John F. Kennedy is assassinated during a motorcade parade in Dallas, TX.

birmingham 1963
Birmingham 1963
  • Birmingham became a focus for the Civil Right’s Movement in 1963, Bull Connor (chief of police)
  • http://www.nytimes.com/learning/general/onthisday/big/0915.html
momma s trip on google
Momma’s Trip on Google
  • http://goo.gl/maps/PlRzY
about the author novel
About the Author/Novel
  • See Worksheet and follow along!
literary elements 1 external conflict
Literary Elements:1. External Conflict
  • Conflict that occurs outside the mind of a character.
  • Example: Kenny faces external conflict as he struggles with the teasing and tormenting his brother inflict on him.
2 internal conflict
2. Internal Conflict
  • Conflict that occurs inside the mind of a character.
  • Example: Kenny faces internal conflict when he struggles with the church bombing and the way it makes him feel.
3 plot
3. Plot
  • Plot PowerPoint
4 point of view p o v
4. Point of View (P.O.V.)
  • The narrator’s perspective.
  • First-Person P.O.V: the narrator is also a character in the story.
    • Uses the pronouns I and we
    • The reader can only see into the mind of the narrator.
5 theme
5. Theme
  • The main idea
  • Themessage
  • There are several themes in this story.
    • The Importance of Family
    • The Power of Prejudice

Can you think of others?