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Warm-up 2.3. Have you ever been treated unfairly? Write about a time when this happened. Why do you think this happened? . Jim Crow Laws Intro.

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warm up 2 3
Warm-up 2.3

Have you ever been treated unfairly? Write about a time when this happened. Why do you think this happened?

jim crow laws intro
Jim Crow Laws Intro

We will view a video which provides information on the issue of unfairness, particularly as it relates to the treatment of African Americans in the mid-1900s.

As you are watching these video, take notes on the information you here and see.

Be ready to share information you took notes on after the video. Yes, you must take notes. Do not worry about getting everything down. We will go over key facts after the youtube video.

african american literacy test
African American Literacy Test

Please have out your notebook and something to write with.

Please number 1-10 in your notebook, and label it “African American Literacy Test.”

This test will be timed. You will have one minute per question.

There will be no talking during this test.

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What body can try impeachments of the president of the United States?

Name the attorney general of the United States.

If a person charged with treason denies his guilt, how many persons must testify against him before he can be convicted?

At what time of day on January 20 each four years does the term of the president of the United States end?

FBI stands for (please spell correctly):

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6. If a person seeks to search your home, what kind of paper must he have before you are compelled to allow him to do it?

7. Another name for tribunals are what?

8. What officer is designated by the Constitution to be president of the Senate of the United States?

9. What is the first sentence of the United States Constitution called?

10. In what year did the Congress gain the right to prohibit the migration of persons to the states?

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1. What body can try impeachments of the president of the United States?

    • Senate
  • Name the attorney general of the United States.
    • Eric Holder
  • If a person charged with treason denies his guilt, how many persons must testify against him before he can be convicted?
    • two
  • At what time of day on January 20 each four years does the term of the president of the United States end?
    • 12 noon
  • FBI stands for (please spell correctly):
    • Federal Bureau of Investigation
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6. If a person seeks to search your home, what kind of paper must he have before you are compelled to allow him to do it?

search warrant

7. Another name for tribunals are what?

courts

8. What officer is designated by the Constitution to be president of the Senate of the United States?

Vice President

9. What is the first sentence of the United States Constitution called?

Preamble

10. In what year did the Congress gain the right to prohibit the migration of persons to the states?

1808

jim crow laws additional information
Jim Crow Laws: Additional Information
  • As we read information on Jim Crow Laws, please do the following:
  • Prepare yourselves by writing this sentence frame:
    • Five important key facts about Jim Crow Laws include . . .
  • First, read the two articles through once. Then, read them through again, highlighting, circling, or underlining the most important key points.
  • Decide on five of the most important key points and record these in your notebook.
  • Done early? Read through the samples of Jim Crow Laws and decide which five you feel are most interesting.
jim crow laws share with each other
Jim Crow Laws: Share With Each Other

With a partner, please work together to read each other the sentence you created in your notebooks, and then together come up with a final list of five important key points. You can bullet point this list in each of your notebooks (a model is not provided, as I do not wish to give away answers/ key points).

Students closest to the window or to Ms. Wessel’s room will share first, and then your partner.

Be ready to share with the class.