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Monday Feb. 11th

Monday Feb. 11th

Monday Feb. 11th. Copy Right Material. Warm-up: Day 1 Opening: Review Warm-up/Glue in your Greek & Latin root words W.S: Research & Readingplus Closing: Reminders – Independent Reading Project due Wednesday. Research for BHM Argumentative Essay.

By tolinka
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DOL level 4 week 5

DOL level 4 week 5

DOL level 4 week 5. Analogy snow: cold - _______ : sweet 2. strawberry : grapefruit – red : _____ 1. i will learn you more about the short story lost in the city 2. kevin visited canada in june but he couldn’t stay long. sugar. yellow. Pledge. Fluency. 6 min. reading solution.

By aya
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Black History Month

Black History Month

Black History Month. Northern Illinois University UNIV 105. Once upon a time. Black History Month. February is Black History Month Abraham Lincoln (who was president during the Civil War) was born on February 12, 1809

By yoshi
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Langston Hughes’s Ballads (1937-1942)

Langston Hughes’s Ballads (1937-1942)

Langston Hughes’s Ballads (1937-1942). Part I of II. Interrupting, Langston Hughes exclaimed:

By junior
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Elijah Aloese Lakisha Carson Arielle Gonzales Period 3

Elijah Aloese Lakisha Carson Arielle Gonzales Period 3

Elijah Aloese Lakisha Carson Arielle Gonzales Period 3. Definition.

By calida
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Mother to Son

Mother to Son

Mother to Son. By: Langston Hughes. Langston Hughes. Most popular writer of the Harlem Renaissance. Wanted to capture the traditions of Black culture in written form. He was born in 1902 and died in 1967.

By chance
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Poetry

Poetry

Poetry. Completing the Poetry Markup Worksheet for Langston Hughes “A Dream Deferred”. A Dream Deferred by Langston Hughes. What happens to a dream deferred? Does it dry up like a raisin in the sun Or fester like a sore — And then run? Does it stink like rotten meat?

By telyn
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Aim: What do we need to study for the test?

Aim: What do we need to study for the test?

Aim: What do we need to study for the test?. Do Now: How was the New Deal going to help the American people? HW: Study for test. New Deal and the Supreme Court. As FDR created programs to deal with the nation’s economy, the Supreme Court closely watched.

By chaman
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Mini lesson Speaker’s Point of View — 5 th grade

Mini lesson Speaker’s Point of View — 5 th grade

Mini lesson Speaker’s Point of View — 5 th grade. Poetry. Langston Hughes “I, Too, Sing to America” . Connection. We have learned how to analyze text to determine themes. We have also talked about point of view and how it impacts the way the story or poem is told .

By ave
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Warm Up:

Warm Up:

Warm Up:. Complete warm up located on your table. Use the correct verbs in context. ***Don’t forget to write your name, date, and class period on your paper. POEMS TELL STORIES POEMS EXPRESS FEELINGS POEMS DESCRIBE POEMS EXPRESS IDEAS. STANZA .

By wirt
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Roaring 20’s

Roaring 20’s

Roaring 20’s. Quiz. Pages. 114-127. Bootleggers. People who transported or sold illegal alcohol during the Prohibition Era . Speakeasies. Illegal saloons that sprang up across the United States following the passage of the 18 th Amendment . Harlem Renaissance.

By varen
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Short Story review

Short Story review

Short Story review. Thank You, Ma’am The Lottery. Thank You, Ma’am. By Langston Hughes. Thank You, Ma’am. C hoose the letter of the correct answer. What is a protagonist? Victim Theme Main character Author Who is the protagonist in Thank You, Ma’am? Langston Hughes

By duscha
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African American Literature of the Early 1900s Daniel Ansaldo

African American Literature of the Early 1900s Daniel Ansaldo

African American Literature of the Early 1900s Daniel Ansaldo. The Age of the New Negro. Protest writing grew from racial injustices Pauline E. Hopkins (1859-1930) Colored American Magazine Attempted to reignite antislavery fervor WEB Du Bois (1868-1963)

By lovie
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Harlem Renaissance

Harlem Renaissance

Harlem Renaissance. The Beginnings. Zora Neale Hurston. 1920-30s Literature Music Theater Art Politics. Groundwork. Langston Hughes. Education Employment Great Migration Publications. Characteristics. Roots of the African-American experience Racial pride

By vern
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Lesson Title: Introduction to Characterization

Lesson Title: Introduction to Characterization

Lesson Title: Introduction to Characterization. Objectives. The student will be able to: Analyze the methods authors use to develop and reveal character. Determine character traits from indirect characterization.

By dinh
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Name: _______________________ 8/29-30 ELA 7-____ Short text: Thank You, Ma’am by Langston Hughes

Name: _______________________ 8/29-30 ELA 7-____ Short text: Thank You, Ma’am by Langston Hughes

Name: _______________________ 8/29-30 ELA 7-____ Short text: Thank You, Ma’am by Langston Hughes. Learning Objectives: Explore the key ideas of character and what it means to have good character Identify the elements of plot Closely read a short story

By varick
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The

The

Featured stars include. Join us for a viewing and discussion of the short film. The. Har emRenaissance. Zora Neal Hurston. Literature That S parked a Movement. Hillary Rodham Clinto n Children’s Library and Learning Center. Alain Locke. 4800 W. 10 th Street, Little Rock, AR.

By lela
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The World of the 1920s

The World of the 1920s

The World of the 1920s. Prosperity. Productivity up Wages rise ¼ Corporate profit rise 2x as much 40% of Americans still in poverty. The New Economy. Mechanization affects farm, factory workers Growth of education, retail, professions. Business Fights Unions. “welfare capitalism”

By trixie
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The Harlem Renaissance 1920s

The Harlem Renaissance 1920s

The Harlem Renaissance 1920s. The Harlem Renaissance. 1920s Harlem, a New York suburb Center of black culture for the time Influx of artists, musicians and writers All uniting in a common bond Some of the greatest art ever seen/heard Jazz music Amazing poetry Paintings and scultures

By kohana
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Langston Hughes & Harlem Renaissance

Langston Hughes & Harlem Renaissance

Langston Hughes & Harlem Renaissance . Brianna Jonson- Morello. Who was Langston?. He was born on February 1, 1902 First piece of published writing was “The Negro Speaks of Rivers” Known for writing about the black mans struggle Published his first book “The Weary Blues” on 1926.

By pekelo
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