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Monday January 27, 2014. Pick up the NEW VOCAB!. Take out your: Notebooks. Class Objectives:. Analyze new vocab words Discuss 11 Statements Express your opinions!. S W B A T. Language Objectives:. Identify part of speech for vocab week 9 words Define vocab week 9 words

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monday january 27 2014

Monday January 27, 2014

Pick up the NEW VOCAB!

Take out your:

Notebooks

class objectives
Class Objectives:
  • Analyze new vocab words
  • Discuss 11 Statements
  • Express your opinions!

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B

A

T

language objectives
Language Objectives:
  • Identify part of speech for vocab week 9 words
  • Define vocab week 9 words
  • Reflect on your opinions around gender roles, race, and the law

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W

B

A

T

agenda
Agenda
  • Identify part of speech for vocab week 9 words
  • Define vocab week 9 words
  • 11 Statements Pre-reading activity

January 27,

2014

vocab week 9
Vocab Week 9

Title page 74:

Vocab Week 9 Words

Title page 75:

Vocab Week 9 HW

*Update your table of contents!

slide7

Tolerance

Part of Speech:

NOUN

Definition:

The practice of respecting the beliefs and practices of others

We must practice TOLERANCE if we are to

coexist peacefully

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Prejudice

Part of Speech:

NOUN

Definition:

A negative opinion formed prior to understanding the situation

The man’s PREJUDICE kept him from seeing all

his options and resulted in poor life choices.

slide9

Piety

Part of Speech:

NOUN

Definition:

Religious devotion and reverence for God

The man’s PIETY helped him through many

difficult times.

Praying, Going to Church

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Assuage

Part of Speech:

VERB

Definition:

To make less severe or burdensome

Gus’ presence ASSUAGED the crying

girl’s pain.

Fear, Pain, Hate, Hurt, Thirst, Hunger

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Malevolent

Part of Speech:

ADJ

Definition:

Having or exhibiting hatred

Mr. Panda’s MALEVOLENT behavior

caused his coworkers to hate him.

Words, Behavior, Actions, Thoughts

slide12

Mortified

Part of Speech:

ADJ

Definition:

Experiencing shame, humiliation or wounded pride

Ariel was MORTIFIED when she realized she

had made a silly mistake.

Was, Were, Became, Should have been

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Vexed

Part of Speech:

ADJ

Definition:

Annoyed, Frustrated, Worried

Brittany became VEXED when the stylist

tried to fix her hair.

Was, Were, Became, Should have been

11 statements four corners
11 Statements: FOUR CORNERS
  • We are going to discuss our answers to the statements.
  • After the question is read aloud, you will move to the corner which represents your answer.
  • We will discuss the statement, then move on to the next one.
7 the old saying sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me is still true

7. The old saying“sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me” … is still true.

tkm background
TKM: BAckground

Title page 62 of your notebook

*Update your table of contents!

notes overview

Notes Overview:

The Great Depression

Technology and Entertainment

Clothing

Social Customs

Historical Events and World Leaders

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The Great Depression: 1929-1940

  • As a result of many factors, the:
  • Unemployment rate was at 25%
  • Banks went out of business
  • Everyone lost money
  • Long lines outside of job offices
  • Food pantries and soup kitchens were a common sight
technology and entertainment
Technology and Entertainment
  • People often went out to see movies with their friends and families.
  • When at home, people spent a lot of time playing board games and watching black and white TV.
technology and entertainment1
Technology and Entertainment
  • Radio was rapidly becoming a mass media. Families and friends would congregate around the radio to listen to the news, reports and even soap operas in the evening.
  • TVs, however small, were gaining in popularity- though very few households were lucky enough to have them.
1930s clothing
1930s Clothing
  • The Great Depression began in 1929 and ended in the late 30’s. This had a huge affect on women and men’s fashion.
  • Changing clothes twice a day became unfashionable and women were often mending or sewing their clothes in order to wear them longer.
  • Men were in suits as much as possible and women were often found in dresses.
social customs
Social Customs
  • People often spoke of baseball, dancing, and politics- anything to get their attention away from the Great Depression.
  • Etiquette: Appropriate Conduct
  • Girls were to be girls and boys were to be boys.
historical events world leaders
Historical Events & World Leaders
  • Adolf Hitler was becoming a more powerful leader in Europe.
    • Bringing Germany out of a recession
  • The Great Depression haunts America during the 1930s and early 1940s
  • President Franklin D Roosevelt was in office in the United States.
    • Trying to bring up American morale
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Cost of Living 1930s

Average Cost of new house $7,145.00

Average wages per year $1,970.00

Cost of a gallon of Gas 10 cents

Average Cost for house rent $15.00 per month

A loaf of Bread 9 cents

A LB of Hamburger Meat 13 cents

Magic Chef Gas Cooker $195.00

Pontiac Big Six Car $745.00

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Discuss.

Take a moment to think about what you know or have just learned about the 1930s.

Now think about what you know about tolerance and prejudice in the 1930s?

Any connections?

ticket to leave

Ticket to Leave

Finish this sentence:

A hero during the 1930’s was probably …