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Title: Thursday, September 17th


1
Thursday, September 17th
  • How do our values show up in our literature?
  • William Bradford On Plymouth Plantation
  • Our Childrens Books
  • Puritans Childrens Literature The New England
    Primer

2
To whom or what do we give credit for our success?
  • William Bradford On Plymouth Plantation
  • To whom do the pilgrims give credit?
  • How do they feel about the land and people?
  • How did the natives react to them?
  • Any final credit for success?

3
How do our childrens books reflect our values?
  • Puritan Primer
  • What do they want children to do?
  • How do they want children to behave?
  • How is this different than the what we want
    children to do?

4
Friday September 18th
  • How do our values show up in our literature?
  • Turn in Papers
  • Values taught to Puritan Children
  • John Smith Among the Indians
  • Our cultural myths

5
Friday September 18th
  • TURNING IN PAPERS!
  • In Folder
  • Write what, if any, difficulties you encountered
    when writing this paper. Be honest. This helps
    me tailor future assignments for you!
  • Staple together, in this order
  • Reflection
  • Final Draft
  • First Draft
  • Rubric

6
How do our childrens books reflect our values?
  • Puritan Primer
  • What do they want children to do?
  • How do they want children to behave?
  • How is this different than the what we expect of
    children?
  • If you were taught this way, how would you behave?

7
How do our MYTHS reflect our values?
  • Myth A popular belief or story that has become
    associated with a person, institution, or
    occurrence, especially one considered to
    illustrate a cultural ideal
  • THINK George Washingtons Cherry Tree
  • John Smith Among the Indians
  • What is unbelievable about this story?
  • How does this story create John Smith?

8
Monday, September 21st
  • How do our values show up in our literature?
  • John Smith Among the Indians
  • Denotation and Connotation
  • Review Bradford and Smith
  • Pass out The Crucible

9
How do our MYTHS reflect our values?
  • Myth A popular belief or story that has become
    associated with a person, institution, or
    occurrence, especially one considered to
    illustrate a cultural ideal
  • THINK George Washingtons Cherry Tree
  • John Smith Among the Indians
  • What is unbelievable about this story?
  • How does this story create John Smith?

10
DENOTATION/CONNOTATION
  • Denotation Dictionary Definition of the word.
    The words stand alone meaning.
  • Connotation The words meaning as it is used in
    a context. The feelings and beliefs associated
    with a word.

11
As you read the following slides Write down the
word AND on a scale of one to ten write down how
positive or negative you feel about that word.
0 5 10
Negative Neutral Positive
12
WILDERNESS
13
CONTROL
14
RULES
15
LIBERAL
16
ORDER
17
CREATIVITY
18
CONSERVATIVE
19
HARMONY
20
UNIFORM
21
LIBERTY
22
AUTHORITY
23
FREEDOM
24
WILDERNESS
25
The Crucible by Arthur Miller
Homework Read to page 6 (thats rightonly page
six!) Be ready for a quiz that asks you to write
what you believe to be the central dilemma or
conflict in the play!
26
Tuesday, September 22nd
  • How do values show up in our literature?
  • Denotation and Connotation Review
  • The Crucible 1-6
  • Groups

27
DENOTATION/CONNOTATION
  • Denotation Dictionary Definition of the word.
    The words stand alone meaning.
  • Connotation The words meaning as it is used in
    a context. The feelings and beliefs associated
    with a word.

28
Word Us Ps
Wilderness Control Rules Liberal
29
Word Us Ps
Order Creativity Conservative Harmony
30
Word Us Ps
Uniform Liberty Authority Freedom
31
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32
Homework Begin Reading Act ITomorrow I will
be absent but in the building.Your Task
Reading aloud in groups and completing reading
activity by the END OF CLASS.
33
Thursday, September 24th
  • Essential Question What happens when personal
    values conflict with societal values?
  • Finish ACT 1 QUIZ
  • Divide into groups of five
  • Group Reading Assignment

34
ACT I QUIZ
  • NO BOOKS or NOTES
  • Turn in Quiz when finished.
  • Take out book and read when finished.

35
DOOR
Group One 79-87 Ashley Cox Corrine
Gescheidle Corie Brissette Vanilo
Beaudouin Linnea Levy
Group Three 94-101 Martrelle Davis Michael
Grassle Norberto Infante Ericka Gordon Eyram Woka
Group Two 87-94 Nicole Cruz Andrew Hampton Vitor
Bezerra Cory Taylor Erin Verkoulen
Group Five 109-end Samantha McCorkle Ramius
Crooks Anthony Butler Fan Jia-Hua Victoria
Miranda Alex Skerhut
Group Four 101-109 Linnea Levy Elsa
McNeilly Jabari McIntyre Brunelle Ferreri Darius
Major
36
DOOR
Group One 79-87 Jackson Gehringer Kerissa
Norman Lindsey Mims Jamie Napena
Group Three 94-101 Brianna Johnson Stephanie
Hoffman BreShey Westbrrok Juan Becerril
Group Two 87-94 Kadiann Graham Gabe Hast Jawonne
Worth Mark Moller
Group Five 109-end Barry Hilliard Kanapali
Blackwood Danyale Griffin Kimberly Jacques
Group Four 101-109 Najeema Muhammed-Bey Roberto
Santeliz Keke Webber Dontrell Knighten
37
What is the most powerful force against change?
38
HOMEWORK!!!
  • Written Response!!! ONE PAGE TYPED or TWO PAGES
    HAND-WRITTEN!
  • Choose one of the oppositions to change and write
    what you believe is the most powerful force
    against change.
  • ____________ is the most powerful force against
    change
  • USE GOOD, SPECIFIC Personal Examples

39
DOOR
Group One Ashley Cox Corrine Gescheidle Corie
Brissette Vanilo Beaudouin Linnea Levy
Group Three Martrelle Davis Michael
Grassle Norberto Infante Ericka Gordon Eyram Woka
Group Two Nicole Cruz Andrew Hampton Vitor
Bezerra Cory Taylor Erin Verkoulen
Group Five Samantha McCorkle Anthony Butler Fan
Jia-Hua Victoria Miranda Alex Skerhut
Group Four Ramius Crooks Elsa McNeilly Jabari
McIntyre Brunelle Ferreri Darius Major
40
DOOR
Group One Jackson Gehringer Kerissa
Norman Lindsey Mims Jamie Napena
Group Three Brianna Johnson Stephanie
Hoffman BreShey Westbrrok Juan Becerril
Group Two Kadiann Graham Gabe Hast Jawonne
Worth Mark Moller
Group Five Barry Hilliard Kanapali
Blackwood Danyale Griffin Kimberly Jacques
Group Four Najeema Muhammed-Bey Roberto
Santeliz Keke Webber Dontrell Knighten
41
Friday, September 25th
  • Essential Question What happens when personal
    values conflict with societal values?
  • Same Groups as Yesterday
  • Reading and Discussing Responses
  • Choosing Best Story
  • Sharing with Class
  • Begin Reading Act II
  • Finish Act II for Tuesday with HOMEWORK

42
Tuesday, September 29th
  • Essential Question What happens when personal
    values conflict with societal values?
  • Same Groups
  • Turn in Quizzes
  • Group Assignment Dramatic Reading
  • Begin reading Act III

43
Dramatic Reading
Each group will be graded on the following
criteria Group Points -Lines are equally
distributed among the group members. This is a
group score. If you allow one person to read too
many lines and others to laze about, you will not
receive full credit. If characters need to be
split or people need to read more than one
character because they need more lines, we will
know who is speaking because she is holding that
characters symbol. (5 points)
44
Dramatic Reading
Each group will be graded on the following
criteria Group Points -Each character in the
scene has a corresponding symbol. I will NOT
accept symbols hastily drawn with pen or pencil.
The symbol must be something tangible that can be
held in your free hand without writing on it to
say what it isit is a symbol (5 Points).
45
Dramatic Reading
Individual Points -Lines are audible and
feeling is evident. You should be familiar
enough with your lines that you know ALL the
words you are reading. (5 Points) -Lines are not
read with eyes in the book, although you may use
the book. Must glance up from time to time to
receive full credit. (5 Points) -Stage
direction is considered, and actors do not simply
stand in place. Must move and gesture for full
credit (5 Points)
46
Dramatic Reading
The Crucible Act III Presentation
_________________________________________________
_____________________ Each group will be graded
on the following criteria Group Points -Lines
are equally distributed among the group members.
This is a group score. If you allow one person
to read too many lines and others to laze about,
you will not receive full credit. If characters
need to be split or people need to read more than
one character because they need more lines, we
will know who is speaking because she is holding
that characters symbol. (5 points) -Each
character in the scene has a corresponding
symbol. I will NOT accept symbols hastily drawn
with pen or pencil. The symbol must be something
tangible that can be held in your free hand
without writing on it to say what it isit is a
symbol (5 Points). Individual Points -Lines are
audible and feeling is evident. You should be
familiar enough with your lines that you know ALL
the words you are reading. (5 Points) -Lines are
not read with eyes in the book, although you may
use the book. Must glance up from time to time to
receive full credit. (5 Points) -Stage direction
is considered, and actors do not simply stand in
place. Must move and gesture for full credit (5
Points)
47
DOOR
Group One 79-87 Ashley Cox Corrine
Gescheidle Corie Brissette Vanilo
Beaudouin Linnea Levy
Group Three 94-101 Martrelle Davis Michael
Grassle Norberto Infante Ericka Gordon Eyram Woka
Group Two 87-94 Nicole Cruz Andrew Hampton Vitor
Bezerra Cory Taylor Erin Verkoulen
Group Five 109-end Samantha McCorkle Ramius
Crooks Anthony Butler Fan Jia-Hua Victoria
Miranda Alex Skerhut
Group Four 101-109 Linnea Levy Elsa
McNeilly Jabari McIntyre Brunelle Ferreri Darius
Major
48
DOOR
Group One 79-87 Jackson Gehringer Kerissa
Norman Lindsey Mims Jamie Napena
Group Three 94-101 Brianna Johnson Stephanie
Hoffman BreShey Westbrrok Juan Becerril
Group Two 87-94 Kadiann Graham Gabe Hast Jawonne
Worth Mark Moller
Group Five 109-end Barry Hilliard Kanapali
Blackwood Danyale Griffin Kimberly Jacques
Group Four 101-109 Najeema Muhammed-Bey Roberto
Santeliz Keke Webber Dontrell Knighten
49
Tuesday, September 29th
  • Essential Question What happens when personal
    values conflict with societal values?
  • Same Groups
  • Rehearse in Groups

50
Wednesday, September 30th
  • Essential Question What happens when personal
    values conflict with societal values?
  • Same Groups
  • Rehearse in Groups

51
October 14th, 2009Essential Question How do
we show that we believe in EVERYONES potential?
  • Retired ACT Tomorrow
  • Four Reading Passages
  • Practice Passage
  • Homework Work on Quarter Project

52
Retired ACT Tomorrow
  • Four Reading Passages
  • 10 Questions per Passage
  • 36 Minutes 9 minutes per passage
  • Four Sections
  • Prose Fiction
  • Social Science
  • Humanities
  • Natural Science

53
Sample Humanities Passage
  • Types of Questions
  • Right There
  • Inference
  • Main Idea
  • Vocabulary in Context
  • Work in Groups of Three
  • Answer Questions
  • Agree on Answers

54
ANSWERS
  • C (1-3)
  • G (98-99)
  • G (52-53)
  • H (30-33)
  • D 56-58)
  • G (41-44)
  • D (69-73)
  • G (75-77)
  • A (89-92)
  • J (16-19)

55
RESULTS
  • Questions are NOT in order
  • Questions require an understanding of the entire
    passage.
  • Passages should be read in their entirety FIRST,
    unless you have had previous success.
  • Annotation is recommended.
  • It is better to do 3 sections WELL than four
    sections quickly.
  • There is no penalty for guessing. If you do not
    know an answer, skip and come back. If time is
    running outguess!

56
SAVE PASSAGE AND NOTES!!KEEP A TEST PREP
FOLDER!!
57
October 18th, 2009
Essential Question What is an American?Michel-Gu
illaume Jean de CrevecoeurCore
VocabularyHomework Ben Franklin
58
What is an American?
Crevecoeur Us
59
For Tomorrow
Read Benjamin Franklin. Be Prepared for a Short
Quiz that Asks about His METHOD to Achieve Moral
Perfection. Choose One Virtue that YOU Would Like
to Work on for the Next FIVE Days.
60
October 20th, 2009Essential QuestionIs Moral
Perfection Possible?
Benjamin FranklinShort Quiz on His
Method. Franklins Virtues Essential Question
Discussion Posting to Discussion Board
61
QUIZ!!!!!!
  • How many virtues?
  • How many weeks for each virtue?

62
Temperance
Franklins Definition Eat not to dullness drink
not to elevation
63
Silence
Franklins Definition Speak not but what may
benefit others or yourself avoid trifling
conversation.
64
Order
Franklins Definition Let all your things have
their places let each part of your business have
its time.
65
Resolution
Franklins Definition Resolve to perform what
your ought perform without fail what you resolve
66
Frugality
Franklins Definition Make no expense but to do
good to others or yourself i.e., waste nothing
67
Industry
Franklins Definition Lose no time be always
employed in something useful cut off all
unnecessary actions
68
Sincerity
Franklins Definition Use no hurtful deceit
think innocently and justly, and, if you speak,
speak accordingly
69
Justice
Franklins Definition Wrong none by doing
injuries, or omitting the benefits that are your
duty.
70
Moderation
Franklins Definition Avoid extremes forbear
resenting injuries so much as you think they
deserve.
71
Cleanliness
Franklins Definition Tolerate no unclean-liness
in body, clothes, or habitation.
72
Tranquility
Franklins Definition Be not disturbed at
trifles, or at accidents common or unavoidable.
73
Chastity
Franklins Definition Rarely use venery but for
health or offspring, never to dullness, weakness,
or the injury of your own or anothers peace or
reputation.
74
Humility
Franklins Definition Imitate Jesus and Socrates
75
Essential QuestionIs Moral Perfection Possible?
  • Why or why not?
  • If notdoes that mean we shouldnt try to
    improve?
  • If so, how difficult would it be?
  • How long would it take?
  • Do Franklins virtues cover everything?

76
Homework On-Line Posting
  • Go to ETHS homepage
  • http//www.eths.k12.il.us
  • Go to my website
  • Sign in with your id in upper right hand corner
  • Eths\yourid Network password
  • Click on Discussion American Studies
  • Reply to my post.

77
October 21st, 2009Essential QuestionIs Moral
Perfection Possible?
Benjamin Franklin/Enlightenment Franklins
Virtues Essential Question Discussion Posting to
Discussion Board Part Two!
78
THE VIRTUES!
  • Missing Virtues.
  • Temperance
  • Silence
  • Order
  • Resolution
  • Frugality
  • Industry
  • Sincerity
  • Justice
  • Moderation
  • Cleanliness
  • Tranquility
  • Chastity
  • Humility

79
Essential QuestionIs Moral Perfection Possible?
  • Why or why not?
  • If notdoes that mean we shouldnt try to
    improve?
  • If so, how difficult would it be?
  • How long would it take?
  • Do Franklins virtues cover everything?

80
Homework On-Line Posting
  • Go to ETHS homepage
  • http//www.eths.k12.il.us
  • Go to my website
  • Sign in with your id in upper right hand corner
  • Eths\yourid Network password
  • Click on Discussion American Studies
  • Reply to my posts! New Thread! List three
    specific things you can do to improve yourself.
    Due 1159 p.m., Thursday!

81
October 22nd, 2009Essential QuestionIs Moral
Perfection Possible?
Benjamin Franklins Aphorisms Franklin/Way to
Wealth Posting to Discussion Board Part Three!
82
APHORISM
  • a terse (short, blunt) saying embodying a general
    truth, or astute (smart and profound)
    observation, as Power tends to corrupt, and
    absolute power corrupts absolutely (Lord Acton).
    (www.Dictionary.com)

83
Way to Wealth
  • Choose a Franklin Virtue
  • Working in Groups of Four
  • Find One Aphorism in Way to Wealth that Apply
    to Each of Four Virtues. The aphorisms are
    italicized.
  • Have an explanation for each.
  • Discuss and Record on the Tablet your Aphorisms.

84
Aphorisms
  • Order

85
Aphorisms
  • Industry

86
Aphorisms
  • Resolution

87
Aphorisms
  • Frugality

88
October 23rd, 2009Essential QuestionWill
Following the Moral Virtues and the Aphorisms
Guarantee Success?
89
If I want to be successful, I must work
hard. Strongly Disagree
Neutral Strongly Agree 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
90
Anyone can be successful. All it takes is hard
work. Strongly Disagree
Neutral Strongly Agree 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
91
If I do not like my life, I can change
it. Strongly Disagree Neutral
Strongly Agree 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
92
It is easy for United States citizens to move
upward in class, if they have the ambition to do
so.. Strongly Disagree Neutral
Strongly Agree 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
93
My success is completely within my
control Strongly Disagree
Neutral Strongly Agree 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
94
If I want to be successful, I must work
hard. Anyone can be successful. All it takes is
hard work. If I do not like my life, I can change
it. It is easy for United States citizens to move
upward in class, if they have the ambition to do
so.. My success is completely within my
control Strongly Disagree
Neutral Strongly Agree 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
95
Success Beliefs OVERALL AVERAGE! Strongly
Disagree Neutral Strongly
Agree 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
96
This is the United States! Why isnt this a
solid 9/10? What are some other factors?
97
Post for Monday, by 1159 p.m. Keep track of your
weekend improvement. What successes or failures
did you have over the weekend? Work on your
Quarter Project!!!!
98
October 26th, 2009Essential QuestionHow can
you make an effective argument?
Review Ben Franklin/Virtues Essential
Question The Crisis Thomas Paine/Group
Work ETHOS/PATHOS/LOGOS
99
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100
The Rhetorical Triangle
Ethos/Speaker(Author)
THE MESSAGE
Pathos/Audience
Logos/Word
101
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102
The average teenager needs around 9.5 hours of
sleep per night or her productivity at school
will decrease by 50.
  • ETHOS
  • PATHOS
  • LOGOS

103
According to the American Sleep Disorders
Association, the average teenager needs around
9.5 hours of sleep per night.
  • ETHOS
  • PATHOS
  • LOGOS

104
According to the American Sleep Disorders
Association, the average teenager needs around
9.5 hours of sleep per night this means if she
doesnt get sleep, she will fall behind and
struggle to keep up, leading lifelong struggles.
  • ETHOS
  • PATHOS
  • LOGOS

105
The Rhetorical Triangle
106
October 27th, 2009Essential QuestionHow can
you make an effective argument?
Essential Question The Crisis Thomas
Paine/Group Work Give Me Liberty or Give Me
Death Patrick Henry Give Me _______ or Give me
Death!
107
Thomas Paine
108
Patrick Henry
109
You
Ethos 3 examples
Why should you support me and my cause?
Give me __________ or give me death.
Logos 3 examples
Pathos 3 examples
110
Michael Blades
111
October 28th, 2009Essential QuestionHow can
you make an effective argument?
Essential Question Review Quiz Give Me _______
or Give me Death!
112
Mr. Blades has worn a tie today to increase his
credibility and trustworthiness. This is an
example ofE. EthosF. Pathos G. Logos
113
You should eat healthy foods because a diet rich
in fiber decreases you chances of heart disease
by 20.D. EthosE. Pathos F. Logos
114
Reading independently for 30 minutes each night
increases your working vocabulary 20 over one
years time.D. EthosE. Pathos F. Logos
115
You should polish Fridays presentation because
an unprepared student delivered a poorly planned
skit and was humiliated in front of two
classes.D. EthosE. Pathos F. Logos
116
According to my boss, the Department Chairperson
for one of the largest English departments in
Illinois, English is the most important subject
in school.C. EthosD. Pathos E. Logos
117
If you dont eat your spinach, you will be beaten
up on the playground. S. EthosT. Pathos U.
Logos
118
Studies done by the Clown College of Chicago say
humor increases the effectiveness of the immune
system by 15. Did you hear about the man who
lost his left side? He's all right now. I.
EthosV. Pathos E. Logos
119
The Rhetorical Triangle
An _____________ Argument
120
You
Ethos 3 examples
Why should you support me and my cause?
Give me __________ or give me death.
Logos 3 examples
Pathos 3 examples
121
October 29th, 2009Essential QuestionHow can
you make an effective argument?
Essential Question Declaration of
Independence Slave Petition for Freedom
122
hen in the Course of human events it becomes
necessary for one people to dissolve the
political bands which have connected them with
another and to assume among the powers of the
earth, the separate and equal station to which
the Laws of Nature and of Nature's God entitle
them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind
requires that they should declare the causes
which impel them to the separation. We hold
these truths to be self-evident, that all men are
created equal, that they are endowed by their
Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that
among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of
Happiness. That to secure these rights,
Governments are instituted among Men, deriving
their just powers from the consent of the
governed, That whenever any Form of Government
becomes destructive of these ends, it is the
Right of the People to alter or to abolish it,
and to institute new Government, laying its
foundation on such principles and organizing its
powers in such form, as to them shall seem most
likely to effect their Safety and Happiness.
The Declaration of Independence, 1776
123
ALL men are created equal. For colonists,
manlandowning, white man. Fair? We know the
answer to that one. Just? We know the answer to
that one. Did anyone argue for slaves? Or for
women?
124
Slave Petition for Freedom
Ethos
Logos
Pathos
125
November 2nd, 2009Essential QuestionCan
poetry be an argument?
Essential Question Review Slave Petition for
Freedom Another Ethos Phillis Wheatley
126
Slave Petition for Freedom
Ethos
Logos
Pathos
127
On Being Brought from Africa to
America Twas mercy brought me from my pagan
land, Taught my benighted soul to
understand That theres a god, that theres a
Savior too Once I redemption neither sought
nor knew. Some view our sable race with
scornful eye. Their color is a diabolic
dye. Remember, Christians, Negroes, black as
Cain, May be refined, and join the angelic
train. Phillis Wheatley, 1773 Phillis
Wheatley was the first published African-American
poet AND the first published woman poet in
America..AMAZING!!!!!! READ HER BIOGRAPHY
128
On Being Brought..
Ethos
Logos
Pathos
129
HOMEWORK!!!Read the next Wheatley poem,To His
Excellency General WashingtonAnswer the
Questions!!!
130
November 3rd, 2009Essential QuestionWhat is
tone and how does it affect the message of a poem?
Democracy is Coming to the USA by Leonard
Cohen Tone and Tone Words. Phillis Wheatley
Reprise
131
Leonard Cohen, Democracy Is Coming to the
USAWrite down words that stand out or words
that come to mind as you listen to the poem.
132
Tone The authors attitude/feelings about their
subject matter.Re-Read On Being Brought from
Africa to AmericaWhat words stand out? How
would you describe the tone of these words?
133
HOMEWORK!!!Read the next Wheatley poem,To His
Excellency General WashingtonAnswer the
Questions!!!
134
November 3rd, 2009Essential QuestionWhat is
tone and how does it affect the message of a poem?
Phillis Wheatleys Tone in His Excellency
General Washington James Russell Lowell Stanzas
on Freedom
135
Phillis Wheatley His Excellency General
WashingtonWords that stood out in Wheatleys
Poem.From these words, what is Wheatleys
tone?
136
Stanzas on Freedom" By James Russell Lowell1852
137
Men! whose boast it is that ye Come of fathers
brave and free,
138
If there breathe on earth a slave, Are ye truly
free and brave?
139
If ye do not feel the chain, When it works a
brothers pain,
140
Are ye not base slaves indeed, Slaves unworthy
to be freed?
141
Women! who shall one day bear, Sons to breathe
New England air,
142
If ye hear, without a blush, Deeds to make the
roused blood rush
143
Like red lava through your veins, For your
sisters now in chains
144
Answer! are ye fit to be Mothers of the brave
and free?
145
Is true Freedom but to break Fetters for our
own dear sake,
146
And, with leathern hearts, forget That we owe
mankind a debt?
147
No! true Freedom is to share All the chains
our brothers wear,
148
And, with heart and hand, to be Earnest to make
others free!
149
They are slaves who fear to speak For the
fallen and the weak
150
They are slaves who will not choose Hatred,
scoffing, and abuse,
151
Rather than in silence shrink From the truth
they needs must think
152
They are slaves who dare not be In the right
with two or three.
153
Stanzas on Freedom" By James Russell Lowell
154
No! true
Freedom is to share All the chains our brothers
wear,Rhyming Couplet!Meter/Rhythm
155
HOMEWORK!!!Post your original rhyming
couplet.For Friday Read Aint I a Woman and
complete a rhetorical triangle.
156
Sojourner Truth Aint I a Woman?
Ethos
Logos
Pathos
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