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  • 22sep10

    1. 1. 22 Sep 10 American Dream Narratives
    2. 2. 22 Sep Agenda ★ CLT - Response Question ★ American Dream Narrative Group Work ★ Exit Ticket ★ Closure
    3. 3. Uncle Sam ★A caricature representing the US government dressed in Red, White & Blue with a top hat & goatee. ★Nobody ever likes giving Uncle Sam their hard-earned money. Response Question: How do people use symbols & caricatures like Uncle Sam to describe the country? How would they picture him differently to show good times & bad times? 3
    4. 4. Group Presentations • Students will take notes on each of the presentations using Cornell Notes. They can do this on loose-leaf in their notebooks or using the blank Cornell notes on the tables. They will take notes in the right column of the Cornell Notes. • Presenters will not identify which of the American Dream narratives they are presenting. Students taking notes will write their guesses in the left column of the Cornell Notes. • After each presentation, students will guess which narrative has been presented. Students will be called on to make their guess.
    5. 5. Exit Ticket/Homework ✤Exit Ticket: Cornell Notes on Presentations ✤Homework: HO2.1 OOOOOORRAAAAAHHH
    6. 6. Closure
    7. 7. City on the Hill / A belief in America as a shining example of good to the world. / President Reagan said that America should be a shining City on the Hill. Response Question: How does America act as an example of “good” to the world?

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