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~Slide show201213

  1. 1. Insight: By Taija Roseborough
  2. 2. His Personality:Beginning, Middle, and End.  B: He was very selfish, and basically only thought about himself. He only talked about how much he wanted his mother to hand him over the money so he can get his hands on a liquor license.  M: When he realized what he was doing was wrong, he still showed complete and utter greed and decided to continue to try to get a license behind his whole family’s back.  E: His mother had to help him see in wrongdoing, but when he saw it, he started thinking of his family more and encouraged the moving.
  3. 3. Walter’s Character Traits…  had to change. When  Walter realized he was in the wrong he had to  turn to his mother. His  mother had to show him  right from wrong even  though he’s a grown  man. It takes a lot of  pride to be able to do  what he’s done with his  life. He was able to take  what he has learned in his passed life and turn itWalter Lee has had a lot of into something better forcharacter traits in this movie/play. himself. I learned from- He showed plenty of greed, but at him that it’s okay to bethe same time he showed integrity content with what youand thoughtfulness in the end of have. Living with a familythe film. A lot of people may have a like his, you should bedifferent opinion on this however. grateful forHe started out not caring about everything, every day.anybody but himself but that soon
  4. 4. “You don’t understand mama, you don’t understand what I want.” – Walter Lee Looks like the type Walter Lee. of person you would not want to tamper with. He can be very sweet at times but he can also look like a mad man when he’s been drinking. He falls over a lot, He also is very verbally abusive to his family, especially his sister. When he does these things, you could only blame the drinking; however, sometimes drinking brings out the truth in others. They say “drunk words” are “true His mother tries to see him through.. words” For the most part that’s Clear example of “Greed” pretty true.
  5. 5.  This play is important for us today for one major reason. The main reason is because we need to understand what we have in life, because at some point it could be gone. See, Walter had a choice; he had a choice as the head of the family to do what he wanted with the money, or he could do what the whole family wants and give his family a better life by moving into the new house. We can all learn from that. We can follow the example by not ever having to make a choice like that, but to do the right thing the first time. That’s what I’ve taken from watching this whole play.
  6. 6. By: Braulio Vargas
  7. 7. Abraham Lincoln Robert E. Lee Ulysses S. Grant Jefferson Davis
  8. 8. He Was The President Of The NorthDuring The Civil War And He SuccessfullyLed His Country Through Its GreatestConstitutional, Military And Moral Crisis –The American Civil War.
  9. 9. Robert E. Lee Was A Career MilitaryOfficer Who Is Best Known For HavingCommanded The Confederate Army OfNorthern Virginia In The American CivilWar.
  10. 10. Jefferson Fine Davis was an Americanstatesman and leader of the Confederacyduring the American Civil War, serving asPresident of the Confederate States ofAmerica for its entire history, from 1861 to1865.
  11. 11. Ulysses S. Grant was the 18th President ofthe United States following his highlysuccessful role as a war general in thesecond half of the Civil War.
  12. 12. Dr. Richard Jordan GatlingDr. Richard Jordan Gatling The Gatling gun was a multi-barreled, .58 caliber rapid-fire repeating gun that was capable of firing 600 rounds per minute that was created by Dr. Richard Jordan Gatling.
  13. 13. 3-Inch Ordnance RifleM1857 12-Pounder "Napoleon" 20-Pounder Parrott Rifle
  14. 14. Wikipedia.com Google.com
  15. 15. The History of The Civil War. (1861-1865) By: Hayley Rosen English III Quarter 2
  16. 16. Facts about The Civil War The Battle of Gettysburg was the largest and deadliest single battle of the American Civil War to 1861-1865. Severe tensions happened between the North and the South of the U.S. issues including states’ rights vs. federal authority. As well as westward expansion and slavery.
  17. 17. During the war over the years. It all started in January 1861, Abraham Lincoln was elected president, the South Carolina legislature perceived a threat. The delegates voted to remove the state of South Carolina from the union.
  18. 18. How many soldiers fought in the Civil War? At the beginning of the war the Northern states had a combined population of 22 million people. The Southern states had a combined population of about 9 million. This disparity was reflected in the size of the armies in the field. The Union forces outnumbered the Confederates roughly two to one.
  19. 19. Slavery issues The strategy of the anti- slavery forces was to stop the expansion and thus put slavery on a path to gradual extinction. Slavery was gradually phased out of existence in the North and was fading in the border states and urban areas. Expanded in highly profitable cotton states of the Deep South.
  20. 20. Uniforms  The uniforms of the Civil War helped distinguish between the Union soldiers of the North, and the Confederate soldiers from the south.  Early in the war, uniforms were provided by states, towns and wealthy individuals.  This resulted in a confusing variety of styles and colors on both sides. Over time, blue became the official color for the North and gray for the Confederate uniforms.
  21. 21. Resources. http://www.history.com/topics/american-civil-war http://www.us-Civilwar.com http://www.gettysburg.stonesentinels.com/Individuals/Buf ord.php http://www.sonofthesouth.net/leefoundation/civil- war/1863/august/battle-gettysburg.htm http://www.civilwar.org/education/history/faq/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Civil_War#Slavery http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/cwphtml/tl1862.html http://www.kidport.com/reflib/usahistory/civilwar/uniforms .htm

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