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  • 1. Paraphrase/Summarize
  • 2. Paraphrase
    • In your own words
    • New Sentence Structure
  • 3. Nuremberg Laws
    • You have been asked to find out about the Nuremberg Laws.
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  • 6. Nuremberg Laws, two constitutional laws issued on September 15, 1935, that became the basis for the further legal exclusion of Jews from German life and the ensuing anti-Jewish policy. The Nuremberg Laws were proclaimed at a special session of the Reichstag summoned to Nuremberg during the annual Nazi party rally in that city.
  • 7. Nuremberg Laws, two constitutional laws issued on September 15, 1935, that became the basis for the further legal exclusion of Jews from German life and the ensuing anti-Jewish policy . The Nuremberg Laws were proclaimed at a special session of the Reichstag summoned to Nuremberg during the annual Nazi party rally in that city.
  • 8. Let’s paraphrase. Which two examples are correct?
  • 9. Nuremberg Laws, two constitutional laws issued on September 15, 1935, that became the basis for the further legal exclusion of Jews from German life and the ensuing anti-Jewish policy . The Nuremberg Laws were proclaimed at a special session of the Reichstag summoned to Nuremberg during the annual Nazi party rally in that city. Nuremberg Laws were issued on September 15, 1935 for the legal exclusion of Jews from German Life and the anti-Jewish policy .
  • 10. Nuremberg Laws, two constitutional laws issued on September 15, 1935, that became the basis for the further legal exclusion of Jews from German life and the ensuing anti-Jewish policy . The Nuremberg Laws were proclaimed at a special session of the Reichstag summoned to Nuremberg during the annual Nazi party rally in that city. In 1935, the Nuremberg Laws stated that the Jews could not be a part of German life.
  • 11. Which is correctly paraphrased?
  • 12. Nuremberg Laws, two constitutional laws issued on September 15, 1935, that became the basis for the further legal exclusion of Jews from German life and the ensuing anti-Jewish policy . The Nuremberg Laws were proclaimed at a special session of the Reichstag summoned to Nuremberg during the annual Nazi party rally in that city. In 1935, the Nuremberg Laws stated that the Jews could not be a part of German life. New Sentence Structure Own words
  • 13. Nuremberg Laws, two constitutional laws issued on September 15, 1935, that became the basis for the further legal exclusion of Jews from German life and the ensuing anti-Jewish policy . The Nuremberg Laws were proclaimed at a special session of the Reichstag summoned to Nuremberg during the annual Nazi party rally in that city. Nuremberg Laws were issued on September 15, 1935 for the legal exclusion of Jews from German Life and the anti-Jewish policy . Word for word from the original only dropping one word Incorrect
  • 14. You try...
  • 15. Nuremberg Laws (1935) Gov't / Court Document A pair of laws endorsed by the Nazi Party at its annual rallies in Nuremberg, Germany in 1933 and 1935. The Nuremberg Laws placed severe restrictions on German Jews in an attempt to identify and separate them from what the Nazis saw as the racially pure Aryan German race. These laws were just the first of increasingly harsh measures taken to force the Jews out of Germany, which ultimately ended in the Nazi program to exterminate the Jewish race known as the Holocaust during World War II. The Nuremberg Laws were also the first steps toward weeding out from German society any people the Nazis found undesirable, particularly those suffering from physical or mental disabilities.
  • 16. Remember
    • If you don’t know a word, go to dictionary.com.
    • Put the source away and write the meaning.