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Entry Task – time strips?!?
• Read your strips

• Think about what you already know
(Lyddie and Chavez’s speech)
• ...
Lyddie
Agents of Change
YEAR
1835
1864
1866
1935
1938
1966
1970

TIMESTRIP
Lyddie
Agents of Change
YEAR
1835
1864
1866
1935
1938
1966
1970

TIMESTRIP

The workday is limited to 10 hours.
Lyddie
Agents of Change
YEAR

TIMESTRIP

1835

The workday is limited to 10 hours.

1864

Slavery is abolished.

1866
1935...
Lyddie
Agents of Change
YEAR

TIMESTRIP

1835

The workday is limited to 10 hours.

1864

Slavery is abolished.

1866

The...
Lyddie
Agents of Change
YEAR

TIMESTRIP

1835

The workday is limited to 10 hours.

1864

Slavery is abolished.

1866

The...
Lyddie
Agents of Change
YEAR

TIMESTRIP

1835

The workday is limited to 10 hours.

1864

Slavery is abolished.

1866

The...
Lyddie
Agents of Change
YEAR

TIMESTRIP

1835

The workday is limited to 10 hours.

1864

Slavery is abolished.

1866

The...
Lyddie
Agents of Change
YEAR

TIMESTRIP
Lyddie took
place here

1835

The workday is limited to 10 hours.

1864

Slavery i...
Lyddie
Agents of Change

Laws– changes since 1800s
• What important laws did the government pass
that affected workers AFT...
Lyddie
Learning Objectives

I can analyze the structure of Chávez’s
speech and explain how each section
contributes to his...
Lyddie
Agents of Change
Text-Dependent Questions

• AT THE WARP THREADS partners
• Re-read paragraphs # 16-21

• Answer qu...
Lyddie
Agents of Change
Commonwealth Club Address
•

Right side= “HOW he’s saying it”
•

Par. 16: “Two major trends give u...
Lyddie
Agents of Change
Commonwealth Club Address
•

Right side= “HOW he’s saying it”
•

Par. 16-21: ONE trend

•

Work wi...
Lyddie
Agents of Change
Commonwealth Club Address
•

Right side= “HOW he’s saying it”
•

Par. 18: Government is making con...
Lyddie
Agents of Change
Commonwealth Club Address
•

Anchor Chart!
Par. 18 add:
•
•

Government can pass laws that set wor...
Lyddie
Homework
When finish the test & Homework!
• Correct you TEST – star your new answers
• Text-dependent questions for...
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Lyddie: Unit2 lesson6

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  1. 1. DO NOW Entry Task – time strips?!? • Read your strips • Think about what you already know (Lyddie and Chavez’s speech) • Try to put these in chronological order (time order)
  2. 2. Lyddie Agents of Change YEAR 1835 1864 1866 1935 1938 1966 1970 TIMESTRIP
  3. 3. Lyddie Agents of Change YEAR 1835 1864 1866 1935 1938 1966 1970 TIMESTRIP The workday is limited to 10 hours.
  4. 4. Lyddie Agents of Change YEAR TIMESTRIP 1835 The workday is limited to 10 hours. 1864 Slavery is abolished. 1866 1935 1938 1966 1970
  5. 5. Lyddie Agents of Change YEAR TIMESTRIP 1835 The workday is limited to 10 hours. 1864 Slavery is abolished. 1866 The National Labor Union, the first national labor organization, is founded. 1935 1938 1966 1970
  6. 6. Lyddie Agents of Change YEAR TIMESTRIP 1835 The workday is limited to 10 hours. 1864 Slavery is abolished. 1866 The National Labor Union, the first national labor organization, is founded. 1935 The Wagner Act is passed, guaranteeing workers the right to form unions, negotiate contracts as a group, and go on strike. 1938 1966 1970
  7. 7. Lyddie Agents of Change YEAR TIMESTRIP 1835 The workday is limited to 10 hours. 1864 Slavery is abolished. 1866 The National Labor Union, the first national labor organization, is founded. 1935 The Wagner Act is passed, guaranteeing workers the right to form unions, negotiate contracts as a group, and go on strike. 1938 The Fair Labor Standards Act establishes a 40-hour workweek and a federal minimum wage. 1966 1970
  8. 8. Lyddie Agents of Change YEAR TIMESTRIP 1835 The workday is limited to 10 hours. 1864 Slavery is abolished. 1866 The National Labor Union, the first national labor organization, is founded. 1935 The Wagner Act is passed, guaranteeing workers the right to form unions, negotiate contracts as a group, and go on strike. 1938 The Fair Labor Standards Act establishes a 40-hour workweek and a federal minimum wage. 1966 United Farm Workers (UFW) is formed. 1970
  9. 9. Lyddie Agents of Change YEAR TIMESTRIP Lyddie took place here 1835 The workday is limited to 10 hours. 1864 Slavery is abolished. 1866 The National Labor Union, the first national labor organization, is founded. 1935 The Wagner Act is passed, guaranteeing workers the right to form unions, negotiate contracts as a group, and go on strike. 1938 The Fair Labor Standards Act establishes a 40-hour workweek and a federal minimum wage. 1966 United Farm Workers (UFW) is formed. 1970 The Occupational Health and Safety Act (OSHA), designed to make sure workers have safe working conditions, is passed.
  10. 10. Lyddie Agents of Change Laws– changes since 1800s • What important laws did the government pass that affected workers AFTER Lyddie but BEFORE Chávez? • What law(s) were passed SINCE Chávez started the UFW?
  11. 11. Lyddie Learning Objectives I can analyze the structure of Chávez’s speech and explain how each section contributes to his central claim. I can find examples in the story of the UFW of how the government and workers can affect working conditions.
  12. 12. Lyddie Agents of Change Text-Dependent Questions • AT THE WARP THREADS partners • Re-read paragraphs # 16-21 • Answer questions as you go • Raise your hands for help!
  13. 13. Lyddie Agents of Change Commonwealth Club Address • Right side= “HOW he’s saying it” • Par. 16: “Two major trends give us hope and encouragement.” • What does this tell you about how the rest of the speech might be organized?
  14. 14. Lyddie Agents of Change Commonwealth Club Address • Right side= “HOW he’s saying it” • Par. 16-21: ONE trend • Work with partner to figure out which trend these paragraphs are dealing with…write in the margin next to # 16
  15. 15. Lyddie Agents of Change Commonwealth Club Address • Right side= “HOW he’s saying it” • Par. 18: Government is making conditions worse?! • What government action made it worse? • What should it do to improve conditions?
  16. 16. Lyddie Agents of Change Commonwealth Club Address • Anchor Chart! Par. 18 add: • • Government can pass laws that set working hours, minimum wages, make conditions safe & protect the right to unionize. Consumers can boycott companies that don’t treat workers fairly.
  17. 17. Lyddie Homework When finish the test & Homework! • Correct you TEST – star your new answers • Text-dependent questions for pg. 23-26
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