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Notetaking plagiarism

  1. 1. TAKING NOTES ANDAVOIDING PLAGIARISM BOOKER T. WASHINGTON
  2. 2. SynopsisBooker T. Washington, born in 1856, was an Americaneducator, author, orator, and political leader. He was the dominant figurein the African American community in the United States from 1890 to1915. Representative of the last generation of black leaders born inslavery, he spoke on behalf of blacks living in the South.Profile(born April 5, 1856, Franklin County, Va., U.S.—died Nov.14, 1915, Tuskegee, Ala.) educator and reformer, first president andprincipal developer of Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute (nowTuskegee University), and the most influential spokesman for blackAmericans between 1895 and 1915.He was born in a slave hut but, after emancipation, moved with his familyto Malden, W.Va. Dire poverty ruled out regular schooling; at age nine hebegan working, first in a salt furnace and later in a coal mine. Determinedto get an education, he enrolled at the Hampton Normal and AgriculturalInstitute in Virginia (1872), working as a janitor to help pay expenses. Hegraduated in 1875 and returned to Malden, where for two years hetaught children in a day school and adults at night. Following studies atWayland Seminary, Washington, D.C. (1878–79), he joined the staff ofHampton.How do we use the information, but also use our own words????
  3. 3. NOTE-TAKING• Booker T. • Very important in African Washington, born in American community 1856, was an American 1890-1915 educator, author, orator, and political leader. He • Was born in slavery was the dominant figure in the African American community in the United States from 1890 to 1915. Representative of the last generation of black leaders born in slavery, he spoke on behalf of blacks living in the South.
  4. 4. NOTE-TAKING• (born April • Born Apr 5, 1856 in 5, 1856, Franklin Virginia County, Va., U.S.—died • Died Nov 14, 1915 Nov. • Lived 59 years 14, 1915, Tuskegee, Ala. ) educator and • Developed Tuskegee reformer, first president Institute and principal developer of Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute (now Tuskegee University), and the most influential spokesman for black Americans between 1895 and 1915.
  5. 5. NOTE-TAKING• He was born in a slave • Born to slaves hut, but after • Moved to Malden WV emancipation moved after freed with his family to • Extremely poor Malden, W.Va. Dire poverty ruled out regular • Worked at age 9---salt schooling; at age nine he mine, then coal mine began working, first in a • Worked as custodian to salt furnace and later in a pay for classes at coal mine. Determined to Hampton Institute get an education, he enrolled at the Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute in Virginia (1872), working as a janitor to help pay expenses.
  6. 6. NOTE-TAKING• He graduated in 1875 • Graduated 1875 and returned to • Worked as a teacher Malden, where for for children and two years he taught adults after he children in a day graduated(back in school and adults at Malden WV) night. Following • Returned to Hampton studies at Wayland Institute as a teacher Seminary, Washingto after a year of study n, D.C. (1878–79), he at Wayland Seminary joined the staff of Hampton.
  7. 7. WRITING• Very important in • It would have been African American hard to believe when community 1890- Booker T. Washington 1915 died in 1915, that just 59 years earlier, on• Was born in slavery April 15th, he had been born in a shack• Born Apr 5, 1856 in in Franklin, Virginia to Virginia parents who were• Died Nov 14, 1915 slaves. How could a• Lived 59 years man so important• Developed Tuskegee have started out as a Institute slave?
  8. 8. WRITING• Born to slaves • After the Civil War, a• Moved to Malden WV newly free Booker moved after freed to Malden, West Virginia• Extremely poor with his family. His family may have been free from• Worked at age 9---salt slavery, but they were not mine, then coal mine free from poverty. They• Worked as custodian to were so pay for classes at impoverished, that Hampton Institute Booker had to go to work in a salt mine at the age of nine. Later, Washington also worked as a coal miner and then a custodian to pay for his classes at Hampton Institute.
  9. 9. WRITING• Graduated 1875 • After graduating in• Worked as a teacher 1875, Washington for children and adults worked as a teacher in after he his hometown of graduated(back in Malden, West Virginia. Malden WV) In 1879, after studying• 1879 Returned to for a year at Wayland Hampton Institute as a Seminary, he returned teacher after a year of to Hampton Institute as study at Wayland a teacher. Booker was Seminary a long way from that slave shack in Virginia, but he still had far to go.
  10. 10. COMPARISON• Booker T. Washington, born in 1856, was an American • It would have been educator, author, orator, and political leader. He was the dominant figure in hard to believe when the African American community in the United States from 1890 to 1915. Booker T. Washington Representative of the last generation of black leaders born in slavery, he died in 1915, that just 59 spoke on behalf of blacks living in the South. (born April 5, 1856, Franklin years earlier, on April County, Va., U.S.—died Nov. 14, 1915, Tuskegee, Ala.) educator 5th, he had been born and reformer, first president and principal developer of Tuskegee in a shack in Normal and Industrial Institute (now Tuskegee University), and the most Franklin, Virginia to influential spokesman for black Americans between 1895 and 1915. parents who were slaves. How could a man so important have started out as a slave?
  11. 11. COMPARISON• He was born in a slave • After the Civil War, a hut but, after newly free Booker moved emancipation, moved to Malden, West Virginia with his family to with his family. His family Malden, W.Va. Dire may have been free from poverty ruled out regular slavery, but they were not schooling; at age nine he free from poverty. They began working, first in a were so salt furnace and later in a impoverished, that coal mine. Determined to Booker had to go to work get an education, he in a salt mine at the age enrolled at the Hampton of nine. Normal and Agricultural Later, Washington also Institute in Virginia worked as a coal miner (1872), working as a and then a custodian to janitor to help pay pay for his classes at expenses. Hampton Institute.
  12. 12. COMPARISON• He graduated in 1875 • After graduating in and returned to 1875, Washington Malden, where for two worked as a teacher in years he taught his hometown of children in a day Malden, West Virginia. school and adults at In 1879, after studying night. Following studies for a year at Wayland at Wayland Seminary, he returned Seminary, Washington, to Hampton Institute as D.C. (1878–79), he a teacher. Booker was joined the staff of a long way from that Hampton. slave shack in Virginia, but he still had far to go.

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