Pg 2 for 7th 

 

Final PowerPoint

 

Now your group and another group will make a final product by

1. combining your PPT and

2. adding design, animations, and transitions

 

 

Groups 1 and 2 -Siah, Morgan, Roman, Clara, Ella, Emma, Phillip
 
 
slide 1- title (Chapter 10 Basic Ideas) and your names- be sure to add group 2's names!!

slide 2- 4-5 sentence summary

slide 3- List the main topics and events 
slide 4- copy the following text onto your slide and give an example of imagery

“I shall cherish [the glove] as a precious memento of the second inauguration of the man who has done so much for my race. He has been a Jehovah to my people—has lifted them out of bondage, and directed their footsteps from darkness to light.”

slide 5-explain Keckley’s attitude towards Mr Lincoln and state some words that help emphasize the tone
slide 6- copy the following text onto your slide and give an example of imagery
“The morning was dark and gloomy; clouds hung in the sky, as if portending some great disaster. But when the president stepped forward to receive the oath of office, the clouds parted, and a ray of sunshine streamed from the heavens to fall up and gild his face. It was also said that a brilliant star was seen at noon- day. It was the noon-day of life with Mr. Lincoln, and the star, as viewed in the light of subsequent events, was emblematic of a summons from on high.”
 
slide 7- explain what the author means when she says the star "was emblematic of a summons from on high"
slide 8- explain what Keckley’s tone towards Mr. Lincoln is and include words that help emphasize the tone
 
slide 9- copy the following text onto your slide 

15            Many colored people were in Washington, and large numbers had desired to attend the reception, but orders were issued not to admit them. A gentleman, a member of Congress, on his way to the White House, recognized Mr. Frederick Douglass, the eloquent colored orator, on the outskirts of the crowd.

16            "How do you do, Mr. Douglass? A fearful jam tonight. You are going in, of course?"

17            "No—that is, no to your last question."

18            "Not going in to shake the President by the hand! Why, pray?"

19            "The best reason in the world. Strict orders have been issued not to admit people of color."

20            "It is a shame, Mr. Douglass, that you should thus be placed under ban. Never mind; wait here, and I will see what can be done."

 

slide 10- explain which details/ events that Keckley includes that she witnesses personally
slide 11- explain which details/events Keckley includes that she hears from others 
slide 12- explain Keckely's purpose for including the description of Douglass' attendance at the inauguration ball
slide 13 - explain whether Keckley’s account of the interaction between Mr.Lincoln and Mr. Douglass is reliable or not 
 
check your spelling and grammar,

add slide designs, transitions, ect...

save your new PPT into the Sawyer 2017-2018 folder under a new name

 

 

 

 

Groups 3 and 4- Isabella, Lamiyah, Hunter, Luke, Breanna, Haydon, Ethan, Court

 

Slide 1- title slide (“Notable Visitors”), your names –be sure to add group 4’s names

Slide 2- 4-5 sentence summary

Slide 3- list 10 unfamiliar words/ phrases. Write 2 sentences from the texts with each having one unfamiliar word/ phrase

Slide 3- Write the same sentences with the unfamiliar word/ phrases defined

Slide 4- explain that “Notable Visitors” refers to the Proclamation.   Write the Proclamation in your own words

Slide 5 – answer to question 1

Slide 6- answer to question 2

Slide 7-answer to question 3

Slide 8- answer to question 4

Slide 9-answer to question 5

check your spelling and grammar, add slide designs, transtions, ect...

save your new PPT into the Sawyer 2017-2018 folder under a new name

 

 

 

 

Group 5- and 6- Leyanna, Wyatt, Tyler, Kacie, Addie, Braydon, Raven

 

Slide 1- Title slide (Comparisons/ contrasts of ch 10 and “Notable Visitors” ) be sure to add group 6’s names

Slide 2- summarize ch 10 in 3-4 sentences and summarize “Notable Visitors”

Slide 3- list 3-4 comparisons of the texts and include textual evidence

Slide 4- list 3-4 contrasts of the texts and include textual evidence

Slide 5- Explain each writer’s purpose for writing his or her work

Slide 6- Explain how the word choices of each writer helps serve his or her purpose

Slide 7-Explain how either Keckley or Douglass’ influence help the reader’s understanding of events

Slide 8- Explain the objective of either Keckley or Douglass for conveying the events in the way he or she does

check your spelling and grammar, add slide designs, transtions, ect...

save your new PPT into the Sawyer 2017-2018 folder under a new name