Transcript: When considering who you should vote for, think about someone who has impacted modern US and forever changed the meaning of equality. "There shall never be another season of silence until women have the same rights as men on this green earth." -Susan B. Anthony Susan B. Anthony was a prominent leader and promoter of equal rights and voting. She founded or helped found: -American Anti-Slavery Society -National American Woman's Suffrage Association -International Council on Women -International Woman's Suffrage Council -American Equal Rights Association -National Women's Loyal League "Women must not depend upon the protection of men, but must be taught to protect herself." -Susan B. Anthony She advocated for: -equal pay for equal work -equal work day -voting for men and women -coeducation -equal opportunity and treatment for boys and girls Anthony supported and petitioned for the Thirteenth Amendment, which outlawed slavery. Her actions led to the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment, which allowed women the right to vote. "There shall never be complete equality until women themselves help make the laws and elect the lawmakers. -Susan B. Anthony The person who should be inducted into the hall of fame is... -woman's rights advocate -anti-slavery -advocate of children and, -someone who shaped society for the better That person is.... ......Susan B. Anthony -Susan B. Anthony Works Cited Susan B. Anthony 1820-1906 "Failure is Impossible." Hall of Fame 2012
Transcript: Be a champion, be a champion, be a champion, be a champion On the walls of the hall of fame Standing in the hall of fame (yeah) And the world's gonna know your name (yeah) 'Cause you burn with the brightest flame (yeah) And the world's gonna know your name (yeah) And you'll be on the walls of the hall of fame (Be a champion) You could be the greatest (Be a champion) You can be the best (Be a champion) You can be the King Kong banging on your chest (Be a champion) You could beat the world (Be a champion) You could beat the war (Be a champion) You could talk to God, go banging on his door (Be a champion) You can throw your hands up (Be a champion) You can beat the clock (yeah) (Be a champion) You can move a mountain (Be a champion) You can break rocks (Be a champion) You can be a master (Be a champion) Don't wait for luck (Be a champion) Dedicate yourself and you gonna find yourself (Be a champion) ANGELINE,SHINO,TABITHA,MARY ANNE Yeah, you can be the greatest You can be the best You can be the King Kong banging on your chest You can beat the world You can beat the war You can talk to God, go banging on his door You can throw your hands up You can beat the clock (yeah) You can move a mountain You can break rocks You can be a master Don't wait for luck Dedicate yourself and you gon' find yourself Be students Be teachers Be politicians Be preachers Be believers Be leaders Be astronauts Be champions Be truth seekers Hall Of Fame Be students Be teachers Be politicians Be preachers Be believers Be leaders Be astronauts Be champions STANDING IN THE HALL OF FAME Standing in the hall of fame (yeah, yeah, yeah) And the world's gonna know your name (yeah, yeah, yeah) 'Cause you burn with the brightest flame (yeah, yeah, yeah) And the world's gonna know your name (yeah, yeah, yeah) And you'll be on the walls of the hall of fame
Transcript: This song is social because it is saying that if you want to be something then just keep on trying. bullies got to do with this song too because when the guy went to go training the bullies were waiting for him but after he kept on training and won the boxing championship. with the girl when she went to training the other girls teased her because they were "better then her" but then she kept on training and she was in a play. thank you for watching topic Hall of fame by the script! At first the song starts off slow but when it goes to the chores it speeds up and at the end it goes back to slow watch this Instruments In this song there are rhymes such as "you can be the best" "you can be the king Kong banning on your chest" Pitch onomatopoeia the parts when it goes intense is when the chores starts playing and calms down when its finished this happens for each chores happens structure verse 2 chores vines 1 more clip next slide the only onomatopoeia there is in this song is- You can be king Kong banging on your chest. You could talk to God, go banging on his door the instruments in this song are the piano, guitar, drums and bass in conclusion this song says, If you try your hardest you will be able to be a champion also when people bully you just keep on trying no matter what. next slide has music Is it social, cultural or historical rhyme vocal style He changes his pitch when they are giving out the message of the song The social comment of this song, is if you do a sport never give up because you can be a champion at what you do, you can do anything if just keep on trying. If people pick on you or think their better then you just ignore them and keep on going. Conclusion/message You could go the distance You could run the mile You could walk straight through hell with a smile You could be the hero You could get the gold Breaking all the records they thought could never be broke Do it for your people Do it for your pride Never gonna know if you never even try Do it for your country Do it for your name Cause there's gonna be a day When you're... pace/tempo standing in the hall of fame and the world is going to know your name you burn with the brightest flame and the world is going to know you name reframe verse 1 musical elements Be a champion Be a champion Be a champion Be a champion On the walls of the hall of fame Be students Be teachers Be politicians Be preachers Be believers Be leaders Be astronauts Be champions Be true seekers Be students Be teachers Be politicians Be preachers Be believers Be leaders Be astronauts Be champions language features Yeah, you could be the greatest You can be the best You can be the king Kong banging on your chest You could beat the world You could beat the war You could talk to God, go banging on his door You can throw your hands up You can beat the clock You can move a mountain You can break rocks You can be a master Don't wait for luck Dedicate yourself and you can find yourself
Transcript: My Hall of Fame Project He is the person today that we have on our nickle and two dollar bill. He is the same person that we have a memorial of in Washington D.C. His likeness was sculpted into Mount Rushmore. and his name is Thomas Jefferson Thomas Jefferson By Maggie Miksch Thomas Jefferson was the main author and wrote most of the Declaration of Independence. Thomas Jefferson sent forces against the Barbary Pirates in his first term. Jefferson purchased the Louisiana Purchase from France. Thomas Jefferson commissioned the Lewis and Clark Expedition in 1803. Jefferson is a founding father of the American Education System. He believed everyone needed a good education in order to be a good citizen. Thomas Jefferson was a slave owner, but did not belive in slavery. The words he wrote in the Declaration of Independence would make it possible to end slavery during President Lincoln's presidency. Jefferson was proud of writing the Virgina Statute for Religious Freedom. This means that people can choose whatever religion they want without the government punishing them or forcing them to be a certian religion. Thomas Jefferson and the fourth of July
Transcript: Positive Our Path Formed in 2001 Released in July 2012 The Script Irish Piano Rockband Why we chose the song What we think of the song VIP following dreams never give up be yourself accomplish dreams Everyone needs to work hard Hall of Fame what is the song about
Transcript: Hall of Fame The End. He helped prevent foreign recognition of the Confederacy and obtained settlement in the Trent Affair. Theodore Roosevelt by: Jon S, Cole S & Alan Joseph Pulitzer He was best known for his essay, "The Significance of the Frontier in American History;" whose ideas turned into the Turner's frontier thesis - the notion that the development of the American frontier helped to shape the character of the American people and also the nature of its institutions. American interests in Hawaii began to consider annexation for Hawaii to re-establish an economic competitive position for sugar. - Queen Liliuokalani sought to empower herself and Hawaiians through a new constitution which she herself had drawn up and now desired to promulgate as the new law of the land William Randolph Hearst John Hay William Howard Taft George Dewey Queen Liliuokalani He pushed to set aside certain U.S land for the national parks for the future generation to enjoy them - so they wouldn't be destroyed and developed. One of Taft's key policies was known as Dollar Diplomacy -- idea that America would use the military and diplomacy to help promote U.S. business interests overseas. William Seward He created the Federal Reserve to regulate the U.S currency, lowered working days to 8 hours, made child labor laws, regulated trusts and balanced the economy, while bringing it out on the world stage. Frederick Jackson Turner Woodrow Wilson The Spanish American War unified Americans in a common cause, promoted internationalism, and allowing the U.S. to become a competitive world power. Spanish American War He built up the nation's largest newspaper chain, and whose methods profoundly influenced American journalism. He made contributions by forging an "Open Door Policy" with China, advancing American interests during the Boxers Rebellion & negotiating the Hay Pauncefote Treaty. He found the newspaper, "New York World" in 1883.
Transcript: Medicine: I chose Elijah McCoy because I admire him for starting at the bottom of his career and working his way to the top. I also admire the fact that he found a way to be recognizable in a society where African-Americans were not acknowledged. Elijah McCoy invented an revolutionary way of lubricating steam engines without having to shut them down. He eventually was recognized for having a total of fifty-seven patents. He opened his own company in 1920 called Elijah McCoy Manufacturing Company. Scientist: George W. Carver is famous for inventing hundreds of products that we still eat to this day. Joesphine Baker Jackie Robinson is the first African-American man to play Major League baseball. Short Term Effects: The rights of African-Americans and other minority groups were addressed a little more than usual due to the fact that someone was in office advocating for them. Long Term Effects: He opened the door for other African-Americans to hold a position in Congress. Aaron Douglas was one of the many African-Americans associated with the Harlem Renassiance. James Baldwin I chose Joesphine Baker because I admire her strength and her talent. I also chose her due to the fact that I have seen a movie based on her life. Short Term Effects: His paintings depicted the realities of the black struggle for political and creative freedom. Long Term Effects: Added to the overall message of the Harlem Renassiance. I chose Charles R. Drew due to the fact that he is the main reason why blood banks exist and blood plasmas can be preserved long-term. I also chose him due to the fact that when people wanted to separate blood donated from whites from blacks he resigned his postion as Director at Presbyterian Hospital because he did not agree with it. Short Term Effects: Saved an enormous amount of time and effort in transportation and in industrial production. Long Term Effects: His inventions laid the foundation for steam engines that would not take any time nor effort to manufacturer. Short Term Effects: He created organizations that educated African-Americans. Long Term Effects: Education became the doorway to greater opportunities for African-Americans. James Baldwin was a African-American author that wrote about the struggle of being an African-American in America. Politics: http://www.lkwdpl.org/wihohio/bake-jos.htm Short Term Effects: It was the beginning of authors using their work to improve and speak out against racial inequality. Long Term Effects: James Baldwin novels were apart of the many writing work that opened the public's eyes about the mistreatment of African-Americans. Jackie Robinson I chose Jackie Robinson because he is the only African-American athlete that is well-known. He is also the reason why most African-Americans are even allowed to play in the Major Leagues. I chose Blanche Kelso Bruce because he never changed his beliefs when he got in office. He still fought for African-American rights as well as other miniority groups. His beliefs never conformed to those who believed what the "majority" wanted society to be. Short Term Effects: She was able to bring people of all races together through her music. Long Term Effects: She laid the way for other entertainers to use their music to reach people of all races in different situations. Leadership: Blanche Kelso Bruce Poetry: I chose James Baldwin because his novels are insightful and very inspirational. His novels were the only evidence of how African-Americans lived. Booker T. Washington dedicated his life to education who founded the Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute in Tuskegee, Alabama (1881), and the National Negro Business League (1900). Elijah McCoy I chose Martin Luther King Jr. in honor of his holiday January 16. I also chose him because despite all the opposition that was thrown his was, Martin Luther King never gave up in his fight. George W. Carver I chose Booker T. Washington because of the fact that his inspiration in life was education and he used that as tool to solve inequality. Martin L. King Jr. http://www.biography.com/people/aaron-douglas-39794 Music: Sports: Charles R. Drew Hall of Fame -African-American Studies Shakira Jones Short Term Effects: People who needed blood or plasma had a better chance at life due to Drew's idea. Long Term Effects: His idea revolutionized the medical profession and saved many lives. I chose George W. Carver due to the fact that he is responsible for many of the food products we enjoy to this day. I also chose George W. Carver because I am a HUGE fan of peanut butter. Charles R. Drew was a medical doctor/surgeon who created the idea of a blood bank and a system to preserve blood plasma long-term. Booker T. Washington Engineering: Short Term Effects: Led the Dodgers to six World Series. He also opened the publics' eyes to African-American's playing baseball with Caucasians. Long Term Effects: He opened the door for other African-Americans to play in professional sports with Caucasians. Martin
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