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TKAM Prezi 2016

Photographs that inform student understanding of To Kill a Mockingbird
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paula neubert

on 7 November 2016

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Transcript of TKAM Prezi 2016

Portraits of the 1930's
The Novel
Race Relations
The Dustbowl
Poverty
Choose four pictures from any category and complete a constructed response paragraph (10 sentences minimum) on each picture.

In the first part of your paragraph
describe the picture using specific details.
In the second part of your paragraph
provide your reaction to the picture (thoughts and feelings).
The dustbowl was caused by extremely arid soil after an unprecedented lack of precipitation.
The combination of the stock market crash and the dustbowl caused extreme poverty, especially among the working class.
During the 1930's African Americans and Caucasians were kept apart through Jim Crow Laws which maintained separate facilities for blacks and whites. Racism was rampant and few laws existed to protect black people from discrimination, harassment, and outright abuse.
Harper Lee based her novel on her own experiences as a female child in the south. The fictionalized town of Maycomb is a nearly exact copy of her own hometown, Monroeville, Alabama. Dill is based on her childhood friend, author Truman Capote.
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