3e Living Together. Strange Fruit - Analysis. Wednesday 26 january 2011 3 26 /01 /Jan /2011 14:33 - Posted in: 2010-2011 - Tale L Hey, today after warming up about your favorite types of music, we began to study the song Strange Fruit by Billie Holiday.
Here is what we said about it: The singer conveys a lot of emotions through her song, thanks to the melody, her voice, her attitude and her lyrics. HW: finish finding the words that are in contrast in the lyrics and get ready to talk about the song + Learn your new vocabular (a test in on the way...) Negro-spirituals - Site Jimdo de histoiredesarts! La musique et le combat pour la liberté.
Ségrégation aux USA: éval n°1 - Contrôle 3ème Anglais. Contrôle de Anglais de 3ème : voir les chapitres associéset les documents liés.
De la case de l'Oncle Tom à l'élection d'Obama, la longue route vers la liberté. The Jim Crow Laws, segregation in the USA - Contrôle 3ème Anglais. Contrôle de Anglais de 3ème : voir les chapitres associés.
Mots clefs : contrôle , 3ème , anglais , segregation , crow , laws , african , american , civil , rights , used , would , interdication , obligation Présentation Open office pour commencer une séquence sur la ségrégation aux USA. Objectifs grammaticaux: Passé révolu (used to, would), interdication dans le passé ( couldn't...) obligation dans le passé ( had to...) Remerciements Ils ont dit "Merci ! " Chapitres du programme Ce document a été en partie converti grâce au service proposé par Online Convert. 'Twelve Years a Slave,' and 'An Escape That Has Long Intrigued Historians' - NYTimes.com. Photo Last month we introduced our new Text to Text series, which matches Times content with excerpts from often-taught literary, cultural, historical or scientific material.
Read more about the format, and consider submitting an idea. This past weekend the film “12 Years a Slave,” based on the 1853 slave narrative of the same name, opened in theaters, and so we chose to pair an excerpt from the original text by Solomon Northup with a recent Times article that discusses Mr. Site indisponible. Pause image : Strange Fruit, Billie Holiday. Enjoy Your English. The Daudet Academy » 3e Anglais LV1. » I Have a Dream « , Martin Luther King « I HAVE A DREAM », Martin Luther King I say to you today, my friends, so even though we face the difficulties of today and tomorrow, I still have a dream.
It is a dream deeply rooted in the American dream. I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live […] Posté: 2 décembre 2008 sous 3e Anglais LV1, 3e Bilangue, 3e3, Unit 3: Afro-American History, Unit 3: From Slavery to Power, Unit 3: From Slavery to Presidency.Commentaires: none « Strange Fruit », Billie Holiday « Strange Fruit », Billie Holiday Southern trees bear strange fruit Blood on the leaves Blood at the root Black bodies swinging in the southern breeze Strange fruit hanging from the poplar trees Pastoral scene of the gallant south The bulging eyes and the twisted mouth The scent of magnolia sweet and fresh Then the sudden smell […]
Langues.ac-dijon.fr/IMG/pdf/sequence_MLK_Obama.pdf. The Rise and Fall of Jim Crow. A Century of Segregation. "The Problem We All Live With" - The Truth about Rockwell's Painting. Billie Holiday's Song ''Strange Fruit'' (Lesson Plan. Estimated Time of Completion: 3 to 5 class periods with some additional time for students to complete group projects.
This lesson focuses on Billie Holiday's signature song, "Strange Fruit," a protest song Lewis Allen (Abel Meeropol) wrote in 1938 about the ongoing and intransigent problem of lynching in the American South. After asking students to assess the role music plays in their own lives, the lesson introduces some background information about lynching. The bulk of the lesson is document-based. Working in small teams, students analyze a variety of primary source materials related to lynching (news articles, letters written to or written by prominent Americans, pamphlets, broadsides, etc.) in order to assess the effectiveness of the anti-lynching campaign spearheaded by African-Americans. The information each team culls from the documents is then placed on a large class timeline.
Return to Top "A Terrible Blot on American Civilization" Broadside, 1922 from the Library of Congress. Ségrégation aux USA: éval n°1 - Contrôle 3ème Anglais. Black History Month. Www.michellehenry.fr/worksheet CE BD Mandelax.pdf. 6ème 4 - Freshmen - Jim Ricotti, the… - Lesson: how to… - Presenting people… - Nationalities and… - Countries,… - Spelling bee (the… - Spelling Bee! - Class rules - Dos… - Classroom English… - Classroom English - Akeelah and the Bee… - Akeelah and the Bee. Wednesday 24 october 2012 3 24 /10 /Oct /2012 15:26 - Posted in: 6ème 4 - Freshmen Hi guys, today we continued talking about Jim Ricotti and you had to act out the scene between the customs officer and Jim Ricotti (and his secretary, Flo Rando).
You can learn your lesson here (although we didn't have time to write it in the copybooks): Customs officer (C.O.): "Excuse me sir, may I see your passport please? Jim Ricotti (J.R.): "No, Ricotti. C.O.: "Where are you from Mister Ricotti? " J.R: "I'm from New York City. " C.O.: "You are a businessman, aren't you? " De la case de l'Oncle Tom à l'élection d'Obama, la longue route vers la liberté. Black History - USA Civilization - Activities to print - Interactive activities - Cartoons - Cinema - Encyclopedia - Games to print - Interactive games - History - Inventors - Lesson plans - Webquests - Audio - Literature - Photos - Posters - Songs - Vide.
Civil_rights. Black history in the US. Page mise à jour le 4 février 2013 From MLK to ObamaUne séquence complète niveau 3ème proposée par Catherine Court-Maurice (Collège Le Chapitre) Télécharger la séquence.
Black history in Europe, a short story. *African (Black) history in Europe from 1400 is briefly recalled on this dates Registry.
To address the story of black people in Europe, certainly addresses the history of slavery and the history of European colonialism. The relationship between the two continents began with mutual respect and curiosity. For the last 600 years Africans, African-Americans, African-Europeans, Europeans, and European-Americans are still paying for the results. The history begins, as so much in the modern world, with the business expansion of European culture.
While Europeans had always known about Africa, they hadn't known much. The modern history of Europe and Africa is overwhelmingly saturated with Europeans forcibly deporting Africans into European states. The two hemispheres were headed for a collision. The only period of time in which slavery has not been a major part of the human experience is within the last two hundred years. This would be the case throughout the sixteenth century. Lee Daniel’s The Butler : Learn English Through Movies. Collège Mont-Miroir / 25120 Maîche - Anglais 3ème 2 et 3ème 3 : Thème 1 séquence 2- Segregation in the USA. Black History Month — History.com Articles, Video, Pictures and Facts. Slavery. Ms Kiciak, Mrs Guillaume et Lehnhard To find the answers, go here: A - A World of Slavery 1- How could you become a slave?
Introduction - The Help Webquest. Negro-spirituals - Site Jimdo de histoiredesarts! EnglishTux - 3EME - Civilisation - Martin Luther king and segregation. US civilization. STEP 4 Free at last! Collège Mont-Miroir / 25120 Maîche - Anglais 3ème 2 et 3ème 3 : Thème 1 séquence 2- Segregation in the USA. History - British History in depth: Gunpowder Plot Game. E. Group 3: Jim Crow Laws - To Kill A Mockingbird Webquest. Group 2, Your job is to become an expert about the history of Jim Crow laws. Please read the link below. When you are finished, answer the questions provided to you. Be sure to read carefully because you will be teaching your classmates everything you know about Jim Crow Laws.
Questions: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Black history in the US. Mrbe9 - To Kill a Mockingbird Background. Langues.ac-dijon.fr/IMG/pdf/sequence_MLK_Obama.pdf. The Jim Crow Laws: A WebQuest about Segregation: Process. Emancipation ended slavery, but not it's legacy. The Jim Crow Laws were laws established to promote racial segregation, especially after reconstruction, when the federal government stopped promoting civil rights in the south in 1877. The Jim Crow laws came to personify a system of government-sactioned racial oppression and segregation in the United States. Below are a variety of websites which you and another student will use to create a journal and corresponding timeline.
Remember you have now traveled back in time, and are living these horrible racial inequalities yourselves. Use the information you have found on your internet search to be creatve and give your character real life qualities. Be sure to include graphic images with your timeline, and real life events to back up your journal entries. You and your partner are now to utilize the information you have found on the internet, to compose a journal and create a corresponding timeline. Billie-holiday-s-biography.jpg (1881×1477)