Mr. Phillips' class Blog

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LA 10 11/27/12

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Today we read some background information about the Great Depression and took reporters notes. We also split into three groups and read some primary documents from the era, taking reporters notes over those as well. If you were absent you’ll need to get the readings from me when you return and complete the reporters notes in your journal for the first journal check.

I will be absent tomorrow, so we will begin with SSR and then move on to a background article about Jim Crow laws, which you will have questions over.

Edit: Jim Crow law reading packet questions- answer in your journal:

  • Provide a one paragraph summary of the article.
  • Where were most of these laws in place?
  • Which law shocked or offended you the most? Why?
  • Do you think that any laws like these exist today? If so how? What groups are targeted?

Thanks to Jessie for pointing out that I left these off of this post.


Written by CRWashPhillips

November 27, 2012 at 5:16 pm

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  1. You did not leave the questions that you had on here…..I thought I would just say that because other people had more questions that were suppose to be answered.

    jessie sprinkles

    December 3, 2012 at 3:10 pm

    • The questions for the Great Depression were just taking reporters notes. The other questions were from the Jim Crow laws reading that we did on 11/28. If I didn’t post those there I will do that shortly. Thanks for letting me know.


      December 4, 2012 at 8:45 am

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