Class Agenda #24A – Chapter III’s Case for Reparations

Opener – But if the practicalities, not the justice, of reparations are the true sticking point, there has for some time been the beginnings of a solution.?” – What do you think the quote means OR what’s one Vocabulary word from the Prompt

  • Laptops- Seats- Class Agenda- Notebook- Review Your Cue From Yesterday
  • Regular Groups –  #98 “Love and Happiness,” Al Green

Discussion I- What does the author mean with the line- “But if the practicalities, not the justice, of reparations are the true sticking point, there has for some time been the beginnings of a solution.?”

In your notebook- 2 Minutes- Underneath this Quote in your Cornell Notes- write down what you think this line means?

In your pairs or tirades Discuss:

  • Discuss the meaning. – Start by sharing what you wrote if you’re stuck.
  • What are 2 notes from Chapter III so far that support your answer?

Discussion II- What does the author mean when he writes-“To proudly claim the veteran and disown the slaveholder is patriotism à la carte.”?

In your notebook- 2 Minutes- Underneath this Quote in your Cornell Notes- write down what you think this line means?

In your pairs or tirades Discuss:

  • Discuss the meaning. – Start by sharing what you wrote if you’re stuck.
  • What are 2 notes from Chapter III so far that support your answer?

Finish Chapter III-

Now that we’ve finished Chapter III,  work with your partners to:

  1. Organize your Cue Column
  2. Summarize Chapter III (Who-What-Where-When-Why-How)

Share Summaries-

  •  Closing Circle – Based on today- Can you make a case for reparations?.

Homework- Practice note taking by reading articles from the #validus. Work on Cornell Notes in your notebook.

NEW- Add the Summary at the end of your notes.

Bonus for the Brave- Summarize your article in the Comments section.

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4 thoughts on “Class Agenda #24A – Chapter III’s Case for Reparations

  1. Kaylie Morales

    Title : Nurse Being Treated Nurse Being Treated For Ebola Impressed With Health Workers’ New Gear

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  2. Rosalva Rivera

    Title: “Jameis Winston and the NCAA’S Golden Cage of Privilege”
    Summary- There are instances in which famous people or athletes are involved in major rumors. In the article “Jameis Winston and the NCAA’S Golden Cage of Privilege” mentions that Jameis Winston autographs had been certified through James Spence Authentication website. He signed items en masse, great amounts for a memorabilia dealer. In addition, the article mentions that he was once accused for violating the federal law over its non-handling of rape allegations. Winston indicates that he lives in a golden cage of privilege that contracts and expands per needs of those exploiting his labor. The article described the definition of having a gold cage of privilege, having a huge amount of money is a privilege but at the same time it is a like being in a cage, captured by rumors.

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  3. Machiami Kamara

    Article: Which Iconic Horror-Movie Villain Is the Deadliest?

    Summary: Horror Movies have been with the cinema since videotapes were established. But to make them frightful, the villians must play their part. From Chucky, the doll that kills, to Jason, each villain became deadlier in every movie. There are many other Horror-Movie villains out there that we don’t know of. Each of these villains role has to do with murders or killings. Some like Jason Voorhees, Michael Myers and Leatherface all have masks to hide their true identity. Not only do they got society still talking about them, but they got us watching them—on the screen.

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  4. Emmanuel Candelario

    Title: Jamies WInston

    SUmmary: Winston was accused for alleged rapist while in college. Winston attended Florida State University and lasted 13 days before the police accused him with his crime. Jameis Winston is a 20 year old football player and he is already accused for a big crime. I believe that he messed up his whole life by committing rape but for every crime there has to be a punishment. Thats probably the end for his college athletic career and he would not be seen as the same person.

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