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

Opener – Would you rather be considered practical or just?

  • Laptops- Seats- Class Agenda- Notebook- Review Your Cue From Yesterday
  • Write- Journal- Support your answer to the opening prompt with a mix of Context and Anecdote.
  • Regular Groups –  #32 “Sympathy For The Devil” -Rolling Stones (1968)

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.

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

  1. Emmanuel Candelario

    Tittle: New smart street corner

    Summary: A university in Chicago is starting a new experiment in the street to realize the new improvements that they need to make to traffic lights or to the items in the streets. The machine that will be posted in the corner of the street will have 1.000 sensors that can be attract all the moves and collect data to see what is disappointing the people. The machine will work with the people’s phone. It will collect all the information with Bluetooth and it will be able to detect where in that corner do most people stand and spend the most time in. This is a great idea and I believe it will be totally successful.

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  2. Machiami Kamara

    Article: The Rolling Stones, ‘Sympathy For The Devil
    Summary: The Rolling Stones had been all over old people’s playlists. The belief that they still are is very distant. However, the days in which they presented their first song, they were known in an instant. It isn’t surprising when you hear the band’s name. As they proceed to get their next hit out, they came up with, “Sympathy For The Devil”. The inspiration for this “hellish detour” came from Soviet writer, Mikhail Bulgakov’s novel, “The Master and Margarita”. This novel shows the depiction of Satan having his way in 1930’s Moscow. Not only did coming up with the song was a challenge, but the song itself became one of their best grooves.

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  3. Rosalva Rivera

    Title: “Which Iconic Horror-Movie Villain Is The Deadliest?”
    Summary- There are many types of movie genres. Each individual has their own likes and favorites. One of the popular movie genres is horror, which are usually terrifying and scary. On October 22, 2014, the article “Which Horror-Movie Villain is Deadliest?” written by author Kenny Herzog provided readers with a list of different characters from horror movies and provides the genre’s most storied and imaginative villains. It is indicated that Jason Voorhees, from the movie called Friday the 13th is the deadliest villain. The most brutal murder done by Jason Voorhees was trapping a teenager inside her sleeping bag and then smashing that sleeping bag against a tree., repeatedly. Although each villain in each movie committed a murder the most deadliest villain is known as Jason Voorhees. Each horror movie is designed to frightened and panic and also cause dread and alarm.

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  4. Elibett Jimenez

    Title:The Rolling Stones,Sympathy for the Devil
    Summary- This is Music that come from log time ago, the inspiration for this hellish detour came from Soviet writer Mikhail Bulgakov’s. This songs are in old people playlist. As soon they presented their first song, they were known in an instant.

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